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Stange: We did what we had to do against Japan

Date: 
Wed, 17 Jun 2015

Written By: Nigel Chin

 

Head Coach, National Teams, Stange Bernd asserted that his team had no other choice apart from playing defensively against Japan.

A superb defensive performance coupled with heroics from goalkeeper Izwan Mahbud helped the Lions to hold the Blue Samurais, ranked 102 spots above Singapore, to a goalless draw.

FAS MEDIA INFORMATION: SINGAPORE REMAIN UNDEFEATED FOLLOWING 0-0 DRAW AWAY TO JAPAN

Date: 
Tue, 16 Jun 2015

Written by: Nigel Chin

A brilliant goalkeeping performance from Izwan Mahbud helped Singapore hold Japan to a 0-0 draw at the Saitama Stadium on Tuesday evening at the 2018 World Cup and 2019 Asian Cup joint-qualifiers.

Stange: Unbelievable commitment needed from Lions to hold Japan

Date: 
Mon, 15 Jun 2015

Written By: Kenneth Ho

Head Coach, National Teams, Bernd Stange asserted that his team need a fully committed performance if they want to get a result in the next match against Japan.

The Lions will go into this match on a high, after beating Cambodia 4-0 in their World Cup Qualifier (WCQ) Group E match.

Leading the Lions: Spotlight on Shahril Ishak

Date: 
Mon, 15 Jun 2015

Appointed national team captain in 2010, Lions skipper Shahril Ishak looks forward to the match against Japan on Tuesday – some 11 years after he played at the same venue as a then-20 year old.

Managing the Lions: Spotlight on Farehan Hussien

Date: 
Mon, 15 Jun 2015

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Know your Lions: Spotlight on Zulfahmi Arifin

Date: 
Sat, 13 Jun 2015

Spotlight on Zulfahmi Arifin

Stange satisfied with three points, warn of tougher games to come

Date: 
Fri, 12 Jun 2015

Written By: Kenneth Ho

Head Coach, National Teams, Bernd Stange believed his side’s emphatic 4-0 victory over Cambodia was well-deserved and will stand the Lions in good stead during the World Cup qualifiers.

Khairul Amri, Safuwan Baharudin and Fazrul Nawaz wrote their names into the scoresheet as Singapore dominated their first match in Group E of the World Cup Qualifiers.

In fact, the margin of victory would have been larger, had the Lions not been denied by Cambodia goalkeeper or the woodwork.

Lions begin World Cup Qualifiers with a bang

Date: 
Thu, 11 Jun 2015

Written By: Kenneth Ho

Singapore opened their World Cup Qualifying Group E campaign on a rousing note as they saw off Cambodia 4-0 at the Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The Lions plundered in three first-half goals from Khairul Amri and Safuwan Baharudin - the latter scored a brace - while Fazrul Nawaz added a clinical fourth just minutes after the restart.

Coming into the game on top of two straight victories in friendly matches, the Lions were looking confident right from the go.

Lions looking for opening win in World Cup Qualifiers

Date: 
Thu, 11 Jun 2015

 

Written By: Kenneth Ho

National Teams, Singapore Head Coach Bernd Stange will be instructing his side to start their World Cup qualifying campaign with a bang.

The Lions will face Cambodia on 11 June, and Stange clearly believes that it is a game Singapore should do its best to win.

Stange: Confidence level in the team is very high

Date: 
Mon, 08 Jun 2015

Written by: Nigel Chin

National Teams, Singapore Head Coach Bernd Stange believes that the national team is high in confidence right now ahead of their World Cup qualifiers matches against Cambodia and Japan.

The Lions wrapped up their preparation for both matches with resounding 5-1 defeat of Brunei, with goals coming from Khairul Amri (brace), Hariss Harun, Shaiful Esah and Fazrul Nawaz.

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