News archive from 20 May 2013

Newcastle 0 Arsenal 1: Koscielny's Muller-lite strike keeps Gunners in the elite

Laurent Koscielny went up, Gerd Muller-like, on the volley, and there it was. Arsene Wenger's sweet little 16. It was 1997 when Arsenal last began a season out of the Champions League, and the next campaign will be no exception.Needing to win to...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
ARSENAL'S SUCKER PUNCH

ARSENAL'S SUCKER PUNCH

LAURENT KOSCIELNY secured Arsenal's Champions League slot with a dramatic winner at Newcastle. And boss Arsene Wenger promptly predicted that his side will be a major force next year after this term's nail-biting finale. The Gunners' chief saw...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
DI CANIO LASHES OUT

DI CANIO LASHES OUT

PAOLO Di Canio labelled his Sunderland flops the most ignorant and arrogant players he has ever seen. And the Italian boss warned some of the Black Cats rebels will NEVER play for him again. Raging Di Canio launched a stunning attack after...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
ANDRE VILLAS-BOAS: REFEREE RUINED IT FOR US

ANDRE VILLAS-BOAS: REFEREE RUINED IT FOR US

ANDRE Villas-Boas slammed referee Andre Marriner and claimed he changed the outcome of Tottenham's season. Spurs were pipped to the final Champions League spot by Arsenal despite a 1-0 win over Sunderland. They were denied two stonewall penalties by...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
NEWCASTLE 0 - ARSENAL 1: ARSENE WENGER MAKES IT SWEET 16

NEWCASTLE 0 - ARSENAL 1: ARSENE WENGER MAKES IT SWEET 16

SWEET, sweet 16. That number feels just Champion for Arsene Wenger and his Arsenal players right now. On paper, this has been Wenger's least successful campaign since arriving at Arsenal in 1996. But next season will be the 16th successive year they...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
TOTTENHAM 1 - SUNDERLAND 0: GARETH BALE IS HERO AGAIN

TOTTENHAM 1 - SUNDERLAND 0: GARETH BALE IS HERO AGAIN

FOR once, not even Gareth Bale could pull it out the bag for Tottenham. The Welshman has spent all season keeping Spurs in the Champions League hunt with jaw-dropping moments of magic. He produced another ­yesterday, but this time ­brilliant Bale's...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
SIR ALEX FERGUSON GRUMBLES AT WEST BROM RESULT

SIR ALEX FERGUSON GRUMBLES AT WEST BROM RESULT

SIR Alex Ferguson bowed out with a glass of vintage red – and a little bit of a grumble. While he found a 2003 Bordeaux given to him by West Brom boss Steve Clarke to be to his taste he fired a parting shot to his players. Clarke said: “He...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
DERBY IN SIGHT FOR TELESCOPE

DERBY IN SIGHT FOR TELESCOPE

THE Investec Derby is back on the agenda for the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Telescope after an impressive piece of work at Newmarket yesterday. Ridden by Kevin Bradshaw, Telescope was joined by an older-horse handicapper under Ryan Moore, who will...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
HULL KR 48 - WAKEFIELD 18: DASHING MICHAEL DOBSON A SAVIOUR

HULL KR 48 - WAKEFIELD 18: DASHING MICHAEL DOBSON A SAVIOUR

MICHAEL DOBSON stopped the Rovers rot to loosen the noose around Craig ­Sandercock's neck. The future of Rovers coach Sandercock has been in doubt all season because of a dreadful run of form. The club say they will make a decision in the next few...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
TAI WOFFINDEN'S DIET OF SUCCESS

TAI WOFFINDEN'S DIET OF SUCCESS

TAI WOFFINDEN has the World Championship on a plate. He's binned the burgers and been on a strict diet since he was handed a shock wild card for the 2013 serie And he's in line to become Britain's first world champ since Mark Loram in 2000. The...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Local businesses 'among the most innovative in the UK'

Local businesses 'among the most innovative in the UK'

A REPORT publlished today by an influential think tank has shown that Coventry and Warwickshire’s business base is among the most innovative in the UK. The report – Driving Growth – undertaken by Centre for Cities for the Coventry and Warwickshire...

 
Touch of mischief from C&C’s chief, perhaps?

Touch of mischief from C&C’s chief, perhaps?

C&C CHIEF executive Stephen Glancey had a grin on his face last week after unveiling a rise in the Dublin-based drinks group's full-year profit - and it showed. Asked if he planned any further Scottish acquisitions after buying Tennent’s lager in...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
GCU ready to roll with rail operator

GCU ready to roll with rail operator

ScotRail has teamed up with Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) for a £126,000 research project aimed at improving the reliability and efficiency of the rail network. The deal, funded by ScotRail and the UK government, will support a two-year...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
Bring me sunshine: Shoppers back on high streets

Bring me sunshine: Shoppers back on high streets

Warmer weather drew shoppers back to Scotland's high streets in April and helped retailers open more stores, pushing the vacancy rate further below the UK average. Figures released today by the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) show a 1 per cent rise...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
Exporters seek ‘front line help’ from Osborne

Exporters seek ‘front line help’ from Osborne

GEORGE Osborne must use next month's spending review to boost "front line" support for exporters, business chiefs have warned, after a major survey laid bare the pitfalls facing firms that trade overseas. British Chambers of Commerce (BCC)...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 


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