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"This is OUR OWN League!"

Associate Professor Ho Peng Kee (on the rostrum) gave a rousing opening speech to those at Jalan Besar Stadium by urging more support to the local league. "This is OUR OWN league!" rallied the Minister of State for Home Affairs and FAS advisor. "I said it this LOUD because I not only want to make myself heard at Jalan Besar, but the whole Singapore as well! "Bring your family and friends to the stadium, with their support at the stadiums the players will be encouraged and put up display of better football." said the former FAS president. With that he declared the start of season 2010 at the home of Singapore football. TRIBUTE TO THE LATE MR TAN ENG YOON A minute of silence as a mark of respect to the late Mr Tan Eng Yoon, a former FAS Secretary-General who was killed in a road accident on last Sunday. THE OPENING MATCH : YOUNG LIONS 2-2 WOODLANDS WELLINGTON Woodlands started off brightly with an early goal from journeyman Winston Yap in the seventh mi

AFC Champions League play-off : Singapore Armed Forces FC 3-0 Sriwijaya FC

SHORT SCRIBE Indeed, SAFFC shown why they are dead serious about making to the lucrative Asian Champions League (ACL) group stages, by bulldozed the woes-besieged Sriwijaya 3-0 at the Jalan Besar Stadium. While there are some gelling works to be done in the Warriors camp, what their opponents in the S.League can foresee is that if the defending champions can get their act fast, then it's not hard to see why they are still THE team to beat. THE FANS Some Sriwijaya supporters (pictured above) spotted at the stand, whom I believe (in personal opinion) are local-based Indonesian students. Unfortunately, these fans are relatively small in numbers and were being silenced for large part of the game after their team were overrun by their hosts. While the SAFFC supporters (pictured above) were in their usual boisterous self with their drumming and singing routine, without the aid from the rest. MATCH PICTURES Sriwijaya's custodian Feri Rotin Sulu (pictured above) sunk to th


(The content of this entry is obtained via the transcript provided by Integrated Marketing Solutions Group [IMSG] - the PR agency for Nike Singapore ) (P.S: The copyright of the images depicted in this blog entry belong to Nike.) Singapore (January 30th, 2010) The Emirates Stadium will turn (RED) this Sunday as Arsenal play host to Manchester United, in a game which sees both clubs show their support for the NIKE (PRODUCT) RED ‘Lace Up. Save Lives’ partnership that generates funds to help fight HIV/AIDS in Africa. Arsenal and Russia star striker - Andrei Arshavin (RED) goal-nets – a first in the Barclays Premier League, will sit between the posts for the match and a giant (NIKE)RED lace will be hung around the middle tier of the stadium to ‘tie the stadium together’. Players from both clubs, including Cesc Fabregas, Andrei Arshavin, Theo Walcott, Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand, will wear (NIKE)RED laces in their boots during the game and both sides will run out onto the pitch - now on Facebook as well

Prt-Scr of the Blog's Facebook group Out of spontaneous, I had created a FACEBOOK group for this blog. "just created for future necessity" is the reason why this group is created, this group will served primarily as an online archive of those photos I snapped since I decided to get down to the ground level to capture those "easily-forgotten" moments of Singapore football. Other than that, there are no other plan for the time being until further notification via this blog or on the group page itself. To access to the page, please click on the URL below (one must be a FACEBOOK user to access to the page)