Koh's 400th winner

Southern Boss takes Race 8 to give trainer Desmond his milestone Kranji win

ALL THE WAY: Apprentice Joseph See driving Southern Boss to fend off the favourite Peace No War in Race 8 yesterday.
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Work All Week upsets in Breeders' Cup Sprint

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The seething one

Despite win over QPR, Mourinho unhappy with quiet home crowd and team's performance

BLUE-EYED BOY: Chelsea midfielder Oscar appeared to be the only player to be spared manager Jose Mourinho's (above) criticism, after the Blues beat QPR 2-1 on Saturday.
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United fans slam Smalling's stupidity

DIE-HARD SUPPORTERS: Fans from both sides of the divide enjoying the Manchester Derby at the EPL Mania event organised by The New Paper at the Hard Rock Cafe.
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Singaporean trainer has come a long way

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Other Breeders' Cup results

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Breeders' Cup Classic thriller

Bayern wins by a nose and survives stewards' inquiry

VICTORY SALUTE: Jockey Martin Garcia celebrating his win on Bayern in the Breeders' Cup Classic at Santa Anita Park yesterday morning (Singapore time).
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Parker: City haven't turned the corner yet

GOAL MACHINE: Man City striker Sergio Aguero celebrating his 10th goal of the EPL season yesterday.

Man United didn’t have cutting edge going forward, says our analyst Paul Parker.

They showed a little bit more urgency in search of the equaliser in the last 15 minutes, but it still wasn’t enough.

So you can say that City deserved the win.

It was a morale-boosting win for City, but I don’t think they have not turned the corner yet.

In terms of the league title are, Chelsea are still the firm favourites. 

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 3. 

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United lose and van Gaal has to live with his choices

"I didn't see the first yellow but, as a player, if you know you have a yellow card, you have to deal with that problem. I don't think he dealt with it very smartly..." - United manager Louis van Gaal on Chris Smalling's two yellow cards.
ROJO OUT: Marcos Rojo (above) being stretchered off after dislocating his shoulder, adding on to Man United's injury woes.

January can't come quickly enough.

For Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, it must now feel like the finishing line.

Like an exhausted marathon runner left way behind the leading pack, he will grit his teeth and pray for the pain to be over.

Until then, he will have to live with the choices he made, and the consequences.

In a horrendous outing at the Etihad Stadium, the Red Devils lost 1-0 to Manchester City for their fourth consecutive derby defeat yesterday.

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 3.

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Meet Optimus Prime -- all 7m of him -- at Science Centre

ROLL OUT: A visitor gets her picture taken with Bumblebee during the Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition at the Singapore Science Centre.
ARTFUL DODGER: The Transformers Laser Maze where participants have to dodge the lasers as they make their way to the exit.
PULP FICTION: Visitors can attend a workshop to learn to make a robot out of cardboard during the exhibition.
METAL MEN: Exhibition visitors can try their hand at building a robot from scrap metal.
STARTING YOUNG: Kids can participate at hands-on workshops at the Transformers exhibition.
BIG: The Optimus Prime figure at the exhibition.

Robot fans can check out the Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition at the Singapore Science Centre from now till March 1 next year.

The exhibition makes its third and final stop in Asia at the Science Centre Singapore in Jurong.

It features various Transformers-related exhibits and visitors will also see two 7m-tall figures of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.

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