EPL

Lamps to join City?

Blues legend linked with six-month loan deal to keep fit

RISKY MOVE: Frank Lampard (above) will not endear himself to Chelsea fans if he joins 
Man City on loan.
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Incredible Indians

India set up repeat of 2010 final with Australia after coming from behind to beat New Zealand

WINNER: India's Akashdeep Singh (above, centre) receiving all the attention from his teammates after scoring the winning goal in their 3-2 semi-final win over New Zealand yesterday.
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HED CHEF

Stir-fried slipper lobsters

Stir-fried slipper lobsters
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No lack of desire

Despite missing five regulars, Aide's boys are raring to go against Causeway rivals after Austria trip

CHALLENGE: Missing five key players such as top scorer Sahil Suhaimi.
CHALLENGE: Courts Young Lions coach Aide Iskandar has called on his remaining players to step up in tonight's match against Malaysia's Harimau Muda B.

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Lin fires 67 for six-shot lead

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Sizzling Sergio

Spaniard ties course record with 
nine-under 61 to open three-shot lead

AMONG ELITE: Sergio Garcia's (above) feat at the Firestone Country Club puts him among only nine players on the US PGA Tour to hit a 27 on either the front or back nine.
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Ancelotti: Tough for van Gaal to win title

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Liverpool to target Balotelli to replace Suarez?

Rodgers' praise for Balotelli fuels speculation Italian is Reds' top target to replace Suarez

Mario Balotelli.

Is Mario Balotelli on his way back to the English Premiership?
Anfield may be a possible destination for the controversial Italian after Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers heaped praise on the former Manchester City striker as the Reds continue their search for Luis Suarez’s replacement.
Rodgers is in the market for a new striker after a proposed move for Queens Park Rangers forward Loic Remy fell through due to a failed medical.
Ahead of his side’s friendly with AC Milan in North Carolina this morning (Singapore time), Rodgers said that Balotelli (left) has all the qualities required to be a world-class striker.
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'S'pore bought their medals'

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C’WEALTH GAMES

Singapore finish with six-gold medal haul

Singapore paddlers match six-title haul from Delhi Games

MAJULAH: The Singapore table tennis team had a fruitful day yesterday. Gao Ning and Li Hu won the men's doubles crown while Zhan Jian and Yang Zi claimed the bronze. In the women's singles, Feng Tianwei (centre, far left) led a podium sweep with Yu Mengyu and Lin Ye.
MAJULAH: The Singapore table tennis team had a fruitful day yesterday. Gao Ning (below, third from right) and Li Hu (fourth from right) won the men's doubles crown while Zhan Jian (second from right) and Yang Zi claimed the bronze. In the women's singles, Feng Tianwei led a podium sweep with Yu Mengyu and Lin Ye.
National women’s table tennis coach Jing Junhong.

Despite all the pressure, expectations and tight competition schedule, the Singapore table tennis contingent have equalled their best-ever Commonwealth Games haul of six gold medals.

Capping off a largely successful day at the Scoustoun Table Tennis Centre in Glasgow, Scotland yesterday, the top-seeded women’s doubles pair of Feng Tianwei and Yu Mengyu beat Australia’s Lay Jian Fang and Miao Miao 3-1 (11-5, 8-11, 11-8, 11-5) early this morning (Singapore time) to end a fruitful 10-day outing.

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