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'Whenever I was with him, you could feel the positive vibes' – tributes to Samuel

'Whenever I was with him, you could feel the positive vibes' – tributes to Samuel

Sports
Former Aston Villa and Bolton defender Jlloyd Samuel has been praised as a selfless, honest and positive friend after he died aged 37 in a car crash.Samuel, most recently player-manager of non-league side Egerton, died in an accident in Cheshire on Tuesday.A minute's applause was held at Villa Park before the Championship play-off second leg match between Villa and Middlesbrough. The supporters sang "there's only one Jlloyd Samuel" during the tribute.Ex-Wigan and West Brom striker Nathan Ellington, who played with him at Egerton, told BBC Sport: "It is gut-wrenching, he was an amazing guy. He did so much. He had a positive effect on people's hearts.Ex-Villa defender Samuel dies in crash"I saw...
Tesla reports record loss but says outlook is positive

Tesla reports record loss but says outlook is positive

Business
Electric car maker Tesla has notched up its biggest ever quarterly loss and said it "learned many lessons" from its crucial Model 3 production plans. The firm's future hangs on the Model 3 sedan, but it has so far struggled with production bottlenecks.Tesla reported a loss of $ 675.4m (£487m) in three months to 31 December, compared with $ 121.3m a year earlier. But it said revenues rose to $ 3.29bn, up from $ 2.28bn, and that it was addressing Model 3 production issues."At some point in 2018, we expect to begin generating positive quarterly operating income on a sustained basis," Tesla, which is yet to make a profit, said on Wednesday. Despite ongoing production bottlenecks, the electric car maker said it would continue to target Model 3 production rates of 2,500 by the end of the first q
Super League news: Widnes' Rangi Chase suspended after testing positive for cocaine

Super League news: Widnes' Rangi Chase suspended after testing positive for cocaine

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Widnes' former Man of Steel Rangi Chase has been suspended after testing positive for cocaine.The 31-year-old former England stand-off, whose career has been blighted by controversy, failed a drugs test after his last appearance for the Vikings in their 36-8 home Super League defeat by Wakefield on July 14.A statement from the club said: "Widnes Vikings received notification from UK Anti-Doping and the Rugby Football League today that Rangi Chase tested positively for cocaine in a drugs test, following the recent fixture against Wakefield Trinity."As a consequence, under Rugby Football League anti-doping regulations, he has been suspended from all training and playing activity."The club fully respects this suspension and are currently reviewing this matter. There will be no further comment...