Jose Bosingwa

'Harry Redknapp is confused, it could be age': Jose Bosingwa responds to criticism by his former manager

Jose Bosingwa has responded to his former manager Harry Redknapp's criticisms of him by claiming the veteran coach is "confused" and accusing him of "thinking he is Alex Ferguson".

Harry Redknapp faces a challenge in getting QPR back to the Premier League

Harry Redknapp is 'confused' and 'thinks he is Alex Ferguson' according to Jose Bosingwa

Redknapp has been heavily critical of the former QPR defender

Jennifer Saunders isn't too pleased with the BBC

Jennifer Saunders attacks BBC: 'It's an executive-run place for idiots'

The creator of Absolutely Fabulous is sick of the Corporation's red tape

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David Moyes insists new Sir Alex Ferguson book and theatre tour will not be a distraction for Manchester United

The retired manager is set to reveal some secrets from his time at Old Trafford

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Ledley: A King denied his chance to reign

Likened as a boy to Bobby Moore, former Tottenham defender is not bitter despite injury-hit career

Paperback review: The Pike - Gabriele D'Annunzio, By Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Hughes-Hallett’s long-listing for the Samuel Johnson non-fiction prize is well deserved, not just because of her illumination of an extraordinarily awful yet fascinating character, but also because of the way she does it.

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Is Morrissey’s autobiography a book that will never come out?

Singer announces 11th-hour split from publishers – despite no evidence the book was anywhere near finished

Munier's Dancing Cranes is influenced by Japanese art and photography and likes to work in wild, snowy locations

Photography book review: The Masters of Nature Photography

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Invisible Ink: No 188 - EC Bentley

Books are often dedicated to other writers. Recently this column looked at Edward Phillips Oppenheim, a dedicatee of P G Wodehouse. Here's another: G K Chesteron's novel about anarchist terrorism, The Man Who Was Thursday, is dedicated to E C Bentley, born in 1875. The pair had met as schoolboys at St Paul's and became fast friends. Bentley went to Oxford, but left law studies to become a journalist, in which profession he continued for most of his life.

Anchorman's Ron Burgundy will release an 'autobiography' in November

Anchorman's Ron Burgundy to release 'autobiography'

Will Ferrell's most famous character promises to 'tell all' about his life so far

Jonah Lomu in 2011, just weeks after he suffered a major renal failure

New Zealand rugby legend Jonah Lomu reveals he nearly died just hours after the featuring in the 2011 World Cup opening ceremony

The giant wing has suffered from a rare kidney illness since 1995 and after having a transplant in 2004, nearly died having suffered a serious renal failure

Book review: Bolívar: American Liberator, By Marie Arana

An admirable biography that strips away myth to reveal a Venezuelan rebel with a cause

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Highland terriers steal the show at opening ceremony

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