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"Matchpix" - December 2014, January - February 2015

(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) Friendly: Geylang In't 2-2 LionsXII 27/12/2014 One of them was wearing the "Johnson" jersey Towards the end of the match, the lighting conditions were pretty bad as the floodlights were not on at all. This was only the second time I compiled shots featuring the Lions XII and do take note the name on the back of the jersey may not necessary refer to the players who wore ( eg : 'Johnson') PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES Friendly: CYL 1-3 JDT II 10/1/2015 Adam Swandi (front) scored the only goal I forgot to "switch on my lights" as the floodlights during the match were not blast to full that I initially set at the usual lower ISO until I realized when it was too late. Both Baihakki

Competitive Edge counts nothing in Warriors' AFC Cup opening defeat

Nico Velez (right) looks on a Persipura's celebrations   Unfortunately, having the competitive edge after went through grills offered by the Asian Champions League (ACL) playoffs in recent weeks did not give Warriors FC the necessary advantage, as perceived by many, during their AFC Cup Group E opener against Persipura Jayapura with the former succumbed to a 3-1 defeat at the Jalan Besar Stadium. After all, the Indonesian side did not have the most ideal preparation prior to this fixture due to delay commencement of their domestic season that denied any serious match practice before coming to Singapore. However, the last evening's result should more or less cast those doubts aside in the words of Metusalach Dwaramury, the assistant coach of the West Papua-based side. Boaz Solossa (hands raised) scored the second goal Speaking through a translator after the match, the bespectacled assistant to Brazilian Oswaldo Lessa opined:"While this is our first competitiv


Cubs (in red) struggled against the Japanese  Sometimes, one can't be faulted that skepticism  is aroused instantly when things don't deliver, especially when the subject is proclaimed for better things to come. Fresh from their training trip to Turkey that saw them chalking up losses on margin against their peers from German side Hamburger SV, Spartak Moscow of Russian and Yemen U21 with a draw salvaged against Uzbekistan U21, things remain positive and was lauded as a good learning experience for the team's preparation for the upcoming SEA Games in June. So literally, here came this match that the visiting Japanese U22 national side showed their class and gave their hosts - SINGAPORE NATIONAL U23 TEAM , a lesson that will etch in their minds that would not be easy to erase in the near future. Down by five goals at halftime against the Japanese Olympic squad, the Cubs found themselves barely able to make their way out of their fortress during the first 45 with th

[Event] Recap the Sixes in the Urban Greenery...

Into 2015, as SCC Soccer Sixes marked its seventh year The past weekend saw a football tournament took place on the lush greens of the Padang amid the famed Singapore skyline that overlook the proceedings. Into its seventh year since the competition begun back in 2009, the SCC Soccer Sixes had since established itself as a platform to showcase promising Asian football talent with category cater for the youth, while allowing players in the "Open" and "Masters" (over the age of 35) groups to pit their skills against one another with opponents from various countries. Two pitches were demarcated on the greenery with two matches to play concurrently with a duration of 30 minutes (15 minutes each half) per game. Making their presence as well on the field were some former S . League footballers such as Esad Sejdic who was joined by current Balestier Khalsa coach Marko Kraljevic and ex-national skipper Nazri Nasir for the "Weston All Stars" in the "

Lions and Cubs to leverage on MP & Silva in a Massive Bonanza

(This entry is formulated based on the media release issued by the Football Association of Singapore ) (L-R) Mr Zainudin, Minister Wong and Mr Radrizzani Barely weeks after making their presence the north across the Causeway where they signed a record-breaking deal with the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) (source 1 , 2 ). MP & Silva, the renowned media rights distributors brokered another deal, but on a smaller scale, with the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) on the south side of the bridge as well. This announcement was made this afternoon at a ceremony held at the FAS headquarters at the Jalan Besar Stadium with Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Mr Lawrence Wong graced the occasion in full business attire to signify the importance of the event.\ AGREEMENT VALUE AT MORE THAN $25 MILLION Outfitted in a similar fashion with the guest of honour, Mr Zainudin Nordin, the FAS president was joined by Mr Andrea Radrizzani, the founding partner of MP &