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Tottenham have more ‘hatred’ for Chelsea than Arsenal, claims ex-Spurs star Darren Bent ahead of north London derby

Tottenham have more ‘hatred’ for Chelsea than Arsenal, claims ex-Spurs star Darren Bent ahead of north London derby

Sports
Tottenham have more ‘hatred’ for Chelsea than Arsenal. That is according to former Spurs striker Darren Bent, who played against both the Gunners and Blues during his two-year spell at White Hart Lane. Getty Images - Getty Chelsea’s ill-tempered game with Tottenham in 2016 is known as ‘The Battle of the Bridge’ Ahead of Sunday’s north London derby, Bent revealed he always felt more tension when lining up against Chelsea players than Arsenal stars. And he may have a point with Chelsea’s ill-tempered match against Tottenham in 2016, which cost Spurs the Premier League title, being known as the ‘Battle of the Bridge’ where 12 players were booked. And Arsenal fan Bent told talkSPORT: “Spurs and Arsenal fans will always say it’s about the north London der...

LIVE reaction as Chris Wilder to LEAVE Sheffield United, plus latest Premier League news with Harry Kane expected to be fit for north London derby

Sports
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Keep up to date with all the latest football news, views and gossip. Plus, all the top lines from today’s Premier League press conferences ahead of another busy weekend of top-fight action. Scott Brown set to leave Celtic after 14 years and become Aberdeen player-assistant – if close pal Stephen Glass gets Pittodrie job Manchester […] talkSPORT
Amazon Fresh till-less grocery store opens in London

Amazon Fresh till-less grocery store opens in London

Technology
AmazonAmazon has opened a till-less grocery store in London - its first "just walk out" shop outside the US.Visitors to Amazon Fresh scan a smartphone app when entering and are automatically billed as they leave.The store stocks hundreds of own-brand items as well as third-party products, and also serves as a place to collect and return goods bought online.Campaigners have raised privacy concerns but one retail expert said the opening marked a "watershed moment"."Having a physical presence will enable Amazon to address some of its weaknesses, like the mounting cost of deliveries and returns," said Natalie Berg, an analyst with NBK Retail.But she said she did not believe it would pose a threat to the major chains in the near term."Supermarkets have had a few years now to prepare and test th...

Amazon-backed food delivery firm Deliveroo picks London for its blockbuster debut

Finance
A Deliveroo courier rides along Regent Street delivering takeaway food in central London during Covid-19 Tier 4 restrictions.Pietro Recchia | SOPA Images | LightRocket via Getty ImagesLONDON — British food delivery start-up Deliveroo announced Thursday that it plans to list in London, in a post-Brexit boost for the City.The firm, which is backed by Amazon, is expected to go public later this year. It went from near failure in 2020 amid a competition review into Amazon's minority investment, to operating profitability toward the end of the year thanks to the coronavirus lockdown-driven surge in demand for online takeout services. Amazon's stake in Deliveroo was greenlit by the regulator last summer.Deliveroo said it would adopt a dual-class share structure for its market debut, giving its f...
Fulham 0-1 Chelsea: Mason Mount goal settles London derby

Fulham 0-1 Chelsea: Mason Mount goal settles London derby

Sports
Last updated on 33 minutes ago33 minutes ago.From the section Premier LeagueChelsea manager Frank Lampard says his side "can't think everything is solved" after labouring their way to a second Premier League win in seven games against 10-man Fulham.Antonee Robinson was sent off late in the first half for Fulham for a dangerous tackle on Cesar Azpilicueta.Mason Mount - who earlier hit the bar - proved the match-winner with a half-volley after Alphonse Areola flapped at Ben Chilwell's cross.Ten different players had shots for Chelsea, but they were wasteful in front of goal.The win takes Chelsea up to seventh, while Fulham - who had drawn their previous five league games - are four points from safety."A month ago we were flying high, but since then we've struggled," Lampard told BBC Sport. "...