Barcelona will complete the £128million signing of Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho in January, according to reports in Spain. Coutinho once again demonstrated why Barca wanted to sign him in the summer, scoring a hat-trick in the Reds' 7-0 demolition of Spartak Moscow on Wednesday. Fresh from his exploits against the Russian side, the Spanish media haven't wasted any time in speculating about the Brazilian's future.
The FIA has confirmed the 21-race F1 calendar for 2018 — with the schedule featuring the sport's first triple header as France and Germany return while Malaysia drops out. The only change from the provisional calendar is the date swap between China and Bahrain, with the Sakhir race now heading up the first back-to-back of the season. As usual, the season begins with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on March 25 while three races in a row has also been introduced.
Strikes from Juan Cuadrado and Federico Bernardeschi against Olympiacos ensured Juventus booked their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League. The Italians knew a victory in Greece would secure their passage to the last-16 along with group winners Barcelona and they got off to the perfect start on Tuesday. Cuadrado, the former Chelsea man, tapped home the opener after fine play from Alex Sandro and the hosts couldn't find a way back into the match.
@British_Airways Any reason there’s only one BA customer service window at Berlin Tegel? Been queueing up 3 hours and still no luck rebooking our cancelled 7.45 London Heathrow flight. Queue is crazy - and it’s a bit of a disgrace if I’m honest....
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Selecting a term
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