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Set to launch in the 2H of 2020, the Parc Central Residences is an executive Condo. Residents of this Condo can get to enjoy the life full of leisure along with a vast array of amenities. Residents can avail of the luxury of a 50m infinity pool along with a fun pool, family pool, and a spa pool which can be basked into the water by anyone. In addition to this, the residents can get cozy on a desk or they can drink as well as dine alfresco in the BBQ Teppanyaki Pavilion. A clubhouse is also there overlooking the Tampines Quarry which has been catered to serve every generation all under one roof.
Designed with eleganceThe EC units of Parc Central have been designed with a layout that is family-friendly as well as functional and liveable. One thing worth noticing is that every single inch of the home has been designed very intricately and delicately and has been finished very carefully with very fine details. The luxurious furnishings of these residencies along with its fittings ooze out sophistication and evoke a lifestyle that is worthy of envy. All the residencies here are equipped with smart home technologies that bring homes to life. There is an immense amount of luxury as well as convenience at your fingertips to enjoy. With just a touch of one button your doors will be locked as well as unlocked, you aAC will be switched off and on and a wide range of facilities will be booked instantly.
The abode of luxuryThe modern as well as the contemporary architectural design of these residencies makes it a class apart and takes it a notch higher from its peers, as one travels along the Tampines Avenue 10 while it rises above the picturesque landscaping grounds from the lush greenery. The lifestyle in these residencies is enriched with a wide range of facilities. There is a choice of three to five bedrooms in these residencies. This is the place where you will return, while your family and abode wait for you.
The perfect homeThe grand entrance of the residency is sure to light up your mood when you return to your abode from a very hard day in the office. The community will be all set to welcome you back home along with the lush green landscapes, friends, neighbors, and serenity. You will be entitled to the privilege of a private and exclusive home for yourself. You get to rejuvenate amongst the tranquility of the surroundings as well as the facilities of the Condo which are sure to recharge your mind as well as your body. You can enjoy the luxuries of a jacuzzi as well as have a soothing dip in the pool or just lay be the deck of the pool while you get to enjoy the beauty of your surroundings. This is your dream home where you will get to rejuvenate and recharge your mind as well as your body and calm your soul and your senses. So register now!
Penrose, situated at a distance of 400m from the Aljunied MRT is one of the highly anticipated condos which are upcoming shortly. Penrose is going to be one of the most sought after condos to be launched in the year 2020 and there are two major reasons behind this. First is its elegant decor and the second is its convenient location. Living well is one of the virtues which comes naturally. There are a total of fifty-five exclusive facilities for the residents. These facilities have been designed especially for physical invigoration as well as the complete relaxation of the residents. Unwinding has never been such a relaxing task as it is here, in Penrose. The multiple glasses of water features present here are enough to calm your senses. The facilities available here will help you in relaxing both your mind as well as your body.
Full of ConnectivitySituated on Sims Drive, District 14, the Penrose condo is surrounded by useful as well as exciting amenities from all around. These amenities are sure to provide you a very satisfying lifestyle. On this property, there is amazing connectivity with transportation. Irrespective of the place you are deciding to visit, you will get there with the utmost ease and convenience. The residential complex is well connected with the other parts of the country via Pan Island Expressway or PIE, Nicoll Highway and the Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway or KPE.
Perfect location for the familyOne of the best parts about living here is that the residents won’t have to face distractions from the metropolis. In addition to this, every morning, they will be reaching their offices very conveniently as well a quickly. This place is the perfect combination of ease as well as relaxation. As this Condo will be part of the Geylang planning zone, hence the people who will be living here will get the benefits of a wide range of local hawker facilities in addition to modern shopping facilities and good connectivity. The location of the Condo is in the fringe area of the city. This residential complex is really near the city as well as the CBD while being far enough from the city to let the residents escape the humdrum of city life. The residents will get to enjoy the best of both worlds.
Highlights and selling points
- The Condo is situated at a distance of just four hundred meters from the Aljunied MRT station.
- It is situated near multiple good schools such as the Macpherson Primary School, Geylang Methodist School, Macpherson Primary School, Cedar Primary School, Canossa Convent Primary School, Nexus International School, Geylang Methodist Secondary School, Bendemeer Primary School, and Kong Hwa School.
- There are various shopping malls near the shopping complex, such as Paya Lebar Square, Onekm mall, Paya Lebar Quarter, and many more.
- The location of Penrose Condo is just a little away from the important expressways such as KPE and PIE.
Attractive Features of Avenir condoThe Avenir Condo is one of the best and freehold Condos in Singapore located in the district 09 in River Valley. It would be expected to be one of the nicest launches of all time. This development is done in such a way that it transcends time. The company Guocoland makes such creative and modern homes that make your life privileged. All the qualities that should be there to make the space comfortable and lively could be found in this condo. Here are some of the expectations and features of this condo.
Superb FeaturesHere are all the features of this superbly amazing newly launched Condo.
- The day it was launched, everyone’s eyes are on its TOP. It is expected that this best launch of 2020 will obtain a TOP till the year 2024. The reason behind this is its amazing features. There would be two towers with 36 floors and it will have 376 residential units. The bedroom layouts will be mixed from 1to 4. We know that this is a luxury residence unit, so the rooms would be larger and more spacious.
- District 09 is cosmopolitan and therefore people there have a lot of choices. If the condo won’t provide such facilities, its launch would have no value. It is bounded by Orchard Road, Robertson Quay and River Valley Road. All these areas are the top sights of Singapore. The Orchard Shopping Belt is the shopping and lifestyle hub, while the Robertson Quay is known for dining, theatre and gallery options.
- The moment you will enter this Condo, you will feel home. They promise that you will find your inner peace here. The facilities that this condo offer includes grand greenery lawn, great lap pool, exquisite dining lounge, and club lounge. All of these things come with luxurious spaces and home with an amazing view. The development has been done using all the best and branded products. For your modern living and lifestyle, the homes are made wireless.
- As the condo is located in the central area and there the demand is of larger units, most of the units will be 3-4 bedders. There will one stack each for both one and two bedrooms- Do check out the Avenir Floor Plans.
- This condo will be popular, not just for the facilities that it is providing inside the house, but also because of the amenities that you get on your campus. There are shops, dining areas, and entertainment centers within walking distance. One of the largest malls, Great World City is very near to the condo.
- The best part about this condo is that, despite being situated in the city, it gives you living in a green lush and natural environment. So, with amazing modern facilities like the gym and other things, you will get to live amidst beautiful landscapes.
Investment ConclusionThese were all the features of The Avenir Condo that will attract customers towards it. If we talk about investors, then they will find it attractive mainly due to the location. The location is best not only for families but also for professionals that are working in the city.
Situated on the corner of Farrer and Holland Road, Leedon Green is a freehold Condo. There are near about 670 units of these residences for sale. The developer of this property is Asia Radiant Pte. Ltd and it is jointly held by Yanlord Land, which is a high-end real state developer from China. The project of Leedon Green is the first attempt of Yanlord Land to push into the prime residential market of Singapore. For this project, Yanlord Land has partnered up along with the renowned MCL Land. The Former Tulip Gardens is most probably amongst the highly anticipated new condo projects to be launched in 2019. This is especially for the high-end residential market. One of the major reasons behind this is that Tulip Gardens was noted as the second-largest sale of en bloc in Singapore, in the year 2018. One of the most exciting things worth watching out for is, what magic can the Yanlord Land Group of China along with MCL Land can. This is to be developed on this major piece of land in the District 10 area.
View from the frontLeedon Greens has a prime location covers one of the main residential districts of the Central Area. All the people who love and adore a trendy nightlife will be delighted by the closeness of Dempsey Hill and Holland village to this project. All those parents who have children will get to choose from a list of elite schools, situated around the property and ranging from primary classes to tertiary classes. The Nanyang Primary School, the NUS as well as the Hwa Chong Institution, are all situated at a distance of a five-minute drive from this property.
Filled with facilitiesAll the residencies in the Leedon Green Price will come furnished. Residents will get to enjoy the premium experience of living in a Condo starting right from their homes. In every apartment unit, there will be imported furnishing as well as fittings which are sure to remove the major bulk of hassle which a person faces while shifting to a new home. The residents get to relax in a suite that is filled with facilities along with a pool for every dip which will range from a 50-meter lap pool to dip pool pods as well as sky decks and jacuzzi. The residents will even get a full suite concierge which is available there for a forever vacation feeling.
Prime AccessibilityThe location of Leedon Green is in the prime Central Area. It is surrounded by two chief expressways along with several MRT stations. The residents here will be surrounded by various options to travel. With the Thomson East coastline, there will be even more options to travel. The Farrer Road MRT station will be the closest train station from the Leedon Green. It will be just at a walk of ten minutes from the Condo. As it is one of the stations along the Circle MRT line, residents can get direct routes to various locations in the southeastern, southwestern, and the downtown core area of Singapore.
Ki Residences, which are situated on the site where earlier, there was Brookvale Park development in Sunset Way, which has been sold to Hoi Hup Sunway JV, in the February month of 2018. The estimated launch date of Ki Residences is Q1 of 2020. There will be near about 660 units in this planned development and it will leverage on the exclusivity of the location where it will be situated. In addition to this, the residential complexes will also leverage the fact that it is located in a natural as well as green setting and that too in the fridge of the city. The product that the residents will be getting, will be unique as it will provide a change from the fast and hectic life of the city along with not compromising on the convenience as well as the accessibility of the residents. It will be a great attraction for couples as well as multi-generational and young families. The cue for the amenities as well as the design of the development will be taken from the greenery and that natural setting in which it is situated. To improve the accessibility of the neighbourhood, the developer of this project is doing the extension of the Sunset Way, which is already existing there, through this site along with the forested area which is situated in the East in an attempt to connect it with the Clementi road.
Near academic institutesAll the academic institutions in the region such as the schools as well as colleges of the Bukit Timah region will be made accessible very easily through the MRT Station as well as the large number of buses that run near the Ki Residences Showflat. In addition to these, there are multiple preschools as well as daycares and Early Years Montessori located in this area. This location of these institutions will allow the parents in picking up as well as dropping off their small kids after and before their work hours with the utmost ease.
Blend of natural and urban livingFor all those people who are looking for a luxury lifestyle as well as a neighbourhood which is calm as well as peaceful, this product is a very good option to choose from. In addition to these, there will be Singapore’s hottest restaurants, nightlife, and bars situated at just a short walk from the residency. The residents will get to enjoy the tranquillity of an exclusive neighbourhood.
In the lap of natureThe people who will be living at Ki Residence location will get to enjoy the marvellous sights of the green spaces which are located in the surrounding areas. The Clementi park, Brookvale Park, Sunset Way Park, Sunset Heights Open Space, and other multiple green spaces will be just a walk of ten minutes from the residency. For the people who want to escape in the lap of nature, they can do it very easily and conveniently as the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is situated at a distance of just a five-minute drive from the residency. All the characteristics of this condo just indicate that no one is ever going to dislike it. If you are looking for a new house, we recommend you to visit here. We are sure you will love it in one go.
We are in the midst of a coronavirus crisis which has affected the economy, which has led to many devastating consequences. One aspect which has taken a hard hit is the homeowners and the buyers in Singapore. It is not necessary that in the midst of a crisis, and it does not have to have to mean that someone will lose money and gain some in the money. Try to make sure that you are grabbing the situation well, which is also one of the most difficult as well as one which is gaining opportunity. Many people are comparing the outbreak to the SARS outbreak, which happened in the year 2002 Nov to 2003. The property market was low for consecutive four years, and the average psf and lower total transaction can easily be indicated with a drop in total volume by 41.6%. But, to date, the average psf which fell is about 16%. The market in general recovers quickly and can be one of the top bets for coming years as the average psf can double up to $1,247 on average. The three important factors to known during the coronavirus crisis in the property sector include:
- Coronavirus is not an issue for the Singapore Economic Fundamental: Coronavirus, although very dangerous has not proven to be a huge issue when it comes to the property sector. It is more like a trend which will eventually fade away once the corona is taken care of in the economy.
- Experience of the SARS: Singapore government because of the SARS outbreak, today, is well equipped with good health care systems and equipment which is required to help handle the situation in the best ways.
- Cooling measures are taken: The cooling measures like MSR, TDSR, ADSB, SSD which are still in force. There are many people who are not trying to sell crazy in this difficult situation.
Allgreen Properties and Kerry Properties Have Got the Pasir Ris Central Tender to Develop the Pasir Ris 8 CondoThe Pasir Ris 8 Condo is the newest mixed development, which is going to comprise a town plaza, bus interchange, and a polyclinic along with the 480 private homes and commercial space. Singapore’s HDB given this tender to Allgreen Properties and Kerry Properties tie-up because these partners had presented the best concept proposal along with the highest winning bid of S$700 million. All these details were made public in the recent announcement by the HDB. The upcoming project will and be going to serve as the main community focal point in the region. This commercial and residential development will also include a bus interchange, a town plaza, and a polyclinic. The SGD$700 mil winning bid estimated as S$684.48/sq-ft, per plot ratio according to the whole gross floor area of 1.02 million sqft.
Tender information:HDB launched the tender for the Pasir Ris 8 condo site on August 27, 2018. The sale closed on December 14, 2018, and three bidders had submitted their concept proposals during this time. All three tenderers had gotten a chance to feature their concept proposals to the CEC to get this site for development. HDB had followed the dual envelop concept for the sale of this 99-year leasehold plot. Laguna Garden and Far East Commercial Trustee, the units of Far East Organization had placed a bid of almost S$677.78 million, which was translated into S$662.75 psf ppr. Singapore Press Holdings and Kajima Development had also partnered to bid on this project, but their tie-up did not work and their proposal was not shortlisted. The CEC evaluated each concept proposal and came to a decision that two of three shortlisted proposals were the best. The Far East Organization and Allgreen-Kerry Properties tie-up were two shortlisted bidders with their concept proposals. Their concept proposals were considered the best to meet the demands of the tender and evaluation criteria. Their proposals were sent to the second stage of tender assessment. The price envelopes submitted by both tenderers were opened and then the development site was awarded to Allgreen-Kerry Properties tie-up. They had submitted a higher bid in comparison to Far East Organization. Their winning bid was almost S$700 million, which helped them in buying this 99-year leasehold land for mixed-use development.
Pasir Ris 8 – Tender conditions might have affected the interest tenderers:The site location is pretty attractive. It will be the closest residential space near Singapore’s Changi airport, but there was still a muted response for this project. The experts believe that tender conditions affected this mixed-use site’s sale. Any developer, who places the winning bid, will also be responsible for building a Bus Interchange, a Town Plaza, and a Polyclinic along with the main structure. The Allgreen Properties and Kerry Properties are now going to collaborate for the development of this site. Ryse Residences is going to feature around 480 private homes, commercial space, and the required three structures. Therefore, it is going to be one of the most attractive residential structures in the region. Please visit https://www.thepasirris8.com/.
SINGAPORE, 6 MARCH 2015: LionsXII coach Fandi Ahmad admitted that the team’s next match against Felda United will be tough, but he expects his team to get at least a point out of the game. It will be the fourth consecutive away game the LionsXII will be playing, as they travel to the Majlis Perbandaran Stadium to take on Malaysia Super League leaders Felda United on Saturday evening. The Singapore team is currently eighth in the league table, behind defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim on goal difference and just three points behind leaders Felda United. A win could potentially take them to the top of the table, should results elsewhere go their way. Past results show that LionsXII have enjoyed their games against Felda United, although in two games against Felda last year in the Malaysia Cup, the team lost one and drew the other. “We are definitely going there to get points home,” Fandi told the official LionsXII website. “We want to get something and there are points to be won. We will go with a positive mind, and not just think about attacking or defending. We have our strategy to deal with Felda. What’s most important is we have to ensure we do not give Felda an early goal.” Fandi’s task will be made tougher with a few players currently out with injury. Izwan Mahbud is still struggling with his shoulder injury, while Samuel Benjamin injured his knee in a training session earlier this week. Hafiz Sujad has also not played in the previous two games after coming off injured against Perak, although he has since returned to training. The fact that the players have had to travel for the past few games has not helped with fatigue creeping in, but Fandi asserted that he will make do with whoever is available. “We will see the conditions of the players, it’s a week by week assessment,” he said. “To get a win against Felda, we have to be really focused throughout the game from the first minute till the final whistle. They have good strikers – Zah Rahan (Krangar), (Ndumba) Makeche, (Edward) Wilson – those are their three main dangermen, they are all good players and we have to watch out for them.” “Izwan is struggling, and we are not sure if we can play him against Felda. But we still have Khai (Khairulhin Khalid). He showed he has improved a lot when he played in the FA Cup. He has got good spring, and is aggressive coming out. Against the big and strong foreign strikers, he will be important for us. “We want to do our best; we can’t make promises but we want to get something out of the game for sure.”
By Kenneth Tan LionsXII 2-1 Selangor PKNS (Zulfahmi Arifin 43’, Faris Ramli 60’) (Nazmi Faiz 31’) SINGAPORE, 22 March 2014: After a three-match winless streak at home, the LionsXII finally tasted victory once again at Jalan Besar Stadium as they came from behind to beat Selangor PKNS 2-1 in a Malaysian Super League (MSL) clash. Goals from Zulfahmi Arifin and Faris Ramli in each half proved to be enough to cancel out Nazmi Faiz’s opener on the half-hour mark. Coach Fandi Ahmad made a few changes from the previous line-up against Sarawak FA, bringing in Raihan Rahman for his first appearance of the season to replace the injured captain Isa Halim, alongside Zulfahmi and Faris. That saw them line up in a 4-5-1 formation with Khairul deployed as the lone forward. Despite dominating the first half hour, the reigning MSL champions struggled to create clear-cut opportunities. Khairul was the player most involved in the thick of things, putting two efforts just wide off the mark after some intelligent individual work. Meanwhile, Firdaus also lashed a 25-yard shot that whizzed just past the left-hand post. Failure to grasp foothold of the game, they paid the price just after the half-hour mark. PKNS winger Nazmi Faiz broke free just outside the box due to some hesitancy in the LionsXII backline and duly curled a neat low shot beyond Izwan’s right-hand post. Credit to the Singaporeans, they increased the tempo of their game and duly levelled matters just before the half-time whistle. After earning a free-kick off PKNS captain Fauzan Dzulkifli, playmaker Zulfahmi dusted himself up to curl a splendid curling 25-yard effort over the wall and past keeper Remezey Ros’ despairing dive. The 22-year-old could have replicated the feat just a couple of minutes later from similar range, but was unluckily denied by the crossbar. Buoyed by the timely equalizer, the LionsXII came into the second half settled into their rhythm and looked more dangerous in the attacking third. Coach Fandi soon brought on an extra attacker in Sufian Anuar just before the hour mark and that change created an almost immediate impact. The 26-year-old’s incessant pressure initially caused the PKNS defence to concede possession to Khairul at the edge of the box. The latter then released the onrushing Faris who took the opportunity to lash a powerful effort inside Remezey’s near post. With half an hour left to play, the LionsXII defence had to stand tall to deny the resistance of the visitors. Isa Halim and Madhu Mohana then came on for Raihan and Nazrul Nazari respectively in the last 10 minutes to inject some fresh legs into the side. There were a few nervy moments towards the end, including a fierce Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh’s close-range shot which was blocked by Afiq Yunos. Eventually the Singaporeans managed to stave off all that pressure to return to winning ways at their beloved home ground. Fandi: We responded well At the post-match press conference, coach Fandi expressed his delight at seeing his boys showing the desire to bounce back after some indifferent results lately. “The boys responded well to instructions tonight,” he said. “PKNS is a better team than the last two years with some good foreign players, and they gave us a run for our money. They kept pushing us towards the end and getting corners which were dangerous, but we were confident of getting the three points based on our training sessions. I told the boys we’re not playing for ourselves; we’re doing this for the fans.” He also singled out his midfield trio for special praise, including first-time starter Raihan. “Raihan did very well tonight – he was sliding, tackling, putting in challenges in the middle,” assessed the 51-year-old. “Zulfahmi had his best game and I’m very happy for him that he scored the goal. Firdaus also played well but we have to compromise him for Sufian because we need an extra attacker.” Meanwhile his opposite counterpart Wan Jamak Wan Hassan lamented the lack of concentration and mental strength from his side that led to the defeat. “I told the boys not to concede any free-kicks 30 yards from goal because the LionsXII have players who can convert from dead balls, and they showed that,” he said. “For the second goal, it was the mistakes of my two centre-backs that cost us. I’ve told them that they need to be mentally strong to face this team but in the end we still gave away the goals.” However he was gracious in defeat, praising the LionsXII for their late rearguard action. “Each time my strikers Patrick and Karlo (Primorac) go forward, they always have players marking behind,” analyzed the 56-year-old. “That makes it very difficult for us. We have chances to score but they put up a good defensive wall which was hard for us to break through. That said, I think we lost to a better team tonight.” The LionsXII will next travel away to Ipoh, Malaysia to take on Perak FA in their next MSL game. The game will be played on next Tuesday, March 25th at 8.45pm. Do check back on the LionsXII’s website and Facebook page for the latest updates regarding the game. Go LionsXII go!
LionsXII 1-1 Johor Darul Takzim (Safuwan Baharudin 82′) (Leonel Nunez 9′) SINGAPORE, 22 June 2013: It was a pulsating night of football at Jalan Besar Stadium as the LionsXII held nearest challengers Johor Darul Takzim to a 1-1 draw. Safuwan Baharudin’s equaliser eight minutes from time ensured the gap at the top of the table was maintained at a healthy four points. LionsXII coach V Sundramoorthy made two changes to the starting lineup against Selangor PKNS – bringing in Irwan Shah and Nazrul Nazari, while opting to select Shakir Hamzah despite the latter only returning to training on Friday. The first half however turned out to be a below-par one for his side with the visitors getting their noses ahead after just nine minutes of play. An innocuous ball over the top caught the LionsXII defence on the backfoot, as Leonel Nunez stole in between Shakir and Izwan Mahbud to slot home the opening goal of the night. This was the only second time which they have fell behind at home this season, thus it took a while for them to get going. Hariss Harun attempted to get his side going by spraying diagonal balls, while Fazrul Nawaz was trying his utmost best to set up his fellow attackers. However the strong centre back partnership of Aidil Zafuan and Ahmad Tharmini Saiban kept the LionsXII largely at bay. Apart from a couple of efforts from captain Shahril Ishak – a 35-yard freekick which was tipped over while another close-range shot which went disappointingly over the bar, the LionsXII attacks often fizzled out at the crucial moment. Sundram knew he had to react as he brought on Faris Ramli for the ineffectual Gabriel Quak five minutes before the break to inject more intensity into his attack. Johor did maintain their lead till half time, and it was the LionsXII substitute who nearly found the equaliser two minutes after the restart. A superb through ball from Fazrul set Faris racing through but he was unable to force the ball in from a tight angle. Izwan had to be alert to push away a Safee Sali cross-shot soon after, but it was almost all LionsXII throughout. Shahril had another long-range freekick tipped over by Al Hafiz Hamzah, Nazrul’s snapshot from a half-cleared corner was collected by the Johor custodian, while Safuwan and Faris both fired volleys out of range. Sundram sensed blood as he threw on two forwards in Khairul Nizam and Shahfiq Ghani in an attempt to get the equaliser. The former nearly made an immediate impact as he nodded just wide from a Faris cross seconds after coming on, while Safuwan headed over from Shahril’s corner. Their efforts finally paid off on 82 minutes when Faris was brought down just outside the area by Nazri Ahmad. Shahril’s freekick caused chaos in the Johor box with Faritz Hameed forcing a save from Hamzah. The rebound fell to Safuwan who did superbly to spin and hit a crisp low shot beyond the crowd of players. It was a goal which sent the majority of the 7,650 attending fans wild as there was still time for the LionsXII to find a winner. Hopes were further boosted with Zaquan getting a straight red card with a two-footed challenge on Irwan Shah. However they huffed and puffed, they could not bring the Johor house down for another time. Safuwan’s header dropped just wide of the post, while Nizam’s header went just over the bar. Nizam had the final opportunity four minutes into injury time, but his first touch from Shahfiq’s long ball let him down at the crucial moment. In the end, the LionsXII had to be satisfied with a point collected from this hard-fought encounter. Sundram: We could have found the winner Sundram was still a satisfied man at the post-match press conference even though his side lost their 100 percent home record. “I wasn’t angry with our performance,” he insisted. “We did start off slowly, Johor were positive from the start – moving up high in the pitch and pushing up attackers to get goals. They got in through a mix-up from us, but we were slowly getting into the game late in the first half. We made some adjustments and the second half was all about us – we kept pressing and running, we could have even scored the second goal in the dying minutes.” He also paid tribute to the performances of his substitutes. “Faris is a player with great potential,” he analysed. “Whenever he has the ball, he takes on defenders – this is something not many Singaporean players can do. Meanwhile Shahfiq were great with his passes and Nizam could have scored in the last minute.” With the four-point lead maintained, the Dazzler turned his attentions to the midweek game against Perak FA. “This is our most important game,” he explained. “Perak is a tough team, with a Brazilian striker who score goals at will. Johor will have the easier run-in, thus we need to win this game. If we do so, we can basically wrap up the title against Felda United next.” Meanwhile Johor assistant coach Ismail Ibrahim was left slightly disappointed not to be able to close the gap on the league leaders. “We came here to get three points,” he said. “The boys did really well in the first half – being organized and disciplined in defence, but it was a lack of concentration in the second which led to the equaliser. We knew the LionsXII are dangerous with their deadballs and we already prepared the defenders to deal with it, but it still happened.” With three games left to go, he maintained the belief that his side can still clinch the title. “Anything can happen really,” he concluded. “The league is still very open and we’ll try to win our last three games now.” The LionsXII will play Perak FA away on Tuesday, June 25 before returning to face Felda United for their final home game of the season on Tuesday, July 2. Do continue to support the boys in their pursuit for MSL glory!
SINGAPORE, 13 JUNE 2012: Pre-match ticket sales for the LIONSXII home match against Sabah, will go on sale this week starting tomorrow, Thursday (14th June) and Friday (15th June) from 10am to 8pm. Match-day sales will be on Saturday (16th June) from 5.00 pm onwards. Mentioned below are details of the ticket sales for the match. And fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets early to avoid any disappointment. Ticketing Details Pre-Match Sales In order to show appreciation to Singaporeans and permanent residents for their unwavering support for local football, only Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents will be entitled to purchase the pre-match tickets. Each person is entitled to purchase up to four tickets upon showing your NRIC at the sales counter. Date: Thursday (14th June) & Friday (15th June) 2012 Time: 10.00 am to 8.00 pm Venue: Jalan Besar Stadium, North Gate (next to the swimming pool) Prices: S$12.00 (Grandstand), S$7.00 (Gallery), S$7.00 (King George’s Stand), *S$2.00 (Concession for Gallery/ King George’s Stand Only) Match-Day Sales (subject to availability) Date: Saturday (16th June 2012) Time: 5.00 pm onwards Venue: Jalan Besar Stadium, North Gate (next to the swimming pool) Prices: S$12.00 (Grandstand), S$7.00 (Gallery), S$7.00 (King George’s Stand), *S$2.00 (Concession for Gallery/ King George’s Stand Only) *Students (Primary, Secondary, ITE, JC Students Only) and Senior Citizens have to produce their concession passes upon entry into the stadium. Concession tickets are also applicable to children aged 7 and below whom require a seat in the stadium. Fans of the visiting teams are advised to purchase their match tickets directly from their respective teams.