19 Jan '11, 11pm

Lions coach Raddy Avramovic lashed out at a report that said he offered to quit, and insisted he wasn't going anywhere

National coach Raddy Avramovic lashed out at a newspaper report that said he offered to quit after last month's failure at the Suzuki Cup. -- ST PHOTO: BRYAN VAN DER BEEK RUBBISHING a newspaper report that said he had offered to quit after last month's Suzuki Cup failure, national football coach Raddy Avramovic set the record straight yesterday. He is not going anywhere and has some unfinished business, which includes leading Singapore into the South-east Asia Games final in November, and qualifying for the next Asian Cup in 2015. 'I'm staying on. The media was unfair, that's the reason I stayed silent,' he said during a tense meeting with reporters at the Football Association of Singapore headquarters in Jalan Besar Stadium. He was speaking on the sidelines of a press conference attended by FAS president Zainudin Nordin and general secretary Winston Lee to talk about the ...

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