Monday, January 09, 2012
Dazza's At Balestier
It's probably the worst kept secret in Singapore football beyond the would DPMM rejoin in 2012 but Darren Stewart has moved to take charge of Balestier Khalsa after several years with Gombak United.
Stewart had built an exciting team at the Bulls a couple of years back and looked set to break the Uniforms monopoly on the SLeague when it was decided by the powers that be that Gabrial Obatala and Kingsley Njoku could no longer stay in the country therefore depriving the team of their first choice strikers with the seasons just 180 minutes old.
Joining Stewart at Toa Payoh will be some familiar faces including, I understand, Goran Subara, the Aussie utility man who had an unlucky time in Indonesia with PSM last year.
Also in is Patrick Pahan, a striker from Tanjong Pagar United.
Let's see which of Stewart or Nenad Bacina at Hougang United would do better at the end of the 2012 season, both pretty decent coaches but had to work with much constrained resources.Post a Comment