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MANCHESTER City may wobble, but they don't fall down.
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IT WAS supposed to be a closely-fought clash between the top two teams in the S-League.
From gladiatorial times, Roman sports fans have always been the most demanding of them all.
His arrival coincided with Arsenal's most turbulent period in Arsene Wenger's reign.
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THE SPECTRE of match-fixing continues to loom large over Malaysian football.
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I can just imagine new S-League CEO Lim Chin, a former Chief of Artillery, barking out orders to his troops from them to stand at attention.
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THE SINGAPORE domestic football season kicks off this evening at the Jalan Besar Stadium with S-League champions Tampines Rovers taking on Singapore Cup holders Home United in the Charity Shield.
MORE than 1,400 hopefuls turned up at Bishan Stadium yesterday for the first day of trials for First XI, Singapore's first football reality show.
WITH the kick-off of its new season just five days away, the S-League is eager to show that the quality of football it can produce is just as good – if not better – than what has been played out in the Malaysian Super League (MSL) so far.
MANY observers have commented recently that my LionsXII team lack a scorer.
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