Prolific coach and protective father: The making of Chelsea and Man Utd starlets Reece and Lauren James

Dad to two of English football's top prospects, Nigel James discusses his life as a player, coach and a father and how his own experiences led to a decade-long career training some of the country's best young players
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I’m A Celebrity’s Christopher Biggins warned Kate Garraway not to go in the jungle
Well she clearly didn't listen.
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Amanda Holden and Jamie Theakston want Ian Wright to win I’m A Celebrity and Caitlyn Jenner to be ‘mother figure’ of the camp
They've picked their King and Queen of the Jungle.
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Eminem breaks silence on leak of lyric siding with Chris Brown over Rihanna assault
'I'd beat a b**** down too' lyrics appeared online earlier this week
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Hold your nose – Boris Johnson tries to speak the language of the internet | Joel Golby
Brace yourselves, voters. When the Actual Prime Minister appears in a Vogue web knock-off video, worse is to comeAh, I suppose this was always doomed to happen, wasn’t it. For years we’ve been training ourselves to speak the language of the internet until it became something close to our mother tongue, and all those basic little toddler sounds we used to make – All Your Base Are Belong To Us, longcat is long, Badger Badger Mushroom – are now a whole meme-as-language that worms through our brains like a parasite.So when Boris Johnson marches out of a fire escape in soft focus and gets interrogated sight unseen, then you know what it is, don’t you, it’s a knock-off of Vogue’s 73 Questions, but with the Actual Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in it instead of, say, Selena Gomez. Continue reading...
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Mitel & MLB Present London Series 2020: win a pair of tickets
13-14 June 2020, London Stadium, E20 2ST
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My humiliating and degrading battle to claim disability benefits
Until it’s fixed, calling it Personal Independence Payment is ridiculous. They’re not helping you to be independent.
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BT Sport retain Champions League rights after rivals bids from ITV and Sky Sports
BT Sport has fought off competition from Sky Sports and ITV to retain the live rights for the Champions League.
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Talking Horses: Cheltenham drying out ahead of Saturday's big card
The Cheltenham track looks in sufficiently good shape to avoid Saturday’s card being called off on Friday afternoonThe sacred turf here at Cheltenham has been having a good, long drink. An area of surface water at the far end of the home straight, by the two-mile start, has completely drained away, giving sustenance to hopes that we may be able to have some actual racing here on Saturday and Sunday. Related: Legal team ‘optimistic’ for Kemboy despite owners being kicked out of racing Continue reading...
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Mitel & MLB Present London Series 2020: win a pair of tickets
13-14 June 2020, London Stadium, E20 2ST
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Businesswoman, drunkenly vandalising her sister-in-law's home after being left out of family will
Janette Higginson, 56, of Manchester, would harass her sister-in-law Tracey Dunphy and her husband Michael over the inheritance and even falsely accused them of burgling her home.
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Coronation Street spoilers: Peter Barlow tracks down Daniel Osbourne tonight
After a hellish few months, Daniel departed from the cobbles. Peter tracks him down tonight — but can he convince him to rerun home?
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Taylor Swift vs Scooter Braun: Stars support singer after she is 'banned' from performing old songs at the AMAs
Gigi Hadid, Lily Allen and Ruby Rose have all thrown their weight behind the star
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Taylor Swift, Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta feud explained: What is it all about?
'You deserve to own the art you make'
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European Investment Bank to phase out fossil fuels financing
EU’s lending arm to become first ‘climate bank’ by ending financing of oil, gas, and coal projects after 2021The European Investment Bank has agreed to phase out its multibillion-euro financing for fossil fuels within the next two years to become the world’s first ‘“climate bank”.The bank will end its financing of oil, gas, and coal projects after 2021, a policy that will make the EU’s lending arm the first multilateral lender to rule out financing for projects that contribute to the climate crisis. Continue reading...
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Greggs customer’s outrage after worker joked about how often she visits
Kathy Readon said she felt like she was being picked on by the Greggs worker.
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Rosalía, Camila Cabello and Pedro Capó win top awards at 2019 Latin Grammys
Spanish pop star Rosalía picks up three major awards but Daddy Yankee leads a ceremony boycott over reggaeton snubSpanish pop singer Rosalía capped her breakthrough year by winning the top honour at the 2019 Latin Grammy awards.Her album El Mal Querer, which fuses flamenco music with R&B and trap, was named album of the year as well as best contemporary pop vocal album. “Winning a Grammy is the best thing that can ever happen,” she said. “We did this album sitting on the floor, with two computers, a keyboard and a microphone. I swear to God. And then we worked on it for a year and a half. That was it.” Her reggaeton collaboration with J Balvin, Con Altura, won best urban song. Continue reading...
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Prince Andrew breaks silence on Jeffrey Epstein scandal
It will be the first time the senior royal has spoken publicly about the scandal.
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Mauricio Pochettino unhappy with Tottenham over failed Philippe Coutinho transfer
Pochettino 'complained endlessly' during the summer.
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Gender fluid ex-officer hails the British Army 'one of the best LGBT employers in the UK'
Married Julie Miller, 61, (pictured) form Dorset, who has two children, revealed her true identity as a transgender woman after being inspired by soldiers injured in battle.
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How many mass shootings have there been in the United States so far this year?
Far too high a number.
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Woman's Tinder date bragged about his finances before being forced to ask his dad to pay for date
The man, who has not been named, couldn't afford to pay the £100 bill after insisting on ordering rounds of expensive cocktails at London's upmarket Sky Garden restaurant.
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Tammy Abraham dreaming of Euro 2020 glory with England
The Chelsea striker scored the last goal in the Three Lions' 7-0 romp over Montenegro which booked their place at next summer's tournament
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England: Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer given stiff workout in New Zealand Test series warm-up
The England duo took two wickets each on another flat pitch
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First look at Michael Sheen as Chris Tarrant in Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? cheating drama
'Would you like to ask the audience?'
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Cristiano Ronaldo: One player stands between him and history… Ali Daei
Cristiano Ronaldo is edging closer to the top of the all-time international goals table after netting a hat-trick in Portugal's thumping win over Lithuania on Thursday.
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Amanda Holden thinks Germany’s Got Talent’s ‘sausages up the bum’ lady will be on the British show ‘without doubt’
The sausage eater could be on BGT this year.
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The incredible moment a dad came face to face with the stranger who saved his life
"What she has done means that I can see my son growing up and that he has a father."
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Aaron Carter taken to hospital in Florida, mother confirms
Singer was accused of threatening to kill brother Nick's pregnant wife in September
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Hong Kong protests: Man, 70, killed after being struck on head 'by hard object'
A man has died after being struck on the head during clashes between government supporters and protesters in Hong Kong.
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Coronation Street star Jane Hazlegrove chokes up as she watches Paul Foreman confront Bernie Winter over predator Kel
The Coronation Street star was overcome on Lorraine.
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Darren Fletcher reveals a different side to Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs
The Man Utd legend won multiple Premier League titles under Sir Alex Ferguson during an incredible 23-year career at Old Trafford.
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Why the Qantas nonstop flight from London to Sydney is neither new nor record-breaking
The Man Who Pays His Way: The Qantas nonstop simply repeated a flight from three decades ago
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Michael 'Venom' Page to take on Giovanni Melillo in Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson withdrawal
Michael 'Venom' Page will take on Giovanni Melillo in the Bellator London main event after Derek Anderson was forced to withdraw through injury.
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Republican senator launches bizarre WWE-style attack on 'cultured, goat milk latte-drinking, avocado toast-eating insiders' at Trump rally
'I stand before you tonight as a proud "deplorable",' John Kennedy tells Louisiana crowd
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Decimo, London WC1: ‘Slighty ridiculous, sometimes delicious’ – restaurant review | Grace Dent
Are you hip enough to book a table at this achingly chic new Spanish-Mexican joint?Decimo, a Spanish-Mexican restaurant by Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, has opened at the top of The Standard Hotel in London. Decimo, as in Spanish for 10th, is the floor that it lives on. The capital was, to my mind at least, not pining for any more fancy restaurants at the top of tall buildings, yet still they come. I could write a hospitality MA thesis on how cooking standards plummet the more floors one ascends to the pretty view. No sane person has ever thought that duck with waffle sounded like a delicious idea, but add the chance of vertigo to the recipe, and there’s a lemming stampede towards the lifts.That said, I was curious about Decimo. The rest of The Standard, including two other restaurants, Isla and Double Standard, opened in the summer, but this vast mezcal and aguachile palace took its time to reveal itself. Meanwhile, the hotel itself quickly became my go-to recommendation for travellers in search of fun. It is, in parts, a David Lynch-style dreamscape of fractal carpets and flickering hearth fires, and in others a party palace on a Quentin Tarantino set. The yearningly gorgeous suites have minibars with full bottles of Patrón silver tequila and baths out on the balconies in the open air, so you can be stark naked and clutching a loofah, yet just out of view of the commuters at St Pancras. Continue reading...
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Tindersticks: No Treasure But Hope review – more subdued loveliness
(City Slang)The band’s world is a compellingly strange, crepuscular place, into which some warmth is allowed to dripThe oddest thing on Tindersticks’ 12th album is its longest track, See My Girls. Stuart Staples, a mannered singer anyway, sounds as if he has been studying Ron Moody playing Fagin in Oliver! And the lyric he delivers in that sly and insinuating voice is set in an unspecified past, in which cameras and newsstands are still everyday things. On the walls of his kiosk, the narrator has pinned the photos his girls have sent him from their travels – Paris, Rome, the Pyramids – via some very odd phrasing (“The tall buildings of the Americas / Skyscrapers as they are known.” Skyscrapers, you say? Really?). Eventually they end up at the scenes of death: Flanders, Birkenau, Cambodia, Yemen, Israel and Palestine. And then it’s back to turtles and dolphins and trees. It appears to be the blandest of all messages: well, the world’s a rum old place, eh? Musically it is so compelling – a twisting, droning, spidery piece – that it only makes the lyric seem odder. Continue reading...
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Best perfume gifts for men and women: Make Christmas shopping easy with these 20 famous fragrances
Stock up on their new favourite scent
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Cristiano Ronaldo scores another hat-trick for Portugal as Mario Rui heralds him as 'best in world'
Ronaldo scored three goals as Portugal hammered hapless Lithuania
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Number of children hospitalised with severe allergic reactions rises 72%
Data taken over past five years obtained by parents of teenager who died after eating a baguetteThe number of children admitted to hospital with severe allergic reactions over the past five years has risen by 72%, figures show.The data – obtained by a foundation set up by the parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died after eating a Pret a Manger baguette – shows a rise in cases of anaphylactic shock among those aged 18 and under. Continue reading...
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Stunning images make the finals of ‘best photo of eyes’ contest
Very eye-catching.
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EastEnders spoilers: The aftermath of Mel Owen’s death is confirmed
The Square is in shock.
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Trump impeachment news - live: President says inquiry has been 'very hard' on his family as tax returns battle heads to Supreme Court
Follow the latest updates from Washington
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Violent 'control freak' shatters girlfriend's face after he's caught with woman
Joanne Mason, 33, told a surgeon "help me" after she was attacked by her then-boyfriend Luke Patrice, 32, who prevented her from going to a hospital for four days
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The Killers announce new album Imploding the Mirage and 2020 UK stadium tour – How to get tickets
Tickets for the stadium tour go on sale on 22 November
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Steve Irwin's daughter Bindi leads tributes for late father on his national day
November 15 marks national Steve Irwin day where the crocodile hunter's life and legacy are honoured
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Emotional Al Murray appeals for blood stem cell donors as nephew, 6, battles rare cancer
The comedian revealed on GMB that Finlay, six, has juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia and desperately needs a donor before Christmas
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