News archive from 17 September 2015, page 5

Fiji vow to dazzle England at World Cup: 'They have got a very big monkey on their backs... we're coming to...

For a man with modest resources, Radrodro Tabualevu has grand ambitions. The chief executive of the Fijian Rugby Union believes the tiny Pacific nation can replicate their Sevens success in the 15-man game, starting by sending shockwaves through this...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Arsene Wenger refuses to blame Olivier Giroud after striker was sent off in Arsenal's shock 2-1 defeat by...

Arsene Wenger refused to blame his team selection or Olivier Giroud’s red card for Arsenal’s shock defeat in Croatia. Wenger claimed Romanian referee Ovidiu Hategan had been wrong to show Giroud two yellow cards in the first-half, the first for...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho cuts frustrated figure on touchline despite leading side to comfortable victory...

Jose Mourinho was desperate to remove some of the pressure on his shoulders after two straight defeats at the hands of Crystal Palace and Everton. Sportsmail’s Rob Draper runs the rule over the Blues boss’s touchline antics during his side’s...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Ashes-style windups preface the start of Great Britain's Davis Cup semi-final clash with Australia in Glasgow

The Great Britain and Australia teams spent Wednesday engaged in traditional Ashes-style windups ahead of the Davis Cup semi-final in Glasgow. Lleyton Hewitt spoke of the pressure that will be faced by Andy Murray, who took a full five days off after...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Javier Hernandez helps Bayer Leverkusen on their way to victory, Dynamo Kiev deny Porto win and Zenit...

Javier Hernandez scored his first goal for Bayer Leverkusen as the German side began their Champions League campaign with a 4-1 home win over BATE Borisov. Admir Mehmedi opened the scoring with the outside of his boot in the fourth minute, nine...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Buy two defenders! Roy Keane calls on Manchester United to bolster back-line following Champions League...

Roy Keane has called on Manchester United to strengthen their defence if they are to sustain a strong Champions League challenge. The Red Devils got off to a disappointing start on their return to Europe's premier club competition on Tuesday night,...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho insists he's still one of the best in the business: 'I'm a fantastic manager...

Jose Mourinho confidently claimed he's still one of the best managers in the business as Chelsea returned to winning ways on Wednesday. The title holders recorded only their second win of a poor season so far with a comprehensive victory over Maccabi...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Arsenal disappoint against Dinamo Zagreb with 10-men... Twitter's famous faces react

Ian Poulter led the cries of pain on Twitter as Arsenal kicked off their Champions League group stage campaign in disappointing fashion. The golfer was clearly not happy as he watched Arsene Wenger's side crash to defeat against Dinamo Zagreb, citing...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Yellow cards for diving to be introduced into rugby this World Cup in bid to prevent 'football culture'...

Yellow cards for diving will be introduced in rugby for the first time at this World Cup in a bid to crackdown on the ‘football culture’ creeping into the game. John Jeffrey, the chairman of the World Rugby match officials selection committee, warned...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Rugby World Cup diary: Uruguay captain Nicolas Klappenbach hopes to have support of Edinson Cavani and Luis...

Sportsmail's Nik Simon provides his latest 'scrum's the word' diary entry ahead of the Rugby World Cup - which kicks off on Friday when England host Fiji at Twickenham.    SUAREZ WILL GET HIS TEETH INTO URUGUAY'S BID Uruguay skipper Nicolas...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Diego Costa scores his first Champions League goal for Chelsea in 4-0 win - FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED   

Chelsea got back to winning ways against Maccabi Tel Aviv after consecutive defeats by Crystal Palace and Everton.  Here, Sportsmail's Sami Mokbel picks out five things we learned from Chelsea's Group G victory.   Ruben Loftus-Cheek needs games Ruben...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Twickenham will be England's ace card but being tournament hosts can also be a distraction, insists Sir...

England’s World Cup squad have been watching inspirational videos at their Surrey base this week. There has been no recorded message of encouragement from Sir Clive Woodward, though. Not sought, not offered. Ad hoc inspirational speeches likewise....

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Roy Keane writes off Arsenal's Champions League hopes, insisting they will come up short after lacking...

Roy Keane has already written off Arsenal's chances of winning the Champions League, claiming the north London side will come up short once again in Europe. The Gunners started their Champions League campaign with a surprise 2-1 defeat in Dinamo...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

Manchester United fuming as Luke Shaw leg breaker Hector Moreno is named man-of-the-match after Champions...

Manchester United are upset with UEFA for naming Hector Moreno as man of the match in their defeat by PSV Eindhoven following his leg-breaking tackle on Luke Shaw. It emerged on Wednesday that the England defender is unlikely to play again this...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 

England winger Anthony Watson insists Stuart Lancaster's team can outrun Fiji flyers as he prepares for...

England may be about to face some of the most spontaneously dangerous attacking players in the world, but they are convinced they have the firepower to play Fiji at their own game. The opening fixture of this World Cup is widely seen as a culture...

Daily Mail, 01:18 in Sport
 


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