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Singapore Prediction League. Sleague 2015

Sleague.Info have started a Singapore Prediction League based on Sleague 2015

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S.League

The S.League is the top professional football (soccer) league in Singapore. Launched in 1996, the league currently involves 10 teams. They are Albirex Niigata FC (Singapore), Balestier Khalsa FC, Brunei DPMM, Courts Young Lions, Geylang United FC, Harimau Muda, Home United FC, Hougang United, Tampines Rovers FC and Warriors FC.

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  • Hariss Harun says Home United can beat Albirex in Singapore Cup

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Hariss Harun says Home United can beat Albirex in Singapore Cup Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview Home United's S.League encounter with Albirex Niigata.Home United utility Hariss Harun insists his side have proved they can more than match Albirex Niigata (S) as they prepare for this week's two-legged Singapore Cup semifinal.The Protectors snapped the S.League leaders' 12-game winning streak when they met in the S.League last Tuesday, pushing them all the way in a 1-1 draw.The result still damaged Home United's fading hopes of catching Albirex in the race for this year's title, as they remain 13 points adrift. Though the Protectors have three...

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  • Singapore book friendly vs. Qatar ahead of critical Asian Cup qualifier

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Singapore book friendly vs. Qatar ahead of critical Asian Cup qualifier Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's recent poor home outing in the Asian Cup.Ahead of their make-or-break Asian Cup qualifier in Turkmenistan, Singapore have organised a tough friendly against 2022 World Cup hosts, Qatar.The Lions will face the Qataris in Doha on Oct. 5 before travelling to play Turkmenistan in Ashgabat on Oct. 10.Qatar are 77 places above Singapore in the FIFA rankings at 85th in the world. They've already qualified for the 2019 Asian Cup, and can boast competitive victories over South Korea and Syria in the last 12 months."Preparations in Qatar will...

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  • Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun named in AFF team of year

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun named in AFF team of year Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview Home United's S.League encounter with Albirex Niigata.Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun has been named in the Best XI for 2016 at the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Awards ceremony.The Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) star -- on-loan at Singapore's Home United -- joined the likes of Thailand's Chanathip Songkrasin and Teerasil Dangda, along with Malaysia's Ronny Harun and Indonesia's Boaz Salossa, in a lineup that represents the best of Southeast Asian talent.Hariss was not in Bali to pick up the award in person as he was in action in Home United's 3-1...

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  • Michael Sablon says Singapore can't worry about 11-0 U16 loss to Japan

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    Michael Sablon says Singapore can't worry about 11-0 U16 loss to Japan Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's recent poor home outing in the Asian Cup.Singapore football's technical director Michael Sablon insists that four or five years are needed for Singapore's youth teams to show improvements after dismal recent results at U15, U18 and U22 levels.The U22 side failed to make the last four of the Southeast Asia (SEA) Games in Kuala Lumpur last month, losing to both Myanmar and Malaysia.And Friday's 11-0 defeat to Japan in a qualification match for next year's AFC U16 championship followed a 6-1 thumping by Malaysia, suggesting that the standard...

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