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‘Homesick’ Prince Harry Starting To ‘Regret’ Leaving The UK?

Does Prince Harry regret coming to the United States? One report says that Wimbledon and Euro 2020 have him longing for nights with David Beckham and Prince William. Gossip Cop investigates. ‘Homesick Harry Ain’t Got Game’. According to the National Enquirer, sports have Prince Harry missing England. He’s reportedly enviously...
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Liverpool add former Aberdeen scouting chief Richardson to staff

Former Aberdeen head of recruitment Russ Richardson has joined Liverpool's scouting staff. The Liverpool Echo says Richardson will take a role in helping the Reds unearth talent across the United Kingdom. He spent eight years working at Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen having previously been chief scout at Bristol City. Richardson...
NFLUSA Today

Danny Shelton: Giants' environment 'very similar' to New England's

New York Giants head coach Joe Judge preaches accountability and personal responsibility, he demands hard work and he won’t allow any me-first players on his field. It’s not quite Bill Belichickian, but it sure is close. And what else would you expect? Judge is a guy who came through the Nick Saban, Belichick coaching tree.
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Spurs slap price-tag on Celtic target Hart

Tottenham are demanding major money to sell Joe Hart. Tottenham have told Celtic that they can land Hart for £1million. The Hoops are locked in talks with the Premier League side over a deal for the former England No1. Parkhead chiefs hoped to land the 34-year-old on a free transfer...
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Alyssa Naeher is a steadying force in goal for the US

YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — Much as she did at the 2019 World Cup, U.S. goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher came up big at the Olympics in the tensest of moments. Naeher made three crucial penalty saves for the United States in its quarterfinal match against the Netherlands, one in regulation and two during a shootout, that kept the Americans alive at the Tokyo Games.
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Man Utd signing Varane aims to start training next week

Manchester United signing Raphael Varane hopes to travel to Manchester this weekend. The 28-year-old could fly to Manchester on Saturday but Varane has to obtain a visa before he can fly to England, says the Manchester Evening News. Varane will have to quarantine following his arrival and will then undergo...
Beauty & Fashionmsn.com

The Evolution of Camilla's Royal Style

From royal weddings and black tie events to international tours of the Commonwealth, Camilla carries out a number of official duties—and she has to look the part of the wife of the future King of England. Unlike the Queen—and her step-daughter-in-law Kate—the Duchess of Cornwall usually steers clear of bright colors, favoring neutrals, pastels, and navy—with the occasional pop of bright blue. But when it comes to hats, she's not afraid to make a bold statement. Here, her top looks.
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Russell thought Hungary Q2 ‘would be a breeze’

George Russell thought the Hungaroring would be Williams’ strongest track of the season, but instead he suffered Q1 elimination. The Briton has been a regular in the second stage of qualifying in 2021, while at the previous two rounds in Austria and England he even managed to reach Q3. But...
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People not getting tested for Covid to avoid self-isolation, expert suggests

People could be refusing to get tested for coronavirus in a bid to avoid having to self-isolate, a Government adviser has said. Professor Robert West, a member of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviours (Spi-B), which advises ministers, said it could be a factor in the difference between the high infection rate in the UK and the decrease in daily positive cases.
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