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"In an interview with Yahoo! Singapore, Zainudin (Nordin, FAS President) reiterated that the S-league will not become a "poorer cousin" once the LionsXII start their Malaysia Cup campaign."

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Queenstown stadium - the forgotten site

Isn't it sad?

This ground located in Queenstown used to be the base of one of the best supported and established team of this country.

Since Tanjong Pagar decided not to take part in the league in 2005 due to financial difficulties, residents around the Queenstown stadium have not seen S.League football since.

Sometimes, l been wondering what could have gone wrong with this team that used to have players like David Lee, V Sundramoorthy (during the time when they were known as Tiong Bahru), Steven Tan, Lim Tong Hai, S Subramani, Samawira Basri, Dragan Talajic and so many of them that l could not name them all.

Despite no longer playing in the S.League (for the time being), much of the remnants of the Jaguars still remain behind as a reminder of a sad past, while still waiting for the day to come and witness the return of the red-white stripped troop that thrilled the fans for years.

(While at the ground, been asking around if the club is still functioning, the replies were pretty uncertain, maybe someone who know the answer could reply me via the comment, thanks)

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  1. Hi Great Blog here.If you are heading downunder soon you have top check out Queenstown its the most amazing city with an incredible adventure feel

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