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The English Game’s few charms lie in the background, not centre stage | Jonathan Wilson | Football

Edward Holcroft as Arthur Kinnaird in playing action during The English Game

You can see how The English Game must have sounded in conception. It’s the birth of football. It’s toffs against proles, the rivalry of one of the great aristocrats of the early game, Lord Arthur Kinnaird, and the Glaswegian stonemason who was the first great professional, Fergus Suter. It’s about …

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Background Location Access To Require Google Play Approval

Background Location Access To Require Google Play Approval

There’s quite a few new features coming in Android 11 and one of them is is a new approval system that developers will have to comply with, as it will require approval from Google Play to grant access to background location. Starting in April when things begin, any apps that …

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How to Play YouTube Videos in the Background on Your Phone for Free

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Do you wish to play YouTube videos in the background on your phone without paying the subscription fee for YouTube Premium? Well, the official YouTube app for both Android and iOS doesn’t allow this but there is a quick workaround to get this done. Playing videos in the background is …

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