News archive from 14 May 2016, page 3

West Brom boss Tony Pulis backs Jurgen Klopp's tough training regime

West Brom boss Tony Pulis backs Jurgen Klopp's tough training regime

Jurgen Klopp's intention to run triple training sessions in pre-season is nothing new to Tony Pulis , the past master of military style fitness programmes. The colourful coaches, who were involved in a series of spats at Anfield in December , will...

 
Birmingham City's Cardiff penalty hero Darren Carter has no desire to repeat the past

Birmingham City's Cardiff penalty hero Darren Carter has no desire to repeat the past

Even though it was probably the trademark moment of his career, former Birmingham City star Darren Carter does NOT want to repeat his play-off final penalty heroics. The Solihull-born player will forever be remembered for his Millennium Stadium...

 
EU cash funding Birmingham's new 670-bed hospital under threat, warns David Cameron

EU cash funding Birmingham's new 670-bed hospital under threat, warns David Cameron

Birmingham and the West Midlands would give up hundreds of millions of pounds of infrastructure investment if the nation votes to leave the European Union, David Cameron has warned. Speaking to the Birmingham Mail at Westminster, the Prime Minister...

 
Mum whose toddler son was found dead after she left him alone to visit her boyfriend is jailed for child neglect

Mum whose toddler son was found dead after she left him alone to visit her boyfriend is jailed for child...

A MOTHER whose toddler son was found dead at her flat while she was out at her boyfriend’s has been jailed for 10 months for child neglect. Amanda Hardie, 30, repeatedly left two-year-old Clyde Campbell at night for hours on end while she worked or...

 
Tributes paid to Edinburgh nurse killed after being hit by car during police chase as it emerges hospital colleagues battled to save her life

Tributes paid to Edinburgh nurse killed after being hit by car during police chase as it emerges hospital...

THE YOUNG nurse with a five year old son who was struck with a car after finishing her shift was treated by her stricken colleagues, it emerged, as her family paid an emotional tribute to her. It’s believed the people in the Ford Ka that hit Jill...

 

Manchester United win drained the players... but we will go all out against Stoke to clinch Europe, says...

West Ham will go all-out to secure European football, even after their energy was sapped by Tuesday night's Boleyn Ground farewell epic against Manchester United. Slaven Bilic leads his side to Stoke City on Sunday on the back of just two days'...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 

Premier League final day permutations: Who is heading for Europa League football and how much is each...

The 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season comes to an end on Sunday, with Manchester United's bid to snatch a Champions League spot from cross-city rivals City top of the bill.  With Leicester crowned champions and the relegation places filled by...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 

Arsene Wenger will wait until late next season before deciding on Arsenal future as boss enters final 12...

Arsene Wenger says he will wait until late next season before deciding whether to extend his stay at Arsenal. The Frenchman - now in his 20th year at the club - will enter the final 12 months of his contract this summer. Majority shareholder Stan...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 

Falkirk 3-2 Hibernian (5-4 agg): Last-gasp Bob McHugh strike puts Bairns into Scottish Premiership play-off...

Six years after Falkirk’s top-tier lights flickered and died one afternoon at Rugby Park, an opportunity for vengeance that’s simply beyond delicious now presents itself. That Peter Houston’s side emerged from this titanic tussle with Hibernian over...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 

Security fears over England friendly with Turkey after shirt marketing blunder

Security concerns have been raised over England’s friendly with Turkey after what appears to have been a marketing blunder by the visitors. Officials believe some Turkey fans may have bought seats in home sections of the Etihad Stadium in order to...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 

Steve Bruce says Hull City 'in best shape possible' for Derby County test

HULL City boss Steve Bruce is hopeful he will reap the benefits of squad rotation when the Championship play-offs begin at Derby County this lunchtime. Bruce opted for a calculated gamble during the closing weeks of the campaign, using 24 different...

 

Antonio Conte set to find if he has been found guilty of match-fixing by Italian court 

Antonio Conte will be told on Monday whether or not he has been found guilty of match-fixing. Chelsea’s next boss, who is charged with sporting fraud, will not attend the court in Cremona, northern Italy, where Judge Pierpaolo Beluzzi will deliver his...

Daily Mail, 00:33 in Sport
 

Conor O'Shea praises Harlequins for fighting to 'bitter end' against Montpellier

Conor O'Shea praised his Harlequins team for fighting "to the bitter end" after their European Challenge Cup final hopes floundered against a powerful Montpellier side. Quins saw their chances of giving director of rugby O'Shea a winning...

 

Caesars Acquisition offered over $4 billion for interactive unit: sources

Gaming holding company Caesars Acquisition Co (CACQ.O) has seen bidders offer more than $4 billion for its Interactive Entertainment Inc unit, people familiar with the matter said Friday. The sale of the unit could inject needed cash into Caesars...

Reuters, 00:33 in Business
 
Anti-Counterfeiting group suspends Alibaba's membership

Anti-Counterfeiting group suspends Alibaba's membership

An anti-counterfeiting group said on Friday it was suspending Alibaba Group Holding Inc's membership following concerns raised by some of its member companies. The International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC) statement follows an AP report that...

 


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