They will be buoyed by reports stating the France Under-21 international would prefer a move to Old Trafford over one to Stamford Bridge as well as Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas' admission his side may be forced to sell some of their key players this summer. … [Read more...] about Man Utd join Timo Werner transfer hunt with Liverpool and eye Lyon striker Moussa Dembele with Ighalo loan ending
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“For me, this is where coaches become coaches. It's all well and good buying £80m players all the time. Seriously, what do you need to coach an £80m player? If you're coaching an £80m player, telling them what they need to do, he isn't worth £80m. … [Read more...] about 7pm Arsenal news LIVE: Away kit LEAKED, Coutinho would be an ‘integral player’, Man City on June 17, Luiz future
In a statement released today, confirming a helicopter and members of the elite GAR unit were involved in the operation, a spokesman for the force in Valencia said: 'The Civil Guard in Valencia, with more than 30 officers from different units, continues in its tireless search for a man aged 35 to 40 approximately, who is slim, around 5ft 5ins to 5ft 9 ins, and a fine and pronounced nose. … [Read more...] about Police hunt ‘Rambo’ survival specialist in Spanish mountains who has been raiding holiday homes for food and held a woman hostage before making off with some asparagus
I think few people in Britain know it. It was published in 1890, when Hamsun was 31. It's a beautiful book, a grand discordant hymn to the city, powered by mesmerising, frenzied prose. It's about a writer living in Oslo who refuses to adapt his work to the literary market, and so falls into poverty and homelessness, wandering the city, fascinated and sometimes hysterically inspired by what he sees. The hunger of Hamsun's narrator is a literal complaint but it is also bound up with his ravenous desire for a milieu in which he can work, for a way to live which doesn't require him to compromise entirely. So Hunger describes the condition of being a writer without an audience, but also, less narrowly, the condition of being a person without a congenial environment, left unnourished by what you are presented with, the 'menu' on your table. … [Read more...] about How did we miss these? Part 2
Now Joseph Nattrass, her long-term lover, moved in as her lodger. However, she also found work as a nurse to an excise officer called John Quick-Manning, who was recovering from smallpox. As was her habit, she swiftly became pregnant by him (their daughter Margaret was born in prison while Mary Ann awaited execution) but, of course, she was still encumbered by her children from her third marriage. One of her stepsons died in March 1872 and her own son Robert soon after. Shortly after revising his will in her favour, Nattrass became sick and died in April. … [Read more...] about She poisoned 21 people including her own mother, children and husbands. So why has no-one heard of Britain’s FIRST serial killer, Mary Ann Cotton?