News archive from 3 March 2015

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo goes berserk after boyhood club Estudiantes win derby against Gimnasia

Marcos Rojo surrendered his Manchester United allegiances for the evening as he watched local boyhood club Estudiantes in action against Gimnasia in the fierce Platense derby on Sunday. Sporting a Barcelona vest, the Argentine certainly didn't lack...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Luis Figo backs live TV debate for FIFA presidential candidates but Sepp Blatter will turn down joint BBC...

Luis Figo and Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein of Jordan, two of the four challengers for the FIFA presidency, have quickly supported the joint BBC and Sky initiative of a live TV debate.  Figo, a former world footballer of the year, said: ‘The fans deserve...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Carl Froch wants Andre Ward unification battle at Nottingham Forest's City Ground 

Carl Froch is challenging Andre Ward to cross the Atlantic for the first time in his career and face him at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground. Ward earned recognition as the world’s supreme super-middleweight when he defeated Froch in the final of the...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes will manage Oldham in future, says Latics chief

Oldham chairman Simon Corney believes Paul Scholes will manage the Sky Bet League One club 'one day', but admits it will be 'difficult' to tempt him to take the vacancy at the moment. The former England and Manchester United midfielder, 40, was...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Hasselhoff crabs aren't really into the ladies

Males of a species of crab named after David Hasselhoff because of their hairy chests prefer to spend their time away from the females - unlike their lothario namesake. Dr Leigh Marsh and her colleagues at the University of Southampton used a...

Metro, 00:06 in Hot News
 

Tim Sherwood: I will never let Aston Villa be in this situation again if we beat relegation... I will build...

Tim Sherwood has insisted that if Aston Villa avoid relegation this season they will never be in such danger on his watch again. Villa take on West Bromwich Albion at home on Tuesday night in the first of two derbies in four days — they also face them...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Alan Pardew claims FA decision-making is being influenced by TV pundits after Mile Jedinak was charged with...

Live television pundits are exerting growing influence over the Football Association - and it needs to be stopped. That is the withering assessment of Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew, whose captain Mile Jedinak was charged with violent conduct on...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
Scotland and Hearts football legend Dave Mackay dies aged 80

Scotland and Hearts football legend Dave Mackay dies aged 80

SCOTTISH football legend Dave Mackay died last night - at the age of 80. The former Hearts, Tottenham Hotspur and Scotland star - described by George Best as the “hardest man I have ever played against” - passed away after battling illness for some...

 

Deutsche Telekom to invest 6 billion euros in European network

Deutsche Telekom's integrated network, based on internet protocol or so-called IP-network, will make it easier and cheaper to operate its services. The company said it allows subscribers to add products such as television and internet with a few...

Reuters, 00:08 in Business
 
David Cameron vows to get homes for first time buyers

David Cameron vows to get homes for first time buyers

On a visit to a Barratt Homes development in Grays, Essex, yesterday, the Prime Minister vowed to help under-40s priced out of the first-home market. Under the scheme, cheaper commercial brownfield land would be released for new homes - with...

 
Ukip leader Nigel Farage admits political career is putting a strain on his personal life

Ukip leader Nigel Farage admits political career is putting a strain on his personal life

The Ukip leader said he could not pretend he had a normal relationship with loved ones. He added: “I think my whole family would rather I had never gone into politics.”

 
Licence fee scrapping could see Brits without a TV paying the cost of BBC

Licence fee scrapping could see Brits without a TV paying the cost of BBC

A big shake-up of the corporation is set to see the long-standing licence fee scrapped, it was announced yesterday. BBC boss Tony Hall said the licence fee had to change to cover “catch-up television as soon as possible” amid the boom in use of the...

 
Mother of Jihadi John claims she instantly recognised the IS thug as her son

Mother of Jihadi John claims she instantly recognised the IS thug as her son

Ghaneya (corr) Emwazi, 47, knew straight away the hooded black-robed assassin who killed US journalist James Foley, 40, on camera was her eldest child Mohammed, 26. She and her husband Jasem, 51, have been questioned by police in Kuwait after their...

 
Romeo Beckham tipped to be future Wimbledon champion by his coach

Romeo Beckham tipped to be future Wimbledon champion by his coach

John Johnson was wowed by David and Victoria's 12 year-old son after he came for lessons at the council court in West London. And he reckons the lad is so good he could be a future Andy Murray. He praised Romeo's talent, attitude and dedication to the...

 
Oxfordshire paedophile ring responsible for 300 child sex cases

Oxfordshire paedophile ring responsible for 300 child sex cases

Perverted members of the sick gangs, operating across Oxfordshire, are said to have carried out sexual torture, trafficking and rape. They used knives, meat cleavers and baseball bats to inflict severe pain on the girls for their twisted pleasure. But...

 


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