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to celebrate g perhaps to celebrate properly against west ham and it would have gotten started nice and early if he kept his header down. the worries that they had been this season, the no prep —— more pressing goalkeeper are able to continue. one of his first contributions was to launch downfield a ball that would eventually find its way into felipe anderson and a lighter effort might have soften the blow. the next contribution, a badly misjudged in this paste pask. one that they take full advantage of and one burning with the finish of bromelain. west ham had not spoil the move, squeezing in an equaliser but wait the ar again called and a final judgement. the sheffield united celebrations before kick—off and will continue long after it tonight. 18 months ago bobby madley was one
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of england's top referees. a recognisable face in a premier league football ground, he was living out his dream. then, after sending a video to a friend mocking a disabled person, he was sacked, destroying his career and his reputation. now trying to rebuild his life in norway, he's been speaking to the bbc about how he's come to terms with what happened. and embarrassed of myself now. embarrassed and this is not an embarrassment because i got caught. now i look and think ok, i did not have social media, i have a social media account now and very very conscious of everything that i put on there. everywhere they put on there, everything i like on there because i am now knowing that anything taken because i am now knowing that anything ta ken out because i am now knowing that anything taken out of context can reflect on me as a person. i cannot apologise for it enough. i let myself down and let a lot of people
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down. put people under stress which i should not have done. and the effect on my family is notjust tap on me personally but for a lot of people so not a good decision there. i still struggle sleeping and to be honest it is like anything else, nothing in terms of my life has changed. i have gone 18 months without employment and that is tough. to live in norway and within set for six months you have to have a job to get here. so i got a job in a job to get here. so i got a job in a barso a job to get here. so i got a job in abarsoi a job to get here. so i got a job in a bar so i could say that i had a job for a little bit. i know... got me an opportunity to start speaking to people again and i love the premier league and people come in to look at the ball and look at the guy behind the bhullar. it was all right and not embarrassing. i think it is the right time for my own mental health and i am still struggling
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there. i have a good family around me here and an incredible family in england and really supportive brother. but i put that in the sense that promoted to the premier league it is and my face all the time and i am so it is and my face all the time and i am so proud of them for what he has achieved as an individual but again it is not something i can walk away from. it is a massive part of my life so i cannot dismiss it and walk away. i am celebrating his achievements, he is on the international list as well which is incredible. i told international list as well which is incredible. itold him international list as well which is incredible. i told him that is costly because i still that feeling of that is what i had. and one decision from me and my former employers means i do not have that 110w. employers means i do not have that now. that is tough to come to terms with. and if you want to hear more from bobby madley, you can watch the full interview with mark clemmit in football focus on bbc one from midday tomorrow. sale sharks can no longer progress from their european champions cup
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pool after defeat to la rochelle in france this evening. sale were in the lead at half time, but la rochelle changed the game in the second half and tries from geoffrey doumayrou and gregory alldritt giving them a comfortable lead. sales task become a lot harder when valeri morozov was sent off making contact with an opponents head with his shoulder. the game finished 30—23 to la rochelle. elsewhere harlequins beat bath 25—19. time now for some of friday's other sports news and for the fourth time in five months, liverpool'sjurgen klopp has been named premier league manager of the month. his right back trent alexander arnold won the player of the month for december. rafa nadal has helped spain to the semi finals of the inaugural atp cup in sydney. having lost his singles match, nadal and his partner pablo carreno busta won their doubles rubber to set up a semi final against hosts australia. serbia play russia
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in the other semi. two—time london marathon winner wilson kipsang has been provisionally suspended for doping violations. he's been sanctioned for not informing testing authorities of his whereabouts and for tampering with samples. he denies any wrong—doing. gb boxing today officially launched the olympic boxing qualifying tournament, that will be staged in london's copper box arena. around a50 boxers from 50 european countries are set to take part. caroline dubois will be one of them and the bbc‘s young sports personality of the year has been speaking to our olympic sports reporter david mcdaid about her hopes for 2020. caroline is the use of olympic champion. two years ago a highlight ofan champion. two years ago a highlight of an impressive career. champion. two years ago a highlight of an impressive careerlj champion. two years ago a highlight of an impressive career. i had 40 fights in 40 wins. i won four times
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a champion, world champion and obviously i am doing good to not have been beaten before and i know because of that it has given me the feeling i did not want to get beat stoplight she has her sights trained oi'i stoplight she has her sights trained on senior stoplight she has her sights trained 011 senior success stoplight she has her sights trained on senior success and she now has a surprised chance to make the summer's tokyo olympics. the qualifying in london has only come about after the last year qualifiers we re about after the last year qualifiers were postponed allowing the teenager time to become old enough fight. i was thinking really in the long term but because of what has happened, it is really good and the fact that no one had been allowed to qualify last year has been a blessing in disguise really and for those that are younger and just coming through, it is made for us, really. she has yet to ta ke is made for us, really. she has yet to take on seasoned opposition and knows her perfect record to date will count for nothing come qualifiers. apt to think about what i have done in the past and what i have achieved and step up against seniors who will be older than me
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and more experience possibly and have more fights and maybe box at their level and coming have more fights and maybe box at theirleveland coming up have more fights and maybe box at their level and coming up against girls who have gone to the olympics and stepping up with them, and bring the best game that i can. nevertheless she is widely tipped to bea nevertheless she is widely tipped to be a success and she backs her self as well. biggest challenge for me will be myself, the fight against myself, and being able to step up and be mature enough to get into the ring. there will be loads of people there and if i can get in the ring and out of the ring, knowing i gave 100% and a note there will be no one who can beat me. sunday sees the start of the masters snooker at alexandra palace. but one man who won't be there is seven times winner ronnie o'sullivan he's giving it a miss this year. barry hearn — the man who runs the sport — believes it's a decision o'sullivan will regret. geniuses are not normal people and he is definitely not a normal
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person. but, because ess fabulous record at the monasteries, he does not have to travel very far. it is his home tournament. they will be disappointed he is not there and they are decisions we have all made and our lives and probably look around or into the future and thought i should not have done that. it isa thought i should not have done that. it is a waste and we are all on this earth for a short amount of time and you have to maximise. it is a sad loss for the masters, no way about it. there are lots of other great players in this event. stephane peterhansel won the sixth stage of the dakar rally as his mini team—mate carlos sainz retained the overall lead. the frenchman finished one minute 35 seconds ahead of the spaniard sainz. with defending champion nasser al attiyah back in third. sainz increases his lead to nearly eight minutes. tomorrow is a rest day. and finallyjurgen klopp
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and jose mourinho will lock horns again on the touchline tomorrow as liverpool take their unbeaten record to tottenham hotspur. neither manager enjoyed a glittering playing career, which got klopp thinking earlier today. in this case i am not sure if he was better off the ball than i was but the good news is we do not play. does anyone know whatjose mourinho played? do does anyone know whatjose mourinho played 7 do not does anyone know whatjose mourinho played? do not blame me if he did not know it. does anyone know the position ofjose mourinho? i think he was a goalkeeper. i want to know it now, google it! we have time. and? sorryjose. there is more on the liverpool totte n ha m there is more on the liverpool tottenham build—up on the bbc sport website. that's all from sportsday. thanks for watching, goodbye.
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hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are the the political writer & academic, maya goodfellow and political commentator and former tory adviser, jo—anne nadler. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. as always we have stopped them and expect them up to give you a flavour. the queen has been treated ‘shoddily‘ by the duke and duchess of sussex — that's according to a poll carried out by the daily mail. the mirror says the queen is fighting to end the harry and meghan crisis. a similar photo on the sun — it says her majesty looked grim—faced during a drive at sandringham earlier today.
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the express says she's ready to offer her grandson a deal that would let him continue to receive royal funding. meghan is pictured on the front of the times with one of her close friends — it says that palace aides deny that the sussexes are being driven out of the royal family. presenter samira ahmed is on the front of the guardian, after winning her equal pay case against the bbc. the i has a report on what it's calling a boost for arms manufacturers, amid the fresh tensions in the middle east. and the daily star says obsessive compulsive disorder was causing birds of a feather star, linda robson, to take four baths a day. towards the end there, but for a few of the different ones by going into the weekend, we are seeing a lot about harry and meghan markle and
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starting with the daily mail, they have a pull theory over them. starting with the daily mail, they have a pull theory over themlj think they have really been treating this story with great deal of thoroughness during the course of the week perhaps not surprisingly and they have done a pull over the last couple of days with a thousand adults and i think in the context of the week, the headline is perhaps, perhaps an the week and the newspaper, the headline is not surprising and if you look inside at various details, what it really shows is that the majority of people who responded to the poll feel very strongly that the queen has been badly treated by the royal couple, that it badly treated by the royal couple, thatitis badly treated by the royal couple, that it is very difficult for them to try to have their cake and eat it to try to have their cake and eat it to be both in and out of the royal family. and it seems to be quite a lot of irritation with them. i think
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it is marked and such a part to make short period of time that they have gone from really incredibly popular to invest poll is an accurate reflection of how the whole nation feels, to being pretty unpopular and certainly in the eye of the storm. what stood out to you because they do have lots of bit from the poll questions and what jumped do have lots of bit from the poll questions and whatjumped out at you? i think one of the things, whatever you think of this whole story in terms of the ends and outs of how it has happened, one of the things i find... i am not a royalist so things i find... i am not a royalist so this is not something i find massively interesting but in terms of the poll, i found it kind of upsetting or interesting that when people were asked who made the decision and who is really driving this, 4% of people said it was harry and 44 say it was megan and 39% say it was both equally and part of the
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response to this has been, at least in some sections of the press, and ongoing attack of meghan markle and i think the reasons for this statement and for the departure from the royal family as a lot of things and feeding into that i would imagine but one certainly i think will be the vitriolic that we are seeing directed to our from sections of the media and the fact that we even had a statement issued where he said that some of the reporting is u na cce pta ble said that some of the reporting is unacceptable and doing things like some colonists talking about the exotic dna she would inject into the royal family. some of the language around here is what i would call it racist and the way she has been treated by the press is appalling so who knows how the decision was made but the fact that people think it is
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megan and the red response to some of this, i found it a reflection of maybe some of the reasons to them making the decision in the first place.. this making the decision in the first place. . this was making the decision in the first place.. this was referencing the ratings of the individual royals and meghan comes very low down, doesn't she. it is a reversal of fortune if i could put it that way because she was, i think, i could put it that way because she was, ithink, hugely i could put it that way because she was, i think, hugely welcomed i could put it that way because she was, ithink, hugely welcomed by i could put it that way because she was, i think, hugely welcomed by not only the royal family but really by the british public and i think we we re very the british public and i think we were very excited to have someone of her panache coming and potentially to bring a whole new angle into what it means... a breath of fresh air. to bea it means... a breath of fresh air. to be a modern royal and i think what this poll reflects, i did not really, i hear what you are saying about perhaps some of the treatment she has had but i think many

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