“Tatsuma Yoshida” decided for leaving from head coach of Singapore national team. After can’t pass to final in AFF Suzuki Cup 2020. and return to home at Japan and be with his family during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The 47-year old Japanese coach was first appointed to the position head coach of Singapore national team in June 2019. and made a record of 19 games winning 6, drawing 4, losing 9 matches.
“Even though I will be returning to my family in Japan, I leave behind my second ‘family’ here with an extremely heavy heart. I have always trusted and had full confidence in these players, my boys, and I know they have the potential to be among the region’s best as long as they continue to believe in themselves.” Yoshida said farewell via FAS Website
More importantly, everyone in Singapore, from the government stakeholders, the media and most importantly, the fans, need to continue supporting the team wholeheartedly so that we can all see them progressing to the next level.”
“I hope to have laid the foundations for the kind of play and passion required in international football, and I am sure the Lions are capable of continuing this journey to see them go on to achieve even more successes. I will continue to support Singapore football from afar and it is my wish that it will only grow from strength to strength in the years to come.”