Woodlands Wellington is looking to boast their forward line in the transfer window; no doubt due to the fact they have been unable to score goals regularly as they recorded a record eight-match scoreless run early in the season.
They have recruited Koreans Moon Soon Ho, former Super Reds forward, and, from Tanjong Pagar United, Hyun Jong Woon.
Moon had scored 6 goals in the 2008 campaign with then Super Reds with Hyun expected to marshal the midfield which had lacked bite.
At the same time, 18-year-old Aussie forward Grant Randall, who was recommended by former Lion R.Suriamurthi, could be registered for the Rams Prime League slot.
With the new recruits, Woodlands Wellington will finally have options upfront in term of numbers if not goals.
And this is what Rams coach Balasubramaniam hoped for as he admitted to the press the Rams needed to start being a goal threat so that the team will have belief.
For at this point, the Rams are collapsing as the players do not have any belief they can get anything once they fall behind.
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