Klopp’s men return to winning ways



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Second half goals from Trent Alexander Arnold and Sadio Mane secured Liverpool a well-deserved victory over Tottenham Hotspur.

The Reds’ title defence had been left in tatters following a five-game winless run where they had scored just one goal, but they put that right against a team they have enjoyed beating in recent years.

A 482-minute goal drought was ended by Roberto Firmino on the stroke of half-time, with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Sadio Mane bagging after the break to make it seven successive wins against Spurs.

𝐁𝐈𝐆. 𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐅𝐎𝐑𝐌𝐀𝐍𝐂𝐄. 💪🔴

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 28, 2021

The win, a first since December 19, takes the Jurgen Klopp’s team back into the top four, four points behind leaders Manchester City, who have a game in hand.

It was a painful night for Jose Mourinho’s side, who got back into the

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Two men are arrested for attack on private investigator Jack Palladino

Two men have been arrested in connection to the attempted robbery and attack on prominent private detective Jack Palladino, as his family says his life support has been switched off and he’s not expected to survive more than a few days.

On Sunday city officials announced Tyjone Flournoy, 23, and Lawrence Thomas, 24, had been arrested for the Thursday attack where they tried to pull an expensive camera from Palladino’s neck after he left his home.

Palladino fell in the struggle and suffered a ‘traumatic head injury’ after his head hit the pavement. His stepson Nick Chapman said he’s ‘not expected to survive’ after undergoing surgery to stop the bleeding. 

The detective may have inadvertently helped detectives, after he snapped pictures of the suspects trying to steal the camera.

Palladino is famous for taking on a slew of celebrity and political cases. He was hired by Bill Clinton in 1992

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Influencer Bretman Rock says separate clothing for men and women ‘shouldn’t even really be a thing’

  • Bretman Rock told Insider on Tuesday that he wants to make an impact on the fashion industry.
  • He believes gender-specific clothing shouldn’t “be a thing.”
  • Rock also talked about his fashion inspiration and partnership with the shopping app Klarna.

Bretman Rock is known around the world as a beauty influencer and social-media star – and now he’s ready to shake up the fashion world.

Speaking with Insider on Tuesday, Rock said he began shifting his focus away from the beauty industry – and its surplus of drama – in 2020. In doing so, according to the influencer, he’s been able to focus more on fashion, partnering with Stella McCartney, Paco Rabanne, and the shopping app Klarna within the past year.

In the future, however, Rock wants to take things even further.

“I really wanna switch up the gender labels of freakin’ fashion,” he told Insider.



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The Arab Fashion Council To Premiere Its Inaugural Fashion Week For Men This January

The Arab Fashion Council is partnering with Facebook to feature the Middle East’s first men’s fashion week January 28 – 30th. After this premier, Arab Men’s Fashion Week will take place twice a year each January and June to coincide with the menswear fashion week calendar.

“As the only official fashion week established within the region, The Arab Fashion Council is thrilled to launch Arab Fashion Week- Men’s and to begin a new journey to shape the future of the emerging menswear market across the Arab world both by nurturing the creativity of regional designers and, through our continued support to international designers wishing to explore opportunities within the region,” said Jacob Abrian, Founder

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