2002 S.League

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S. League
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Season 2002
Champions Singapore Armed Forces
4th S.League title
Matches played 198
Goals scored 742 (3.75 per match)
Top goalscorer Mirko Grabovac
(36 - all domestic competitions)
Biggest home win Singapore Armed Forces 9-0 Sembawang Rangers
(15 June 2002)
Biggest away win Sengkang Marine 0-9 Geylang United
(18 July 2002)
Highest scoring

Sengkang Marine 5-5 Sembawang Rangers
(27 July 2002)

Balestier Central 4-6 Sengkang Marine
(5 September 2002)
2001
2003

2002 S.League was the seventh season of Singapore's professional football league. It was won by Singapore Armed Forces, which was their fourth league title.

Foreign players[edit]

Each club is allowed to have up to a maximum of 4 foreign players.

Club Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Former Player
Balestier Central None Germany Jorg Steinebrunner Nigeria Joseph Theddeus Nigeria Itimi Wilson None
Clementi Khalsa Brazil Leonardo Silva Romania Bogdan Brasoveanu Nigeria Wisdom Onyekwere Nigeria Emmanuel Unaka Japan Masahiro Iwata
Japan Sato Taichi
Geylang International Australia Aleksandar Đurić Australia Brian Bothwell Australia Nebojsa Vukosavljevic None None
Gombak United Thailand Surachai Jaturapattarapong Fiji Veresa Toma Senegal Diallo Abdullaye Guinea Ballamodou Conde Ghana Dennis Suglo
Home United Japan Hiroaki Tanaka Brazil Egmar Gonçalves Brazil Peres De Oliveira England William Bone Brazil Edson Garcia
Jurong FC South Korea Park Tae-won Nigeria Okoye Emeka Nigeria Precious Emuejeraye Brazil Fabio Da Silva South Korea Cho Hyun Jin
SAFFC Thailand Therdsak Chaiman Croatia Nenad Baćina Croatia Mirko Grabovac Guinea Ballamodou Conde None
Sengkang Marine Australia Simon Harland England Daniel Hill England Grant Holt Australia Todd Harnwell England Chris Downey
Sembawang Rangers Japan Akihiro Nakamura Thailand Pitipong Kuldilog Thailand Tawan Sripan Thailand Niweat Siriwong None
Tampines Rovers Australia Demetrios Bakis Australia Paul O'Grady Serbia Fahrudin Mustafić Serbia Sead Muratović Brazil Joselito Da Silva
Brazil Luciano de Oliveira
Tanjong Pagar United Thailand Sutee Suksomkit Thailand Choketawee Promrut Thailand Thawatchai Ongtrakul Thailand Wolapan Toontone
Woodlands England John Wilkinson England Simon Clark Nigeria Itimi Dickson Nigeria Agu Casmir Thailand Anuruck Srikerd

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Club Goals
1 Mirko Grabovac Singapore Armed Forces 36
2 Bosnia and HerzegovinaAustralia Aleksandar Đurić Geylang United 32
3 Thailand Therdsak Chaiman Singapore Armed Forces 27
4 Nigeria Agu Casmir Woodlands Wellington 26
5 Noh Alam Shah Sembawang Rangers 24
6 Nigeria Itimi Owepa Wilson Balestier Central 23
6 South Korea Park Tae-Won Jurong 23
6 Ismail Fitrey Tampines Rovers 23
9 Nigeria Wisdom Onyekwere Clementi Khalsa 22
10 Mohd Noor Ali Geylang United 20

Note: Goals in all domestic competitions, including the S.League and Singapore Cup.[1]

References[edit]