Balestier Khalsa coach Darren Stewart is expecting big thing from new signing Qiu Li.
The Singapore international had a poor Suzuki Cup outing where he only started one game and was even substituted out the Laos game before half-time as he was clearly unfit.
But it could be a different story now for the upcoming S-league season.
The Australian described the forward as fully fit now and he had a great friendly against Courts Young Lions with 5 shots on target despite not being on the scoreline
It could be great news for the Toa Poyah club if the 32-year-old remain in such conditions for the S-league season for despite finishing in their best position of 6th since the merger they clearly lacked goals scoring 23 goals in 23 games.
A fully fit Qiu Li can add to that tally.
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