is a former Singapore international footballer who played as a right wing-back for Tanjong Pagar United in the S.League.
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|Date of Birth||2 December 1976|
|Age||45 years old|
|Also Known for||Athlete|
Also Known by the Full name Bernard Lim Soon Seng, is a Good Athlete. He was born on 2 December 1976, in Singapore. is a beautiful and populous city located in Singapore Singapore.
Early Life Story, Family Background and Education
Lim was born to a taxi driver and a housewife. He studied at Balestier Primary School and Thomson Secondary School before enrolling in the mechanical engineering course at Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
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Bernard Lim Soon Seng Net Worth
Bernard Lim Soon Seng has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Athlete. Famously known as the Athlete of Singapore. He is seen as one of the most successful Athlete of all times. Bernard Lim Soon Seng Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful Singaporean Athlete.
Lim Soon entered the career as Athlete In his early life after completing his formal education..
|Estimated Net Worth in 2022||$0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2021)||Being Updated|
|Earning in 2021||Not Available|
|Annual Salary||Being Updated|
|Cars Info||Not Available|
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Life Story & Timeline
As of December 2004, Lim was working as a property agent.
Lim’s doctors had initially advised him against a return to football but he passed the S.League medical and was later certified medically fit in 2002. Following the end of his National Service and his release by Tanjong Pagar United, Lim signed a two-year part-time contract with Tampines Rovers in March 2002 after training with them for a month. At his request, Lim was registered as a reserve league player in order to work himself back into fitness.
On 16 June 2002, Lim was arrested for alleged disorderly behaviour and assaulting a police officer. His playing contract was terminated by Tampines Rovers and he was sacked from his logistics administrator job at the club chairman’s company. Lim received an eight-week prison sentence in July 2002.
By March 2000, Lim was training with Gombak United. The club wanted to sign Lim but he had three months left on his contract with Tanjong Pagar United, which he had to serve after completing his National Service in February 2002. S.League rules also stated that a player cannot play for another club for the rest of the season if his contract ends midway through the season. The transfer collapsed after both clubs failed to agree on a compensation fee for the remainder of his contract.
Lim was seriously injured in an accident while riding his motorbike under the influence in January 1999. The injuries left him with impaired vision, coordination problems slower reflexes on the left side of his body and he had to undergo reconstruction of a ligament in his left knee. He attempted to make a comeback with Tampines Rovers in 2002 but was sacked by the club after he received an eight-week prison sentence in July 2002 for alleged disorderly behaviour and assaulting a police officer.
Lim met up with national teammates R. Sasikumar and Robin Chitrakar at Clarke Quay on the night of 6 January 1999 after a national team training session was cancelled due to rain. In the early morning of the following day, the trio proceeded to Newton Food Centre. At 6.07 am, Lim lost control of his motorbike under the influence near Kramal Lane and was sent to the intensive care unit at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Lim suffered a mild stroke following an impact to his head, which left him with impaired vision, coordination problems and slower reflexes on the left side of his body. He went into a coma for a few days and was discharged after two weeks. He later underwent reconstruction of a ligament in his left knee.
Lim returned to light training with Tanjong Pagar United in March but sat out the entire 1999 season. He stopped training with Tanjong Pagar United after he was enlisted for National Service in September and took to drinking. He served National Service as a clerk; Singapore Armed Forces had the option to register him as a player but chose not to.
He was named in the 25-man provisional squad for the Dunhill Cup in Vietnam from 29 January to 7 February 1999, but had to withdraw from the squad after his motorbike accident.
His club form led to a call up to the Singapore national team for the 1998 AFF Championship in which he made his international debut against Malaysia in the opening group match. Singapore defeated Vietnam in the final to win their first international trophy.
Lim established himself as a first-team player for the renamed Tanjong Pagar United in the 1998 season. The club ended as league runners-up to Singapore Armed Forces on goal difference but achieved a Singapore Cup and Singapore FA Cup double. In the same year, Lim was honoured as the S.League Young Player of the Year. His performances led to a call-up to the Singapore national team.
Lim received his first call-up to the Singapore squad for a training camp in May 1998. Three months later, he was named in the squad for the 1998 AFF Championship. He made his international debut coming on for the injured Aide Iskandar in the 28th minute of the group stage opening match win over Malaysia on 26 August; he assisted Ahmad Latiff Khamaruddin’s goal in the 39th minute, Singapore’s second goal in the 2–0 win. On 5 September, he came on in the 84th minute as Singapore defeated Vietnam in the final to clinch the AFF Championship, their first international trophy. Lim made a total of five substitute appearances during the tournament.
Ten days after his first reserve league appearance, Lim made his S.League debut in the 81st minute of a 2–2 away draw against defending champions Geylang United on 29 March 1997. Towards the end of the season, he replaced the injured Singapore international S. Subramani in central defence. He switched to right-back after the return of Subramani and impressed head coach Robert Alberts sufficiently to retain his place as the team’s first-choice right-back. The club ended as 1997 S.League runners-up behind Singapore Armed Forces.
Lim took up competitive football only in 1994, when he joined Tiong Bahru. He made his S.League debut in 1997 and by the following year, had established himself as a first-team player. He won the Singapore Cup and Singapore FA Cup double with the now-renamed Tanjong Pagar United in 1998, and finished league runners-up in both 1997 and 1998. His achievements won him recognition as the 1998 S.League Young Player of the Year.
Lim took up competitive football only in 1994, after he approached Tiong Bahru CSC youth coach Robert Lim and joined the National Football League club. He started out as a centre-back, captaining the reserve team of the renamed S.League club Tiong Bahru United. His name ‘Bernard’ was conceived by first team captain Lim Tong Hai (no relation) in order to distinguish the two Lims.
Bernard Lim Soon Seng (Chinese: 林顺成 ; pinyin: Lín Shùnchéng ; born 2 December 1976) is a former Singapore international footballer who played as a right wing-back for Tanjong Pagar United in the S.League.