News archive from 18 January 2013, page 17

HOT ANDY MURRAY BLOWS COLD ON DRUG SMEARS

HOT ANDY MURRAY BLOWS COLD ON DRUG SMEARS

Murray cruised into the third round with a 6-2, 6-2, 6-4 win over Portugal's Joao Sousa and is relishing his day off today, when he will watch the Lance Armstrong “confession” on TV. “I will definitely be watching, it will be interesting,” said the...

 
CHEAT LUIS SUAREZ KOPS A BLAST FROM BRENDAN RODGERS

CHEAT LUIS SUAREZ KOPS A BLAST FROM BRENDAN RODGERS

LUIS SUAREZ is facing a club fine and a potential FA charge after admitting he took a dive. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers read the riot act to his star striker, after hearing the Uruguayan admitted to against Stoke in October. Angry Rodgers yesterday...

Daily Star, 02:57 in Sport
 
GUS POYET WOULD MEND BROKEN BRIDGE AT CHELSEA

GUS POYET WOULD MEND BROKEN BRIDGE AT CHELSEA

The Chelsea legend believes that with Abramovich's first-choice Pep Guardiola now enticed away from Stamford Bridge by Bayern Munich, former Blues hero Poyet is the only man who can heal the wounds tearing the club apart. The effervescent Uruguyan is...

 
RORY MCILROY AND TIGER WOODS FLUFF THEIR LINES

RORY MCILROY AND TIGER WOODS FLUFF THEIR LINES

For world No 1 McIlroy, the doubts about his wisdom of switching to Nike clubs were raised again as he could shoot only a three-over 75 in the first round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Woods may have had his mind elsewhere as he struggled in...

 
Borders College chefs are reaching for the Michelin stars

Borders College chefs are reaching for the Michelin stars

Around 20 young chefs at Borders College are competing for their big break: a six-month scholarship in a restaurant run by the Michelin-starred chef Albert Roux. “It’s a fantastic opportunity for them,” the college’s Vicky MacDonald said of the...

 
ROMAN ABRAMOVICH RAGE OVER RAFA BENITEZ

ROMAN ABRAMOVICH RAGE OVER RAFA BENITEZ

ROMAN ABRAMOVICH will take complete control of picking Chelsea's next boss after being swayed into hiring Rafa Benitez. The Blues owner regrets employing the ex-Liverpool boss as interim manager after being advised by technical director Michael...

Daily Star, 03:00 in Sport
 
TROUBLED ASTON VILLA PUT ROBERTO DI MATTEO ON ALERT

TROUBLED ASTON VILLA PUT ROBERTO DI MATTEO ON ALERT

The Daily Express understands Villa have approached Di Matteo's representatives to enquire whether he would be interested in the job should they decide to ditch Paul Lambert - and the response has been encouraging. Villa owner Randy Lerner will stand...

 
TELL LAURA ROBSON WE LOVE HER

TELL LAURA ROBSON WE LOVE HER

At half-past midnight, thousands of fans who had stayed to watch a match which was never stylish but was utterly compelling, rose to acclaim her 2-6, 6-3, 11-9 triumph as the 2011 Wimbledon champion, Petra Kvitova, the world No 8, dragged herself into...

 
Why rest is as crucial as exercise in keeping fit: Breaks allow muscles to recover and makes the body get fitter faster

Why rest is as crucial as exercise in keeping fit: Breaks allow muscles to recover and makes the body get...

If your resolution to exercise more is leaving you tired out, put your feet up.Research suggests that short rest periods are just as important as the exercise itself. Taking it easy now and again not only allows the muscles to recover, it also makes...

Daily Mail, 03:31 in Health
 
Bar forced to close early after string of licensing breaches

Bar forced to close early after string of licensing breaches

A bar in Daventry has been forced to close at 11pm in the wake of licence breaches and disorder. The No.1 Pizza and Fish Bar in North Street, had an alcohol licence until midnight and stay open serving food and refreshments until 3am, but Daventry...

 

I was a cheat, a bully and I told one BIG LIE - cocky Armstrong shows no remorse as he answers Oprah's...

Lance Armstrong gave a full and frank confession to Oprah Winfrey in the sporting equivalent of Frost-Nixon as he admitted his entire career had been blighted by doping. The chat show host opened with six 'yes or no' questions for the disgraced...

Daily Mail, 04:11 in Sport
 

Britain set for blanket of snow

A blanket of snow will cover Britain on Friday with up to 12in (30cm) falling on higher ground, amid fears the latest bout of wintry weather will bring the transport network to its knees. Temperatures are expected to remain below zero in large parts...

 

Iran strengthened cyber capabilities after Stuxnet - U.S. general

General William Shelton, who heads Air Force Space Command and oversees the Air Force's cyber operations, declined to comment about Iran's ability to disrupt U.S. government computer networks, but said Tehran had clearly increased its efforts in that...

 

Cameron issues threat to quit EU

Prime Minister David Cameron has served notice that Britain could leave the European Union if its concerns about its membership are not resolved. Extracts from a speech that Mr Cameron was planning to make show that the Prime Minister intended to make...

 

Cameron issues threat to quit EU

Prime Minister David Cameron has served notice that Britain could leave the European Union if its concerns about its membership are not resolved. Extracts from a speech that Mr Cameron was planning to make show that the Prime Minister intended to make...

 


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