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With Singapore owner Peter Lim in place, and their first overseas office opened here at Great World City as well, La Liga's fastest-growing football club Valencia CF are walking the talk when they say they want to mean something to folk in the Lion City.
Indeed, Valencia's commercial and marketing director Peter Draper revealed yesterday Valencia, nicknamed Los Che, could play here next July, and to solidify their links in the country, they are open to help develop local football in terms of aiding coaches and helping groom young talent.
In an interview at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia yesterday, the 63-year-old Englishman told The New Paper: "Depending on the availability of the Sports Hub, I'm hoping we will be able to come here next year.
"We would love to and we are working on things, so hopefully you will see us playing a game here next year.
Read the full report in our print edition on July 29.
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