Where's the de$ire?

Redknapp hits out at young English footballers who make the headlines for the wrong reasons

CANDID: QPR manager Harry Redknapp (above) believes the root of England's problem with young talent is in the size of their pay cheques.
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Enrique gets first win as Barca boss

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Dunga to replace Scolari?

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Watch out Devils, you're being watched

UNDER SCRUTINY: Surveillance cameras are being installed around Manchester United's training pitches at the club's Carrington training centre (above) for new manager Louis van Gaal to observe his players.
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'Van Gaal is great for United'

Mourinho plays down rivalry with Dutchman, tips his former boss at Barca to excel at United

RESPECT: Jose Mourinho (above, left) says he is looking forward to playing against Manchester United under Louis van Gaal (right). 

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Powell lands victory with WOW

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Harry steers 'WARRIOR' to an upset win

OUTSIDER: Cheyenne Warrior (K A'Isisuhari) beating favourite Golden Brilliant in Race 6 at Kranji yesterday.
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Juglall happy with 'TWODOLLAR' present

WELL DONE: Jockey Nooresh Juglall celebrating his victory in the Perth Racing Trophy together with his wife Chaaya and trainer Michael Clements.
DOUBLE JOY: Jockey Juglall winning Race 9 atop Spinning Success.
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U-23 coach Aide insists he's not quitting FAS

National Under-23 football coach Aide Iskandar insists he is still committed to the team, preparing for the South-east Asia Games in Singapore in 2015.

This, despite leaving the team — who are in Austria on a training trip — to come back to Singapore on July 17, a week before the squad are due back home.

The former national captain said his trip is cut short because of family matters, which is confirmed by the Football Association of Singapore.

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Stange wants more commitment from national U-23s

SEA Games gold will remain a dream unless players train like professionals, says Stange

WARNING: Singapore national coach Bernd Stange (above) says the Under-23 team's results in the Austria training tour are a warning sign to the team to buck up if they want to win the South-east Asia Games gold next year.
MUSCLE: Irfan Fandi (in red) in action for the Singapore U-23 team against SSK in Austria. The Republic won 2-0.

National coach Bernd Stange believes more needs to be done to give the Republic’s Under-23 team a genuine shot at becoming the first Singapore side to strike gold at the SEA Games. 

He says the “semi-professional” players do not yet have what it takes to win the competition next year.

With school and National Service commitments, U-23 coach Aide Iskandar has struggled to consistently get a full squad for both training sessions and competitive matches, something the German wants changed.

Stange hints that an internal Football Association of Singapore task force may be set up to find ways to give the team more training and commitment in football, towards their SEA Games goal.

Read the full report in our print edition on July 21. Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at 
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