Jurgen Klopp will insist he had no choice as his senior squad prepare to face Monterrey in the semi-final of the Club World Cup on Wednesday, and, while it was arguably a nadir for this much maligned competition, Liverpool’s display still offered hope for the future. … [Read more...] about Aston Villa hammer five past youngest-ever Liverpool side to progress to Carabao Cup semi-finals
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As plaque builds up, the wall of the blood vessel thickens. A piece of plaque can break off and be carried by the bloodstream until it gets stuck, blocking blood flow to the brain or heart and causing a heart attack or stroke. … [Read more...] about Devoted football fans may be at greater risk of heart attacks because of ‘rocketing’ levels of stress during matches, scientists claim
Red lanterns festoon streets and buildings in Beijing, but the Lama Temple and others have been closed. The Ci'en Temple in Zhejiang province, where at least five cases of the new virus have been confirmed, said on its website that all religious activities and events during the Spring Festival have been canceled. … [Read more...] about China cancels its Lunar New Year celebrations, locks down FOURTEEN cities, shuts part of the Great Wall and Shanghai Disneyland in desperate bid to contain killer coronavirus
Beijing's Forbidden Palace, which hosts the Palace Museum, will be closed to visitors from tomorrow, Saturday The Beijing National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, has been closed A four-day carnival planned in Hong Kong, from January 25 to 28, has been cancelled by the state tourism board Hong Kong's Lunar New Year World Cup football tournament has been called off All public Lunar New Year events in Macau, home to more than half-a-million people, have been cancelled A man hangs a cooked duck in the window of his restaurant in China Town in London on January 24, 2020, as preparations are made for Chinese New Year which starts on January 25 and will usher in the Year of the Rat … [Read more...] about Welcome to the Year of the Rat! Britain’s Chinese community wear facemasks as they celebrate New Year amid coronavirus scare
How a rugby game became a battle against apartheid 'Without coal Wales would be part of England' Six ways Rugby changed the world "Rugby was obviously started by young men in private schools....but as society changed in the late 19th Century more and more people from different backgrounds came into the game and gave it a sense of local identity. … [Read more...] about Six Nations: How did Welsh rugby become a game for all?