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[TNP League Cup] Albirex turned up for the occasion to win on late note.

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Albirex won the Cup for the second time
It was thought the match would proceed into extra time after Fumiya Fogure levelled the scores in 75th minute to place Albirex Niigata (Singapore) on equal terms with Balestier Khalsa with minutes ticking away in The New Paper League Cup Final.

Competitive Edge counts nothing in Warriors' AFC Cup opening defeat

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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.

[CASTLEWOODS LIVERPOOL MASTERS] Reds' triumph on a wet wet night at JBS

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Rafi Ali close checked on "Macca"
A trip down to the Jalan Besar Stadium last evening sets apart from those previous ones.

It was because the showpiece last night, literally brought me back to my formative years when catching football action on television was a norm then (not much in these recent years).

[Starhub League Cup] Jaguars hit the kerb at the Final hurdle

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Coach Vallee led Jaguars to two Cup Finals
Two defensive errors that took place before the interval and shortly after the break proved fatal for Tanjong Pagar United that eventually saw them went down 2-0 in the hands of Brunei DPMM, the current league leaders in the Starhub League Cup Final played last evening.

[Starhub League Cup] Tigers need a favour from Cheetahs now...

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Tigers' keeper Zaiful Nizam also fumbled this cross
Strange things had happened prior to the Starhub League Cup fixture between Brunei DPMM and Balestier Khalsa.

While faulty goalposts were the reason behind the rescheduling of the match between Tampines Rovers and Warriors FC at Clementi Stadium the day before, the sights of lighting and flashes of thunders did not cause the activation of the Lighting Warning System (LWS) at the Jalan Besar Stadium when it should.

We ARE OUT of AFC CUP with Warriors' 2-0 loss to Semen Padang

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The second goal of game was scored in 61st minute
Coupled Tampines Rover's loss a day earlier in Vietnam, the 2-0 defeat suffered in the hands of Sumatran club Semen Padang by defending Singapore Cup holders Warriors in the AFC Cup Group E fixture had confirmed the exit of both Singapore clubs from the continental second-tier club tournament.

[AFC Cup] Inept Warriors ripped apart by Dominant Kitchee

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Jordi's (18) goal led the Kitchee's revival
It was by not mean an easy task for the most decorated S.League club who are enduring their worst start of the campaign in the recent years (without a single at all fronts prior to this match).

Countdown to NexLions Cup (Part One) - The English Rivalry

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(This entry is formulated based on the media release obtained via CROWD Pte Ltd, the PR agency of "NexLions Cup" together with the images being provided)

Weeks of building up leading to the inaugural Nex Lions Cup must have whet the appetite of football fans.

With the array of talents to be showcased over this coming weekend, local fans are expected to see many of the up-and-coming European footballers pipped alongside with some of the finest Singapore youth players.


[TNP League Cup] Tired Eagles left grounded against tepid White Swans

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Atsushi Kawata headed home the lead
Geylang International coach Jorg Steinebrunner couldn't hide his disappointment after saw his men conceded three goals without reply against a less intense Albirex Niigata (Singapore) in the first semi-final played on past Sunday.

Tremendous Team Spirit Behind Warriors Comeback Win Over Stags, said Weaver

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Watched the game from the media tribune
Warriors FC bounced back from their midweek debacle to claim maximum points in 3-2 win over arch-rivals Tampines Rovers at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

A pleasing Alex Weaver walked into the room before attributed the factors behind the comeback win over the Stags.

[AFC Cup] Warriors CRUSHED and ANCHORED ...

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Robin Singh (9) celebrated after scored the winning goal
Despite starting off their campaign on competitive mode early ahead the rest in Group E, Warriors FC found things tough going since the second-tier continent club tournament campaign started by chalking up losses against Persipura Jayapura and coupled with away losses to Maziya in Maldives and Bengaluru FC in Bangalore.

[AFC Cup] Tigers ROAR to historic win over Lal Holud

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Jonathan Xu (13) opened the account of the evening
By all standards, it wasn't the best display of football in the evening that saw the match delayed by half an hour due to the activation of the Lightning Warning System (LWS), still gloss shall not be taken away that saw a more significant occurrence that took place on the field.

[AFC Cup] Gutted Defeat by Gallant Balestier in Maiden Continental Home Game

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Disbelief for Balestier for the late goal conceded
Even after they were gutted by a heartbreaking 1-0 defeat against defending MSL champions Johor Darul Takzim (JDT) in last evening's AFC Cup Group F encounter, Balestier Khalsa coach Marko Kraljevic is pleased with the performance put up by his team.


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First and foremost, I would like to extend my congratulations to Warriors FC in clinching the S.League title (which they last won in 2009 when they were still known as SAFFC).

Secondly, I would like to pay my compliments to Brunei DPMM for being the pace-setters for large part of the campaign that pushed the benchmark to see another nail-biting ending.

Scrappy win by Jaguars at the expenses of the Young Lions

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View from the top of the match
Tanjong Pagar United put their recent slide to a halt with a scrappy 3-2 win over Courts Young Lions at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

By any account, it wasn't the best display of football shown by the Jaguars, but having snapped the recent poor run of form had relieved some pressure off their French coach Patrick Vallee.

Tigers missing the spark from Park

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The match ended 1-1 (picture source)
Balestier Khalsa's coach Marko Kraljevic did not hide his disappointment for not having his playmaker Park Kang Jin on the field earlier.

"I'm not happy because I missed my playmaker (Park)," said Coach Kraljevic in his post match media briefing.

Albirex's turn to declare their #sleague title bid

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Albirex Niigata (S) held their introductory at JBS
"Football is played with eleven players a side and we have been here since 2004, thus it marks our eleventh year in Singapore football that we have set our target this season to win the S.

[RHB Singapore Cup] Agony for the Tigers as Protectors march on to the Final

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Tigers came cross to tap on this melee in 20th minute
It was a dream that came to an abrupt end with Balestier Khalsa saw their unprecedented bid for a cup double ended in an agony.

Given a precedence that saw the newly crowned League Cup winners came from behind to beat Hougang United to be in the RHB Singapore Cup's "Final Four", hopes were high for the Tigers to repeat the same feat against Home United who were on a slim advantage of a goal margin after their semi-final first-leg win at Toa Payoh last week.

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

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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.

Jonathan and Guntur propelled Wolves to the League Cup

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Jonathan's (facing camera) equalizer set the pace for Wolves's win
With goals from former S.League players Jonathan Xu and Guntur Djafril in each half coupled the late strike by Haziq Sudhir that hammered the last nail to the coffin, NFL Division Two side Admiralty FC secured the last ticket to the Starhub League Cup by staging an upset over Singapore Recreation Club (SRC) of Division One with 3-1 scoreline at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

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

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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.

Charity Shield: Tampines clinched the unprecedented third with 2-1 win over Warriors

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Kunihiro Yamashita (left) opened account for Stags
A wet surface greeted the two teams and crowds at the Jalan Besar Stadium for the season curtain raiser - the Great Eastern Charity Shield match between Tampines Rovers and Warriors FC.


Aide Bites Bullet After Indonesia Loss

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Singapore's SEA Games campaign ended at the Jalan Besar Stadium when a moment of magic from Evan Dimas consigned them to defeat and ensured it was to be Indonesia who would play Thailand in the semi final.

In the wake of the game coach Aide Iskander announced he had stepped down as coach.

Travelling JDT Fans Complain Of Poor Treatment In Singapore

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SINGAPORE - They came from across the Causeway to enjoy a football match.

But the 150-odd Johor Darul Takzim (JDT) supporters who travelled to Singapore to watch their team's Malaysia Super League (MSL) match against the LionsXII at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Tuesday, claim that overly-stringent security officers turned their trip into a farce.

Singapore national team

Stange remains defiant despite criticism after 2-2 draw against Guam

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Shaky Moments in Guam's six-yard
With last evening's result, I could not help but recall this article written years ago suggested Singapore should group themselves with Oceania nations for any bid to lift themselves from the doldrums we are facing.


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Cubs (in red) struggled against the Japanese
Sometimes, one can't be faulted that skepticism aroused instantly when things don't deliver, especially when the subject are 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.

Asian Cup Qualifiers: Jordan is still our nemesis after 3-1 win

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Amri has his work cut out by the Jordanians
During the pre-match press conference ahead of last evening's Asian Cup qualifiers against Jordan, National coach Bernd Stange made the following statement.

Said the 65-year-old tactician:"If we can play well against Jordan and Oman, then we can choose better teams to play friendly matches on FIFA dates.

Coach Stange remains defiant amid criticism ahead of Syrian test

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Coach Bernd Stange (right) facing criticism lately
Bracing the brickbats thrown at his direction following string of unconvincing results by the Singapore national team of late, national coach Bernd Stange remains defiant.

[Asian Cup Qualifiers: Singapore 0-2 Oman] Stange: We can make it to the next step but it takes time to improve

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Bernd Stange's competitive start as the Singapore national coach hit a snag with a 2-0 loss to Oman in the Asian Cup Qualifiers at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

Two goals in the first half well deemed enough for the Middle-easterners to bag all three bags to ease the burden of their coach Paul Le Guen following their failure to qualify for the World Cup earlier.

Coach Stange:"More confidence to play passing and dominating football"

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Coach Stange (right) preaches "passing" game
The Singapore national football team begun their preparation for the crucial AFC Asian Cup qualifiers against Oman this evening at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

From today onwards, the Lions will come together for the preparation training before the centralized training begins on the 10th of August.

Lions to fly with Air Asia for the next THREE years....

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(This entry is based on the joint media release by the Air Asia and the Football Association of Singapore)

Tan Sri Dr Tony Fernandes (L) with Mr Zainudin Nordin (R)
In a press conference held this afternoon at the Jalan Besar Stadium, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) and Air Asia, world's best low cost carrier, announced a three-year sponsorship worth $1.

AFF Suzuki Cup : Vindicated at least for now for Coach Raddy

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Coach Raddy is aiming his hat-trick of Asean supremacy
One would have felt that coach Raddy Avramovic is vindicated after taking a 3-1 advantage over hot favourites Thailand in the AFF Suzuki Cup final first-leg match (at least for now with the second leg is due this coming weekend).

Duric:"Why should we feel any pressure?"

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Everything looks normal with the Singapore national team resumed their preparation for the ultimate AFF Suzuki Cup second-leg semi final showdown against the Philippines this evening.

Following the first-leg scoreless draw in Manila with the "away-goals" regulation looming over them, the Lions are fully aware of what is in stake on Wednesday.


[AFC Cup] Clueless Stags ripped apart by the impressive Blue Wave from Hong Kong

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Duric (left):"How's wrong with us?"
Tampines Rovers got off from a worst possible start with this 5-0 thrashing to Kitchee SC of Hong Kong in their AFC Cup opener at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

The reigning S.

A dreadful win saved the tattered campaign in Warriors' AFC Cup campaign

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Having listened to what Warriors coach V Selvaraj said after his side's 1-0 win over the under-strength Churchill Brothers of India in this do-or-die AFC Cup decider, I was wondering if I was at the same game as he was at Jalan Besar.

Yes, the fact was that I tweeted before the game that the ball was at the eighth-time S.


[Event] Full support from Los Rojiblancos in May's SOF-Peter Lim Charity Cup

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(This entry is formulated based on the media release issued by 3x Pte Ltd, the organizers of the mentioned event with images depicted in this entry provided via the event's official Facebook Page, unless credited)

Falcao is expected to be in town next month (credit: event's FB page)
It is an initiative by the Singapore Olympic Foundation (SOF) to raise fund to help financially challenged kids with good sporting potentials to fulfill their dreams that will see La Liga powerhouses Atlético Madrid in town next month to showcase some of those Spanish flairs that captivated football fans around the world, ever since the fever pitch hit a high worldwide when Spain won the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Confident Sporting's Ferreira hailed his team in NexLions Cup win

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FINAL: Sporting Lisbon U19 2-0 Liverpool U19
Coach Ferreira never doubt his team's ability
For a team that prided itself for producing many wonderful players throughout these year, one shall not fault Sporting Lisbon U19 coach Abel Ferreira for showing that kind of confidence during the post match press conference following his side's 2-1 win over their more popular opponents Liverpool.

The Rest

Tampines To Welcome Selangor To Sports Hub

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Jalan Besar Stadium holds about 7,000 fans. The new sports hub, is that really its name, holds about 55,000. Tampines are pulling around 3,000 per game this season?

Why then would the Stags want to move their AFC Cup tie against Selangor to the new national stadium? They would be lucky to fill a quarter of it.

Youthful LionsXII Close In On Malaysian Super League

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SINGAPORE — Winning a title in front of their home fans is how the best teams want to do it, and at Jalan Besar Stadium tonight, the LionsXII hope to capture the 2013 Malaysian Super League (MSL) crown by beating visitors Felda United in the final home league match of the season. After being set a pre-season target of a top-five finish in the league for the team with only five players aged 23 and above, V Sundramoorthy's side have confounded naysayers by exceeding expectations to be on the verge of clinching one of the three top-tier competitions in Malaysian football.

[25th Canon Lion City Cup] No slots for both Baby Cubs in the semis

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Corinthians (in white) are favourites of the tournament
Since the introduction of the present format in 2011, the semi-finals will not feature any two of the Singapore representative sides (i.