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Jamie Carragher - Jude Bellingham - Thierry Henry - Micah Richards - Jamie Carragher serenades Jude Bellingham with 'Hey Jude' as Liverpool links heat up - dailystar.co.uk - Germany
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Jamie Carragher serenades Jude Bellingham with 'Hey Jude' as Liverpool links heat up
Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards after they serenaded him with a - questionable - rendition of 'Hey Jude'.The England midfielder, 19, starred yet again for Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday (October 11), netting his fourth goal in as many games in the competition as they drew 1-1 with Sevilla.His fine run of form was acknowledged by CBS Sports pundits Carragher and Richards, who broke out into song with The Beatles' iconic 1968 tune, which just so happens to fit Bellingham's name.READ MORE: What Kylian Mbappe has said about Liverpool as Reds emerge as PSG star's only optionWhile neither of their vocals were anywhere near on point, Bellingham dished out praise to Carragher. He was less complimentary of Richards, though.After seeing the clip on Twitter, he replied: "Top @Carra23, @MicahRichards need a bit more." Bellingham added three laughing faces and a clapping emoji to the end of this tweet to express his amusement.In contrast, Thierry Henry had looked less than impressed with his colleagues as he stared on from across the studio, while presenter Kate Abdo did her best to continue like a pro.Which club do you think Bellingham should join? Let us know in the comments section.Bellingham's performances in Germany are only heightening talk of him moving to Liverpool next summer, with Reds fans hopeful legend Carragher can play his part.
Sky News - Coleen Rooney - Jamie Carragher - Liam Gallagher - Noel Gallagher - Royal Family - the late queen Elizabeth - Noel Gallagher makes brutal dig at royal family as he praises 'real monarchy' - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Manchester
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Noel Gallagher makes brutal dig at royal family as he praises 'real monarchy'
Noel Gallagher doesn't appear to be a fan of The Royal Family as he made a subtle dig at them during a homecoming gig.The former Oasis star took to the stage in Manchester at the Football For Change dinner surrounded by celebs including Coleen Rooney and former footballer, Jamie Carragher.Just days after the world came together for the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth, Noel threw shade at the British monarchy.READ MORE: Liam Gallagher plans epic Caribbean 50th birthday party - but Noel won't be thereThis however isn't the first time Noel has commented on the royals – in June, he expressed his frustration after discovering several members of staff took time off for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.At the time, he said: "Now, its appeal is dwindling, like religion."While performing on Thursday (September 22), the Longsight-born musician said: "Is anyone here from Manchester?"This is for the real Royal Family," before performing the 1994 Oasis song, Half The World Away, reports The Mirror.The song became the soundtrack for the BBC comedy series The Royle Family which entertained millions of viewers between 1998 and 2012.It comes after Noel revealed that the late David Bowie had inspired him to "put himself out there" with his music as part of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.Speaking to Sky News, he stated that Bowie has perhaps "one of the most interesting stories in all of music."He went on to say: "My relationship's purely through the music, really."I didn't really know him that well, I was first aware of him in the '80s, doing Let's Dance and all that, and then going back, when I was getting more into music, going back in time."I'm a big fan.
David Moyes - Joe Willock - Jamie Carragher - Gary Neville - Jarrod Bowen - Ranking the 10 worst ever VAR calls in Premier League after West Ham and Newcastle farce - dailystar.co.uk
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Ranking the 10 worst ever VAR calls in Premier League after West Ham and Newcastle farce
Premier League has never been more fierce following blunders that cost both Newcastle and West Ham - because they are not the first and won't be the last monumental mistakes.With Eddie Howe's missing out on all three points after the extra official failed to spot an obvious push on Joe Willock, David Moyes was left seething after Jarrod Bowen's boot brushing past Edouard Mendy was deemed to be a foul.Even fans that backed the use of the technology on it's introduction have been left disillusioned over how it has been used in practise. READ MORE: Fans rage over Premier League VAR calls with 'meaningless gesture' slammedWith the latest blunders being recognised as errors by the Professional Game Match Officials Board, the future of VAR could well be adapted with talks with the Premier League now underway.As well as the Newcastle and West Ham debacles, there have been countless incidents of VAR calls taking an age before coming to the wrong decision.Daily Star Sport has now taken a look at 10 of the most controversial uses of the Video Assistant Referee in the Premier League since it's 2019/20 arrival.In at number 10 we have VAR's failure to recommend a red card be shown to Everton's Ben Godfrey during their trip to take on Arsenal in December of 2021.The 24-year-old's studs clearly made contact with the face of Gunners star Takehiro Tomiyasu moments after the central defender had looked at his rival before turning away.Mike Dean may have had VAR Stuart Attwell in his ear, but it was quickly dismissed with Gary Neville later saying of himself and Jamie Carragher: "We think he definitely means that."Fulham thought they had an equaliser against Tottenham during their March 2021 clash at Craven Cottage but it was ruled out for
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