News archive from 11 June 2015, page 8

England were right not to select Steffon Armitage for the World Cup... it would have been disruptive, says...

A last-minute World Cup return by Steffon Armitage would have been 'disruptive' for England, according to Jonny Wilkinson. World Cup-winner Wilkinson has backed his former Toulon team-mate Armitage's decision not to chase a Test return by forcing a...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Arturo Vidal: Chile's golden generation can end 99-year wait for Copa America glory

Arturo Vidal has called on his team-mates to justify their tag as Chile's greatest generation of players and win the Copa America. Along with Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez, Vidal will spearhead the host nation's challenge, starting with the opening game...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Spain train ahead of friendly with Costa Rica as boss Vicente del Bosque tips Barcelona new boy Aleix Vidal...

Spain players were put through their paces as Vicente del Bosque's side prepared for the friendly with Costa Rica on Thursday.  The game is their final warm-up before the Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus on Sunday.  La Roja are currently second in...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Manchester United close to signing Brazilian midfielder Rodrigo Dourado

Manchester United are on the brink of signing highly-rated Internacional midfielder Rodrigo Dourado. United boss Louis van Gaal is believed to have sent scouts to Brazil to monitor the 20-year-old recently, and they were impressed with what they saw....

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Wayne Rooney closes in on Sir Bobby Charlton's England scoring record... is he this country's greatest ever...

It is suggested to Gary Lineker that Wayne Rooney could already have broken Sir Bobby Charlton's England goalscoring record if he had the bullets supplied by Paul Gascoigne. Lineker's grey goatee parts like a pair of curtains as a huge grin breaks...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie holds talks with Martin Johnson to make sure there is no repeat of the...

RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie has spoken to former England boss Martin Johnson about how to avoid the dwarf-throwing and ferry-diving misdemeanors that blighted the 2011 Rugby World Cup campaign. With negative headlines about Manu Tuilagi, Dylan...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Steve McClaren will get contract extended to eight-year deal if he hits Premier League targets or ends...

Steve McClaren will land a bumper eight-year deal if he guides Newcastle United into the top eight of the Premier League or ends their 47-year wait for a trophy. The former England boss was confirmed as the club's new manager on Wednesday and was...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Lance Armstrong fears losing homes in Aspen and Texas if 'Whistleblower' trial costs $100m

Lance Armstrong fears losing his two family homes and his personal fortune if the verdict goes against him in next year’s $100million ‘Whistleblower’ trial. The American rode for the US Postal team in six of the seven Tour de France races he won while...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Mario Mandzukic 'annoys me easily' claims Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone as striker is offered to...

Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone admits Mario Mandzukic's inability to hit the same goalscoring heights as he did at Bayern Munich is the reason behind him leaving. Fiery Croatian striker Mandzukic has been offered to Manchester United this summer...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

British racing lands deal with Qatari group Qipco to pump £50m into showpiece races

British racing has secured a ‘landmark deal’ with Qatari organisation Qipco which will see support for some of the biggest races in the Flat calendar backed until 2024. The deal has been conservatively estimated as being worth £50m to racing. The most...

Daily Mail, 02:41 in Sport
 

Lost in space: Nasa reveals ‘loneliest galaxy’ floating in a 150 million light year-wide abyss

Astronomers have captured a spectacular image of a 'lonely' galaxy stranded on the edge of an abyss. The galaxy is located next to a 150 million light year-wide patch of interstellar emptiness called the Local Void. Perched on its cusp, NGC 6503 -...

 

US Army set to give soldiers a robot arm for shooting: Exoskeleton stabilises shaky hands so that infantry...

US soldiers could soon be given a robotic arm that helps them shoot with deadly accuracy. The carbon-fiber exoskeleton can also improve a soldier's aim even after they've stopped wearing the device, according to its creators. Dan Baechle, lead...

 
Jose Mourinho: The players I REALLY want to sign this summer

Jose Mourinho: The players I REALLY want to sign this summer

Mourinho, who returned to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2013 after a six-year absence, has been linked with moves for a host of Europe's top players in recent months. It has been suggested that the Special One is looking to add anther four or five...

Daily Star, 02:53 in Sport
 
S Korea cuts interest rates to record low following MERS

S Korea cuts interest rates to record low following MERS

South Korea's central bank has cut interest rates to a record low. The move is seen as an attempt to stem the economic fall out from an outbreak of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). Its policy rate was reduced by 0.25 percentage points to...

BBC, 02:55 in World News
 

Are you sure you're a mother-of-two? Lily Allen looks fresh faced as she opts for a casual look at London...

Lily Allen may have opted for the most causal outfit of the evening, but still managed to look fresher than most other guests on Wednesday night. The singer, who turned 30 last month, was one of the more dressed-down party guests at a Louis Vuitton...

 


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