· Bournemouth v Leicester: Premier League – live! →
They were the better team against Tottenham in midweek but all they got was a goalless draw and a single point.
· 12-year-old arrested over racial abuse targeted at Wilfried Zaha →
One post included an image of the white supremacist hate group, the Ku Klux Klan, and a message that read: ‘’You better not score tomorrow your black c*** or I’ll come to your house dressed as a ghost.’’
· Police arrest 12-year-old boy after racist messages are sent to Wilfried Zaha →
Sooner we accept it the better we can deal with it.”
· Liverpool news and transfers LIVE - Thiago Alcantara 'decision', Kalidou Koulibaly anger, Burnley reaction →
Despite supporting the Anfield side's rivals from down the M62, Tony said he thought Liverpool looked better than Manchester City and lumped on at 4/6 at a local branch of Ladbrokes.
· Highest Yielding 'Investment Grade' Preferred Stocks With Qualified Dividends →
The ultra-low bond yields from these companies show just how safe investors view these companies as well as highlight how much better the yields are on their preferred stocks than their bonds; particular the after-tax yields since the bonds have no tax benefits.
· Everton evening headlines as Carlo Ancelotti and Seamus Coleman rage after Wolves defeat →
“There's no hiding places, they were better all over the pitch and we need to ask some serious questions of ourselves.
· French nightclub workers hold (daytime) protest on virus closure →
Industry professionals argue it would be far better to let nightclubs reopen under strict regulation than letting people indulge in the unregulated outdoor parties with little social distancing that have been reported across France in recent days.
· David Cutcliffe: "Hopefully, We’re Disciplined Enough to Play Some Football.” →
“I think sitting back and letting these guys see what’s occurred gives us better chance for them to understand the seriousness of this.”
· Swansea City: Steve Cooper targets three wins in Championship play-off race →
Cardiff manager Neil Harris, whose side are a point better off than Swansea, has suggested seven more points will get the Bluebirds over the line.
· Unrealistic Expectations For Five9, NICE, And The Cloud Contact Center Industry →
Industry-wide transition from traditional telephony contact centers to cloud-based contact centers have resulted in much better customer service.