The ghost goal in a chaotic season that spawned ‘typical City’ and began Manchester United’s 70-year dominance

“Typical City” are as much a part of the rich fabric of Manchester City’s history as the silverware and glory of their finest years. Blues fans celebrate the fact that they have, for long periods, lived up to the derisory nickname of the “Theatre of Base Comedy” handed to them by their aristocratic neighbours, an… Continue reading The ghost goal in a chaotic season that spawned ‘typical City’ and began Manchester United’s 70-year dominance

Three reasons that are luring Julian Alvarez to Man City over Premier League rivals – Anil Kandola

Manchester City’s customarily quiet January transfer window was given jolt of life this week by news that Julian Alvarez is set to join the Premier League champions. Although he is likely to remain at River Plate until at least the middle of this year, the potential £17.9m signing of Argentina forward Alvarez should excited fans.… Continue reading Three reasons that are luring Julian Alvarez to Man City over Premier League rivals – Anil Kandola

Giants Hire Brian Daboll as Coach

The Giants chose Brian Daboll, the former Bills offensive coordinator, as their next head coach, the team announced on Friday evening. Daboll will join his Buffalo colleague Joe Schoen, who earlier this week was announced as the Giants’ new general manager, in trying to match the success the Bills have had over a span in… Continue reading Giants Hire Brian Daboll as Coach

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Man City path for Pep Guardiola’s ‘next Phil Foden’ is clear after triple transfer failure – Alex Brotherton

Manchester City may be dominating on the pitch at present, but you can be sure that behind the scenes they are planning for the future. Pep Guardiola’s side sit nine points clear at the top of the Premier League and have the Champions League knockout stages to look forward to. However, with a number of… Continue reading Man City path for Pep Guardiola’s ‘next Phil Foden’ is clear after triple transfer failure – Alex Brotherton

A ‘cheery local’ Somerset village pub that is a ‘beer-lover’s dream’

When it comes to pubs, making sure what you are getting from them is good is an important part of the experience. However, the other side to that is finding a pub that ticks the right boxes in its setting – being cosy, warm and comfortable is an archetype of the traditional British inn, and… Continue reading A ‘cheery local’ Somerset village pub that is a ‘beer-lover’s dream’

The cosy pub near Bath where you can enjoy a pint on a movie set

The concept of a long walk followed by a pub lunch is a British institution. Come Sunday morning, city folk set off into the countryside in search of fresh air, nice views and a quality roast. While some head for the Mendips, others amble into Wiltshire, where there are scores of cosy pubs waiting for… Continue reading The cosy pub near Bath where you can enjoy a pint on a movie set

Greater Manchester’s latest infection rates as cases continue to fall in all ten boroughs

Coronavirus infection rates are continuing to fall in all ten boroughs of Greater Manchester. Tameside continues to have the highest coronavirus infection rate in the region. The borough recorded a rate of 922.9 cases per 100,000 people in the week ending January 24, according to the latest data from the UK Health Security Agency. Oldham… Continue reading Greater Manchester’s latest infection rates as cases continue to fall in all ten boroughs

Met Police receives new evidence from Cabinet Office as part of Downing Street party probe

The Met Police says it has received new evidence from the Cabinet Office as part of its investigation into possible breaches of Covid regulations in Downing Street. The force is looking at “a number of events” in Downing Street and Whitehall during the pandemic. Scotland Yard has asked Sue Gray to make “minimal references” to… Continue reading Met Police receives new evidence from Cabinet Office as part of Downing Street party probe