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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."

Friday, June 26, 2009

Come Clear and Balance it!!

Two news broke out today which had been circulated around the fraternity lately.

(Picture from "Today") "Where are you, Bryan?"

Young Australian striker Bryan Soane had left Balestier Khalsa over contractural dispute, while management reshuffling took place in Sengkang Punggol saw coach Jorg Steinnebrunner and chairman Ben Lim walked out of the club.

Based on both stories by TODAY, the details seems to be one-sided as public were only given one half of the stories, while scratching their scalp why the other half, being the concerned parties, were not being quoted or giving their side of the stories.

(Picture from "Today") "Where are you, Jorg?"

I was told efforts were made to get into contact with the gentlemen but with not much success.

Apparently, the gentlemen felt it's not time to spill the beans or they just simply don't want to dwell on it?

Whatever it may be, I felt the fans have every right to know the inside out of both stories rather than having their imagination running wild by going on speculating aimlessly.

(Picture from "Today") - Saswa spilled the beans last year...

Ironically, they should have did what former Sengkang coach Saswadimata Dasuki did last year when the ex-national defender came out in public to refute claims that he "went on leave to sort out some personal matters" when in actual fact he was told to "do so by the club".

So what if it may be the case that can of worms would be opened if these gentlemen decide to let go everything off their chest but one thing for sure is that some questions shall never be swept under the carpet.

5 comments:

  1. wtf,Bryan Soane is a quality player....it's a big lost to singapore football...

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  2. Yeah "Donar"..

    Although Bryan is still very raw .. playing for team like Balestier actually would help in terms of toughing him up physically and mentally.

    Regret the fact that's he's back in Sydney but hope he see this entry and would want to share his story what happened...

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  3. then would other sleague club sign bryan soane?

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  4. Hi "Kevinx"..

    I think shouldn't be a problem as all the "obstructions" are cleared for Bryan, should he decided to go another shot.

    Hopefully, he continue to hone his skills and eventually break into the A-League, which is his ultimate dream

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  5. who do I e-mail with "the Soane story" ?

    please send your e-mail address to chris@zenithfootball.com.au and I shall forward you a copy of media release that went to Singapore yesterday .... "worst club in Asia"

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