Singapore Masters to battle Arsenal & Liverpool Masters

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Local flavour adds more heat to the competition featuring Liverpool Masters & Arsenal Masters..

Singapore is all set to witness the 'Battle of the Masters' this November when the Arsenal and Liverpool Masters face off against each other as part of Masters Football Asia. 

They have even more good news with it being confirmed that a team of Singapore Masters made up of local legends like Fandi Ahmad, V. Sundramoorthy, Malek Awab, Aleksander Duric and more will also lock horns with the illustrated names from Arsenal and Liverpool. 

The Singapore Masters have already faced the Liverpool Masters once, back in 2014, when they lost out 3-1. 

“It’s a great opportunity for all of us to come together to both relive and create new memories. We did give the players a run for their money but were unlucky at the last match back in 2014, so we’re looking forward to challenging them again!” said Aleksandar Duric.

The event will be held at the National Stadium in Singapore on November 11. The three-team tournament will feature 40-minute matches in a round robin format. 

The Liverpool Masters will be made up of stars like Steve McManaman, David James, John Arne Riise and Luis Garcia while the Arsenal Masters, making their debut in the competition, will feature the likes of Robert Pirès, Nigel Winterburn, Gilberto Silva and Mikaël Silvestre. 

All tickets purchased for the event before 31st August are also eligible for a contest to win an exclusive spot for children between 6-14 years of age in a one-hour football clinic led by the Arsenal Masters and Liverpool Masters at the National Stadium on Match Day. 

 

 

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