One day, science may be able to explain what this epic letter to the New Straits Times in Malaysia, actually means.
FOOTBALL: Problem may lie in the selection process
"SINGAPORE is reportedly facing a fast-aging population due to many of the country's young shunning marriage or opting to marry late. This, apparently, has led to a rise in gay culture in the city-state.
Latest reports also indicate that they are turning into an emotionless breed. A Gallup poll survey ranked Singapore as the most emotionless society in the world.
Yet, Malaysia had to go and lose to the Singapore football team not by one but three goals in the Group B opening match of the AFF Suzuki Cup at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on Sunday. Malaysian football has hit rock bottom.
It is extremely hard to fathom that we were once feared by the likes of South Korea and Japan.
Perhaps the problem is in the selection of players. We have an abundance of talent from a very fertile pool waiting to be tapped.
Yhto Nainif, Semenyih, Selangor
So the writer is saying that there is no reason why Malaysia cannot beat Singapore at football, since Singapore has a fast-aging, emotionless population that is shunning marriage or marrying late, and a growing gay culture?