News archive from 2 January 2013

Ferguson: Mancini may be right, Van Persie could be the difference in beating City to the title

Read Ian Ladyman's Manchester City v Stoke match report here, and Chris Wheeler's Wigan v Manchester United report here. Sir Alex Ferguson agreed that Robin van Persie could be the difference in the Barclays Premier League title race after watching...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 
Apple store in Paris robbed on New Year's Eve

Apple store in Paris robbed on New Year's Eve

The Apple store near the Paris Opera where the robbery took place on New Year's Eve. Photograph: Remy De La Mauviniere/AP Armed robbers targeted an Apple store in central Paris on New Year's Eve, taking thousands of euros worth of goods, a police...

 
ASTON VILLA DRAW IS TURNING POINT FOR BOSS PAUL LAMBERT

ASTON VILLA DRAW IS TURNING POINT FOR BOSS PAUL LAMBERT

After shipping 15 goals in their last three games and failing to score themselves, Villa managed a 2-2 draw at Swansea, although Danny Graham's injury-time equaliser for the home side still came as a sickening blow. Lambert said: “We have been beaten...

 
HARRY REDKNAPP: FRANK LAMPARD DESERVES A NEW CHELSEA DEAL

HARRY REDKNAPP: FRANK LAMPARD DESERVES A NEW CHELSEA DEAL

Lampard, 34, scored both goals in Chelsea's win at Everton on Sunday, but no talks have taken place and he is expected to be released when his contract expires in the summer. Redknapp takes his Queens Park Rangers side to Stamford Bridge tonight and...

 
Five tips to help keep your New Year resolutions

Five tips to help keep your New Year resolutions

Just one in 11 people manage to keep their New Year resolutions for at least six months, according to new research. And almost four in ten break their resolutions within a fortnight. The study found nearly half say lack of willpower is to blame for...

 
WIGAN 0 - MANCHESTER UNITED 4: VAN-TASY FOOTBALL

WIGAN 0 - MANCHESTER UNITED 4: VAN-TASY FOOTBALL

ROBIN van Persie started the new year like he finished the old one – with a ­masterclass. Van Persie plundered his 18th and 19th goals of the season to hand Sir Alex Ferguson a ­belated birthday present. There is no stopping the flying Dutchman and no...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Interview: Billy Connolly on growing old disgracefully

Interview: Billy Connolly on growing old disgracefully

AT THE age of 70, Billy Connolly has shown few signs of changing his attitude to life. “Growing old disgracefully” has become his motto. And even after a career spanning six decades, he is proud to describe himself as “the baby of it all” when he...

 
MANCHESTER CITY 3 - STOKE 0: SERGIO AGUERO INJURY MARS CITY STROLL TO VICTORY

MANCHESTER CITY 3 - STOKE 0: SERGIO AGUERO INJURY MARS CITY STROLL TO VICTORY

Sergio Aguero will miss Saturday's FA Cup tie against Watford and is a doubt for the Premier League clash at Arsenal a week on Sunday after limping off with a hamstring injury. Aguero and his partner Edin Dzeko had provided Mancini with the perfect...

 
LIVERPOOL DEFENDER DANIEL AGGER OUT TO CURE HIS YEAR ACHE

LIVERPOOL DEFENDER DANIEL AGGER OUT TO CURE HIS YEAR ACHE

DANIEL AGGER admitted Liverpool were just not good enough in 2012. Liverpool won just 12 Premier League games – their worst total for a calendar year – and lost more games (17) than ever before. Ahead of tonight's visit of Sunderland to Anfield,...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Comment: ‘Scottish literature is often overlooked’

Comment: ‘Scottish literature is often overlooked’

NEXT year is certain to be a big year for Scotland - not just at home, but on the world stage. There's the Commonwealth Games, the 700th anniversary of Bannockburn, a second Year of Homecoming, and - of course - that referendum. All are certain to...

 
TAYLOR POWERS TO 16TH TITLE

TAYLOR POWERS TO 16TH TITLE

'The Power' battled back from 2-0 and 4-2 down to prevail 7-4 against the hugely talented 23-year-old, who had triumphed in their two previous meetings but came unstuck as his inexperience in world finals told. "I'm probably the proudest man in...

 
MANCHESTER CITY 3 - STOKE 1: WRITE CITIZENS HOFF AT YOUR PERIL

MANCHESTER CITY 3 - STOKE 1: WRITE CITIZENS HOFF AT YOUR PERIL

THE star of Baywatch was on hand to see ­Manchester City keep their hopes of retaining the ­title afloat at the ­Etihad Stadium. American actor David Hasselhoff took a break from his panto duties in the city to watch Roberto ­Mancini's men overcome a...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
ALAN PARDEW CAN SEE THE LIGHT AT NEWCASTLE

ALAN PARDEW CAN SEE THE LIGHT AT NEWCASTLE

NEWCASTLE boss Alan Pardew insists he can see light at the end of the tunnel. His side have lost eight of their last 10 league games and conceded 11 goals over the festive period. But despite 4-3 and 7-3 defeats at Manchester United and Arsenal,...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Police chief hails ‘fantastic success’ of Edinburgh’s happiest Hogmanay yet

Police chief hails ‘fantastic success’ of Edinburgh’s happiest Hogmanay yet

Organisers of Edinburgh's Hogmanay have praised the "good-natured" crowds who descended on the city centre, as it emerged just a handful of arrests were made and only eight people were taken to hospital. Four were detained – all for “minor...

 
TOTTENHAM 3 - READING 1: AN AFFAIR OF THE HART

TOTTENHAM 3 - READING 1: AN AFFAIR OF THE HART

TOTTENHAM went above ­Chelsea into third as their fans' love affair with Andre Villas-Boas continued to flourish. Bizarrely, a 15-minute appeal by White Hart Lane fans for him to give them a wave was ignored by the Portuguese coach. But seven wins and...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 


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