October 23, 2021
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first_imgNorthern Foods’ bakery division has seen solid seasonal demand over Christmas, according to its interim statement for the 13 weeks ended 27 December 2008. Underlying revenue was up 1.9%, with average prices increasing by 2%. Its Fox’s brand is still benefiting from the ‘Vinnie’ advertising campaign and the firm also noted a good performance for its own-label and Matthew Walker puddings. The third quarter also saw the launch of the firm’s branded ‘Scrummie’ range of puddings. In bakery, year to date underlying revenue grew by 4.6%.Within its chilled division, Northern Foods has responded to the current financial climate with new value ranges, including chilled pizza, value sandwiches and salads launched during the third quarter. Underlying revenue rose 5.3%.Stefan Barden, Chief Executive of Northern Foods, said: “Our key Christmas trading period has been delivered effectively and we continue to respond to the recessionary environment with new value ranges alongside our traditional premium products.”Group underlying sales for the third quarter rose 3%.last_img read more

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first_imgMauricio Pochettino asked about the performances of Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen after Champions League draw with Olympiacos 🎂 Atleti Family, be sure to wish @trippier2 a happy birthday! 😉🎉 The Englishman turns 29 today! 🎁😀 Have a great one, Kieran! 🙌🏼#AúpaAtleti pic.twitter.com/PJFxzX8Ii7— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) September 19, 2019 SPURS fans regretted letting Kieran Trippier go as the Atletico Madrid defender starred against Juventus last night.The right-back, 29 today, put in a fine display to keep Cristiano Ronaldo off the scoresheet – and then set up the late equaliser.3 Kieran Trippier put in a strong performance for Atletico Madrid against Juventus, setting up the late equaliserCredit: Getty Images – GettyTrippier was a constant threat down the Atletico right, with Diego Simeone using him almost as a winger and a full-back with Koke drifting infield.The result was seven chances created – more than any other player in the Champions League this week – and six crosses from open play.But crucially the most important of his 96 touches was the corner in the 90th minute which Hector Herrera headed past Wojciech Szczesny to rescue Atleti a point from 2-0 down.And it left Tottenham fans questioning why the club did not hold on to the England man, especially with Serge Aurier and Juan Foyth unavailable to take on Olympiakos.Trippier insists he was pushed out by manager Mauricio Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy before Poch hit back that before signing, the full-back was a second-division player.Some supporters on Twitter could not resist blaming Juventus’ goals on the former Burnley man but one wrote: “Trippier having a masterclass in the big league. And we sold this man smh.”Another said: “Trippier had one bad season like a lot of players do. People gave him s***! Trippier was a good player and would still be better then aurier and KWP.”A third tweeted: “We’re playing a centre-back, who’s not even that good at centre-back, at right-back. You, as they say, love to see it.”And a final fan fumed: “Trippier pocketing Ronaldo whilst we have to witness Sanchez get spun round like a yo-yo at every given opportunity.”3 Ex-Spurs man Trippier managed to keep Cristiano Ronaldo off the scoresheet in a Champions League matchCredit: AFP or Licensors3 Trippier, left, was acting like a winger against Juventus while Davinson Sanchez, right, played a more reserved roleCredit: Opta Meanwhile, we’re playing a centre-back, who’s not even that good at centre-back, at right-back. You, as they say, love to see it. https://t.co/iWh7k3Gzq4— Joe Lewis’ Yacht Collection (@bankruptspurs) September 19, 2019center_img Latest Champions League newsREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’CITY SITUATIONChampions Lg & Europa Lg to be played in ONE host city from quarters onwardREDS TEST2005 Champions League final quiz – How well do you remember Istanbul 15 years on?CRYING SHAMEPoch couldn’t stop crying after CL final as he talks for first time since axeEUR JOKINGCity, Chelsea & Man U’s dreams in jeopardy as govt impose quarantine on arrivalsRevealedLUK RAN OUTLukaku says he will NEVER forgive Chelsea flop AVB for 2012 Champ League axeRevealedRUSSIAN ROULETTEMan Utd’s 2008 Champions League Moscow heroes and where they are nowSpurs also drew 2-2 in their opening Champions League game of the season – but unlike Atletico they squandered a 2-0 lead.Davinson Sanchez was deployed at right-back but put in just two crosses and created one chance.He was slightly more solid defensively with two tackles to Trippier’s one and, unlike his former team-mate, made one block.Trippier having a masterclass in the big league. And we sold this man smh pic.twitter.com/7fFoyZWZjg— rat a tat tat (@THFCgod) September 19, 2019 Trippier pocketing Ronaldo whilst we have to witness Sanchez get spun round like a yo-yo at every given oppotunity. https://t.co/ea8mkrCDqt— Hotspur Edition (@HotspurEdition) September 18, 2019last_img read more

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first_imgThis weekend, Greek Bilingual Bookshop is hosting an exhibition of bilingual books in Greek and English on various subjects.The bookshop teams up with Militos Publishers, to present some exceptional books about Greece, Cyprus and the Islands as well as Asia Minor and Byzantium, historical, geographical books, rare collectables, art and photography books.The last day of the exhibition is Saturday, from 10 am to 5 pm. For those who visit the exhibition, they will have the chance to enter a competition to win a book pack of assorted books in Greek and English.Also on display will be a large array of Greek films including documentaries and children movies. When: Saturday 27 July, from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm Where: Greek Bilingual Bookshop, 837 New Canterbury Rd, Dulwich Hill, Sydney (opposite the 7-11 at Hurlstone Park) For more information, contact 9559 4424 Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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