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Should Sundram sue TISG? Redditers discuss this website and the footballer

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This publication reported yesterday (17 May) that footballer V Sundramoorthy’s dream of being the national coach may be fulfilled – that after a one-month search for a new national coach, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has decided on offering the job to him. As it was a recent incident, our article also recalled that Sundram came out late last month to endorse his former classmate Murali Pillai for the by-election in Bukit Batok.
The article is here: https://theindependent.sg.sg/soon-after-his-friends-success-at-the-polls-sundram-lands-a-dream-job.
A Redditer started a discussion in the Forum saying that our article has insinuated that “Sundram is being appointed head coach of the Singapore national team as quid pro quo for endorsing Murali Pillai in the recent by-elections. As if a long and illustrious club career, national team career and over a decade of coaching experience BOTH at club and national level doesn’t already demonstrate his qualifications.”
The following is the most up-voted reply to the Redditer’s post.
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See the Reddit discussion here: http://bit.ly/1YCbuqc

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