News archive from 23 March 2014, page 5

Giggs insists United need to get back to Fergie's winning formula of pace and power

Ryan Giggs gave the game away about the current internal divisions at Manchester United when he spoke moments after his triumphant first-team return against Olympiacos. ‘When you have pace and power around, it is a joy to play in that midfield,’ said...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Katy and the monster: How two players from the same Under 11 team are eyeing World Cup success with England

Davey Wilson and Katy Mclean exchange hugs in the middle of Bath’s Recreation Ground, two England rugby players together one week after Six Nations campaigns that saw their teams just miss out on winning their respective championships. With Dan Cole...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

The Ginger Mourinho: As Burnley edge closer to making their Premier League dream a reality, Dyche insists:...

For privacy, he ushers us into a small, windowless room at Burnley’s training headquarters within the grounds of the National Trust park at Gawthorpe Hall, a short drive from Turf Moor. The effect is to make Sean Dyche even more imposing, if that is...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

McCoist concedes Rangers money woes may have frightened off Gunning

Ally McCoist admitted that the ongoing financial turmoil at Rangers may have sunk his bid to convince Dundee United defender Gavin Gunning to move to Ibrox. Gunning is out of contract in the summer and is one of the players McCoist would like to...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Magath accuses 10-man Fulham of lacking fight as Cottagers collapse against City

Fulham manager Felix Magath took a leaf out of Tim Sherwood’s book and criticised his side after they collapsed to a 5-0 defeat at Manchester City with only 10 men. Bottom club Fulham let in three goals in the final 25 minutes after defender Fernando...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Rodgers looks to sign Shaw as Liverpool join race to sign in-demand young left-back

0 View comments Liverpool will compete against Premier League rivals Manchester United and Chelsea in the race to sign Southampton and England golden boy Luke Shaw this summer. Manager Brendan Rodgers wants to bring in top talent to capitalise on...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Martinez in frame for Barca job if manager Martino departs Nou Camp this summer

Everton manager Roberto Martinez will be the surprise name on Barcelona’s shortlist should their manager, Gerardo Martino, leave at the end of the season. Powerbrokers at the Nou Camp are paying close attention to how the 40-year-old Spaniard is doing...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Silva says City must add Premier League title to Capital One Cup or face anti-climax

A quarter quadruple does not have much of a ring to it given that Manchester City were being touted for four trophies not long ago. The FA Cup and Champions League have gone and defeat in Tuesday’s derby against Manchester United would badly damage...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Curse of the Lions! Youngs admits Australia tour had negative effect on Leicester season

Ben Youngs admits that playing for the Lions has cost him and his Leicester team-mates dearly this season as the countdown for next year’s World Cup begins. Youngs left for Australia last summer as England’s first-choice scrum-half but he has since...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

England's Massaro has sights set on being world squash champion after booking Sherbini showdown

Laura Massaro will look to become England's first female world champion since Cassie Campion in 1999 when she faces Nour El Sherbini in the final on Sunday. Egyptian Sherbini, 18, pulled off one of the biggest shocks in squash history when she crushed...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Trott really was ill... and even burst into tears in the dressing room, claims Swann

Jonathan Trott did return home from England’s Ashes disaster because of stress-related illness - and was so bad he burst into tears in front of his team-mates, insists Graeme Swann. The astonishing revelation contradicts troubled Trott’s own claims...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Sherwood under review ahead of Spurs summer shake-up... with Van Gaal, Benitez and Pochettino in the frame...

Tottenham will undergo a wholesale rethink of the club’s structure, with the likely appointment of a new manager, at the end of the season. All senior positions from technical director Franco Baldini to head coach Tim Sherwood are under review. Louis...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Murray’s future is clouded in doubt after mystery of break-up with mentor Lendl

An empty seat on the Stadium Court in Miami on Saturday symbolised the uncertain future for Wimbledon champion Andy Murray without Ivan Lendl. To lessen the disappointment of the break-up with his coach, Murray had said Lendl ‘is going to come and...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

Tottenham starlet Bentaleb plumps for Algeria to save FA selection headache

French-born Tottenham teenager Nabil Bentaleb has saved the Football Association from one possible row over the future of the England national team. The 19-year-old, like Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj, might have qualified for England in the...

Daily Mail, 00:45 in Sport

'Buzzy' Bristol one of best cities

Bristol has been deemed "simply one of the best places to live in Britain" thanks to factors such as the city's "decent schools" and "buzzy culture". The accolade comes in the second part of The Sunday Times's Best Places...


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