News archive from 22 March 2012

AYRE: DALGLISH NOT HUNG OUT TO DRY

AYRE: DALGLISH NOT HUNG OUT TO DRY

Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre has insisted manager Kenny Dalglish was not "hung out to dry" over the Luis Suarez racism saga, despite admitting mistakes were made. Dalglish found himself facing a tide of criticism as the Uruguayan...

Daily Star, 21:59 in Sport
 
Five talking points from Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea

Five talking points from Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea

1: Is Balotelli most under threat from Tevez?Mario Balotelli could lay his 15 goals in 29 City appearances on the table against Sergio Agüero's 24 in 41 as Carlos Tevez hovered on the bench. With numbers like these Roberto Mancini would hope that the...

Guardian, 22:01 in Sport
 

QPR 3 Liverpool 2: Mackie magic completes stunning Rangers comeback

Jamie Mackie struck in the last few minutes to complete an astonishing comeback by QPR over a bewildered Liverpool. The Reds led by two goals, but three goals in 13 minutes turned the game on its head. Shaun Derry, Djibril Cisse and Mackie were the...

Daily Mail, 22:05 in Sport
 

Newly-released prisoner assaulted mum in Darwen

A 24-YEAR-OLD man released from Preston prison at 9.30 am travelled back to Blackburn, went to probation, got himself drunk, travelled to Darwen and assaulted his mother before 2.30 pm. And his rapid re-offending lead Karl Jack Sharples straight back...

 

Manchester City 2 Chelsea 1: Tevez inspires Blues to crucial comeback victory

Carlos Tevez's return to action sparked Manchester City into life as they fought back to earn a vital win over Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium. The home side trailed to Gary Cahill's deflected effort early in the second half before the Argentine forward...

Daily Mail, 22:05 in Sport
 

Newly-released prisoner assaulted mum in Darwen

A 24-YEAR-OLD man released from Preston prison at 9.30 am travelled back to Blackburn, went to probation, got himself drunk, travelled to Darwen and assaulted his mother before 2.30 pm. And his rapid re-offending lead Karl Jack Sharples straight back...

 

Premier League: QPR 3 Liverpool FC 2

Liverpool FC lost 3-2 at QPR after throwing away a two-goal lead late in the game. Sebastian Coates scored a spectacular goal to give Liverpool FC the lead, with Dirk Kuyt doubling their advantage. But Shaun Derrym and Djibril Cisse scored in the...

Daily Post, 22:08 in Sport
 

FCC proposal could help Dish wireless plan

The Federal Communications Commission said it would develop rules to make a block of mobile satellite spectrum available for mobile broadband use. The proposal is in line with the agency's push to free up more airwaves to meet the booming demand for...

 
Wales Grand Slam hero Dan Lydiate: Six Nations award is 'massive honour'

Wales Grand Slam hero Dan Lydiate: Six Nations award is 'massive honour'

Wales Grand Slam hero Dan Lydiate insists being named Six Nations player of the championship will not alter his appetite for rugby's dark arts. The 24-year-old flanker was handed the award after turning in a series of outstanding displays to help...

Daily Post, 22:08 in Sport
 
VAN DER VAART SNATCHES POINT

VAN DER VAART SNATCHES POINT

Rafael van der Vaart scored a 93rd-minute equaliser in a 1-1 draw against Stoke as Tottenham avoided a fourth successive Barclays Premier League defeat but failed to get their Champions League challenge back on track. Cameron Jerome looked to have...

 
VERMAELEN MOVES GUNNERS UP TO THIRD

VERMAELEN MOVES GUNNERS UP TO THIRD

Arsenal moved up to third in the Barclays Premier League as Thomas Vermaelen's early header at Everton earned Arsene Wenger's men a 1-0 triumph and their sixth successive top-flight victory. The Gunners made a strong start and went in front in the...

 
LYDIATE STILL HAPPY ON THE DARK SIDE

LYDIATE STILL HAPPY ON THE DARK SIDE

Dan Lydiate's time as Wales' unsung hero may be at an end, but the flanker insists being named RBS 6 Nations player of the championship will not alter his appetite for rugby's dark arts. The Newport Gwent Dragons' blindside has earned himself a...

 
Adam is a local leader for the Olympics

Adam is a local leader for the Olympics

AN Evesham teenager has been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the London 2012 Olympics – and is urging others to do the same. Adam Johnson, who is a year 11 pupil at Evesham High School, has been selected to be a local leader. The...

 
Etch-A-Sketch: the Republican contest's most dangerous game

Etch-A-Sketch: the Republican contest's most dangerous game

Mitt Romney was forced on to the defensive on Thursday as a key aide appeared to compare the Republican frontrunner's political positions to a resettable Etch-A-Sketch. Asked if the former Massachusetts governor was in danger of leaning too far to the...

 

Bradford to lead ‘super-connected’ broadband revolution

Bradford to lead ‘super-connected’ broadband revolution Bradford will become one the UK’s first ‘super-connected’ cities with internet broadband speeds set to become up to ten times faster thanks to £15 million of Government cash. Chancellor George...

 


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