Poster poser

Inherent Vice
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Turkish danger lurks for injury-ravaged Arsenal

"He’s in the squad. Whether I start him or not, I have to be cautious, but he is in the squad." - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Jack Wilshere (above).

Arsenal saved face at the Emirates Stadium last Saturday, recovering from a goal down to draw against hated rivals Tottenham Hotspur, but they won’t be able to afford another slip-up tomorrow morning (Singapore time). 

After losing to Borussia Dortmund two weeks ago in Germany, the Gunners need to find their groove against Turkish giants Galatasaray. 

The only problem is that their groove seems pretty well hidden. 

Since beating Crystal Palace on the opening day of the season, Arsenal have won only two of their nine games in all competitions. 

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 1.

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India, Pakistan to clash in hockey final

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Comments by Phillip Woo, courtesy of the Hong Kong Jockey Club

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Festive mood after tear gas chaos

PRESSING ON: A man cooks sausages for protesters.
PRESSING ON: Umbrellas, with Chinese characters for 'umbrella revolution' emblazoned on them, have become a symbol for the protest.
PRESSING ON: Students meet next to a replica of the "Goddess of Democracy" statue to discuss a possible strike.
BACKING: Demonstrators rest as they block a street outside government headquarters in Hong Kong yesterday.
BACKING: A pro-democracy demonstrator guards a bus shrouded in messages of support.
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HONG KONG PROTESTS ARE 'ILLEGAL'

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Destiny in their hands

Warriors focused on winning remaining five games to 
end long title drought

CHANCE: Warriors goalkeeper Hassan Sunny (above) believes the work done by coach Alex Weaver on and off the pitch has transformed his team into title challengers.
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Raring to go

Young Lions striker Sahil believes Asiad 
experience will help his S.League career

“One thing about Sahil is he has that mental toughness and that arrogance, in a good way. He’s not afraid of whoever he comes up against and I’ve challenged him to be the top local scorer in the league.” - Aide Iskandar on Sahil Suhaimi (above)
“One thing about Sahil is he has that mental toughness and that arrogance, in a good way. He’s not afraid of whoever he comes up against and I’ve challenged him to be the top local scorer in the league.” - Aide Iskandar (above) on Sahil Suhaimi
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Beware the Tigers' bite

Bullish Balestier confident of hurting Warriors' 
title bid

MAN ON A MISSION: With 17 goals to his name, Balestier striker Goran Ljubojevic (above) has set his sights on bettering former Tigers striker Goran Paulic's 21-goal feat in 1997 to become the top scorer in the history of the club.
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Bloody valentine

"Dracula Untold isn’t just about Vlad being sexy as a vampire, but him being sexy as a husband and father. I think that’s what sets our film apart from the other Dracula movies." - Sarah Gadon
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