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"Thanks for your support, even though you're the ONLY ONE, it means a lot to us..."

This is an article contributed by 17-year old student Daniel Lau, who himself is a passionate local football supporter, who was once featured on the newspaper for his undying support to the local football. A familiar figure at the airport whenever the any of the national teams depart or return from their overseas assignment. Below, Daniel detailed with write-up and pictures, as he shares with us the moments before the YOG football depart for their training tour in London yesterday. BON VOYAGE, BOYS!! Daniel Lau Was there at Changi Airport Terminal 3 today to send the YOG Football Team off to London. It was kind of a pleasant surprise as when I reached there looking at the boys for the first time in person, many of them recognized me due to my constant communication with them on Facebook. Team gathering at T3. I attracted many curious stares from family members as they saw me donned in the red Lions' Jersey and being the only fan there. Some of them even w

Sengkang's woes continue...

SHORT SCRIBE OF THE GAME Just back from Hougang Stadium and saw Sengkang Punggol crushed out of the Singapore Cup by Albirex Niigata (S). 1-0 was the scoreline and Ryuta Hayashi scored the only goal in the 50th minute and Shahir Hamzah, again, was sent off by referee Sukhbir Singh in the 81st minute. While Sengkang thought they had levelled the game later through a Duncan Elias's spot-kick but only to be ordered to be re-taken due to some infringement, the second time was proved to be disastrous with the penalty being saved by 'keeper Koto Kobayashi. SOME PICTURES FROM THE GAME (Picture above) Nor Azli Yusoff (3) shown the skipper courage to foil an early Albirex's attack. Sengkang's defender Sim Li Ming raised his leg in an aerial duel with Takaya Sugasawa. Things would have turned out differently if Mamadou Diallo had this attempt gone through the posts and not hit one of them. Canadian striker Ryan Fante's spectacular leap in the air, but the finishing

They came and they conquered - South Melbourne announced their arrival in style in the Singapore Cup

SHORT SCRIBE OF THE GAME The initial fear of the weather and the artificial surface were proved unfounded, as VPL side South Melbourne crossed their first hurdle of their Singapore Cup debut by beating Gombak United 2-1 at the Jalan Besar Stadium. Being the more composed of the two, the semi-professional outfit from the state of Victoria impressed the crowd with some neat tidy football over the largely ineffective one-dimensional game dished out by the Bulls. PICTURES FROM THE GAME (Pictured above) Gombak was skippered by former international Bah Mamadou (left, number 6), as Jaslee Hatta was suspended for this tie due to suspension carried over from last year, while his counterpart RamazanTavsancioglu looks at the sky wondering if the weather would be cooler. Abdul Malik was the referee of the match conducting the coin-toss. Horror struck the Bulls as a defensive lapse in the 12th minute allowed the Melburnians to take the lead through midfielder Daniel Vasilevski. Striker F


(The content of this entry is obtained via the transcript provided by Fulford Public Relations - the PR agency of Coca-Cola Singapore ) (P.S: The copyrights of the images depicted in this blog entry belong to Coca-Cola.) Students’ Care Service receives $12,000 Coca-Cola Founder’s Day donation A group photo at the end of the day SINGAPORE, 22 May 2010: Today over 60 youths from the Students’ Care Service (SCS) were put through their paces and treated to special awards and lunch at West Coast Park to celebrate Coca-Cola’s 124th Founder’s day. Focusing on the Students' Care Service's core values of Respect, Endurance and Discipline for the youths sports programme, the Coca-Cola Kicks! Soccer Clinic was led by coaches and professional players from Home United Football Club (HUFC). SCS staff and Coca-Cola employees were also on hand to join in the fun and mentoring, emphasising the importance of life skills on and off the pitch. Following an intensive morning training session (pic

[Feature + Event] Nike Cup Singapore 2010 [edited]

(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 copyrights of the images and videoclip depicted in this blog entry belong to Nike.) Launched at the newly introduced Nike Players Lounge in Nike Wisma, the tournament celebrates the global diversity of football and inspires local youths to Write Their Future The theme of the tournament - "Write The Future" SINGAPORE (21 May, 2010) – In an effort to celebrate the global diversity of football this summer, Nike Singapore launched the Nike Cup Singapore 2010 to inspire youths to compete and be crowned city champions. Calling upon aspiring athletes aged 14 to 19 years old, Nike Cup Singapore is a fast paced five-on-five football tournament set against the urban backdrop of the Lion City, which will see more than 3,000 young footballers battle it out for a chance to experience a 5-day, all-expense paid football training ex