22) Real Madrid 2-3 Barcelona, La Liga, 23 April 2017 Having managed to go a full calendar year without seeing red and with his side trailing 2-1 in a clásico that could help decide the league title, Ramos’s nostrils flared as Lionel Messi picked up the ball towards the touchline. A wild lunge fortunately didn’t fully connect with the Barcelona forward – had it done so he could have been seriously injured – but it still sent him tumbling into the air before thudding into the Bernabéu turf. The referee Alejandro Hernández had no hesitation in directing Ramos towards an early bath. Ten-man Real equalised through James Rodriguez but could not hold on. Messi’s sumptuous injury-time goal sealed a 3-2 win for Barça. … [Read more...] about Sergio Ramos and his 26 Real Madrid red cards: a retrospective
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Passionate: Wendy Williams, 55, chat with The Karen Hunter Show on SiriusXM Tuesday in New York City, where she got teary-eyed when asked about the current goings-on she had with Hunter after she filed for divorce in April, putting an end to their 22-year marriage … [Read more...] about Wendy Williams fights back tears when asked about her ex-husband Kevin Hunter in emotional interview: ‘Don’t make me cry’
The Jersey-born media personality was asked if she had made changes to her bank and credit card info, to which Wendy declared, 'My name is Wendy Hunter - that's my son's name, and you can't take away twenty - don't make me cry.' … [Read more...] about Wendy Williams rocks a leggy look in short-shorts in NYC … after breaking down in tears over her ex-husband Kevin Hunter
"Previously those cuts you’ve suggested - like not getting my hair cut as often, or not having a takeaway - would have just seemed a step too far but with the loan being paid off within a year perhaps they will be bearable now that I can see light at the end of the tunnel. … [Read more...] about I earn £33,000 a year but my divorce left me in debt so how can I save for a wedding?
The branches are designed to remove the physical barriers between customers and staff. Employees won't even refer to it as a bank; they'll be calling it a "store". At one end of the banking hall will be a door, behind which you will find floor-to-ceiling rows of shiny metal deposit boxes. From around £80 a year, customers will be able to keep valuables in the dual-key boxes. The bank manager will twist one key, the customer the other – and if the door opens, he or she can take the box into an adjoining secure room where they can add to, or withdraw, the contents in privacy. … [Read more...] about Metro Bank looks back to the future