Friday, September 20, 2013


Warriors Come From Behind To Defeat Albirex Niigata

Balestier Khalsa returned to earth with a thump after their League Cup triumph at the weekend when they were defeated 2-1 at home by Woodlands Wellington.

Jo Yoon Chang, who probably wasn't named after a Thai beer, scored he winner for the visitors to piss pn Balestier's parade six minutes before the end.

Not sure if it's a shock or not but Hougang United defeated Home United 3-0 at Bishan in a game loosely billed as the north eastern derby.

Fazil Jaffar, Mamadou Diallo and Jerome Baker scored for the away team in a game, and I know I'm sticking my neck out here, lacked the passion of a Newcastle v Sunderland north east derby. Or even a Hartlepool United v Gateshead derby.

Tampines Rover, leaders and reigning champions, defeated Tanjong Pagar 3-1 at Jakan Besar (thanks for the correction!) but I have no idea whether that means they are champions this year or not

Seiji Keneko and Jamil Ali scored early doors for the home team. See, I know football speak!

Ramdani Kamel pulled one back for the visitors with a penalty, his 11th goal of the season, before Vitor Laderias calmed home team nerves at the death.

I say home team. Any news on their new stadium in Tampines? Remember all them find words about an integrated hub? Has the hub been integrated yet?

In the other game Warriors, who changed their name from SAFFC hoping to get a sponsor, came from behind, ooer missus, to defeat Albirex Niigata who had taken the lea through, deep breath, Suzukicastanheira Brunojunichi.

Warriors goals came from Sufian Anuer, Mislav Karolgan and Shi Jiayi.

tampines played tanjong pagar at jalan besar
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