News archive from 14 December 2013

'I just want it to end!' All McCoist wants for Christmas is peace at Rangers

Throughout the entire 29 months of his career in football management Rangers boss Ally McCoist admits his only constant companion has been chaos. From the behind-the-scenes problems that paved the road to administration and liquidation under Craig...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

All smiles for Jose, but Chelsea boss says there is 'no excuse' for misfiring squad not to pick up a trophy...

0 View comments Jose Mourinho has told his Chelsea players it is not acceptable for the club to end the season without a trophy. Despite conceding that Chelsea are a quality striker short of winning the Premier League and are not the favourites to...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

'Young doesn't dive on purpose!'... Villa boss Lambert defends fallen United winger

Ashley Young is not a deliberate diver, insists Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert. Manchester United winger Young - criticised by boss David Moyes for the manner in which he goes to ground - has been accused after a number of incidents this season,...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Van Gaal to make flying tribute to his protege Mourinho at Football Writers' Association annual gala

Holland manager Louis van Gaal is prepared to take a break from his World Cup preparations to fly to London just to pay tribute to his former Barcelona assistant Jose Mourinho. Chelsea boss Mourinho is being honoured by the Football Writers'...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Lennon 'not thinking about other jobs' and is desperate to get Celtic moving again after European disaster

Neil Lennon has outlined his deep-rooted desire to rebuild Celtic again after a disastrous Champions League campaign culminated in a 6-1 defeat in Barcelona. The Parkhead manager has won back-to-back Scottish titles and led the club to the last 16 of...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

'All good managers have it!'... Lennon accepts that pain goes with the territory of being Celtic boss after...

It's happened to the best of them. To Wenger, Mourinho, even the wise old man of Govan. Football offers no diplomatic immunity on nights when it all goes horribly wrong. There's no hiding place and no magic potion on hand to cure the many ills. Just...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

A year on from turning his back and flicking a leg, Nasri is now deflecting his critics

A year ago this week, the wall caved in on Samir Nasri's world. An ill-advised turn of the back, a dangled left leg, and the Frenchman's deflection of Robin van Persie's free-kick decided the Manchester derby with practically the last kick of the...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Cisco plans to add 1,700 jobs in Canadian expansion

Cisco and the Ontario provincial government said they have signed a 10-year agreement that will see the province provide up to C$220 million ($207 million) to support the company's expansion. They did not specify what form the support would take, but...

 
Belfast Bomb Was 'Attempt To Injure Or Kill'

Belfast Bomb Was 'Attempt To Injure Or Kill'

A bomb which exploded in the centre of Belfast where hundreds of people were packed into bars and restaurants had the potential to kill, police have said. The blast in the city's bustling Cathedral Quarter has been blamed on dissident republicans...

 

Community bid to save village pub

Locals have launched a community share offer to save their village pub from going out of business. Residents in Polbathic, Cornwall, are being urged to contribute £250 to become a co-owner of The Halfway House, which has gone into administration. The...

 

Protest march over job losses

A march and rally will be held today in a historic naval city to protest at job losses planned by defence giant BAE Systems. Unions said they expect a big turnout in Portsmouth following last month's announcement that shipbuilding is to end. More than...

 

21% of Dutch 'back more euthanasia'

More than one in five Dutch people believe that euthanasia should be allowed for elderly people who are "tired of living", new research suggests. Of 2,000 Dutch people polled, 21% said euthanasia should be allowed for people who no longer...

 

Honour for Hillsborough campaigner

A staunch Hillsborough campaigner for justice who died earlier this year is to be honoured at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony. Anne Williams, 62, fought tirelessly to overturn an inquest verdict of accidental death against her...

 

Jailed Marine 'not a murderer'

A Royal Marine imprisoned for executing a Taliban fighter in cold blood is not a murderer, his wife has said. Sergeant Alexander Blackman received a 10-year minimum life sentence after he was found guilty at a court martial in Bulford, Wiltshire. The...

 

Fatal blow: Easdale concedes that a boycott from fans as threatened could sink Rangers

Rangers shareholder Sandy Easdale last night admitted a campaign of disengagement by disgruntled fans 'could prove fatal' to the Ibrox club. Speaking ahead of Thursday's vital AGM, Easdale, who has voting rights of over 26 per cent of shares - 4.5 per...

Daily Mail, 00:53 in Sport
 


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