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"Matchpix" - March 2017

(P.S: If you access this site via "come.to/matchpix", 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) S.League: Tampines Rovers 2-1 Hougang United 040317 Hougang Utd's Zulfahmi Arifin (L) tussled with Ivan Dzoni Tampines Rovers Football Club defied the odds to beat Hougang United Football Club to prove the strength of the depth in their squad despite the absence of several key players due to suspension, etc. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES S.League: Warriors FC 1-1 Geylang Int'l 100217 Geylang's Shawal Anuar (middle) rose above all for this ball I was told a local publication got the fact wrong for this fixture when they stated Warriors Football Club was denied their first win of the season when they actually won their opener at Toa Payoh days ago. Nonetheless, they shared the spoils with Geylang Interna

[Event] ICC Singapore Set To Make Kallang Wave in July

(This entry is formulated by the media release issued by Full Circle PR , the PR agency for " ICC Singapore" with all images depicted in this entry belong to Catalyst Media Group ) (L-R) Tore Andre Flo, Patrick Murphy of CMG, Hasan Salihamidžić, Melissa Ow of STB, Francesco Toldo Amid speculation in recent weeks , it is now confirmed the widely anticipated International Champions Cup (ICC) will be held in Singapore this coming July at the National Stadium. Not only the Republic will be the first country in the South East Asian region to play host to this prestigious tournament this year, she also earned the right to host the tournament for the next three years. Since its inception back in 2013, the tournament featured some of the biggest names in world football with the match between Manchester United and Real Madrid in August 2014 witnessed a record turnout of 109,318 fans at the “Big House” (Michigan Stadium) at the University of Michigan - the largest attended

More Visibility To Maximize The Hidden Marketing Potential

“I would love to see more proactive initiatives from clubs; more savvy marketing of players and teams to boost their profiles, as what we have seen (so far) has been dull and uninspiring.” I said those words which appeared in an wide-ranging article on TODAY weeks ago. Due credit to those who tried like how Home United did theirs last and this year, Hougang United kept everyone in the loop during the pre-season with some eye-catching updates on their Facebook "Page" and other social media platforms. While these updates online can be easily accessible on mobile gadgets during our daily routines, let's not rule out some information could be outdated to certain end users unless they stick to their devices faithfully on 24/7 basis in order not to be left out. Home United held their "meet-greet" before start of the season Furthermore, one of the challenges facing most administrators using Facebook "Page", which is one of the main outreach tools

Stags Proven Their Depth in 2-1 Win Over Hougang

Amri headed home the second goal in the 61st minute Hougang United did not leverage on their earlier momentum they started off from Monday when they succumbed to a two-one defeat in the hands of Tampines Rovers at the Jalan Besar Stadium last evening. The Stags, on the other hand, appeared to be the weaker side on paper following the suspension meted out to key players like skipper Madhu Mohana, Yasir Hanapi and Ismadi Mukhtar for their red card offences in the season opening Community Shield match against reigning champions Albirex Niigata (Singapore) which doubled up as a league match. Atsushi Shirota's (5) header forced a "Gordon Banks" from Izwan Mahbud  Nonetheless, it seems that Tampines were able to handle the crisis with ease that serves as a testament for the ample depth in the squad they enjoying - something Coach Jurgen Raab is happy about. Speaking to the media after the game, the former East German international said:"Having a big squad l