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Bradford toddler fall death: Woman charged with murder

A woman is charged with murder after an 18-month-old boy falls from a window in Bradford.


Arsenal legend Thierry Henry says Harry Kane has teams beaten before kick-off

THIERRY HENRY insists Harry Kane has some teams beaten even before they walk down the tunnel. Such is the goal-scoring influence of the Tottenham hitman. England striker Kane’s latest contribution in a magnificent season saw him score twice against


Swansea vs Manchester United live score: Latest updates from Carabao Cup clash

MANCHESTER UNITED travel to face Swansea in the Carabao Cup following their shock 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield. Meanwhile the Swans will also look to return to winning ways after losing 2-1 to Leicester at the Liberty Stadium in their last outing. Kick-off


Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho gives no excuses, Ronald Koeman looks like a dead man walking and how much would Liverpool pay for Lewis Dunk?

ANOTHER Premier League weekend is in the books and it’s fair to say it was a thriller. Goals were flying in from all angles in Super Sunday’s double-header, as Everton lost 5-2 to Arsenal and Liverpool capitulated to a 4-1 loss against Totte


Hibernian vs Hearts live score: Latest updates from Scottish Premiership clash

HEARTS and Hibernian go head to head in the Scottish Premiership with just two points separating them in the table. The hosts will be on the hunt for a win after losing twice and drawing in their last three games, while Hearts have won in their last two o


Arsenal to battle Real Madrid for Brazilian wonderkid Alan, 17, after impressing at the Under-17s World Cup

ARSENAL are set to join Real Madrid in the race for highly-rates Brazil Under-17 star Alan Guimaraes, according to reports. The Palmeiras attacking midfielder was reported to have a verbal agreement to join Real in the summer. But now Sports Illustr


Liverpool defenders and goalkeeper will 'kill' any chance of success, says Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp

Multiple mistakes gifted Tottenham a 4-1 victory on Sunday that left Jürgen Klopp accepting that his side have not been good enough in recent weeks

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