Sven-Goran Eriksson will take over as England manager in July 2001, the FA confirmed today. The Swedish manager agreed a five-year contract with FA chief executive Adam Crozier this morning, and will officially start on July 1, when his contract with Lazio comes to an end. … [Read more...] about FA confirm Eriksson appointment
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My experience has been extremely positive, but there is a chance that Teach First participants are built up to think they are better than they are, when seeking help would benefit them further. A lot of schools expect them to be more than they are; mine didn't see me as anything other than a well qualified trainee. Teach First, along with other changes to the education system, changes the definition of a teacher to an enthusiastic,energetic person, someone for whom teaching becomes their life. A lot of older teachers might feel that the dice are being stacked against them, and I couldn't imagine the job if I had a family. … [Read more...] about Teach First: why does it divide opinion?
"I left United in a bit of a huff, which I regret now. There was probably a bit of the way Sir Alex used to say about going out at the top as well. In that respect I am pleased; even until I was 36, I still managed to play 39 games that year. After captaining the club for five years, I didn't want to become a bit-part player. … [Read more...] about Steve Bruce: Man Utd, captaincy, headers, management and more | Off Script
Warner top-scored with 69 off 38 balls and Ben Cutting registered an unbeaten 39 off 15 in Hyderabad's 208-7 at Bangalore's M Chinnaswamy Stadium. … [Read more...] about On this day in sport: Manchester United win first European Cup, Halladay’s perfect game
The idea that the epidemic is split in three has not been directly expressed before by the Government, although the National Statistician Sir Ian Diamond has suggested to get the R number down 'we need, certainly, to get on top of the epidemic in care homes and in hospitals'. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus ‘R’ rate could be as low as 0.5 outside of hospitals – with the national average inflated by the huge infection rate in medical settings, say SAGE scientists