News archive from 5 October 2013

Bank boss Ross McEwan may need five years to get RBS fully on its feet again

Ross McEwan, the new chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, believes it could take another five years to get the bailed-out lender fully on its feet again. He is expected to set out his plans to overhaul the bank in order to improve its customer...

 

You can't let it all go up in smoke, Jack! Wilshere must learn from Wiggins to ensure he doesn't run out of...

Jack Wilshere denies he is a smoker, but he certainly seemed to be inhaling in these pictures taken outside a London nightclub this week. He looked something of an old pro when it came to balancing the tip of the offending cigarette between his lips....

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Ozil, Flamini, Moses, Fellaini and Lukaku... so, who cleaned up in the window?

The dust is starting to settle and this season is shaping up to be the most open and exciting for years. Signing the right players and the right staff is now so important. The transfer window is almost like another fixture - you have to win that first...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

The making of Ross Barkley: Even aged eight and kicking a ball in the park, the Everton midfielder looked...

Anfield held its breath. With three minutes of the big game remaining and the outcome hanging in the balance, the coach stood on the touchline, desperately trying to convey his message. Broadgreen International held a 2-1 lead over All Saints in the...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

England U16 1 Wales U16 0: Wakefield impresses during Victory Shield win

Chelsea's Charlie Wakefield ensured England's defence of the Sky Sports Victory Shield started with a win as they beat Wales at Kidderminster's Aggborough Stadium. The tall and skilful 15-year-old winger was a menace for the Welsh defence all night...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

We are fighting for our lives, Roy, so unleash the attack

Roy Hodgson walked into the team meeting two hours before kick-off and delivered a blunt, unexpected message. 'Listen, I will put my cards on the table,' he said. 'This is going to be a very tough game - I will take a draw right now.' This was not...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Sheffield United 1 Crawley 1: King's maiden strike eases pressure on Weir... for now

Marlon King probably preserved David Weir's fledgling managerial career with his first goal for Sheffield United. King's second half equaliser rescued the beleaguered United boss from a seventh successive defeat. It still wasn't enough to convince...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Moyes rules out January spending spree despite Manchester United's summer woes

David Moyes has warned that the January transfer window will not necessarily be enough to save Manchester United's season. The United manager knows that there is money to spend if he wants it in the New Year as he looks to make up for the...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Giaccherini's gone from Champions League to bottom of the Premier League... but his energy and desire...

If Emanuele Giaccherini is having second thoughts about moving from Juventus to Sunderland, he has a pretty funny way of showing it. The Italy international, a £7million purchase from the Italian giants, is doing his utmost to feel at home, despite...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

United fury over City's tunnel cam as Old Trafford club raise intrusion concerns

3 View comments Manchester United are unhappy after video of players and officials in the tunnel at last month's derby at the Etihad Stadium was released by Manchester City. United feel that the 15-minute film which appeared on City's website two days...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Crouch can't wait to hang up his boots and get on dancing shoes, says Abbey who also reveals Stoke striker...

Abbey Clancy reckons Peter Crouch will swap his football boots for dancing shoes when he retires. The WAG, currently starring on Strictly Come Dancing, says husband Crouch, 32, is desperate to get on the show but can't do it until he's finished his...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
 

Ahoy! Robbie Williams transforms himself into a sharp-suited navy officer for new video in Los Angeles

Few people could carry it off, but Robbie Williams manages to look every inch an officer and a gentleman as he records the video for his latest single, Go Gentle. Wearing a military uniform while riding a pirate ship adorned with a Union Jack flag,...

 
Holiday advice for a value vacation

Holiday advice for a value vacation

If you are already missing the sunshine then here is something to consider. The pound is having a revival on the currency markets, thanks to the strengthening British economy. It is a welcome change for British tourists who saw the pound slump after...

BBC, 00:28 in Business
 

Could electric shock therapy reduce CRIME? Scientists claim procedure makes people less likely to offend

92 View comments Electric shock therapy could reduce crime, new research suggests. Scientists have pinpointed an area of the brain that makes people obey the social norm such as being polite, shaking hands and having good table manners. And they found...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Health
 

Could breast cancer soon be treated with a NIPPLE injection? Technique reduces side effects and is more...

Women suffering from breast cancer could be spared the worst side effects of their drugs with a new technique which involves having injections through the nipples. Injecting drugs through the nipple offers direct access to the most common origin of...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Health
 


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