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Not just a dream, but a hope as They are just like one of us...

Eleven Singapore players will not only carry the hope of the nation, but also with one aim to prove a point. The point to prove that, despite their physical disabilities, they are still able to enjoy the beautiful game like their able-bodied peers when they are set to take on teams from Iran, Australia and others that included the host nation, United Arab Emirates in the first Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy (CP) Tournament organized by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). Coach Zai (wearing cap) briefs his team in one of the sessions However, given the absence of sizable playing pool to select from, coach Zainudeen Hassan have to rely on the squad of players he have with him for the past three years for this inaugural continental-wide tournament. Said Coach Zai, as he is commonly called, in an email interview with this blog:"There is a lack of publicity, general awareness for disability sports in Singapore." in highlighted some of the problems he facing. "Every

"I still want to take your picture, Good Luck..."

Latiff (yellowed jersey) started this AFC match Ahmad Latiff Khamarudin made his much awaited start of the season on local soil for Tampines Rovers that caught many by surprise in their AFC Cup fixture against Song Lam Nghe An (SLNA) of Vietnam. Still yet to clear the mandatory beep test which the ace midfielder failed earlier of the day for the eighth time, the decision left many puzzled over the decision by Stags' coach Steven Tan. Given the fact that Latiff is due for his last chance two days later, would it be a wise decision to risk the well-being of the man who almost single-handedly won their the league title last year? SLNA's Hector (in white) shown pace but clumsy at finishing. "Latiff wanted to play." said coach Tan at the post-match press conference following the goal-less draw with the defending Vietnamese league champions that placed them at the foot of Group F after Kitchee SC notched their second continental win by beating Terengganu earlier

Don't rule El Masri out for the April poach!!

(This entry is formulated based the media release issued by the Football Association of Singapore ) Early this evening, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) issued a press statement to the media pertaining the possible recruitment of players from the S.League clubs to beef up the injury-hit "Lions XII" squad in their commitment across the causeway during the transfer window in April. It has been decided that Singapore representative in the Malaysia Super League will be likely to seek reinforcement from Courts Young Lions, the S.League side meant for development purpose instead from the other clubs. Almost same issue for Robin “I am in discussions with Courts Young Lions coach Robin Chitrakar (pictured left) to explore the possibility of giving a few more Courts Young Lions players the opportunity to play for the LionsXII in the Malaysian competitions, which is in line with our youth development strategy.” said Lions XII coach V Sundramoorthy in the release.

Home salvage the local pride in continental front.

Never conceded a goal at the stroke of half time - that is one of the golden rules of the game. Which is something Home United is guilty of when they allowed Citizen AA to gain their psychological advantage by doing so with that clinical strike from the left inside the box by their Japanese import Yuto Nakamura. Yuto Nakamura (14) scored in 45+1 min Given its recent poor form of late, it was doubtful that many at the Bishan Stadium were optimist of a comeback by the Protectors who in their last league match against their "auld enemy" - SAFFC saw them squandered a 2-0 lead before allowed the Warriors to level at 3-3 at the end at Choa Chu Kang. Yet, a stunning performance in the second half saw the last season's Singapore Cup winners staged a gallant fightback and overturned the table to beat the reigning Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield winners 3-1 with goals from Shotaro Ihata, Frederic Mendy and Qiu Li, who is widely seen as the man of the match with his tire

[CONTEST] We have a WINNER!!! [edited]

Home United earned their continental right after winning the Singapore Cup last year One lucky fan is set to win him or herself a pair of gallery tickets to catch 2011 RHB Singapore Cup winners Home United FC in their first continental action in six years when they will be up against the visiting Citizen AA from Hong Kong. What is more significant is that this fixture will be played at the Protectors' home ground – Bishan Stadium. To win this pair of tickets (pictured above), all one need to do is to answer the following question: QUESTION: Name the other two teams of the same group (Group G) with Home United and Citizen AA in this AFC Cup Group stage. To get the answer, please log on to the following site for answer: Rules and Regulations The winner entry is will the one person who is the first to give the correct answer to the quiz of this contest. The contest is open to all reside in Singapore at the time that m