Nottingham Evening Post
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Oliver Burke says he can't thank Nottingham Forest enough for what the club did for him, but insists he felt he needed to leave the Reds in order to better his career. The 19-year-old made a move to German side RB Leipzig at the end of August for what was a Scottish record £13 million transfer fee. I can't knock Nottingham Forest for what they've done for me, said Burke. Obviously they've helped me a lot, and they've got me to a certain stage in my career and I can't...
TIME - Top Stories
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He also shared with his characteristic candor that he's ready to shed his reputation as a bad version of a bad boy for something a little more domestic. I want the baby with the protective earphones, he said. I'm right on time for my career, and I'm running late for my life. Perry, for her part, recently split from actor Orlando Bloom so hold out hope, John. There might be hope for that baby bouncing by the side of the stage yet. Listen to Mayer's new song below.
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A movie is in the works about Hillary Clinton and her amazing life, and legendary actress Glenn Close has been chosen to play the former first lady and presidential candidate! Glenn and Meryl [Streep] s names were both mentioned a lot but after Meryl got so political at the Golden Globes , producers thought it might be better to go with Close, sources said. PHOTOS: Revenge! Donald Trump Fighting Back Against Hillary Clinton’s Smear Campaign The film is rumored to focus on Clinton's career and marriage to BillStraight Shuter's Rob Shuter has all the latest gossip! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
Derby Telegraph
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Derby County have been linked with a summer move for Millwall striker Lee Gregory. The Rams and fellow Sky Bet Championship side Barnsley are both tracking the 28-year-old front man, according to the Daily Mail. Gregory has netted 15 goals in League One this season to add to his 27 in all competitions last term. READ MORE: See when all the Rams players' contracts expireSheffield United are also said to be interested in the player, who started his career at Mansfield Town. He moved on to...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Oliver Burke says he can't thank Nottingham Forest enough for what the club did for him, but insists he felt he needed to leave the Reds in order to better his career. The 19-year-old made a move to German side RB Leipzig at the end of August for what was a Scottish record £13 million transfer fee. I can't knock Nottingham Forest for what they've done for me, said Burke. Obviously they've helped me a lot, and they've got me to a certain stage in my career and I can't...
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own career, I am incredibly privileged to represent the constituency I grew up in. I recall the same schools that I go to now, in the 80s, when they had buckets strategically positioned and the leaky.
Daily Express
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Men's Fitness
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What made you want to do 50at50? Swimming has always been my love. That’s where I started my athletic career before I migrated to modern pentathlon. I’ve gone back to swimming, and open-water swimming in particular. Coming back into it I realised swimming remains niche. That sounds a bit crazy but when you consider that there are nine million adults in the UK who can’t swim and that a third of children leave primary school unable to swim, you realise that swimming isnt actually as popular as you might think. I wanted a big physical challenge, but also to do something that’s a bit more philanthropic. The campaign for this year is about highlighting the importance of swimming and showing people how great it can be. RECOMMENDED: The Benefits Of Swimming What kind of swimming events are you doing? I’m back in the pool racing for the first time in almost 20 years, which has been a re-baptism of fire! I’m going to go out to the World Masters Swimming Championships this year.
Sky News
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He always gave me encouragement to do my fitness tests. A really, really genuinely nice guy. He used to go out drinking with the lads, we would do things in the annual camps together. Then he pursued his career in the police. He was never one to slack back. He would always put the other soldiers.
Mashable
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A lot has changed over the past five decades, but Time 's latest cover? Not so much. For the magazine's upcoming April 3 issue, President Donald Trump was interviewed about "truth and falsehood in his career," which, as we can guess from his first few controversial months as president, is bound to be interesting (to say the least). Time revealed the issue's cover on Thursday, which reads: "Is Truth Dead?" in a powerfully large red font atop a black background a "typographical homage" to the magazine's "Is God Dead?" cover published on April 8, 1966, a.k.a. the first ever Time cover without an image. Read more... More about Interview , Media , Magazine Cover , Twitter , and Conversations
Bleacher Report
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Just as Thornwell was surrounded by people who doubted he'd ever make itnot to mention the Top 25-caliber schools like UNC and Duke who overlooked himMartin had his share of doubters early in his career, too. Martin came to South Carolina from Kansas State, where he was hired in 2007 to replace Bob Huggins despite having no head coaching experience beyond the high school level. At the time, Kansas State was ridiculed for the hire. Martin, though, proved his detractors wrong by leading the Wildcats to four NCAA tournament appearances in five seasons, including the Elite Eight in 2010. "When you get down to the nitty gritty, we're very similar," Martin says. Martin and Thornwell's journeys haven't been without speed bumps. The Gamecocks went just 14-20 during Thornwell's freshman year, when he averaged 13.4 points. And lingering tendinitis in both knees affected his play as a sophomore and junior, when South Carolina had winning records but failed to make the NCAA tournament.
The Economist - Business
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AS A teenager, Travis Kalanick’s first job was to knock on strangersdoors and sell them knives. Now he is trying to dodge the daggers aimed at him and at Uber, a ride-hailing firm that is the world’s most valuable startup. On March 19th Jeff Jones, the company’s president, stepped down after six months, declaring that “the beliefs and approach to leadership that have guided my career are inconsistent with what I saw and experienced at Uber.” At least six key executives and high-ranking employees have left in the past nine weeks. They include Uber’s head of mapping, a former head of self-driving car technology, and an artificial-intelligence (AI) expert who had been put in charge of the firm’s AI research lab only three months ago. Aggressive and unrelentingly ambitious, Mr Kalanick built his eight-year-old company into America’s largest privately owned technology firm by treading on the toes of different groups, including traditional taxi drivers, other... Continue reading
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The 32-year-old German star moved to MLS this week after spending his entire career with Bayern Munich and Manchester United
The Week
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A new exhibition delves into the secretive Belgian designers tenure as director of womenswear for the French house One-Minute Read Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 3:12pm Fashion is often full of drama and bravado, and few designers shy away from taking their catwalk curtain call to soak up the applause for their latest collection. But this couldn't be further from the truth for one of the industry's most influential figures, Martin Margiela, who throughout his career has notoriously shied away from the camera – to the extent that there are only a handful of photos of him in circulation. A new exhibition at MoMu, Antwerp's museum of fashion, will lift the lid on this mysterious character with a retrospective delving into one of his most important tenures, as director of womenswear at Hermes. When then-CEO of the brand, Jean-Louis Dumas, approached Margiela in the late 1990s to convince him to take on the role, it marked a bold move for the classic French fashion house.
Autocar
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This year's Formula 1 cars could be the fastest yet Formula 1 returns this weekend in Australia - but what can we expect from the upcoming season? Ahead of the Formula 1 season's opening round in Australia this weekend, we examine the 10 key things to look out for in 2017. 1. Lewis Hamilton ’s quest for a fourth world title The British ace felt hard done by at the end of last season. In his mind he felt he’d delivered enough to beat his arch-rival Nico Rosberg, believed he was the better driver over the balance of the season and that circumstances rather than race performances were what decided the title in his now retired Mercedes team-mate’s favour. Lewis Hamilton: "I'm still driving at my best" The truth is probably somewhere in between, and while it would be wrong to suggest that Rosberg’s achievement, Hamilton was delivering career-best performances towards the end of year.
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The star, who played the role of Tiffany Butcher from 2008 to 2014, has since gone on have a music career after she released her first single last year. But the 15 year-old exclusively told OK! Online that the door has been left open for her return. "Yeah, they’ve definitely said it and they’ve left it open for me to come back when I want and I would like to come back." Believing that it would be nice for the viewers to see a different side to Bianca Butcher's youngest ...