A Rose by any other Name.

Nothing quite like a splash of colour to brighten up even the smallest of London gardens and nothing quite like a week of all things Chelsea Flower Show to get my inner green fingered goddess twitching at the laptop keys and ordering just one more plant for that non-existent inch of soil that just needs…

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MANCHESTER CITY made history this week by becoming the country’s first men’s team to complete a domestic Treble.

The boys in light blue battered Watford into submission in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday. England and City poster boy Raheem Sterling was superb and almost nicked a hat-trick at the ground a stone’s throw from where he was born. Such is their squad depth Pep Guardiola brought on Kevin De Bruyne…

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MAGNIFICENT Manchester City retained their Premier League title on Sunday when their relentless quest ended with a victorious 4-1 flourish in Brighton.

Pep Guardiola’s men followed up last season’s record breaking 100 points tally with another 98 this campaign and that is unprecedented excellence. City have not dropped a single point since January 29 when they surprisingly lost 2-1 at Newcastle – that’s 14 wins on the spin which is more magnificent than Tormund Giantsbane’s beard. Liverpool…

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IT was the football equivalent of being knocked out by Superman, groggily pulling yourself to your feet while spitting out three teeth then surprisingly landing four, kryptonite blows of your own.

Liverpool beating Barcelona 4-3 on aggregate in the Champions League semi-final was astonishing, bewildering and bloody brilliant. It was supreme dynamism, it was Arya Stark killing the Night King, it was ET going home; it was everything for fans of this great old club. It was a victory in the mirror image of their manager…

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NAUGHTY rivals have likened Tottenham’s new £1billion stadium to possessing more than a passing resemblance to a toilet bowl – so it was pretty apt that Ajax cleaned up at White Hart Lane 2.

The vibrant, young Dutch side showed not just Total Football but Total Domination and Spurs were lucky to get away with just a 1-0 defeat. It was the North Londoners worst performance at home since erm Saturday. Mauricio Pochettino’s men were missing their two best players in the injured Harry Kane and suspended Son Heung-min…

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