Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Malaysia. Malaysia hammered the Lions 4-0, causing them to be eliminated in the group stage after only managing a draw with Thailand. It was a painful night for Singapore, as it was witnessed by a strong 50,000 supporters at the National Stadium.
Radojko Avramovic. The Serbian has made 1 cap for the Yugoslavia National Team in during his playing days. He had a class B coaching license registered under FIFA. His popularity gradually increased after a strings of excellent results. One that is to be noted was when Singapore beat Iraq 1-0 in a friendly.
1-8. Indra Sahdan's equaliser in the 1st half lasted only a few minutes before being trounced by the Devils with 7 goals later.
Hariss Harun. Harun became the youngest ever player to don the national jersey as he came on in the second half in a friendly against North Korea. He was only 16 years 7 months and 5 days old.
|Which player was banned from playing football for any club, after a violent misconduct against his national teammate, Daniel Bennett?||Singapore National Football Team
Noh Alam Shah. He was banned for 1 year in 2008 after punching Daniel in a Singapore Cup final match. Daniel was unconcsious until the next day when he was brought to the hospital. This meant that Alam Shah could not represent any club worldwide and his country for a year.
Malek Awab. Malek Awab earned 121 caps for Singapore in total. He played alongside Fandi Ahmad, Abbas Saad, and V. Sundramoorthy in a team that won the 1994 Malaysia Cup.
Iraq. Singapore was drawn with Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, and Lebanon in 2008. They finished 3rd in the group, losing to Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan in 4 games, while beating Lebanon home and away.
Aide Iskandar. Aide Iskandar was named the skipper until he retired in 2007. In the year 2008, during the World Cup qualifying campaign, the captain's armband went to Singapore striker Indra Sahdan. Nazri Nasir was the Singapore captain from 1997-2003. Lionel Lewis was a standby skipper, meaning if the captain and the vice-captain of the team were not in the starting lineup, he wears the armband.
Tiger Cup. The former name was Tiger Cup, before it was renamed in 2006. The new name is more suitable since the tournament involves Southeast Asian countries.
Singapore won the Southeast Asian championship in 1998, 2004, and 2007. The recent success was in Thailand when they dramatically beat the Thais 3-2 on aggregate, after winning 2-1 in the Final 1st leg in Singapore.