News archive from 21 January 2018, page 2

Philippe Coutinho trains with Barcelona team-mates for first time as they prepare for Real Betis clash

Philippe Coutinho trained for the first time with his Barcelona team-mates on Saturday. Following his £145million move, Coutinho had been training alone to continue his recovery from a thigh injury after being ruled out for three weeks.  But he joined...

Daily Mail, 01:07 in Sport
 

Bordeaux appoint Gus Poyet with the ex-Premier League boss given task of keeping Tottenham target Malcom

Bordeaux have named former Sunderland and Brighton boss Gus Poyet as their new head coach. The Uruguayan, whose appointment was announced shortly after Les Girondins beat Nantes 1-0 in Ligue 1 on Saturday evening, had most recently been in charge of...

Daily Mail, 01:07 in Sport
 

RFU casts doubt over chances of Exeter chief Rob Baxter becoming next England head coach

Exeter’s chief Rob Baxter is unlikely to succeed Eddie Jones as England head coach, the RFU have confirmed. Jones signed a two-year contract extension on Wednesday that will see him continue with the Red Rose until August 2021.  The RFU’s plan is to...

Daily Mail, 01:07 in Sport
 

Moussa Dembele must settle back into Celtic life after being unsettled by Brighton and Crystal Palace talk,...

Brendan Rodgers has admitted he must help Moussa Dembele get his head right if the striker is ever to return to his marauding best for Celtic. The Parkhead boss, speaking after he kept the striker benched for a 5-0 William Hill Scottish Cup win over...

Daily Mail, 01:13 in Sport
 

Manchester City plan to loan starlets to Bristol City after being impressed by Championship side's playing...

Manchester City are considering sending loan players to Bristol City because of the way they played in their Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at The Etihad Stadium. City are looking to change their policy of sending most youngsters overseas to Girona...

Daily Mail, 01:21 in Sport
 

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Girona: Antoine Griezmann scores first goal in five La Liga games but Portu leveller...

Antoine Griezmann found the net but Atletico Madrid failed to put pressure on leaders Barcelona as they were held at home by Girona. The France forward has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona, who on Saturday released a statement denying they...

Daily Mail, 01:21 in Sport
 

Championship round-up: Aston Villa narrow gap on the leaders and Millwall win seven-goal thriller at Leeds

Scott Hogan scored twice in three first-half minutes as Aston Villa beat Barnsley 3-1 to narrow the gap on second-placed Derby to three points.  Hogan's double was followed up by Dimitri Cavare's goal for Barnsley, with ex-Tyke Conor Hourihane adding...

Daily Mail, 01:32 in Sport
 

England head coach Eddie Jones plans trip to Tbilisi for training camp with Georgia during the Six Nations

Eddie Jones is planning on flying England to Tbilisi for a mid-Six Nations training camp with Georgia. The Red Rose coach want to schedule the camp for one of the fallow weeks to work on scrummaging. Georgia continue to be refused entry to the elitist...

Daily Mail, 01:34 in Sport
 

Jurgen Klopp pledges to give Adam Lallana matches for Liverpool so midfielder can win back his England...

Jurgen Klopp has promised Adam Lallana enough game-time at Liverpool this season to win back his England place before the World Cup. Lallana, 29, was one of Gareth Southgate's first picks until a serious thigh injury sustained during pre-season kept...

Daily Mail, 01:34 in Sport
 
Bitcoin tax loophole could save cryptocurrency investors millions as it leaves HMRC short

Bitcoin tax loophole could save cryptocurrency investors millions as it leaves HMRC short

The massive loophole allows investors, who could have made millions when bitcoin hit its $19,343 (£14,000) high in December, to declare their returns as gambling winnings. Winnings from gambling are generally not considered investment returns and so...

 

Australia vs England third ODI scorecard LIVE: Follow all the action from The SCG as the tourists look to...

England's top order fired in unison to give them a four-wicket win in the second one-day international against Australia on Friday as Aaron Finch's second straight hundred for the hosts could not prevent them falling 2-0 behind in the series. Chasing...

Daily Mail, 01:54 in Sport
 
Trump's year on Twitter: Who has he criticised and praised the most?

Trump's year on Twitter: Who has he criticised and praised the most?

Seven months before his shock election victory, Donald Trump promised a crowd in Rhode Island he would not use Twitter if he became president. Why? "Not presidential," he said in April 2016. Fast forward to the one-year anniversary of his...

BBC, 01:54 in World News
 
Putin cast as national saviour ahead of Russia election

Putin cast as national saviour ahead of Russia election

Long presented as the bare-chested, macho leader who defends Russia against the West, President Vladimir Putin now has a rather more mystical image in state media. With elections looming in March, leading state-controlled TV channels are roping in...

BBC, 01:54 in World News
 
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: The legacy of Africa's first elected female president

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: The legacy of Africa's first elected female president

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf made history as Africa's first elected female president, but also faced accusations of corruption and nepotism. How will she be remembered? Ms Sirleaf's story is pitted with remarkable feats of defiance and courage, entangled...

BBC, 01:54 in World News
 
Why do names matter so much?

Why do names matter so much?

When it comes to politics and international diplomacy, names matter. We know they matter because people are always changing them. Two important addresses changed this week. The Russian embassy in Washington found itself situated not on Wisconsin...

BBC, 01:54 in World News
 


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