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Phil Jones warns Manchester City that Manchester United are not out of the title race yet

Phil Jones looks dejected upon hearing the news Man City have pipped Man United to the title in 2012 Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Phil Jones has warned Manchester City they can still be caught, like Manchester United were six years ago. Jones was part of the side who relinquished the 2011/12 title in the last minute thanks to Sergio Aguero’s historic goal. And with City sitting 12 points clear this season, Jones has advised the Citizens to not start celebrating too early – especially after their first defeat of the…

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News: Dubai Airports to welcome own Time Out title

In a world-first, Dubai Airports and ITP Media Group have joined forces to launch Time Out DXB, a new media brand with the opportunity to engage with the 90 million passengers that pass through the world’s leading international airport every year. From February 2018, passengers passing through all terminals at Dubai International will have real-time access to the latest offers in food and retail outlets, plus experiences and leisure activities, via the brand-new Time Out DXB App and monthly Time Out DXB magazine. By downloading the App, using the airport’s…

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Cross stuns retiring Taylor to claim world title

Debutant Rob Cross sealed the PDC World Championship title as 16-time champion Phil Taylor’s final appearance ended in a 7-2 defeat at Alexandra Palace. Cross, 27, who only turned professional at the start of 2017, hit a 167 to go 2-0 up and was soon three sets ahead. Taylor, 57, who won his last world title in 2013, won 10 legs and had 12 180s in the match, one more than Cross. But he had no answer to Cross, who won the tournament in fantastic style with a 140 finish….

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Jesse Lingard says Manchester United have no margin for error in title race

The Red Devils trail runaway leaders Manchester City by 11 points Monday, December 18, 2017 Forward Jesse Lingard admits Manchester United may have to win every game to beat Manchester City to the Premier League title.  The England international conceded they cannot afford to slip up with Jose Mourinho’s men sitting 11 points behind runaway leaders City in the table.  Lingard scored in Sunday’s 2-1 win at West Brom to close the gap but believes second-placed United are likely to need a 100 per cent record for the rest of…

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Exclusive Interview: Wayne Rooney talks to Alan Brazil about the title race, tunnel bust-ups, drink-driving and the World Cup

Wayne Rooney with Alan Brazil Saturday, December 16, 2017 Wayne Rooney is one of the biggest names in football. So what happened when he met one of the biggest names in broadcasting? talkSPORT’s Breakfast legend Alan Brazil travelled north this week to meet the Everton star for an exclusive chat – and you can hear it all this Sunday morning at 10am. Listen as Rooney reveals all about… * This season’s Premier League title race * Life at Everton under Sam Allardyce * The Man United-Man City tunnel bust-up *…

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When can Manchester City win the Premier League title? Club set for earliest ever victory

Manchester City could win the Premier League title with eight games to spare Friday, December 15, 2017 Man City are now averaging 2.8 points per Premier League game, with rivals Man United on 2.2. Jose Mourinho’s side are on course to finish on 84 points and, if City carry on their current rate, they will pass 84 when they play Stoke on 10 March. It means the club could win the title with a record eight games to spare, which is better than the record of five, which is held…

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Brilliant O'Sullivan equals record with sixth UK title – report & video

Media playback is not supported on this device Ronnie O’Sullivan equalled Steve Davis’ haul of six UK Championship titles by beating Shaun Murphy 10-5 in a high-quality final in York. O’Sullivan also drew level with Stephen Hendry’s 18 ‘Triple Crown’ titles of the World, UK and Masters events. The pair shared the first eight frames, each knocking in a century apiece, but O’Sullivan seized control with four breaks over 50 and two further tons. He won five frames in a row to clinch the £170,000 top prize. Victory means O’Sullivan…

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