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National Team - Singapore Lions

Stange: We are better now after playing Japan

Date: 
Mon, 16 Nov 2015

Written by: Shawn Lim

 

Singapore head coach Bernd Stange believes that how his team fared at home and away against Japan will give them the confidence they need when they take on Syria at the National Stadium on Tuesday night.

 

Stange unable to fault team after brave performance

Date: 
Fri, 13 Nov 2015
Bernd Stange

Written By: Kenneth Ho

Head Coach, National Teams Bernd Stange said he could not fault his team after they gave a committed performance against Japan on Thursday evening.

Stange also regretted that his team could not deliver an upset despite seeing 33,868 spectators, the majority of whom were were Singapore fans, turn up for the match.

Lions unable to hold off Japan

Date: 
Thu, 12 Nov 2015
Singapore vs Japan

Written By: Kenneth Ho

Singapore were dealt a 3-0 defeat by Japan on Thursday evening at the National Stadium in a Group E match for the FIFA World Cup 2018 and AFC Asian Cup 2019 Qualifiers.

This is Singapore's second loss of the campaign, and the Lions will need a win against Syria next Tuesday in order to keep alive their hopes of qualifying automatically for the next round of World Cup qualification and the 2019 Asian Cup.

Stange and Hariss: We need the fans

Date: 
Wed, 11 Nov 2015
Hariss Harun and Bernd Stange

Written By: Kenneth Ho

Singapore head coach Bernd Stange said his team is eager to prove that the 0-0 draw they held Japan to in June was no fluke as the two teams meet again at the National Stadium on Thursday.

The tactician is looking to mastermind another upset over the Samurai Blue, and he believes the Lions are in better shape this time around than when they earned maximum points from two home matches last month against Afghanistan and Cambodia.

SINGAPORE SQUAD TO FACE JAPAN & SYRIA ANNOUNCED

Date: 
Fri, 06 Nov 2015
Safuwan Baharudin taking a shot against Cambodia

SINGAPORE, 6 NOVEMBER 2015: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce the National Team squad that will take on Japan and Syria in the FIFA World Cup 2018/AFC Asian Cup 2019 Qualifiers on 12 and 17 November respectively.

Lions clinch a second home win

Date: 
Wed, 14 Oct 2015

Written by: Nigel Chin

In his opening remarks at the Singapore vs Cambodia post-match press conference, Singapore Head Coach Bernd Stange thanked the fans for their presence and support.

Lions march on with routine win

Date: 
Tue, 13 Oct 2015
Fazrul Nawaz (10) celebrates with teammates

Written by: Nigel Chin

Singapore kept up their good form in the World Cup Qualifiers on Tuesday evening when they defeated Cambodia 2-1 at the National Stadium.

Faris Ramli and Fazrul Nawaz struck a goal apiece in each half, before Sos Suhana pulled one back for Cambodia midway through the second period.

The win, their third victory of the qualifiers, gives Singapore 10 points in Group E.

DYNAMIC DUO URGE FANS TO SUPPORT LIONS

Date: 
Tue, 13 Oct 2015
Fandi Ahmad and V. Sundramoorthy

The decision to play the home FIFA World Cup and AFC Asian Cup qualifiers at the National Stadium may have surprised some, but it was a decision in line with the Football Association of Singapore’s (FAS) long-term strategy in bringing fans together to support the Lions.

HENG THE SUPER FAN

Date: 
Tue, 13 Oct 2015
Tan Hwee Heng

When Singapore held much-heralded Japan to a 0-0 draw in June, a crowd of more than 57,000 fans at the Saitama Stadium were shocked into silence. However, a small group of people were cheering wildly at the final whistle – a group made up mostly of Singaporeans working or studying in Japan, or the spouses of Singaporeans.

One fan, however, had flown six and a half hours and over 5,000km from Singapore to cheer his nation on: lecturer and businessman Tan Hwee Heng.

Singapore ready to roll, says Stange

Date: 
Mon, 12 Oct 2015
Bernd Stange

Written by: Nigel Chin

Singapore Head Coach, National Teams Bernd Stange believes his charges are prepared to achieve maximum points on Tuesday evening when they face Cambodia in the World Cup Qualifiers.

The Lions are currently in third place in Group E with seven points after four games, with two wins, one draw and a defeat. One of the two wins include a 4-0 opening group game victory over Cambodia back in June.

Addressing the media at the pre-match press conference held at the Amara Hotel on Monday afternoon, Stange stated that the Lions are ‘ready to go’.

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