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Untuk Bangsa Dan Negara - Countdown to Suzuki Cup

Coach Raddy (in white T-shirt) briefing the players.

With the regional crown jewel - AFF Suzuki Cup, just around the corner, the National Team get down to business as soon as the domestic S.League completed its 2010 fixtures.

At their usual Geylang Field training base, the Lions are being grouped together with those plying their trade in the Indonesian Super League (ISL)under the watchful eyes of Coach Raddy Avramovic who is assisted by former internationals Robin Chitrakar, Lee Bee Seng (goalkeeper coach) and sports trainer Aleksandar Bozenko.

The ISL based Lions (second from left to right) : Shahril Ishak, Mustafic Fahrudin, Baihakki Khaizan, Ridhuan Muhamad.

Another ISL-based star - striker Noh Alam Shah (in foreground) in full alert.

The Lions will begin their Suzuki Cup campaign on the 2nd of December against the Philippines at Hanoi, prior to that I was informed details of the scheduled friendly before heading to Vietnam is to be finalized, stay tuned...



  1. Hey web to promote singapore football. would like to ask where is lions training ground.heard its somewhere in geylang. would like to watch them training.

  2. Hi Yang,

    Thanks for your compliment, yes the team usually would have their training at Geylang Field.

    While it's not open to public, but notice some random viewing from passer-by from outside the fencing :)


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