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Biggest Blooper!!!! by Mediacorp (edited)

Snapped this shot from today's TODAY's TV listing pages and those of you guys are sharp enough will see what I'm trying to say, get it?

Anyway, the game was full of missed chances and thanks to a lucky bounce off John Wilkinson that the defending champions beat the Super Reds to climb to the top of the league standings.

As what SAFFC's coach Richard Bok (on right) said, with his custodian Shahril Jantan on his right.

Newly-recruited Feiruz Abdul Hanib Mahmud (above) is Super Reds' goalkeeping and fitness coach, represented the club in the post-match press conference.

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  1. LOL! wtf?

    haha outdated picture, outdated info

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  2. Feiruz is Republic Poly's soccer team coach who brought them to the IVP semis for the first time in their short history!

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  3. Hi kennerve,

    thanks for your input..much appreciated .. :)

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  4. Thumbs up for Wilko's fluke goal

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  5. Booo.... to TODAY....Cut and paste only.

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  6. Hi "Anonymous",

    It was indeed one of the strange goals that ever scored, SAFFC, in Bok's words, they were LUCKY...

    Hi "liang",

    At first, I thought there's something with my eyesight but a second look at it .. it just looked so "funny".

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