Steven Tan

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Tan.

Steven Tan Teng Chuan (born 28 December 1970) is a Singaporean former footballer primarily active in the 1990s, who played in the Singapore national football team as a striker.

He was best known for coming off the subs bench and scoring the all-important goals during the Malaysia Cup season, earning himself the nickname of the "Super-Steve". He was part of the squad which won the Malaysia Cup in the 1994 FAM League season.

On 6 January 2011 Tan was appointed as the head coach of Tampines Rovers FC for the 2011 S-League season replacing Vorawan Chitavanich who moved up to become the club technical director. Tan held this role until August 2012, where he was replaced by Tay Peng Kee after a series of poor results.[1]


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