News archive from 13 December 2012, page 14

Benitez battling jet-lag at a Club World Cup that is still trying to wake up... a prize that should be...

Rafael Benitez was up late last night. Bowling. As you do. Well, you do in Japan. Some western visitors have been known to hit the driving range at 3am, as Liverpool did in 1981. Jet-lag does that. Benitez said, three days into Chelsea's trip, he was...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Cheque please! Ashley Cole becomes team waiter after losing Rafa's bowling trip

One week after being skittled out of the Champions League, Rafa Benitez organised a ten-pin bowling expedition for his Chelsea players with Ashley Cole among those to suffer in the unforgiving lanes of Yokohama.Benitez hatched the Japanese bowling...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Barton blasts 'farmer's field' after Marseille beat Bastia behind closed doors

Joey Barton helped Marseille to a 2-1 win against Bastia last night - but there was no-one in the stands to see it.Bastia were forced to play the match behind closed doors after their clash with Ajaccio in October descended into chaos. The Corsican...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Tyson will help me beat Khan, insists unbeaten Molina ahead of showdown

Amir Khan is the larger fighter with the bigger reputation and a growing belief that he is now mature man enough never again to do anything stupid like throwing his strategy to the wind and getting knocked out.Mike Tyson found himself up against...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 
Reen Pilkington obituary

Reen Pilkington obituary

Reen Pilkington, right, with her partner, Annie Bernier Our friend Reen Pilkington, who has died from multiple system atrophy aged 58, was a photographer of the natural world, a community artist, a poet and an activist. Her images and words had the...

 
Torquay are tougher than you! Bradford skipper Jones taunts Wenger after cup disaster

Torquay are tougher than you! Bradford skipper Jones taunts Wenger after cup disaster

Arsene Wenger was subjected to more humiliation yesterday when Bradford captain Gary Jones insisted Torquay had proved more difficult to beat than Arsenal. Jones delivered a scathing assessment of the Gunners' shortcomings that will only intensify the...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 
It feels like the Jabulani: Chelsea raise concerns with microchip ball ahead of goal-line technology experiment

It feels like the Jabulani: Chelsea raise concerns with microchip ball ahead of goal-line technology...

Chelsea will become the first Premier League team to trial goal-line technology against Monterrey in the FIFA Club World Cup semi-final in Yokohama but the Blues have already raised concerns over the adidas ball.Both GoalRef and Hawk-Eye goal-line...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

We're sorry! Gazidis apologises as Arsenal owner Kroenke backs beleaguered Wenger to solve mounting problems

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke has given his total backing to under-fire manager Arsene Wenger amid the backdrop of training ground tensions.While being aware of the unrest among supporters after Tuesday night's embarrassing defeat against Bradford, the...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

SPORTSMAIL EXCLUSIVE: We'll kick out the bigots... FA's 92-point action plan to rid football of the scourge...

English football will introduce quotas for referees and coaches as part of an unprecedented campaign to tackle racism. The plan will be adopted early in the new year and include the demand that at least 10 per cent of entry level officials and coaches...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

We felt the tension: Laudrup's Swansea were pressurised by the prospect of a semi-final tie during Boro win

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup admitted that the prize of a Capital One Cup semi-final meant his players felt the tension as they edged past npower Championship side Middlesbrough. The Swans reached only a third semi-final in top-flight cup...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Pompey future in balance as it remains unclear who will run club's affairs when in administration

The future of Portsmouth was clouded in uncertainty on Wednesday night as a potential dispute developed over who should manage their affairs while they are in administration.The cash-strapped League One side are currently in the hands of PKF, headed...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Arbroath 0 Celtic 1: Bhoys made to weather their luck in frosty battle to reach fifth round

For Celtic, an evening spent at Gayfield in the bleak midwinter was about as far removed from the heady glamour of the Champions League as is possible. It was a midweek assignment in which the white heat of European success gave way to the bitter...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Standing firm: Naismith won't back down in Rangers row as striker battles former club

Steven Naismith has maintained he will not back down from his legal dispute with Rangers and instead insisted he owes the Ibrox club nothing.The Everton star is one of a posse of former players defending themselves against legal action brought by...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

In great Nic: Golden girl Adams heads for Rio... and then an acting role in Corrie

Nicola Adams is grinning. The Olympic flyweight champion, the first female boxer to win a gold medal at the Games, has a few "good incentives' in mind as she discusses her plans. Even after a "mad' few months in which her life has changed...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 

Price beat Fury before and I'd back him to do it again before taking on the Klitschkos

Thomas Stalker captained the Team GB boxing squad at the London Olympics and reached the quarter-finals in the light-welterweight division.Here, in his first column for MailOnline, he discusses the latest news from the ring and his own future in...

Daily Mail, 02:18 in Sport
 


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