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[Pictures]Home United vs Sengkang Punggol

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Tonight will be match pictures only due to that I have to work early morning tomorrow.

The freekick that Valery scored from.Valery Hiek celebrating his goal with his teammates.

That’s the end of my pictures taken from Jalan Besar stadium.

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Written by Jason.LHQ

March 26, 2010 at 11:12 PM

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[Preview]Home United vs Sengkang Punggol

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The Protectors comes into this match with only one single victory from their last 5 outings so far. With the Brazilian playmaker Peres De Olivera departure from Home United FC, surely our attacking force will be much reduced. With 1win 3draws 1loss so far, head coach Paul Lee have to get our title challenge for this season back up running again.

Coming into this match without any injuries or suspensions from their last match, Home United rather have a strong squad to choose from for friday’s night clash at Jalan Besar stadium.

Another entertaining match with plenty of goals can be expected.Come catch this exciting match at the Jalan Besar Stadium. Kick-off is at 1930hrs.

Probable Line-up : Lionel Lewis, Valery Heik, Juma’at Jantan, Rosman Sulaiman, Nelson San Martin, Isa Halim, Sharif Abdul Samat, Shi Jiayi, Sherif El-Masri, Choi Chul Woo, Sharil Ishak

Written by Jason.LHQ

March 25, 2010 at 11:55 PM

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Peres De Oliveira Returning To Brazil.

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Peres De Oliveira which has gone AWOL since the last match he played against Young Lions at clementi stadium, has mutually agreed to terminate his player’s contract. Peres will be returning to Brazil.

Peres De Oliveira showed his contribution as a player from 2000 – 2005 and 2008 – 2009 during which he played in the double winning side in 2003. That year, Home United Football Club won the League title and the Singapore Cup.

I would like to thank him for his contribution to the Club and wish him well in his future endeavours.

Written by Jason.LHQ

March 25, 2010 at 8:26 PM

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[Report]Woodlands Wellington vs Home United

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Monday blues for Home United FC as they were held in woodlands stadium in a exciting 2-2 draw. Home United started off well attacking from the first min and their persistence paid off in the 16th min when Nelson San Martins fired a powerful shot past Woodlands’s goalkeeper Fajar Sarib.

Both teams went into the break with Home United leading 1-0. Second-half started, Sherif El-Masri won a free-kick near the touchline, up step Nelson San Martins who delivered a perfect cross to Chol Chul Woo to head in the 2nd goal to the top right corner of the net.

Woodlands Wellington went in search for goals by pressuring the defense of Home United. In the 73rd, Abdelhadi Laakkad scored an goal. When it seems that Home United would bag all 3 points home.. Kazuki Yoshino scored in the 89th min after Abdelhadi Laakkad’s free-kick hitted the crossbar and bounce back for Yoshino to level it 2-2.

With 4 mins of added time, both teams were attacking to score the winning goal but sadly 4mins flew fast and the match ended in a draw. Home United now sits in the 7th position after their 2-2 draw with Woodlands Wellington FC.

Pictures:


Nelson San Martins celebrating his goal, head coach Lee gave his thumbs up.

Nelson San Martins delivered a perfect cross to Chol Chul Woo.

Chol Chul Woo celebrating with his teammates.

All though Home United draw with Woodlands Wellington, i do not blame the coach and the players as they tried their very best to win for the Fans and for the team themselves. Let’s hope Home United can start their winning ways back this coming friday against Sengkang Punggol FC!

Let’s go Home U let’s go!

Forever Home United Loyal Supporter!

Written by Jason.LHQ

March 22, 2010 at 11:54 PM

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[Preview]Woodlands Wellington vs Home United

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The Protectors travels to woodlands stadium this coming monday night against Woodlands Wellington FC three days after a shock loss to newcomers Beijing Guoan Talent FC last friday.

With no injuries on the squad, and with Valery Hiek back from 1 match suspension after his following Red card received during Etoile’s match .

Home United now sits in the 10th spot of the league standings with 1 win 2 draws 1 loss while our counterpart Woodlands Wellington sitting bottom of the league standings after their poor start of the season with 2 draws 2 losses.

Home United look to bounce back from their 1-4 loss to Beijing Guoan Talent last friday, hoping to to beat Woodlands Wellington to jump to 4th spot of the league standing if they do manage to win Woodlands Wellington on monday night.

All the Best HOME UNITED!

Probable Line-up: Lionel Lewis, Juma’at Jantan, Sheriff Samat, Valery Hiek, Rosman Sulaiman, Isa Halim, Nelson San Martins, Shi Jiayi, Sherif El-Masri, Chol Chul Woo, Sharil Ishak.

Written by Jason.LHQ

March 21, 2010 at 8:54 PM

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The Reason Why Peres Not Playing Since Feb 9..

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Well oh well.. Football is about teamwork not individual game.

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Written by Jason.LHQ

March 21, 2010 at 8:22 PM

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[Report]Beijing Guoan Talent vs Home United

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On the night it seems that Home United could move up to 3rd spot in the league standing, but Beijing Guoan Talent head coach had other plan. To beat Home United and they successfully won Home United 4-1 in yesterday friday night football at Jalan Besar Stadium.

Shi Jiayi had given our Protectors a 16th minute lead when his freekick was deflected past Beijing’s custodian into the back of the  net. Our Protectors controlled the first half but minutes before half-time, Zhang Xizhe’s left footed shot from the edge of the penalty box deflected off Tengku Mushadad’s back past Lionel Lewis and both teams entered the break 1-1.

Beijing then took the lead on 71 minutes after a mistake from Shi Jiayi allowed Liu Teng to give the Chinese side the lead. Home United then created several chances but failed to score. Coming closest to equalizing was Captain Sharil Ishak who saw his header crash back off the post. On 89 minutes, Beijing secured the match when Zhang Xizhe scored with a splendid shot. A minute later, Wang Hao added the icing on the cake with the fourth goal and capped a miserable night for our Protectors.

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The goal that give Home the lead.

Written by Jason.LHQ

March 20, 2010 at 8:06 PM

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