News archive from 2 March 2015

Capital One Cup final defeat is 'the worst feeling in the world', says Harry Kane 

The sight of John Terry lifting the Capital One Cup trophy aloft will spur Harry Kane on, although the Tottenham striker admitted that defeat on Sunday was 'the worst feeling in the world'. The 21-year-old striker was kept quiet by Chelsea at Wembley...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris collects Capital One Cup loser's medal wearing Chelsea scarf  

Tottenham's fans may have been sick of the sight of Chelsea blue after their Capital One Cup final defeat, but their captain didn't appear to be. Spurs lost 2-0 to Jose Mourinho's men at Wembley Stadium, but as Hugo Lloris led his team up to collect...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Maynor Figueroa set to avoid FA ban after horror tackle that left Stephen Ireland with deep gash in leg, to...

Mark Hughes has hit out at what he considers a terrible year of refereeing following Maynor Figueroa’s challenge on Stephen Ireland went unpunished but left him needing a dozen stitches. Stoke’s narrow victory — thanks to Peter Crouch’s header — was...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho kicks off Chelsea Capital One Cup final celebrations by calling his wife to cap a special day

Jose Mourinho won the first trophy of his second spell in charge at Chelsea - then immediately rang his wife at the final whistle to tell her the news. Mourinho completed a special day with a 2-0 Capital One Cup final win over Spurs coming a few hours...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
WATCH: Brother of murdered businessman Charlie Singh makes Crimewatch appeal for help to catch killer

WATCH: Brother of murdered businessman Charlie Singh makes Crimewatch appeal for help to catch killer

The brother of murdered businessman Charlie Singh will today make an emotional nationwide appeal for help to identify his killer. He describes Charlie as ‘the perfect gentleman’ and pleads for those with information to come forward and name the gunman...

 

Destiny's new update looking to bring added stealth combat to Bungie's Crucible

That's according to one Senior Designer at Bungie, who hopes the new Inferno playlist will give players new ways to clash for control of the battle. Bungie have confirmed that Inferno is a game mode coming to the Crucible on March 3 and will start...

 

Like your job? Sex workers find theirs rewarding, a survey has revealed

Do your colleagues annoy you? Does your boss grate on you? Does the familiar sight of your desk and your computer and your telephone fill you with dread? If you're a sex worker, these are problems that are unlikely to bother you. In fact, the level of...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 
Win a limited edition SPAM® breakfast pack

Win a limited edition SPAM® breakfast pack

It's SPAM® Appreciation Week from 2-8 March and to celebrate we're giving you the chance to kick start things in the kitchen by winning one of eight Limited Edition breakfast packs! Made from a minimum of 90% shoulder pork and leg ham, SPAM® Chopped...

 
Seven-figure salaries damage UK firms' reputation, poll suggests

Seven-figure salaries damage UK firms' reputation, poll suggests

Public anger over the size of top executives' salaries is damaging the reputation of UK firms, according to a survey of business leaders. In a poll of more than 1,000 members of the Institute of Directors (IoD), 52% said excessive pay packets were...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Oligarch Mikhail Fridman in row over North Sea deal

Oligarch Mikhail Fridman in row over North Sea deal

The UK government has said it will block the sale of 12 North Sea oil and gas fields to a Russian oligarch. The Department of Energy said it opposed the deal "in its current form". The North Sea assets are owned by German company RWE Dea,...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Can 'flying donkey' drones plug Africa's transport gap?

Can 'flying donkey' drones plug Africa's transport gap?

Africa is a huge continent featuring jungles, mountains, deserts and savannahs, not to mention extremes of weather. Building road and rail networks across this vast and varied land is expensive and difficult. The World Bank estimates that Africa needs...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Argentina's art-loving property multimillionaire

Argentina's art-loving property multimillionaire

One of 13 children, multimillionaire businessman Eduardo Costantini initially tried being a troublemaker to get his busy father to notice him. Born into a middle-class family in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and with a dad who juggled three jobs to support...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 

Garry Monk praises gritty Swansea after grinding out win to climb up to eighth

Swansea City manager Garry Monk has denied abandoning their tradition for playing attractive football as he closes in on Brendan Rodgers and Michael Laudrup to become the club’s most successful Premier League manager. Monk made no apology for...

Daily Mail, 00:18 in Sport
 

Papiss Cisse repays John Carver's faith as instinctive finish earns Newcastle win

How goal-shy Aston Villa and their new boss Tim Sherwood must long for a marksman such as Papiss Cisse. Indeed, with a goal every 84 minutes – the best ratio in the Premier League – every top-flight manager must want for a predator of his potency. For...

Daily Mail, 00:18 in Sport
 

Derek Llambias and Barry Leach set to be sacked from Rangers after Dave King wins battle for control of Ibrox

Mike Ashley’s two remaining Ibrox lieutenants will be hounded out of Rangers as a first priority by new powerbroker Dave King — who has won his battle for control of the club. Chairman David Somers is expected to announce his resignation to the London...

Daily Mail, 00:18 in Sport
 


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