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Benoit Assou-Ekotto: The £37,000-a-week defender who will not play for Spurs again

Inside Football: He has not played for first team since May 2013 and, after 'quenelle' episode, is unlikely to come back<p>What has happened to Benoit Assou-Ekotto? The defender is unlikely ever to play for Tottenham Hotspur again but unless he is sold or loaned in the January transfer window he will …

Manchester United will not win Premier League playing like this, says Louis van Gaal

Manager admits that Man Utd have severely damaged their chances of mounting a Premier League title challenge after drawing 1-1 with Aston Villa<p>Louis Van Gaal admitted that <b>Manchester United</b> damaged their chances of mounting a <b>Premier League</b> title challenge after drawing 1-1 with <b>Aston Villa</b>.<p>It was an …

Dortmund is in the relegation zone, and this is why

Borussia Dortmund may have made it to the Champions League Round of 16, but they're struggling in the Bundesliga.<p>This isn't the way things were supposed to go for Borussia Dortmund this season. After finishing a distant second two years in a row, this was supposed to be the season that BVB put in a …

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hits back in diving row

Manager says it will be a 'disaster' if independent panels are given the job of looking at simulation incidents after games<p>Jose Mourinho, the <b>Chelsea</b> manager, has hit back in the row over his players diving.<p>Chelsea have found themselves at the heart of the simulation debate this week after several …

Can Lionel Messi play with Carlos Tevez?

It’s one of the quirks of international football that countries sometimes have two hugely gifted players whose styles are incompatible. How England must have wished when Stanley Matthews and Tom Finney were in their prime that one of them had been left-footed. How Italy must have wished that either …

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Arsenal transfers: Arsene Wenger targets Morgan Schneiderlin, Christoph Kramer and Tyrone Mings

Transfers: Latest news, rumours and gossip for Arsenal in 2014, as Arsene Wenger prepares to spend big in January<p><b>Arsenal</b><p>Arsenal are set to make a 'monster' bid to sign Southampton midfielder <b>Morgan Schneiderlin</b>, 25, in January. (Metro)<p>The Gunners are willing to spend big on the defensive midfielder …

Man Utd transfers: Gareth Bale 'open to leaving Real Madrid and joining Old Trafford'

Transfers: Latest news, rumours and gossip for Man Utd in 2014, as Red Devils are given green light to pursue Gareth Bale<p><b>Manchester United</b><p>Manchester United have been given the green light to launch a summer bid for Real Madrid's <b>Gareth Bale</b>, 25. (Express)<p>The Welsh forward is reportedly open to a …

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7 Barcelona Academy Stars to Get Excited About in 2015

Link to Media<p>Barcelona have always taken great pride in the players that are produced from their La Masia academy.<p>The wheel continues to turn and the crop that are ready to make the step up from Barca B to the first team within the year will be among the best players to have ever graduated from …

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Montana Shooter Found Guilty Despite State's 'Castle Doctrine'

More than 30 states have laws that allow people to use deadly force if they have a reasonable fear for their life or property. But this week, a Montana jury said that type of law has its limits, finding a homeowner who shot a teenager in his garage guilty of deliberate homicide.<p>In the early hours …

Scientists Have Finally Discovered Why No One Can Remember Being A Baby

Infants' memories may be wiped clean by the genesis of new brain cells, a study in rodents suggests.<p>The findings offer an explanation for why people can't recall memories from early childhood, a century-old mystery.<p>The study's authors "make a very interesting and compelling case," says …

15 Christmas Dinner Ideas That Are a Little Fancy and Very Festive

Christmas is like clockwork: Thanksgiving passes, and all of a sudden your to-do list gets longer, with menu planning, gift shopping and wrapping, and Christmas tree-decorating. But just because Christmas comes around every year doesn't mean your menu has to. Are you tempted to cook the same …

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The women’s voices that make men feel all tingly – and why

Scientists say that have discovered that a man’s skin really does tingle when he hears a woman speak.<p>From Lauren Bacall’s killer line “You know how to whistle don’t you?” in the 1944 classic To Have and Have Not, to Mariella Frostrup’s honey-on-gravel huskiness, women’s voices have renowned powers …

Orkut, we hardly knew ye: 10 tech products we lost in 2014

Every year, the tech industry brings us unexpected surprises and long-predicted changes, and among those ups and downs are usually a few endings to …

"Lost" Satellite Photos Reveal Surprising Views of Earth in the 1960s

Images reveal the most Antarctic ice on record and the Aral Sea before it dried up.<p>Scientists have uncovered a cache of satellite images of Earth from the 1960s that had been forgotten in storage for nearly 50 years and that push back the first satellite images of our planet a full 17 years.<p><b>The</b> …

Highest Stone Age Campsite Reveals Grit of First Americans

South America's early migrants reached a remote oasis more than 14,000 feet high.<p>Paleo-Indian hunters ventured high into the Andes Mountains as early as 12,800 years ago, as much as two thousand years sooner than previously thought.<p>The finding, reported Thursday in the journal <i>Science</i>, suggests that …

Japan's Kamikaze Winds, the Stuff of Legend, May Have Been Real

Storms in 1200s could have helped thwart attacks by Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan's fleets, a study of lake sediments finds.<p>An ancient story tells of the kamikaze, or "divine wind," that twice saved Japan from Kublai Khan's Mongol fleets. So powerful was the legend that centuries later thousands of …

Fossil From Dinosaur Era Reveals Big Mammal With Super Senses

A nearly complete skull, found accidentally, belongs to the enigmatic group of ancient mammals called Gondwanatherians.<p>Dinosaurs that roamed Madagascar more than 66 million years ago had a most unusual fuzzy mammal living in their shadows—one so large, and with such strange features, that …

Autism’s Gut-Brain Connection

The different gut bacteria in autistic individuals may be contributing to the disorder.<p>Stress can send your stomach into a painful tailspin, causing cramps, spasms and grumbling. But trouble in the gut can also affect the brain.<p>This two-way relationship may be an unlikely key to solving one of …

Real-Life 'Unicorn' Found; Deer Has Extremely Rare Deformity

A roe deer shot in Slovenia has a single antler that makes it look exactly like a unicorn.<p>It looks like it just walked out of a fairy tale, but this deer with a single, unicorn-like antler is the real thing.<p>Shot by a hunter in Celje, Slovenia (map), in August, the roe deer has an extremely rare …

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DNA Confirms: Here Lieth Richard III, Under Yon Parking Lot

The king's genes also raise some royally embarrassing questions about the legitimacy of the Tudors who ended his reign.<p>Ancient bones discovered under a parking lot have been confirmed as those of the medieval king Richard III, through a DNA test that also raises questions about the legitimacy of …

Weird Animal Question of the Week: What's the Most Toxic Snake?

Technically, it's the inland taipan—but other snakes are more dangerous.<p>Snakes are sneaky-even questions about them can wiggle right out of your grasp.<p>When Arocha Musa of Kampala, Uganda, wrote in asking, "What makes the cobra the most dangerous snake?" we quickly realized two things: Cobras aren't …

Bunny-Size Dinosaur Was First of Its Kind in America

Newly described relative of Triceratops was the continent's first horned dinosaur.<p>A tiny horned skull discovered 17 years ago has now been named <i>Aquilops americanus</i>, and marks the earliest arrival of horned dinosaurs in North America.<p>The fossil skull is the oldest definitive evidence of a …

My GMO Journey: From Skeptic To Supporter

<i>Anna Sumi, George Washington University</i><p>A few weekends ago I made the four-hour drive from my hometown of Madison, Wisconsin to Northfield, Minnesota to visit my best friend. As I drove mindlessly past the cornfields of anywhere-that’s-not-a-city, Wisconsin, across the Mississippi River, I didn’t …

Weird Animal Question of the Week: Oddest Eggs of the Animal Kingdom

From the horn shark's "drill bit" to the lacewing's sticky stalks, eggs come in all shape and sizes.<p>Eggs across the animal kingdom range from simple to spectacular—even among the most common of barnyard animals, the chicken.<p>Our Weird Animal Question of the Week came to us via Danny Huynh, who …

Locked Away for Years, Skeleton's Secrets Rewrite Prehistory of North America

People came to the New World thousands of years earlier and by different means of locomotion than expected, says the Sherlock Holmes of old bones.<p>In the summer of 1996, while wading in the shallows of the Columbia River near Kennewick, Washington, two students stumbled onto a skeleton. Dated to …

Mystery Grand Canyon Animal Is a Gray Wolf—Can It Survive?

Kaibab Plateau, Arizona<p>An animal spotted this fall on the Kaibab Plateau is confirmed as a gray wolf from the northern Rockies.<p>On a recent evening not long after dusk, Natalie Ertz stood in a meadow near the Grand Canyon's north rim and howled like a wolf.<p>There was a good reason for the howl.<p>Ertz, …

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Raheem Sterling's terrible timing over contract demands risks sparking more fury among Liverpool's dejected fans

Winger's rejection of £70,000-a-week contract will antagonise many but he's simply playing the game at a club that wasted £120m in the summer<p>England's most talented youngster runs the risk of being nicknamed Raheem 'Pound' Sterling on the back of his apparent rejection of a £70,000-per-week pay …

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