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    CRYSTAL PALACE are to make a shock move to sign Ruben Loftus-Cheek for a second time on loan. The Chelsea midfielder had a hugely successful spell with the Eagles in the 2017-18 season that shot him into the England squad. 1Ruben Loftus-Cheek is wanted by Crystal Palace again in a loan transferCredit: Getty He followed that up with a less successful move to Fulham, who he played 32 times for in 2020-21. But last season, despite making 24 appearances for the Blues, he struggled to hold down a first team spot. Palace have switched to Loftus-Cheek, 26, while they grow impatient with Wolves on their move for Morgan Gibbs-White. The attacking midfielder has been their first choice and they would pay about £20million. Read more in sportCHELSEA LATEST Wesley Fofana personal terms AGREED, De Jong loan offered to Blues But Wolves are reluctant to sell and an injury to Raul Jimenez means Gibbs-White, 22, is even more important to their squad. Nottingham Forest are also growing frustrated in their Gibbs-White pursuit and are searching elsewhere for an extra attacker. But,...
    MANCHESTER UNITED legend Jaap Stam has told potential new boss Erik ten Hag to finish inside the top four AND surround himself with coaches he trusts to be a success. Dutchman Ten Hag has emerged as one of the clear favourites to take over from interim manager Ralf Rangnick. 2Ten Hag is one of the favourites to land the United jobCredit: GETTY 2Stam has advised Ten Hag to surround himself with coaches he trusts and secure top-four finshesCredit: AP He is also said to have impressed Old Trafford chiefs with his vision for the club. However, Ten Hag has been warned against a move to United by Holland head coach Louis van Gaal, who managed the Red Devils between 2014-2016. Van Gaal put his former club on blast, branding United a "commercial club." The highly rated manager has also been warned by United legend Gary Neville, who called his former club a "graveyard for reputations." Read more on Man UtdMan Utd news Haaland SNUBS United deal, Pogba a 'priority' for PSG - Ronaldo updatesDAVE KIDD Ten Hag and Pochettino are...
    (CNN)BTS made a triumphant return to Los Angeles over the weekend.The international sensation kicked off their "Permission to Dance" tour on Saturday at the SoFi Stadium.Thousands of the K-pop group's fans, who call themselves the "Army," packed the stadium to watch RM, Jin, V, J-Hope, Suga, Jimin and Jungkook dazzle with their dance moves and catchy hits. The group held a press conference on Sunday, which CNN attended, and the South Korean stars said it felt good to be back performing live after delays due to the pandemic."I'm very happy that we're having this in-person concert for the first time in two years. Obviously for the past two years, 'ordinary' and 'normal' were no longer normal, so it was a very sad and difficult time for everybody," V said.Read MoreSuga added that when he was on stage the day prior, he found himself asking, "Is this really reality or is this a dream?"Jimin said that the Covid-19 pandemic was difficult for the group and that they tried to channel that into their music. "We felt powerless, we were depressed. We...
    FRANK CLARK still recalls his thoughts on the flight home from Budapest after being part of the Newcastle side which won the Fairs Cup in 1969. The Magpies beat crack Hungarian side Ujpest Dozsa and Clark said: “I honestly felt that win was just the start. 2Newcastle fans gathered at St. James' Park last week to celebrate the completion of the Saudi takeoverCredit: AP “The manager, Joe Harvey, had built a really good side and I believed there would be a few more winners’ medals along the way.” Well, at least Clark was half-right! There would be personal glory for him in the years ahead — but not with Newcastle. Controversially handed a free transfer by the Toon board in 1975 after 13 years at St James’ Park, full-back Clark was rescued by Nottingham Forest boss Brian Clough and went on to enjoy a glittering finale to a distinguished career. In four years at the City Ground, he won a Football League title, two League Cups and, most famously of all, was in the Forest side which lifted the 1979 European...
    The fact that Botic van de Zandschulp was playing in Louis Armstrong Stadium for the first time for his 4-hour, 20-minute, will-he-or-won’t-he-blow-it victory was an incredible enough achievement for the Dutch qualifier. Throw in this: Van de Zandschulp had never set foot in the U.S. before he arrived for the U.S. Open. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Now, van de Zandschulp has another first of epic proportions. He’s in the quarterfinals at Flushing Meadows — just the third male qualifier to get that far in the Open era. "I think before the tournament, no one expected me to reach the quarterfinals here," he said. You think? Van de Zandschulp continued his out-of-nowhere run, beating No. 11 Diego Schwartzman 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 5-7, 6-1 on Sunday. The U.S. Open had already been filled with upstarts and upsets. Defending champion Naomi Osaka and No. 1 women's seed Ash Barty are done. So are men’s No. 3 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and No. 5 Andrey Rublev. Van de Zandschulp was part of a trio of U.S. Open qualifiers that reached the...
    President Joe Biden on Tuesday defended his decision to remove the United States from Afghanistan, claimed the evacuation from Kabul was an 'extraordinary success,' pushed the blame on Donald Trump and vowed to bring home every American who wants out. In lengthy remarks, Biden argued the world was changing. He cited cyber threats from Russia and China as among the modern concerns America must face. Biden spoke passionately as he defended his actions, at times waving his arms and gripping the podium, after he face criticism from some Democrats, many Republicans and fellow world leaders about his handling of the U.S. drawdown.  'Let me be clear. Leaving August 31 is not due to an arbitrary deadline. It was designed to save American lives,' Biden said in his first public remarks.  He noted Trump signed a deal with the Taliban to leave by May 1 and claimed that tied his hands unless he wanted to take America back to war. President Joe Biden on Tuesday defended his decision to remove the U.S. from Afghanistan 'My predecessor, the former president, signed an...
    KAI HAVERTZ finally earned his corn as Chelsea were crowned champions of Europe for the first time since 2012. The Blues' record signing stepped up on the big occasion to score the only goal of a fascinating contest midway through the first half. 4Kai Havertz finally came up trumps by opening the scoringCredit: The Sun And while Havertz may steal the headlines, it was Chelsea's impeccable defence that helped ensure a famous night in Porto. Here, SunSport's Richard Forrester gives his Chelsea player ratings as they triumphed on the biggest stage of all. BENJAMIN MENDY - 7 Surprisingly had barely anything to do in the first half - protected brilliantly by Chelsea's defence. Man City only mustered one shot on target in the first 70 minutes. REECE JAMES - 10 Raheem Sterling caused one or two issues early on but he adapted brilliantly and turned in a hugely disciplined performance. Ended up winning the battle out on the right side, frustrating Sterling throughout. Stayed back in the second half as Chelsea looked to...
    Any Day Now! Pregnant Lauren Sorrentino Shows Bump Progress at 38 Weeks How Military Families Can Make the Most of Their Financial Benefits Missouri was a struggling program mired by controversy, until Larissa Anderson came in 2019 and quickly has the Tigers exceeding expectations. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Missouri softball has played its share of signature games against top teams this year, compiling a highlight reel of explosive offense plays and thrilling finishes. But for redshirt junior second baseman Kendyll Bailey, one that truly stands out is a blowout win from a February showcase. The Tigers swept through their first four games of the South Alabama Invitational by a margin of 28–7 and were facing Middle Tennessee to finish the weekend. In the sixth inning, when bullpen catcher Katherine Kadlec stepped up to pinch-hit in her second career at bat, Mizzou needed just one run to put an end to the invitational an inning early. There were two outs and Megan Moll at second was the only runner on base. Kadlec fouled off the first pitch. She took...
    More On: charter schools Success Academy boss slams de Blasio for blocking low-income NYers’ school choice De Blasio’s latest dirty trick against kids who want to learn Letters to the Editor — March 7, 2021 Success Academy claims NYC reneged on promise to provide students space Mayor Bill de Blasio’s vendetta against charter schools has 250 Success Academy students in southeast Queens without a place to learn this fall. For all his talk of “equity,” this is a slam at overwhelmingly minority kids who just seek educational excellence. The Department of Education missed the deadline to identify space it can offer these middle-schoolers and even pretends it has no such responsibility, despite clear state law to the contrary. Yet the DOE has had years to figure this out. The network first gave formal notice of its needs long ago, but the mayor’s minions have forced Success to accept temporary solutions the last two years. This was supposed to be when the DOE finally identified a permanent home for the middle school, but now it’s refused to choose...
    Master starring Thalapathy Vijay as a  protagonist and Vijay Sethupathi as antagonist led to a positive storm at the ticket window. The South film not only was loved by critics and viewers, but it also crossed the 200 crore club at the box office. Not only this but it also revived the theatre business in India which was all dull due to COVID-19 scare last year. Now, after the success of this film, the latest we hear is that Vijay Sethupathi has been approached to once again play a negative role in Prabhas starrer Salaar. Reports hint that it’s due his stellar act in Master, the makers of Salaar decided to approach Sethupathi for the role of a baddie. Master Box Office Collection: After Mersal, Sarkar and Bigil, Thalapathy Vijay’s Latest Film Joins 200 Crore Club, Fans Trend #MasterEnters200CrClub On Twitter.  Even after this rumour, until yet, nothing is confirmed nor has been official regarding the same by the actor or the makers. Seems like Sethupathi’s massy stint in Master is churning him new offers and how. Having said...
    Christina Aguilera Struts Into 40 With Some Help From Megan Thee Stallion: Watch A woman who studied 600 millionaires discovered where you choose to live has 2 effects on your ability to build wealth How Notre Dames offense can find success against Clemson again Everything seems to be setting up for a tougher day for Notre Dame’s offense. CFP rankings 4.0: Alabama and Notre Dame are locks, heres how Clemson, Ohio State and A&M could join them USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next 3 Southland College Prep Charter High School Seniors Earn Full-Ride College Scholarships CBS Chicago Mbow commits and signs with Purdue WTMJ Milwaukee, WI COVID-19 takes a toll in Michigan and leaves families with indescribable loss Detroit Free Press Flour Bluff leads throughout in win over San Antonio Southside - 3Sports KIII-TV Corpus Christi Texas High School Football: Flour Bluff vs. San Antonio Southside Highlights The Corpus Christi Caller Times Rickards football team plays with Southside...
    President Trump proved the "media-medical cartel" wrong yet again with the success of Operation Warp Speed, an initiative once dismissed as nothing more than impractical wishful thinking by the administration, Laura Ingraham said Monday. "When President Trump in May launched Operation Warp Speed, promising to deliver a vaccine to the American people by the end of the year, remember how the media and medical establishment reacted?" the "Ingraham Angle" host asked viewers. SURGEON GENERAL SAYS VACCINE ROLLOUT IS 'BEGINNING OF THE END'  Ingraham cued up a montage of liberal commentators and "medical experts" who chastised the president for setting an "irresponsible" "reckless," "impossible," and "preposterous" goal for the development and approval of a safe and effective vaccine by the close of 2020.  "I love that montage. It's impossible?" the host mocked. NY GIVES FIRST CORONAVIRUS VACCINE TO HEALTH CARE WORKER Monday saw the distribution of the first doses in of the vaccine in New York City, which went to a health care worker who spent the last 10 months working on the front lines as the illness ripped through the city. HHS assistant secretary for health Adm. Brett Giroir hailed the vaccine rollout as a...
    SANTA CRUZ — Rides at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk have the green light and are operating since shelter-in-place orders were implemented in March. Reservations can be made for two sessions in two-hour blocks on Saturdays and Sundays. The first block is from 12-2 p.m. and the second is from 3-5 p.m. “Overall it was a big success,” said Kris Reyes, Boardwalk spokesman, after the first weekend of reopening the rides. “I think it takes a little bit of getting used to for our guests. Anytime you put in a new system there’s going to be a hiccup or two in the first day, but overall everything ran very smooth. It was a big success and we’re very happy with the way it worked out. ““It was about demonstrating that we can open safely, which we did,” Reyes added. “For us, it was a big success because we were able to provide a fun environment in a safe and healthy manner.” Rides are only available to Santa Cruz County residents. Those interested in thrill rides at the Boardwalk will need...
    James Clapper is a retired Lieutenant General in the U.S. Air Force and former Director of National Intelligence under the Obama Administration. He is currently a CNN contributor and Monday morning discussed news that current DNI John Ratcliffe to end in-person election security briefings with Congress, and reminded viewers of past and current Russsian interference operations designed to sow dissent via social media. Ratcliffe wrote in letters to Congress that “the ODNI will primarily meet its obligation to keep Congress fully and currently informed leading into the Presidential election through written finished intelligence products” and that this “will also better protect our sources and methods and most sensitive intelligence from additional unauthorized disclosures or misuse.” But anchor Alisyn Camerota pivoted to the current civil unrest unfolding in places like Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Portland, Oregon that has seen deadly shootings of protestors who appeared to have rallied in part due to Facebook groups. “You think you can see already evidence as we saw in 2016 that some of this unrest, some of this online ginning up of discord, you see Russian fingerprints?”...
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