News archive from 2 September 2015

Deadline Day signing Papy Djilobodji: My message to Chelsea following £2.2m move

Deadline Day signing Papy Djilobodji: My message to Chelsea following £2.2m move

The 26-year-old centre-back has joined Jose Mourinho's outfit from French club Nantes.

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Southampton splash record fee on Virgil van Dijk and keep hold of Victor Wanyama

Southampton splash record fee on Virgil van Dijk and keep hold of Victor Wanyama

Ronald Koeman splashed £11.5m on Dutch centre back van Dijk, 24, who signed a five-year deal from Celtic. Van Dijk takes Saints' summer spending past £35m after signing the likes of midfielder Jordy Clasie, right-back Cedric Soares and Spanish...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Everton splash £12.5m on deadline day as they sign Aaron Lennon and Ramiro Funes Mori

Everton splash £12.5m on deadline day as they sign Aaron Lennon and Ramiro Funes Mori

But the Toffees chief failed to get the No 10 he had been chasing all summer. Funes Mori, 24, put pen to paper on a five-year deal as Everton paid £9.5m to get the defender from River Plate. The Argentina international said: "When I heard about...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Gino Manzares to spend next year in California after being denied visa extension

Gino Manzares to spend next year in California after being denied visa extension

The Ipswich star will have to stay at home next year after being told his visa won't be renewed. Manzares has had a stop-start season and his end of year average is below the cut-off figure to come back next year. He admitted: "I have been having...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
David De Gea transfer shambles brings shame on Real Madrid and Man United

David De Gea transfer shambles brings shame on Real Madrid and Man United

Two of the biggest clubs in world football rowing in public like a pair of old drunks rolling out of the pub at kicking-out time. The likes of Sir Matt Busby and Alfredo Di Stefano, two people who served Manchester United and Real Madrid with such...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Charlie Austin rejected Premier League move to Crystal Palace in favour of QPR stay

Palace made an approach to Austin and QPR on Monday, but the England striker turned down the potential move to Selhurst Park in favour of a season in the Championship, at the end of which he will be a free agent. The only firm bid on the table for...

 

GM embryos: time for ethics debate, say scientists

Leading UK research funders are calling for an urgent national debate on the ethics of genetically modifying human embryos and other tissues to prevent serious diseases. The plea has been prompted by scientists’ rapid progress in developing a powerful...

 

Metal Gear Solid 5: Konami congratulate Hideo Kojima, Phantom Pain micro-pricing revealed

With the Phantom Pain's final development cycle mired in falling-out rumours and reported intrigue on par with the game's storyline, Konami posted a message to the former director of Kojima Productions, thanking him for a job well done....

 

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EUROMILLIONS RESULTS: Euromillions winning numbers for Tuesday, September 1, revealed

EUROMILLIONS RESULTS: Euromillions winning numbers for Tuesday, September 1, revealed

THE Euromillions draw has been made for Tuesday, September 1, 2015 with an estimated jackpot of £10 million. The winning numbers are 6, 19, 21, 27 and 45. The lucky stars are 1 and 8.If you missed it, the numbers for Friday, August 28 were 11, 29, 30,...

 

Genome editing: how to modify genetic faults – and the human germline

What is genome editing? Genome editing is a powerful procedure that has already been a game-changer in helping scientists to understand the roles of genes in health and diseases. It coopts the natural immune defences of bacteria to create what is...

 

Thousands of tenants 'suffering abuse' from private landlords

Thousands of private tenants have suffered abuse at the hands of landlords, including harassment, threats and assaults, which could have resulted in legal action, according to research by Shelter. The housing charity said it had heard from renters...

Guardian, 00:09 in Business
 

NHS workers to be offered health checks and yoga classes

NHS staff are to be offered health checks, yoga and Zumba classes while at work as part of a major drive to improve the wellbeing of the country’s biggest workforce. Health professionals will also be given the option of having a session of...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 
Celtic finally sign Dinamo Zagreb stopper Jozo Simunovic but fail to land striker on deadline day

Celtic finally sign Dinamo Zagreb stopper Jozo Simunovic but fail to land striker on deadline day

CELTIC have finalised the signing of Jozo Simunovic on a five-year deal. The Croatian Under-21 international joins from Dinamo Zagreb for a deal thought be worth around £5m. Manager Ronny Deila was thrilled to finally complete the deal for the...

 
Give a dam about Scotland’s brilliant beavers

Give a dam about Scotland’s brilliant beavers

The RSPB is backing their reintroduction into Scotland in a move which will help rejuvenate tracts of countryside, writes Jane Sears I will never forget the first time I saw a beaver in the wild. I was standing on a pontoon on the edge of a Scottish...

 


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