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  He received the ball from his team mate, beat the defender with a swift stepover and sent the ball past the helpless goalkeeper from 10 yards out. Nothing unusual but just a little bit more detail, that shot was commanded by a Cerebral Palsy (CP)

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  Since his move up north, from S-League to Thai Premier League, every fan has been asking about the former Etoile FC playmaker who has bags of tricks in his locker. Junpiter Futbol heard the calling, flew to Thailand, had an exclusive interview with the former

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photo from zimbio.com For Singapore futbol supporters, Lion City Cup is nothing new. In fact, this is an U-16 tournament, starring International teams, which has been around with 34 years of history. Lion City Cup started in year 1977 as the world first U-16 tournament and

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  I feel the pinch (too) when I saw this online article – young futbol talents, hampered at the start of his futbol-ing career by national service duty back in Singapore. Not only me, I believe many futbol hopefuls reading these would understand how much impact the national service had caused especially when you were at the peak of your futbol

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  Last month, I attended the AFC Cup 2012 Draw at AFC (Asia Football Confederation) House at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Due to my hectic schedule, I was not able to stay back further to catch the AFC Champions League Draw. To be honest, the attending of

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  When you were a young footballer, all you needed was basically just playing time. To be precise, it's an opportunity to show what you were capable of. Well, at least that was what I’m training for when I was just an aspiring young chap trying

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  My last memory of Malaysia Cup was probably the same as yours - Singapore beat Pahang 4-0 at the Shah Alam Stadium in 1994. Subsequently, Singapore NT received the pull-out of the competition news when they were training in New Zealand. 17 years passed, that group

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