Image copyright The Limes As the number of pupils being permanently excluded from England’s schools has risen by a third over three years, Ben, who was expelled at 13, tells his story in his own words. Warning: Some of them are a little rude.“I was a little shit back then, when I was younger. “I… Continue reading I was an idiot, says excluded boy looking back
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption There were protests over the threats to deport undocumented young migrants from the US Hundreds of thousands of Mexicans are deported to their home country each year from the United States.The Trump administration’s pressure on undocumented young migrants – the so-called “Dreamers” – could mean many more coming home.But… Continue reading What next for Mexicans returned from US?
(Reuters) – Marouane Fellaini’s clumsy conceding of a last-minute penalty against Everton, which denied Manchester United a precious away win, may have outraged fans but former team mate Leon Osman is not surprised.United were leading the Merseyside club 1-0 in Sunday’s Premier League contest at Goodison Park when the Belgian international replaced Henrikh Mkhitaryan in… Continue reading ‘Clumsy’ Fellaini foul doesn’t surprise former team mate Osman
(Reuters) – EVERTON 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 1 A late penalty by Leighton Baines preserved Everton’s unbeaten home record in the Premier League this season after Manchester United had taken the lead at Goodison Park on Sunday. Former Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini conceded the spot kick in the 89th minute, soon after coming on as a… Continue reading Everton hold United thanks to late Baines penalty
LONDON (Reuters) – Of the extraordinary total of 38 Chelsea players out on loan to other clubs this season, none can have done the Londoners a bigger favour than Nathan Ake, whose dramatic stoppage-time goal brought Bournemouth a 4-3 win over Liverpool on Sunday.It meant that instead of moving back into second place, only a… Continue reading Chelsea loanee Ake leaves Liverpool feeling blue
LISBON (Reuters) – Having squandered numerous chances to clinch their knockout stage place, Benfica and Napoli face a Champions League showdown on Tuesday knowing they will only have themselves to blame if they are eliminated.The Group B match could easily have been one of the numerous dead rubbers in the final week of the group… Continue reading Benfica and Napoli face showdown after slip-ups
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Chapecoense goalkeeper Danilo, who was killed in the Colombian air crash last month, was posthumously named Brazil’s Player of the Year after a vote by fans on Monday. Danilo, whose last gasp save in the semi-final against San Lorenzo helped his side into the Copa Sudamericana final, got 48 per cent… Continue reading Brazil fans vote Chapecoense keeper Player of Year