El Verdugo shows up with solid workout

Kranji trackwork

JUST BEATEN: El Verdugo (right) tried to make all the running but was caught near the post by McConaughey.
EXCITING: Green Tracer doing his morning gallop at Kranji yesterday.
STRETCHED OUT: The Desmond Koh-trained Forever Lucky (N417) and Black Label looking good during yesterday morning's trackwork.
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Rounding up the hot news for the Hallyu wave

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Sri Lanka hammer Myanmar

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Hits & misses

M picks out the Best and Worst movies of Summer 2014

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No longer irrefutable

Blatter highlights plans for managers to challenge decisions via TV replays

TIME FOR CHANGE: Former match official Graham Poll (above, left), seen above speaking with a livid Jose Mourinho in 2007, agrees with Fifa president Sepp Blatter that referees should get help via TV replays.
TIME FOR CHANGE: Former match official Graham Poll, seen above speaking with a livid Jose Mourinho in 2007, agrees with Fifa president Sepp Blatter (above) that referees should get help via TV replays.
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Great chance for Scorecard to get his first victory

Today's South Africa (Durbanville) race card

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Critical Capello

Despite rout, Russia boss wants his players to put more pressure on opponents

Fabio Capello.
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Redknapp: Sterling is England's Silva

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Big gallop by four-time winner Little Man

Malaysia trackwork

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Baraki beats to win at Belmont

Today's Australia (Townsville/Belmont) race card

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