Khairul Amri

Khairul Amri

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Khairul Amri (born 15 March 1985) is a Singaporean professional soccer player who plays for Persiba Balikpapan in the ISL and the Singapore national football team.

He was named the first ever Lions’ Player of the Year for his performance in the 2006 season on 4 January 2007.

Club career

He has previously played for the S.League club Young Lions.

A National Football Academy graduate, he is a player in the Singapore national football team, affectionately known as the Lions. He was amongst the top scorers in the 2006 season of the S.League and many of his goals have come from free kicks.

The 2006 S.League season was a breakthrough season for the youngster, scoring more than 20 goals in all competitions, including a 4-bagger in a Malaysia FA Cup match. He captained the Young Lions team in 2007 after then-captain Baihakki Khaizan left for Geylang United.

In the middle transfer window of the 2008 season, Khairul Amri moved to Tampines Rovers and capped off the season winning the S-League's Young Player of The Year. He sustained a metatarsal injury in the 88th minute of the third-place play-offs of the Singapore Cup 2008 against his former club, the Young Lions, which ruled him out for two months.

In 2010 he joined Persiba Balikpapan.

International career

Amri scored for Singapore in his first start for the national team in the first leg of the final of the 2004 Tiger Cup against Indonesia. A few month later, he scored the opener in the 2-0 victory in the 2007 Asian Cup qualifiers...
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