How Metro Helped To Open Our Football Dimensions in 1977
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by Ko Po Hui
2w ago
Led by English entrepreneur Reg Lambourne, the contingent comprised of English powerhouse Arsenal, Scottish giants Celtic FC, and Yugoslavian titans Red Star Belgrade arrived in Singapore to give local football fans one unforgettable experience in the Metro 20th Anniversary Tournament back in July 1977. I doubt scenes like this would ever happen today when I prowled and read what I gathered from newspapers archives for details on the Metro 20th Anniversary Tournament which took place in July 1977, when three groups of footballers descended together at the old Paya Lebar Airport for the above ..read more
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by Ko Po Hui
3w ago
• Fix the things that are not right • Improvise things to make things better • Scrap the things if they do not deliver • Leave it as it is if they still functioning properly When we are talking about the privatisation of the Singapore Premier League (SPL) which is widely speculated to take place somewhere down the road soon, let's make sure we will get off from the right footing in the right direction. "GOAL 2010" must be put to rest NOW The painful lessons are drawn from the much-ridiculed "Goal 2010" and its reincarnation - that "Strategic Plan" (launched in 2010) must be hee ..read more
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by Ko Po Hui
1M ago
I hope people understand where I am coming from when I say the late N Ganesan who single-handedly triggered the football fever in the 1970s was a lawyer, to begin with when he took over the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) chairmanship from RBI Pates in 1976 after serving as the latter's deputy. N Ganesan (in a white suit) holding the Malaysia Cup The only thing that was highlighted was Ganesan played for Singapore Indians in a 1982 Straits Times article which paid a tribute to the brave man to resuscitate the local game during his term in office as FAS chairman (as what it ..read more
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"Matchpix" - Dec 2022
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by Po Hui
1M ago
 AFF ME Cup 2022 - Singapore 3-2 Myanmar 241222 Referee taking the control in the box A hard-fought battle saw Singapore get off to a good start in their AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup campaign against Myanmar at the JBS. Ilhan Fandi, Shah Shahiran and Shawal Anuar scored in the Lions' 3-2 win over the Myanmarese. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES AFF ME Cup 2022 - Singapore 0-0 Vietnam 301222 The extra scoreboard at Jalan Besar Stadium A half-turbo Vietnamese side found themselves up against a determined Singapore team to see the hosts mai ..read more
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"Matchpix" - Oct - Nov 2022
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by Po Hui
1M ago
 SGPL - Lion City Sailors 2-4 Albirex Niigata (S) 081022 Albirex's supporters in jubilant mood after securing SPL title Albirex Niigata (Singapore) overpowered Lion City Sailors 4-2 to reclaim the Singapore Premier League title - their fifth league triumph since joining the Singapore football scene. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES Singapore Cup - Geylang International 2-3 Tampines Rovers 281022 What a crowded six-yard box  Good exciting game for the neutrals to see how Geylang International fought back from a two-goal deficit but s ..read more
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The 30,000-Seater Stadium We Never Get to See in Tampines
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by Po Hui
2M ago
Long before Lion City Sailors established themselves as the country's first privately-owned football club, there was at one point more than thirty years ago that one football club haboured a similar ambition to transform themselves into one as well. When the news of Lion City Sailors planning to have their own stadium surfaced in November 2021, I remember reading something similar in the papers back in the 1990s when I managed to retrieve that old news report from the archives recently. BLUEPRINT OF TAMPINES ROVERS "SPORTS CLUB" It was part of the ambitious blueprint of a National Football Le ..read more
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[Feature] - Yu En And Fathullah Off To Korea
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by Ko Po Hui
3M ago
(This entry is formulated by the media release issued by Rookbook Sports with all images depicted in this entry being credited accordingly as shown) In an arrangement made possible by their agency Rookbook Sports, Ong Yu En and Fathullah Rahmat will be heading to South Korea for a training stint. Having impressed the local fraternity with their show of promising potential with their clubs in this season's Singapore Premier League, Tampines Rovers' Yu En and Tanjong Pagar United's Fathullah will have the opportunity to train with South Korean clubs on this one-of-a-kind trip. (L-R) O ..read more
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[Annual Review] - Just Three of These Topics Only
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by Ko Po Hui
3M ago
Good day to all, It is the time of the year again when I will share my annual review. For this time round, I will just focus on the following topics, as listed following in the BOLD text:- Privatisation, Young Lions, and Balestier Khalsa. PRIVATISATION  One of the things I realised is with the move to privatise the Singapore Premier League in the progress, I certainly hope the decision-makers do not rush to complete the process. The public must be informed of the "privatisation" progress After all, we have seen the example of how the S.League was established in which the pionee ..read more
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by Ko Po Hui
4M ago
Part of the attached image from a media release issued by Starhub I am not sure about the rest, I just don't feel the hype of the World Cup which is going to take part place this month. To the extent, I don't know the exact date when the greatest show on earth is going to kick off, I don't exactly know which are teams to be featured, also are there 24 or 32 teams playing in the odd scheduling of this once-in-a-four-year event? Also with the skyrocketing cable subscriptions, I opted not to see the games live on my television unless they are showing on terrestrial channels. C ..read more
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1977 "Friday The 13th" Stampede at Kallang
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by Ko Po Hui
5M ago
One of the headlines on the stampede (NLB archive) The build-up to the match was intense. After all, it was between the two biggest sides of the tournament that saw them being the first finalists of the competition first known as the HMS Malaya Cup back in 1921. To make the showdown even more mouth-watering was the fact that Selangor, widely known as the Malaysian "second national team" back then with the likes of Mohktar Dahari, Soh Chin Ann, Santokh Singh, etc., had already beaten Singapore twice on a roll in the final to win the coveted Malaysia Cup in previous two years (1975 ..read more
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