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: Tottenham have offered Mauricio Pochettino’s son a scholarship at their academy. Unlike the Spurs boss, who played centre half for Argentina, 15-year-old Maurizio is a...
: A reader consults Dr Martin Scurr on how to make his grandson a less fussy eater. The 25-year-old has avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, which will have been...
: Liverpool are giving serious consideration to playing Joel Matip at Plymouth and risking a potential fall-out from a FIFA investigation amid eligibility issues with...
: MARTIN KEOWN: I cannot think of a single world-class save that Claudio Bravo has made for Manchester City. He does not dig his team out of trouble when they need him most.
: IAN LADYMAN: The City hierarchy retain their belief in Guardiola, even if they did not expect his team to be sitting outside the Champions League places in mid-January.
: CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Oxford are keen to stage the men's and women's matches back-to-back for the first time in order to create extra interest in the fixtures.
: The Chile international was beaten by all four shots he faced at Everton on Sunday when Manchester City’s Premier League title hopes were dealt a hammer blow in a 4-0 loss.
: Sale have made a complaint to the Rugby Football Union after information was allegedly leaked to opponents Bristol earlier this month before the New Year's Day...
: Briggs, 82, created the list on the wall of his East Sussex home, which includes his favourite type of wine, 'Twitter trending' and even a reference to a tale about...
: In a landmark case, the engineering giant has agreed voluntary settlements over allegations it used middle-men to bribe officials to secure contracts.
: Having not played since his red card for Northampton on December 9, Hartley’s short-term future as skipper hinges on a circuit session tailored by Eddie Jones’s...
: As an acute cough is a viral infection, antibiotics will not work, says Alyn Morice, who teaches respiratory medicine at the University of Hull. So which remedies will make ...
: Shocking images taken from space by NASA show how much the Earth has changed by natural and human activities. Called ‘Images of Change’, the series compares Earth in then...
: Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal appears to have called time on his coaching career, saying he is unlikely to take another job for family reasons.
: From the age of eight, Gemma Element from Hertfordshire had to pass urine up to ten times a day and twice at night. Now, a new implant in her ankle has banished her...
: Fat cat bosses were last night urged to show restraint after it emerged that a dozen chief executives jetting into Davos were paid in excess of £145m in just one year.
: In a scathing Facebook post, Kamiyah Mobley hit out against the man who claimed to have raised her as is daughter just hours after he appeared on national television.
: The investor, who founded Aberdeen Asset Management in 1983, earned £2.8million in the 12 months to September 30 – 35.3 per cent less than the year before.
: The on-loan Manchester City goalkeeper produced another impressive display but Torino had to settle for a point after blowing a two-goal lead and missing a penalty on Monday night.
: Harriet Green, 55, now an executive at technology giant IBM, says gushingly of our Prime Minister: 'May is exciting, a grown-up, the right person at the right time ...
: Boss Warren East can now place the ethical quagmire inherited from his predecessors behind him, and concentrate on the reorganisation of the group's jumbled finances and...
: Hobbs sales almost doubled in the 13 weeks to December 31, thanks to opening a new store in New York. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a purple Hobbs coat on Christmas Day.
: Keith Rogers is stepping down from the board through 'mutual agreement' following a company-wide reshuffling. Goals reported a £6.2m pre-tax loss last March.
: The discounter is introducing clothes from Pep&Co in 50 of its larger stores in the next few months. The fashion brand is owned by its South African parent company Steinhoff.
: Talk of a hard Brexit drove the pound lower, which sent the blue-chip index up in early trading, but financials weighed heavy on the FTSE after Goldman Sachs cut its rating on RBS.
: Gilo Industries, which was founded by inventor Gilo Cardozo, has grown a business building specialist engines for a new generation of flying vehicles.
: The sports car firm sold over 600 Caterham Seven model last year. Britons snapped up 55 per cent of cars sold while the French and Japanese made up the bulk of vehicles shipped overseas.
: The newly created group hopes to generate cost savings of up to £527m off the back of the deal. Leonardo Del Vecchio, Luxottica's billionaire founder, will be the majority shareholder.
: Bailey is stepping aside into a role as president but keeping his chief creative officer post. It follows criticism from some investors that Bailey should not fill both...
: Recruiter Reed says It has had 110,000 jobs posted on its website so far this year –16 per cent up on the same period in 2016.
: The New Year's Eve Istanbul nightclub attacker who killed 39 people has been caught by Turkish security forces. The main suspect in the attack on Reina nightclub was apprehended ...
: Simone Zaza's loan spell at West Ham was terminated over the weekend – but some of the London club's supporters are unlikely to forget about him so soon.
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