(Photo: How Hwee Young, EPA)
On the heels of striker Noh Alam Shah moving from Tampines Rovers to Arema Malang, Woodlands
Wellington defender Precious Emuejeraye signed with Sriwijaya FC on Wednesday.
"[Woodlands] knows about this signing and have agreed to release Precious to Sriwijaya after his
contract ends on November," said Onana Jules, the player's agent, on Thursday.
The migration of talent to the Indonesian Super League from Singapore continued in earnest on
Persija Jakarta made good on its plans to add Singapore international midfielder Mustafic
Fahrudin to its squad. The Serbia-born player joins international teammates Noh Alam Shah and
Precious Emuejeraye in making the move to Indonesia.
Tampines Rovers striker Noh Alam Shah has officially signed a year deal with Indonesian Super
League (ISL) outfit, Arema Malang.
"I have lost a lot of motivation to play in the S-League, for reasons I do not wish to elaborate
right now," Alam Shah told Today, after Tampines' 1-0 loss at Woodlands last night.
Arema has been reported to have snapped three Singapore players for the 2009
season.They are Baihakki Khaizan from Geylang United,Noh Alam Shah and Mustafic Fahrudin,both from
This news has created some spark on the internet,but the truth is yet to be seen.
In celebration of Asian Referees' Day on September 1, S.League will be issuing special ‘Green
Cards' to promote fair play, good manners and safeguarding the environment.
With referees more known for brandishing yellow and red cards for on-field offences, the green
card has the opposite effect with the aim of promoting the positive side of football and its
Now that I'm back,I will be constantly updating on Singapore football.Don't forget to pay a
visit Kallangroar.com for the latest news of our very own and beloved Lions!
With some important fixtures in two months time,back to back clash against fierce rival
Thailand,also the upcoming important Sea Games in Laos as well for our Young Lions.
Vietnam will host the AFC U-14 women's Football Festival from June 17 through 30.
The event will attract eight members of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) including
Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand and host Viet
This year, the Ha Noi women's football club will represent Viet Nam in the event.
Week 3 Mon 2 Mar: Balestier Khalsa 1-1 Tampines Rovers Tue 3 Mar: Woodlands Wellington 0-0 Young
Lions Wed 4 Mar: SAFFC 3-1 Home Thu 5 Mar: Sengkang Punggol 2-2 Geylang United Thu 5 Mar: DPMM 2-1
Super Reds Fri 6 Mar: Gombak United 3-0 Albirex Niigata (S) Sun 8 Mar: DPMM 2-1 Woodlands
GROUP F Johor (Malaysia) 0-0 VB (Maldives) South China (Hong Kong) 3-0 PSMS Medan (Indonesia) GROUP
G Hanoi ACB (Vietnam) 3-1 Kedah (Malaysia) Chonburi (Thailand) 4-1 Eastern (Hongkong) GROUP H Home
United (Singapore) 2-1 Becamex Binh Duong (Vietnam) Club Valencia (Maldives) 1-3 PEA (Thailand)
Mon 23 Feb: Albirex Niigata (S) 0-1 Sengkang Punggol Tue 24 Feb: Gombak United 1-0 Super Reds Thu
26 Feb: Woodlands Wellington 2-2 Tampines Rovers Thu 26 Feb: Home United 3-0 Balestier Khalsa Fri
27 Feb: Young Lions vs DPMM Sat 28 Feb: SAFFC vs Geylang United
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SINGAPORE – Admad Latiff's historic goal nine minutes into extra-time saw Singapore Armed
Forces defeat PSMS Medan 2-1 as the Warriors became the first Singaporean side to qualify for the
AFC Champions League. Therdsak Chaiman, who opened the scoring at Jalan Besar Stadium after 36
minutes and was the star of the show for SAF, found [.
What : Singapore Armed Forces FC vs PSMS Medan (Indonesia) Date : Wednesday, 25th February 2009.
Venue : Jalan Besar Stadium. Time : 7.30pm
VIENTIANE (22 Feb 2009) �?? The road is tough for Laos and Timor Leste when they found
themselves against difficult oppositions in the AFC U16 Championship 2010 qualifiers in October.
The Laotians, who held Australia in the last qualifiers in 2006, will once again cross swords
against the side from Down Under where they will also [.
VIENTIANE (22 Feb 2009) ??? The road is tough for Laos and Timor Leste when they found themselves
against difficult oppositions in the AFC U16 Championship 2010 qualifiers in October. The Laotians,
who held Australia in the last qualifiers in 2006, will once again cross swords against the side
from Down Under where they will also [.