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"Matchpix" - February 2017

(P.S: If you access this site via "", please click the "Facebook" icon after you click "HERE" when you want to view the album as that will redirect you to the album, thank you) "Monday Session" 130217 The players putting through the pace at Geylang Field  With the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers coming up in weeks, National Caretaker Coach V Sundram moorthy called for the first "Monday Session" of the year at Geylang Field. It is to note that players involved such sessions are not considered being "officially call-up", as doors are still open for those worthy for a spot in the national team. Good Luck... PLEASE CLICK  HERE  TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES Home Utd's "Meet-&-Greet"/ Juma'at Jantan Testimonial 180217 Selfie Time for the "Batch of 84" Home United held their "meet-and-greet" session at their Bishan home ground which was preceded

[AFC Cup] Stags Barely Found Their Flair In The Felda Opener

Fazrul Hazli (right) scored the consolation for "The Fighters" Barely surprised many when the first half of this AFC Cup Group G fixture between Tampines Rovers and Felda United from Malaysia ended scoreless. But what really surprised the crowd of 1277 at the Jalan Besar Stadium was the three-minute stoppage added on by the referee, which I doubt the decision went down too well with the audience, when many were more eager to head out for a breather following an uninspiring half of football. Ivan Dzoni (extremely right) facing pressure from Felda's defenders  In charge of his first competitive match since his recruitment weeks ago, Juergen Raab seems to adapt a much conservative approach that departed from the usual offensive flair associated with Tampines in the past. Whilst we aren't sure if it is because the 58-year-old former Courts Young Lions coach still in the process of assessing the strength of his new team and resulted the team in yellow consist

Youth and Grassroots dominated the "Ideas For Change"

Mr Bernard Tan (standing) opens the session "Ideas For Change" is a new initiative spearheaded by Mr Bernard Tan, vice-president of FAS Provisional Council, and had its first session at NYSI Satellite @ Kallang, it is modeled after the concept of TED Talks where speakers are given ten minutes each to speak on the topic of their choice. Making their presence at this maiden session included the likes of FAS General-Secretary Winston Lee, outgoing S.League CEO Lim Chin, former national players Goh Tat Chuan and Aleksandar Duric, who was one of the nine speakers who took turns to share their views on the local game with the audience. HAVING THE FUN FOR THE KIDS Dr Swarup Mukherjee from Nanyang Technological University was the first speaker to kick start the evening when he suggested a "mindset shift" over the years resulted in having a lesser number of kids playing football these days. Dr Mukherjee kicked start the evening  Rather than discourage kids from