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Liverpool FC news: Roma chief defends decision to sell Mohamed Salah for just £34million

Mohamed Salah has scored 30 goals in all competitions for Liverpool this season Thursday, February 15, 2018 Roma sporting director Monchi has defended the club’s decision to sell Liverpool sensation Mohamed Salah this summer. Liverpool bought the Egyptian forward for a relatively modest £34million in June and he has looked to be worth his weight in gold so far. The 25-year-old has scored a staggering 22 times in just 26 Premier League games while his goal against Porto on Wednesday night moved him to 30 in all competitions. His incredible…

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News: Ross appointed chief executive with JA Resorts & Hotels

Dubai-based hospitality firm JA Resorts & Hotels has announced the appointment of Anthony Ross as the company’s new chief executive. Ross, an Australian hotelier and corporate strategist, joins JA Resorts & Hotels from Indonesian-based Aryaduta Hotel Group where he was chief executive. He has more than 30 years’ industry leadership experience in the hospitality sector, spanning roles in multiple continents. Previously the executive vice president for Preferred Hotels & Resorts, he oversaw 120 hotels in Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa. Ross contributes an ownership approach and in-depth understanding of…

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Sony chief executive Kazuo Hirai to step down

Sony’s chief executive Kazuo Hirai is stepping down and handing the reins over to finance chief Kenichiro Yoshida. Mr Yoshida, Sony’s chief financial officer, is to take over control of the Japanese electronics giant from 1 April. Mr Hirai will remain at Sony as chairman. Mr Yoshida and Mr Hirai have been instrumental in turning Sony around to focus on smartphone image sensors. Under their efforts, the Japanese electronic giant sold off its struggling television and PC businesses, and launched the successful PlayStation 4 video game console, which has sold…

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Monaco chief issues tells Arsenal and Liverpool to forget about signing Thomas Lemar this month

Thomas Lemar won’t be leaving Monaco in January Tuesday, January 30, 2018 Liverpool and Arsenal have been told to wait if they want to sign Monaco star Thomas Lemar. Both Premier League clubs have made their interest in the 22-year-old known, but Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev insists Lemar will not be sold in this transfer window. With Wednesday’s 11pm deadline fast approaching, it seems both Liverpool and Arsenal will have to wait until the summer if they still wish to sign the France international. “He will stay at Monaco until…

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Leeds United chief Angus Kinnear to speak exclusively to talkSPORT about club rebrand

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Leeds United’s managing director Angus Kinnear will speak live to Jim White on talkSPORT on Wednesday. The Elland Road chief will explain why the club have decided to unveil a new club badge, discuss the design and reveal when it will be released. He will also talk about owner Andrea Radrizzani’s exciting plans for the Championship club. The exclusive interview will at 12.15 pm on the Jim White show – click here to listen live. Let’s block ads! (Why?)

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Liverpool transfer news: Emre Can is unlikely to join Juventus, admits Italian club chief

Emre Can Tuesday, January 23, 2018 Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta admits their pursuit of Liverpool midfielder Emre Can may not be as straightforward as they hoped. The Germany midfielder’s current contract expires in the summer and he is eligible to sign a pre-contract deal with an overseas club. But despite the Serie A side having coveted the 24-year-old for several months, no such agreement has been struck. Just over a week ago, Can revealed his agent was still talking to Liverpool about their offer of an extension and it…

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Army chief warns of Russian threat in rare speech

Britain’s armed forces would struggle to match the Russian army in battle, the head of the Army will say. General Sir Nick Carter will say the British Army’s ability to respond to threats “will be eroded if we don’t keep up with our adversaries”. The speech – approved by Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson – comes amid speculation of potential defence cuts. The warning comes after Russia practised simulated attacks across northern Europe. In the speech, which will take place at the Royal United Services Institute on Monday, General Carter will…

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