Former Netherlands and Barcelona coach Raymond Verheijen slammed the 'over-training' of the striker
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You run for US vice-president, and end up as the subject of a remarkably sympathetic docu-drama
Tom Ford's cinematic love letter to the Sixties, starring Colin Firth as a bereaved, gay Englishman in LA, hits the spot as a highbrow weepie
Slight, but it's perfectly formed
Dystopian Breakdown, Part I. An epidemic of blindness grips a city population, and its first victims are herded into a ramshackle facility under guard.
In an echo of the film Jurassic Park, DNA from an extinct animal has been re-activated in the laboratory for the first time.