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Singapore Prediction League. Sleague 2015

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

The aim of this soccer prediction contest is to improve the participant soccer prediction skills. The best way to learn is to participate. This is your chance to prove that you know all there is to know about Singapore football.

Even if you join midway through the season, do not worry as there is a ranking for top players performance, top players (last 10 matches) and top player (last round).

Do take part in the Singapore Prediction League and be the Best Singapore Football Tipster 2015! Not a member? Register now! It's FREE. View the latest match results and ranking of players.

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.

You can know more about S.League here.

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  • Singapore football decides to postpone decision on future leadership

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Singapore football decides to postpone decision on future leadership Singapore football bosses have put a crucial decision about their future on holdThe Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has been made to wait for its first elected leadership, following an 11th-hour decision to withdraw it from the agenda at Saturday's annual general meeting (AGM).It had initially been expected that the FAS, following consultation and approval from FIFA, would vote for the proposed constitutional amendments to allow for democratic election of its leaders.However, the AGM ended abruptly when current president Zainudin Nordin announced that the move would...

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  • Safuwan Baharudin braced for MSL dog fight after PDRM lose to Kelantan

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Safuwan Baharudin braced for MSL dog fight after PDRM lose to Kelantan ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard discuss the five teams fighting to avoid relegation with just two games to go.Singapore's Safuwan Baharudin must brace himself for his first relegation battle after his PDRM FA side were let fighting for their Malaysia Super League (MSL) status, following a 2-1 home loss to Kelantan on Friday night.Safuwan will have to help PDRM fight the drop only three years after winning the MSL title with LionsXII in 2013.They are in precarious eighth position on 21 points, two above the danger zone, having played one match more than their rivals. The final game of the season is away...

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  • Singapore football needs more than just a new president to rise again

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Singapore football needs more than just a new president to rise again Singapore are four-time ASEAN champions.Sometimes, change is a good thing for an organisation. Especially for the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), who have been run by government-appointed council members for more than 30 years.On Saturday, the FAS holds its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at its Jalan Besar headquarters. It will seek to amend its constitution, with FIFA's approval, to allow for a full election of a new president and council members.Incumbent president Zainudin Nordin will step aside, making way for what is shaping...

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  • Malaysia name new-look squad to face Singapore in Causeway Challenge

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Malaysia name new-look squad to face Singapore in Causeway Challenge ESPN FC's Stanley Bernard calls Nazirul Naim's inclusion in the Malaysian squad a blessing, as he and Jason Dasey break down the team.Defensive solidity will be Datuk Ong Kim Swee's rallying cry after the Malaysia coach named his 25-man squad to face Singapore next month.Harimau Malaysia will play their Causeway rivals at the Singapore National Stadium on Oct. 7, and Afghanistan on Oct. 11, as they look for their best squad for the AFF Suzuki Cup in November.Kim Swee also set the team's centralised training for Sept. 27 to work on defensive drills in the wake of Malaysia's 3-0 thrashing by Indonesia in a friendly in Solo on...

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