News archive from 2 April 2015

Liverpool "line up SHOCK transfer of Everton hero Gerard Deulofeu'

Liverpool are lining up a shock deal to sign Barcelona wonderkid Gerard Deulofeu at the end of the season. Deulofeu, who is currently on-loan at Sevilla, is set to be sold in the summer when he returns to the Nou Camp. And reports in Spain say...

Metro, 00:12 in Sport
 

Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao wanted by River Plate as vice president admits club dreams of...

River Plate are keen to sign Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao but admit a deal is complicated. The Colombia forward spent eight years with the Argentine side before leaving for Porto in 2009 and River Plate are open to Falcao returning. During...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 

Stop IRA songs! FA must crack down on chants before England friendly in Dublin

As England’s supporters settled in for a few pints at the Huntsman pub in the centre of Turin on Tuesday afternoon, a sizeable number spilled on to the street outside to sing the latest anti-IRA song. ‘**** the IRA,’ it goes - and it really does go...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 

Tracey Neville was capped by England at 19 just like brothers Gary and Phil... but she is the first in the...

Tracey Neville would say she has never lived in the shadow of her footballing brothers. She might not have enjoyed their fame or their financial success. At the peak of her career as an England netball player who won bronze medals at the Commonwealth...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 
Albion Rovers boss Darren Young doesn't want to rely on league title favours

Albion Rovers boss Darren Young doesn't want to rely on league title favours

DARREN YOUNG insists he doesn’t want Albion Rovers relying on favours from other teams during the title run-in. But the Cliftonhill player/manager was grateful for Berwick Rangers preventing championship rivals Queen’s Park from significantly cutting...

 
Scottish Amateur Cup: Replay date for Gartcosh United and Broomhouse after draw

Scottish Amateur Cup: Replay date for Gartcosh United and Broomhouse after draw

DAVID QUATE insists Gartcosh United should have no fear in this Saturday’s Scottish Amateur Cup replay at Broomhouse. The Caledonian League clubs will do it all over again for a place in the semi-finals following a goalless draw at the weekend. United...

 
Airdrieonians manager Gary Bollan praises squad stars for making step up

Airdrieonians manager Gary Bollan praises squad stars for making step up

GARY BOLLAN says his brilliant back-ups have given him a selection headache after Airdrieonians maintained their play-off push. A goal in each half from top scorer Bryan Prunty helped the Diamonds to a 2-1 win over Stenhousemuir at the weekend. It's...

 

Google patents system that could one day download the personality of a celebrity or even a deceased loved...

Google has developed a system to allow robots to download new personalities online. The system would allow machines to download them in a similar way to an app - and even have a different personality for each user. The patent says that the personality...

 

Internet Explorer is dead: Microsoft unveils first test version of Project Spartan browser

Microsoft has released the first version of its much anticipated replacement for Internet Explorer. Called Project Spartan it is part of Windows 10, the firm's next generation operating system set for release this summer. It promises a faster browser,...

 
Germanwings killer co-pilot cheated on his pregnant girlfriend before horror crash

Germanwings killer co-pilot cheated on his pregnant girlfriend before horror crash

He told pregnant Kathrin Goldbach, 26, he had played away with a flight attendant, according to German media. Weeks later he steered the Airbus A320 into French mountains at 430mph, killing 149 passengers. It was also reported that Goldbach, a...

 
The great Egg-scape: Bye-bye Britain as people flee bank holiday washout

The great Egg-scape: Bye-bye Britain as people flee bank holiday washout

Swarms of families are set to cause transport chaos as they hit the roads, railways and airports in heavy rain, howling winds and even snow today. Travel association ABTA said Spain will be the most popular foreign destination, where thermometers will...

 
Mike Holpin dismissed by friends who say 40 children tally is a 'ridiculous boast'

Mike Holpin dismissed by friends who say 40 children tally is a 'ridiculous boast'

Brazen Mike Holpin, 46, was shot down by friends who dismissed his disgraceful tally as a “ridiculous boast”. One of the reformed alcoholic's buddies, who asked not to be named, claimed he had padded out the figure by including his ex's stepchildren....

 
Did one of the world's richest men die after sex game went wrong?

Did one of the world's richest men die after sex game went wrong?

Andrew Getty was found naked from the waist down and bleeding from his lower body. Police said he had suffered a “blunt force trauma” and are investigating the theory he died while performing a sex act.

 
Eco Attractions reveal that 35% of youngsters have never splashed in puddles

Eco Attractions reveal that 35% of youngsters have never splashed in puddles

A study found two-thirds had never made the wild flower chain and more than 40% had not squelched around in the mud. Building a den, paddling in the river and skimming stones have also fallen by the wayside. According to the report by Eco Attractions,...

 
Crowdfunding neighbour helps war hero who lost leg in FREAK accident with a bouncy castle

Crowdfunding neighbour helps war hero who lost leg in FREAK accident with a bouncy castle

Former Royal Marine Stuart James, 51, escaped after HMS Ardent was bombarded by Argentine forces with the loss of 22 lives. But his lower right leg was crushed by a ladder when he fell off while setting up the bouncy castle for a kids' party.

 


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