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22 May 19
The Scottish Sun
Love Island’s Adam Collard has his out at Rosie Williams after she calls him a “player” and believes his bad behaviour towards her has helped his career. Speaking on Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine show about the pressures of reality TV shows, Rosie, 26, took a swipe at Adam, 22, who humiliated her by dumping her in favour of Zara McDermott on last year’s Love Island. Rosie told host Jeremy that Adam had made his career from treating her badly “I went through a terrible time with the person I was coupled with [Adam],” the Welsh lawyer told the host. “I felt he got favoured following my departure, I feel he had lots more exposure and went to more events, and was sort of praised for his behaviour towards me. “Not by the public, because they seemed to side with me, but when it came to work. He seemed to have much more work for being this player so it was accepting his behaviour towards me.” After seeing the clip being shared on Twitter, though, Adam took offence. Rattled Adam hit back at Rosie telling her to learn what a ‘real relationship is’ “Yawn. I’ve had longer squat sessions than that ‘relationship’,” the personal trainer wrote alongside the clip. “Know the difference between a real relationship and being coupled up on Love Island. “Probably praised because I chose the girl I actually liked and lasted longer than anyone of the other couples. #Player.” Adam dumped Rosie for Zara in emotional scenes, leaving Rosie dumped from the villa. Rosie was humiliated after Adam dumped her for Zara and showed no remorse Adam continued dating Zara for eight months after they left Love Island Adam had originally caused tension by stealing Kendall-Rae Knight from Niall Aslam – before coupling up with Rosie and leaving Kendall dumped from the villa. But he proved it was the real deal with Zara for a while, as he opted to leave to be with her after she had been voted out. They split in February after eight months together and he now seems to be dating Spanish  model and Fashion Business graduate, Andrea Belver. The duo are yet to confirm their romance, though Andrea has appeared on Adam’s Instagram twice, with him recently writing alongside a picture of them on holiday together: “Summer, what you sayin’?”. Coupled up? Adam has been posting pictures with a stunning young lady It looks like he may have moved on from Zara, as well as Rosie The new girl featuring on his Instagram is Spanish model Andrea Belver After receiving floods of backlash, Adam later added: “Guys, look at all the f***s I give.” After leaving Love Island, Rosie went on to date Tottenham Hotspur youngster Harry Winks, 22 – who also dated Zara. Rosie has now found love with businessman Wayne Davies, while Zara has just called time on her brief romance with singer Olly Murs. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220 [bc_video video_id=”6039721926001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Love Island’s Rosie Williams blasts ex Adam Collard as a ‘player’ on The Jeremy Vine Show”]
22 May 19
The Irish Sun
Love Island’s Adam Collard has his out at Rosie Williams after she calls him a “player” and believes his bad behaviour towards her has helped his career. Speaking on Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine show about the pressures of reality TV shows, Rosie, 26, took a swipe at Adam, 22, who humiliated her by dumping her in favour of Zara McDermott on last year’s Love Island. Rosie told host Jeremy that Adam had made his career from treating her badly “I went through a terrible time with the person I was coupled with [Adam],” the Welsh lawyer told the host. “I felt he got favoured following my departure, I feel he had lots more exposure and went to more events, and was sort of praised for his behaviour towards me. “Not by the public, because they seemed to side with me, but when it came to work. He seemed to have much more work for being this player so it was accepting his behaviour towards me.” After seeing the clip being shared on Twitter, though, Adam took offence. Rattled Adam hit back at Rosie telling her to learn what a ‘real relationship is’ “Yawn. I’ve had longer squat sessions than that ‘relationship’,” the personal trainer wrote alongside the clip. “Know the difference between a real relationship and being coupled up on Love Island. “Probably praised because I chose the girl I actually liked and lasted longer than anyone of the other couples. #Player.” Adam dumped Rosie for Zara in emotional scenes, leaving Rosie dumped from the villa. Rosie was humiliated after Adam dumped her for Zara and showed no remorse Adam continued dating Zara for eight months after they left Love Island Adam had originally caused tension by stealing Kendall-Rae Knight from Niall Aslam – before coupling up with Rosie and leaving Kendall dumped from the villa. But he proved it was the real deal with Zara for a while, as he opted to leave to be with her after she had been voted out. They split in February after eight months together and he now seems to be dating Spanish  model and Fashion Business graduate, Andrea Belver. The duo are yet to confirm their romance, though Andrea has appeared on Adam’s Instagram twice, with him recently writing alongside a picture of them on holiday together: “Summer, what you sayin’?”. Coupled up? Adam has been posting pictures with a stunning young lady It looks like he may have moved on from Zara, as well as Rosie The new girl featuring on his Instagram is Spanish model Andrea Belver After receiving floods of backlash, Adam later added: “Guys, look at all the f***s I give.” After leaving Love Island, Rosie went on to date Tottenham Hotspur youngster Harry Winks, 22 – who also dated Zara. Rosie has now found love with businessman Wayne Davies, while Zara has just called time on her brief romance with singer Olly Murs. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220 [bc_video video_id=”6039721926001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Love Island’s Rosie Williams blasts ex Adam Collard as a ‘player’ on The Jeremy Vine Show”]
22 May 19
Media Channel
UEFA Champions League finalists Tottenham Hotspur FC and Liverpool FC have confirmed their arrangements for media open days ahead of the final at the Estadio Metropolitano in Madrid on Saturday, 1 June.Tottenham Hotspur FCTottenham Hotspur FC will hold their media open day on Monday 27 May, at their training ground, Hotspur Way, Enfield, EN2 9AP. Media will be able to access the facilities as of 11:00.  A press conference with coach Mauricio Pochettino and one player will take place at 13:00, followed by the flash and mixed zone interview opportunities. A fully open training session is scheduled for 16:00. All media wishing to attend are requested to email their name and organization to accreditation@tottenhamhotspur.com. The deadline to apply is 13:00 on Thursday 23 May. All applicants must bring an ID card to be able to enter the training ground.Liverpool FCLiverpool FC open day will take place on Tuesday 28 May, at Melwood training ground, Deysbrook Lane, West Derby, Liverpool L12 8SY, as of 8:30. Media activities will start at 11:00 with the two-part press conference – first with coach Jürgen Klopp, and then with players. A fully open training will start at 13:00, followed by the mixed zone interview opportunities. All media interested in the event should apply via email to accreditation@liverpoolfc.com, stating “UCL MEDIA DAY 2019” in the subject heading, by Friday 24 May at 17:00. Each application should state the name of the organization and attending media representatives, as well as their position within the organization.The FinalThe finalists have also confirmed their pre-match media activities at the Estadio Metropolitano on Friday, 31 May. Liverpool FC will stage their press conference at 16:45, followed by a fully open training session at 17:30. Tottenham Hotspur FC will hold their press conference at 18:45, followed by a fully open training session from 19:30.All times above are local.
21 May 19
LAS JOBAS®

Company | Powerleague

Company description | The original and premier provider of commercial small sided football in the UK.

Job location | London (UK)

Job description | Working out of the London support office with regular travel to clubs and partner locations, you’ll be tasked with supporting the Marketing Manager with the objective of delivering marketing campaigns that drive new customers and engage existing customers. Reporting to the Marketing Manager this role has a number of areas of accountability: support the Marketing Manager to in the delivery of the central marketing plan via all appropriate channels – inc. print, email, social media, website, increasingly moving image, PR, all at a national and club level; contribute to the strategic direction of the Marketing team; support end to end planning, campaign creative development including presentation of monthly direction to CEO, approvals, delivery and reporting including post campaign reviews; ensure all creative and messaging is consistent across all channels and on brand; where required the company has an ambition to create and develop as much as possible in house, but it also needs to manage agencies for assets required and creative approvals; work with key stakeholders across the business to drive maximum engagement and revenue and deliver business and marketing objectives; respond to daily, weekly and monthly requests from clubs; work in close collaboration with the wider marketing team and other functions (inc. Operations, People, Property and Finance) to develop a thorough understanding of everything the company does, including partnerships, events, digital, product as well as campaigns.

20 May 19
The Sun
DESPERATE Game Of Thrones fans stayed up until 2am for yesterday’s finale of the cult fantasy series. After eight seasons, 73 episodes and 200,000 slayings, the war for the Iron Throne came to an end on Sky Atlantic. After eight seasons Game of Thrones has come to an end But there was a mixed reaction from viewers here and in the US. Two Sun writers give their verdict on the death throes of Game Of Thrones. ‘ The final touchdown was about as elegant as an overweight dragon landing on the crumbling remains of the Red Keep’ Nick Pritchard, Feature Writer SO my watch has finally ended. The writers had a task trickier than tackling a fire-breathing dragon — tying up all the loose ends in just 80 minutes. The show’s writers had the tricky task of tying up all the loose ends in 80 minutes Who would take the Iron Throne? Would Tyrion EVER ride a dragon? Who was braiding Dany’s hair now that Missandei had got the chop? In short, did the Game Of Thrones writers live up to fans’ expectations? Sadly, the answer is no. The final touchdown was about as elegant as an overweight dragon landing on the crumbling remains of the Red Keep. Despite the hours of time invested in the series it felt rushed at the end Winter had come to the South, but the streets of King’s Landing were caked in white ash rather than snow. New ruler Dany addressed her troops, her rallying cries sounding more like the ravings of a dictator than a breaker of chains. It was a tantalising glimpse of how effective she could have been as the series’ ultimate baddie if her descent into mania had been given time to develop. [bc_video video_id=”6038718066001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Brandon Stark is elected the new King of Westeros in Game Of Thrones “] I felt cheated And could I really get excited about her confrontation with Westeros’ wettest hero Jon Snow? In true Game Of Thrones style, the writers had some tricks up their sleeves and things did not play out as I expected. However, I still felt cheated. I had sat through hours and hours of build-up, only for creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss to rush things at the very end. Beloved characters were not given satisfying endings. Brienne of Tarth spent most of the episode moping over the death of Jaime Lannister. Daenerys’ met her end in the final episode, many found her villain turn unconvincing Dany’s turn as a villain was unconvincing, and apart from Jon’s one shock moment where he killed the Mother of Dragons, he was useless. I would rather they had taken longer and stuck to the languid pace which characterised the early series. I wish they had given the storylines room to breathe. We delved into the world of Westeros for eight years . . . I won’t be going back. ‘ They delivered a masterclass in how to tie up an intensely complicated series’ Andy Halls, TV Editor AND just like that, another great TV series is put to rest. I have no doubt that Game Of Thrones will be put alongside the likes of The Sopranos, The Wire and other age-defining shows in the future. Game Of Thrones will go down alongside the likes of The Sopranos and The Wire I’ll be the first to admit I’ve not loved every minute of the final series, but TV scriptwriters can’t please everyone and, frankly, nor do they have to. But with this finale they delivered a masterclass in how to tie up an intensely complicated series. The best moments over the years haven’t been the big, drawn-out battle scenes, they’ve been the episodes with a flashpoint and quiet drama. Ned Stark losing his head, the Red Wedding, Joffrey choking to death, Hodor holding the White Walkers back. The way they came full circle was genius writing They were all unforgettable episodes, without the need for an hour of non-stop sword fights or fire-breathing dragons. And this is what the finale gave us. Quick, shocking moments surrounded by genuinely emotional dialogue and twists, while allowing each character to end up in a place which felt true to the person they had become. And the way things came full circle was just genius writing, clearly thought out from day one. The episode combined shocking moments surrounded by genuinely emotional dialogue and twists Jon ending up back at the Night’s Watch with his Wildling pals, after killing Daenerys to stop her tearing the world apart. Bran ending up as King of Westeros, and being dubbed Bran the Broken — a hark back to Bran the Builder, the first King in the North and founder of House Stark. Then Sansa being crowned Queen of the North. And Tyrion as Hand of the King — just as we had seen all those years ago in series two. Sure, we didn’t hear much from Brienne of Tarth. Or Arya, other than the fact she’s going on a medieval gap year. But great TV shows are made to be debated, and this is up there with the very best. We should be thankful that we got eight seasons of joy. The finale saw Sansa being crowned Queen of the North [bc_video video_id=”6038730629001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Sansa Stark is crowned Queen in the North after she makes the North independent of the Seven Kingdoms in Game Of Thrones “] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”Game of phones”]THE Sun’s dedicated Game Of Thrones helpline was ringing off the hook yesterday as distraught fans turned to us for a shoulder to cry on following the end of the series. John, of Aldershot, moaned: “I thought it was a big anticlimax, I don’t know what to do now. I’ve spent years watching it, I loved the Battle of the B**tards. “Maybe I’ll read the books. I hope the author comes up with a better ending.” Ben said: “I feel quite sad. I’ve watched from the beginning and now I don’t know what to do.” When we told him he could satisfy those binge-watching cravings with another acclaimed drama, he added: “I think I’ll watch The Sopranos.” Harold, of Skegness, wanted to talk through his favourite moments. He said: “I’ve just finished watching and I’m still shaking. “I keep thinking back over the whole series. My favourite bit ever was when Arya killed Walder Frey. “I was so surprised when she took off the mask and revealed it was her.” [/boxout] [boxout headline=”Game of grows”]DEMAND for monster TVs has soared thanks to a huge season of blockbuster telly. Sales of 75in tellies — equivalent to the size of a 6ft 2in tall person — have trebled in just a year, according to electrical retailer AO.com. It puts it down to Game Of Thrones and sport fans preparing for the Champions League Final between Liverpool and Tottenham and the Cricket World Cup. [/boxout] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
20 May 19
The Scottish Sun
DESPERATE Game Of Thrones fans stayed up until 2am for yesterday’s finale of the cult fantasy series. After eight seasons, 73 episodes and 200,000 slayings, the war for the Iron Throne came to an end on Sky Atlantic. After eight seasons Game of Thrones has come to an end But there was a mixed reaction from viewers here and in the US. Two Sun writers give their verdict on the death throes of Game Of Thrones. ‘ The final touchdown was about as elegant as an overweight dragon landing on the crumbling remains of the Red Keep’ Nick Pritchard, Feature Writer SO my watch has finally ended. The writers had a task trickier than tackling a fire-breathing dragon — tying up all the loose ends in just 80 minutes. The show’s writers had the tricky task of tying up all the loose ends in 80 minutes Who would take the Iron Throne? Would Tyrion EVER ride a dragon? Who was braiding Dany’s hair now that Missandei had got the chop? In short, did the Game Of Thrones writers live up to fans’ expectations? Sadly, the answer is no. The final touchdown was about as elegant as an overweight dragon landing on the crumbling remains of the Red Keep. Despite the hours of time invested in the series it felt rushed at the end Winter had come to the South, but the streets of King’s Landing were caked in white ash rather than snow. New ruler Dany addressed her troops, her rallying cries sounding more like the ravings of a dictator than a breaker of chains. It was a tantalising glimpse of how effective she could have been as the series’ ultimate baddie if her descent into mania had been given time to develop. [bc_video video_id=”6038718066001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Brandon Stark is elected the new King of Westeros in Game Of Thrones “] I felt cheated And could I really get excited about her confrontation with Westeros’ wettest hero Jon Snow? In true Game Of Thrones style, the writers had some tricks up their sleeves and things did not play out as I expected. However, I still felt cheated. I had sat through hours and hours of build-up, only for creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss to rush things at the very end. Beloved characters were not given satisfying endings. Brienne of Tarth spent most of the episode moping over the death of Jaime Lannister. Daenerys’ met her end in the final episode, many found her villain turn unconvincing Dany’s turn as a villain was unconvincing, and apart from Jon’s one shock moment where he killed the Mother of Dragons, he was useless. I would rather they had taken longer and stuck to the languid pace which characterised the early series. I wish they had given the storylines room to breathe. We delved into the world of Westeros for eight years . . . I won’t be going back. ‘ They delivered a masterclass in how to tie up an intensely complicated series’ Andy Halls, TV Editor AND just like that, another great TV series is put to rest. I have no doubt that Game Of Thrones will be put alongside the likes of The Sopranos, The Wire and other age-defining shows in the future. Game Of Thrones will go down alongside the likes of The Sopranos and The Wire I’ll be the first to admit I’ve not loved every minute of the final series, but TV scriptwriters can’t please everyone and, frankly, nor do they have to. But with this finale they delivered a masterclass in how to tie up an intensely complicated series. The best moments over the years haven’t been the big, drawn-out battle scenes, they’ve been the episodes with a flashpoint and quiet drama. Ned Stark losing his head, the Red Wedding, Joffrey choking to death, Hodor holding the White Walkers back. The way they came full circle was genius writing They were all unforgettable episodes, without the need for an hour of non-stop sword fights or fire-breathing dragons. And this is what the finale gave us. Quick, shocking moments surrounded by genuinely emotional dialogue and twists, while allowing each character to end up in a place which felt true to the person they had become. And the way things came full circle was just genius writing, clearly thought out from day one. The episode combined shocking moments surrounded by genuinely emotional dialogue and twists Jon ending up back at the Night’s Watch with his Wildling pals, after killing Daenerys to stop her tearing the world apart. Bran ending up as King of Westeros, and being dubbed Bran the Broken — a hark back to Bran the Builder, the first King in the North and founder of House Stark. Then Sansa being crowned Queen of the North. And Tyrion as Hand of the King — just as we had seen all those years ago in series two. Sure, we didn’t hear much from Brienne of Tarth. Or Arya, other than the fact she’s going on a medieval gap year. But great TV shows are made to be debated, and this is up there with the very best. We should be thankful that we got eight seasons of joy. The finale saw Sansa being crowned Queen of the North [bc_video video_id=”6038730629001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Sansa Stark is crowned Queen in the North after she makes the North independent of the Seven Kingdoms in Game Of Thrones “] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”Game of phones”]THE Sun’s dedicated Game Of Thrones helpline was ringing off the hook yesterday as distraught fans turned to us for a shoulder to cry on following the end of the series. John, of Aldershot, moaned: “I thought it was a big anticlimax, I don’t know what to do now. I’ve spent years watching it, I loved the Battle of the B**tards. “Maybe I’ll read the books. I hope the author comes up with a better ending.” Ben said: “I feel quite sad. I’ve watched from the beginning and now I don’t know what to do.” When we told him he could satisfy those binge-watching cravings with another acclaimed drama, he added: “I think I’ll watch The Sopranos.” Harold, of Skegness, wanted to talk through his favourite moments. He said: “I’ve just finished watching and I’m still shaking. “I keep thinking back over the whole series. My favourite bit ever was when Arya killed Walder Frey. “I was so surprised when she took off the mask and revealed it was her.” [/boxout] [boxout headline=”Game of grows”]DEMAND for monster TVs has soared thanks to a huge season of blockbuster telly. Sales of 75in tellies — equivalent to the size of a 6ft 2in tall person — have trebled in just a year, according to electrical retailer AO.com. It puts it down to Game Of Thrones and sport fans preparing for the Champions League Final between Liverpool and Tottenham and the Cricket World Cup. [/boxout] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
20 May 19
The Irish Sun
DESPERATE Game Of Thrones fans stayed up until 2am for yesterday’s finale of the cult fantasy series. After eight seasons, 73 episodes and 200,000 slayings, the war for the Iron Throne came to an end on Sky Atlantic. After eight seasons Game of Thrones has come to an end But there was a mixed reaction from viewers here and in the US. Two Sun writers give their verdict on the death throes of Game Of Thrones. ‘ The final touchdown was about as elegant as an overweight dragon landing on the crumbling remains of the Red Keep’ Nick Pritchard, Feature Writer SO my watch has finally ended. The writers had a task trickier than tackling a fire-breathing dragon — tying up all the loose ends in just 80 minutes. The show’s writers had the tricky task of tying up all the loose ends in 80 minutes Who would take the Iron Throne? Would Tyrion EVER ride a dragon? Who was braiding Dany’s hair now that Missandei had got the chop? In short, did the Game Of Thrones writers live up to fans’ expectations? Sadly, the answer is no. The final touchdown was about as elegant as an overweight dragon landing on the crumbling remains of the Red Keep. Despite the hours of time invested in the series it felt rushed at the end Winter had come to the South, but the streets of King’s Landing were caked in white ash rather than snow. New ruler Dany addressed her troops, her rallying cries sounding more like the ravings of a dictator than a breaker of chains. It was a tantalising glimpse of how effective she could have been as the series’ ultimate baddie if her descent into mania had been given time to develop. [bc_video video_id=”6038718066001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Brandon Stark is elected the new King of Westeros in Game Of Thrones “] I felt cheated And could I really get excited about her confrontation with Westeros’ wettest hero Jon Snow? In true Game Of Thrones style, the writers had some tricks up their sleeves and things did not play out as I expected. However, I still felt cheated. I had sat through hours and hours of build-up, only for creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss to rush things at the very end. Beloved characters were not given satisfying endings. Brienne of Tarth spent most of the episode moping over the death of Jaime Lannister. Daenerys’ met her end in the final episode, many found her villain turn unconvincing Dany’s turn as a villain was unconvincing, and apart from Jon’s one shock moment where he killed the Mother of Dragons, he was useless. I would rather they had taken longer and stuck to the languid pace which characterised the early series. I wish they had given the storylines room to breathe. We delved into the world of Westeros for eight years . . . I won’t be going back. ‘ They delivered a masterclass in how to tie up an intensely complicated series’ Andy Halls, TV Editor AND just like that, another great TV series is put to rest. I have no doubt that Game Of Thrones will be put alongside the likes of The Sopranos, The Wire and other age-defining shows in the future. Game Of Thrones will go down alongside the likes of The Sopranos and The Wire I’ll be the first to admit I’ve not loved every minute of the final series, but TV scriptwriters can’t please everyone and, frankly, nor do they have to. But with this finale they delivered a masterclass in how to tie up an intensely complicated series. The best moments over the years haven’t been the big, drawn-out battle scenes, they’ve been the episodes with a flashpoint and quiet drama. Ned Stark losing his head, the Red Wedding, Joffrey choking to death, Hodor holding the White Walkers back. The way they came full circle was genius writing They were all unforgettable episodes, without the need for an hour of non-stop sword fights or fire-breathing dragons. And this is what the finale gave us. Quick, shocking moments surrounded by genuinely emotional dialogue and twists, while allowing each character to end up in a place which felt true to the person they had become. And the way things came full circle was just genius writing, clearly thought out from day one. The episode combined shocking moments surrounded by genuinely emotional dialogue and twists Jon ending up back at the Night’s Watch with his Wildling pals, after killing Daenerys to stop her tearing the world apart. Bran ending up as King of Westeros, and being dubbed Bran the Broken — a hark back to Bran the Builder, the first King in the North and founder of House Stark. Then Sansa being crowned Queen of the North. And Tyrion as Hand of the King — just as we had seen all those years ago in series two. Sure, we didn’t hear much from Brienne of Tarth. Or Arya, other than the fact she’s going on a medieval gap year. But great TV shows are made to be debated, and this is up there with the very best. We should be thankful that we got eight seasons of joy. The finale saw Sansa being crowned Queen of the North [bc_video video_id=”6038730629001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Sansa Stark is crowned Queen in the North after she makes the North independent of the Seven Kingdoms in Game Of Thrones “] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”Game of phones”]THE Sun’s dedicated Game Of Thrones helpline was ringing off the hook yesterday as distraught fans turned to us for a shoulder to cry on following the end of the series. John, of Aldershot, moaned: “I thought it was a big anticlimax, I don’t know what to do now. I’ve spent years watching it, I loved the Battle of the B**tards. “Maybe I’ll read the books. I hope the author comes up with a better ending.” Ben said: “I feel quite sad. I’ve watched from the beginning and now I don’t know what to do.” When we told him he could satisfy those binge-watching cravings with another acclaimed drama, he added: “I think I’ll watch The Sopranos.” Harold, of Skegness, wanted to talk through his favourite moments. He said: “I’ve just finished watching and I’m still shaking. “I keep thinking back over the whole series. My favourite bit ever was when Arya killed Walder Frey. “I was so surprised when she took off the mask and revealed it was her.” [/boxout] [boxout headline=”Game of grows”]DEMAND for monster TVs has soared thanks to a huge season of blockbuster telly. Sales of 75in tellies — equivalent to the size of a 6ft 2in tall person — have trebled in just a year, according to electrical retailer AO.com. It puts it down to Game Of Thrones and sport fans preparing for the Champions League Final between Liverpool and Tottenham and the Cricket World Cup. [/boxout] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
20 May 19
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18 May 19
The Sun
A TOP football cop has blasted Premier League clubs for failing to tackle the number of coked-up yobs attending matches, following a Sun on Sunday probe. Cocaine binges have been linked to a 45 per cent increase in trouble at grounds in the past two years — including matchday violence, pitch invasions and assaults on players. A Tottenham fan was caught appearing to snort drugs on the pitch in 2017 Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish was punched by a pitch invader A Watford supporter was left seriously injured in December after being attacked during a home game against Everton. One of four men arrested for GBH was found to be in possession of the drug. And a Tottenham fan was caught on camera apparently snorting a line of drugs after running on to the pitch to celebrate the club’s last game at White Hart Lane in 2017. Cocaine use is said to be ­soaring, with the street price ­falling to £5 a wrap in parts of the country. Home Office statistics show six per cent of those aged 16 to 59 took the drug in 2017/18. But our probe reveals no arrests have been made at a string of top-flight clubs despite brazen use of the Class A drug. Deputy chief constable Mark Roberts — the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for football policing — fires an unprecedented broadside today at clubs spending millions on players and agents but little on proper policing. ‘FOOTBALL NEEDS TO INVEST’ He told The Sun on Sunday: “We know from the effect cocaine has on people’s behaviour that they may react in a way that can make a situation even more difficult for officers to handle. “To deter and prevent cocaine use, the football industry needs to take firm and swift action rather than simply engage in rhetoric. “This means having effective policing operations outside grounds. For that to happen, the industry needs to invest a fraction of what it pays agents into security at its venues and the surrounding areas. “Football wants its stadiums to be shiny and pristine but on the outside, police are left to pick up the pieces. The cocaine problem is very much a part of that.” Premier League clubs have been slammed for failing to tackle the number of coked-up yobs at their matches Top football club Mark Roberts has blasted clubs for spending millions on players while forking out very little on proper policing at matches His blast follows the disclosure of police force figures via Freedom of Information inquiries on cocaine arrests at Premier League grounds. Figures relating to 16 clubs show just 71 arrests during the course of the 2018/19 season, with the stats covering all but the final day of the season. Not one person was arrested for cocaine possession at Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground, where crowds reach 76,000. TOP COP’S WARNING Two were nabbed at Manchester City while just seven arrests in total were reported across Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Ham. Three were arrested at Watford, two at Southampton’s St Mary’s ground, and one at Wolves’ Molineux stadium. Lancashire police arrested two at Burnley’s Turf Moor, with no arrests made at Bournemouth or Huddersfield. Only on Merseyside were cops facing up to the coke menace. Twenty people have been arrested for possession at Liverpool’s Anfield and 34 at Everton’s Goodison Park this season. But the figures are still tiny given the millions of fans who attend Premier League matches over the course of the season. There have also been a string of violent incidents outside the top flight, including Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish being punched by a pitch invader in March during a Championship match at Birmingham. [quote credit=”Sun doctor Carol Cooper”]A fan on coke is much more likely to get involved in confrontation or do something impulsive like running on to the pitch, as the drug increases bravado.[/quote] Yob Paul Mitchell was jailed for 14 weeks for assault, but there is no suggestion he had taken drugs. Senior officers say the cocaine scourge is virtually impossible to deal with as clubs replace police with cheaper stewards. Many do not have the powers to search fans deemed a threat to public order, let alone arrest them for blatant drug abuse. A football supporters source told The Sun on Sunday: “There’s strong anecdotal evidence suggesting cocaine abuse at games has been increasing for some time. “On rare occasions when police deploy dogs outside grounds to detect the drug, wraps are ­invariably found dumped nearby. “But if police are serious about tackling this problem, they should not expect clubs to foot the bill. “They should commit their own resources to tackling it.” As cocaine becomes cheaper and more accessible, Sun doctor Carol Cooper says there is “no question” the rise in its use and bad ­behaviour at matches are linked. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She said: “Cocaine is linked to increased aggression, overconfidence and impulsive behaviour. “A fan on coke is much more likely to get involved in confrontation or do something impulsive like running on to the pitch, as the drug increases bravado. “Many football fans are pumped up naturally on testosterone, and the ­addition of cocaine is undoubtedly a dangerous combination.” Everton topped normal for the most arrests for cocaine possession at their football ground Drug binges have been linked to a 45 per cent increase in violence at games [bc_video video_id=”6013026151001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Josh Yorwerth epiphany came while sat in front of an FA disciplinary panel reeking of alcohol as cocaine surged through his system”] GOT a story? 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18 May 19
The Scottish Sun
A TOP football cop has blasted Premier League clubs for failing to tackle the number of coked-up yobs attending matches, following a Sun on Sunday probe. Cocaine binges have been linked to a 45 per cent increase in trouble at grounds in the past two years — including matchday violence, pitch invasions and assaults on players. A Tottenham fan was caught appearing to snort drugs on the pitch in 2017 Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish was punched by a pitch invader A Watford supporter was left seriously injured in December after being attacked during a home game against Everton. One of four men arrested for GBH was found to be in possession of the drug. And a Tottenham fan was caught on camera apparently snorting a line of drugs after running on to the pitch to celebrate the club’s last game at White Hart Lane in 2017. Cocaine use is said to be ­soaring, with the street price ­falling to £5 a wrap in parts of the country. Home Office statistics show six per cent of those aged 16 to 59 took the drug in 2017/18. But our probe reveals no arrests have been made at a string of top-flight clubs despite brazen use of the Class A drug. Deputy chief constable Mark Roberts — the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for football policing — fires an unprecedented broadside today at clubs spending millions on players and agents but little on proper policing. ‘FOOTBALL NEEDS TO INVEST’ He told The Sun on Sunday: “We know from the effect cocaine has on people’s behaviour that they may react in a way that can make a situation even more difficult for officers to handle. “To deter and prevent cocaine use, the football industry needs to take firm and swift action rather than simply engage in rhetoric. “This means having effective policing operations outside grounds. For that to happen, the industry needs to invest a fraction of what it pays agents into security at its venues and the surrounding areas. “Football wants its stadiums to be shiny and pristine but on the outside, police are left to pick up the pieces. The cocaine problem is very much a part of that.” Premier League clubs have been slammed for failing to tackle the number of coked-up yobs at their matches Top football club Mark Roberts has blasted clubs for spending millions on players while forking out very little on proper policing at matches His blast follows the disclosure of police force figures via Freedom of Information inquiries on cocaine arrests at Premier League grounds. Figures relating to 16 clubs show just 71 arrests during the course of the 2018/19 season, with the stats covering all but the final day of the season. Not one person was arrested for cocaine possession at Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground, where crowds reach 76,000. TOP COP’S WARNING Two were nabbed at Manchester City while just seven arrests in total were reported across Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Ham. Three were arrested at Watford, two at Southampton’s St Mary’s ground, and one at Wolves’ Molineux stadium. Lancashire police arrested two at Burnley’s Turf Moor, with no arrests made at Bournemouth or Huddersfield. Only on Merseyside were cops facing up to the coke menace. Twenty people have been arrested for possession at Liverpool’s Anfield and 34 at Everton’s Goodison Park this season. But the figures are still tiny given the millions of fans who attend Premier League matches over the course of the season. There have also been a string of violent incidents outside the top flight, including Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish being punched by a pitch invader in March during a Championship match at Birmingham. [quote credit=”Sun doctor Carol Cooper”]A fan on coke is much more likely to get involved in confrontation or do something impulsive like running on to the pitch, as the drug increases bravado.[/quote] Yob Paul Mitchell was jailed for 14 weeks for assault, but there is no suggestion he had taken drugs. Senior officers say the cocaine scourge is virtually impossible to deal with as clubs replace police with cheaper stewards. Many do not have the powers to search fans deemed a threat to public order, let alone arrest them for blatant drug abuse. A football supporters source told The Sun on Sunday: “There’s strong anecdotal evidence suggesting cocaine abuse at games has been increasing for some time. “On rare occasions when police deploy dogs outside grounds to detect the drug, wraps are ­invariably found dumped nearby. “But if police are serious about tackling this problem, they should not expect clubs to foot the bill. “They should commit their own resources to tackling it.” As cocaine becomes cheaper and more accessible, Sun doctor Carol Cooper says there is “no question” the rise in its use and bad ­behaviour at matches are linked. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She said: “Cocaine is linked to increased aggression, overconfidence and impulsive behaviour. “A fan on coke is much more likely to get involved in confrontation or do something impulsive like running on to the pitch, as the drug increases bravado. “Many football fans are pumped up naturally on testosterone, and the ­addition of cocaine is undoubtedly a dangerous combination.” Everton topped normal for the most arrests for cocaine possession at their football ground Drug binges have been linked to a 45 per cent increase in violence at games [bc_video video_id=”6013026151001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Josh Yorwerth epiphany came while sat in front of an FA disciplinary panel reeking of alcohol as cocaine surged through his system”] GOT a story? 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18 May 19
The Irish Sun
A TOP football cop has blasted Premier League clubs for failing to tackle the number of coked-up yobs attending matches, following a Sun on Sunday probe. Cocaine binges have been linked to a 45 per cent increase in trouble at grounds in the past two years — including matchday violence, pitch invasions and assaults on players. A Tottenham fan was caught appearing to snort drugs on the pitch in 2017 Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish was punched by a pitch invader A Watford supporter was left seriously injured in December after being attacked during a home game against Everton. One of four men arrested for GBH was found to be in possession of the drug. And a Tottenham fan was caught on camera apparently snorting a line of drugs after running on to the pitch to celebrate the club’s last game at White Hart Lane in 2017. Cocaine use is said to be ­soaring, with the street price ­falling to £5 a wrap in parts of the country. Home Office statistics show six per cent of those aged 16 to 59 took the drug in 2017/18. But our probe reveals no arrests have been made at a string of top-flight clubs despite brazen use of the Class A drug. Deputy chief constable Mark Roberts — the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for football policing — fires an unprecedented broadside today at clubs spending millions on players and agents but little on proper policing. ‘FOOTBALL NEEDS TO INVEST’ He told The Sun on Sunday: “We know from the effect cocaine has on people’s behaviour that they may react in a way that can make a situation even more difficult for officers to handle. “To deter and prevent cocaine use, the football industry needs to take firm and swift action rather than simply engage in rhetoric. “This means having effective policing operations outside grounds. For that to happen, the industry needs to invest a fraction of what it pays agents into security at its venues and the surrounding areas. “Football wants its stadiums to be shiny and pristine but on the outside, police are left to pick up the pieces. The cocaine problem is very much a part of that.” Premier League clubs have been slammed for failing to tackle the number of coked-up yobs at their matches Top football club Mark Roberts has blasted clubs for spending millions on players while forking out very little on proper policing at matches His blast follows the disclosure of police force figures via Freedom of Information inquiries on cocaine arrests at Premier League grounds. Figures relating to 16 clubs show just 71 arrests during the course of the 2018/19 season, with the stats covering all but the final day of the season. Not one person was arrested for cocaine possession at Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground, where crowds reach 76,000. TOP COP’S WARNING Two were nabbed at Manchester City while just seven arrests in total were reported across Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Ham. Three were arrested at Watford, two at Southampton’s St Mary’s ground, and one at Wolves’ Molineux stadium. Lancashire police arrested two at Burnley’s Turf Moor, with no arrests made at Bournemouth or Huddersfield. Only on Merseyside were cops facing up to the coke menace. Twenty people have been arrested for possession at Liverpool’s Anfield and 34 at Everton’s Goodison Park this season. But the figures are still tiny given the millions of fans who attend Premier League matches over the course of the season. There have also been a string of violent incidents outside the top flight, including Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish being punched by a pitch invader in March during a Championship match at Birmingham. [quote credit=”Sun doctor Carol Cooper”]A fan on coke is much more likely to get involved in confrontation or do something impulsive like running on to the pitch, as the drug increases bravado.[/quote] Yob Paul Mitchell was jailed for 14 weeks for assault, but there is no suggestion he had taken drugs. Senior officers say the cocaine scourge is virtually impossible to deal with as clubs replace police with cheaper stewards. Many do not have the powers to search fans deemed a threat to public order, let alone arrest them for blatant drug abuse. A football supporters source told The Sun on Sunday: “There’s strong anecdotal evidence suggesting cocaine abuse at games has been increasing for some time. “On rare occasions when police deploy dogs outside grounds to detect the drug, wraps are ­invariably found dumped nearby. “But if police are serious about tackling this problem, they should not expect clubs to foot the bill. “They should commit their own resources to tackling it.” As cocaine becomes cheaper and more accessible, Sun doctor Carol Cooper says there is “no question” the rise in its use and bad ­behaviour at matches are linked. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She said: “Cocaine is linked to increased aggression, overconfidence and impulsive behaviour. “A fan on coke is much more likely to get involved in confrontation or do something impulsive like running on to the pitch, as the drug increases bravado. “Many football fans are pumped up naturally on testosterone, and the ­addition of cocaine is undoubtedly a dangerous combination.” Everton topped normal for the most arrests for cocaine possession at their football ground Drug binges have been linked to a 45 per cent increase in violence at games [bc_video video_id=”6013026151001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Josh Yorwerth epiphany came while sat in front of an FA disciplinary panel reeking of alcohol as cocaine surged through his system”] GOT a story? 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