singapore sports hub pitch fiasco: the untold story

by:Marslite     2019-09-11
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Update: five o\'clock P. M. on Monday, January 26]
Yahoo added details of Gilin\'s role from the Sports Center statement. [
Update: Sat December 6 afternoon 145]
Greg Gillin, director of the sports center, confirmed to today\'s newspaper that he \"resigned 10 weeks ago and is serving six months \".
Has been in Australia for a year.
After the holiday, Gillin will leave the sports center Private Limited (SHPL)in March.
He declined to give reasons for his resignation.
A shpl spokesman declined to disclose the status of employees within the company. [
Update: Six o\'clock P. M. on Friday, December 5]
According to the Singapore tabloid, the new newspaper, senior director of the sports center Greg Jinlin submitted his resignation 18 months after he joined the company.
Australians are hired to oversee the stadium installation at the new National Stadium.
But within three months of joining SHPL in April 2013, Gillin was hired as a field consultant for the Indian Super League (ISL)
Yahoo writer Michael Ang wrote below.
Australians quickly became frequent visitors to India and visited 10 sports centres, eight of which were eventually selected as ISL Stadium.
In October alone, Gillin had \"approximately 120 visits to eight venues\" to ensure that they met international standards.
The Singapore National Stadium has been under strict scrutiny since its launch this year. ----Michael Y. P.
Free journalists in Singapore.
He has worked for a few years at the former Sports Council in Singapore to cover local and international sports for the NewsAsia channel.
Like his Facebook page Michael Ang Sports, comment on Sports issues that Singaporeans care about.
Comments by Michael YP.
What happened to Singapore football, on the sidelines, the last few days were more interesting than the most intense gamesLeague match.
Few people expect another football to flip
Turn the card, just last Saturday\'s S-
League announcement on the recently launched age reversal-
Discriminatory policies.
But today\'s newspaper, the newspaper of November 26
According to sports news Co. , Ltd. , \"the National Stadium turns to the artificial lawn \"(SHPL)
Singapore sports center management company is about to restart
Lay Singapore\'s most famous football field with artificial lawns.
The newspaper found itself making a U-
Turn after 24 hours (
The link to its original story has also been deleted)
, Corrected in its sound section, announcing its manual
The lawn report is wrong or at least immature.
Due to the hard work of the stadium ground staff, the Karan lawn is now a little less sand than Brazil
Japan played last month, but SHPL has not completely solved the stadium problem.
According to a spokesman, the artificial lawn is one of the different options being considered and the discussion is still in progress.
But after years of planning and construction and billions of dollars in projects, the outstanding questions remain, why?
The Straits Times report of November 27 shows that SHPL will bear the cost of providing the ideal Stadium, but who will pay $1.
In order to improve the quality of the problematic site, 5 million was spent on new lighting equipment?
Under the public
The Singapore government\'s private partnership with SHPL, Singapore taxpayers are paying for the construction and operating costs of the sports center.
Will the taxpayer\'s money be required to pay to correct the problem that SHPL should prevent from the beginning?
Secondly, why did shpl ceo Philip Colin delavo\'s COO Jin Teik apologize to the media last month?
Isn\'t that fair for the former Singapore Olympic swimmer? He joined SHPL only a month before he reopened in June.
For the Frenchman, who has been at the helm since 2010, it would be more appropriate to make public appearances during the crisis.
Third, why is stadia Greg Gillin, senior head of SHPL, working on an important overseas project in the last few months of the construction of the sports center?
Within three months of joining SHPL in April 2013, Gillin was hired as a field consultant for the Indian Super League (ISL).
Australians quickly became frequent visitors to India and visited 10 sports centres, eight of which were eventually selected as ISL Stadium.
In October alone, Gillin had \"approximately 120 visits to eight venues\" to ensure that they met international standards.
To be fair, there is nothing wrong with doing external work.
But what is puzzling is that when he himself looks forward to the \"initial problem\" at the rebuilt National Stadium, Gillin is moving away from Singapore.
According to The Straits Times reported on October 14, \"the sports center has sent overseas consultants like Alex Garbea. . .
The best stadium in Brazil recently \".
Is it logical that the head of the sports center\'s own stadium is consulting overseas, and the sports center is forced to hire foreign consultants to solve its own stadium problems?
While public perception of the matter is currently not good for SHPL, one should not rule out the possibility that sometimes things are not as likely as they seem.
Is there a situation where SHPL is difficult to control?
Is not one employee solely responsible?
Still, this fiasco is unlikely if Singapore sports is chosen to run the national stadium.
After all, it has a remarkable record of 37 consecutive years running at Singapore\'s largest stadium.
In the end, the question should be: \"The public --
A private partnership like a sports center is the best way to build and operate a host of very important public sports facilities? \".
We should find the answer soon, because like it or not, we stick to the next quarter --century.
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