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Jack Grealish, Phil Foden and Declan Rice are England’s future and Gareth Southgate should focus on them without Jordan Henderson in Nations League, says Jamie O’Hara

Jack Grealish, Phil Foden and Declan Rice are England’s future and Gareth Southgate should focus on them without Jordan Henderson in Nations League, says Jamie O’Hara

Sports
The rescheduled Euro 2020 finals are still more than nine months away but preparations for the tournament are certainly in motion. But before they have that to think about, the Three Lions take on Iceland and Denmark in the UEFA Nations League next month, with manager Gareth Southgate set to announce his squad for the matches later today. Getty Images - Getty Southgate’s side are in action for the first time since November 2019 Being England manager means you have to make a number of tough decisions all the time but Southgate really has a number of issues to address ahead of these upcoming matches. Who starts in goal? England’s first choice for the last couple of years, Jordan Pickford, is really struggling for form at Everton, while Burnley star Nic...
Jamie Dimon says he’s ‘disgusted by racism’ and progress is needed at JP Morgan after report

Jamie Dimon says he’s ‘disgusted by racism’ and progress is needed at JP Morgan after report

Finance
J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told employees that he's "disgusted by racism and hate in any form" after a New York Times report detailed instances of discrimination at the bank's branches."We must make sure that the culture we aspire to reaches every corner of our company," Dimon said in a memo sent late Friday to employees and obtained by CNBC. "We have done some great work on diversity and inclusion, but it's not enough. We must be absolutely relentless on doing more."Earlier this week, the New York Times reported that a black J.P. Morgan employee and customer experienced racial discrimination by managers at branches in the Phoenix, Arizona area, and had made audio recordings as evidence. In one case, the customer had difficulty attaining private client status despite moving a hundre...
Jamie Dimon says Sen. Elizabeth Warren ‘vilifies successful people’

Jamie Dimon says Sen. Elizabeth Warren ‘vilifies successful people’

Finance
Jamie Dimon is wading into the ongoing feud between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and American billionaires including money manager Leon Cooperman.Dimon, himself a billionaire thanks to his decades running some of the biggest U.S. lenders, was asked by CNBC's Wilfred Frost if presidential hopeful Warren was anti-business."You really have to ask her what she really means," Dimon said in the interview, parts of which were scheduled to air on CNBC's "Closing Bell.""She uses some pretty harsh words, you know, some would say vilifies successful people," Dimon said. "I don't like vilifying anybody. I think we should applaud successful people."Warren has been chiding billionaires critical of her proposal to raise taxes on the ultra rich to help defray the costs of her ambitious plans to reduce inequality...
Jamie Carragher tells Unai Emery he MUST play Mesut Ozil in best Arsenal XI

Jamie Carragher tells Unai Emery he MUST play Mesut Ozil in best Arsenal XI

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Jamie Carragher believes Mesut Ozil should be starting regularly for Arsenal. The 31-year-old was involved in a matchday squad for the first time since September 24, playing 65 minutes of Arsenal’s 5-5 draw with Liverpool in the Carabao Cup fourth round on Wednesday. AFP or licensors Mesut Ozil grabbed an assist on his return to the Arsenal team The Gunners conceded an injury-time equaliser thanks to Divock Origi’s bicycle kick, before losing on penalties. But one positive to take from Anfield for Unai Emery was the display of forgotten man Ozil. The German was arguably Arsenal’s most impressive performer and showed his quality with a brilliant assist to set up Ainsley Maitland-Niles for Arsenal’s fourth goal. Emery admitted Ozil had a ‘very good’ ma...
Roy Keane shuts down Jamie Carragher after he compares Liverpool to Manchester United – ‘You didn’t win a title’

Roy Keane shuts down Jamie Carragher after he compares Liverpool to Manchester United – ‘You didn’t win a title’

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Roy Keane has never been one to mince his words as Jamie Carragher discovered in the Sky Sports studio on Sunday.Following Manchester United’s 2-0 defeat at West Ham, the pundits were discussing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side’s abject performance and just how far the Red Devils have fallen behind Man City and Liverpool. AFP or licensors Man United lost 2-0 at the London Stadium as their poor start to the season continued 'I am absolutely sick and tired of it!' - Moose's brilliant rant on VAR And Carragher was on the end of a famous Keane put down when he compared United’s current situation to the one he found himself in at Liverpool. “I was in this position at Liverpool where you are trying to catch teams,” said Anfield legend Carragher. “...