News archive from 2 March 2012

What a Bute! Froch secures world title showdown in Nottingham

What a Bute! Froch secures world title showdown in Nottingham

Carl Froch returns to hometown Nottingham for the first time in three years to challenge for the IBF super middleweight title. The 34-year-old faces the unbeaten Lucian Bute at the Capital FM Arena on May 26. It will be the first time Froch has fought...

Daily Mail, 22:04 in Sport
 

U.S. court approves warrantless searches of cell phones

Officers in Indiana found a number of cell phones at the scene of a drug bust, and searched each phone for its telephone number. Having the numbers allowed the government to subpoena the owners' call histories, linking them to the drug-selling...

 

LivingSocial to launch its first credit card

The card, with no annual fee, will be offered with Chase, part of JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N), and Visa Inc (V.N) to all LivingSocial's U.S. subscribers, he told Reuters in an interview. Card holders who make 10 purchases a month with the card...

 
He's done it! Comedian John Bishop completes the second leg of his 'Week Of Hell' charity triathlon

He's done it! Comedian John Bishop completes the second leg of his 'Week Of Hell' charity triathlon

'CHRISDJMOYLES stint has come to an end and Frank Skinner takes over. John really hobbling now and still 8 miles to go. #BishopsHell.' He also had to have a pit stop just five miles before he neared the end of the route. The comedian had to lay down...

 
Iran religious, political hardliners face off in vote

Iran religious, political hardliners face off in vote

The election will by the first since the country's disputed presidential election in 2009, when bloody opposition and pro-democracy protests were stamped out by security forces. This time round, reformist groups have said they will boycott voting,...

 
Lukaku adds to Chelsea crisis as £18m striker ponders Fulham switch

Lukaku adds to Chelsea crisis as £18m striker ponders Fulham switch

Bolton boss Owen Coyle believes his relationship with Villas-Boas could count in his favour, though Fulham's interest is backed by their close proximity to Stamford Bridge. Reflecting on the uncertainty over his future, Lukaku, who went on as a...

Daily Mail, 23:40 in Sport
 
The defiance of Coyle: I have become a better manager and this club will soon be the best it's ever been...

The defiance of Coyle: I have become a better manager and this club will soon be the best it's ever been...

Coyle is the footballer who never wanted to grow up. He misses so badly a playing career that stretched beyond his 40th birthday that he still wears his shorts on the touchline. A self-confessed football obsessive, Coyle has never drunk, sleeps just...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
TITLE WOULD CAP IT ALL FOR TOM CLEVERLEY

TITLE WOULD CAP IT ALL FOR TOM CLEVERLEY

TOM CLEVERLEY says the title would make up for the embarrassment of slipping up against City in the Manchester derby 6-1. He also hopes that United’s run-in will provide him with the platform to gatecrash England’s Euro 2012 squad and end a season...

 
BOBBY MONCUR’S PLEA OVER DERBY

BOBBY MONCUR’S PLEA OVER DERBY

HE remains one of the most revered names on both sides of the Tyne-Wear divide, but Bobby Moncur says enough is enough. Moncur, who skippered both Newcastle United and Sunderland, has watched the derby descend from relatively friendly rivalry to a...

 
ANDY MURRAY HIT BY KNEE PROBLEM

ANDY MURRAY HIT BY KNEE PROBLEM

ANDY MURRAY is hoping intense physio will get him in shape for a rerun of his titanic Australian Open tussle with Novak Djokovic today. Murray needed seven match points and complained about a leg injury as he eventually overpowered Tomas Berdych...

 
UNLUCKY COURTNEY LAWES SENT TO SHIN BIN

UNLUCKY COURTNEY LAWES SENT TO SHIN BIN

COURTNEY LAWES is out of the Six Nations after being told he needs to see a specialist over a painful shin condition Lawes, who had only just returned to the England squad following a knee problem, has been advised to rest the injury, which flared...

 
A TOP TRAINER BUT STUART LANCASTER'S NO SHOO-IN

A TOP TRAINER BUT STUART LANCASTER'S NO SHOO-IN

EVEN two more Six Nations victories against France and Ireland, even retaining the Championship, would not guarantee Stuart Lancaster’s transformation from interim to permanent England head coach. The RFU’s new chief executive Ian Ritchie made his...

 
NOTHING FOR A PAIR, NOT IN THIS GAME

NOTHING FOR A PAIR, NOT IN THIS GAME

TWO of Britain’s best medal hopes for the London Olympics are having to face up to the fact they might always be second-best. Rowers Andy Hodge and Pete Reed have been chasing the unstoppable New Zealand pair of Hamish Bond and Eric Murray for...

 
MUM’S THE WORD TO KILL THE MYTHS

MUM’S THE WORD TO KILL THE MYTHS

FANNY BLANKERS-KOEN was the surprise heroine of London’s Olympics in 1948 when she confounded the chauvinist myth about motherhood and medals. Administrators, including Games founder Pierre de Coubertin, wanted to exclude women from “inelegant...

 
DAVID LUIZ: DO AS YOU'RE TOLD!

DAVID LUIZ: DO AS YOU'RE TOLD!

DAVID LUIZ last night told Chelsea’s rebels: Stop your moaning and start doing as you’re told. Under-fire boss Andre Villas-Boas has fallen out with a host of his stars this season and admitted some of his squad aren’t fully behind him and his...

Daily Star, 00:11 in Sport
 


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