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"Matchpix" - November 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) S.League - Albirex Niigata (S) 5-1 Warriors FC 031117 Entangled in the air Albirex Niigata FC Singapore retained the Great Eastern-Hyundai S.League title with a convincing performance thrashing one-time giants of local football - Warriors Football Club 5-1 at the JBS. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES Friendly - Singapore 0-1 Lebanon 091117 Eye wide open for Danny I was with Arthur, one of the ball boys, and a minder at my usual spot at the ground to see another defeat succumbed by our national team. It is not a good thing to happen when we seems to forget how to win a game let alone to have a feel of it. With just a game away, the team need to find the right formula to buckle the trend to avoid the embarrassment. PLEA

"ZERO WIN" In 2017 For The Hapless Lions ...

Far too familiar sight for the past one year The woeful display by the Singapore national team on their last match of the year sums up the state of the game in the island republic. In this do-or-die battle against Bahrain at the National Stadium, a victory would have ensured the Lions of their faltering hopes to stay alive to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup tournament next year. Unfortunately, things did not go the way Singapore wanted as they found themselves succumbed to their ninth defeat of the year in the hands of the Middle Easterns and the three-nil loss at home eventually kissed their continental dream goodbye. This result also concluded the fact that the four-time Asean champions ended their calendar without a single win since their last triumph back in last November against Cambodia at the Bishan Stadium. DOUBLE WHAMMY ... Right from the start, attempts by both Geylang International's Shawal Anuar and Home United’s Irfan Fandi in a space of ten minutes gave the

[Guest Column] - "Battle of Masters" Recap

Yusof B Ibrahim was at the National Stadium last Saturday to witness the "Battle of Masters" Tournament featuring the likes of former Arsenal players alongside their Liverpool and Singapore counterparts. Football fans at the National Stadium were in a treat the last weekend when they were given a chance to witness a number of former English Premier League stars in action alongside Singapore footballing legends in the “Battle of Masters” tournament organized by Masters Football. DURIC SCORED AGAINST HIS HEROES ... Both Arsenal and Singapore Masters raised the curtain for the night by dishing out some entertaining football with the Gunners had two of their attempts denied by the woodwork in the first half. Aleks Duric (blue) scored on his new National Stadium debut Shortly after the breather,1998 World Cup winner Robert Pirès reminded us all of his trickery during his “The Invincibles” heydays when he opened the account in the 23rd minute of play (each half of the ma