SINGAPORE, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Singapore's football clubs
ended the 2010 season without any silverware from the nation's
three major domestic competitions after Thailand's Bangkok
Glass won the Singapore Cup.
Bangkok's 1-0 win over Tampines Rovers on Sunday night
completed a foreign sweep of the city-state after French side
Etoile FC had earlier won the S-League title and League Cup.
Tampines lost out on the league title by a point last week
and coach Vorawan Chitavanich rued the failure of local clubs
to prevent a foreign sweep of the silverware.
"The clubs try our best but maybe we cannot get good
foreign players to help the team because we don't have the
budget," he told local media.
"I've heard that the budgets will
be cut again next year, so I don't know how the S-League can
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