Leeds United transfer rumours as Whites turn down approach for highly-rated defender

August is officially underway, meaning the 2021/22 Premier League campaign kicks off in less than a fortnight. Leeds United have made three additions to the senior squad this summer, signing left-back Junior Firpo from Barcelona, making Jack Harrison’s loan from Manchester City a permanent deal and recruiting goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson from Valerenga. However, persistent links… Continue reading Leeds United transfer rumours as Whites turn down approach for highly-rated defender

Travel abroad with confidence thanks to Covid19 Health Clinics

Holidaying abroad this summer may be back on the table, but with restrictions around COVID-19, it can feel overwhelming to sort out the required testing. Covid19 Health Clinics aims to demystify the complexities around testing for travel and make it easy for everyone – so your plans don’t have to go on hold. The company… Continue reading Travel abroad with confidence thanks to Covid19 Health Clinics

Where ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ at first wasn’t welcome

That is, unless those viewers were in Boston. In a controversy that’s become an unforgettable part of the sitcom’s history, Boston’s ABC affiliate initially wouldn’t let the now-classic comedy on its air. At the time, the city was facing a school busing crisis, one that began in 1974 with a court order to desegregate its… Continue reading Where ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ at first wasn’t welcome

‘You wonder what he was looking at’ – Richard Agar slams Robert Hicks over controversial call

Richard Agar has hit out at video referee Robert Hicks after Leeds Rhinos were on the wrong end of a controversial call in the 27-26 defeat to Warrington Wolves. The Rhinos were 18-12 up in the early stages of the second half when Josh Charnley appeared to have been held up by Brad Dwyer. However,… Continue reading ‘You wonder what he was looking at’ – Richard Agar slams Robert Hicks over controversial call

Olympic Sprinter From Belarus Seeks Refuge in Japan, Fearing Jail at Home

A Belarusian sprinter said Sunday that she was under the protection of the Japanese police after her country’s Olympic Committee tried and failed to deport her forcibly after she criticized her coaches for registering her for the wrong event. The sprinter, Kristina Timanovskaya, announced Sunday evening on Instagram that she had sought protection in Japan… Continue reading Olympic Sprinter From Belarus Seeks Refuge in Japan, Fearing Jail at Home

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Delta Variant, R.S.V. Infections Rising Among Children

Health officials have expressed concern over a simultaneous rise in Delta infections and cases of a respiratory virus known as respiratory syncytial virus, or R.S.V., a highly contagious, flulike illness, that is typically more likely to affect children and older adults. Cases of R.S.V. have risen gradually since early June, with an even greater spike… Continue reading Delta Variant, R.S.V. Infections Rising Among Children

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Barry Douglas opens on dealing with ‘rigorous regime’ at Leeds United and his move to Poland

Barry Douglas has spoken out about his move back to Poland following the expiration of his Leeds United contract. The 31-year-old was ravaged by injury during his time at Elland Road and had slipped down the pecking order by the time Leeds began their first season back in the Premier League. A loan move Blackburn… Continue reading Barry Douglas opens on dealing with ‘rigorous regime’ at Leeds United and his move to Poland

Saginaw Grant: ‘The Lone Ranger’ and ‘Breaking Bad’ actor dies at 85

The prolific Native American character actor died on July 28, Carmichael said. Carmichael’s announcement added that Grant was the “hereditary chief and the medicine man of the Sac & Fox tribe,” and described him as a man who “traveled the world speaking of his traditions, his experiences, his sobriety and his faith as both a… Continue reading Saginaw Grant: ‘The Lone Ranger’ and ‘Breaking Bad’ actor dies at 85