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Hang On...

It seems that not many teams, especially the title contenders, not keen with the idea of playing Albirex Niigata, at this stage of the season.

Afterall, it's the fasting month of the Muslim and given the fact that most of the football players are Muslim, thus it will take some times before the players get used to the condition.

Second placed SAFFC paid a visit to Jurong East stadium to pit agsinst the pacey Albirex.

It looked as if, the White Swans were going to torn the Warriors apart with their pacey game.

Anyway, SAFFC managed to come from behind to level the game and therefore hang on to the title race.

Of course, a game with such an intensity is definitely not without its share of boiling points.

The atmosphere was fantanstic, thanks to drumming (to certain extend) and the tireless cheering from both sets of fans


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