Monday, April 14, 2014


Woodlands Lose Second Straight Game

Woodlands Wellington coach Darren Stewart recently turned down a move to ALeague side Newcastle Jets, preferring to finish the job he had started in North Singapore.

Yesterday they lost 3-0 at home to Home United...a defeat that to all intents and purposes leaves the Rams bottom of the SLeague with seven points from their opening seven games.

OK, to be precise, they are comfortably above development sides Young Lions and Hariman Muda who seem to be outdoing themselves as the national team with a worse record at the moment.

Thing is, tables can be misleading. Woodlands have lost just two games which is better than the teams above them so there.

You can't imagine Stewart being happy with his defence...until last night's reverse, Woodlands had conceded less than champions Tampines. But two defeats on the spin, they lost a few days ago against Warriors, will have the Rams heirarchy looking for an immediate improvement.

Talking Tampines, I was honest, check the last paragraph, they beat Balestier Khalsa 3-1 to leapfrog DPMM at the top of the SLeague. Goals from Noh Alam Shah, great to see him back playing regularly again, and two from Closa gave the Stags a 3-0 half time lead.

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