21 years old (as of May 24).
Draftee of the Singapore Armed Forces
Have trouble watching games live due to time zone differences and my work commitments as a soldier. I intend to make a pilgrimage to Pittsburgh & Chicago after I serve my term in the army (2 years) and graduate from college (4 years).
Lifelong Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Bulls & Manchester United fan.
Seen a few games but never seriously followed the Penguins until just after Mario's 2001 comeback. I remember where I was when it was announced that the Penguins had won the entry draft lottery in 2005 and I watch Game 7 of the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals against Detroit whenever I am depressed.
Started watching just before Jordan's second comeback. Pippen's still my favorite former Bulls player today. I have fond memories of Rodzilla & the flu game. Like most other Bulls fans now, I'm getting increasingly jaded by our management but still hopefully optimistic for our future with Derrick Rose & Joakim Noah. I'll keep the Hinrich Hope alive!
I've stopped watching soccer seriously for a while after the 2002 World Cup. The first year I watched this team, we lost the premiership to Arsenal. The year later, I was sitting in the living room 2 days after my 10th birthday with some old classmates watching Sheringham and old supersub, Solskjear, spark one of the greatest comebacks in soccer history, winning the magnificent treble. Since then, it's been awhile since I kept up with team news and it was a rude shock when I found out recently that not only has Keano retired, he's even been transferred. The friends that I watched the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final with I have lost contact with but my 3 favorite players, Giggs, Scholes & Gary Neville, are still there.
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