Monthly Archives for July, 2019



State of the Premier League championship race

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With no European prizes left to chase this season, England's top clubs are focussed on winning the Premier League title, although that goal looks beyond all but Chelsea.

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Arsenal and Liverpool, both in the top five with eight matches left, have the added incentive of trying to win the FA Cup but leaders Chelsea, champions Manchester City and a rejuvenated Continue reading the story "State of the Premier League championship race"

State of the Bundesliga championship race

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With eight games left to play defending champions Bayern Munich are 10 points clear at the top and with just two defeats and on track to celebrate a 25th German title and their 24th Bundesliga crown, since the top league's introduction in 1963.

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Coach Pep Guardiola's team has shown superb consistency despite struggling with a long injury list that has Continue reading the story "State of the Bundesliga championship race"

State of the La Liga championship race

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Leaders Barcelona have a four-point advantage over second-placed Real Madrid with 10 games left and are well placed to secure their fifth La Liga title in seven years.

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Luis Enrique's side have what looks on paper to be a slightly trickier run-in, with trips to champions Atletico Madrid, who are fourth, and fifth-placed Sevilla and a home game against third-placed Continue reading the story "State of the La Liga championship race"

Taiwan’s indoor LED-lit farms

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Chang Chen-kai is part of Taiwan's new generation of high-tech farmers that is harnessing the island's technological edge in light-emitting diodes to grow vegetables indoors under bright LED lights.

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Chang works in an air-conditioned "grow-room" at a plant factory operated by ARWIN, a biotechnology company, where plants grow in nutrient-filled water instead of soil and the temperature and humidity are Continue reading the story "Taiwan’s indoor LED-lit farms"

Dyke’s reform could work if clubs are brave enough – Wenger

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Dyke has proposed changes to the home grown player rule in English football to help more "top quality" players break through.

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He wants the minimum number of home grown players in a club's first team squad of 25 to be increased from eight to 12, phased in over four years from 2016.

Frenchman Wenger, who has been working in England since Continue reading the story "Dyke’s reform could work if clubs are brave enough – Wenger"