Wednesday, November 04, 2015


Who Wants To Win The SLeague

I know it's boring but this is another exciting end to the SLeague campaign. Their are two teams in the running but neither seems in a hurry to lift the bloody thing. On Monday night Tampines Rovers were held 0-0 by Warriors which left the way clear for DPMM to stretch their lead at the top when they took on Geylang International last night.

The Eagles haven't had the best of campaigns and ahead of their game against Home United last Friday were 10th in the table, you couldn't get much lower.

DPMM took the lead at Bedok Stadium on 28 minutes through Rafael Ramazotti, his 18th of the campaign, but just as they did against Home last Geylang waited for the second half before overturning the scoreline, first through Hafiz Nor shortly after the restart and then Bruno Castanheira, the Brazilian turned Japanese striker.

The result leaves Steve Kean's men five points clear of Tampines but the team from the east now playing in the west have two games in hand though they may not relish their next couple of games which are away from home:

05/11 v Balestier Khalsa
08/11 v Home United

DPMM will hope their next game away to Albirex Niigata will allow them to revert to winning ways especially after the Japanese side slipped up badly at home to Young Lions last time out.

Yep, not for the first time in recent years excitement is mounting in the race for the SLeague!

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