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buncranaboy
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Feb 23, 2010, 10:37 AM

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Are they from Japan?


No ,JJ


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G) Brunei DPMM FC



BACK OF THE NET - GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAL


Chris - an inspired guess. Can you explain their "claim to fame" ?


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Chris - an inspired guess. Can you explain their "claim to fame" ?


Not really, maybe crown prince of Brunei used to be goalkeeper and team currently banned from matches due to government inteference. Clues just tied in and good questions asked by GD and TP to confirm. Also some countries were out of the equation as they did not have grounds over 25000 spectators and one or two leagues had very few teams where there name starts with A-M


buncranaboy
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Chris - an inspired guess. Can you explain their "claim to fame" ?


Not really, maybe crown prince of Brunei used to be goalkeeper and team currently banned from matches due to government inteference. Clues just tied in and good questions asked by GD and TP to confirm. Also some countries were out of the equation as they did not have grounds over 25000 spectators and one or two leagues had very few teams where there name starts with A-M



I found them interesting as they played in the Brunei League until 2005. They then decided to move to Malaysian football and won promotion at the first attempt to the Malaysian Premier League. In 2009 they decided to move country again and opted for the S-League in Singapore whenere they promptly won the league cup. Despite being well-placed and drawing more than double the average gate of the next best-supported club,FIFA had enough of their wanderings and having played 28 games of the 33-game season they were booted out and record expunged with FIFA now banning all Brunei (which is an independent part of Borneo, by the way) clubs from participating in other countries leagues (just because they can afford to! - they are owned by the Crown Prince of Brunei).

Well done Chris, and well before #1941 !

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