Roy Hodgson opens up about Crystal Palace transfer 'jealousy'... and compares Mauricio Pochettino to Arsene Wenger

Roy Hodgson has admitted a certain level of jealousy over the transfer funds made available to the likes of Mauricio Pochettino and Rafa Bentiez, managers previously considered hamstrung by tight transfer budgets.
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Manchester United news and transfers RECAP Wan-Bissaka claim plus Paul Pogba injury latest
All the latest Man Utd breaking news, transfer latest and reaction to the win over Man City at the Etihad Stadium.
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Pictured: Experienced tour guide killed in New Zealand volcano horror
The victim's brother, Mark Inman, confirmed his death and said Mr Marshall-Inman had 'passed away doing the one thing he loved' after the New Zealand eruption.
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Labour will prevent prevent more corporate scandals by making companies focus on the long-term
Change is needed to prevent the next Carillion-style collapse but the Conservatives are content with the status quo, says Prem Sikka
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Jewish woman accuses police of giving her racist ‘hook nose’ in ID
‘As a Jew, sometimes you’re scared to sound the alarm on these things because inevitably people will say “that’s a technical error” or “you Jews are seeing anti-Semitism everywhere”, but this seems pretty blatant.’ News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
All eyes on Lizzo as she twerks in fishnets and thong at LA basketball match
This is why we love her. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Citymapper launches feature which will help you get home safely late at night
New 'main roads' upgrade will make sure you're not directed down dark, dangerous alleyways. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
The Grand Tour star James May transforms into anime character ahead of new show Our Man In Japan
The Grand Tour star is flying solo. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Knifeman in clown mask told teen he'd slit his throat and kill his family...but didn't count on his victim's incredible bravery
Callum Matts, 18, had been at a park in Salford when Mathieu Lucas ran towards him armed with a 12-inch kitchen knife
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Reindeer mural that has appeared on Birmingham wall 'is the work of Banksy'
The reindeer mural, painted on a brick wall in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, is thought to be the work of Banksy. It is designed to draw attention to homelessness.
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What the General Election outcome will mean for the pound - and your travel money
As we head into the final week of campaigning, the Pound is currently trading at a 31-month high against the euro - here's what you need to know if you're about to swap your cash
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Jeremy Corbyn launches vicious attack on Donald Trump at a mass rally in Bristol
Jeremy Corbyn desperately tried to get his campaign back on track today with a vicious attack on Donald Trump as the Labour leader looked to repeat the party's 2017 general election surge.
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Will the pound go up in value if Labour wins the general election?
We examine John McDonnell’s claim that Labour’s spending plans could boost sterlingLatest election news – live updatesClaimJohn McDonnell said the pound would rise if Labour wins the election. Continue reading...
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James Gallagher hopes Nick Diaz retires for good after ‘scary’ UFC comeback vow
Diaz called out Jorge Masvidal last month. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Josh Kroenke plans to increase involvement and transfer investment at Arsenal
The club owners are not the most popular people among Arsenal supporters... News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer – who you gonna call, your grandfather? | Hadley Freeman
Here’s what we’ve learned about the new film: it’s essentially Stranger Things: The Movie, and that fans of the original are feeling very old‘Eagerly awaited” is how the pre-publicity invariably describes the forthcoming Ghostbusters film – which will be number four in strict total, after the original two and Paul Feig’s 2016 effort. But actually it will be number three from the Reitman family firm, since Ivan directed the first two and now his son, Jason, perhaps inevitably, has taken up duties on the latest one. And given that Feig’s all-female Ghostbusters was unquestionably well-intended but a solid three stars at best, I reckon we can all agree to just put it back in the ghost trap and focus on the Reitman contributions. So here we are, with the first trailer from Reitman fils. What do we learn?Well, the first thing is that we are all very, very, very old. Not the kids in the trailer, of course – they’re so young their skin is like fresh dew. So young, they aren’t even supposed to be the children of one of the Ghostbusters but the GRANDCHILDREN. And, of course, that’s as it should be: after all, we’re so far from the the original Ghostbusters movies that one of the original trio, lovely Harold Ramis, is, heartbreakingly, dead, and the surviving ones are actual grandfathers in real life. But jeez: way to go making those of us who saw the first Ghostbusters on its release feel about as old as the screaming ghost librarian in its peerless opening scene. Continue reading...
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Animal park gets first African elephant born in the UK this year and he’s a cutie
He doesn't have a name yet though. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Kyle Walker sends Liverpool title warning despite huge advantage over Man City
Manchester City have lost four times in the league this season and trail unbeaten Liverpool by a staggering 14 points. But Kyle Walker isn't ready to concede defeat just yet
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Kara Tointon dons dressed down look on date night with husband
The former EastEnders star dons a dressed down look as she enjoys a date night with husband
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13-year-old Burnley fan investigated for alleged racist gesture to Son Heung-min
Teenager spotted by stewards making alleged gesture during Burnley's 5-0 defeat at Tottenham
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John Barrowman praises the first same-sex couple on Dancing on Ice
Former Steps star Ian "H" Watkins and professional skater Matt Evers are paired up
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Boy on the floor photo prompts Boris to add larceny to mendacity | Marina Hyde
Faced with evidence of NHS overcrowding by a reporter, the PM simply pocketed it“What are you getting Carrie for Christmas?” Boris Johnson was asked by BBC Radio West Midlands. And the prime minister replied: “I’m going to get Brexit done.” Wow. I feel like I know how this fairytale ends. Guest vocals by the late great Kirsty MacColl.Yet even by his own standards of thermonuclear disingenuity, Johnson’s turn on ITV news on Monday morning reached new depths. In a fish market in Grimsby, ITV News reporter Joe Pike asked Johnson about newspaper reports featuring Jack Williment-Barr, a four-year-old boy with suspected pneumonia, who was pictured being forced to sleep on a concrete floor in an overcrowded NHS hospital this weekend. “I haven’t had a chance to look at the photo,” Johnson said. Look at it now, said Pike, who had it up on his phone. At which point Johnson simply took the reporter’s phone and stuffed it in his pocket. Continue reading...
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Jurgen Klopp provides injury update on Liverpool trio ahead of Red Bull Salzburg clash
Liverpool had concerns over Dejan Lovren, Gini Wijnaldum and Adam Lallana ahead of the trip to Austria in the Champions League
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Whoever wins the election, we all need to start talking to each other | Suzanne Moore
Britain has never been more divided. On Friday we need to get out of our comfort zones and begin learning and listeningIt’s pitch black, and I am using a white cane to tap out the ground in front of me. I feel scared, but I have a guide who says: “Walk towards me. I am here. Follow my voice. What can you hear?” There is birdsong, traffic and the sound of children. The ground feels first gravelly and then soft. Is it grass? “Am I in a park?” I ask my guide.I am at an exhibition called Dialogue in the Dark, which has toured more than 45 countries and has employed more than 7,000 visually impaired people as guides. This is a project about social inclusion. Diversity may be a buzzword, but what does it mean when designers continue to make no-go spaces for people with disabilities? Continue reading...
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Ashley Banjo reveals ‘surprise’ baby on the way 10 months after wife gave birth to first child
Baby Banjo number two is on the way. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
Matt Hancock heckled by protesters at Leeds hospital as Tories faces backlash over Jack Williment-Barr photo
Matt Hancock was heckled by protesters as he visited a hospital in Leeds after the Tories came under fire over a sick child who had to sleep on a hospital floor .
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Jonny Evans reveals how Leicester are motivated by last-gasp defeat to Liverpool
Leicester are second in the Premier League, eight points behind the Reds, after a club-record eight straight wins
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6 reasons why Mikel Arteta is the perfect manager for Arsenal
There are a number of quality candidates in the frame to become Arsenal's next manager following Unai Emery's sacking; here's why ex-Gunners star Mikel Arteta is the best bet
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Celebrity Doctor Xand van Tulleken says boot out Boris Johnson to save the NHS
The CBBC host took to Twitter to call with a message to boot out Boris Johnson - without backing any particular party - to stop the "disgusting" way the Tories have treated our health service
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Phillip Schofield's former co-star brands him a 't**t' amid 'complaints' row
Former Emmerdale and Tracy Beaker star Connor Byrne vented on Twitter: "I can categorically state cuddly Phil is a total t**t"
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Jaden Moodie murder: suspect accused of 'preposterous' claims
Ayoub Majdouline has said his clothes were stolen and worn by an attacker of the 14-year-oldA teenager’s claim that another gang member stole his clothes and wore them during the murder of 14-year-old Jaden Moodie is “preposterous”, a court has been told.Ayoub Majdouline, 19, is accused of being part of a drug gang who rammed Jaden to the ground with a car before stabbing him with three knives and leaving him to bleed to death in the street in Leyton, east London. Continue reading...
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"Only the Labour Party can truly fight Britain's youth mental health crisis"
Jonelle Awomoyi is a 20-year old-student, a member of the National Council of Women, and an ambassador for the #iwill campaign - she also serves on the Youth Parliament in Croydon, south London
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Huawei to stick with Android for new phones but roll out HarmonyOS to more products
Chinese firm built its own operating system amid escalating trade war between US and China
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Claims girl, 12, 'coerced' into river where she drowned could be probed
Tragic Shukri Yahye-Abdi, 12, was allegedly bullied before her body was pulled from the River Irwell near Bury town centre in June, a pre-inquest hearing into her death was told
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British father, 36, jailed in UAE after being victim of identity theft
Atif Khalique, 36, had applied for what he thought was a job and provided all his personal details. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro
New Zealand volcano: First victim named as tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman who died 'doing what he loved'
Read our live updates on the incident HERE
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US-Iran prisoner exchange sees thaw in tensions as domestic chaos takes centre stage
Analysis: With both Iran and Washington heading into volatile election years, the prospect of conflict between the two nations is as distant as ever, writes Borzou Daragahi
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Why did the Sun publish a far-right conspiracy theory? | Daniel Trilling
The tabloid swiftly deleted its dubious exclusive linking Labour to a shadowy ‘network’ of postmodern hard-left extremistsOn Saturday, the Sun published an exclusive story by its political editor, Tom Newton Dunn, which announced that a group of former British intelligence officers had uncovered a “hard-left extremist network” at the heart of the Labour party. “HIJACKED LABOUR” declared the piece, which went on to claim that Jeremy Corbyn sits at the centre of a “spider’s web of extensive contacts” that stretch “from Marxist intellectuals to militant groups and illegal terror organisations”.A global online ecosystem has grown up that bridges the gap between the far right and the mainstream Continue reading...
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Burnley supporter, 13, ejected from Spurs stadium for alleged racist gesture
• Boy alleged to have directed gesture at Son Heung-min• Incident adds to depressing weekend in Premier LeagueBurnley have confirmed that a 13-year-old supporter was ejected from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium following an alleged racist gesture towards Son Heung-min during a Premier League weekend blighted by a number of alleged racist and discriminatory incidents.Burnley said in a statement that the alleged abuse by the supporter, who was accompanied by a guardian at Saturday’s game, is being investigated by the Metropolitan police, assisted by Lancashire police and the two clubs. Continue reading...
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South Western Railway strike: union reveals plan to resolve dispute
Train operator cautious over RMT’s ‘six-point road map to a settlement’ over guardsHopes for a breakthrough in the month-long strike on South Western Railway have been raised after the RMT union issued a plan to resolve the dispute.The train operator welcomed the move but cautioned that there was no formal offer of talks. Continue reading...
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National Geographic's children's photography award winners announced
Amelia Jane Balls, eight, from Norfolk, won the top prize with her photograph Lemurs Doing Yoga. The winner of the People category is Athina Whetstone, 11, for Every Drop in the Ocean Counts.
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'Atrocious antisemitism': AOC attacks Trump for comments about Jewish people protecting money
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has decried Donald Trump as anti-semitic, after his recent comments suggesting that Jewish people base their votes primarily to protect their own wealth.
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Kim Kardashian threatens to sack Kourtney for hiding her personal life from KUWTK: ‘She’s out’
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Kate Figes obituary
Writer who excelled as an astute observer of people, in books exploring relationships and family life“I don’t believe that any of us can ever accept the inevitability of our own death. Life is too bloody wonderful.” So wrote Kate Figes, who has died of cancer aged 62, in her final piece of journalism, published only a fortnight ago. After listing some of the medical crises that had made her life rather less than wonderful over the last few months, she concluded that even this terrible year had its “surprising silver lining”, in that “by coming that much closer to dying I have learned a little more about how to live well.” Living well, for Figes, meant continuing to look beyond her own determined struggle to beat the odds.Born into a family of writers, she found her own writing niche as a smart and accessible synthesiser of complex information, an indefatigable interviewer and an astute observer of people. It was not until her early 30s that she plucked up the courage to write full-time, because “it’s not easy to believe you can when your own mother is one too”. Continue reading...
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Game of Thrones’ John Bradley admits the show gave left him with stammer
John suffered playing Samwell Tarly News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro