By Ali Mphaki
Hot on the heels of the launch of the new Vivo Polo enters the new Toyota Yaris, in a bolder, bigger and more modern interpretation. With a total of 1 000 new parts, the sight of the newcomer is likely to bring a cheer on Yaris lovers who will no doubt appreciate the new wide grille and new headlights, which clearly distinguishes the new model from the one its replaces. Most enthusiasts agree that it was time for a revamp of their favourite model, which debuted on South African soil in 2005. Continue reading “New bolder Toyota Yaris breaks ground”
After spending a week in a Portuguese surf town, I decided to go somewhere a bit more exotic. I opened Airbnb, searched “Morocco” and booked a room in a random village I’d never heard of. Continue reading “Why you should visit a surf town even if you don’t surf”
File this one under “studies we would definitely volunteer for:” New research says eating chocolate regularly can actually improve brain function. Continue reading “Chocolate cake for breakfast? Research says it’s good for both your brain and your waistline”
Hugo Lloris’s tendency to make mistakes is a worry for Tottenham but it does not necessarily mean he is not a good goalkeeper, writes Adam Bate.
Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino’s decision to select back-up goalkeeper Michel Vorm ahead of Hugo Lloris for the club’s FA Cup semi-final defeat to Manchester United invited criticism, particularly when the Dutchman was partially culpable for the opening goal. But Lloris’s errors have also seen him under scrutiny this season.
The Spurs captain was questioned at the start of April when he misjudged a cross to allow Alvaro Morata to head home the opening goal for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Lloris was then a little unfortunate in the very next game against Stoke when an attempted clearance ricocheted off opposition striker Mame Biram Diouf to gift him an equalizer.
A representative of Marouane Fellaini is expected in Manchester before the end of the week to continue discussions over a new contract at United, according to Sky sources.
The 30-year-old midfielder was critical of United’s approach to a new deal in a recent interview with a Belgian magazine, and insisted manager Jose Mourinho and his staff all want him to stay at Old Trafford.
Mourinho said on Monday that an agreement was “in place” to extend Fellaini’s deal at the club, which expires at the end of the season, and the midfielder is already looking ahead to next season at the club.