[unable to retrieve full-text content]TOP STORIES Chelsea will announce Frank Lampard’s appointment as new manager within next 48 hours – talkSPORT EXCLUSIVE Manager Rafa Benitez will leave Newcastle when his contract expires at the end of June, the Premier League club have confirmed Unai Emery ‘wants extra funds’ for Wilfried Zaha and Gunners confident of Kieran Tierney deal John […] talkSPORT
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Former Liverpool and Chelsea striker Fernando Torres announces his retirement Man United should sell or sack Jesse Lingard for ‘bringing shame on the club’ – Ian Holloway Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp may make a shock swoop for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang if the Arsenal striker becomes available Juventus sporting director says Serie A giants ‘love’ Paul Pogba […] talkSPORT
By Mark Kleinman, City editor The owner of David Lloyd Leisure is in talks about a £2bn takeover of BCA Marketplace, the owner of WeBuyAnyCar.com.Sky News can exclusively reveal that TDR Capital is close to agreeing a 243p-a-share offer with the board of BCA. The proposed deal will also include a 7p-a-share dividend, making the offer worth 250p a share, or about £2bn, according to insiders.Sources said that the talks could be confirmed in a stock exchange announcement as early as Thursday.The discussions about a takeover of the FTSE-250 company come a year after a takeover approach to BCA from Apax Partners ended without a deal being agreed. Advertisement BCA - which is
June 7 (UPI) -- Actor Bruce Campbell is returning to TV as the host of the latest incarnation of Ripley's Believe it or Not!, and the cult star hinted that his most iconic character, Evil Dead's Ash Williams, is also due for a return. The 60-year-old actor, writer, director and producer is taking on hosting duties for the Travel Channel's version of Ripley's, a brand that began as a newspaper feature in 1919 before bringing its true-life stories of unusual people, objects and events to TV in three previous series, including a 1982-1986 run hosted by Jack Palance and a 2000-2003 series featuring actor Dean Cain. Campbell told UPI in a recent interview that this latest incarnation, which premieres Sunday night, brings some changes to the formula, eschewing the "newsreel style" of the old s...
Pardeep Singh Kaleka has surveyed the landscape of an America scarred by mass shootings. Seven years ago, a white supremacist invaded a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and killed six worshippers — among them Kaleka's father, who died clutching a butter knife he'd grabbed in a desperate attempt to stop the shooter. Now, whenever another gunman bloodies another town, Kaleka posts a supportive message on social media. Then later, either by invitation or on his own initiative, he'll journey to the community to shore up others who share his pain. He's been to Newtown, Connecticut. Charleston, South Carolina. Pittsburgh. "We've become kind of a family," Kaleka says. It's true. The unending litany of mass shootings in recent years — the latest, on Friday, leaving 12 dead in Virginia Beach, Virginia — h