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"Matchpix" - June 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) "LA ALBICELESTE" Visit To Singapore ... June 2017 Argentina took on Lions at the National Stadium The Argentina National Team stopover in the Lion City to take on Singapore National Team to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the Football Association of Singapore. The two-time world champions did some training at the Bishan Stadium before take on the Lions and beat six-nil at the National Stadium. The occasion was, however, marred by the absence of superstar Leo Messi, etc. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES S.League - Albirex Niigata (S) 0-2 Home Utd 230617 Home United's Faris Ramli (left) making inroads to Albirex's heartlands Home United Football Club ended the unbeaten run of Albirex Niigata FC Sing

[Event] RELIVE MEMORIES OF 1991 ...

(This entry is formulated by the media release issued by Full Circle PR , the PR agency for the mentioned event) I think those who are in same age group as me would recall back in May 1991 when two English powerhouses - Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC faced each other in a front of a split partisan crowds of 45,000 at the old National Stadium. In that match saw the Gunners walked away with the Caltex Cup after beating the Reds on penalities following one-all at final whistle. L-R: Silvestre, Black and Riise (credit: Masters Football Asia) Fast forward to year 2017 will see Masters footballers from two of the most decorated sides in the English game take on each other in this coming November at Kallang yet again. Former England star Steve McManaman, who came on as a young Liverpool substitute in 1991 game, will be one of illustrious names pencilled for scheduled match alongside David James, John Arne Riise, Luis Garcia** . Meanwhile, not to be outdone will see the Gunners to


Those who bought the tickets for the international friendly match between Singapore and Argentina on the 13th of June for one reason will have my empathy. After all, how often do Singaporeans have a chance to see players like Lionel Messi, etc. in live action, when many wanted to see the multi-time FIFA Ballon d'Or recipient showcase his wizardry on the lush Kallang pitch? The message is clear ... Therefore, there were signs of anxiety among some ticket-holders when media reports revealed the Barcelona superstar might not be featured in the game to mark the 125th anniversary of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) due to his wedding preparation . That fear was confirmed when the organizers sent out a late statement  last Saturday evening to black and white about the absence of Juventus star Gonzalo Higuain, Manchester City defender Nicolas Otamendi and Messi following days of speculation on the social media platforms. Unsurprisingly, many fans felt shortchanged b