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Noh Alam Shah was born on 3 September, 1980 in Singapore, is a Singaporean footballer and manager. At 40 years old, Noh Alam Shah height is 5 ft 10 in (178.0 cm).

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Noh Alam Shah Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 3 September 1980
Birthday 3 September
Birthplace Singapore
Nationality Singapore

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Weight 78 kg
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His wife is Shakina Akeb

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Noh Alam Shah Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Noh Alam Shah worth at the age of 42 years old? Noh Alam Shah’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Singapore. We have estimated Noh Alam Shah's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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After FAS Singapore announced that Tanjong Pagar United are rejoining Singapore Premier League for the 2020 season, the club announced that Noh Alam Shah was appointed as the team manager.


On 20 August 2015, Alam Shah was spotted driving GrabCar, a private on-demand chauffeur service on the GrabTaxi app platform. He remains a local hero.

After his career in Tampines Rovers, Noh Alam Shah decided to retire after the 2015 season of S League.

On 10 August 2015, Alam Shah was accused by Brunei DPMM FC head coach Steve Kean of spitting on his face at the end of a tumultuous Singapore Cup clash between Tampines Rovers and the Bruneian side. The striker denied doing so.

On 21 November 2015, Alam Shah was sent off after an on-pitch incident with Harimau Muda goalkeeper, Ilham Amirullah at the last minute. It was the final match for the 2015 S.League season. After receiving red card, he tried to attack one of the Harimau Muda defenders but was quickly held on by his teammates.


He went back to Tampines Rovers in 2014 and scored 9 league goals in 29 games for the team.


On 15 February 2013, in the morning it was confirmed that Alam Shah training in Maguwoharjo International Stadium, PSS Sleman home base. He will join ex teammate's in Arema IPL such as Budi Sudarsono, Waluyo, Aji Saka, Juan Revi, and Wahyu Gunawan.

Alam Shah recently scored on his League debut with the Indonesian First Division club PSS Sleman on Sunday, 28 April 2013, the match ended 2:0 with Alam Shah scores in the 32nd and 79th minute to seal 3 points for the team. However, during the course of the season, he suffered multiple injuries while playing for the team and hence was released by the club in late-October 2014 ending the season with just 2 goals in 11 games.




On 5 February 2012,due to salary dispute, Arema announced that the club had accepted Alam Shah's resignation.

On 28 June 2012, it was confirmed that Alam Shah will return to defending champions Tampines Rovers FC, signing a 6 months contract with the club . He scored 5 goals in 14 games. However, after the conclusion of the season he choose not to renew his contract with the club and decided to try his luck playing at Indonesia again.


On 2 March 2011, Alam Shah scored a penalty for Arema against Japanese giants Cerezo Osaka in an AFC Champions League group match, thus becoming the first Singaporean footballer to score in the competition for a non-Singapore club.

On 15 June 2011, Alam Shah was offended by the remark Miroslav Janů when a television interview before the match against Arema vs Persisam Putra Samarinda. When the team returned after the match, Alam Shah was no longer able to hold back emotions as he did not play at all by Janu. Alam Shah took a golf stick and fought with Janu. Assistant coach Tony Ho then restrained the both of them. The situation eased after Arema players restrained Alam Shah. Janu reasoned Alam Shah did not play in the last five games due to players from Singapore had never participated in the training, perhaps because Alam Shah had not received a salary.


Noh Alam Shah's goals in 2010 came in two matches in the AFC Asian Cup 2011 qualification group stages. He scored in the 1–3 defeat to Iran at the National Stadium in Singapore and in the final group game against Jordan, which Singapore lost 1–2, at the King Abdullah Stadium in Amman.

Following the retirement of national skipper Indra Sahdan in 2010, Alam Shah's name has been going around as one of the favourites to take over Indra's reign as Singapore's captain, mainly due to his influential status within the Singapore camp, along with the passionate displays he has shown on international games.

However, he was later dropped from Raddy Avramovic's squad after disappointing performances at the 2010 AFF Championship.

On 11 May 2010, Alam Shah was sent off after an on-pitch incident with Persela Lamongan's defender F.X. Yanuar Wahyu. In the 70th minute, Alam Shah grabbed Yanuar from the genitalia and squeezed. Yanuar then spun around and knocked Alam Shah down. Both players were sent off. While leaving the pitch, Alam Shah lunged at the Persela players and had to be restrained by teammates and stewards. Arema won the match 2–1. Alam Shah was subsequently banned for one match.


On 11 September 2009 he scored a hat-trick against Sengkang Punggol FC in his last match for Tampines Rovers before joining Arema Malang.

Alam Shah joined Arema in 2009, citing poor attendances at S.League matches that led to poor motivation, and FAS's requirement of passing the fitness test before being allowed to play in a match. One of the reasons given for leaving S.League was that he felt he was given unfair treatment by referees.

Alam Shah wore the captain's armband in an international friendly against China PR (National Day Challenge) on 12 August 2009. Singapore drew 1–1 with China PR (losing 3–4 on penalties), with Alam Shah scoring in the 9th minute.


Alam Shah joined PDRM FA upon completion of his ban in June 2008.

Alam Shah returned to Singapore to play for Tampines Rovers on 29 August 2008 in a S.League match against Gombak United. He scored his first goal after his ban, against Balestier Khalsa, on 11 September 2008.

Initially, it was thought that the ban would not prevent Alam Shah from playing at club-level outside Singapore, and he made arrangements to join PDRM FA of the Super League Malaysia. However, in January 2008, the Football Association of Malaysia confirmed that under FIFA rules, member associations are required to respect domestic bans imposed by other associations, and therefore Alam Shah would not be eligible to play club-level football in Malaysia until his ban was completed.

On 29 April 2008, Alam Shah appealed successfully to reduce his ban from 12 months to 7 months by the FAS's Disciplinary Committee. Although his was ban was almost halved, he still missed out the remaining three games of Singapore's World Cup 2010 qualifying campaign.


Alam Shah is also well known for his volatile temper, which got him into trouble on a number of occasions. An incident of violent conduct when he knocked another player unconscious while playing for Tampines Rovers in the 2007 Singapore Cup final led to Alam Shah being given a 12-month ban from playing club-level football. The ban was later reduced to 7 months on appeal.

In 2007, he scored a late goal against Liaoning Guangyuan to become the first player to score 100 goals for the club. The tally came from 88 goals in the league and 12 goals in the domestic cup competitions.

In a 2007 AFF Championship group stage match between Singapore and Laos, Alam Shah scored seven goals in an 11–0 win for Singapore. This seven-goal haul included a bicycle kick. This was the last bicycle kick to be scored at the old National Stadium. This was not only a record win for the Singapore national team, but also a record number of goals scored by an individual player in an 'A' international game for Singapore. Singapore went on to win the championship, and Alam Shah received the 'Most Valuable Player' award for his impressive displays in the tournament.

In the 2007 Singapore Cup final between Tampines Rovers and SAFFC, Alam Shah was sent off in the final minutes of the games after an incident involving his fellow national teammate Daniel Bennett. Alam Shah kneed Bennett in the head during a tussle for the ball and, after being dragged away by his teammates, he returned and kicked Bennett in the head. Bennett was knocked unconscious and had to be taken to hospital. Tampines lost the match 4–3. As a result of the incident, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Disciplinary Committee, banned Alam Shah from playing in all FAS-sanctioned domestic matches and tournaments for 12 months and fined him S$2,000.


At club level, he was a member of the Tampines Rovers team which won Singapore's S.League in 2004 and 2005.


After stints with Sembawang Rangers and the Singapore Armed Forces Football Club (SAFFC), Alam Shah joined Tampines Rovers in 2003. He helped the Stags win the S.League title in 2004 and 2005.


Alam Shah is also well remembered by Singapore fans for scoring a dramatic late equaliser against Kuwait in a World Cup qualifier in 2001, and for scoring in a 2–0 victory over Iraq during the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers in 2006.


Mohd Noh Alam Shah (born 3 September 1980) is a retired professional football player from Singapore who currently manages Tanjong Pagar United. Once regarded as one of the best forwards in South East Asia, Alam Shah was a member of the Singapore national football team when it won the AFF Championship in 2005 and 2007. At the 2007 competition, he was the top individual scorer and was named the 'Most Valuable Player' of the tournament. He is overall top goalscorer in AFF Championship history, with 17 goals.