With Woodlands Wellington filling up a full 20-man squad for the club, the first of all local sides this season to use up their full complement of spots.
There were questions if it was a reflection of an improvement in the club’s finances.
Rams chairman Hussainar Abdul Aziz asserted that money was indeed
flowing into the club, although he gave no specific figures.
“If you compare the situation to three years ago, Woodlands were not in a good financial state three years ago,” he said.
the management here’s done is we have stabilised the club, and in
terms of financing, there will be no issues this year. We are in good
financial health, I can assure.
“We have expanded our
jackpot operations to bring in more money for the club, and takings
have increased tremendously in the past year. We are also actively
trying to find a main sponsor.
“The club’s looking at
all avenues now to increase the takings of the club and further improve
our financial health. Merchandising is one thing we’re looking at, but
the reality in Singapore is that you can’t sell too much that way, and
we’re hoping our fans will support and help the club.”
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