ARSENAL 0 EVERTON 0
ARSENAL’S surge up the Premier League table was stopped dead by Everton at the Emirates Stadium yesterday morning (Singapore time), and Arsene Wenger was less than amused.
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The LionsXII accident curse has struck once more. Central midfielder Zulfahmi Arifin was involved in a motorcycle accident on Monday evening, leaving him with two dislocated toes on his right foot.
WEST HAM v MAN UNITED
(Tomorrow, 2.45am, SingTel mio TV Ch 102)
The team enjoyed a day off yesterday, and one wonders what Shakir Hamzah, Faritz Abdul Hameed, Madhu Mohana and Faris Azienuddin would have been mulling as they each looked ahead to Saturday.
FA CUP SEMI-FINAL
CHELSEA 1 (Demba Ba 66)
MAN CITY 2 (Samir Nasri 35, Sergio Aguero 47)
STOKE CITY 0
MAN UNITED 2
(Michael Carrick 4, Robin van Persie 66-pen)
LIKE a countdown to liberation, the wait seemed unbearable. Then the release.
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He spent two years in purgatory, fighting back from not one but two career-threatening injuries. Ismail Yunos (above) eventually recovered and forced his way back into the Singapore national team. Today, he faces another tough battle.
He’s proven his ability to get the best out of Singapore’s Under-23 players with the LionsXII in the Malaysian Super League (MSL).
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There was something strange about the Champions League draw yesterday. For once in this illustrious cup competition, the final four were the best four.
Some members of the local football fraternity feel some leeway should be given to the national Under-23 team when it comes to selection for the South-east Asia Games this December.
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