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November 2, 2016 8:10 AM Pep Guardiola hails Manchester City stars: Barcelona win will inspire future generations

PEP GUARDIOLA’S Manchester City revolution finally had lift-off after his side put “the best team in the world” to the sword on a rip-roaring night at the Etihad. Two goals from Ilkay Gundogan and a second-half free-kick from Kevin De Bruyne gave the Manchester City boss a famous win against his former club Barcelona – the first time City had beaten 24

November 2, 2016 3:19 AM Pilot proposes to girlfriend on Melbourne-LA flight

For all those people who have the habit of ignoring in-flight announcements, this one will make you listen. Qantas Airlines pilot Dooley Ellis started his in-flight announcement from Melbourne, Australia to Los Angeles the normal way, according to the video released by Qantas. But then he announced they had a “very special passenger on board,” his girlfriend 23

November 1, 2016 7:52 PM Got a spare £6million? Splash out on Samir Nasri’s pad — complete with pool and nightclub

MANCHESTER City star Samir Nasri has put his ultra-modern £6million mansion on the market — and it comes with its own nightclub. The 29-year-old midfielder, who is currently out on loan at Spanish side Sevilla, has put his huge home up for sale on Rightmove. Set in 30 acres of exclusive land in posh Alderley Edge, Cheshire, the seven-bedroom mansion 17

November 1, 2016 8:03 AM Can YOU pronounce suaveolent? Countdown’s Susie Dent reveals the unusual foodie words that describe how your favourite treats really taste

Alliacious, suaveolent, conflagrant: these unusual words are a struggle to pronounce, let alone spell. But while you may have never used any them in a sentence before, these words can all be used to describe your plate of food in a deliciously specific way. They are among 20 of Countdown star Susie Dent's favourite foodie terms, which the queen of Dictionary 20

October 31, 2016 3:37 PM Lionel Messi changed Barcelona and football. Can Pep Guardiola stop him?

Even in the helter-skelter, high-pressure world of elite football, I guess there will be a couple of quiet moments for several of Manchester City's key men to reflect on "discovering" Lionel Messi before battle re-commences on Tuesday night. I know there will be for Pablo Zabaleta, whether he plays or not. From executives via technical staff to players 21

October 31, 2016 3:37 PM Pep Guardiola believes Man City can upset Barcelona on Tuesday night

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will be treating Tuesday's Champions League clash with his former side Barcelona "like a final". Guardiola believes the Spanish champions are beatable but thinks City will need an almost perfect display if they are to claim the three points. A win over Luis Enrique's side would greatly enhance City's qualification chances 21

October 31, 2016 3:11 PM Mourinho's formation options; Juve, Barca do enough; Ronaldo finds form

Manchester United's scoreless draw against Burnley means Jose Mourinho has amassed 15 points from 10 games; that's fewer than David Moyes (17) in 2013-14 and fewer than Louis Van Gaal (20) last year. The chicken littles suggest the sky is falling but, while Mourinho has an laundry list of issues to work through, it's a bit of a knee-jerk reaction. Burnley 63 4

October 31, 2016 2:08 PM FIFA unveils rebranded fan-friendly annual awards

ZURICH (AP) — FIFA wants fans to vote in its rebranded "The Best" world player award. FIFA says online voting will now be a one-quarter share of polling for the men's and women's player and coach awards. FIFA says a popular vote will also decide who wins a new "FIFA Fan Award" celebrating "remarkable moments throughout the year involving exemplary and passionate 19

October 30, 2016 2:26 PM The Latest: Top Clinton aide calls FBI move 'unprecedented'

Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman says FBI Director James Comey should explain the "unprecedented" step of announcing an agency review of new Clinton-related emails just days before a national election. FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2016 file photo, Democratic vice presidential candidate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., speaks during a campaign rally in Charlotte 25

October 30, 2016 12:20 AM Mariano Rajoy, The Under-Estimated Survivor Who Wore His Rivals Down

Madrid: Spain's conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy won back power Saturday, at the age of 61, after a war of attrition against younger rivals who under-estimated his resistance after 35 years in politics. Just like in 2005 when he emerged from a helicopter crash with just a broken finger, Rajoy survived an unprecedented political crisis that left Spain 26 1