Why Ronaldo’s move to Saudi Arabia failed

The president of Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal has claimed a summer move for Cristiano Ronaldo fell through due to registration issues rather than his desire to stay in Europe. Ronaldo was keen on leaving Manchester United after failing to secure Champions League qualification at the end of last season. Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich and Chelsea … Continue reading Why Ronaldo’s move to Saudi Arabia failed

Transfer Rumours: Messi, PSG, Chelsea, Ronaldo, Saudi Arabia in the news

Lionel Messi will not sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain as he looks to facilitate a return to Barcelona in the latter stages of his career. His current deal is up at the end of the season but there remains an option to extend it by a further year. (Beteve) Liverpool are preparing themselves for the possibility of Jude … Continue reading Transfer Rumours: Messi, PSG, Chelsea, Ronaldo, Saudi Arabia in the news

Has Maguire lost relevance in England’s World Cup squad?

England manager Gareth Southgate has launched an impassioned defence of Harry Maguire, insisting that the Three Lions need him in order to win the World Cup. After a stellar Euro 2020 campaign, Maguire's form nosedived last season with Manchester United. He has since lost his place in the Red Devils' starting lineup to summer signing … Continue reading Has Maguire lost relevance in England’s World Cup squad?

Why Southgate prefers Kieran Trippier to Trent Alexander-Arnold

England boss Gareth Southgate believes that Kieran Trippier's 'all-round game' is currently better than Trent Alexander-Arnold's and that is why the Liverpool right-back was dropped from Monday's squad to face Germany. https://twitter.com/sportbible/status/1575038097284177920?s=20 Alexander-Arnold has scarcely featured under Southgate despite his successes at club level and has continually been overlooked for the likes of Reece James, … Continue reading Why Southgate prefers Kieran Trippier to Trent Alexander-Arnold

GENDER DYSPHORIA: Virgin Atlantic scraps gendered uniforms as part of inclusivity drive

Virgin Atlantic has scrapped gendered uniforms and will instead allow crew to choose the workwear they feel represents them most. The airline has reversed a policy which required pilots, cabin crew and ground staff to wear a specific uniform based on their gender. Staff will now be given a free choice between Virgin’s burgundy uniform – a blazer … Continue reading GENDER DYSPHORIA: Virgin Atlantic scraps gendered uniforms as part of inclusivity drive

Paedophile pleads guilty to sexual offences, gets 15-year sentence

A 66-year-old man has been jailed for 15 years for committing sexual offences against two children. Everet Winston Higgins, of Gloucester Road in Bath, was sentenced at Bristol Crown Court earlier this month. He previously pleaded guilty to five charges, including indecent assault, causing a child to engage in sexual activity and encouraging the taking … Continue reading Paedophile pleads guilty to sexual offences, gets 15-year sentence

Why Bank of England is buying government bonds

Photo by maitree rimthong on Pexels.com The Bank of England has launched an emergency UK government bond-buying programme to prevent borrowing costs from spiraling out of control and stave off a “material risk to UK financial stability”. The Bank announced it was stepping in to buy government bonds - known as gilts - at an “urgent pace” … Continue reading Why Bank of England is buying government bonds

George Dantzig: Facts about the famous American Mathematician

A student at the University of California Berkeley (USA) arrived late to a mathematics lecture. Upon arriving, he found that the lecturer had written two problems on the board. He assumed that these problems were assignments from the Professor, but when he tried to solve them, he found their solution very difficult, but he kept … Continue reading George Dantzig: Facts about the famous American Mathematician

Google Sheet vs Microsoft Excel

Google Sheets vs. Microsoft Excel Do users in your company mostly work alone on spreadsheets, or do they frequently collaborate with others? The answer to that will determine whether Excel or Google Sheets is better for your business. For those who primarily work by themselves, Excel is the clear winner. As with Word, its wide … Continue reading Google Sheet vs Microsoft Excel