Coaching football in this modern era is tough, but former national footballer V Sundramoorthy is relishing the challenges that come with the job, he told writer Alywin Chew as he recounted how he got started with the sport with the support of his family. The open fields of Sembawang in the early 1970s were the stage where V Sundramoorthy’s footballing dreams were first played out. Together with his kampung friends, Sundram would emulate his footballing idols of that era, such as Liverpool’s Kevin Keegan and John Toshack, some of the most skilful forwards the English side has ever seen. He…