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PM Lee single-handedly wins Malaysian Super League

Posted on 03 July 2013

His presence orchestrated a 4-0 romp of opponents.


Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong single-handedly orchestrated the LionsXII’s Malaysian Super League win last night.

And the win has been hailed by many across the land who gave credit to the prime minister for taking time off his busy schedule to go watch people kick a ball around when he could be tending to the economy.

Kwa Tak Kew, a PAP supporter, said: “PM Lee has always been the 12th man in the team. The LionsXII was effectively named after him.”

Moreover, PM Lee’s dynamic presence had a hold on the game.

Jin Sat Ki, a soccer fan who also wears white, said: “PM Lee is so powerful his mere presence caused the opponent to score an own goal.”

Another PAP supporter said the Singapore soccer team did well and deserves credit.

Poh Lan Pah, a status quo-maintaining fellow, said: “This 4-0 decisive victory is due to PM Lee’s attendance. Singapore wouldn’t have won otherwise.”

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