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Salford Red Devils suspend Rangi Chase

Rangi Chase looks set to become the next high-profile departure from Salford after the Super League club announced they had suspended him pending an internal disciplinary investigation.

Rangi Chase Credit: PA

The former England stand-off and Super League Man of Steel is thought to have become unsettled at the AJ Bell Stadium and has been left out of the team to play Halifax in the Super 8s on Saturday.

A statement from the club said:

"Red Devils stand-off Rangi Chase has not been considered for selection this week, as he has been suspended pending an internal disciplinary investigation by the club. The club will not be making any further comment on this issue."

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Boy sent home on first day of high school over haircut

Garry sent home over haircut Credit: MEN Syndication

An 11 year old boy from Manchester has been sent home on his first day of high school over a 'severe' Sergio Aguero style haircut. Garry Hill also got into bother over his 'trainer' shoes.

The Manchester City fan was pulled up by a teacher at, Astley Sports College in Dukinfield, about the two shaved lines on his hair - just like the striker. After being told he'd have to go home the boy's dad Garry snr, 45, drove to school and spoke to the headteacher.

“I was told the haircut was unacceptable. I said I would take him home and shave out the lines. But then I was told his shoes were unacceptable. I told them I had bought them from Trespass from their back-to-school range.”

Garry with his dad and 'trainer' shoes Credit: MEN Syndication

Headteacher, Eamonn Murphy told the MEN: “These are the rules and parents know them.”

The school’s website makes it clear hair with ‘steps’ or ‘tramlines’ aren’t acceptable and nor are black shoes with velcro straps instead of laces.

Hackers take down GMP website

The Greater Manchester Police website has been shut down following a cyber attack. It was only out of action for around 30 minutes last night before it was back up an running. Then site then went down a second time and a Twitter user from Lithuania has claimed responsibility.

GMP website last night

Deputy Chief Constable Ian Hopkins confirmed the attack to the MEN and described it as ‘an act of internet vandalism’

A group from Lithuania claimed responsibility and also tweeted about a number of other sites they allegedly took down.

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