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Get ready for Tiger sightings in Yishun, where S-League's Malaysian side Harimau Muda will be based

SINGAPORE - Tiger sightings are rare occurrences in these parts, but come Feb 9, Yishun looks set to be overrun by these predators - the footballing kind that is. Ong Kim Swee, coach of Malaysian side Harimau Muda or Young Tigers, was in Singapore yesterday as part of a Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) delegation which paid a visit to Yishun Stadium, the home of the Tigers for the 2012 Great Eastern-Yeo's S-League season. "In Malaysia we've got some big stadiums with pitches that are not well maintained, and while Yishun is not as big a stadium as some of those we've got, the pitch is not too bad at all. "It's good enough for football, and we're looking forward to playing here," he told Today. Malaysia's Harimau Muda will play in Singapore domestic football competitions as part of a four-year deal between the FAM and the Football Association of Singapore which also s...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Sports/EDC120120-0000053/Malay...

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