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National players from Thailand (red) and Singapore (blue) observed a minute's silence as a mark of respect for the late former Singapore Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew before their match in Korat on March 26. The friendly was held to mark 50 years of bilateral relations between the two countries. Photo: Siam Sports
Singapore's players wore black armbands as a mark of respect for the late former Singapore Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew for their match against Thailand in Korat on March 26. The friendly was held to mark 50 years of bilateral relations between the two countries. Photo: Siam Sports
Singapore's Zulfahmi Arifin (blue) holding off the challenge of a Thailand player in their friendly in Korat on March 26. Photo: Siam Sports
Singapore's Sahil Suhaimi (No 12, blue) and Faris Ramli (No 11, blue) keeps a Thailand player at bay during their friendly in Korat on March 26. Photo: Siam Sports
England debut a sure thing for Kane

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A white-hot partnership

A white-hot partnership

Living in Arsenal’s shadow for the best part of the past 25 years must have been a dark and dreary experience for Tottenham Hotspur fans. I do not know how they have coped.

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