Go, stoke

Hughes' men can hold Gunners

DELIGHT: Stoke's Jonathan Walters (left) celebrating with Victor Moses (centre) and Bojan Krkic.
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No pressure on Gerrard

Chief executive Ayre confident Reds skipper will agree to new deal

ICON: Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre says Steven Gerrard's (above) status in the club folklore is cemented, regardless of his next move.
ICON: Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre (above) says Steven Gerrard's status in the club folklore is cemented, regardless of his next move.
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Don't stoke the flames

Wenger wants team to focus on own game than worry about what they will face at hostile Britannia

BAD BLOOD: The aftermath of Stoke City's Ryan Shawcross' (far right) horror tackle on Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey (right) has been a source 
of animosity between the two teams. 

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Be inspired, or don't play

Pardew wants the Magpies to rise to the occasion against Chelsea

Papiss Cisse.
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Prove it, Pardew

Newcastle boss needs to back up his claim that it is 'impossible' for Chelsea to stay unbeaten

" It’s difficult - obviously Arsenal have done it and Chelsea have come pretty close before. But not in all competitions - that is impossible and I think Jose (Mourinho) has admitted that. But they’re making a very good job of it at the moment. It’s the best Chelsea team that I’ve ever seen and I’ve watched them since I was about 12, so I know them pretty well. " - Newcastle manager Alan Pardew (above)
" It’s difficult - obviously Arsenal have done it and Chelsea have come pretty close before. But not in all competitions - that is impossible and I think Jose (Mourinho, above) has admitted that. But they’re making a very good job of it at the moment. It’s the best Chelsea team that I’ve ever seen and I’ve watched them since I was about 12, so I know them pretty well. " - Newcastle manager Alan Pardew
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Making waves with his homemade submarine

Chinese farmer builds own submersible for $6,400

"I never studied this in school, I’ve based everything on my imagination... I haven’t installed any kind of escape device." - Mr Tan Yong (above) on his homemade submarine, which he said cost 30,000 yuan to make
CREATIVE: This 2.3m high motorcycle cost its creator US$1,300 ($1,700) to make.
CREATIVE: A wooden electric vehicle which its owner said can be equipped with missiles and radar.
CREATIVE: A homemade ‘tank’ made by Mr Jian Lin, a 31-year-old farmer from Sich
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SENTOSA'S MONORAIL SYSTEM

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Fun turns to frustration

61 people stuck in 
Sentosa monorail train for 
over four hours before being 
evacuated with help of SCDF

SAFE: SCDF officers evacuating passengers.
SAFE: SCDF officers evacuating passengers.
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Maid blames toddler after scalding his twin brother

Tri Septiana
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