After just 5 games into the 2010 season, Home United coach Paul Lee is showing why he was just a assistant back with Suwon in his 7 years with the Korean club.
He was not good enough to be head coach and Home United are now paying the price for hiring him in that position.
Even a two-goal lead is not enough to secure Home it second victory of the season as Woodlands Wellington fought back to draw 2-2 in the last 15 minutes.
Nelson San Martin and Choi Chul Woo had scored for the Protectors but once again Home defending was a joke even with the return of former Cameroonian international Valery Hiek to their starting lineup and questions have to be asked if Paul Lee know how to set out his team to win a match.
Afterall, Woodlands Wellington have not scored in half their matches this season and yet they were allowed to score twice in 15 minutes against a team filled with internationals.
Abdelhadi Laakkad, who has been waiting for a while for his 60th goal for Woodlands Wellington, was most grateful for that as he is now the club all-time leading scorer with Japanese defender Kazuki Yoshino getting the equaliser with less than a minute to go.
Tampines Rovers and Etoile FC played out a 1-1 draw in the other match with Qiu Li scoring for the Stags and Flavien Michelini scoring for Etoile.
Fajar Sarib, Kazuki Yoshino, Sahairi Ramri, Anaz Hadee, Luis Eduardo Hicks, (Rizawan Abdullah) Azlan Alipah, Noor Ali (C), Sazali Salleh, (Rachid Lajane) Asraf Rashid, (Nigel Vanu) Shahri Musa, Abdelhadi Laakkad
Lionel Lewis, (Firdaus Indros) Juma’at Jantan, Shariff Samat, Valery Hiek, Nelson San Martin, Rosman Sulaiman, (Rosman Sulaiman) Isa Halim, Sharil Ishak (C), (Ridhwan Osman) Sherif El-Masri, Zulfadli Zainal Abidin, Choi Chul Woo
Hassan Sunny, Ismadi Mukhtar, Park Yo Seb, (Seiji Kaneko) Zulkarnaen Zainal (C), Benoit Croissant, Akihiro Nakamura, Imran Sahib, Shukor Zailan, (Jamil Ali) Aliff Shafaein, Aleksandar Duric, (Khairul Amri)Qiu Li
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