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Ashley Williams vows Everton will take the fight to Arsenal despite involvement in controversial Lyon brawl

Ashley Williams has vowed struggling Everton will take the fight to Arsenal, despite being at the heart of the ugly incident which led to a UEFA charge and a life ban for one fan. Williams shoved Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes into the advertising hoardings during Thursday’s Europa League defeat, leading to an angry tussle involving players from both teams and at least one supporter, who has subsequently been identified and banned. UEFA has initiated a disciplinary case against the Toffees for “aggression by supporters against players” and Merseyside Police have…

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O'Sullivan lets spectator take shot after she runs around table

Ronnie O’Sullivan let a spectator who evaded security and ran around the table take his last shot as he won in the third round at the English Open. The woman entered the playing arena at the Barnsley Metrodome as five-time world champion O’Sullivan was about to seal a 4-1 win over China’s Zhang Yong. He carried on playing to pot the pink ball – leaving him on a 129 break – then handed his cue to the spectator. She had two attempts at sinking the black before being led away….

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Take a moment to revel at Beyoncé's first red carpet outfit since giving birth

Beyoncé’s Instagram in recent times has become a go-to documentation for all of her sartorial style. In her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to twins Sir and Rumi in June, the 36-year-old proved she will always be fashion royalty in jewel tones. The mother-of-three has been notably wearing affordable fashion to events lately, including a US$ 165 ($ 210) House of CB dress to Rihanna’s Diamond Ball. But for her surprise appearance to support Jay Z at the Tidal x Brooklyn event to raise funds for those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, Beyoncé ruled the carpet in a custom sculpted emerald…

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Every Modern Architecture Lover Should Take This Three-Day Road Trip

Think Connecticut, and the mind conjures up clapboard houses and picket fences. But architecture buffs know the state for glass walls, cement, and dark wood — the signature media of the Modernist architects who once made it their playground. Connecticut Modernism began taking shape in the 1930s, when Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus design school, fled Germany and took a position at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. His associate Marcel Breuer soon joined him, and together they mentored a generation of architects that included Modernist icons Landis Gores, John M. Johansen, Eliot…

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Pep Guardiola insists Manchester City have to take more risks at the back in order to create better build-up play

Pep Guardiola Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insists his team need to play out from the back more despite the risks it can pose. The Citizens managed to seal a narrow 2-1 win against Napoli, in their Champions League encounter on Tuesday night, thanks to early goals from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus. Amadou Diawara managed to pull a goal back from the penalty spot for Napoli but the home side held on to seal all three points. MATCH REPORT: Manchester City 2-1 Napoli: Raheem Sterling and…

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Real Madrid 1-1 Tottenham: Spurs take massive step towards Champions League knock-out stages

Harry Kane was the headline act but Hugo Lloris stole the show as the Frenchman’s stunning save helped earn Tottenham a 1-1 draw with Real Madrid. Spurs took a surprise lead at the Santiago Bernabeu through Raphael Varane’s own goal, only for Cristiano Ronaldo to level from the penalty spot after Serge Aurier had fouled Toni Kroos. From there, however, Mauricio Pochettino’s men had Lloris to thank as the goalkeeper denied Karim Benzema from four yards with his legs, when the striker looked certain to score. Kane could have even…

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