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DPMM FC look forward to make history at Singapore Cup final

DPMM FC striker Volodymyr Priyomov controls the ball as Balestier Khalsa players defend during the semi-final first-leg match of the Singapore Cup. – SINGAPORE PREMIER LEAGUE


BY Fadhil Yunus 


DPMM FC head coach Rene Weber highlighted that his charges deserved their place in the RHB Singapore Cup final after navigating their way from a two-legged semi-final tie against Balestier Khalsa FC with a 4-2 aggregate win.

The Gegar Gegar men surrendered a two-goal cushion after an attacking-minded Balestier Khalsa threatened a miraculous comeback but they ensured their passage after two late goals which brought the tie.
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DPMM FC reach first-ever Singapore Cup final

DPMM FC players celebrate after securing their place in the Singapore Cup final. – SINGAPORE PREMIER LEAGUE



BY   Fadhil Yunus  

DPMM FC reached their first-ever final in the Singapore Cup after a 2-2 draw in the second leg of the semi-final at the Toa Payoh Stadium in Singapore ensured their progress with a 4-2 aggregate win last night.

The Gegar Gegar men entered the break with a two-goal advantage wiped out after a relentless pursuit from Balestier Khalsa threatened a miraculous comeback, but they prevented the game from forcing extra-time after two late goals in the second half.
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Weber warns of complacency ahead of Tigers test in Singapore Cup semi

Forwards Azwan Ali Rahman (2nd L) and Shah Razen Said (R) are poised to return to the DPMM FC starting lineup after missing out on the previous Singapore Premier League game against Balestier Khalsa. – FADHIL YUNUS

BY  Fadhil Yunus 


DPMM FC Head Coach Rene Weber insisted that the two-legged semi-final tie in the Singapore Cup is not a foregone conclusion despite carrying a two-goal advantage against Balestier Khalsa as the two sides clash at the Toa Payoh Stadium in Singapore tonight.
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Brunei contingent Jakarta bound for Asian Para Games

Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Major General (Rtd) Dato Paduka Seri Awang Haji Aminuddin Ihsan bin Pehin Orang Kaya Saiful Mulok Dato Seri Paduka Haji Abidin with the Brunei contingent to the 3rd Asian Para Games 2018 in Indonesia. – FADHIL YUNUS



BY Fadhil Yunus


BRUNEI Darussalam’s contingent comprising 16 – eight athletes and eight officials – including the Chef de Mission, Head of Secretariat, medical officer, head coach and assistant head coach left the country for Jakarta to take part in the Asian Para Games to be held from October 6-13.
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PSJD claim plate triumph in Malacca meet

PSJD players in a team photo. – PSJD



BY Fadhil Yunus


PSJD further enhanced their reputation as a footballing force in the regional arena after a narrow 1-0 win over Farrer Park Dynamos FC helped claim the plate championship in the Legend Datuk Soh Chin Aun Unity Challenge Trophy at the Hang Tuah Stadium in Malacca recently.
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