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We did it goes we won the FCC Champion ship and we couldn't be prouder of the crew. Everyone worked hard to get it here is the overview of the season:

Sharks had an enforced break of 4 weeks coming into the game due largely to the recent poor weather which made most pitches around the island unplayable. At the back of the player's mind had to be the absence of 5 regular players for their match against Mystic Footballers. To make matters worse, Salihin had to limp off 15mins into the gamewith a knee injury and with the lack of cover in defence, new Sharks player Wayne had to be introduced earlier than what the manager would have liked to do. If that wasn't bad enough, stand-in custodian Suhaime had to come off shortly afterwards when he injured his back while trying to stop a goal bound effort. That just sums up the day the Sharks had.
It all started brightly for the Sharks when Kit opened his accounts for the club with his first ever goal against the run of play with a poweful drive then dipped at the right moment leaving the opposition stranded
After two opening wins, FC was brought back down to earth after they were punished for some slacked and atrocious defending as they went down to a 3-6 defeat against leaders Redstar Woodgrove. The only positive for the game was frontman Isaac notching his second consecutive hat-trick in this campaign but it wasn't enough as his team slumped to their first defeat after 3 games
The International team however was on fire after 2 consecutive defeat in their opening games as they romped past Killer Whales 8-1 over at the Singapore Sports School. A hat-trick by Richard Benkovic, a brace from Soerensen and a goal each from Jason, Asawin and Robert ensured that the International team kickstart their poor start of the season with the morale boosting win. At the same time, the club welcomed Hamdani back from a two month layoff and his addidtion will add depth to the International team

Debutant Muhd Firdaus, a late addition into the team couldn't have chosen a better time to score his first goal for his team as he handed Sharks maximum points deep into injury time. Chasing what looked to be a lost cause; his pace enabled him to beat 2 man before firing low to the corner of the post for the winner. Heng Li had given Sharks a comfortable two goal lead at half-time before some inept displays provided Posuer a lifeline via a penalty and the leveler coming 3 mins before full-time.  

The team started with 2 changes from the last game against Taurus with Lutz and Chris coming in for Shahrizad and Kit respectively. While Poseur direct approach via long ball were causing all sorts of problem for the backline marshalled by Kelvin, it was Sharks who drew first thru Heng Li after Jeremy's free-kick found him at the far post with only 15mins of the game. He added another

Now that is one heck of a season. Good Job boys!

 


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