Charles Reynolds

Charles Reynolds is a freelance writer and journalist specialising in sport and the arts. He writes the Premier League previews for The Independent online and writes regularly for The Sport Review.

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Sami Khedira to Arsenal? Real Madrid player could follow Mesut Ozil to north London amid transfer reports

Real Madrid midfielder could join his Germany teammate at the Emirates

Neymar expresses his emotion after the second round win over Chile

Neymar an injury doubt for Brazil's World Cup quarter-final with Colombia

Neymar could be a doubt for match later this week

Luis Suarez ban: Fifa are 'a bunch of old b******s' says Uruguayan president Jose Mujica

Uruguayan head of state in no mood for forgiveness

The Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro

Southampton transfer news: Could Morgan Schneiderlin be the latest man to join the Saints exodus?

Tottenham and Arsenal reportedly keen on the French midfielder

Robin van Persie scores a header in the Netherlands' 5-1 victory over Spain

Netherlands vs Mexico: Dutch squad promised free trip into space if they win the 2014 World Cup

Louis van Gaal's men are just four wins away from outer space

Bruce Springsteen performing at Hard Rock Calling Day 2 at the Olympic Park

Luis Suarez bite: Bruce Springsteen tells Luis Suarez that 'biting has no place in sports'

'The Boss' has words for the Uruguayan biter

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz looks on from the touchline

World Cup 2014: Carlos Quieroz quits as Iran manager labelling relationship a 'one-sided marriage'

Former Manchester United coach leaves following World Cup exit

Ecuador vs France World Cup team news: Paul Pogba returns with Olivier Giroud and Mathieu Valbuena left out

French make changes to team that steamrollered Switzerland

Luis Suarez bite: 'What incident?' - Uruguay captain Diego Lugano denies bite and slams English press

Centre-back thinks English press should focus on Uruguay's qualification

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A new documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry
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A veteran of the Fifties campaigns is inspiring a new generation of activists
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