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It would be ‘wrong’ to punish Sergio Aguero over clash with Wigan fan, former referee tells talkSPORT

Sergio Aguero is led from the pitch by Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta Tuesday, February 20, 2018 The Football Association would be ‘wrong’ to punish Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero for his clash with a Wigan fan, according to former Premier League referee Mark Halsey. Aguero was involved in a physical exchange with a supporter as thousands of fans spilled onto the field following Wigan’s stunning 1-0 victory in the FA Cup fifth round on Monday night. The Argentina international was on his way to the tunnel when he was…

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‘Harry Kane was never a boy wonder’ – Liam Brady tells talkSPORT why Tottenham striker was rejected by Arsenal

Liam Brady has told talkSPORT nobody could have predicted that Harry Kane would go on to become one of the world’s best strikers after he was released by Arsenal at the age of eight. The Gunners’ former academy director admitted in an interview on Monday that Kane was let go by the club as ‘he was a bit chubby and not very athletic’. You’d be searching for some time to find a decision which has backfired on a club more – Kane eventually joined rivals Tottenham at the age of 11 and…

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Remove hard Brexiteers, ex-minister Anna Soubry tells PM

A pro-European ex-business minister has called on Theresa May to “get a spine” and remove 35 “hard ideological Brexiteers” from the Tories. Anna Soubry told BBC Newsnight she is willing to leave if the likes of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg take over. The MP, who was in David Cameron’s cabinet between 2015 and 2016, said the PM’s “red lines” to leave the EU single market and customs union are wrong. Former Tory Chancellor Lord Lamont said Ms Soubry was being “quite ridiculous”. Ms Soubry was speaking after the EU’s…

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Modern Love: When Your Body Tells You What Your Brain Won’t

Advertisement He told me he wanted to marry me in an old city by the sea. All day we had bicycled the cobbled streets of St. Augustine, Fla., a town once invaded by conquistadors. Now the Spanish buildings stood crumbling but beautiful along the water. We had been drinking, which gave him courage. He said he wanted to marry me, and then we calmly discussed how and when. We asked the questions you are supposed to ask about committing to a life together: money (we agreed we would never have…

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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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