The problem with Singapore soccer

Other times, winning is not a priority
Oh… you mean we have to play to win all the time?

“Victory a must for both Lions, China tonight”

Other times, it’s ok if we don’t win. How to go World Cup liddat?

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13 thoughts on “The problem with Singapore soccer”

  1. but then singapore sports always like that.

    when expected to win, they lose.

    when expected to lose, they win.

    when expected to draw, they seek for interviews.

    typical, typical.

  2. but then singapore sports always like that.

    when expected to win, they lose.

    when expected to lose, they win.

    when expected to draw, they seek for interviews.

    typical, typical.

  3. The problem here is not with singapore soccer (not that our team is that great). It’s the dumb-ass local press.
    Just look at the amount of coverage they have for inconsequential european championship qualifiers and early EPL action and news, and the token half a page in ST about our lions.
    They don’t need sports reporters for this. Everything from the wires and soccernet.
    And let’s see the news footage on ch 5 tonight and tomorrow – more likely to see coverage of some other asian team instead of our own.

  4. The problem here is not with singapore soccer (not that our team is that great). It’s the dumb-ass local press.
    Just look at the amount of coverage they have for inconsequential european championship qualifiers and early EPL action and news, and the token half a page in ST about our lions.
    They don’t need sports reporters for this. Everything from the wires and soccernet.
    And let’s see the news footage on ch 5 tonight and tomorrow – more likely to see coverage of some other asian team instead of our own.

  5. Just an observation based on the headlines you (and sometimes Mr. Brown) have posted…

    Looks like Singapore press needs a semantics specialist. Or at least a grammar expert.

  6. Just an observation based on the headlines you (and sometimes Mr. Brown) have posted…

    Looks like Singapore press needs a semantics specialist. Or at least a grammar expert.

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