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Weather permitting, two of the most in-form teams in the Scottish Premiership in front of goal meet at Celtic Park tonight. Celtic’s last six games have produced 21 goals.
Three years on from the beginning of the credit crunch, banks are still squeezing small businesses in order to bolster their own financial position. And according to the Bank,this is having a detrimental effect on the economy.
Rafa Benitez looks set to be sacked by Inter Milan hardly six months into his tenure after issuing a “back me or sack me” ultimatum to his Italian bosses. And with every passing hour, it looks more and more likely that the European champions are going for the latter.
Number 469 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by Steve Shaw at Left Foot Forward. He should really have asked if it were the most important law in this millennium.
I had no idea that there was a Sustainable Communities Act.
Those meddling EU folk – at it again. So says UKIP MEP Paul Nuttall, no doubt an expert on matters involving all things fashion, advertising and Eating Disordered behaviours. Course.
Last week, he spoke about the recent Juvin Report, which outlined recommendations for larger models to be used extensively across advertising campaigns, and with support of [...]
Everton have a great record at Man City and are looking for a fourth consecutive win, but they are on a remarkably poor run of form and haven’t won in seven Premiership games. Their problem has been in front of goal. Everton have mustered only one goal per game in their away league games, and that’s all they have conceded as well.
After the sackings, a salient question. Given owners are now treating football clubs purely like ruthless companies, removing managers who were attaining healthy results, it seemed relevant and slightly humorous that one supporter asked: “If Sunderland was a high flying investment company, [after their 1-0 win over Bolton] who do you think deserved a bonus?”
Since the student demonstrations erupted last month, over government plans to slash EMA and increase tuition fees to £9000 per year, there has been a lot of debate over our “democratic right” to protest. But what does the term actually mean?
Fringe theatre, if it didn’t play second fiddle the other eleven months, very much plays second fiddle to the big family Christmas show at this time of year.
The former England bowling coach, the key to the tourist’s Ashes victory in 2005, worked wonders with Johnson and Ryan Harris (6-47) as it was their pace and swing that bamboozled a batting line-up that had decimated the Aussie bowling attack in the two previous Tests.
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