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Indra:"It's a proud moment to be able to wear the national team jersey again."

(This entry is formulated based on the media release issued by the Football Association of Singapore) Indra (right) is back in the Lions foray after 3-years Following his inclusion in the recent SOF-Peter Lim Charity Cup match , almost everyone in the fraternity had been guessing if former Lions captain Indra Sahdan Daud would be called up by the newly appointed national team coach Bernd Stange in their upcoming friendlies against Myanmar and Laos. Despite announced his retirement from international football in 2010, the 34-year-old has been maintaining his consistency in the S.League by turning out for SAFFC in their Asian Champions League campaign in the same year, before returning to Home United mid of last season after brief stint with NFL side, Keppel Monaco following his release from the Warriors at the end of 2011. "I am surprised, but happy at the same time for being called up to the national team." said Indra who shared his initial reaction with this blogge

Nazri sets Semi-Finals target for NFA U15 in 25th Canon Lion City Cup

(This entry is formulated based on the media release issued by Muse PR Pte Ltd , the PR agency of the 25th Canon Lion City Cup with image depicted in this entry provided by Muse PR Pte Ltd) Coach Nazri (pictured extreme right) is the NFA U15 coach Being one of the two representative squads to be competed in the upcoming 25th Canon Lion City Cup, the National Football Academy Under-15 (NFA U15) team departed earlier today to Kuala Lumpur for the Frenz International Cup 2013 for their preparations for the June tournament. Led by Coach Nazri Nasir, the NFA U15 have scheduled two matches in the tournament in the Malaysian capital that will see they play against Frenz United Malaysia on 26th May and Chonburi FC on the 1st June, in a media release issued this evening. Said the former Singapore national skipper: “Playing against Frenz United and Chonburi will be a good build-up to the tournament (25th Canon Lion City Cup). It is an opportunity to evaluate the boys one last time be

It's that simple actually that saw Los Rojiblancos in town

Not in their usual stripes as Atletico were in black The whole thing is actually that simple when Atletico Madrid, upon wining the King's Cup days ago , decided to fly half the earth to tropical Singapore for one purpose - to help raise fund for the Singapore Olympic Foundation (SOF) on the invitation by businessman Mr Peter Lim. In such a match that rarely having Singapore football fans getting up close to see some of the finest in the game since the torn down of the old National Stadium, it is definitely having to see the best of what we have to pit against a quality opponents such as the Los Rojiblancos with a balanced mixed of players from the S.League and the Lions XII. Former Lions skipper Indra Sahdan (red) in action 1st half skipper Shahril Ishak let down by poor touches up front So in the end, it's just that simple when superstar Radamel Falcao, who is set to depart Madrid after the end of the La Liga season , and his mates descended days ago to f

Release of Fixtures and Schedule of the Starhub League Cup 2013

Below are the screen-grab of the fixtures and schedule of the 2013 Starhub League Cup issued by the League Authority on the 20th May 2013, for your reference and guide. (P.S: Please refer to the official site for any changes or update of the fixtures) The Group Stages The Knock-Out stages 

Can Stange work with Syllabus?

Looking back to the events leading to the announcement of the new Singapore national football team coach Bernd Stange this evening at Jalan Besar Stadium is anything but surprising. It's not because the identity was already made known days or weeks earlier, in fact, the name of the German coach started to trickle in after lunchtime when various social media platforms having hints suggested the former Iraqi national coach would be the Raddy Avramovic's replacement. And with the scheduled press conference lining up to officially unveiled the identity of coach Stange seems redundant when the broadsheet “The Straits Times” decided to break the news instead, when they tweeted the news at 1655hrs (as illustrated) to confirm the appointment. Following that the name “Bernd Stange” seems to trigger the curiosity of those in the local football fraternity with various postings surfaced related to his background and appointments prior taking the post in Singapore. With several j