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# trouble in paradise

Last year
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Relationships cracks between Coalition partners show we're returning to business as usual
The Coalition partners buried their differences during Covid-19, but now the cracks are beginning to show.
All time
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Neymar's lavish birthday party leaves Tuchel annoyed after big win over Montpellier
The PSG coach also had to answer questions over Kylian Mbappe’s angry reaction to being substituted.
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'Two perfect shots, Michael': Frustrated Spieth takes aim at his caddie
Poor old Michael Greller.
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Kim Kardashian weighs in on the news that Kourtney and her boyfriend have reportedly split up
Is it time for Scott to swoop back in?
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Aguero unhappy with life under Guardiola at Man City
It took a personal intervention from Blues chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak to resolve the same issue earlier this year.
Man United fans seek meeting with Mourinho over tensions
Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) have today released a statement.
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There were rumblings of discontent at last night's Limerick county board meeting
Dinny Cahill’s appointment as the county’s new senior hurling team coach wasn’t plain sailing.
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Growing on trees: Celtic chief plays down £7 million losses
Peter Lawwell insists that the club’s presence in the Champions League can help to wipe the debt clear.
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Kim Collins visits wife, sent home from Olympics
“I’m a grown man with kids, about to have grandkids.” Says the (possibly former) St Kitts and Nevis sprinter.