Kamikaze take on their biggest opposition to date in their 10-year history when they play Defending Division 1 Champions Happy Feet in the second league match on Sunday. This definitely would rank up there as the biggest match in the team's history and it is precisely because they wanted days like these that the management made the tough decision of leaving ESPZEN prematurely to join MOF's Division 1.
Happy Feet are easily one of the top-3 teams in amateur football in Singapore and they play a brand of football that is very easily associated with teams like Bayern and Barca. Kamikaze on the other hand have been steadily building up for a day like this and the team is quietly confident.
We are definitely the underdogs and more important than anything is the football that we deliver on the day. However, there is optimism within the team camp that the team will give a good account of itself. For those who have to catch the excitement in person, head on down to Marsiling Secondary on 6th Apr at 11 am to catch Kamikaze taking on Happy Feet. Will the Divine wind soar with Honour or will they be gunned down by their premier opponents? Watch this space!!!