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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:35 PM

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Many thread on EPL, MSL and even online soccer management game and etc. So thinking of starting a thread to discuss our very own Singapore soccer league aka the S-league. I know many people will start to come in and throw all sort of insult to our local league. Bear in mind, this is our very own soccer league. If we don't support our league, how we expect a strong national team. Be it of interest to you or not, please give this thread and our league a chance to ''live'' in the world of professional soccer. ....Peace to all. smile.gif

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:37 PM

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Brunei DPMM set sights on Luis Boa Morte and Pascal Chimbonda

http://www.goal.com/...ce=breakingnews


The former West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur players will be joined by Nigeria international Sibi Gwar and Liberian Dominic Jlateh for a try-out session in end November
Singapore League Cup champions Brunei DPMM FC have confirmed that they have released three foreign players, namely strikers Basiru Osman and Patrick da Silva, as well as midfielder Ivan Jerkovic.

Croatian Jerkovic netted six times for the Bruneians in the recently-concluded 2012 S.League season, while Ghanaian Osman and Brazilian Da Silva bagged five and four goals respectively as the Wasps finished second.

The fourth foreign player in their roster, Brazilian Tales dos Santos, is still contracted to the club. The giant centreback was forced to sit out his team's last two league matches due to a knee injury, and is currently recuperating back home.

With the release of the above-mentioned trio, the Bruneians have set their eyes on several former English Premier League [EPL] stars, including former West Ham United and Fulham midfielder Luis Boa Morte and ex-Tottenham Hotspur and Blackburn Rovers full-back, Pascal Chimbonda.

Brunei’s only professional club have also invited Brazilian Edison Luiz Dos Santos, Liberian Dominic Jlateh and Nigerian Sibi Gwar along with the two former EPL stars for a try-out session.

Striker Edison last played for Hungarian top division club, Kecskemeti TE. Prior to his move to Hungary, Edision scored 23 goals and won the golden boot while plying his trade with Hibernians FC in the Maltese league.

Jlateh, the son of ex-Liberian international Aloysius Jlateh, finished as the top scorer with 20 goals for Liberian Premier League side, FC Fatu in the recent 2012 season.

Super Eagles international Gwar has twice won the NFA Golden Boot, during the 2008 and 2012 Nigeria Premier League seasons with Lobi Stars FC and Kwara United respectively.

The 25-year-old midfielder received his first international call up on August this year when he was named in the Nigeria squad for a friendly against Niger.

The try-out session will be held in the Sultanate at the end of November.


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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:41 PM

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I am ashame. you say support S-league but you post M-league tongue.gif

Brunei DPMM set sights on Luis Boa Morte and Pascal Chimbonda

http://www.goal.com/...ce=breakingnews


The former West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur players will be joined by Nigeria international Sibi Gwar and Liberian Dominic Jlateh for a try-out session in end November
Singapore League Cup champions Brunei DPMM FC have confirmed that they have released three foreign players, namely strikers Basiru Osman and Patrick da Silva, as well as midfielder Ivan Jerkovic.

Croatian Jerkovic netted six times for the Bruneians in the recently-concluded 2012 S.League season, while Ghanaian Osman and Brazilian Da Silva bagged five and four goals respectively as the Wasps finished second.

The fourth foreign player in their roster, Brazilian Tales dos Santos, is still contracted to the club. The giant centreback was forced to sit out his team's last two league matches due to a knee injury, and is currently recuperating back home.

With the release of the above-mentioned trio, the Bruneians have set their eyes on several former English Premier League [EPL] stars, including former West Ham United and Fulham midfielder Luis Boa Morte and ex-Tottenham Hotspur and Blackburn Rovers full-back, Pascal Chimbonda.

Brunei’s only professional club have also invited Brazilian Edison Luiz Dos Santos, Liberian Dominic Jlateh and Nigerian Sibi Gwar along with the two former EPL stars for a try-out session.

Striker Edison last played for Hungarian top division club, Kecskemeti TE. Prior to his move to Hungary, Edision scored 23 goals and won the golden boot while plying his trade with Hibernians FC in the Maltese league.

Jlateh, the son of ex-Liberian international Aloysius Jlateh, finished as the top scorer with 20 goals for Liberian Premier League side, FC Fatu in the recent 2012 season.

Super Eagles international Gwar has twice won the NFA Golden Boot, during the 2008 and 2012 Nigeria Premier League seasons with Lobi Stars FC and Kwara United respectively.

The 25-year-old midfielder received his first international call up on August this year when he was named in the Nigeria squad for a friendly against Niger.

The try-out session will be held in the Sultanate at the end of November.


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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:42 PM

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Here's the winners of the 17th S.League Awards Night:

Great Eastern Player of the Year
Winner: Aleksandar Duric, Tampines Rovers FC

...YEO’S Young Player of the Year
Winner: Wan Zack Haikal (Harimau Muda)

Mikasa Coach of the Year
Winner: Vjeran Simunic (Brunei DPMM FC)

YEO’S People Choice Award
Winner: Wan Zack Haikal (Harimau Muda)

RHB Top Scorer
Winner: Frederic Mendy (Home United FC)

Singapore Pools Fair Play Award
Winner: Albirex Niigata (S) FC

Great Eastern Referee of the Year
Winner: Abdul Malik Bashir

Waga Assistant Referee of the Year
Winner: Eugene Chan

Polar Fan Club of the Year
Winner: Hougang United FC

Tiger Beer Goal of the Year
Winner: Shukor Zailan (Singapore Armed Forces FC)

FAS Special Award
Winner: Maniam Murugiah

Singapore Pools Picture of the Year
Winner: Zeng Liwei – Two Captains – Present vs Future, Goal.com

RHB Story of the Year
Winner: Nicholas Neo – A battle between boots and books (FootballOPOD.com)

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:44 PM

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Our miw, main stream media dun wan or dun like to cover s league leh

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:44 PM

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what you mean M league? DPMM is playing in S league lah...they are 2nd in this year league.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:51 PM

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The concluded 2012 session with Tampines Rover winning the league and SAF FC winning the Singapore cup.

http://www.sleague.com/


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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:54 PM

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Our miw, main stream media dun wan or dun like to cover s league leh


so we do what we do best...be the opposition...support the underdog league.. laugh.gif

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 10:57 PM

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what you mean M league? DPMM is playing in S league lah...they are 2nd in this year league.

opps.. didnt read properly. i thought you refering the Brunie FC tongue.gif
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Posted 11 November 2012 - 11:08 PM

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At Hougang stadium .......during match day.....don't bother to find me....I'm not in the photo.. tongue.gif


A Dortmund fan also a Hougang United fan.... Fan from Germany!


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Edited by LoverofCar, 11 November 2012 - 11:15 PM.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 11:39 PM

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Tampines Rovers for me!
Always has been, always will be.

I still remember the days of the ball being kicked out of the stadium (there's an open road just right outside the stadium).

Can't imagine the poor cars being struck haha
Back then, Tampines were one of the worst teams, with Geylang International, Tiong Bahru CSC and Balestier being the top dogs.
Even Woodlands Wellington was crap back then lol rolleyes.gif

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 11:46 PM

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Tampines Rovers for me!
Always has been, always will be.

I still remember the days of the ball being kicked out of the stadium (there's an open road just right outside the stadium).

Can't imagine the poor cars being struck haha
Back then, Tampines were one of the worst teams, with Geylang International, Tiong Bahru CSC and Balestier being the top dogs.
Even Woodlands Wellington was crap back then lol rolleyes.gif

woodlands Wellington was one of the best team then....when they are under Vega...known as the mouth of the north...

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 01:52 AM

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woodlands Wellington was one of the best team then....when they are under Vega...known as the mouth of the north...


ya man, back then Sleague is a joy to watch. Sembawang rangers with their Thai Army that play with so much zest and energy. really like work horses. Gombak United with the 2 hard tackling Surachai Thai international.

back then, Duric was around already but he was overshadowed by Grabovac and Goncalves.

somehow i feel the ang mohs back then are more committed on the field. the ang mohs recruits these days seem so mercenary, don't wanna get their hands dirty. just stand around and wayang only.

used to support Tanjong Pagar used they left S League.

but now, Albirex FTW!

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 07:30 AM

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Tampines Rovers for me!
Always has been, always will be.

I still remember the days of the ball being kicked out of the stadium (there's an open road just right outside the stadium).

Can't imagine the poor cars being struck haha
Back then, Tampines were one of the worst teams, with Geylang International, Tiong Bahru CSC and Balestier being the top dogs.
Even Woodlands Wellington was crap back then lol rolleyes.gif



haha, tampines rovers for me too before I was enlisted to serve NS.

i remember some of the best matches then , tampines vs geyland in 1996 with a full house crowd, remember the cheerleaders tongue.gif

and yes, tampines was crap then, their best foreigner was a brazilian, marco anthonio if i spell correctly who seems to fall more than score.

i remember woolands wellington was a powerhouse, their foreign player was all ex-M-League, joe caleta, ervin boban, sandro radun. i remember they played in the final of the tiger beer series against geylang at the national stadium, best match in my opinion.



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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:05 AM

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still remember the days back then i was in secondary school..supported woodlands wellington when venga was around..great atmosphere..and of coz students ticket price..sometimes would get free tickets outside of the stadium.
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Posted 12 November 2012 - 09:49 AM

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I started by supporting Sembawang rangers...
S league started when i was 14 and stadiums were a;ways full in the 1st season...
emotions quite high...

but subsequently i feel that the management has failed badly...

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 10:17 AM

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those ppl running it dun even seem to know what they need to do... clueless... enough time was given since the formation of s-league and what have happened since then? with the malaysia cup back in frame, it is more jialat now. taking a u turn is bad sign that it is not going to work.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 11:36 AM

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Starting next session. Each club will be able to sign on a ''star'' player. So may be there will be more interest generated from that...in someway, Singaporean are to be blame for state of the league. If we always look down on the league and never bother to attend the match and adopt a club to support. We cannot blame the league for not improving. Afterall, fans are the key to the success of a league. Hope more people will give the league a chance to improve.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 11:55 AM

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I supported Hougang United and will always be. Any other club supporters? Please come in to post update of your clubs....Let this thread be an active thread to give your clubs a boost.

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 01:29 PM

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i hope the marquee signings will take off....

i really wish they can pull off something like what Johor FC did....
can you believe they got Daniel Guiza on loan? Daniel effing Guiza from La Liga.

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