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Pep Guardiola warns stars ‘you have to be careful’ on social media after burglary at Jack Grealish mansion | UK News

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said footballers should not post too much on social media after a burglary at Jack Grealish’s home.

Thieves raided the 28-year-old England star’s Cheshire mansion as he was in action for the Premier League title holders at Everton’s Goodison Park in Liverpool on Wednesday night.

Members of Grealish‘s family and his fiancee Sasha Attwood were at the property at the time when they heard a disturbance and raised the alarm, The Sun reported.

Nobody was harmed but £1m worth of jewellery and watches was reportedly stolen.

It is the latest in a string of raids on the homes of wealthy footballers, including former Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo, who was attacked during a burglary at his home in December 2021.

Manchester City's Jack Grealish during the English Premier League soccer match between Everton and Manchester City at Goodison Park stadium in Liverpool, England, Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2023. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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Jack Grealish’s home was raided on Wednesday

Chelsea star Raheem Sterling, former Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and ex-Manchester United players Paul Pogba and Angel Di Maria, have also been targeted.

Guardiola said: “They have security but unfortunately it’s happened. It’s happened many times.

“United players as well. I don’t know much about London but it’s happened (there), and not just in the UK – I know in Catalonia, where my family lives, many things happen.

“Today you have to be careful, definitely. Not much on social media – the less they know what you are doing the better. People are waiting (to see) where you are, what you are doing.

“Unfortunately it’s happened with Joao, which was so scary because the family was attacked.

“Jewellery, money, whatever – it’s tough – and the family being there is difficult to process. It’s tough for Jack, as it was with Joao before.”

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Guardiola said Grealish didn’t train on Thursday ahead of his side’s home game against Sheffield United on Saturday, adding: “He was with the family.”

Grealish helped City to a 3-1 win before he was informed of the raid on his home on Wednesday.

Police said officers, supported by dogs and a helicopter, searched the area around the property near Knutsford but there was no trace of the suspects.

Eddie Izzard says ‘trans rights are human rights. End of story’ as she stars in Doctor Jekyll remake | Ents & Arts News

Eddie Izzard says the majority of people she meets on the streets are “positive” and “accepting” of her as a transgender woman.

The comedian and actor, who also goes by the name Suzy, first came out as trans back in 1985.

Now, nearly 40 years later, Eddie is taking on her first lead trans role in Hammer horror Doctor Jekyll.

But while society may be in a very different place to the turbulent mid-80s, with much more understanding around LGBTQ+ issues, Eddie says it’s not all plain sailing.

“The world is more accepting. The extreme right is not more accepting. The extreme right is setting up culture wars. But most people in the streets… they’re saying, ‘Good for you, be your authentic self. I think you’re looking great,’ and hopefully I’m looking okay.”

She says the majority of people display a “live and let live” attitude, recognising it as an “honest” expression of “what’s inside”.

She goes on: “And we’re talking about mental health and the wellbeing of people, societies, our communities, our country, our continent, our world. Surely this has got to be better than where the right wing are saying, ‘No, set women’s rights against trans rights. Have them fight now’?

“No, women’s rights are human rights and trans rights are human rights. End of story.”

Eddie is taking on her first lead trans role in Hammer horror Doctor Jekyll.
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Izzard stars as trans woman Doctor Jekyll

With trans issues a hot-button topic right now, they are conversations Eddie is likely to have with potential voters – as aside from performing and extreme sports, Eddie is also politically active.

She is standing to be Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion (she was unsuccessful last year in her bid to become Labour’s candidate for Sheffield Central).

She remains clear that the overall message on the street is one of support: “There are some people who are hateful, some people are transphobic, but they are a minority and maybe things are spiking at the moment, but we will pass through this time and then we will get to better times in the future.”

A sign of such change, with trans issues starting to make their way into mainstream media, is the 61-year-old’s latest project – a retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, in which Dr Jekyll is a trans woman.

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Directed by Joe Stephenson, Eddie says it was an open-gender casting and both men and women were seen for the part.

And while it was a challenge playing two roles in one, she says the fact that scientist Nina Jekyll was trans was incidental to the role.

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“As an acting role it’s fantastic because hopefully, as people are watching the scenes, they can’t quite tell who is controlling this trans woman, which way she going. But the fact that she’s trans, it doesn’t matter. It’s just happens to be there.”

Now, in the 21st century, we should be beyond lazy stereotyping, Izzard says, citing LGBTQ casting as a case in point.

“[Often] if you’re a gay character, you’ve got to have a gay problem. With a lesbian, have a lesbian problem. No, you don’t have to do that. Just have a life because we’re all living lives, we’re all real people.”

Doctor Jekyll is in cinemas now.

Eddie Izzard says ‘trans rights are human rights. End of story’ as he stars in Doctor Jekyll remake | Ents & Arts News

Eddie Izzard says the majority of people she meets on the streets are “positive” and “accepting” of her as a transgender woman.

The comedian and actor, who also goes by the name Suzy, first came out as trans back in 1985.

Now, nearly 40 years later, Eddie is taking on her first lead trans role in Hammer horror Doctor Jekyll.

But while society may be in a very different place to the turbulent mid-80s, with much more understanding around LGBTQ+ issues, Eddie says it’s not all plain sailing.

“The world is more accepting. The extreme right is not more accepting. The extreme right is setting up culture wars. But most people in the streets… they’re saying, ‘Good for you, be your authentic self. I think you’re looking great,’ and hopefully I’m looking okay.”

She says the majority of people display a “live and let live” attitude, recognising it as an “honest” expression of “what’s inside”.

She goes on: “And we’re talking about mental health and the wellbeing of people, societies, our communities, our country, our continent, our world. Surely this has got to be better than where the right wing are saying, ‘No, set women’s rights against trans rights. Have them fight now’?

“No, women’s rights are human rights and trans rights are human rights. End of story.”

Eddie is taking on her first lead trans role in Hammer horror Doctor Jekyll.
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Izzard stars as trans woman Doctor Jekyll

With trans issues a hot-button topic right now, they are conversations Eddie is likely to have with potential voters – as aside from performing and extreme sports, Eddie is also politically active.

She is standing to be Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion (she was unsuccessful last year in her bid to become Labour’s candidate for Sheffield Central).

She remains clear that the overall message on the street is one of support: “There are some people who are hateful, some people are transphobic, but they are a minority and maybe things are spiking at the moment, but we will pass through this time and then we will get to better times in the future.”

A sign of such change, with trans issues starting to make their way into mainstream media, is the 61-year-old’s latest project – a retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, in which Dr Jekyll is a trans woman.

Click to subscribe to Backstage wherever you get your podcasts

Directed by Joe Stephenson, Eddie says it was an open-gender casting and both men and women were seen for the part.

And while it was a challenge playing two roles in one, she says the fact that scientist Nina Jekyll was trans was incidental to the role.

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“As an acting role it’s fantastic because hopefully, as people are watching the scenes, they can’t quite tell who is controlling this trans woman, which way she going. But the fact that she’s trans, it doesn’t matter. It’s just happens to be there.”

Now, in the 21st century, we should be beyond lazy stereotyping, Izzard says, citing LGBTQ casting as a case in point.

“[Often] if you’re a gay character, you’ve got to have a gay problem. With a lesbian, have a lesbian problem. No, you don’t have to do that. Just have a life because we’re all living lives, we’re all real people.”

Doctor Jekyll is in cinemas now.

‘Reach for the stars’: British scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock honoured with her own Barbie doll | Science & Tech News

A British scientist known for her work with the largest space telescope ever made has been honoured with her own Barbie doll.

Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock has been immortalised as a one-of-a-kind plastic toy in her likeness in recognition of her achievements making space and science accessible to girls.

The 54-year-old, recently appointed chancellor of the University of Leicester, is a former British Science Association president and the first black woman to win gold at the Physics News Awards.

She is best known for presenting the BBC’s The Sky At Night.

Her doll, made by toy firm Mattel, wears an appropriately starry dress and comes with a telescope accessory – referencing her work with the James Webb Space Telescope.

The telescope – a successor to the Hubble – was a joint venture between various space agencies and scientists, and launched into space in December 2021.

Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock with her Barbie doll
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Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock with her Barbie doll

Dr Aderin-Pocock was gifted the Barbie to mark International Women’s Day and British Science Week.

“Since falling in love with the idea of space travel as a young girl, I have spent my career trying to show girls how fascinating space science can be,” she said.

“I want to inspire the next generation of scientists, and especially girls, and let them know that Stem (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) is for them.”

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Dr Aderin-Pocock’s Barbie, which is not going on sale, is one of seven custom dolls Mattel has created to celebrate women blazing trails in the Stem subjects.

The others include YouTube boss Susan Wojcicki and German marine researcher Dr Antje Boetius.

Dr Aderin-Pocock hopes the expanded range of Barbie dolls will help “smash stereotypes”.

“When I was little, Barbie didn’t look like me, so to have one created in my likeness is mind-boggling,” she said.

“It’s such an honour to receive this doll that is celebrating my achievements… My daughter and I danced around the living room when we heard!”

She added: “I hope my doll will remind girls that, when you reach for the stars, anything is possible.”

Wakanda Forever: Stars of Black Panther sequel say they hope actor Chadwick Boseman ‘would be proud’ | Ents & Arts News

After feeling “completely deflated” by Chadwick Boseman’s death, Lupita Nyong’o and Letitia Wright – who star in the Black Panther sequel Wakanda Forever – have said they hope “he would be proud” of the new movie.

Two years on from Boseman’s death from colon cancer, aged just 43, the absence of King T’Challa himself on the black carpet at the London premiere was acutely felt as fans and photographers saw the stars out in force in Leicester Square.

Wright, who returns as Shuri, King T’Challa’s sister, told Sky News that he was at the forefront of everyone’s thoughts throughout the shoot.

(left to right) Martin Freeman, Florence Kasumba, Danai Gurira , Letitia Wright, Ryan Coogler, Lupita Nyong'o and Tenoch Huerta at premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in Leicester Square
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(L-R) Martin Freeman, Florence Kasumba, Danai Gurira , Letitia Wright, Ryan Coogler, Lupita Nyong’o and Tenoch Huerta at the London premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

She said: “I lost my brother, so for me, the most important thing was about thinking why? Why are we moving forward? What would he have wanted?

“And I feel very strongly under the guidance of our director that he would be proud of this. He would have wanted to see the next generation motivated and inspired, that’s what we’re trying to do.”

Nyong’o, who plays King T’Challa’s former lover Nakia, admitted returning to the set was hard.

“At the beginning, when Chadwick died, I was just completely deflated and I had no idea how we could come back to Wakanda.”

Crediting the sensitive way in which director Ryan Coogler takes the story forward, she said “[he] pivoted the story to embrace that loss, he made it about exploring grief and how we move on from tragedy”.

A new addition to the franchise, I May Destroy You actress Michaela Coel, said she was a huge fan of the original and “the passion it ignited” in her.

Chadwick Boseman (left) played T'Challa in the Black Panther film and Ryan Coogler (right)
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(L-R) Chadwick Boseman played T’Challa in the 2018 Black Panther film, with director Ryan Coogler

She told Sky News: “I was giving cuddles, handing out tissues and making people laugh where I could.”

Joining the franchise as Aneka, a captain and combat instructor, she also credited filmmaker Coogler and his co-writer Joe Robert Cole in how they incorporated the great loss that everyone felt.

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Coel said: “A lot of women carry the heart of this movie but it’s written by two incredible men.

“What really blows my mind is how they were able to take their grief, process it and funnel it into a script that we could feel and understand…. it’s incredible and so respectful.”

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is in cinemas from 11 November.

Pablo Mari: Arsenal stars honour stabbed teammate – as his on-loan club say he faces months out of action | World News

Arsenal players have honoured teammate Pablo Mari after he was stabbed in Italy, as his on-loan club revealed he has been released from hospital but faces months out of action.

The 29-year-old defender, who is on loan at Italian side Monza, was among five people stabbed by a knife-wielding man at a shopping centre in Assago, on the outskirts of Milan, on Thursday evening.

One man died in the incident and Mari has told how he was “lucky” to survive.

Arsenal players held up a shirt featuring Mari’s name and shirt number 22 after taking the lead in their 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

The Spanish footballer avoided life-threatening injuries after being stabbed but needed surgery on his back.

A 46-year-old man was arrested over the incident.

In a statement on Sunday, Monza said Mari has now been released from hospital but would need “a period of absolute rest” and is expected to be out for two to three months.

The club said their players will warm up for their home match against Bologna on Monday wearing special shirts dedicated to Mari, with his name on the back and a message on the front saying “come back soon Pablo”.

There will also be a minute’s silence before kick-off in memory of Luis Fernando Ruggieri, the supermarket employee who was killed in the attack.

View of the supermarket at a shopping centre where several people were injured, including Monza's football player Pablo Mari, after a stabbing incident in Assago, near Milan, Italy
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Five people were stabbed at a shopping centre in Assago

The Italian league rejected Monza’s request for the match to be postponed.

Monza coach Raffaele Palladino said it had been a “very emotional” week.

“It was a horrible week but also beautiful because what happened to Pablo is a miracle, that it wasn’t more serious,” he added.

“We realised it could have been a lot worse and we understood that it was our duty to play, to go out on the field and give everything, especially for Pablo.”

Mari thanked well-wishers on social media on Friday, posting a picture of himself in a hospital bed alongside his wife.

He wrote: “After the hard moment we experienced yesterday, both my family and I want to communicate that fortunately we are all fine despite the circumstances, and we want to say thanks for all the messages of support and affection that we are receiving.”

Gary Lineker says he knows two gay Premier League stars and hopes they will come out at Qatar World Cup | UK News

Gary Lineker has claimed he knows two gay Premier League footballers and said it would be “amazing” if they chose to come out during the Qatar World Cup to send a strong message to the host nation, where homosexuality remains a crime.

The former England striker and TV presenter told the Daily Mirror the players had been “very close” to coming out before now.

“It would be great if one or two of them came out during the World Cup. It would be amazing,” he said.

“I know for a fact that some have been very close and contemplated it. There’s a couple I know, but obviously it’s not for me to say who they are.”

The tournament kicks off on 20 November in Qatar – a nation where same-sex sexual activity is punishable by seven years in jail, or even death by stoning for Muslim men under Sharia law.

On Thursday, Qatar’s World Cup chief Nasser Al Khater sought to give assurances to LGBTQ+ fans that they would be welcomed at the tournament

While Qatar is not prepared to change anti-LGBTQ+ laws to respond to concerns of visiting fans, he has insisted none will be discriminated against during the 29-day tournament and that gay fans will be allowed to hold hands.

“All we ask is for people to be respectful of the culture,” Mr Al Khater said.

“At the end of the day, as long as you don’t do anything that harms other people, if you’re not destroying public property, as long as you’re behaving in a way that’s not harmful, then everybody’s welcome and you have nothing to worry about.”

Although Mr Al Khater has said fans can display rainbow flags, he said “it’s a FIFA matter” whether approval is given for Harry Kane, the England captain, and Gareth Bale, his Welsh counterpart, to wear multicoloured “One Love” armbands that highlight discrimination.

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Lineker’s comments come after he was found to have breached BBC impartiality rules over a remark he made about the Conservative Party having Russian donors.

The Match of the Day presenter shared an article about Liz Truss, then foreign secretary, urging Premier League teams to boycott the Champions League final in Russia, with the comment: “And her party will hand back their donations from Russian donors?”

The former footballer said his tweet was prompted by an article on football, and it was intended as a comment on the sport rather than on politics.

However, the BBC said it has upheld a reader complaint made about his tweet from 23 February, and that the finding has been reported to the management of BBC Sport and discussed with Lineker.