For The Record...
"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."

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

A field of dreams

My journey to this event began with my early dinner - Nasi Briyani Ayam at the eatery, that is stone throw away from Kallang MRT station.

As mentioned before, prior the construction of the circle line, fans would "cut their way" through the old Kallang airport building (i.e.: the PA)

Crossed the Nicoll highway using this bridge as shown here before reaching the destination.

Still missed those "Nicoll Highway charging" stunt.

Not quite like the heydays of the 70s where these guys would packed the stands with their pulling power (a snapshot of the match between the Singapore veterans vs their Malaysian counterparts).

Fans grabbing any opportunity to snap a few pictures of themselves as a proof that they were there (included yours truly again, many thanks to Mr Henry Chua for taking that "dot-of-me" foto and the fan who helped to take the one with the ground as the backdrop of it.)

Having a cup of "Tiger" under the scorching sun..."Ahhhhh..." but with a prenium price, of course.

Some shots on the fans, at the pitch and the etc.

The media conference at "Sliver" room that looked slightly different as compared to those shown in the previous entry.

Foreign coaches tend to be diplomatic when asked about to rate the Lions following the match.

In this case, Socceroos coach Graham Arnold mentioned A-League coaches "should have come up here" to take a look at some of the Singapore players, when asked if they are good enough to ply their trade down under (like something I mentioned before).

Led by Mr Tan Howe Liang - the only Olympics medallist we have, the past and present athletes marched into the "Grand Old Lady" before the President officially marked the closing of the stadium.

It was always a pain in neck when come to end of the day, when you wanna go home from the stadium.

Though the SBS provided express bus service (at extra costs), the heavy traffic out of Kallang was not that "express" at all.



A video clip shot prior and during the match.

(P.s: Many thanks, of course, to Mr Darren Lim for making all these possible.. thanks man :D)

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