THEY might still be smarting from a shock defeat to Negeri Sembilan in the Malaysian Charity Shield last Saturday, but Kelantan are confident of spoiling the LionsXII's big night.
HOW BRO, can win or not?
WHEN the Malaysia Cup was first moved to the National Stadium in 1973, Singapore went unbeaten there for seven years in the competition.
The Malaysian Super League (MSL) opener against Kelantan tonight will be where Agu Casmir will attempt to make a killing.
LEE MAN Hon is without a doubt a household name with many Singapore football fans.
TNP PICTURE: Kelvin Chng
WITH the LionsXII due to meet Malaysian Super League champions Kelantan FA tomorrow, we sent our man David Lee on a scouting mission.
TNP PICTURE: Gavin Foo
SHOW them how you play football, and make yourself a star.
JUST like how his elder brother introduced him to the Malaysia Cup fever of the 90s, Arulananthan Suppiah wants to instil the same passion in his two sons.
REPORTING FROM KUALA LUMPUR
BEWARE the wounded Red Warriors.
TNP ILLUSTRATION: Chng Choon Hiong
The biggest thrill derived from an exercise such as picking a Singapore's Malaysia Cup all-time best 11 is that it sets minds thinking.
Saturday, June 22
Jalan Besar Stadium
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