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"Matchpix" - March 2012

(P.S: If you access this site via "come.to/matchpix" , 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 - Balestier 1-1 Gombak 4/3/11 6400 is something you cant avoid when you are shooting at Toa Payoh Stadium. Anyway, Balestier Khalsa paid the price for not able to top up their tally after Park Kang Jin scored in the first half and allowed Gombak Utd to draw level through Mustaqim Manzur in 80th minute at this game which billed as the "Gombak" Derby since a large number of former Bulls players had switched over to the Tigers this season. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES AFC Cup - HUFC 3-1 Citizen AA (07/03/12) Citizen's skipper Festus Baise (7) header clearance for safety The floodlights were so bright that it made the whole stadium looked hazy with the setting dropped to ISO2000! All I can say the Protector

[Feature] The Return of "THE CHANCE"...

(The entry is formulated from the transcript obtained via Integrated Marketing Solutions Group -IMSG , the PR agency of Nike Singapore ) (P.S: The copyrights of the images depicted in this blog entry belong to Nike, unless stated on the images itself.) Coach Sundram makes his arrival at the game "The Chance" - the global talent search by Nike kicked starts today with Lions XII coach V Sundramoorthy making a scouting visit to a game between ‘A’ Division defending champions Meridian Junior College and Team Eastchester View FC from the D2D social league. Said the former national striker will head the coaching panel of the talent search in Singapore:“The Chance gives me the opportunity to identify and groom young players who have the talent but may not have fully developed their potential yet. "I’m looking forward to discovering some good young footballers and I believe this ini

[Event] Maestro Champions Cup 2012

"I want to divert these youths away from those bad habits by promoting sports and giving them a chance to excel in something they wouldn't have expected." said Mr Prasath S of "Magic Footwerkz" in his email to me not that long ago. "Magic Footwerkz", an event organizing company with its forte in organizing football tournaments, especially the ever popular Futsal game. With that aim mentioned earlier in mind, the company will be organizing - "Maestro Champions Cup 2012", a futsal tournament on the 26th of May at the "Kickers Bay", which is located in the premises of the Indian Association, one of those established sports clubs along Balestier Road. Promotion poster for the "Open" category According to Prasath who is the Event Manager of "Magic Footwerkz", the upcoming tournament is targeting the participating of 28 teams with eight players each in the "Open" category, while 16 teams will be com

[Feature] Mercurial Vapor 8 by NIKE

(The entry is formulated from the transcript obtained via Integrated Marketing Solutions Group - IMSG , the PR agency of Nike Singapore ) (P.S: The copyrights of the images, depicted in this blog entry belong to Nike , unless stated on the images itself.) Mercurial Vapor 8 Constantly leaving no stone unturned seems to be the what Nike is striving for its football products. The newly launch “Mercurial Vapor 8” of the “Mercurial” series by the American sporting giants bears the testament of that commitment in its quest to be the leading player in the world most popular game. The “Mercurial Vapor 8” is re-engineered with cutting edge technology to give players the boots that delivers on lightweight, comfort, responsive performance and most importantly - explosive speed. Redesigned to create a snug upper while locking down the foot and preventing unwanted movement, Nike’s new Anatomic Last takes the fit of the boot to a new level of support and stability. This effect is enhanc

Hamstrung (further) for the sake of ROMANCE

As part of the MOU , the national teams of both Singapore and Malaysia will play a two-match “home and away” series in coming June at Jalan Besar and Kuala Lumpur as confirmed by a media release issued by the FAS days ago. According to Liga Singapura , while the dates against the “auld enemy” are confirmed, the Malaysians had already penciled a few more possibilities with the likes of Thailand, India, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Singapore and Qatar in preparation for the defending for Suzuki Cup. Whilst, the “Causeway Derby” has always drawn the biggest crowds whenever both sides of the Causeway (and the “Second Link”) meet, one tweet on my “timeline” popped this question - “No other team to play against meh?” (as depicted below)   I merely replied “Hamstrung for the sake of ROMANCE” in reference to the quote below by FAS president Mr Zainudin Nordin after the signing of the joint MOU between FAS and FAM in last July . “There is always a special romance between Singapore and Ma