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  27. ^ On 13 February 2018, Geylang International attempted to recruit foreign players online. The advertisement was swiftly removed once the public took notice of it.[33] Despite this, Geylang International currently boasts a crop of talented foreign players. Japanese central defender and fan favourite Yuki Ichikawa would be playing in his 7th season with Geylang International come the 2020 Singapore Premier League season. Yuki will be remembered for scoring the dramatic last minute winner against his former club Albirex Nigata in the first game of the Eagles 2019 season. Barry Maguire, also starred for The Eagles in the 2019 season, scoring a tremendous long range goal against the Young Lions, winning the 2019 Singapore Premier League Goal of the Year award. [34]

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