Gerrard casts doubt on his Reds future

Pool skipper could leave if contract is not extended

"I will play beyond this season. We will have to wait and see if that's at Liverpool or somewhere else. That's Liverpool's decision." - Steven Gerrard (above)
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Seize the 
moment, 
United

Red Devils must capitalise 
on City's slump

TANGO TIME: Marouane Fellaini (left) and Angel 
di Maria are likely to have crucial roles to play against City tomorrow.
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No Silva lining for Man City

Spain midfielder sidelined for up to a month with knee injury

David Silva.
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Dietmar Hamann: Why Manchester City must drop Yaya Toure

DYNAMIC DUO: Yaya Toure (above) should make way for Fernando and Fernandinho, who can boss the midfield for City in the Manchester Derby.
DYNAMIC DUO: Yaya Toure should make way for Fernando (above) and Fernandinho, who can boss the midfield for City in the Manchester Derby.
DYNAMIC DUO: Yaya Toure should make way for Fernando and Fernandinho (above), who can boss the midfield for City in the Manchester Derby.

Our analyst Dietmar Hamann says City manager Manuel Pellegrini must drop Yaya Toure in Sunday’s Manchester Derby.

Hamann believes Fernando and Fernandinho will offer the stability that is lacking in City’s midfield.

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Tears flow as Duric calls time on playing career

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Brunei club's collapse complete 
as Stags 
do Warriors huge favour

OH NO: Brunei DPMM striker Shahrazen Said grimacing after he stabbed the ball wide of an open goal from just two metres.
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Weaver the toast of new champions

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New S.League champs manager already looking for bigger and better things next year

KEY MEN: Players and officials throwing Alex Weaver (in orange) in the air to celebrate their league triumph, which came after Hafiz Rahim's solitary goal sealed a 1-0 win over Albirex last night.

After five long years, Warriors FC are back at the summit of Singapore football.

The most-successful club in the country were crowned champions of the Great Eastern-YEO’s S.League for a ninth time last night after they squeezed out a 1-0 win over Albirex Niigata at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium.

That result, coupled with Brunei DPMM’s 2-1 loss to Tampines Rovers in the Jalan Besar Stadium, saw the Warriors top the table by three points on the final day of the season.

Hafiz Rahim’s 48th-minute header handed the Warriors victory in front of their own fans and coach Alex Weaver is already looking to bigger and better things next year.

While content with helping Warriors reclaim their place as Singapore’s No. 1 club, the Englishman said: “It doesn’t end now though. Next week I’ll get back into the office and we’ll start planning for next season, because we have continental football to think about.”

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School of frock

Who's on top? And who's a flop? Our headmistress of haute couture JEANMARIE TAN grades the best- and worst-dressed celebrities of the week

ALESSANDRA AMBROSIO.
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