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    Default [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China



    With Thailand beating China 5-1 last night in their home ground, can Stange do the same with the National Team to beat China in their homeground?

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Chinese' reaction to the loss to Thailand

    Public outcry in China as the team lost to Thailand...

    Worst still, the Thailand team comprise mainly the U23 squad who is going for the SEA Games..

    There are now call for Camacho to step down and to disband the national squad while their key player come out after the lost and admit that the China NT is nowhere compare to the Thai squad.

    http://www.goal.com/cn/news/1101/%E4...2?ICID=AR_HL_1
    http://www.goal.com/cn/news/257/%E4%...&ICID=HP_BN_15
    http://www.goal.com/cn/match/108759/...5%9B%BD/report

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Singapore will win!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Stange vs. Camacho K.O

    With Camacho sacked after the 5-1 lost to Thailand, Stange will not be able to pit himself against Camacho.

    The Spanish has a less than 50% win record in his 2years as the national team coach. He won only 7matches and draw 2 matches while losing the remaining 11matches.
    Last edited by iansee; 25-06-2013 at 07:10 PM.

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Doesn't matter who is next China coach. As long Singapore able to get the results away from home on a constant basics, it will be a progress up. The Lions need more games against Top 10 Asia Teams and "win" as many as possible.

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Quote Originally Posted by dclas View Post
    Doesn't matter who is next China coach. As long Singapore able to get the results away from home on a constant basics, it will be a progress up. The Lions need more games against Top 10 Asia Teams and "win" as many as possible.
    I do nt think any of the top 10 want to play us at this pt.

    No pt to them as they can get who they want, nt just from Asia but ard the wrld

    It better to start from the Top 20 sides like back in 2006 when we constantly played top 20 Asian sides to improve before everything went down after our current FAS president took over

    Now we r back at square 1 thanks to him as the sides we r playing r more like bottom 30s-40s
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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Sleague matches to be rescheduled?

    With the match arranged on period where there are matches to be played, wonder if sleague will reschedule some of the matches. If not, players from Home United will be missing as they have on a match on the same day.

    Tampines Rovers will also be unhappy as they have a match 2days before the match in China and a match 2days after the match against China.

    Matches that may be affected
    4/9/2013 - Tampines vs. Albirex
    4/9/2013 - DPMM vs. Balestier
    5/9/2013 - Geylang vs. Woodlands
    6/9/2013 - Home vs. Harimau Muda
    8/9/2013 - Hougang vs. Warriors
    8/9/2013 - DPMM vs. Tampines

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    i agree...you are absolutely right!!!

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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    China drew 3-3 with Japan B side

    It seem like China players wnt to prove the 5-1 loss to Thai NT was becos they wnt to get rid of their Spanish coach Camacho (as some reports suggest)

    If that the case Spore may be in trouble as China will hve to prove by thumping sides like Spore in upcoming games
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    Default Re: [Friendly] China vs Singapore, 6 Sept 2013, China

    Quote Originally Posted by happy View Post
    China drew 3-3 with Japan B side

    It seem like China players wnt to prove the 5-1 loss to Thai NT was becos they wnt to get rid of their Spanish coach Camacho (as some reports suggest)

    If that the case Spore may be in trouble as China will hve to prove by thumping sides like Spore in upcoming games
    have they ever thumped us even when they tried?

 

 

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