News archive from 8 December 2013, page 3

It's a great late show from Assaidi: Hughes relieved super sub earns Stoke three points

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes was a relieved man after discarded striker Oussama Assaidi came off the bench to score a spectacular last-minute winner to defeat Chelsea 3-2 at the Britannia Stadium. Assaidi, a Morocco international on loan from...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

Hodgson must give Terry a call if England are to make a mark in Brazil, says Wilkins

0 View comments Former World Cup footballer Ray Wilkins believes England's ability to cope defensively in the World Cup in their "Group of Death' against Italy and Uruguay, depends on one man: John Terry. "Is there a better centre-half in...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

Everton duo Baines and Oviedo could meet in Brazil as Fulham forward Ruiz eyes World Cup redemption with...

Bryan Oviedo, reduced to tears by Everton team-mate Leighton Baines's domination of the left-back berth at Goodison, could face his rival in Brazil. They could meet in Group D's final game in Belo Horizonte and Costa Rica's Oviedo, finally in the...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

West Brom have let me down, says Lugano as Uruguay captain threatens to quit in January

Uruguay captain Diego Lugano is threatening to quit West Brom in January. The defender played only three minutes in the Premier League before Saturday's game with Norwich, when he was poor in the defeat to the Canaries. Threat: Diego Lugano (right),...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

League One and League Two round-up: Derry ages after first Notts County win and Cheltenham are eying up...

Manager Shaun Derry said he had aged considerably after watching his Notts County side claim their first League win since he arrived at Meadow Lane. The bottom club were thankful to on-loan midfielder Callum McGregor, who scored twice and made two...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

Non-league duo Grimsby and Kidderminster cause upsets to reach FA Cup third round

Second-half goals from Shaun Pearson and Patrick McLaughlin secured non-league Grimsby's progression into the third round of the FA Cup as they recorded a shock 2-0 victory over struggling Sky Bet League Two outfit Northampton. Former Boston defender...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

Melanie Sykes and husband Jack Cockings 'decide on a trial separation' after just seven months of marriage

TV presenter Melanie Sykes has reportedly 'ended her marriage' to Jack Cockings after just seven months of marriage, according to The Sun on Sunday newspaper. The couple are said to be embarking on a 'trial separation' less than a fortnight after...

 

Download our brilliant wallchart and fill in every result from next summer's World Cup

DOWNLOAD IT HERE Click here to get your fabulous wallchart Sportsmail has produced your essential 2014 World Cup wallchart where you can plot the path of every team next summer. Download it from the link on the left and print it out to make sure you...

Daily Mail, 02:10 in Sport
 
Why do we value gold?

Why do we value gold?

Mankind's attitude to gold is bizarre. Chemically, it is uninteresting - it barely reacts with any other element. Yet, of all the 118 elements in the periodic table, gold is the one we humans have always tended to choose to use as currency. Why? Why...

BBC, 02:13 in Business
 

Woods stays ahead in California with Johnson just two shots behind

An even-par 72 was enough to keep Tiger Woods two shots clear at the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge and on the verge of victory. Woods remained 11 under going into the final day, two clear of Zach Johnson, and with Bubba Watson at seven under the...

Daily Mail, 02:33 in Sport
 

McKenzie forced to battle for draw in third professional outing against McKenna

Leon McKenzie fought to a thrilling draw with Darren McKenna at York Hall in London on Saturday night. The former professional footballer, who in his prime reached the Premier League with Norwich, showed true heart to avoid defeat in his third fight...

Daily Mail, 02:33 in Sport
 

Bitter remorse of Britain's fattest man: Barry Austin used to consume 29,000 calories a day in a grotesque...

1 View comments In his 20s, Barry Austin was on a mission to become Britain's fattest man. Famously, he consumed up to 29,000 calories a day in his bid to claim the dubious record. He starred in documentaries, had his own magazine column and even...

Daily Mail, 02:37 in Health
 

Cook goes to his century knowing Ashes could be surrendered in milestone Test

England's abysmal start to their campaign down under leaves captain Alastair Cook almost certain to begin his 100th Test on Friday knowing the Ashes could be surrendered in Perth. The England skipper's own poor form is just one reason his side find...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 
Kiev Protesters In Show Of Determination

Kiev Protesters In Show Of Determination

Standing by the barricades under the national flag in Independence Square, two men beat out a steady rhythm on an oil drum. It's bitterly cold, the air thick with wood smoke from the fires all around, and they're watching every face that comes past....

 

Friday ops death risk 'greater'

People having a routine operation on a Friday are 24% more likely to die than if they had one earlier in the week, according to a major report. The study, by statistics firm Dr Foster, showed that people who need to recover in hospital at the weekend...

 


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