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He has played just 126 minutes of football in the S-League this year.
So you can hardly blame Balestier Khalsa midfielder Poh Yi Feng for doubting his first national call-up, which was confirmed yesterday.
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Brunei DPMM coach Vjeran Simunic was adamant that his team would have won their RHB Singapore Cup clash with Home United last night, if it weren’t for one reason.
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I will be the first to admit – it’s been a disappointing week for the LionsXII.
Two consecutive draws against Kedah and Kuala Lumpur have left us too far behind in the Malaysian Super League title race.
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More than half of the latest national squad will be made up of LionsXII players, The New Paper has learnt.
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Victoria Junior College netted their 10th consecutive National Schools A Division Girls’ hockey title yesterday.
Twenty-one years after Kenny Dalglish first left the club in 1991, the club are back at square one in what must be the longest rebuilding process ever.
There are people who will view the demise of Kenny Dalglish (above) as hilarious and there will be people who will see it as a blessed relief.
I don’t subscribe to either of those views. I just think it’s ever so sad.
Chelsea fans won't need any introduction to Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben.
HE HAS trained in Germany, under the charge of a world champion, and he’s still a student.
Not many sportsmen, let alone student athletes, can claim the experiences of Wong Kai Yuen, 17, from Hwa Chong Institution (HCI).
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