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This is why Manchester United threw all their fragile eggs into Louis van Gaal’s basket, says Neil Humphreys.
His old friends in Holland call him “The King”, his children call him “sir” and he proudly considers himself dominant and arrogant.
But the Red Devils manager lived up to his own billing last night. The ego didn’t land on the transfer market. He obliterated it. When the smoke cleared, van Gaal emerged from the deadline-day madness clutching one of the world’s finest strikers in Radamel Falcao.
He might even have snared a new creative midfielder too, someone very much in the mould of Paul Scholes, someone who looks remarkably like Wayne Rooney.
In signing Falcao, van Gaal has bought United a two-for-one special.
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New Face 2014: Aurelia
Aurelia Ng blogs about fashion, beauty and her travels.
"It started when my boyfriend bought me a camera for my 20th birthday.
"I started taking more photos and I needed a space to upload them all, so I made a blog. It eventually became my digital journal where I get to keep and also share my life and work with people."
When the 21-year-old became more active on Instagram, she also attracted more eyeballs.
"People started liking my photos, which served as a form of motivation and inspiration," she said adding that her online activities have brought her family closer.
"My family isn't very expressive with their feelings so they don't talk to me much about my life or try to find out what I'm doing or where I'm going. Despite that, they are very supportive.
"My sister tells me they would occasionally read my blog and see what I've been up to.
"Although they don't tell me directly, it's still a very encouraging notion that they are interested and it keeps me going," she said.
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'Kill stray cats' poster of art exhibition misunderstood
The flier was distributed at the recently-concluded Singapore Night Festival reportedly urging people to "kill stray cats".
And when its image was circulated online on Sunday, the flier angered netizens and animal rights groups like SPCA Singapore and Cat Welfare Society (CWS).
But it has since emerged that the fliers were part of a satirical performance-exhibition by local art collective Vertical Submarine, whose ultimate message was against cruelty to animals. Critics and CSW have now acknowledged that the flier was read out of context.
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