News archive from 14 February 2015

Hartlepool boss has no qualms in naming and shaming his players

Hartlepool boss has no qualms in naming and shaming his players

RONNIE Moore has no qualms about shaming his players in public in order to spark a response from them - with Jack Compton the latest to feel the manager's wrath. Moore confirmed strong words were said at a group meeting following the winger’s decision...

 
Fenwick hails Hartlepool United’s ‘proper’ pair Tshibola and Woods

Fenwick hails Hartlepool United’s ‘proper’ pair Tshibola and Woods

SCOTT Fenwick has lavished praise on midfield duo Aaron Tshibola and Michael Woods describing the pair as "proper players". The Pools striker has put the recent upturn in fortunes down to the influence the duo are having on Ronnie Moore’s...

 
Win a £50 voucher for Fetch.co.uk

Win a £50 voucher for Fetch.co.uk

We have teamed with Fetch.co.uk, the pet store from Ocado, to offer all of readers the chance to win a £50 gift voucher for the online store. Currently stocking more than 7,000 products, ranging from food and treats to specialist healthcare products,...

 
Mike Pejic: It should be Peter Crouch of Stoke City AND England

Mike Pejic: It should be Peter Crouch of Stoke City AND England

"PETER Crouch shouldn't just be in Stoke's team at Blackburn today - he should still be in the England team as well. Tomorrow, assuming Jon Walters is fit again, I'd play him just behind Crouch up front. Then I'd have Mame Diouf instead of Marko...

 

Mexico must probe thousands of 'disappearances' - U.N.

Mexico's delegation told the U.N. Committee on Enforced Disappearances at a review last week that 11,300 people were unaccounted for. Amnesty International said in a statement that more than 22,600 had gone missing in the past eight years amid "a...

 
Promise to consider extending the groceries code

Promise to consider extending the groceries code

The Government is to consider whether dairy farmers should be protected against major retailers by the supermarket watchdog, a business minister has said. Jo Swinson told MPs that calls to extend the remit of the Groceries Supply Code of Practice to...

 

Simon Mignolet reveals conversation with fiancee helped end his Liverpool slump

It was around the dinner table on Boxing Night, during a conversation with his fiancee, when Simon Mignolet realised how his game had malfunctioned. He had just arrived home from a difficult afternoon at Burnley, a game Liverpool won 1-0. His return...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Arsene Wenger insists the FA Cup matters as Arsenal boss prepares to make changes for fifth round clash...

Arsene Wenger insists the FA Cup remains a big-time attraction to Arsenal despite considering a string of changes to his side on Sunday. The Frenchman claims the competition has always been one of his priorities and revealed even his quest of the holy...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Wales will have to call on spirit of 2013 ahead of clash with Scotland at Murrayfield, says Dan Biggar 

Dan Biggar believes Wales can still be crowned RBS 6 Nations champions if they manage to rekindle their fighting spirit of 2013. After losing the opening fixture at home to Ireland two years ago, Warren Gatland's side went on to win the Championship...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

France backtrack on vow to target Jonathan Sexton following Ireland playmaker's return from 12-week...

France captain Thierry Dusautoir has tried to downplay his side's vow to single out fit-again Ireland fly-half Jonny Sexton in Dublin on Saturday. The Toulouse flanker denied that the 29-year-old British and Irish Lion will be targeted as he returns...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Robin van Persie stopped by police as he makes way to Manchester United's training ground ahead of Preston...

Manchester United forward Robin van Persie was pulled over by police on Thursday morning while driving on the M60 near Sale, Greater Manchester. The Dutchman, who scored in his side's 3-1 Barclays Premier League win against Burnley on Wednesday, was...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 
We cannot allow censorship and silencing of individuals

We cannot allow censorship and silencing of individuals

The fate of Kate Smurthwaite’s comedy show, cancelled by Goldsmith’s College in London last month (“What could be more absurd than censorship on campus”, Nick Cohen, Comment) is part of a worrying pattern of intimidation and silencing of individuals...

 

The jewellery you can redesign at the touch of a button: $359 app controlled bracelet is an e-ink screen

 If you've ever struggled to find a bracelet that matches your favourite outfit, never fear. A new bracelet can be instantly reprogrammed to show any pattern - and can even be controlled from your phone. The $359 Liber8 bracelet is actually a large...

 

Songs to have sex to: Spotify reveals the most popular tracks on amorous playlists ahead of Valentine's Day

You have the card, the flowers and the champagne – now all you need is the right music. And just in time for Valentine's Day, Spotify has released a list of the best songs to listen to when making love. After looking through the 2.5 million playlists,...

 
Burglar targeted 40 student properties in Leeds

Burglar targeted 40 student properties in Leeds

A BURGLAR carried out more than 40 raids at homes in Leeds's student heartland during a three-month crime spree. Anthony Poll, 21, was jailed for two years, 11 months after admitting to a series of offences during which more than £20,000 worth of...

 


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