Schools open and closed in St Albans on Thursday, March 1 PUBLISHED: 07:50 01 March 2018 | UPDATED: 07:50 01 March 2018 Chris Flanagan Schools open and closed in St Albans today (Thursday, March 1) Archant Is your school in St Albans open or closed today? For updates check back here throughout the day (Thursday, March 1). •Batchwood School is closed •Links Academy is closed •Park Street Primary School & Nursery is open
Does he mind being called a super-sub? Did he ever piss off Roy Keane? Was he a better finisher than Ruud van Nistelrooy? And does he still play Football Manager?! FourFourTwo sits down with the Manchester United hero“We have a saying in Norway: there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing,” Ole Gunnar Solskjaer chuckles as FFT shivers pitchside at Molde’s smart Aker Stadion, an arena his £1.5 million transfer to Manchester United helped build.
The people of the Basque Country have not seen anything like this before. FourFourTwo are in Bilbao’s neoclassical main square, where five blokes from Middlesbrough are jumping up and down wearing sheriff hats, leading nearly 700 Swedes in an adapted version of the Will Grigg chant. “The Sheriff’s on fire, your defence is terrified!” yelp the quintet in thick Teesside accents, one of them overcoming the difficulties of an artificial leg to bounce around with the other four.
Had a nice chat with Joe Cole for the new issue of @FourFourTwo about life at Tampa Bay, plus his plans to go into coaching or management. "I've got plenty of steps to take - but if you love football, you'd love to be manager of England, Chelsea or West Ham." https://t.co/hrGuJDA4Cj
Travelled to Leipzig to meet Timo Werner for the new issue of @FourFourTwo and also headed to Jerusalem for the 'Superpolitico' - the grudge match that's just got even more intense, because of Donald Trump. One of the most extraordinary games I've ever seen. https://t.co/UWJ3qfsLWg
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