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Tuesday, May 22, 2012
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Sunday, May 13, 2012
man city 3 2 QPR hoofoot.com 13/05/2012 by hoofoot Some people were on the pitch. They thought it was all over. But they didn't include Edin Dzeko. They didn't include Sergio Aguero. They didn't include the Manchester City side who staged the latest, greatest feat of escapology a title-winning team has ever performed. Roberto Mancini called it a "crazy season" after a last-gasp goal from Sergio Aguero handed Manchester City their first title in 44 years in the most dramatic climax to a Premier League season. As the game entered stoppage time City were trailing 2-1 after Djibril Cisse and Jamie Mackie overturned a first half goal from Pablo Zabaleta, meaning Manchester United's 1-0 win at Sunderland would have been enough to see them win the title.
But after Edin Dzeko brought City level Aguero fired home with just seconds remaining to spark an explosion of joy at Eastlands as the club ended their 44-year trophy drought. Mancini told Sky Sports: "It was incredible - they deserved this. To win it like this is incredible. I don't think I've ever seen a finale like this. "We didn't deserve to lose, we had a lot of chances and we deserved to win the game and championship. It's fantastic for the club and the supporters after 44 years. It's been a crazy season and a crazy last minute.'' The Italian added: "Five minutes from the end, I didn't think we'd win this game. But we deserved to win this and deserved to win the title. We were on top for 20 games. I think for us it was really important to start winning this championship, Manchester City can have a big future now.
'' City captain Vincent Kompany admitted the dramatic ending was almost too much for him. "You want to say it's the best moment of your life but, if I'm honest, please never again this way. Even though the first half was really good we just couldn't get through.'' Kompany insists he never lost faith, though. "I never stopped believing,'' he said. "When Edin scored that goal, it reminded me of so many other moments during the season when we've done this before. There was no reason not to believe. "It's not sunk in yet. I don't know what happened at the end, it was just a huge mess. I'm so happy for the guys cos they've given so much this season. We've dreamed of this all our lives and now we're champions. See the fans and how happy they are - unbelievable.''
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Tuesday, May 1, 2012
AsiaOne Tuesday, May 01, 2012 The National Parks Board (NParks) is piloting a project at Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West aimed at trapping stray dogs in a more humane fashion. It has set up a 15m by 25m fenced-up enclosure on a slope there, where it hopes to lure and feed the 20 strays which have become a nuisance to residents. After the dogs are rounded up, they will be sent to shelters, NParks' assistant director Tay Boon Sin said NParks will also work with three animal welfare groups - the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) and Save Our Street Dogs (SOSD) - to rehabilitate and find foster homes for the dogs, The Straits Times reported. Residents interviewed by RazorTV said the pack of dogs, which includes five puppies, has been barking and chasing joggers in the area. "They used to run into the playground. A lot of children play there during the weekends and it's very dangerous," one interviewee said. Previous attempts to catch the strays proved difficult due to the area's thick foliage and feeders who tampered with the traps, The Straits Times reported. To deal with feeders, authorities have imposed a fine of up to $5,000 for anyone caught feeding strays in the area, with effect from tomorrow. If the pilot project proves successful, NParks will adopt it to other areas where stray dogs are a problem. firstname.lastname@example.org