News archive from 20 June 2012, page 7

AC Milan weigh up move for Liverpool stopper Reina

AC Milan are considering a move for Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina. The Italians are rebuilding their squad after losing the Serie A title to Juventus.

Daily Mail, 00:24 in Sport
 
ZARA PHILLIPS CONFIRMED AS PART OF OLYMPICS EQUESTRIAN TEAM

ZARA PHILLIPS CONFIRMED AS PART OF OLYMPICS EQUESTRIAN TEAM

Confirmed as a member of the Equestrian Eventing Team yesterday, Phillips said she could not wait to move into her no-frills flat. “It will be great to get the atmosphere and buzz around the village,” said Phillips, who missed out on the last two...

 
Royal reception: Olympic torch arrives applauded by special guest

Royal reception: Olympic torch arrives applauded by special guest

THE Olympic Torch got a royal reception yesterday when it was welcomed to a stately home by Princess Beatrice. The princess was the special guest as the torch relay arrived at Harewood House, near Leeds, where hundreds of schoolchildren cheered...

Scotsman, 00:11 in Hot News
 
PLANNING CAN SAVE POUNDS OFF THE BILL

PLANNING CAN SAVE POUNDS OFF THE BILL

“With the exception of T-Mobile customers, the onus remains on mobile users to contact their network to find out what they can sign up to,” said Ernest Doku from uSwitch. “Calling your network before you jet off is as important as packing your...

 
TON-UP ALISTAIR COOK'S TRIBUTE TO TOM MAYNARD

TON-UP ALISTAIR COOK'S TRIBUTE TO TOM MAYNARD

ALASTAIR COOK led England to a NatWest Series triumph before paying his respects to tragic Tom Maynard. An embarrassingly easy eight-wicket victory with 30 balls to spare handed the Three Lions an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. But...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
ALAN PARDEW TO PAY PRICE OF SUCCESS

ALAN PARDEW TO PAY PRICE OF SUCCESS

NEWCASTLE are being forced to revise their spending plans this summer – because of their growing reputation in the transfer market. Toon boss Alan Pardew had hoped to snap up FC Twente striker Luuk de Jong, 21, for £8m and Lille full-back Mathieu...

Daily Star, 00:11 in Sport
 
Respect views of Falklands Islanders demands PM David Cameron

Respect views of Falklands Islanders demands PM David Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron last night confronted Argentina's president over the Falklands, as the two met at the G20 summit in Mexico. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner attempted to hand Mr Cameron a package marked UN – Malvinas but he refused to...

Scotsman, 00:11 in Hot News
 

Chelsea up bid for Moses after £4m rebuff as forward tells Wigan he wants out

Chelsea will return with an improved offer for Victor Moses after seeing a £4million offer rejected by Wigan. Manager Roberto Di Matteo is determined to land the Nigeria forward despite seeing his initial bid rejected by Wigan chairman Dave Whelan....

Daily Mail, 00:24 in Sport
 
TONIA COUCH SET TO APPEAL OLYMPICS NON-SELECTION

TONIA COUCH SET TO APPEAL OLYMPICS NON-SELECTION

Monique Gladding was chosen to represent GB in the individual event, with Couch selected alongside Sarah Barrow in the platform synchro.

 
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IT'S A LOW BLOW TO CALL US BORING

IT'S A LOW BLOW TO CALL US BORING

JOACHIM Low last night hit back at critics of Germany's football. Germany topped Group B with three wins out of three to set up a quarter-final clash with Greece in Gdansk on Friday. But they have still been accused of failing to reproduce their...

Daily Star, 00:11 in Sport
 
GREEKS DEMAND TO BE SAVED A THIRD TIME

GREEKS DEMAND TO BE SAVED A THIRD TIME

The debt-ravaged country has already been handed £200billion in two rescue deals from the EU and the International Monetary Fund. But a new coalition will seek a further cash injection under intense pressure from markets and world powers. New...

 

White Light at end of tunnel for fans

George Michael is celebrating the 30th anniversary of his first single by debuting his first song since recovering from a bout of pneumonia. The singer was forced to suspend his tour last year and his new recording White Light offers his fans the...

Scotsman, 00:11 in Hot News
 
LAST WEST BROM BID FOR BEN FOSTER

LAST WEST BROM BID FOR BEN FOSTER

WEST BROM are set to make a £3.75m ‘take it or leave it' bid for former England keeper Ben Foster. New Baggies boss Steve Clarke is eager to get the ­Foster saga sorted once and for all. The 29-year-old is the No.1 choice but Clarke and Albion's...

Daily Star, 00:11 in Sport
 

McCartney guitar is going, going...

Sir Paul McCartney will help raise thousands of pounds for charity when he auctions off one of his trademark bass guitars later this month. The star has donated his instrument to raise funds for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.

Scotsman, 00:11 in Hot News
 


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