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Purpose defeated after July's MOU?

The mood is just so different this time as the Singapore contingent embarked for their annual trip to Shah Alam for the annual Sultan of Selangor Cup tournament. The coaches carried the Singapore contingent to Shah Alam This year's edition coincides with the reigning Sultan's 10th anniversary on the throne, which the organizers had promised to make a grand event that two former EPL stars Jason McAteer and Jesper Bloomqvist are being roped in for the Selangor Selection in the marquee match against the Singapore national team, who will be using this match for tuning up to their remaining World Cup qualifier matches. More significantly, the meeting also marks the first meeting of both sides since the signing of the joint MOU between FAS and FAM. At the R & R stop at Machap After all, both Singapore and Selangor are two of the most celebrated sides in Malayan football history. The joint declaration penned in July would be seen by many as the prelude to the revival

"Live" Tweet-dating of the Sultan of Selangor Cup 2011

I'm not sure how if this thing gonna work but at least I would like to give a try. For those on twitter, you may want to share your thoughts on the event by tweet your say by include " #SOSCup2011 ", while at the meantime I am praying hard the bridge data roaming by my mobile provider will be working fine through the event. Below is the widget of the tweets related to the event (your tweets should reflect on here as well if you use the mentioned # and please do feel free to send your message to those who are heading up, thanks. THE TWEET WIDGET HAD BEEN PLACED UNDER THE TWITTER MENU ON THE RIGHT SIDE MENU, THANKS

Get ready for Shah Alam ...

In a media release by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) this evening, national coach Raddy Avramovic had named the squad of 18 players to represent the Singapore Selection in their annual fixture against the Selangor Selection in the Sultan of Selangor Cup this coming Saturday at Shah Alam. The Singapore Selection The squad list as follows. 1 Izwan Mahbud GK 2 Ruzaini Zainal MF 3 Safuwan Baharudin DF 4 Shahdan Sulaiman MF 5 Hamqaamal Shah DF 6 Ismail Yunos DF 7 Hafiz Rahim FW 8 Juma'at Jantan DF 9 Lionel Lewis GK 10 Isa Halim MF 11 Shi Jiayi MF 12 Daniel Bennett DF 13 Fazrul Nawaz FW 14 Shaiful Esah DF 15 Noh Rahman DF 16 Delwinder Singh DF 17 Aleksandar Duric FW 18 Shahril Ishak MF

Propel from obscurity - scribe on COE football

I must admit I have not been giving much attention to COE football until this afternoon at the Old Police Academy. Alerted by "Liga Singapura" that the title decider was going to be staged at the once Police training facilities, I decided to head down with my camera to snap some shots between Home United and Tanjong Pagar United. Tanjong Pagar Utd's COE U16 team Home Utd's COE U16 first eleven The equation of the match was simple, all Home United needed to do was a draw with the junior Jaguars and the Centre Of Excellence (COE) U16 league title is theirs. At the end of the day, not only the junior Protectors did not lose to the match, but also convincingly beat their opponents 3-0 to seal the title. Despite long tucked in the obscurity from general football public, the standard of play has been "competitive" according to "Liga Singapura" who cater a separate blog - "Information on Singapore youth football" to focus on COE

I should have QUIT!!!

The beauty of the Cup competition lives on in the RHB Singapore Cup as the "Final Four" - Etoile FC, Home United, Albirex Niigata (Singapore), and Hougang United fought till the very end to see the emerging of the Protectors and the White Swans for the 19th November date at JBS. Fred Mendy (pictured above right) scored against his old team to send HUFC to the final Both first-leg fixtures of the "Final Four" saw both the Stars and White Swans agonizingly forgo their lead in the dying moments of those matches to see their respective opponents - Home United and Hougang United crawl back to level terms to square off the encounter. At one point, such a fightback was thought impossible, until the dying moments of the match highlighted the differences between a knockout cup tie and a round-robin fixture. Mendy propelled HU at expense of old bosses Yet, it wasn't really a nail-bitter when both Etoile and Home Utd met for their recurring fixture at Queenstown Stad