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    CHELSEA had a day to forget at Elland Road as they were thrashed 3-0 by Leeds. Thomas Tuchel's side were caught on the hoof after their fine performance against Spurs last weekend. 3Chelsea were hammered 3-0 by Leeds at Elland Road on SundayCredit: Getty And the intense pressing from Jesse Marsch's Leeds side proved too much for Chelsea to handle. But who was the Blues' best player today? And did anyone have a game to forget? Here, SunSport's Anthony Chapman delivers his Chelsea player ratings... READ MORE SUN STORIES'BEYOND CRAZY' Watch Chelsea keeper Edouard Mendy's horror blunder to gift Leeds goalLEEDS 3 CHELSEA 0 Koulibaly SENT OFF as Blues day goes from bad to worse at Elland Road EDOUARD MENDY – 2 Shocking decision to dawdle on ball led to Leeds opener and was nowhere near saving the second or third. Has been out of sorts for around six months and is starting to become a major concern for fans. REECE JAMES – 4 Kept in the back three by Tuchel but needs to return to wing-back ASAP. Could not...
    Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Tennessee Congressman Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN-03) to the newsmaker line to talk about his experience playing on the Congressional Baseball Team and the need for Republicans to take back the House and Senate in November midterms. Leahy: We welcome to our newsmaker line, Congressman Chuck Fleischmann from the third district in Tennessee. Welcome, Congressman Fleischmann. How are you this morning? Fleischmann: Michael? I am great. I played a little baseball in Washington, D.C., this morning, but so glad to be with you. I was in your great city this past weekend visiting with some fine folks. I tell you, Nashville gets better and better all the time. Leahy: So are you a second baseman? What position do you play? Fleischmann: Well, I used to be. I was actually a left-handed second baseman. But with age and maturity, I have now been repositioned in the outfield. But every...
    A BEAUTY lover has urged everyone to not get their ears pierced at a popular jewellery shop after an appointment went horribly wrong. When it comes to getting your ears - or anything - pierced, there are quite a few things that can go wrong - and unfortunately, no one knows it better than Maddy Cornwell. 4Maddy shared the mortifying experience on social media, where the video has gone viralCredit: TIKTOK-TT/maddycornwell1 4The woman decided to go to A&E after noticing a severe infectionCredit: TIKTOK-TT/maddycornwell1 In a clip, which has since taken the internet by storm, racking up close to 470,000 in just four days, the blonde beauty revealed what happened after she had visited Lovisa, a fast fashion jewellery shop. At first, according to her, things were off to a promising start - but that didn't last for too long, as Maddy claimed that the gun broke whilst the employee was sorting out her second piercing. Despite all this, she seemed to love the final result, and even took a snap of her new dainty earrings. ''Pretty new additions!!'' read...
    (CNN)If last week's Premier League defeat against Tottenham Hotpsur was damaging, over the course of 90 minutes against Newcastle on Monday, Arsenal's Champions League hopes were all but extinguished.What really hurts for Arsenal's fans is that before those two games, the club had been shaping up to announce its return to the top of European football. The 2-0 defeat at St James' Park -- a performance midfielder Granit Xhaka described as a "disaster" -- delivered a huge blow to Arsenal's chances of finishing in the Premier League top four as the Gunners remain two points behind Tottenham with one game left to play. To regain fourth position and qualify for the Champions League, Arsenal will realistically need to beat Everton on Sunday and hope bottom side Norwich -- without a win in six Premier League games -- can pull off an unlikely victory against Tottenham. But as things stand, Monday's lackluster defeat appears costly. Read More"If someone isn't ready for this game, stay at home," was Xhaka's withering assessment of his team's showing against Newcastle."If you're not ready for that,...
    BARCELONA have been branded a “disaster” by Spanish media after a record-breaking third home defeat in a row. The LaLiga side slipped to a disappointing 1-0 loss at the Nou Camp last night by Rayo Vallecano. 2Barcelona have been branded a 'Disaster' after a record third-straight home lossCredit: Sport 2Barcelona boss Xavi took the blame for the latest setback afterwardsCredit: AFP Gavi hit the crossbar and Ousmane Dembele had an effort cleared off the line as Barcelona tried in vain to find an equaliser. This latest reverse followed disappointments against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League and Cadiz in LaLiga. And the result meant it is the first time they have suffered three-straight setbacks on home soil in a single season ever. The only other times they have lost three in a row at home was in the 90s with the matches spread over two seasons. READ MORE FOOTBALLRUD SIGNING Madrid 'reach verbal agreement with Rudiger' as they close in on free transfer Barcelona’s bitter rivals Real Madrid can now claim their 35th title as long as they avoid defeat...
    Dr. Mehmet Oz The last time we checked in on Donald Trump's endorsement of celebrity healther Dr. Mehmet Oz for Pennsylvania's open Senate seat, right-wingers from Roger Stone to former OANN anchors were blasting the move. Even Trump's first pick in the state who was forced to bow out, alleged domestic abuser Sean Parnell, said the endorsement was "the antithesis of everything that made Trump the best president of my lifetime.” Now Trumpworld is rushing to contain the fallout among his base, according to Politico. A bunch of Trump surrogates plan to hit the campaign trail—a show of force intended to reinforce "the depth of his MAGA backing." Ben Carson, former brain surgeon and one-time Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development under Trump, will be one of them. But even Fox News is a house divided on the topic, a perfect reflection of how the Oz endorsement has confounded pro-Trumpers. Listen and subscribe to Daily Kos Elections’ The Downballot podcast with David Nir and David Beard x Embedded Content On Monday, Sean Hannity featured Oz as a...
    EXCITED crowds congregated at Southampton Docks to watch the maiden voyage of the world's largest ship - RMS Titanic.  The luxurious liner was said to be ‘invincible’, but less than one week after she departed the ship struck an iceberg and was submerged by the freezing waters of the Atlantic ocean. 8The Titanic was said to be an 'invincible' ship before it sank in 1912Credit: Getty - Contributor 8Historian Claes-Göran Wetterhol says Rose and Jack's doomed love story is based on a real coupleCredit: Kobal Collection - Shutterstock The maritime tragedy has made her the most famous ship of all time with many myths surfacing about what really happened that fateful night on 15 April, 1912.  Swedish historian Claes-Göran Wetterholm, the curator behind a new immersive Titanic exhibition in London, tells The Sun: “The Hollywood movie, Titanic, directed by James Cameron is the best movie ever to be made about what never happened. "There are so many things I cannot agree with in it and when I met Cameron at the premiere I told him this. But the film’s...
    The head coach of the Green Bay Packers had plenty to say after his team’s loss to the visiting San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional Playoffs. The No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs and the lone team in the league not to lose a home game in 2021 were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers, 13-10, in the divisional round Saturday night at Lambeau Field. There was plenty of blame to go around after the Green Bay Packers, a combined 39-10 in the regular season these last three seasons under head coach Matt LaFleur, failed to get to the Super Bowl after having home field advantage in the conference for the second consecutive year. But the team’s current sideline leader took to the podium and offered some clarity. Matt LaFleur taking the blame for everything: * Scoring just 10 points: “I put that all on myself.” * ST debacle: “Unacceptable. That’s on me.” * If Rodgers played well enough to win: “It’s more to do with I didn’t put our guys in position to make enough plays.” pic.twitter.com/YOx6HrZ3Fh...
    Joe Judge wanted to live to see Sunday’s second half. That’s why the head coach said he called consecutive quarterback sneaks in victory formation while backed up against the Giants’ goal line in the second quarter. His inept offense had surrendered a safety in Chicago the week prior, part of an avalanche of eight Bears points before halftime of a laugher. After watching Jake Fromm dribble a pass at the feet of wide open fullback Eli Penny on 1st down from the 3, Judge had seen enough. Freddie Kitchens’ plan for the drive was abandoned for a more conservative strategy. “We were backed up,” Judge said. “Had a shot at the play-action to get the ball out in the flat. We’ve got to make the throw and hit the guy right there. Eli was open there. “Ultimately, we were backed up, I wanted to get room,” the coach continued. “We were going to push it forward. I wasn’t going to live through what happened last week in Chicago, so we’re going to give ourselves room...
    Debate all you want about the Miami Dolphins’ troubles with decisions at the top – the owner, the general manager, the coach. Or, better yet, don’t debate them for one day. Don’t repeat the haunting questions of drafts or play calls. They just scratch the surface of a systemic problem, it seems. The regimes change. Even the owner changed. But has anything changed with the changes? So don’t look at that big picture. Focus smaller. Study the ghastly personnel decisions from just one region of the country: The West. The problems are destructive and repetitive. A chicken could have pecked names off a draft list and not done the kind of damage the Dolphins have there. Look at the last decade of decisions from that region: 2011: Stanford tackle Jonathan Martin is taken in the second round. By his third year, he left the team in the mess nationally known as Bullygate. The details are too involved to regurgitate here. But Martin had serious emotional issues, since made public, that “other teams knew about and we didn’t,” one former Dolphins...
    The dramatic event of nearly two dozen people safely evacuating the passenger plane that crashed in Houston earlier this week has brought renewed attention to the survivability of air disasters.  Despite data from the National Transportation Safety Board indicating that the odds of becoming involved in a deadly plane crash remain overwhelmingly low, there are actions that passengers could take to further increase their chances of survival.  Here are four tips on how to survive a plane crash. The aftermath of the plane crash Tuesday at Houston Executive Airport in Brookshire, Texas. (Fox 26) 1) Sit close to the exits as ‘every second counts’ in the event of a disaster Professor Ed Galea, a fire and evacuation expert and founding director of the Fire Safety Engineering Group at the University of Greenwich in London – which conducts research on the topic – told Fox News he'll try to "get a seat as close to an exit as possible, preferably within nine seat rows of an exit" whenever he flies.  "Generally, there is no ‘safest’ seat on an aircraft during a crash....
    A WOMAN got more than she bargained for when she went to the hairdresser to get choppy layers. Posting to her TikTok account, Kate shared videos explaining that she was left with incredibly choppy hair - and she went back a second time. 3Kate was left with a disastrous cut when she left the hairdressersCredit: TikTok/@hindezketchup In the first clip she uploaded about her new 'do, she showed just how choppy the layers around her face were. She explained that she had gone to the same hairdresser twice, once to get her haircut and the second time in hopes the hairdresser could fix the shoddy job she had done. "Going to the salon to fix their 'face framing' [layers] they did last week," she said. "Somehow it looks the same and worse at the same time." The video has since gone viral, having been viewed 1.8million times. Commenters couldn't believe the awful job the hairdresser did and some questioned why Kate went back a second time. Most read in FabulousLive BlogPAY IT OFF Andrew ‘selling’ £17m chalet as Palace ‘bent...
    Breitbart News spoke with Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) about President Biden’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) nominee David Chipman and Daines noted that Chipman would be “a disaster” for Second Amendment rights. Daines sent a press release on Chipman to Breitbart News on July 14, 2021. Here is part of what the release said: The Constitution is clear, and now I know my Democratic colleagues may want to say otherwise but it’s clear where it says: ‘the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.’ Montanans and the American people are guaranteed this right as protected in our Constitution. Despite this, we have seen President Biden and far Left Democrats abandon this right to fit their own gun grabbing agenda. Daines went on to talk about Chipman’s ties to the gun control lobby and noted, “Putting David Chipman in charge of the ATF is like putting an arsonist in charge of the fire department.” He urged his Senate colleagues to vote against Chipman’s confirmation, saying, “The Senate must oppose Mr. Chipman’s nomination for the...
    More On: nba playoffs 2021 One of Nets’ stars pushing for shocking Game 5 return Nets coach not blaming Greek Freak for ‘unfortunate’ injury NBA great knows all about the ‘pain’ Kyrie Irving is going through Time for Nets to prove they’re a true team The worst version of Joel Embiid showed up at the worst possible moment. Bothered by an ailing knee, the MVP runner-up slogged through a dismal 0-for-12 shooting performance in the second half of Game 4 between his 76ers and the Hawks. In the process, Philadelphia managed to blow an 18-point lead and let Atlanta steal a 103-100 victory, evening the Eastern Conference semifinal at two games a piece. The star big man partially tore the meniscus in his right knee during the Sixers’ first round series against the Wizards, but he looked healthy and dominant as ever in the first three games against Atlanta, averaging over 35 points and 10 rebounds a game. But in Game 4, something shifted, and in the first half he was forced into the locker room for an examination....
    Noah Syndergaard’s road back from Tommy John surgery has hit a snag. The Mets right-hander was removed from his rehab start Tuesday after an inning with “right elbow soreness,” the team said. Syndergaard was making the second start of his rehab assignment with Low-A St. Lucie, 14 months removed from the elbow surgery to repair a torn UCL. The Mets had targeted a mid-June return to the big leagues for Syndergaard, but that could be in jeopardy after Tuesday’s abbreviated start. Noah Syndergaard’s second rehab start ended quickly.Corey Sipkin In his first rehab start last Wednesday, Syndergaard threw four shutout innings with five strikeouts on 44 pitches. Tuesday, he was scheduled to throw another four innings, but threw just 16 pitches in his only inning, walking one and striking out one. Filed under new york mets ,  noah syndergaard ,  5/25/21
    More On: miami Omar’s La Boîte invades Miami, minus originator Omar Hernandez Fire at Miami’s Setai hotel sends billionaires fleeing for the exits Dave Portnoy may open Barstool outpost in Miami, buys mansion there Ivanka Trump hits the beach with her family in Miami Billionaires and celebrities at Miami’s ultra-exclusive Setai hotel were left in the dark, we’re told, after a series of fires knocked out the power and caused flooding — turning the place into “a disaster.” Page Six hears that some One Percenters spent the night huddled outside on pool chairs and others scrambled to their private jets after condos — which sell for up to $12 million for a four-bedroom spread — were left without air conditioning or hot water. We’re told that an influx of Passover and Spring Break travelers left it almost impossible to find a room elsewhere. Sources say that superstar DJ Diplo was among the chic set who skipped town amidst the alleged inconveniences. As we previously reported, an electrical fire broke out on the 19th floor of the hotel’s residential tower...
    JOSE MOURINHO is now the bookies' favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked after Tottenham's shock Europa League exit. Spurs took a two-goal first leg lead to Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday, expecting to stroll into the quarter-finals. 1Jose Mourinho is now 13/10 to be the next Premier League boss sackedCredit: Reuters But a Mislav Orsic hat-trick sunk the North London side in a crazy 120-minute turnaround. It meant a second limp last-16 exit in a row for Mourinho, whose team were comfortably dumped out of the Champions League by RB Leipzig last year. Tottenham also sit back in eighth in the Premier League but at least have the Carabao Cup final to potentially end their long wait for silverware. Fans' ire, not just at a lack of results but also the Portuguese coach's style of play, could soon lead to Daniel Levy taking action. But the lack of a break clause in his contract would mean a huge payout for the club. Bookmaker BetFair have named Mourinho their favourite to be the next manager sacked, at 13/10. The...
    Bridget's search for love is as brilliantly entertaining as ever, even 25 years on. On Saturday, we enjoyed her first (abortive) sexual skirmish with boss Daniel Cleaver. Today, in our second exclusive instalment, Daniel lets her down and she turns up in a saucy Bunny Girl costume to a party — but no one else is in fancy dress,,, Renee Zellweger in the film verison of Bridget Jones   Thursday 23 February   8st 13 (if only could stay under 9st and not keep bobbing up and down like drowning corpse — drowning in fat), alcohol units 2, calories 775 (last-ditch attempt to get down to 8st 7 before tomorrow). 8pm Blimey. Computer messaging with Daniel somehow whipped itself up to fever pitch. At six o'clock I resolutely put my coat on and, as I left the building, Daniel popped out after me and asked me to have dinner with him tomorrow. Yessss! Midnight. Ugh. Completely exhausted. Surely it is not normal to be revising for a date as if it were a job interview? Since leaving work I have scratched...
    (CNN)Last summer, when England's first peak of the coronavirus pandemic had subsided, Fazilah, an ICU nurse at a central London hospital, sat down to write her resignation letter. For months, she says, a wave of depression had enveloped her, but she had been too busy saving other people's lives to be able to identify it, or process it. Instead she "shoved" her feelings down into a "dark part" of her brain. The stress manifested physically: She had constant headaches, a short fuse, and couldn't eat, she said. Fazilah remembers laying on her bathroom floor for three nights -- each time after a grueling shift -- where she said she dry heaved until she fell asleep."I hadn't ate anything all night so what was going to come out? I fell asleep shortly after, only to be disturbed by those unacknowledged feelings in my dreams instead of when I was at work, because who had time to process anything in that soul-destroying place?"Read MoreFazilah ultimately decided to stay at her job, but some of her colleagues did not, "simply due to what...
    One of the miracles of any good television show is that it even works at all. First consider the countless people working across departments and disciplines needed to make a single episode happen; and then consider that they all have to do it anywhere between eight and 20-ish times a year, and that the result has to make sense to millions of people who cannot wait to be unimpressed. There are a lot of places to mess up! And yet we hear about so few mistakes. Which is why it’s a pretty big story when something as large as American Gods goes awry. The Starz drama was a special kind of disaster: it premiered to considerable acclaim only to fall to pieces in between its first and second seasons, losing its high-profile showrunners and several cast members. Between the second season finale and the premiere of the latest season, the show’s new management fired Orlando Jones, whose fiery portrayal of the trickster god Anansi was beloved and one of the show’s brightest stars. (Allegations surrounding Jones’ dismissal are troubling.)...
    Eric Bieniemy will be a sought-after name this offseason. Too bad the Houston Texans do not seem interested.  All one has to do is look at Deshaun Watson’s stat line to realize the Houston Texans are a coach away from being great. The fourth-year quarterback was near flawless for the franchise on his way to posting a 4-12 record for the second time in four years. Daboll has been an essential part of the emergence of Pro Bowl quarterback Josh Allen since 2018. He’s also seen the offense rise from as low as 28th to fifth in the league for 2020. Daboll also spent 10 seasons working with the Patriots in two different stints. What #Bills HC Sean McDermott, OC Brian Daboll and QB Coach Ken Dorsey have contributed to the development of Josh Allen can not be debated. Together with the personnel acquisitions of Brandon Beane, it has been a textbook example of how it’s done. — Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) January 3, 2021 Watson led the NFL in passing yards (4,823) and yards per attempt (8.9), was third in completion...
    The Jets won the coin toss Sunday … and that was the last positive thing that happened for the team. The 49ers embarrassed Gang Green 31-13 at MetLife Stadium despite suffering a rash of injuries, playing the second half with their backup quarterback and missing its star player on defense. None of it matters right now against these dismal Jets. They can do nothing right. The offense stinks. The defense stinks. The coaching stinks. It is a mess that no one move will fix. Fans will call for coach Adam Gase to be fired, but owner Christopher Johnson just gave him a vote of confidence and this team’s issues are far deeper than one man. The reality is Gase needs to get this fixed quickly or he’ll be gone at the end of the season. “I’m pissed right now,” Gase said. “That [bleep’s] no fun going out there and getting your ass beat. We need to get better fast.” The Jets are now 0-2 for the second straight year under Gase and three of the last four years dating back...
    AN EASYJET flight carrying 167 passengers to the UK was left a SECOND from disaster when pilots misjudged the length of the runway by a mile on take-off. The Airbus A320 aircraft bound for Manchester skimmed a perimeter fence at Lisbon airport by just 35 feet after pre-flight checks were botched, an investigation revealed. 3An EasyJet aircraft bound for Manchester was ONE second away from disaster after pilots misjudged the length of the runwayCredit: Getty Images - Getty The 142 tonne jet got airborne with just 361ft of tarmac left after the crew noticed red warning lights marking the end of the runway before realising their error. Experts calculated that the aircraft was just 1.3 seconds from running out of road when its wheels left the ground. A report by the UK’s Air Accidents Investigations Branch into the blunder on September 16 last year said: "This could have caused significant damage to the aircraft and its occupants.” The pilots were said to have carried out calculations for runway 21 at the airport which were mistakenly based on its full length,...
    By Caroline Valetkevitch and David Randall NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. companies are preparing to open their books on a quarter that is set to show the biggest earnings fall since the financial crisis, leaving investors looking for light at the end of the tunnel. The season unofficially begins on Tuesday with results from some of the biggest U.S. banks. Analysts expect S&P 500 companies overall to report a 43.9% drop in year-over-year earnings for the second quarter, when the coronavirus took its biggest toll on companies. Earnings fell 12.8% in the first quarter, according to IBES data from Refinitiv. It would be the second-biggest quarterly earnings drop in IBES data going back to 1968, trailing only 2008's fourth-quarter fall of 67% when banks and other major lenders were hit at the height of the subprime mortgage crisis. "It's widely assumed at this point that earnings for Q2 are going to be pretty much a disaster," said Willie Delwiche, investment strategist at Baird in Milwaukee. As a result, many on Wall Street are looking past this quarter's earnings results. The...
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