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Defending champs Singapore drawn to meet 2004 runners-up Indonesia in Asean Football Championship
Defending champions Singapore have been drawn to meet 2004 runners-up Indonesia in the group stage of next year’s Asean Football Championship. Co-hosts Singapore, who beat Indonesia 5-2 on aggregate in the two-legged final to lift the trophy for the second time, will also take on Vietnam, the 1998...
Singapore national coach Radojko Avramovic and Vietnam counterpart Alfred Riedl are expecting an even contest when their teams meet at the National Stadium on Saturday. The Group B match will kickstart both countries’ ASEAN
Defending champions Singapore, grouped in Group B of the Asean Football Championship, will play their first match against 1998 runners-up Vietnam on Saturday, 13 January 2007 at the National Stadium.The other teams in Group B are 2004 runners-up Indonesia and Laos. Singapore are the tournament's co...
Raddy, Riedl expect even draw
Theng Wai Muninfo@fas.org.sg Singapore national coach Radojko Avramovic and Vietnam counterpart Alfred Riedl are expecting an even contest when their teams meet at the National Stadium on Saturday. The Group B match will kickstart both countries’ ASEAN Football Championship campaigns, after...
Newly-kitted Singapore give Vietnam opening blues
Theng Wai Muninfo@fas.org.sg Khairul Amri (in blue), part of Singapore's strikeforce against Vietnam. A show of strength by the Singapore backline frustrated Vietnam’s title aspirations as the teams played out a 0-0 draw on the second day of the Asean Football Championship. The result leaves both...
Lions going for win against Laos
Gary Kohinfo@fas.org.sg Nothing less than a win will do for defending Asean champions Singapore when they take on qualifiers Laos in their Group B clash at the National Stadium tonight. With the target of three points in mind, Lions coach Radjoko Avramovic is set to start Indra Sahdan in a bid to...
Singapore in eleventh heaven
Theng Wai Muninfo@fas.org.sg Noh Alam Shah scoring his seventh goal sepak-takraw style. Noh Alam Shah inspired Singapore’s biggest ever win in international football as they overran Laos 11-0 in an ASEAN Football Championship Group B match on Monday. The 26-year-old striker scored a personal...
Lions get ready for Indonesia
Gary Kohinfo@fas.org.sg All Singapore need is a draw to secure a place in the Asean Football Championship semi-finals when they take on Indonesia at the National Stadium tonight. Despite dishing out an 11-0 lesson to minnows Laos on Monday, Lions coach Radjoko Avramovic refuses to get carried away...
Tour packages to catch Malaysia vs Singapore at Shah Alam Stadium, KL
Congratulations to the Lions for doing Singapore proud by reaching the semi-finals of the Asean Football Championship 2007! Folks who are keen to catch our National Team LIVE in action, here's some good news you wouldn't want to miss - you can choose between two tour packages to watch the Malaysia...
Lions hold Indonesia for spot in semis
Theng Wai Muninfo@fas.org.sg Indra Sahdan (in blue), landing on the scoresheet for Singapore. A 2-2 draw with Indonesia on Wednesday evening clinched the point Singapore needed to qualify for the Asean Football Championship semifinals as Group B winners. The result, coupled with Vietnam’s 9-0...
Tickets to first leg in Shah Alam on sale at Jalan Besar
Singapore will take on Malaysia in the semi-finals of the Asean Football Championship. The first leg takes place at the Shah Alam Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday 23 January with the return leg here at the National Stadium on Saturday 27 January. Tickets to the first leg at Shah Alam Stadium will...
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