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style mesti ada museum: #4

September 25, 2011


#4: FAS coaching course booklet and application form from 1977. The courses, of which there were 17 that year, were conducted by the Football Association of Singapore’s director of coaching Trevor Hartley. A former West Ham player, Hartley had managed English lower division side Bournemouth before arriving in Singapore in 1977.¬†Aside from setting up the […]

style mesti ada museum: #3

August 7, 2011


#3: Trading cards from the S.League’s 1999 season, released by Taiwanese company Cardwon. From left are Billy Bone (Geylang United), Tamil Marren (Jurong FC), Ahmad Latiff (SAFFC), Dragan Talajic (Tanjong Pagar United), Toh Choon Ming (Gombak United), Darren Stewart (Balestier Central), Bogdan Brasoveanu (Clementi Khalsa), Fahmie Abdullah (Gombak United) and V. Sundramoorthy (Jurong FC). The […]

style mesti ada museum: #2

July 8, 2011


Jalan Besar Stadium, the spiritual home of Lim Yong Liang, Majid Ariff and Chia Boon Leong et al. The headquarters of Singapore football was officially opened on 26 December 1929 with a game between Malayan Chinese and Rest of Malaya, won by the Chinese 3-2. While Jalan Besar was purpose-built for football, it was owned […]

style mesti ada museum: #1

July 3, 2011


3 July 2011: Players and officials received this token after the friendly match between Singapore and Norway on 26 January 2004, at the National Stadium. Making his debut for the Lions that day was Nigerian-born forward Agu Casmir, but the Singapore players who made their mark on the scoresheet were Daniel Bennett and Shahril Ishak, […]