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  • ‘I’M NOT PHYSICALLY CAPABLE’: Ozzy Osbourne retires from touring

    Breadcrumb Trail Links Music The former Black Sabbath frontman – who has Parkinson’s disease – suffered a nightmare year in 2019 Ozzy Osbourne performs at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Saturday November 27, 2010 in support of his album Scream. Photo by ERNEST DOROSZUK /TORONTO SUN Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may…

  • Leicester City chairman clears almost £200m from club debts

    Leicester City chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has relieved the club of nearly £200million of outstanding debts. The Premier League club, which is owned by King Power International, had over £194m in loans and interest that they were due to pay back to Srivaddhanaprabha’s company. However, the Thai businessman, the son of former Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash outside…

  • Fiorentina are ‘furious with Xavi for repeatedly calling Sofyan Amrabat on the deadline day’

    Fiorentina are ‘furious with Barcelona boss Xavi for repeatedly calling Sofyan Amrabat on deadline day’… blasting his ‘unprofessional’ behaviour after they had already rejected a loan bid Fiorentina are furious for repeatedly calling Sofyan Amrabat on the deadline day Barca approached them to try and sign Amrabat on loan with the option to buy They declined by Xavi and Barcelona’s…

  • Enzo Fernandez transfer news: Chelsea complete British record £107m fee for Benfica midfielder

    Enzo Fernandez (left) joined Benfica from Argentinian side River Plate last year Chelsea have signed Benfica’s Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez for a British record 121m euro (£107m) transfer fee. The deal eclipses the £100m Manchester City paid for Jack Grealish in 2021. Fernandez, who only joined Benfica for a reported £10m in August, was named young player of the tournament…

  • South Africa v England: third men’s one-day international – live | England v South Africa 2022

    Key events Show key events only Please turn on JavaScript to use this feature 10th over: England 20-3 ( Malan 8, Buttler 0) Bavuma makes the first switch with Parnell replacing the dangerous Ngidi. Malan can’t do anything substantial with the over, wafts uneasily at his fifth, and picks up a single at the last. That’s the end of the…

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