Gabriel Jesus given custom gold iPhone with trademark celebration on to mark Premier League win 

  • Manchester City secured the Premier League title with five games to spare 
  • Gabriel Jesus celebrated the achievement with a custom-made iPhone X
  • The eye-catching mobile has his famous goal celebration etched on the back 

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Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus became a Premier League winner for the first time earlier this month and the Brazilian has marked the achievement with a custom-made gold iPhone X.

City secured the title with five games to spare when Manchester United were beaten by West Brom at Old Trafford and celebrated the victory after Sunday’s destruction of Swansea.

And Jesus has treated himself to a new piece of bling to mark the scalp.   

Gabriel Jesus poses with jeweller Matthew Jones after being presented with his new phone

Gabriel Jesus poses with jeweller Matthew Jones after being presented with his new phone

Gabriel Jesus poses with jeweller Matthew Jones after being presented with his new phone

The forward’s trademark celebration is etched on the back of the phone’s case

Jeweller to the stars Matthew Jones visited the Etihad stadium to present Jesus with the new phone with his trademark celebration etched on the back of the case.

Taking to Instagram, the 21-year-old shared a video of the eye-catching mobile in its stunning case, writing ‘amazing, thanks bro! @mjjwatches’

Jesus dedicates every goal to mum, Vera Lucia Diniz de Jesus, by making a phone shape with his hand.

Jesus of Manchester City celebrates after scoring his side's fifth goal against Swansea

Jesus of Manchester City celebrates after scoring his side's fifth goal against Swansea

Jesus of Manchester City celebrates after scoring his side’s fifth goal against Swansea

The ‘hello Mum’ gesture, which Jesus also has tattooed on his skin, was first produced after he scored for the Brazilian national team in a 2-0 win over Venezuela.

His mother had rang him prior to the match, concerned about the pressure that was being placed upon her son in the absence of star man Neymar.

The youngster had no such concerns and took to the match with aplomb, scoring a spectacular effort and sealing with the now famous phone celebration.

Jesus also has an image of his mother Vera Lucia Diniz de Jesus tattooed on his arm

Jesus also has an image of his mother Vera Lucia Diniz de Jesus tattooed on his arm

Jesus also has an image of his mother Vera Lucia Diniz de Jesus tattooed on his arm

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Every golfer’s walk-on music at the Zurich Classic, from Metallica to Tupac

Metallica might not be the first thing you’d think of when talking about golf, but it’ll be the first thing fans will hear when this week’s PGA Tour event in New Orleans gets underway. 

The Zurich Classic, featuring the likes of Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson and Masters champion Patrick Reed, will be the first PGA Tour event to use walk-on music as the players are introduced at the first tee, in the style of boxing or darts.

It is a rare team event, with players partnering up for a better-ball competition, and each duo has selected their own walk-on music, with Metallica’s heavy metal classic Enter Sandman proving the most popular choice.

Justin Rose is playing in the Zurich Classic this week, which features walk-on music

Justin Rose is playing in the Zurich Classic this week, which features walk-on music

James Hetfield of rock gods Metallica, whose Enter Sandman song is a popular choice

James Hetfield of rock gods Metallica, whose Enter Sandman song is a popular choice

Justin Rose is playing in the Zurich Classic this week, which features walk-on music; James Hetfield of rock gods Metallica (right), whose Enter Sandman song is a popular choice

Three teams chose that song, while Thunderstruck by fellow rock gods AC/DC was picked by two teams, including former Masters and Open champion Zach Johnson, who is playing with Jonathan Byrd.

At the other end of the musical spectrum, hip-hop anthem California Love by Tupac and Dr Dre will accompany the Charley Hoffman/Nick Watney and Brendan Steele/Jamie Lovemark teams to the tee. No prizes for guessing where those players all hail from.

It is a theme repeated throughout, with former world No 1 Jason Day and partner Ryan Ruffels showing their Aussie roots with Down Under by Men at Work, Shane Lowry and Padraig Harrington opting for Beautiful Day by fellow Irishmen U2, and Martin Laird and Russell Knox showing their national pride with a bagpipe-only rendition of Flower of Scotland.

Cody Gribble and John Peterson’s choice of Careless Whisper by George Michael might seem an odd choice to gee them up for the round, but Reed plays up to his cold-eyed reputation with Eye of the Tiger.

Rose, meanwhile, takes a sly dig at his partner and good pal Stenson with Spandau Ballet’s Gold – the Englishman beat the Swede to the gold medal in a shootout at the Rio Olympics in 2016. 

Harold Varner III and Robert Garrigus also share their sense of humour with their choice of Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney’s Ebony and Ivory.

So why have the PGA Tour introduced the walk-on music?

‘We are continuously looking for fun and innovative ways for our players to connect with fans,’ said Tyler Dennis, chief of operations.

‘Given the team format and the location being New Orleans, I can’t think of a better event to introduce this on the PGA Tour.’ 

Walk-on music has been used at a number of recent European Tour events and it seems the craze is catching on, although there are no plans as yet to have it at any other PGA Tour event. 

The fill list of every team’s song choice is below. 

EVERY TEAM’S WALK-ON MUSIC AT THE ZURICH CLASSIC
Team Song Artist
William McGirt/Sam Burns Callin’ Baton Rouge Garth Brooks
Kevin Na/Byeong Hun An Make ’em say Uhh Master P
Chris Kirk/J.T. Poston Crazy Train Ozzy Osbourne
Chez Reavie/Lucas Glover For Whom the Bell Tolls Metallica
Martin Piller/Joel Dahmen Lovumba Daddy Yankee
K.J. Choi/Charlie Wi Gangnam Style PSY
Ryan Armour/Johnson Wagner Enter Sandman Metallica
C.T. Pan/Zac Blair Half Time Ying Yang Twins
Tyrone Van Aswegen/Retief Goosen Africa Toto
Tom Hoge/J.J. Henry Right Now Van Halen
Shawn Stefani/John Rollins Thunderstruck AC/DC
Tony Finau/Daniel Summerhays Doo Wa Ditty (Blow That Thing) Zapp & Roger
Keith Mitchell/Stephan Jaeger Pizza Guy Touch Sensitive
Ben Silverman/Matt Atkins Enter Sandman Metallica
Zach Johnson/Jonathan Byrd Thunderstruck AC/DC
Patrick Reed/Patrick Cantlay Eye of the Tiger Survivor
Greg Chalmers/Cameron Percy Down Under Men at Work
Keegan Bradley/Jon Curran Shipping up to Boston Dropkick Murphys
Brendan Steele/Jamie Lovemark California Love Tupac
Charley Hoffman/Nick Watney California Love Tupac
Billy Horschel/Scott Piercy Young Forever Jay Z ft. Mrs. Hudson
Cody Gribble/John Peterson Careless Whisper George Michael
Steve Stricker/Jerry Kelly As Good As I Once Was Toby Keith
Chris Stroud/Brian Stuard Enter Sandman Metallica
Sergio Garcia/Rafa Cabrera Bello The Best Tina Turner
Kevin Tway/Kelly Kraft Gucci Gang Lil Pump
DA Points/Kyle Thompson Working for the weekend Loverboy
Mac Hughes/Corey Conners Big League  Tom Cochrane & Red Rider
Justin Thomas/Bud Cauley Circle of Life Carmen Twillie
Shane Lowry/Padraig Harrington Beautiful Day U2
Russell Knox/Martin Laird Flower of Scotland  The Corries
Gary Woodland/Daniel Berger Forever Drake
Brandon Harkins/Lanto Griffin Started From the Bottom Drake
Kevin Kisner/Scott Brown Slippery Migos
Andrew Landry/Talor Gooch Big Poppa Notorious BIG
Jason Day/Ryan Ruffels Down Under Men at work
Justin Rose/Henrik Stenson Gold Spandau Ballet
Matt Every/Sam Saunders Running With the Devil Van Halen
Jon Rahm/Wesley Bryan DNA Kendrick Lamar
Emiliano Grillo/Peter Uihlein Mi Gente (Remix) J Balvin, Willy William, Busta K.
Jamie Donaldson/Ross Fisher Sweet Disposition The Temper Trap
Harold Varner III/Robert Garrigus Ebony and Ivory Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
Alex Cejka/Ben Crane Here I Go Again Whitesnake
Abraham Ancer/Roberto Diaz Mexico Lindo y Querido Vicente Fernandez
Xinjun Zhang/Zecheng Dou Believe in Myself Zero Point Band

 

Liverpool to send delegation to Rome to obtain concrete information on security plans

  • Liverpool face Roma in their Champions League second leg on Wednesday night 
  • The first game was marred by pre-match violence that left a fan in hospital 
  • Fans were accused of using belts and buckles to attack Liverpool supporters 

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Liverpool are sending a delegation to Rome to get concrete security information ahead of the Champions League semi-final second leg.

Their 5-2 victory against Roma on Tuesday night was marred by violent clashes prior to kick off after a group of fans of the Italian club attacked Reds supporters outside of the Albert pub.

Liverpool fan Sean Cox, 53, is in a critical condition and in an induced coma with a severe bleed on the brain following the assault.

Roma supporters attacked a Liverpool fan outside Anfield ahead of their clash on Tuesday

Roma supporters attacked a Liverpool fan outside Anfield ahead of their clash on Tuesday

Roma supporters attacked a Liverpool fan outside Anfield ahead of their clash on Tuesday

The away fans brandished belts during the unprovoked attack before Champions League tie

Liverpool supporter Sean Cox (right) is in a critical condition after being attacked on Tuesday 

Liverpool supporter Sean Cox (right) is in a critical condition after being attacked on Tuesday 

Liverpool supporter Sean Cox (right) is in a critical condition after being attacked on Tuesday 

The unprecedented delegation from the club will meet with Roma, the Italian police and UEFA to get concrete information on security plans 

Liverpool expect around 5,000 of their fans to travel to Rome ahead of next Wednesday’s match. They requested and will hold the meeting on Friday in the Italian capital.

In a statement, the Anfield club said: ‘Liverpool Football Club is continuing to do everything in its power to provide supporters travelling to Rome next week with the most comprehensive safety and security advice. 

 ‘Liverpool have sought clarity on a number of issues surrounding the match-day operation since the draw was made and is hoping this extraordinary meeting will provide the necessary reassurances and essential information.’

One supporter was pictured carrying a hammer on his way to the attack at Anfield. There is no suggestion that this image is of either of the attackers of Mr Cox

One supporter was pictured carrying a hammer on his way to the attack at Anfield. There is no suggestion that this image is of either of the attackers of Mr Cox

One supporter was pictured carrying a hammer on his way to the attack at Anfield. There is no suggestion that this image is of either of the attackers of Mr Cox

Two Italian men were remanded in custody on Thursday after being charged in connection with the incident involving Mr Cox.

Filippo Lombardi, 20, was charged with violent disorder and wounding/inflict grievous bodily harm. Daniele Sciusco, 29, was also charged with violent disorder.

Prosecutor Angela Conlan said the two fans used their belts and buckles as weapons, while the group violence involved using chains from fans coats.

District Judge Jack McGarva also referred to alleged group violence. In court, he said: ‘These are allegations of organised and group violence with weapons where mass public disorder was likely to be provoked.’ 

A gang of around 35 to 40 Roma fans made their way to the ground via Venmore Street

A gang of around 35 to 40 Roma fans made their way to the ground via Venmore Street

A gang of around 35 to 40 Roma fans made their way to the ground via Venmore Street

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Shahid Khan promises to protect the ‘spirit and essence’ of Wembley

Shahid Khan, the billionaire owner of Fulham and the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars claims his bid to buy Wembley Stadium from the Football Association will not affect the ‘spirit and essence’ of English football’ spiritual home.

Khan, who is worth an estimated £5.2billion, is prepared to fund a deal worth an estimated £800million which could eventually see the Jaguars relocate and become London‘s first permanent NFL team.

Such a move would serve to dilute the stadium’s position as the home of the English national team, but Khan insists he understands the responsibility that comes with owning the 90,000-seat arena and guarantees that its brand will not be damaged.

Wembley Stadium could soon be under new ownership with Shahid Khan keen to purchase it

Wembley Stadium could soon be under new ownership with Shahid Khan keen to purchase it

Wembley Stadium could soon be under new ownership with Shahid Khan keen to purchase it

Shahid Khan is married to Ann, and  Forbes rank him as the 217th richest man in the world

Shahid Khan is married to Ann, and  Forbes rank him as the 217th richest man in the world

Shahid Khan is married to Ann, and Forbes rank him as the 217th richest man in the world

In a statement released on Wednesday, Khan said: ‘I’ve enjoyed a rewarding relationship with The Football Association for years and my more recent exchanges and time spent with Martin Glenn have served to further strengthen a connection with the FA that made it natural and ultimately possible for both parties to consider this transaction.

‘Working with Martin and his team has been a pleasure and clearly productive. Should we be fortunate to close on the purchase, it’s important to stress that the spirit and essence of Wembley would be unchanged. Wembley is a special place, beloved in London and known throughout the world.

‘I understand the responsibility and accountability that would be ours to accept, and at all times we will be guided so the stadium and Wembley brand are both protected and enhanced.

‘We will take excellent care of Wembley Stadium in every respect, and at all times be good citizens and neighbours here in London and beyond.

‘I am grateful for all of my experiences and investments in London, and am privileged to have this opportunity with the FA to forge an agreement that I am certain will be a victory for everyone.’ 

Khan is known by Fulham fans already after buying the west London club back in 2013 

Khan is known by Fulham fans already after buying the west London club back in 2013 

Khan is known by Fulham fans already after buying the west London club back in 2013 

Sportsmail reports on £800m Wembley sale 

In a further statement issued on Fulham’s official website, Khan insisted his bid to buy Wembley Stadium would remain completely independent from his ownership of the west London club, and is part of a plan to secure the Jaguars’ position in London.

He said: ‘It was revealed today that I have made an offer to purchase Wembley Stadium from the Football Association. To everyone in the Fulham family, I wanted you to be among the first to hear the news, directly from me, and share a bit of background.

‘As you likely know, in addition to the privilege of serving as chairman of Fulham Football Club, I am also owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League in the US. The Jaguars have played regular season home games at Wembley Stadium in each of the past five NFL seasons and will continue to do so at least through the 2020 season.

‘The games the Jaguars play at Wembley are essential to the financial stability of the Jaguars in Jacksonville, which is one of the smallest markets in the NFL.

‘If my ownership interests were to include Wembley Stadium, it would protect the Jaguars’ position in London at a time when other NFL teams are understandably becoming more interested in this great city. And the stronger the Jaguars are in London, the more stable and promising the Jaguars’ future will be in Jacksonville.

The FA Cup final would still be held under the famous arch, but rugby matches would move

The FA Cup final would still be held under the famous arch, but rugby matches would move

The FA Cup final would still be held under the famous arch, but rugby matches would move

‘As important, Wembley Stadium would return to private ownership and the Football Association would be able to focus on its core mission of developing players with the best player developers and facilities anywhere in the game, thanks in part to the vast financial benefit that would result from the transaction.

‘I trust many if not most of you are also supporters of the England national teams, so I hope you welcome the potential of this becoming a reality. Always know Wembley would be home to the England national teams, and that we would strive every day of the year to be the best possible steward for a venue that is iconic and beloved here and throughout the world.

‘No matter what the outcome of our offer may be, I want to emphatically state to you that none of this will have any effect on my commitment to your club.

‘To be clear, this venture is 100 per cent independent of my investment in and operation of Fulham Football Club, Motspur Park and Craven Cottage. No less attention will be paid to developing players and fielding a squad that will win with frequency and always make you proud.

Ticket revenue for matches the FA holds at the stadium would stay with them, not with Khan

Ticket revenue for matches the FA holds at the stadium would stay with them, not with Khan

Ticket revenue for matches the FA holds at the stadium would stay with them, not with Khan

‘It will have no impact on Craven Cottage as the home of FFC. And this is imperative to know, and I encourage you to spread the word – absolutely nothing changes in our plans to redevelop the Riverside Stand.

‘I hope you will support my effort in this endeavour, and I know you’re with me in wishing our first team the very best tomorrow night against Sunderland as we take aim at promotion in the final two weekends of the season. I have submitted programme notes for tomorrow’s [Friday’s] match that reflect upon our magical campaign and the opportunity ahead, and I’ll have them posted online here at fulhamfc.com in advance of kick-off.

‘In case you don’t get a chance to read the notes, let me take this opportunity to thank you for all you’ve done to make this a record-breaking season at Fulham Football Club. Come On You Whites!’

Tyson Fury insists the fire is burning again as he plots route back to the top

Tyson Fury is ready to explode the heavyweight division wide open and insists he has the stimulation needed to drive him back to world honours.

The self-styled ‘Gypsy King’ will make his return to the ring at the Manchester Arena on June 9 after a two-and-a-half year hiatus amid self-confessed problems with drugs and depression.

Speaking ahead of his comeback fight, Fury was as comical and confident as ever but needed to be grounded by his new promoter Frank Warren at one point when he suggested he is ‘ready today’ to fight rivals Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder.

Tyson Fury insisted the motivation is back ahead of comeback fight at the Manchester Arena

Tyson Fury insisted the motivation is back ahead of comeback fight at the Manchester Arena

Tyson Fury insisted the motivation is back ahead of comeback fight at the Manchester Arena

Fury makes his comeback on the undercard of Terry Flanagan's world title fight on June 9

Fury makes his comeback on the undercard of Terry Flanagan's world title fight on June 9

Fury makes his comeback on the undercard of Terry Flanagan’s world title fight on June 9

Those blockbuster clashes will come in time but only after the ring rust is brushed off in two or three fights against modest opposition.

Fury agreed that that is the plan but is clearly already itching to get back to where he last left the sport, having held three versions of the world titles after famously dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf before announcing his retirement and being stripped of his boxing licence.

The 29-year-old, who has since regained his licence, claims he is back for real now and that the time was right to make his anticipated return because the fire that was missing is now burning strong again.

He said it took him over two years to get that fire back and believes the break done him good

He said it took him over two years to get that fire back and believes the break done him good

He said it took him over two years to get that fire back and believes the break done him good

‘I’m in a very very good place, they always say a happy fighter is a dangerous fighter and I am very, very happy, I feel stronger and quicker and fitter than I ever have done,’ Fury told reporters on Thursday afternoon.

‘I think the two and a half years has done me well, I started boxing when I was really young and I never really had that break so it was nice to have time – some much needed time – with the family but I’m back now and ready to really set the division on fire this time.

‘It took two and a half years to get that fire again. Every time I had 10 pints down the pub, I was wondering where is this fire, is it going to come? I wanted to fight then but I was walking one day and thought I am a fat pig and I knew something had to change.

Frank Warren had to reiterate he needs two or three fights before challenging for world titles

Frank Warren had to reiterate he needs two or three fights before challenging for world titles

Frank Warren had to reiterate he needs two or three fights before challenging for world titles

It will be Fury's first fight since he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015

It will be Fury's first fight since he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015

It will be Fury’s first fight since he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015

‘I almost didn’t make it to the training camp, I almost turned around four or five times, and went to Disneyland, I was coming up with excuses but I kept going and we ended up getting there, we made it and now look I’m here on a lovely day in my home town, the mac is back.’

Who the mac will be pitted against in the first fight of his second coming is yet to be confirmed though with Warren insisting he ‘doesn’t want people getting excited’ as it will be someone handpicked by him to help Fury shake off any ring rust. 

Despite that, talk soon turned back to those big fight nights awaiting Fury further down the road. 

He added: ‘I believe I can tie one hand behind my back and beat AJ and Wilder, and they could choose which one I tie back. I’m going to have a couple of warm up fights and then we can take on any of them.

‘I believe my talent and confidence is enough to beat these guys.’

Fury said he believes he could beat Anthony Joshua today 'with one arm tied behind his back'

Fury said he believes he could beat Anthony Joshua today 'with one arm tied behind his back'

Fury said he believes he could beat Anthony Joshua today ‘with one arm tied behind his back’

He also said he wants to fight Deontay Wilder (L) and will be ready after two or three fights

He also said he wants to fight Deontay Wilder (L) and will be ready after two or three fights

He also said he wants to fight Deontay Wilder (L) and will be ready after two or three fights

Leukaemia patients may be given new hope with treatment on NHS

The NHS is preparing to offer cancer patients a pioneering new treatment that may save thousands of lives.

Health chiefs today announced CAR-T therapy, branded a ‘game changer’, could be rolled out across hospitals this year.

The revolutionary ‘living drug’ revs up vital killer cells in the body’s immune system, teaching them to attack cancerous cells, even where other methods have failed.

Trials have already shown it effective in helping patients with blood cancer, which strikes 30,000 people in Britain each year.

Simon Stevens, chief executive of the NHS speaking at the 2017 NHS Confederation Conference in Liverpool. He is today expected to announce the NHS plan to use pioneering immunotherapy to combat chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

Simon Stevens, chief executive of the NHS speaking at the 2017 NHS Confederation Conference in Liverpool. He is today expected to announce the NHS plan to use pioneering immunotherapy to combat chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

Simon Stevens, chief executive of the NHS speaking at the 2017 NHS Confederation Conference in Liverpool. He is today expected to announce the NHS plan to use pioneering immunotherapy to combat chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

CAR-T is already available in the US, after it was approved as the first gene therapy available in the country last in August 2017.

How does CAR-T work? 

The therapy starts with filtering key immune cells called T cells from a patient’s blood.

In a laboratory, a gene is then inserted into the T cells that prompts them to grow a receptor that targets a special marker found on some blood cancers.

Millions of copies of the new T cells are grown in the lab and then injected into the patient’s bloodstream where they can seek out and destroy cancer cells.

What is chronic lymphocytic leukaemia?

Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) is a cancer that affects white blood cells, progressing slowly over many years. It is usually diagnosed in people over 60, and is very rare in those under the age of 40.

It does not usually cause symptoms early on, and may be picked up on in the results of a blood test for something else.

When symptoms do develop, they include: 

  •  getting infections often
  • anaemia – persistent tiredness, shortness of breath and pale skin
  • bleeding and bruising more easily than normal
  • a high temperature (fever)
  • night sweats
  • swollen glands in your neck, armpits or groin
  • swelling and discomfort in your tummy
  • unintentional weight loss

There is currently no full cure for CLL, but treatments may include chemotherapy or a stem or bone marrow transplant.

If caught in the early stages, most people will live at least five years after diagnosis. 

Under the microscope: CLL in a sample of blood. Unlike acute leukaemias, CLL develops slowly and is very rare in young people

Under the microscope: CLL in a sample of blood. Unlike acute leukaemias, CLL develops slowly and is very rare in young people

Under the microscope: CLL in a sample of blood. Unlike acute leukaemias, CLL develops slowly and is very rare in young people

Doctors call it a ‘living drug’ – permanently altered cells that continue to multiply in the body into an army to fight the disease.  

CAR-T therapy was unveiled by Kite Pharma in 2017 at the world’s biggest cancer conference, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, in Chicago.

Is CAR-T proven to work? 

Researchers presented a study that found eight patients out of nine with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, a type of blood cancer that was thought to be incurable, had the disease eradicated after being given the therapy.

The trial showed that six months after treatment, the patients were still cancer-free. 

It is understood hundreds of NHS cancer patients could benefit initially from the rollout of the treatment.  

Mr Stevens will announce that the ‘game changer’ cancer treatment could be available before the end of year at the Association of British Pharmaceuticals Industry annual conference today.

‘A proud history’ 

He said: ‘The NHS has a proud history of delivering pioneering treatments.

‘As we celebrate the 70th anniversary, the NHS is working harder than ever to save lives and improve care by embracing cutting edge technology like CAR-T therapy and spreading innovation across the whole health service.

‘However, we can’t do this alone and we need the help of the manufacturers to ensure we can get these treatments to patients as quickly and cost effectively as possible.

‘Preparations are underway to make CAR-T, one of the most innovative treatments that has ever been offered on the NHS available to patients, but manufacturers need to set fair and affordable prices so treatments can be made available to all who need them.’

Other tech advancements 

Mr Stevens will also speak of tech advancements which have cut cardiac arrest numbers in half.  

The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust have introduced bedside e-observations which have reduced the number of cardiac arrests by 46 per cent.

Bedside e-observations involve the use of clinical and digital innovation to monitor bedside observations.

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust are also using technology to enhance patient care, by using an e-observation system which Trust’s electronic patient record system, reducing error and the the taken to input patient observations.

It is thought that once the system is fully implemented by early May, it will free up 20,000 hours of nurses’ time per year. 

Electric patient records 

A further technological triumph lies in the  Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, who have reduced the use of paper patient records by 99 per cent since rolling out their electronic patient record in 2014.

This scheme has also saved the Trust around 2,500 inpatient bed days per year by reducing adverse side effects to medication through its e-prescribing and allergy-related prescribing alerts – also speeding up the time it takes to prepare medications for patients. 

Wigan fined for pitch invasion against Manchester City that saw Aguero confronted by fans

  • Wigan have been fined following a pitch invasion against Manchester City
  • They have been forced to pay £12,500 by the FA after accepting the charge
  • Fans encroached on the DW Stadium pitch after the FA Cup tie on February 19
  • Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was confronted during the pitch invasion

Press Association Reporter

Wigan have been fined for the pitch invasion which followed their FA Cup fifth-round victory against Manchester City, the Football Association has announced.

Supporters of the League One club came on to the pitch after their 1-0 win on February 19, with City striker Sergio Aguero being confronted.

Some home fans were also filmed taunting the away end upon the final whistle.

Wigan have been fined for the pitch invasion after the 1-0 FA Cup win over Manchester City

Wigan have been fined for the pitch invasion after the 1-0 FA Cup win over Manchester City

Wigan have been fined for the pitch invasion after the 1-0 FA Cup win over Manchester City

A £12,500 fine was handed to the League One club as a result of the incident on February 19

A £12,500 fine was handed to the League One club as a result of the incident on February 19

A £12,500 fine was handed to the League One club as a result of the incident on February 19

An FA statement read: ‘Wigan Athletic have been fined £12,500 for failing to ensure that no spectators or unauthorised persons encroached onto the pitch at the Emirates FA Cup match against Manchester City on Monday February 19.

‘The club admitted the charge and were sanctioned following an independent regulatory commission hearing.’

The League One side went on to lose 2-0 at home to Southampton in the quarter-finals of the competition. 

They had also beaten Premier League sides Bournemouth and West Ham during the run to the last eight, as part of what has been a season of tangible progression.

Wigan are currently first in League One and have already achieved promotion back to the Championship.

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England to kick-off 2019 World Cup bid against South Africa

May 30: v South Africa, The Oval

June 3: v Pakistan, Trent Bridge

June 8: v Bangladesh, Cardiff

June 14: v Windies, Southampton

June 18: v Afghanistan, Old Trafford 

June 21: v Sri Lanka, Headingley 

June 25: v Australia, Lord’s

June 30: v India, Edgbaston 

July 3: v New Zealand, Durham 

The Most Epic Contractor Story Ever Shows How Rich People Solve Problems

Working as a contractor can be incredibly interesting and exciting, with different locations and workplaces to see, and many interesting people to meet.


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Nobody knows this better than Kevin. Working on a client’s house while the owners are away in Europe, it seems like just another regular day for Kev who has been on the job for quite some time now.

However, this time things turned out to be a little different. “In 35 years nothing like this has ever happened, so I’m on pace for another 35 boring years. I’m very much OK with that,” he explained.

So what happened to Kevin on this particular day? He showed up at the house as usual, however this time there 4 cars were parked in the driveway. Weird right? Weird indeed. And boy, did it escalate from there.

Scroll down the read the story below, and if you have a contractor horror story let us know in the comments!

In his 35 years working as a contractor, Kevin has never experienced anything quite like what happened on this day

Do you have a contractor horror story? Let us know in the comments below!

I Travel Through Europe In Search Of Forgotten Pianos In Abandoned Places

As a professional photographer and pianist from France, I am fortunate to be able to meet the two artistic worlds that are close to my heart: photography and pianos.


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My “Requiem for pianos” series is a proof of my attachment to music and photography, both my passions. Tirelessly practicing Chopin on my grand piano in my house, I am also a photographer who, on one of my urban explorations, captures pictures of this instrument lying there and further intensifying the mystery surrounding the place.

About fifty of my photographs are focused on a central object: the piano; sometimes with some of its keys missing, sometimes completely dismantled but always sitting imposingly.

As a pianist myself, emotion takes over when I discover an abandoned piano. This is the aim of my art: my two passions are then united in one and the same feeling.

To achieve my Requiem pour pianos series, I have explored several countries including France, Italy, Belgium, Ukraine, Germany, and Poland. Through my images, the musical notes of these abandoned pianos reason again in these buildings in ruins, giving free rein to our imagination.

More info: romainthiery.fr