|Richard Bok left a legacy behind|
The winning of the Cup this evening could be seen by some as the most significant achievement in Bok's coaching career.
For the fact that the squad that won tonight is a SAFFC team that is considered the squad Bok tried to build up as his own for bigger stages after the exodus of several stalwarts such as Thai legend Therdsak Chaiman, John Wilkinson, Aleksandar Duric, etc. following their last trophy won - the League title in 2009.
|SAFFC players tossed coach Bok in the air after the win|
As such, with this victory it marked the end of an era for the club's most successful coach since the league inaugural back in 1996, with four league titles and three Singapore Cup victories.
|(Above) SAFFC came from behind after trailing Tampines with this goal|
|Erwan Gunawan's (no.13) late winner ensured all go home early|
|Tampines' honour hopes are now hang by a thread|
A fact that was hardly foreseen a few weeks earlier when they were at their all-time high, although some may have a different opinion.