Leeds United ‘win the race’ for Pep Guardiola target and more Man City transfer rumours

Leeds United are reported to have ‘won the race’ to sign a highly-rated Espanyol striker that Manchester City also had their sights set on. Having coasted to a third Premier League title in four seasons, those key figures responsible for deals at the Etihad Stadium broke the nine-figure barrier to lure in Jack Grealish from… Continue reading Leeds United ‘win the race’ for Pep Guardiola target and more Man City transfer rumours

Why Bernardo Silva is a ‘dream’ to play with for his Man City team-mates

Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy has waxed lyrical about Manchester City sensation Bernardo Silva, insisting that he must be a “dream” for his City team-mates to play alongside. After being heavily linked with an exit from the Etihad Stadium during the summer transfer window, Bernardo has become one of the most important players in Pep… Continue reading Why Bernardo Silva is a ‘dream’ to play with for his Man City team-mates

Sarah Jayne Dunn shows off new look after leaving Hollyoaks in Only Fans row

Sarah Jayne Dunn has showcased a new look a month on from leaving Hollyoaks in a row over having an OnlyFans acccount. The actress, who is one of the long-running soap’s biggest stars, was unable to ‘reach a resolution’ with bosses over her decision to join the subscription site known for its adult content. Sarah,… Continue reading Sarah Jayne Dunn shows off new look after leaving Hollyoaks in Only Fans row

FA Cup third round draw details confirmed for Manchester United and Man City

The second round of the FA Cup is in full flow as non-league, League One and League Two sides continue to face one another across the weekend. Premier League and Championship clubs will be waiting to find out who will join them as they’re introduced to the competition in the third round. The third round… Continue reading FA Cup third round draw details confirmed for Manchester United and Man City

Man City told Tottenham ‘regret’ not swapping Harry Kane for Bernardo Silva

Manchester City have been told that Tottenham ‘regret’ not swapping Harry Kane for Bernardo Silva and cash. Either side of his Euro 2020 heroics, the England captain was heavily linked with a dream switch to the champions. Kane was effectively priced out of that move, though, amid suggestions that Daniel Levy and Tottenham wanted a… Continue reading Man City told Tottenham ‘regret’ not swapping Harry Kane for Bernardo Silva

Police share cheeky Facebook post after seizing bags full of ‘illicit’ aftershave from Manchester streets

Police revealed that they have seized a number of ‘illicit’ aftershaves from the streets of Manchester, in a humorous Facebook post. In a tongue-in-cheek post on the GMP City Centre page, a force spokesman joked claimed that the aftershaves smelled like a ‘full toilet’ and warned people not to buy from street traders. The status… Continue reading Police share cheeky Facebook post after seizing bags full of ‘illicit’ aftershave from Manchester streets

Micah Richards urges caution with Man City star Jack Grealish

Former Manchester City defender Micah Richards has suggested that Jack Grealish will take time to come into his own at the Etihad Stadium. Grealish, who was one of five players drafted into City’s starting line-up for Saturday evening’s clash with Watford, joined the current Premier League title holders in a record-breaking £100million deal from Aston… Continue reading Micah Richards urges caution with Man City star Jack Grealish

Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati Make College Football Playoff

You again, Alabama? It’s been how long, Michigan? Good to see you, Georgia. This way to orientation, Cincinnati. The College Football Playoff on Sunday announced those four schools — representing three conferences, 31 claimed national championships and plenty of hopes, hypes and expletives — as the field that would vie for this season’s title. Left… Continue reading Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati Make College Football Playoff

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Manor REVIEW: A mix between Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Indians and The Old Dark House | Theatre | Entertainment

Manor addresses every hot button topic from climate change to the rise of the far right, with nods to Black Lives Matter and lesbianism thrown in. Imagine Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Indians crossed with Boris Karloff horror The Old Dark House but remodelled as a politicised black comedy in which strangers take shelter in a… Continue reading Manor REVIEW: A mix between Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Indians and The Old Dark House | Theatre | Entertainment

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Ken Moffett, Top Federal Mediator and Union Official, Dies at 90

Mr. Moffett, who had dealt with the union since 1970, was not surprised by its defiance of Reagan. “They thought that the government and the country could not exist without them acting,” Mr. Moffett said when Professor McCartin, who teaches history at Georgetown University, interviewed him for his book in 2001. “There are some people… Continue reading Ken Moffett, Top Federal Mediator and Union Official, Dies at 90

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