Nike, Top Shop, Lacoste and more on SALES 24/7

By Merche Diaz

For your own benefit and your wardrobe’s, we have the perfect solution to get all your summer vibes on!

Our latest discovery on shopping -this time online-, is this little, wonderful page which came to us by chance as a little miracle: ‘Sales Gossip‘.

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Homepage of Sales Gossip -this greatness speaks for itself

As Millennials, people start considering more seriously how and on what should their money be spent on. Whether is better to buy cheap stuff as you go, or wait longer and bit more painfully to save up and renew the wardrobe every season when sales are on.

Well, now thanks to the amazing invention of Internet, online shopping had made things much more flexible. So people get to plan their shopping schedule without necessarily depending on the fashion world’s own agenda. Plus, without being afraid to buy something that will turn out to be very different to what you thought you bought when it arrives to your door.

‘Sales Gossip’ offers a wide variety of world-wide, high-name brands that everyone at some point had wish to had but that aren’t really affordable.

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Brands and sales’ examples of what the page offers

Nothing to be ashamed for, money is hard to earn and easy to spend. But at least now everyone has got a fair chance to get what they want from brands they know they can trust and even better, show off about!

Simply search on the main page for the brands you like or according to what you are looking for, such: trainers, dresses or bags; and after choosing the brand, the next page will tell you where to find the sales, outlet or respective section with the sales they have got to offer.

Happy e-shopping!

Images provided in this story are screenshots from the home page of ‘Sales Gossip’, and the ‘All Shops‘ at the men section, and all credits goes to the store.

 

Images taken from brands mentioned

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Weekend Sporting Round-up

By Sam Bulcock

The Big Story

Foxes Five Points From Destiny

Leicester City need a maximum of five points from their remaining three games to be crowned English champions after thrashing Swansea City 4-0 on Sunday. Claudio Ranieri’s men proved they could cope comfortably without top scorer Jamie Vardy as they moved eight points clear at the top of the table.

The win was not the only success for the Foxes on Sunday either, as later in the evening Riyad Mahrez was won the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year award. The Algerian international scored his seventeenth league goal against Swansea to go with his eleven assists for the season.

The award caps a remarkable year for the 25-year-old who joined the midlands club in 2014 from French side Le Harve for around half a million pounds.

Despite predictions they would struggle without Vardy, Leicester were never really troubled once Mahrez gave them a tenth minute lead. Two goals from Leonardo Ulloa either side of half-time sealed the win before Mark Albrighton added a gloss to the score line late on.

Leicester fans may well be celebrating as early as Sunday should Tottenham fail to beat West Brom and the Foxes then beat Manchester United at Old Trafford.

United And Palace Book Final Spots

The 135th FA Cup Final will be contested by Manchester United and Crystal Palace after both sides won their semi-finals over the weekend.

Saturday evening saw United book their place first after Anthony Martial scored in injury time winner to see off Everton. Marouane Fellaini had given the Manchester club a first-half lead but a Chris Smalling own goal let the Merseysider’s back in.

The game appeared set for extra time before Martial found space and fired home a dramatic winner with the last significant kick of the match.

Palace meanwhile had a somewhat more comfortable passage, beating Watford 2-1 on Sunday. Alan Pardew’s men led early thanks to Yannick Bolasie’s header but Watford captain Troy Deeney equalised from a corner in the second-half.

Unlike United, however, Palace didn’t leave it late as Connor Wickham nodded in soon after to seal a famous win.

Paris v London For European Glory

The final of rugby union’s top European competition will be between Saracens and Racing 92 after both clubs progressed over the weekend.

Saracens held off fellow English club Wasps to secure a second appearance in the final in three years while French club Racing 92 scraped past Leicester on Sunday.

Neither side has won the competition before and will seek to break their respective ducks in Lyon on the 14th May.

And Finally

Kenya enjoyed double success in the London Marathon as Jemima Sumgong and Eliud Kipchoge won the women’s and men’s elite races respectively. Sumgong recovered from a nasty fall to win the race for the first time.

Kipchoge won for the second straight year and finished just seven seconds slower than the world record time for the distance.

Nearly 40,000 runners set off to complete the 26.2-mile course across the capital.

 

Featured image by admin PFA under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic the title is Riyad Mahrez the Men’s PFA Players 2016 and can be found here.

Syrian basketball team in Germany to play for charity event

By Merche Diaz

Enjoy our intro of Souriana basketball team, their special guest pro player Michael Madanly (top Syrian national player) against ‘All Stars Dusseldorf’ team, as a charity event to support their cause, which is represent Syria (and Syrian refugees) and to deliver the real, positive spirit of their people by doing what they are best at: basketball.

The game will take place on the Saturday 30th at 20:00 in Dusseldorf city.

Photos and video made by Merche Diaz including featured image.

Microsoft to stop producing Xbox 360

By Vicki Evans

On the ten year, I know ten years, of making the Xbox 360 Microsoft has announced that they will no longer be producing the console.

Last year it was announced that the Xbox One is going to be constable with Xbox 360; so the console being discounted  will still mean that the 4,000 360 games are still able to be played.

Xbox Live and all other online features will still continue to work on the old machines and the hardware will still be supported through the sport services.

Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, said: “The console became a beloved gaming and entertainment hub with over 78 billion gaming hours played, nearly 486 billion Gamerscore on 27 billion achievements and over 25 billion hours spent in apps over its lifetime.”

An end of an era or the Microsoft trying to focus on one console at a time.  However is making everyone convert to Xbox One a really good idea or a way to up sales on the next gen consoles.

Might be a time to start calling next gen current gen?

Image sourced under Creative Commons licence: Feature image source

Weekend Sporting Round-up

 

By Sam Bulcock

Weekend Sporting Round-up

The Big Story

Late Show From Leicester

Leicester City had to rely on a last minute penalty from Leonardo Ulloa to grab a point against West Ham in a highly controversial match on Sunday afternoon. Referee Jon Moss stole the post-match headlines after a series of contentious decisions that left both sides feeling aggrieved.

Leicester had taken a first-half lead when Jamie Vardy fired passed Adrian in the West Ham goal for his 22nd goal of the season. Vardy was then at the centre of the games first major talking point when he was given a second yellow card after being adjudged to have dived looking for a penalty.

Moss then endeared himself to the home crowd further still when he awarded a penalty for the visitors after Wes Morgan was penalised for pulling down Winston Reid. Andy Carroll blasted the Hammers level before Aaron Cresswell gave them the lead two minutes later with a glorious volley.

Moss wasn’t done there though awarding another penalty, this time for Leicester in the final seconds which Ulloa gratefully slotted home.

The Foxes are now eight points clear of Tottenham at the top of the table who travel to Stoke on Monday night.

Villa’s Fate Finally Confirmed

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Aston Villa’s defeat to Manchester United on Saturday confirmed their relegation to the second tier of English football for the first time since 1987. Marcus Rashford scored the only goal for United who still harbour hopes of finishing in the top four.

Villa will now look to rebuild in the Championship under a new management team with David Moyes and Nigel Pearson the current frontrunners for the job.

Rampant Rosberg Remains Perfect

Nico Rosberg won his third race in a row at the Chinese Grand Prix to maintain his 100% start to the 2016 Formula 1 season. The German was in control for the majority of the race and now holds a 36-point lead at the top of the drivers’ standings.

Lewis Hamilton, who started from the back of the grid after engine trouble in qualifying, battled through the field to eventually finish seventh but already faces an uphill struggle to win a third successive title.

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel finished second with Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat taking the final podium spot.

And Finally

England cricket captain Alastair Cook found himself the subject of an unusual debate over the weekend after landing himself in trouble over his choice of helmet. Cook was spoken to by officials from the England and Wales Cricket Board after failing to comply with new regulations.

The new regulations were brought in after high profile injuries to Craig Kieswetter and Stuart Broad. Cook did change his helmet on Monday but got little use out of it as he was dismissed for just 1 batting for Essex in their County Championship match with Sussex.

 

Featured image by Egghead06 under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic the title is West Ham United v Leicester City December 2014 Kick- off and can be found here.