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"Matchpix" - March 2013

(P.S: If you access this site via "", 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) Prime League: Woodlands Wellington 1-2 Home Utd 09-03-13 "Ooops" I would say the white outfit by Woodlands did make the shooting and focusing easier for my basic lenses in the dim floodlights. The dark background during the night time also help in getting the focusing fast, if both sides are to deck in light-colored jersey and of course the lighting environment is the key as well The result of this match came days after the sides' senior squads clashed days ago at Bishan Stadium. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES AFC Cup - Warriors FC 2-4 Kitchee SC 12/3/2013 The horrendous performance by Warriors FC was absolutely unacceptable for a side that once broke the ceilings to play in the elite ACL. Some soul sear

"The 5 Stadiums" - could be the ticket to ACL that saves the blushes

TNP broke the "5 stadiums" story on 20th March 2013 I'm not sure if the news that surfaced days ago brought a sign of relief to the game administrators in this country? I am pretty sure it did, when The New Paper (TNP, pictured above) reported that five football-specific stadiums will be incorporated in the five Regional Sports Centres (RSC) around the island under the Singapore Sports Council's (SSC) 20-year master plan. As a matter of fact, something similar to these proposed five stadiums were also mentioned in the "Strategic Plan" (pictured below) alongside with the NTC (National Training Centre) that are hardly being updated on their status progress, as compared to those achievements of the youth development and tied-up with other FAs in accordance to the "Plan". Something similar to "The 5 stadiums" proposal With the announcement of the RSC proposal, it could mean the game administrators would not have to worry about

Vallee urging his Jaguars to remain focused after their comeback win against Hougang

GOAL! as Ismael Benahmed scored the winner Tanjong Pagar United reaffirmed its claim as the "surprise package" of the season with their comeback victory against Hougang United after the "Battle of Cats" saw the Queenstown outfit defeated their counterparts 3-2 at the Jalan Besar Stadium. Prior to this live televised match, the designated "visitors" were on a two-game win-less streak (losing to Home United three-nil after a scoreless affair against Harimau Muda) that somehow cast a doubt on whether they were hitting bad patches following a thumping 6-1 win over traditional powerhouses - Warriors FC in late February. To add salt to the wounds, the Jaguars had to deal with the Cheetahs onslaught with a makeshift center defence line with the absence of both skipper Hafiz Osman and Anthony Aymard and inevitably saw them conceded the first goal of the game in the 13th minute with a Robert Eziakor's header. Jaguars were struggled to contain Liam S

[Feature] Underprivileged Children Get Free Coaching Clinics from H-TWO-O Ultimate Dream Team

(The entry is formulated from the transcript of the media release obtained via YEO'S , the makers of H-TWO-O ) (P.S: The copyrights of the images depicted in this blog entry belong to YEO'S , unless stated on the images itself.) The programme was launched today at ITE College Central Ever since the launch of the H-TWO-O Ultimate Dream Team project in 2011, under the tutelage of Singapore’s very own football son, Fandi Ahmad, the aim of the program has been serving as a platform to unearth and nurturing of football talents in order to allow them a chance to turn professional footballer one day. Since then, the program saw a number of its alumni turning out for various S.League clubs' senior or its Prime League sides in ensuring new prospects to be churned out in years to come. With the project into its third edition this year, the organizers decided to add a twist into its existing programs by educating the players the importance of giving back to the community

Martin "No-SHOW" and Zaiful's SHOW in Tampines win

Tampines coach Nenad Bacina Thought of having to take a better view of how Tampines Rovers' "Marquee Player" Martin Wagner would fare, after only saw him in action at the Charity Shield from a flat perspective. Unfortunately for the second game on the roll, the Argentine signing was left on the bench without having a role in the game at Clementi that saw the defending champions came from behind to record their first win in three recent outings against a resilient Balestier Khalsa. Speaking to the media after the 2-1 win, Tampines coach Nenad Bacina revealed Wagner is having some "adjusting" problems. Said the Croatian:"Martin (Wagner) is doing his job, but he is having some adjusting problems, especially in terms of communication with his teammates on the field as it's important when he is a midfielder, so as for now I would like him to see things more from outside (the field) and hope things will improve soon. "I think all the press