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Shock! BG Chan Chun Sing Reveals He Passed Primary School Maths

Let no one be in doubt as to the intellectual qualities of PAP’s 4th Generation Leadership! This was confirmed to me today when I read BG Chan Chun Sing’s (who is believed to be the front runner to replace Lee Hsien Loong should he ever feel able to retire) brilliant and incisive analysis… 264 more words

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BHAFC v CCFC (17/2/18) | F.A Cup 5th Round Match Review

Brighton & Hove Albion claimed their place in the Emirates FA Cup sixth round for the first time in 32 years following a comfortable 3-1 victory over Coventry City at the Amex. 562 more words

Football

Wigan boss defends fans after pitch-storming

The players’ protection is absolutely paramount,” Cook said. “But also the supporters enjoying that moment is a good thing for me.”

http://soccer.nbcsports.com/2018/02/23/wigan-boss-defends-fans-after-pitch-storming/

Wigan boss defends fans after pitch-storming

Wigan Athletic boss Paul Cook is defending his supporters following a memorable upset of Manchester City in the FA Cup.

[ MORE: Europa League draw… 211 more words

Premier League

Huddersfield Town 0-2 Manchester United - FA Cup: Tactical Analysis

Huddersfield Town 0-2 Manchester United

FA Cup: 5th Round (18/02/2018)

David Wagner replaced his central midfielders Aaron Mooy and Jonathan Hogg with Philip Billing and Danny Williams. 1,299 more words

Analysis

FA charges Guardiola for wearing yellow ribbon to advocate Catalonia

The English Football Association has charged Pep Guardiola for wearing a political message.

Guardiola has been wearing a yellow ribbon in support of Catalan independence, and that’s in breach of the FA’s kit and advertising regulations. 66 more words

Premier League

City's Shock Exit Proves the Magic of the Cup is Alive and Well

You could see it coming. Such was Manchester City’s dominance last night at the DW Stadium that the longer the first half progressed without Christian Walton’s goal being breached, one wondered if it could, against all odds, be Wigan Athletic’s night. 642 more words