Daily Express - Sports
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LEWIS HAMILTON has thrived under the new dynamic between himself and Valtteri Bottas during their first off-season as team-mates, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.
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Manager Gary Brazil has spoken about Chris Cohen's contract situation, saying the midfielder/defender is somebody you would not want to lose. And the Reds boss appears to have hinted he believes the club should look to extend the 29-year-old's stay at the City Ground. Cohen's current deal expires in the summer, with several among the first-team squad finding themselves in the same situation. Brazil says the club are working hard to get some of those players tied...
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Porsche 918 Spyder review The fundamentals of the Lamborghini Urusunderpinnings will be shared with the Porsche Cayenne, but expect Lambo to set its chassis engineers loose with the remit of turning the Urus into a truly sporting SUV. In addition to this, the Lamborghini Urus will feature a similar four-wheel-steering system to the Aventador S, plus electronically controlled dampers to allow owners to choose between extra comfort or a firmer, more sporting ride. Image 6 of 6 Image 6 of 6 Lamborghini wont be chasing massive sales volumes with the Urus straight away. Company boss Stefano Domenicali told Auto Express: ‘We need to be humble. We need to start step by step because it’s a new world for us.’ Bentley Bentayga review He continued however by saying that the Urus could account for more than half of Lamborghini’s global sales by 2019. It’s got plenty of competition though – with the likes of the BMW X5M, Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 providing rip-snorting performance for a fraction of the Lambo’s anticipated £180,000 price.
The Week
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But every setback is also an opportunity for Mourinho and he used the news to take a sly dig at Manchester City by insisting that the TV schedule would not influence his team selection. "Last season the then Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini faced a similar proposition when City travelled to Stamford Bridge in the fifth round on a Sunday before flying to Ukraine to take on Dynamo Kyiv on the Wednesday in the Champions League," explains The Guardian. The City boss fielded a second string side, including several unheard-of youngsters, who were beaten 5-1. But the sheer number of matches facing Mourinho as they battle on three fronts could mean he is forced to make changes. And that could serve to shed more light on his long-term plans, with the likes of Luke Shaw set to discover if they have any chance of ever breaking back into the first team on a regular basis.
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The car boss eyeing a takeover of Vauxhall's owner has said it could help turn around the loss-making company's fortunes - but made no pledges on jobs.
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Daily Express - Sports
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LEWIS HAMILTON has thrived under the new dynamic between himself and Valtteri Bottas during their first off-season as team-mates, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.
Forbes
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Tiffany Dufu is a total boss. In her new book, Drop the Ball, she reflects on the lessons in leadership she's learned throughout her extraordinary career and shares the secrets behind achieving more by doing less.
The Sun Daily
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" By contrast, Sevilla were left to rue a slew of missed chances. "We were the better side, we had a lot of chances and we should have scored more because as it is the tie is still open," said forward Stefan Jovetic. And Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli claimed he never expected the gulf between the sides to be so great despite Leicester's struggles of late. "It is difficult to imagine such a big difference in a Champions League game," said the Argentine. "We were dominant and we found Schmeichel in great form. If it wasn't for him, it would have been a very different story." Yet, despite their fine form, it was a similar story for Sevilla this season as their profligacy in front of goal could come back to haunt them in three weeks' time. "We didn't have the luck or the ruthlessness to show the difference between the sides," added Sampaoli. "We go away with a strange sensation due to their goal, but we are looking forward to the second leg and motivated to stay in Europe." — AFP
The Sun Daily
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"If I could choose, I would choose not to travel a lot because in the next (Europa League) round we have Chelsea (in the FA Cup) in between the two matches. "We have Middlesbrough away after the second match, so if you give me something like (Russians) Krasnodar or some very far destination, I would prefer Lyon — two hours flight. I would prefer something close." Despite leading 3-0 from last week's first leg at Old Trafford, Mourinho still picked a strong side for the trip to the Geoffroy Guichard stadium. He restored Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba to the first XI having started them on the bench in Sunday's 2-1 FA Cup victory at Blackburn. Both played the full 90 minutes as injuries to Henrikh Mhiktaryan and Michael Carrick forced Mourinho into a pair of unscheduled substitutions. And the Portuguese boss admitted that he runs the risk of players tiring as they juggle matches in the Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup and even Sunday's League Cup final against Southampton at Wembley.
Leicester Mercury
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Leicester City midfielder Riyad Mahrez believed his side's 'English football' was key in keeping them very much in their Champions League tie with Seville.City were 2-0 down and facing a mountain to climb, before Jamie Vardy's goal gave them a lifeline 17 minutes from time.City continued to battle and hurry the high-flying Spaniards and dug their heels in to come away with a 2-1 defeat that sets up the second leg at the King Power Stadium nicely.With boss Claudio Ranieri hailing his side's...
ITV
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Still to come... Punishment and reform - the new plans to write the rehabilitation of offenders into law. And at her Majesty's Service - as Naomie Harris goes from Bond to Buckingham Palace to pick up an OBE. The boss of Centrica, which owns British Gas, has warned any price cap on energy prices would have "unintended consequences" which would hurt customers.
BBC News 24
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That's the view of his West Ham boss Slaven Bilich. The striker has been in great form for West Ham when fit - but he's currently sidelined with a groin strain and has only made 16 appearances for the club this season. When he's playing, when he's fit, for me, he is a top striker. no good for him, no good for us, no good for a call-up in the England squad.
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Before announcing a desire to move on, employees (and managers) should try this...