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Thanks for the screw, Ref....

It was something worth to celebrate for Tampines Rovers for grabbing their first victory of the season, but it was the inept performance of the referee that stolen all the limelight.

I am pretty sure a lot of the guys at the ground felt the same way, judging for the roars of disapproval from all corners at the stadium.

Unless one is deaf if not I must be the odd man out...sight, what a night that marred the day of the Stags :(

Although, I would like to add something on that in times there might be some emotional outburst, please don't take it too personal.. Thank you :)


  1. Hi there, may i noe wad mistake the ref made? I watched the game. In my opinion,there shudn't be any complain frm tampines cos the ref made correct decisions for them.

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  3. Hi "Anonymous"..

    It were the Dolphins who felt they weren't treated fairly.

    what I trying to say is the performance of the ref somehow overshadowed the night to remember for Tampines.

    Personally, I thought (from where I saw)was a 50-50 ball that resulted Amos being sent off.


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