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Virgil van Dijk to undergo surgery on knee injury – Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC can confirm Virgil van Dijk will undergo surgery on the knee injury he sustained during Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Everton.

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Liverpool news & transfers LIVE – Kalidou Koulibaly ‘bid’, Michael Oliver appointment, Diogo Jota hailed – Liverpool Echo

Liverpool transfer news and updates including Kalidou Koulibaly, Diogo Jota, Harry Wilson and more

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Hello and welcome to the Liverpool ECHO’s Friday live blog for all your very latest Liverpool news, rumours and transfer gossip.
The ECHO will provide breaking stories, reaction and comment to all the big talking points from Anfield as well as keeping tabs on transfer market gossip from around the world.
Get involved and send your thoughts to @LivEchoLFC or @CBeesleyEcho.
We’ll have the latest on the weekend’s Premier League fixtures as the Reds are linked again with a bid for Napoli defender…

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England v Barbarians: Robshaw, Wrigglesworth, Maitland, Wray among players stood down – BBC Sport

Chris Robshaw, Richard Wigglesworth, Sean Maitland and Jackson Wray are among 12 Barbarians players stood down from Sunday’s fixture against England after breaking…

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The match was due to be played at Twickenham

Quilter Cup: England v Barbarians
Venue: Twickenham Stadium Date: Sunday, 25 October Kick-off: 14:00 GMT
Coverage: Live text on the BBC Sport website and app; highlights on BBC Two and online from 18:00 GMT.

Chris Robshaw, Richard Wigglesworth, Sean Maitland and Jackson Wray are among 12 Barbarians players stood down from Sunday’s fixture against England after breaking Covid-related rules.
The players left their hotel bubble contrary to team protocols…

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It’s divide and rule as English devolution crumbles where it began: in Manchester – The Guardian

Boris Johnson’s hard man antics will appall all who hoped that Westminster would hand over real power

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And so the grand project of English devolution of actually moving power out of central government to cities and regions ends where it began: in the heart of Manchester.
In the long and bitter history of Westminster and Whitehall failing to value the work of councils in England, 2020 has been the nadir. The year has left councillors of all parties, elected mayors and officials reeling, and their voices, according to Manchester Evening News reporter Jennifer Williams, literally unable to be heard…

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