Manchester United star Luke Shaw reveals reason for recent injury problems

Luke Shaw has revealed he has barely been able to train recently but is feeling better ahead of Manchester United's Premier League fixture against Leicester City.
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Covid news – live: Omicron cases in over a dozen US states as Fauci says ‘less severe’ disease possible
For the first time in two months, the US is recording over 100,000 cases a day
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Asian shares mixed after China Evergrande warns of cash woes
Shares are mixed in Asia after troubled Chinese property developer Evergrande warned  late Friday it may run out of money
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Jurgen Klopp may be tempted to keep Liverpool 'legend' despite Michael Owen's verdict
Liverpool have one of the most exciting strike forces in world football, with Diogo Jota waiting in the wings as cover too, but Jurgen Klopp could be tempted to keep another fringe player at the club
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'Blessed' - Fred reacts to Manchester United winner in Ralf Rangnick's first match
Man Utd defeated Crystal Palace in the Premier League fixture on Sunday afternoon thanks to a stunning effort from midfielder Fred.
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China ‘modified’ the weather to create clear skies for political celebration – study
Researchers say Beijing used cloud-seeding to create artificial rain and lower pollution in July, in latest example of ‘blueskying’ effortsChinese weather authorities successfully controlled the weather ahead of a major political celebration earlier this year, according to a Beijing university study.On 1 July the Chinese Communist party marked its centenary with major celebrations including tens of thousands of people at a ceremony in Tiananmen Square, and a research paper from Tsinghua University has said an extensive cloud-seeding operation in the hours prior ensured clear skies and low air pollution. Continue reading...
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Piers Morgan reignites Dan Walker feud by mocking his exit from Strictly Come Dancing
Piers Morgan tells Dan Walker he was a poor pupil for his Strictly pro dancer partner Nadiya Bychkova after the BBC Breakfast presenter is eliminated from the dance contest
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Semeru volcano eruption: stormy weather halts search-and-rescue efforts in Indonesia
Residents warned of ongoing threat amid reports some had returned home after deadly eruption to check on belongings People living near Indonesia’s Mount Semeru volcano have been warned to remain vigilant after a deadly eruption over the weekend, as heavy wind and rain brought search-and-rescue efforts to a halt.The tallest mountain on the island of Java erupted dramatically on Saturday, shooting a towering column of ash into the sky which blanketed surrounding villages. Fourteen people were killed and dozens more injured. Continue reading...
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Miles Bridges leads Charlotte Hornets past Atlanta Hawks
Donovan Mitchell helped himself to 35 points as the Utah Jazz edged a 109-108 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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Japan's military, among world's strongest, looks to build
Dozens of Japanese tanks are participating in a major exercise on the northern island of Hokkaido in a display of military power that coincides with a recent escalation of Chinese and Russian military moves around Japanese territory
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‘Beyond heartbreaking’: 500 Indigenous deaths in custody since 1991 royal commission
Aboriginal justice expert says governments continue to ‘stall on urgent action’ to prevent deathsGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingFive hundred Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have died in custody in Australia in the 30 years since a royal commission handed down a report aimed at preventing Indigenous deaths in the justice system. The national Aboriginal legal service released the grim toll on Monday, saying it is “beyond heartbreaking”.The latest Australian Institute of criminology figures show there were 489 Indigenous deaths in custody since the end of the 1991 royal commission to June 30, this year. Continue reading...
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Man Utd transfer-roundup: Lingard's 'record' offer as Rangnick ponders midfield overhaul
Ralf Rangnick was victorious in his first match in charge of Manchester United, however, the German may also have an eye on the upcoming January transfer window
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Ralf Rangnick names two players perfect for Manchester United's 4-2-2-2 formation
Man Utd manager Ralf Rangnick praised his players after beating Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in the Premier League game.
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Ghislaine Maxwell trial – live: Victim calls Maxwell ‘engineer of Epstein’s abuse’ as trial resumes today
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What the papers say – December 6
A warning over future pandemics features among the stories on the nation’s front pages.
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What the papers say – December 6
A warning over future pandemics features among the stories on the nation’s front pages.
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White House ‘to boycott Beijing Olympics’ - report
Biden administration’s pullout from 2022 Beijing Olympics will send message to China, report says
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MPs urge Rishi Sunak to protect firms like LV from private equity sharks
A group of 100 cross-party MPs and peers has called on the Chancellor to strengthen the laws governing friendly societies and mutuals to make them less vulnerable to buyouts.
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Chelsea transfer round-up: Blues told Erling Haaland can leave Dortmund as Jules Kounde 'hint' given
The Stamford Bridge outfit have been widely tipped to move for Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland and Sevilla's Jules Kounde as coach Thomas Tuchel looks to add to his squad
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Solomon Islands leader faces no-confidence vote after riots
Lawmakers in the Solomon Islands are debating whether they still have confidence in the prime minister, after rioters last month set fire to buildings and looted stores in the capital
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Face mask rules 'to stay in place until the new year' in bid to fend off tougher curbs
Emergency laws were reinforced last week until December 21 in a bid to help slow the spread of the new Omicron variant
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Jennifer Lawrence shows off baby bump as she glows at premiere of Don't Look Up
Jennifer Lawrence was attending the world premiere of Netflix's Don't Look Up in New York and was joined by co-star Leonardo DiCaprio
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More Covid jabs stockpiled than needed as poorer nations fall behind - 'A disconnect'
A VACCINES chief manufacturer has warned the world has stockpiled more COVID-19 jabs than needed as poorer nations fall behind in the fight against the coronavirus.
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Succession season 3 episode 8 recap: a Philip Larkin poem set at a Tuscan wedding
Will Roman’s dick pic of doom seal his fate? And is Kendall OK? We unpack the penultimate episode of season 3 (Spoilers ahead)
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Review: Broadway's 'Mrs. Doubtfire' follows safe formula
One sure sign that Broadway is bouncing back is the arrival of new shows based on hit movies
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How Pablo Escobar’s ‘cocaine hippos’ became a biodiversity nightmare
Animals brought illegally to Colombia by the drug kingpin have been allowed to roam free and are now disrupting the fragile ecosystemMyths and legends continue to surround Colombia’s most notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar 26 years after his death. But his legacy has had an unexpectedly disastrous impact on some of the country’s fragile ecosystems. A herd of more than 80 hippos roam free, the descendants of animals smuggled to Colombia from Africa in the 1980s and now flourishing in the wild.Reporter Joe Parkin Daniels tells Michael Safi that when Escobar was shot dead by police on a rooftop in his hometown of Medellín, the authorities seized his estate and the animals on it. While most were shipped to zoos, the logistics of moving his four hippos proved insurmountable and they were left to wander the Andes. Continue reading...
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Manchester United 'step up interest in Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong' and other transfer rumours
Ralf Rangnick is reported to be an admirer of the Barcelona midfielder as he lays out his plans for the January transfer window.
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Man City transfer round-up: Club ‘ready to launch attack’ as Spurs 'regret' Harry Kane deal
Pep Guardiola's side have been widely-tipped to bring in a new centre-forward after Sergio Aguero left for Barcelona last summer, but have so far failed to bring anyone in
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Families tell of 'disgust' as trespassers urinate and vomit on the memorial garden
Caroline Curry, from South Shields, whose 19-year-old son Liam was killed in the bombing alongside his girlfriend, Chloe Rutherford, 17, said she had been left devastated by the trespassers.
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Judges due to rule on legal challenge brought over Priti Patel bullying claims
The FDA union brought a judicial review over the PM deciding last year to go against the findings of his then adviser on ministerial standards.
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Judges due to rule on legal challenge brought over Priti Patel bullying claims
The FDA union brought a judicial review over the PM deciding last year to go against the findings of his then adviser on ministerial standards.
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O'Neil, Hodges, Miñoso, Kaat, Oliva, Fowler get baseball HOF
Buck O’Neil, a champion of Black ballplayers during a monumental, eight-decade career on and off the field, has joined Gil Hodges, Minnie Miñoso and three others in being elected to the baseball Hall of Fame
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Donald Trump says his planned Twitter rival TRUTH Social has raised $1 BILLION in investment cash
Donald Trump's new anti-censorship social-media site has attracted a further $1 billion in investments, the former president announced Saturday.
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Police report 'aggressive' and 'inexperienced' driver who ends up in ditch
The driver veered off the A580 and was lucky to escape the car uninjured
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'Help, I've been stabbed!' Last words of Columbia student revealed in court as 'killer' arraigned
Vincent Pinkney, 25, was charged with murder, attempted murder, assault and attempted assault. He appeared before a judge in Manhattan on Sunday and was remanded in custody.
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Trump claims social media company has raised £1bn in ‘fight back against Big Tech tyranny'
DONALD TRUMP has claimed his new social media company has raised £1billion as the ex-President vows to launch a "fight back against the tyranny of Big Tech".
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Kent State, Wyoming to meet in Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Wyoming and Kent State will meet for the first time ever in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Dec. 21 in Boise
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Incredible seven-story castle businessman built for his princess-obsessed daughters sale $35m
Former President Donald Trump spoke at an event at Mar-a-Lago in which he called journalists a 'bunch of very dishonest, crooked b*****ds', boasting about being responsible for the press' low approval ratings
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Graffiti-covered granite plinth that once held statue of Confederate general will be removed
The pedestal (left) that once held General Robert E. Lee's statue (inset) will be removed, officials say. Crews will begin removing the plinth months after the statue itself was removed (right) to cheers (pictured)
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ANDREW PIERCE: John Bercow is still spouting his pompous bile 
ANDREW PIERCE: First on the Bercow hit list was Michael Gove, the Housing and Communities Secretary, who is also in charge of the Government's levelling-up agenda.
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MOBO Awards 2021: Skepta and Dave lead the way as winners of this year's top awards
The 2021 MOBO Awards in Coventry saw the ceremony return to a live show for the first time since 2017 and a star-studded audience was in attendance
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Ralf Rangnick praises one part of Cristiano Ronaldo's game as first Man Utd transfer 'agreed'
New Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick got his reign at Old Trafford off to a winning start as the Red Devils overcame Patrick Vieira's stubborn Crystal Palace side
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Cristiano Ronaldo is entering the final stage of his Manchester United evolution under Ralf Rangnick
Cristiano Ronaldo didn't get on the scoresheet, but his performance against Crystal Palace should still be seen as the evolution of Ronaldo
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Games Inbox: GameCube on Nintendo Switch, Halo Infinite multiplayer love, and Chorus name
The Monday Inbox looks forward to fan made Morrowind remake Skywind, as one reader discovers Titanfall 2’s story campaign.
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Gabby Logan reveals the fan mail she gets from MEN who love her show about the menopause
The TV presenter's (pictured) audience includes middle-aged men who were previously unaware their their menopausal partners were struggling until they listened to her podcast.
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Formula 1's Mercedes should U-turn on its morally bankrupt 'Grenfell' sponsorship deal 
DOMINIC LAWSON: The thing a Formula One team wants to avoid above all else is one of its cars crashing. But Mercedes has just managed to crash its entire UK brand- or will do unless it swerves, fast.
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Tragic Arthur Labinjo-Hughes's grandfather says 'no punishment could be enough' for killers
Peter Halcrow, 61, of Dunkeld, Perthshire, said Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes have 'forfeited their right to live' and should 'never see the light of day again' following his grandsons horrific death.
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Michael Fawcett is seen out and about doing his OWN Christmas shopping
Mr Fawcett stepped down following reports that he promised to secure a knighthood and British citizenship for Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz.
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