Tay Peng Kee

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Tay Peng Kee
Personal information
Full name Tay Peng Kee
Date of birth (1961-06-28) 28 June 1961 (age 53)
Place of birth Singapore
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1989 Geylang International
1979-1989 Singapore Lions
National team
Singapore
Teams managed
1995 Tampines Rovers
2012 Tampines Rovers
2013 Tampines Rovers
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Tay Peng Kee is a Singaporean former football forward, and a current manager/coach.

Tsy played for Geylang International in Singapore, and also played for the Singapore Lions in the Malaysia Cup tournaments. Internationally, Tay played for Singapore and was in the Singapore's 1984 Asian Cup squad.

As a coach, Tay has coached Tampines Rovers in 1995, long before he becomes the team general manager in 2011. In 2012, Tay were also appointed as the Stags techical director, replacing Vorawan Chitavanich.[1] In this capacity, Tay had also returned as head coach twice; first in June 2012, replacing Steven Tan for the rest of the 2012 S.League season.[2] The second time was in the next 2013 S.League season, when Tay replaced Nenad Bacina in late May 2013 until the end of the season.[3] On both occasions, Tay guided the Stags to win the league.[4]

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