Asian Champs
  •  June 3, 2007

    “Swans jumpers” have recently been sighted in far away places like Singapore and Tokyo… Well, fakes have been sighted. But I guess you need to expect that in a region where, seemingly, every country’s national colours are red and white. The Singapore […]

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  •  June 1, 2007

    In news just to hand, the Organising Committee of the 2007 Asian Champs has just announced through the President of the Thailand Tigers that at this year’s Champs: 1. Each team will play with 14 a side. Each team will have […]

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  •  June 1, 2007

    Today, the Vietnam Swans Blog site punched through the 500 hits barrier. 300 of those hits have come in the past 8 days. When asked by the International Association of Domestic Bloggers (IADB) to respond to this amazing feat, the Swans President […]

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  •  May 31, 2007

    While the Asian heavy weights argue about light weight issues such as “seeding or random draws?” and “14 or 16 players?”, the Swans are beginning to focus more intently on the things that matter most: At the Champs, should we be wearing […]

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  •  May 31, 2007

    Today (yesterday, truth be known), Potsy officially became the 31st person to sign up for the Vietnam Swans touring party. Apparently he was able to secure a ticket of leave from Hanoi’s world famous, “Relax Bar”. Rumours were strong beforehand that this […]

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  •  May 30, 2007

    Hot on the heels of the previous day’s frenzy of emails being fired between Asia’s Footy Houses, things went unusually quiet. By lunchtime, still with nothing to distract the Swans from their day job, an email was urgently sent to Pizza Dan […]

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  •  May 28, 2007

    Ring-a-ding ding! The 2007 Asian Champs are already underway. Make no mistake about that. Yesterday’s blog was headlined “Proposed Match Schedule” for the Asian Champs. Today, that proposal was turned into pulverised pulp by some of the region’s biggest hitters. The Malaysian […]

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  •  May 28, 2007

    Marty Sharples’ life in Laos is on fire with his mates as they train for the Champs. We’ve just received this piece of enthusiastic news from Marty and the boys: Geez it’s exciting. The Vientiane chapter had a kick around last […]

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  •  May 27, 2007

    The Organising Commitee for the 2007 Asian Champs has just released the proposed match schedule. The Vietnam Swans are in Group B and are scheduled to play China, Thailand, Bali and Japan – before we play off in the Grand […]

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  •  May 27, 2007

    Saturday, 26 May 2007 – SIN Vs MALAYSIA. Under the watchful eyes of former Pres, Dave “Flyer” Kainey and former Captain Coach, JD, the Singapore Wombats beat the Malaysian Warriors at home by 4 goals. 

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  •  May 24, 2007

    If you’re wondering what the difference is between playing 14 or 16 a side at this year’s Asian Champs, you’ll understand why this very point is currently being debated at the highest levels of Asian Football. Some are saying that […]

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