News archive from 1 March 2016

Ronny Deila: I was wrong over Dedryck Boyata red

Ronny Deila: I was wrong over Dedryck Boyata red

Celtic to appeal against defender’s dismissal Ronny Deila, the Celtic manager, yesterday admitted that he had changed his mind about the red card issued to one of his defenders, Dedryck Boyata, in their match against Hamilton Academical on Friday...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Birmingham hit back in row over trouble at QPR

Birmingham hit back in row over trouble at QPR

Birmingham City have criticised Queens Park Rangers and the Metropolitan police after the West Midlands club’s fans were blamed for disturbances at Loftus Road on Saturday. Birmingham issued a statement expressing “extreme disappointment” after police...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Brighton pile pressure on Steve Evans

Brighton pile pressure on Steve Evans

Brighton & Hove Albion 4 Leeds United 0 A dismantling of Leeds United confirmed that Brighton & Hove Albion’s challenge is gathering momentum again. Yet while Chris Hughton’s side moved to within two points of the top, the manner of their win...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Rashford’s old club in United plea

Rashford’s old club in United plea

Fletcher Moss Rangers, the club where Marcus Rashford and Danny Welbeck first played football, have pleaded with Manchester United to save them from extinction. Rashford — whose weekly wage is to be increased by United from £1,500 to more than...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
‘Creatine could have contributed to Lomu’s death’

‘Creatine could have contributed to Lomu’s death’

Joeli Vidiri, the former New Zealand wing, has claimed that Jonah Lomu’s use of creatine could have contributed to his health problems and his death in November at the age of 40. Lomu and Vidiri, who were team-mates for the Blues in Auckland and,...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Leicester fringe players ready to star for the leaders

Leicester fringe players ready to star for the leaders

Leonardo Ulloa (forward) The Argentinian showed his worth on Saturday, coming on to score the late winner against Norwich City. Has been relegated to the bench for much of this season because of the form of Jamie Vardy and Shinji Okazaki, but his...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Apple backed by judge in new iPhone access fight

Apple backed by judge in new iPhone access fight

A judge in the United States has ruled that Apple cannot be forced to give the FBI access to a locked iPhone in a case that echoes an ongoing legal battle. The judge in Brooklyn denied a motion by the US Justice Department to get Apple to unlock a...

BBC, 00:00 in World News
 
I had to talk trainer into Saúl Álvarez bout, admits Amir Khan

I had to talk trainer into Saúl Álvarez bout, admits Amir Khan

Amir Khan has admitted that he had to convince his trainer that he should step up two weights to challenge Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez for the WBC middleweight title. Yesterday, Khan and Álvarez were at a hotel on the banks of the Thames to promote the...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Team news: Tuesday’s Premier League action

Team news: Tuesday’s Premier League action

Aston Villa v Everton Jordan Ayew, the forward, returns after a ban for Villa. Arouna Koné is available for Everton after illness. Possible line-ups Aston Villa (4-3-1-2): M Bunn — A Hutton, J Okore, J Lescott, A Cissokho — L Bacuna, I Gueye, A...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Carrick left in the dark over United future

Carrick left in the dark over United future

Michael Carrick, the Manchester United vice-captain, is yet to be offered a new contract and does not know if he will be at Old Trafford next season. Carrick, who joined United in 2006 from Tottenham Hotspur, is the second longest-serving player in...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 
Henderson urges Liverpool to give Flanagan a new contract

Henderson urges Liverpool to give Flanagan a new contract

Jordan Henderson wants Jon Flanagan’s future to be resolved, to prevent the homegrown defender from leaving Liverpool when his contract expires at the end of this season. Flanagan’s current one-year deal ends in June and talks over a new agreement...

The Times, 23:59 in Sport
 

PS4 free games UPDATE: Sony's PlayStation Plus changes

Fans have less than day to grab the PlayStation Plus games for February before they are switched with the March selection tomorrow. The PlayStation Store usually refreshes on the first Tuesday of the month, although it is unlikely to come into force...

 

Want to lose weight FAST? Just turn off the lights!

A new study has discovered dining in the dark could help you shift stubborn pounds - or consume nine per cent less calories with every meal. Whether a person dims the lights or wears a blindfold, this style of dining prevents the part of digestion...

 
England will not get a better chance of grand-slam success

England will not get a better chance of grand-slam success

Team will be motivated by debacle in World Cup when they come to face Wales at Twickenham a week on Saturday After a 13-year drought, England are now motoring confidently towards a grand slam and they should get there because there cannot be many...

The Times, 00:04 in Sport
 

Could THIS breakthrough pave way for anti-ageing cosmetics and cancer fighting drugs?

The team from Newcastle University said for the first time they had identified that the activity of a key enzyme in human skin declines with age. This means, according to the study, that there is now a specific target for developing tailored...

 


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