Colette Wong is one of the anchor presenters for FOX Sports’ popular flagship programme, FOX Sports Central, which brings the latest from the world of sports to viewers across Asia. Born and bred in Singapore, Colette was already a familiar face on television before joining the FOX Sports team. Wong brings a wealth of experience to our ensemble of world-class presenters. Her vibrant on-screen personality, professionalism and versatility have made her a favourite among fans. Outside of work, she treasures time with family greatly and tries to spend as much time as possible with her two children, a nine year-old boy and an eleven year-old girl.
Steve Dawson is a presenter with FOX Sports and has been involved in sports journalism since 1988 when he first reported for a weekly fight magazine called “Boxing News”. With a vast amount of experience and an undying passion for all sports, Dawson brings the latest from the world of sports to viewers all over Asia. Steve is a long-time Liverpool FC, combat sports and baseball fanatic. Born in South-East London, he studied Economics and Public Administration at the University of London before spending 11 long years as a tax accountant. He knew that this wasn’t his calling and with an academic for a father, a career in sports never struck him as an option. Dawson confesses that everything in his life revolves around sports; including his holidays, his friends and of course, his job. Steve moved from London to Singapore in 1994, is married, and has two adult daughters.
Jason de la Peña brings with him a vast expanse of sports knowledge, qualified journalism experience and the unique perspective of having been a professional sportsman for 12 years. Jason takes you to the forefront of all things sports. He also boasts being one of the presenters for FOX Sports’ prestigious flagship programme, FOX Sports Central, which provides the latest from the world of sports for viewers across Asia. He has an enviable journalism pedigree from broadcasting stints in Moscow, Paris, Johannesburg, London and now Singapore. Jason is multi-lingual and enjoys all types of sport and physical fitness activities. He is a movie lover and a die-hard Tottenham Hotspur fan! Jason is married and has three young children.
One of Asia’s most popular television personalities, Paula Malai Ali’s invaluable experience and passion for working in television has made her a key addition to FOX Sports’ strong ensemble of presenters, adding a touch of glamour and charm to the channel with a spunky attitude and vibrant outlook on sports. Paula is a mainstay on FOX Sports’ coverage of the Formula One pre and post-race show, Race Day and Chequered Flag, plus much more! Paula is a hot favourite in the entertainment industry in Malaysia as well as across the region. The high-profile presenter is also the face of many international brands. Paula’s interests include playing tennis, travelling and spending time with her family – including her 5 year old son, Zane.
Nikki began presenting for FOX Sports during the FIFA World Cup in 2014. She’s since covered F1 and MotoGP races, reported pitchside at the Suzuki Cup, been on the ground at the WTA Finals and especially enjoys covering the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament, The Championships, Wimbledon. She’s been presenting since she was only 15 years old when she joined MTV ASIA. These days, you can catch her on NatGeoPeople’s The Food Files. Nikki was nominated in the “Best Entertainment Presenter” category at the Asian Television Awards in 2005, 2014 and 2015. In her spare time, she enjoys working on stage in various theater productions. Her performances include projects with Dick Lee, Michael Chiang, as well as Tracie and Adrian Pang of Pangedemonium.
Yvette has established herself as a memorable face on the FOX Sports Network. Yvette has proven her versatility as a host, presenting various programmes including quirky Football Crazy, motorsports mainstay 2Wheels, and the flagship show FOX Sports Central. Since coming on board in 2013, Yvette has brought over ten years of media experience to the FOX Sports family. Hailing from Sydney, being of half-Korean decent always drew her to pursuing her career in Asia. After completing her media degree from the University of Sydney and gaining her early experience in her home country, Yvette set her sights on Singapore and never looked back! On the sporting front, her interest in the beautiful game began when she was 7 years old, actively playing until university. Outside of the studio, her passions include travel, photography and writing.
As a locally established personality, Charmaine Yee’s versatility and experience spans across radio, television and live events. 6 years ago, Charmaine entered into the media world and has never looked back since! Her vivacious personality is also heard daily on the popular English radio channel KISS92 FM in Singapore, where she focuses on lifestyle, wellness and sporting news and she subsequently hosts a number of events in Singapore. When Charmaine isn’t behind the microphone – she can be found running, playing golf, tennis and dreaming of her next vacation to get some sun, sand, and sea!
Edward Russell can be found on FOX Sports reporting LIVE from various major sporting events across the globe, covering Grand Slam tennis tournaments, Formula 1 Grand Prix races and Football Championships. He also hosts both Friday Night Football and the new MotoGP show. Born and raised in London, Edward graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce, a Bachelor of Arts and a Postgraduate English Degree with First Class Honours. He has extensive experience both in journalism and TV presenting. In his spare time, he continues to take on various hosting and brand ambassadorial engagements, as well as write for a number of different publications. Despite a hectic schedule, Edward makes sure he always reserves enough time for the other two main passions in his life: cooking and Arsenal Football Club.
Dan Ogunshakin is both a reporter and assistant producer for FOX Sports and has had his eyes firmly fixed on a career in the sporting media since first submitting a match report at the age of 14. Dan helps bring sport to life for viewers across Asia with a presence on the ground, reporting LIVE from events as and when they happen. Born in London, but raised in Yorkshire, he studied Sport and Sociology at Sheffield Hallam University before becoming a dive instructor and working in locations such as Thailand, Borneo and Australia. During his time down under, a chance encounter with a sports reporter outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground persuaded Dan that his future lay in sports broadcasting. He made the move to Singapore from Thailand at the beginning of 2012 to pursue his dreams of making it in the industry. As a life-long Liverpool fan, England national team sufferer and all-round sport nut, Dan has followed his passion to the ends of the earth and back again and has no plans to stop anytime soon!
Shehzad Haque has been working in the sports media world since 2001, starting off as a production assistant and working his way up. As one of the few Singapore-born sports broadcasters, he is well known on the local circuit. Shehzad has also been a football pundit and is still a regular commentator, having had the pleasure of working at the 2016 Rio Olympics and 2015 ASEAN Paralympics. With FOX Sports, Shehzad can be seen on on shows like Central, FOX Sports FC and Friday Night Football. You’ll also find him commentating on various football tournaments as well as making appearances on AFC and Bundesliga shows on the network. A former Singapore international indoor and outdoor cricketer, Shehzad has a BA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Kent and a MSc in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics (LSE). He is married with two kids.
Alex Yoong keeps busy as a pundit for FOX Sports and a professional racer. His racing career started back in 1992 when he was just 15 years old. He has since gone on to be part of a cross-continental whirlwind racing adventure spanning a 25-year career – gracing podiums with his wins from domestic racing in Malaysia to Europe and the rest of the world. You can catch him as a regular pundit and commentator on FOX Sports’ coverage of the Formula One World Championship. In his world away from racing, Yoong has an 12-year-old son, Alister, and a big passion for reading – even revealing that in an ideal world, he would work as a librarian.
As a football analyst on FOX Sports, John brings with him a professional playing career spanning two decades. Born in the Southwest of England, where he played for home town club Exeter City, John’s journey to Asia began after being scouted to play in the S.League in 2002, stints in both Thailand and India followed. As a Singapore international from 2007 to 2010, John scored the first ever goal by a Singapore Club in the Asian Champions League. He was a winner of four S.League championships and 2 Singapore Cup titles. In 2011, he became the first foreign captain in the history of the Thai Premier League and in 2013, became the first Singapore footballer to play in the I-League. Post retirement, John now leverages on his passion and expansive playing experience to become a football analyst and consultant. Well-versed in both Asian and European leagues he provides his expert, intelligent and unique opinion on the beautiful game. More importantly, John’s greatest responsibility is being daddy to his four young children.
PJ Roberts is a football analyst with FOX Sports and has covered the elite football leagues and events around the globe, including the BPL, Bundesliga, La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Europa League, AFC Asian Champions League, European Cup, Asian Cup, and the World Cup Finals. PJ was once a professional footballer, a career he began in Australia before playing in the USA on scholarship at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He captained Australia at the FIFA Futsal World Cup in Spain in 1996 before playing football at the highest level in Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore. He then retired due to an injury in 2003. Whilst playing professionally, PJ completed his Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Australia. He is also a published author. PJ’s passion for football also led him to establishing Coerver Coaching in Singapore in 2014, a youth football academy. PJ has called Singapore home since 2003.
Rhysh Roshan Rai is a former professional footballer who is now both a football pundit and AFC certified coach. Roshan was a midfielder in the Singapore League for Home United, Warriors FC, and Balestier Khalsa, and has played in both the AFC Champions League and AFC Cup. His professional experiences have seen him take on some of Asia’s best footballing sides such as Gamba Osaka, Suwon Bluewings, Muang Thong United, and Chonburi FC, as well as European teams such as AIK Stockholm. With a Degree in Mass Communication, Roshan entered the broadcast industry in 2013, and has shown his versatility in various roles including being an assistant producer, presenter, and commentator. His also has extensive experience working on competitions like the BPL, Bundesliga, La Liga, AFC Asian Cup, AFC Champions League, AFC Cup, and the AFF Suzuki Cup. On his days off, he enjoys watching movies and TV, and spending time with his family.
Shebby Singh made his television debut in 1997 after a fruitful and successful career as a football player. An eighteen year playing career, with nine as a Malaysian international. Shebby won everything there is to win in the domestic and international stage in South East Asia. A lifelong Spurs supporter, he polarizes opinions with his no nonsense analysis and insights into football. A self-described ‘student of the game’, Shebby has extensive experience of putting in place football structures and programmes for individuals and teams with the most recent building of the platform for the success of JDT in 2014 and 2015. As a football consultant, Shebby gives advice on football growth and expansion, from grassroots through to professional success.
Stanley Bernard is a football pundit and commentator with FOX Sports, having retired from club and international football in 2012. His breakthrough came when he was asked to commentate for the World Cup qualifier match between Malaysia vs. Bahrain, when he was excluded from the national team due to an injury. From that point onwards, while still playing professionally, Stanley was offered punditry and commentary assignments on a regular basis. He covers various leagues such as the BPL, Bundesliga, La Liga, AFC Champions League, AFC Cup and Malaysia Super League. He has command of both the English and Malay languages, adding to his versatility. Prior to his forced retirement from professional football, he played in the Malaysian Super League, Indonesian League and the Indian League. Stanley is still the only Malaysian to have played in the Indian League, for Sporting Club de Goa, winning the FA Cup. To Stanley – this is not a job, it’s a passion.
Matthew Marsh enjoyed a successful racing career that included being the first driver to represent Hong Kong in the Le Mans 24-hours and to score an FIA World Championship point in the World Touring Car Championship. In 2004 he won the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia series and took the chequered flag in supporting races at the F1 Grand Prix in Britain and China. As a broadcaster, Matthew has covered the Formula 1 World Championship since 1994. Matthew resides in Hong Kong with his wife Jessie, daughter Megan – and their Lakeland Terrier dog, Mui Mui.
Anne Keothavong is a former professional tennis player who reached a career high of 48 in the world, and was also the British number 1 for many years. She retired in 2013 and now works for BT Sport, BBC, Live@wimbledon and FOX Sports as a tennis analyst, commentator and pundit. Anne resides in London, is married and has a young daughter.
Su-Ann Heng is one of FOX Sports’ golf pundits for our major golf properties. She is a native of Singapore and graduate of Singapore Institute of Management with a Double Major Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Management. Su-Ann has been playing golf since the age of 9 and spent many years as part of the Singapore National Team. At age 14, she relocated to Australia on her own to further improve her game and compete in the Australian junior circuit. Thereafter, she was offered a scholarship in Florida and spent her freshmen year there. After turning pro in 2011, she spent several seasons playing professionally on mini tours in the United States and Australian Tour for the last 5 years. Su-Ann is currently a professional golf instructor and a host/emcee. She is a health and fitness fanatic, loves playing any sport and being outdoors. She is a massive New England Patriots fan, the NFL, tennis, golf and many other sports.
A regular Grand Slam pundit on FOX Sports, Marion Bartoli is a French former professional tennis player. Bartoli was introduced to tennis at an early age of 6 years old and is most known for winning the 2013 Wimbledon Championships singles title, after previously being runner-up in 2007. Bartoli was also a semi-finalist during the 2011 French Open. She has as well won eight WTA singles titles and three doubles titles. Shortly after her win at Wimbledon in 2013, she announced her immediate retirement from professional tennis. Bartoli now resides in Geneva and when the time prevails, she enjoys jet skiing, volleyball and basketball.
As a retired professional tennis player from Thailand, Paradorn was the first men’s singles player from Asia to be ranked in the top 10 of the ATP rankings, where he reached a career high of world no. 9 in May of 2003. This Grand Slam pundit on FOX Sports started playing at the age of six and went professional in 1997. Srichaphan has since turned pro in golf on the local tour in Thailand. He currently resides in Bangkok and enjoys playing golf and watching Thai kickboxing.