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Spartak Moscow v Porto, Europa League quarter-final second-leg, tonight 6pm
Lay Spartak at 2-1 with Betfair
I don’t know if something’s afoot in the Spartak Moscow camp but they have had an awful start to their season. Four games in and they have scored only twice and conceded seven, and although it’s early days scores of 0-4 [...]
It’s new football kit season, that time of year when club’s look to the future by designing a shirt that will either entice fans to part with their cash or open the club up to ridicule.
Once upon a time (pre goal celebration music and post jumpers for goalposts) a new kit would be released every [...]
This year’s list of California’s top 250 tax delinquents was published a few minutes ago. And among the troubled souls who feature is one Pamela D Anderson of Los Angeles, who owes some $607,860.88.
And if I did restart the Banned List, I would add “breathtaking hypocrisy”, as used by Yasmin Qureshi, Labour MP for Bolton South-East, to describe the Prime Minister’s comments about his old university (right).
Well, it was either that kind or rank.
Thanks to Daniel Knowles, who pointed it out. And thanks to Adam Gray.
But, asks Damesignora, [...]
Smash it down the middle, place it in the bottom corner, a delicate chip; there are many ways to take a penalty – but we’ve never seen one quite like this…
A National Art Pass has been launched by art charity The Art Fund in a bid to finance new acquisitions for galleries and museums nationwide.
The pass, which costs £35 for adults, gives users half-price entry to exhibitions at the country’s best-known institutions, including the British Museum, Tate Modern and National Gallery of Scotland.
The Fund, which [...]
If I ever revive the Banned List – and I am on the cusp – one of the first phrases to go on it will be social mobility. Nick Clegg last week made a speech and published a document on the subject. Faisal Islam at Channel 4 News summed up the Government’s new “strategy” thus:
1. Rename [...]
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The Catalan Dragons’ last couple of results really do represent the biggest shift in Super League so far this season.
To fly over and beat Warrington was one thing; to stay here, eating our funny food and listening to our strange accents, for five days and then beat Wigan was something else again.
Those who know his [...]
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