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AIA Singapore Premier League 2021 – Round 12

  • Jurong East Stadium
  • Saturday 3 July 2021, 5:30 pm
Albirex Niigata FC
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Lion City Sailors FC
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Lion City Sailors FC vs Young Lions

AIA Singapore Premier League 2021 – Round 11

Saturday 22 May 2021, 5:30 pm, Jalan Besar Stadium
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Albirex Niigata FC vs Lion City Sailors FC

AIA Singapore Premier League 2021 – Round 12

Saturday 3 July 2021, 5:30 pm, Jurong East Stadium
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Tampines Rovers FC vs Lion City Sailors FC

AIA Singapore Premier League 2021 – Round 13

Sunday 11 July 2021, 5:30 pm, Our Tampines Hub

League Table 2021

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Jorge Fellipe

DEFENDERS

Nationality: Brazilian

DOB/Age: 27 October 1988 (32)

Previous Clubs: Juventude (2009-2010), Tombense (2010-2013), Figueirense (2010 – loan), Náutico (2011 – loan), Paysandu (2011-2012 – loan), Duque de Caxias (2012 – loan), América (2012 – loan), Boavista (2013), Nova Iguaçu (2013-2016), Madureira (2016, 2017), Athletico Paranaense (2016-2017), CSA (2017-2018), Aves (2018-2019), Damac (2019-2020), Farense (2020), Al-Tai (2020-2021)

An experienced professional who has played in top leagues across the globe throughout his career, including the Brazil Serie A and the Portuguese Primeira Liga, Jorge was brought in to add steel and experience to the Sailors’ backline. Calm and assured under pressure, the towering-centre-back also has the passing range to help ensure that the team is able to continue along coach Aurelio Vidmar’s philosophy of playing out from the back.

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Faris Ramli

FORWARDS

Nationality: Singaporean

DOB/Age: 24 August 1992 (29)

Previous Clubs: Young Lions (2010-2012, 2014), LionsXII (2013-2014, 2015), Home United (2016-2017), PKNS FC (2018), Hougang United (2019), Terengganu FA (2020)

Having established himself as one of Singapore’s fastest and trickiest wingers, Faris is a household name who adds speed, creativity and goals to the Sailors. An integral part of the LionsXII side that won the Malaysian Super League (MSL) in 2013 and the Malaysia FA Cup in 2015, Faris is no stranger to the demands of playing for a title-chasing team, and his experience will undoubtedly prove invaluable to the Sailors in our quest for honours.

10

Diego Lopes

MIDFIELDERS

Nationality: Brazilian

DOB/Age: 3 May 1994 (27)

Previous Clubs: Benfica (2012-13), Rio Ave (2012-13 – loan, 2013-2015, 2018-2021), Benfica (2015-2018), Kayserispor (2015-2016 – loan), América Mineiro (2016 – loan), Panetolikos (2017-2018 – loan)

Diego might carry the expectations of being the Singapore Premier League’s first-ever multi-million dollar signing, but he certainly has the ability to back it up. Having come through the Benfica youth system, Diego went on to establish himself in the Portuguese league as a goalscoring midfielder with superb technical ability and an eye for a killer pass. His creativity and goal threat from the middle of the park will help to raise the Sailors’ game to the next level.

09

Stipe Plazibat

FORWARDS

Nationality: Croatian

DOB/Age: 31 August 1989 (31)

Previous Clubs: Nk Solin (2008-2011), HNK Sibenik (2011), NK Dugopolje (2012), FK Rabotnički (2012-2013), FC Gifu (2013-2014), V-Varen Nagasaki (2014-2015), NK Dugopolje (2015), Hougang United (2016; 2019-2020), Home United (2017), Bangkok glass (2018), Nk Solin (2018-2019)

A clinical finisher with an uncanny ability to be at the right place, at the right time, Stipe joined the Sailors from Hougang United in the second half of 2020 to add firepower to the forward line that he has been tasked to lead. The Croatian is clearly equipped for the task: He has already amassed a whopping 54 goals in 70 Singapore Premier League appearances during two separate stints in the country. Stipe is no stranger to the Bishan Stadium having played for Home United in a stellar 2017 season that saw him score 37 goals and notch 14 assists, with the forward hoping to pick up where he left off.

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Hassan Sunny

GOALKEEPERS

Nationality: Singaporean

DOB/Age: 2 April 1984 (36)

Previous Clubs: Geylang United (2003, 2006-2007), Young Lions (2004-2005), Tampines Rovers (2008-2011), Warriors FC (2012-2014), Army United (2015-2016, 2018-2019), Home United (2017)

Nicknamed “Superman” for his bravery and ability to pull off stunning saves, Hassan is one of Singapore’s best-ever goalkeepers. His many career achievements include being the first goalkeeper to win the S.League Player of the Year award, as well as being named among the top-20 goalkeepers in the world by UK-based publication The Telegraph in 2016. With a combined four seasons abroad at Thailand’s Army United, along with his vast experience in the local and international football scene, Hassan is undoubtedly one of the Sailors’ most important players.

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Naqiuddin Eunos

DEFENDERS

Nationality: Singaporean

DOB/Age: 12 January 1997 (23)

Previous Clubs: Young Lions (2018-2019)

An energetic player and a good crosser of the ball, Naqiuddin was started out as a winger, but has since been converted to a full-back for the Sailors. Having made his professional bow in 2018, Naqiuddin has since improved leaps and bounds, and featured in 18 SPL games for his previous club, the Young Lions, in the 2019 season, where he caught the eye with his lively and tenacious displays. That earned him the move to the Sailors in 2020, where he will look to improve even more as he continues his rise to the top.

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Shahdan Sulaiman

MIDFIELDERS

Nationality: Singaporean

DOB/Age: 9 May 1988 (32)

Previous Clubs: Tampines Rovers (2006-2008, 2010-2011, 2013-2014, 2016-2017, 2019), Home United (2009-2010), Young Lions (2011), LionsXII (2012, 2015), Melaka United (2018)

A set-piece specialist who is capable of delivering dead balls with pinpoint accuracy, the experienced Shahdan is undoubtedly one of the most technically-gifted midfielders in Singapore in the last decade. Signing for the Sailors after a standout 2019 season with Tampines Rovers, where he won the Singapore Cup and earned himself a nomination for the SPL Player of the Year award, Shahdan is a well-respected member of the squad who is valued for his creativity and passing ability, and his presence will surely help to push the Sailors to greater heights.

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Song Uiyoung

MIDFIELDERS

Nationality: South Korean

DOB/Age: 8 November 1993 (27)

Previous Clubs: Home United (2012-2019)

Known for his high work rate and superb technical abilities, Song has come a long way since his arrival in Singapore eight years ago. Having overcome the initial language barrier, the South Korean has since become one of the most accomplished midfielders in the SPL. His knack for scoring was also evident in 2018, as he plundered 20 goals to help Home United finish as ASEAN Zonal champions in the AFC Cup. An integral part of the Sailors, Song’s performances on the pitch will be key to helping the club achieve further success.

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Jorge Fellipe

DEFENDERS
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Nationality: Brazilian

DOB/Age: 27 October 1988 (32)

Previous Clubs: Juventude (2009-2010), Tombense (2010-2013), Figueirense (2010 – loan), Náutico (2011 – loan), Paysandu (2011-2012 – loan), Duque de Caxias (2012 – loan), América (2012 – loan), Boavista (2013), Nova Iguaçu (2013-2016), Madureira (2016, 2017), Athletico Paranaense (2016-2017), CSA (2017-2018), Aves (2018-2019), Damac (2019-2020), Farense (2020), Al-Tai (2020-2021)

An experienced professional who has played in top leagues across the globe throughout his career, including the Brazil Serie A and the Portuguese Primeira Liga, Jorge was brought in to add steel and experience to the Sailors’ backline. Calm and assured under pressure, the towering-centre-back also has the passing range to help ensure that the team is able to continue along coach Aurelio Vidmar’s philosophy of playing out from the back.

04

Jorge Fellipe

DEFENDERS
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Faris Ramli

FORWARDS
10

Diego Lopes

MIDFIELDERS
09

Stipe Plazibat

FORWARDS
18

Hassan Sunny

GOALKEEPERS
19

Naqiuddin Eunos

DEFENDERS
08

Shahdan Sulaiman

MIDFIELDERS
14

Song Uiyoung

MIDFIELDERS

LION CITY SAILORS

Our name reflects our pride in our home town of Singapore - the Lion City - as well as our affiliation with homegrown internet company Sea, where colleagues are known as ‘sailors’. The club’s five values - we serve, we adapt, we run, we commit, we stay humble - reflect those of Sea and represent our commitment to setting a new standard of excellence for Singapore football.

LION CITY SAILORS

Our name reflects our pride in our home town of Singapore - the Lion City - as well as our affiliation with homegrown internet company Sea, where colleagues are known as ‘sailors’. The club’s five values - we serve, we adapt, we run, we commit, we stay humble - reflect those of Sea and represent our commitment to setting a new standard of excellence for Singapore football.

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