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DEADPOOL 2 is set to be a very highly anticipated sequel when it lands next year - but will Kerry Washington be playing Domino?
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They are a complete team. So it's the most successful team in Europe in terms of scoring goals. So, a tough draw. I'm looking forward to playing against them. So just compliment because they are a real, real good team.
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The 35-year-old midfielder is out of contract in the summer. Scholes says his own experiences playing alongside Carrick at United taught him how much of a 'big help' the midfielder is to their side.
Western Daily Press
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Yeovil Town striker Shayon Harrison's surprise return to Tottenham Hotspur last night was a move that caught the eye. Harrison, 19, who joined the Glovers on loan until the end of the season in January, played 90 minutes in Spurs' under-23s Premier League 2 match against Sunderland and helped his side to a 1-0 win.But why was Harrison involved in the fixture?The striker's appearance on the teamsheet does not mean that he has been recalled permanently from his loan spell.EFL rules mean that...
Goal
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He manages to see what others don't. Tite, 55, also weighed into the ongoing debate over who is the better player between Messi and Ronaldo. He was diplomatic in his response, insisting both are different players, but he did marvel at the prospect of them playing for the same team, per AS : " They're different stylesone is a scoring striker, finisher. The other is playful, creative and magical. The two on the same team would have destroyed rivals." Messi has won everything there is to win with Barcelona at club level but his international career has been plagued by disappointment. Since winning an Olympic gold medal with the Albiceleste back in 2008 he has endured final defeats at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2015 and 2016 Copa Americas. He retired from international duty following the second successive Copa final defeat on penalties to Chile back in June 2016 but reversed his decision less than two months later, per BBC Sport .
Bleacher Report
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Given how much Williams indulges his hand when it's hot, it'd be crazy to see him playing with John Wall and Bradley Beal in a three-guard alignment at times. Or maybe not so crazy, according to Wall. He said he and Beal, who've butted heads in the past, have figured something out this season. "When one of us is hot, we're still looking for other players," Wall said. "Last year if we were hot, we wanted to make that big play every time." Wall also said of himself: "I'm stepping into the leadership role the best I ever have." Next Steps for Pelicans: Find a Veteran Presence As logical as it was for Pelicans general manager Dell Demps to make that lopsided trade after he has been rightly criticized for not surrounding Anthony Davis with much, let's not lose sight of the weak leadership structure in New Orleans into which Cousins moves. The big man hardly needs to go meekly into town, because Davis is not a leader by nature.
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Footage shows criminals who have escaped jail time, playing on their phones, doing push ups and smoking when they are supposed to be removing graffiti in Melbourne.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Footage shows criminals who have escaped jail time, playing on their phones, doing push ups and smoking when they are supposed to be removing graffiti in Melbourne.
SABC Digital News
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Bleacher Report
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It helps that Lopez has developed into an impressive shooter from the outside, making 34.4 percent of his three-point attempts while averaging 20.8 points per game. However, bringing Lopez into the mix would create a problem: How would he co-exist with current center Myles Turner? It's hard to see them playing together. Turner is 43rd out of 58 centers in rebounding rate, per ESPN . Lopez ranked second-to-last. Playing those two on the floor would give opposing teams a massive edge on the boards. Still, Indiana may be tempted to give it a shot given the status quo isn't working. Prediction: Lopez gets traded to a desperate, playoff-contending team (which may very well be Indiana) that decides last-minute to give the Nets one mid-to-late first-round pick in this year's draft. Derrick Rose While Derrick Rose has clearly improved since last season, when he had a below-average 13.
Bleacher Report
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Jimmy Butler is the best player on the Chicago Bulls by wide miles and has turned out to be one of the best players in the NBA and an ESPN cover boy. But for the last month, rumors have persisted that Butler would be dealt from the Bulls to the Boston Celtics . The motivation for this potential deal, which includes the potential No. 1 draft pick this summer (through the floundering Brooklyn Nets ), is simple. The Celtics are playing well and sense an opportunity to overcome the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers , while the Bulls have missed the playoffs last year with Butler and seem like a team heading nowhere with him in the lineup this season. Why not trade Butler for a package that includes the potential No. 1 draft pick? That's one of the possibilities for the Celtics, who would become a stronger and more gifted team with the All-Star on the roster.
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However, Western countries, led by the U.S., have long believed that these sanctions economic, political or social, either by governments or societies can change a governments behavior, even if they harm ordinary people. At the very least, it is a statement that a countrys actions are beyond the pale. The world has tried these tactics before ― against apartheid in South Africa, for example. Imagine if top tennis players boycotted the U.S. Open, like cricket and rugby players did with tournaments in apartheid South Africa. American politicians and diplomats need to be sent a message that, as much as the world needs and wants a strong and stable U.S. playing its rightful role, the U.S. needs the support of the rest of the world just as much, if not more. If push comes to shove, the world can and must construct a new world order that does not treat the U.
France 24
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A sign of his return were two incredible last-gasp saves against Sporting Lisbon earlier this month. "I don't know how I reached those balls, I still have a sore back," joked Casillas following a performance which prompted Spain coach Julen Lopetegui to state the door "was not closed to Iker Casillas". - 'Healthy, positive rivalry' - Their respectful rivalry goes back to their early years. "I am lucky enough to be three years younger than Gigi. I was 14 when I started and he was 18; I was able to see and appreciate his style and personality," said Casillas. "As I grew up, I looked up to him and then we evolved together and we've had similar careers. "Ours is a healthy, positive rivalry: we really appreciate each other and playing against him is always a pleasure. "He is a player who is known and admired all over the world and he is part of the history of this game.
Bristol Post
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For fans still nursing disappointment from Glastonbury Festival 2015, this is sure to cheer you up.It looks as though Foo Fighters are just hours away from being announced as one of this year's headline acts, with more and more clues appearing. Yesterday, Foo Fighter fans received 'boarding passes' in the post for the fictional 'Obelisk Airlines', featuring the band's logo inside a pyramid, prompting many to take that as a sign they would be playing the iconic stage this summer.READ MORE:...
Plymouth Herald
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THERE is no prospect of a return to action in the near future for the injured Plymouth Argyle trio of Gary Miller, Connor Smith and Paul-Arnold Garita. Miller and Smith are both recovering from ankle injuries while Garita, the on-loan Bristol City striker, is being treated for a hamstring issue. Manager Derek Adams told Herald Sport he did not know when any of them would be ready to resume playing. Argyle are currently in a busy part of the season, with the visit to promotion rivals Luton...
Radar Online
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Angelina Jolie is changing her tune about ex Brad Pitt now that they're messy divorce is being settled behind closed doors. In an exclusive interview on Good Morning America Tuesday morning, the 41-year-old discussed her new film set in Cambodia, as well as her shocking split. We are focusing on the health of our family, Jolie told GMA's George Stephanopoulos . So we will be stronger when we come out of this because that's what we're determined to do as a family. PHOTOS: Bye Bye, Brad! Smiling Angelina Jolie Celebrates New Years With Kids In Colorado When asked if she still considers Pitt — whose parenting she's praised in the past — a great father to her children, Jolie opted to remain complimentary. Of course, of course, she answered. We will always be a family. Always. Watch The Video On RadarOnline As Radar previously reported, Pitt and Jolie's split came after an alleged altercation took place in front of the children aboard the family's private plane last September.
The Week
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But with Jesus out for the rest of the season after breaking a bone in his foot, Aguero could be given a reprieve, although his place in the starting XI is by no means certain, says Al Hain-Cole of Goal.com . Guardiola clearly prefers playing a "fluid front three", he says, and that doesn't suit Aguero. "Should the former Bayern Munich boss choose to go down this route and leave Aguero on the bench yet again, then Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane or Nolito could prove effective options to play in the false nine role." If he were left out of such a big game it would surely signal the beginning of the end of his City career. Against that backdrop, Hain-Cole believes the Monaco strikers could be a better bet when it comes to finding the net. Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim has seen his side score 76 goals in 24 Ligue 1 fixtures this season, "the best goals to game ratio in Europe's top five leagues".
Deadline
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Thanks for playing.) During awards season, that bastion of expensive politicking, offscreen narratives supersede art. This years narrative goes like this: La La Land is the escapist swoon needed to distract from Trumps horror show, Moonlight is a socially vital tale not seen often enough, and Hidden Figures is a healthy blend of escapism and import. Put another way, some journalists and Twitter objectors accuse La La Land of being a mansplain-y letdown with subpar dancers and a misguided homage to old-school musicals . They argue its simply not the movie Trumps America needs, at least not when competing against stories about the very sorts of people our government would rather marginalize. The objectors objectors call them killjoys who fail to appreciate Damien Chazelles colorful flourishes and bittersweet enchantment .
Techradar
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Don't fret, though: it's a pretty chill gig. You'll still have time to go fishing, catch bugs, design clothes, dig up fossils, decorate and expand your home, and hang out with friends doing lots of relaxing stuff. The 3DS's online and StreetPass functionality are put to great use here, allowing you to visit friends' towns see how other players' homes are decorated. Japanese role-playing games aren't as ubiquitous as they once were, but they haven't gone away - they've simply found new homes on systems like the 3DS. Furthermore, Bravely Default is one of the best examples of the genre in recent years, combining modern technology and excellent storytelling with genre staples like random enemy encounters, turn-based battles, and a job system that lets you choose your characters' abilities. Sure, the game's title sounds weird, but it's actually tied to its deeply strategic battle system, in which you "default" by skipping your turn in battle, then use "brave" attacks that allow you to unleash multiple strikes in one go.
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