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Pep Guardiola: Premier League is ‘toughest’ to win says Man City boss

Pep Guardiola: Premier League is ‘toughest’ to win says Man City boss

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says that the Premier League "is the toughest league" to compete in as he bids to win back-to-back titles.Guardiola has won multiple league titles in Spain and Germany as a manager and will add a second Premier League title if City beat Leicester on Monday and Brighton next Sunday."For the quality from rivals, no doubts it's the toughest," he said. "That's why being there [top] is incredible."City and Liverpool have been locked in an incredible title fight all season, with both sides already amassing more points than 13-time winners Manchester United ever have in a 38-game Premier League season.City won the league with 100 points last season, but before this...
Arsenal boss Unai Emery lauds Crystal Palace duo Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and wants his academy graduates to follow their lead

Arsenal boss Unai Emery lauds Crystal Palace duo Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and wants his academy graduates to follow their lead

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VERY GOOD The Eagles academy products have been in outstanding form for Roy Hodgson's men so far this season Arsenal boss Unai Emery has heaped praise on Crystal Palace academy duo Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and insists he has plenty of his own young players pushing for a place in his squad. The Gunners host Roy Hodgson’s Palace on Sunday and are looking to maintain their push for a top-four finish. Wilfried Zaha, left, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have both been outstanding for Crystal Palace this season While the Eagles have endured difficult spells during the campaign, Zaha and Wan-Bissaka have often stood out as star performers. They both came through the ranks at Selhurst Park and have been linked with moves away this summer. Emery sin
TED 2019: Twitter boss offers to demote likes and follows

TED 2019: Twitter boss offers to demote likes and follows

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Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has again admitted there is much work to do to improve Twitter and cut down on the amount of abuse and misinformation on the platform.He said the firm might demote likes and follows, adding that in hindsight he would not have designed the platform to highlight these.He said that Twitter currently incentivised people "to post outrage".Instead he said it should invite people to unite around topics and communities."It may be best if it becomes an interest-based network," he told TED curators Chris Anderson and Whitney Pennington Rodgers.Rather than focus on following individual accounts, users could be encouraged to follow hashtags, trends and communities.Doing so would require a systematic change tha...
Ex-VW boss indicted on ‘dieselgate’ fraud charges

Ex-VW boss indicted on ‘dieselgate’ fraud charges

Business
By Wale Azeez, business reporter Volkswagen's former boss and four others have been indicted on charges of fraud and unfair competition over the firm's efforts to cheat diesel emission tests.Martin Winterkorn faces four charges, with prosecutors saying he failed to prevent the manipulation of Volkswagen engines that enabled the cars to falsify results. Mr Winterkorn led the German car maker in 2015 when it was revealed it had installed software to manipulate emissions results as far back as 2009.German prosecutors said on Monday that Mr Winterkorn knew about the software since at least 25 May 2014, despite public statements that he only became aware just before the scandal broke in September the following year.If convicted, he and the others accused face betwe...
Joey Barton: EFL promise to help with investigation into Fleetwood manager’s alleged assault of Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel

Joey Barton: EFL promise to help with investigation into Fleetwood manager’s alleged assault of Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel

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latest South Yorkshire Police are looking into the incident which is rumoured to have taken place in the tunnel after Saturday's match at Oakwell The EFL will help investigate an alleged incident involving Fleetwood manager Joey Barton at Barnsley, chief executive Shaun Harvey has confirmed. Barton is said to have confronted Reds boss Daniel Stendel in the tunnel following Saturday’s game, which ended in a 4-2 victory for the home side at Oakwell, and South Yorkshire Police are investigating. Barton is alleged to have assaulted Barnsley boss Stendel Harvey told BBC Radio 5 Live: “As an off-the-field matter the tunnel is still in the domain of the referee but we will work closely with everybody to ensure it’s not a case of who deals with the m