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Singapore costliest place to watch World Cup?

Singapore costliest place to watch World Cup?

(18 Mar) – Is this the most expensive place to watch the World Cup in the region? Goal Singapore delved into the issue and the results were surprising. The exclusive broadcast rights in Singapore for the 2014 World Cup was won by SingTel and according to Media Development Authority’s (MDA) cross-carriage rule, StarHub... 

Childish behaviour of Starhub and Singtel over World Cup

Childish behaviour of Starhub and Singtel over World Cup

I am a Singaporean who subsribes to Starhub cable TV at home. I feel that the Singaporean TV media is so childish for not allowing Singaporeans to watch the World Cup in peace.  Even in Channel News Asia when highlights of the matches are shown, goals are only shown in the form of photographs. Even though the training sessions... 

Green blunder hands U.S. draw with England

Green blunder hands U.S. draw with England

By Mike Hollett from Reuters A shocking howler from England goalkeeper Robert Green gifted the United States a goal as the two sides tipped to qualify from Group C battled to a 1-1 stalemate at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Saturday. Green, 29, winning only his 11th England cap after being preferred to the vastly more experienced... 

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