News archive from 2 November 2013

If City fans had a choice now, would they

Manuel Pellegrini was drafted in to take Manchester City forward, but at the moment it appears they are moving backwards. Yes, Pellegrini has taken City to the brink of qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages for the first time. I also...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Aussies will be quick... but we must be quicker if we want to be the best

To beat the best, England need to start playing faster than the best and there is no better place to start than against Australia at Twickenham on Saturday afternoon. Australia's new head coach Ewen McKenzie has brought his high-speed gameplan from...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Romelu Lukaku: I did 150 sit-ups and press-ups every day - then ran to school

0 View comments It is the Monday after Everton's slick start to the season has continued with victory over Aston Villa and three words leap off the Liverpool Echo's back page. "Lukaku's a monster,' screams the headline, in reference to the latest...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Moyes: My deadly United duo of Van Persie and Rooney are BETTER than Liverpool's SAS... and they'll be the...

David Moyes believes his Manchester United striker duo of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie are the best in the country and will eventually match any pair in world football. Some have suggested Liverpool's Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge are the most...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 
Breast cancer: why 450 poorer women die needlessly every year

Breast cancer: why 450 poorer women die needlessly every year

Participants in the Moonwalk charity walk in London last May to raise awareness of breast cancer and money for research. Photograph: Paul Brown/Rex Features An estimated 450 women from poorer backgrounds die needlessly of breast cancer every year in...

Guardian, 00:19 in Health
 

'Most of us excluded' from recovery

The economic recovery has passed most people by, with households being excluded from the benefits of growth, a union leader will warn today. TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady will tell a conference that the economy has grown by £60 billion in the...

 

Police appeal after yobs throw beer bottles at HGV from bridge

A lorry driver narrowly avoided serious injury after a gang of yobs threw beer bottles at his vehicle from a bridge. An HGV was crossing Eden Bridges in Carlisle at around 9pm on Thursday when the incident happened. Police say the beer bottles hit the...

 

Back on familiar ground: Marland Yarde hoping to repeat his hat-trick heroics on his England debut at...

When Marland Yarde steps off the team bus and walks into Twickenham today, no-one will have to point the way to the home dressing room. It is a familiar hunting ground for the London Irish sprint king. The 21-year-old makes his England debut at HQ but...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Now match the legends! Wood ready to lead charge as England seek to echo 2003

English rugby has been in full-scale nostalgia mode this week, but the priority for the national team on Saturday is to persuade the country to look forward in hope rather than back in wonder. The great and the good from the World Cup-winning 2003...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

England v Australia: Ben Kay's form guide

2003 World Cup winner and Sportsmail columnist Ben Kay gives his lowdown on the two sides playing at Twickenham on Saturday. Stuart Lancaster has given backs Lee Dickson, Joel Tomkins and Marland Yarde a chance to shine while Australia start star...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Farrell knows England must stun Aussies to keep up Autumn clean sweep hopes

England are ready to shock Australia by exploding into the new Test season at Twickenham on Saturday. After the false starts of recent years, Stuart Lancaster's young, reshuffled team go into their QBE autumn series opener determined to make an impact...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Who'll be the star of the Autumn? Our experts pick out the players to watch

Kieran Read (Ben Kay, rugby analyst) A formidable competitor who is challenging Richie McCaw to be 'King of the All Blacks'. He led them well in the absence of the flanker, who was on a sabbatical, and has maintained his good form now the openside is...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Luger's magic touch can inspire England at Twickenham again

The seminal moment in England's march towards World Cup glory came in the eighth minute of injury time of the 2000 November international against Australia with the home country trailing 19-15 at Twickenham. England full back Iain Balshaw chipped over...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Rangers 3 Airdrie 0: Daly polishes off Diamonds as Gers make it 14 wins in a row

Another day of drama off the field at Ibrox ended with relatively serene progress on it. For that, Rangers have Jon Daly to thank. After a sluggish first half in which they struggled to create clear-cut chances against a disciplined and determined...

Daily Mail, 00:54 in Sport
 

Worcester 6 Bath 21: Perenise powers visitors into second place

Worcester are still searching for their first Premiership win of the season after Bath condemned them to their seventh consecutive loss. The Warriors already appear doomed to relegation as they now find themselves eight points adrift at the foot of...

Daily Mail, 00:54 in Sport
 


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