News archive from 16 January 2013

Facebook creates new search engine

Social media behemoth Facebook has announced it is creating a new search engine for content uploaded by its users. Speaking during a "mystery event" at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California, Facebook founder and chief...

 
GUARDIOLA TARGETS PREMIER LEAGUE

GUARDIOLA TARGETS PREMIER LEAGUE

PEP GUARDIOLA has confirmed he wants to manage in the Premier League. The former Barcelona boss is on a sabbatical in New York, having left the Nou Camp last summer. But Guardiola is set to have his pick of jobs in England, with possible openings at...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
RAFA BENITEZ IN CHELSEA FAN RAP

RAFA BENITEZ IN CHELSEA FAN RAP

RAFA BENITEZ last night went to war with the Chelsea supporters by telling them: You are not a proper fan if you boo me and my team. Benitez has put himself in the firing line after questioning whether those who taunt him and the players have the best...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
MANCHESTER CITY CAPTAIN VINCENT KOMPANY WINS RED CARD APPEAL

MANCHESTER CITY CAPTAIN VINCENT KOMPANY WINS RED CARD APPEAL

MANCHESTER CITY boss Roberto Mancini has been handed a massive boost in the race for the title as skipper Vincent Kompany escaped a three-match ban. The City defender was sent off by referee Mike Dean on Sunday for a robust tackle on Arsenal's Jack...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
MARTIN O'NEILL'S SUNDERLAND ARE PUT TO THE SORD!

MARTIN O'NEILL'S SUNDERLAND ARE PUT TO THE SORD!

MARVIN SORDELL was trending last night after scoring two goals to dump Sunderland out of the FA Cup. The Bolton striker has been battling an addiction to Twitter and other social media sites, but netted a second-half double at the Stadium of Light to...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
World Bank cuts growth forecast for the global economy

World Bank cuts growth forecast for the global economy

The World Bank has cut its 2013 global growth outlook, blaming a slower-than-expected recovery in developed nations. In its twice-yearly Global Economic Prospects report, the bank said it expected world growth to be 2.4% this year, down on the 3%...

BBC, 00:01 in Business
 
WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0 - QPR 1: HARRY REDKNAPP'S ROAD TO WEMBLEY!

WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0 - QPR 1: HARRY REDKNAPP'S ROAD TO WEMBLEY!

JAY BOTHROYD grabbed a rare goal to send struggling QPR into the last 32. But boss Harry Redknapp didn't know whether to laugh or cry after booking a fourth-round tie at home to MK Dons. Redknapp is the only English manager to have won the FA Cup...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
BRENTFORD 2 - SOUTHEND 1: CLAYTON DONALDSON SINGS THE BLUES

BRENTFORD 2 - SOUTHEND 1: CLAYTON DONALDSON SINGS THE BLUES

BRENTFORD hotshot Clayton Donaldson helped set up a mouth-watering clash with Premier League giants Chelsea. The Bees star's 75th-minute winner sunk Southend after Paul Hayes had put Uwe Rosler's side ahead in the 25th minute. That should have been...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
PEDDLERS BACK ON TRACK

PEDDLERS BACK ON TRACK

PEDDLERS CROSS could make his seasonal return at Haydock on Saturday as he heads a total of eight entries for the StanJames.com Champion Hurdle Trial after the race was reopened. He is back over the smaller obstacles after seemingly failing to take to...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
FRANKEL-Y THE BEST

FRANKEL-Y THE BEST

FRANKEL will begin his stud duties in a month's time as the undisputed king of the equine world. He has earned the highest accolade given by international handicappers since official ratings began in 1977. And his former racing manager Teddy...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Sponsored by Pride and Prejudice author Jane Austen and her Scottish contemporaries

Sponsored by Pride and Prejudice author Jane Austen and her Scottish contemporaries

Most of us will be familiar with Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, published 200 years ago, but few will have read similar novels by two Scottish contemporaries. Perhaps, writes Stuart Kelly, it is time to bring them to light In 1826, Sir Walter...

 
I'LL QUIT IF I FEEL A TWIT, SAYS ADRIAN MORLEY

I'LL QUIT IF I FEEL A TWIT, SAYS ADRIAN MORLEY

ADRIAN MORLEY will quit rugby mid-season if he feels he is embarrassing himself. It would be a sensational decision by the award-winning Warrington and England forward. But Morley insists he will have no hesitation in retiring on the spot if he starts...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Radar: The latest from the Scottish music scene

Radar: The latest from the Scottish music scene

THE LATEST news, gigs, videos and links from the Scottish music scene... This week we have bad news from HMV and one of Aberdeen's original record shops, news of a new £100,000 Fringe fund for Scottish musicians, as well as new music from Machines in...

 
CARL FROCH UP FOR REAL BATTLE

CARL FROCH UP FOR REAL BATTLE

CARL FROCH will get the chance to avenge the defeat that left him heartbroken when he meets Mikkel Kessler in May. Froch is desperate to wipe away the memory of the points loss he suffered at the hands of Kessler in Denmark in April 2010. And that...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Horsemeat found in supermarket beef burgers

Horsemeat found in supermarket beef burgers

TRACES of horsemeat have been found in beef burgers being sold in some of the UK's leading supermarkets, food safety chiefs have revealed. Scientific tests on beef products showed Tesco Everyday Value Beef Burgers had about 29 per cent horsemeat...

 


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