Bach is back

CLASS ACTS: Johann Sebastian Bach (above), Ludwig Van Beethoven and Mozart.
CLASS ACTS: Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig Van Beethoven (above) and Mozart.
CLASS ACTS: Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig Van Beethoven and Mozart (above).
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Pointless this game

Even if England rattle in 10 goals, they will receive little credit

"We scored 13 against San Marino last time, but I don’t remember getting a great deal of praise or satisfaction about that." - England manager Roy Hodgson
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Start the day with Sledge Hammer

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Harry deal's off, for now

Harry Redknapp.
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S'pore to compete 
in indoor world cup

Karthick Subramanian.
Rashid Khan.
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'Don't expect praise for beating San Marino'

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Warriors' win over DPMM blows S.League title race wide open

HOT SHOTS: Warriors' Nicolas Velez (above) and DPMM's Roy O'Donovan both got on the scoresheet but it was Velez who had the last laugh.
HOT SHOTS: Warriors' Nicolas Velez and DPMM's Roy O'Donovan (above) both got on the scoresheet but it was Velez who had the last laugh.

A day before this top-of-the-table clash, Warriors FC goalkeeper Hassan Sunny told The New Paper his team could rely on set-pieces to overcome league leaders Brunei DPMM.

Turns out the custodian was clairvoyant, after his teammates Kevin McCann and Hafiz Rahim fired home their free-kicks to help second-placed Warriors beat DPMM 3-2 and blow the Great Eastern Yeo's S.League title race wide open.

The Warriors are now just two points behind Steve Kean's side with three games to go.

And speaking to David Lee after the pulsating clash at Bandar Seri Begawan, coach Alex Weaver said: "This result is huge because we had to get all three points to stand a realistic chance of winning the league.

"But we still have to take care of our own business by winning our last three games against Home United, Tampines and Albirex."

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 8.

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And now there are three

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De Gea could have quit

"I think David is the guy who deserves this reward rather than myself. He saved us throughout the game and particularly towards the end and the penalty as well." - Man United’s Angel di Maria on David de Gea’s (above) performance in the 2-1 win Everton.
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No headache for Courtois

"I’m already feeling better. Now I’m resting... great victory yesterday." - Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (in yellow)
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