Quah Kim Song is a legendary Singaporean footballer. A household name in the 1970s, he played in the national team for nearly three decades, competing in games that occupy a special time and place in Singapore’s social history, when the young nation, in search of its goal and identity,roared its allegiance as a national football team played their hearts out, giving birth to the great Kallang Roar.
In this autobiography, Quah relates lively sketches of crucial games, teammates and competitors through colourful anecdotes, reflecting also on his childhood and family values that moulded him into the person he became.
AUTHOR: (as told to) Jacintha STEPHENS
228 mm x 154 mm
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