Jose Mourinho is up to his old tricks again.
TNP PHOTO: LIM SAY HENG
Shuttlers Liang Xiaoyu and Yeo Jia Min may not have won any medals at the Asian Youth Games (AYG) in Nanjing this year, but their coach is tipping them to be world-beaters in the future.
TNP PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR
If you were at the Toa Payoh Sports Hall this week, you would have noticed an Englishwoman in Singapore colours at the Netball Nations Cup, flailing herself at passes in the defensive third.
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A one-point return from White Hart Lane would have been welcomed under normal circumstances, but then again, Manchester United’s season can hardly be classified as “normal”.
Hull City put Liverpool firmly in their place last night. And their place isn’t the Premier League summit.
Brendan Rodgers is assembling an accomplished squad, but the jigsaw isn’t complete. Pieces are still missing.
His name was not on the list of athletes tipped to win the men’s race at the 2013 Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore (SCMS) yesterday.
But Luka Kipkemboi Chelimo was not too fussed as he was only interested in going as fast as he could over the 42.195km route.
Hazim Faiz Hassan was in a daze.
Clutching the TNP-Dollah Kassim Award in one hand and the Singapore Pools Passport to Excellence in the other, the National Football Academy (NFA) Under-18 striker could not believe that he had won.
TNP PHOTO: LATASHNI GOBI NATHAN
Sheik Ferdous, the second son of former silat champion Sheik Alau’ddin, will be making his South-east Asia (SEA) Games debut later this month.
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