News archive from 23 March 2014, page 7

Manuel Pellegrini predicts any of top four can win the title

Manuel Pellegrini predicts any of top four can win the title

Pellegrini's team moved up to third with a 5-0 demolition of 10-man Fulham at the Etihad Stadium, with Yaya Toure scoring his first hat-trick for the club. City, who are six points behind leaders Chelsea, control their own destiny as they have three...

 
Fabian Delph's the package for Roy Hodgson's World Cup plans

Fabian Delph's the package for Roy Hodgson's World Cup plans

Almost five years after Delph's £6.5million move from Leeds, Villa fans are finally seeing what all the fuss was about back in 2009 when the 24-year-old was signed by Martin O'Neill. Injuries over the years have not helped Delph's cause, although a...

 
England's hopes are hit by rain and Brendon McCullum's blitz

England's hopes are hit by rain and Brendon McCullum's blitz

Having finally got their act together with the bat to post 172 in their 20 overs, England were cursing after the win slipped from their grasp when they were on target to win just six balls before rain arrived. It was hard not to admire the brilliant...

 
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists: We can still win league title!

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists: We can still win league title!

It left the Liverpool fans singing the old song about 'We're going to win the league' - and it prompted manager Brendan Rodgers to admit the supporters can begin to 'believe and dream'. He said: "When you see your team score six goals away from...

 
Mark Hughes: Villa scared to face former ace Ireland

Mark Hughes: Villa scared to face former ace Ireland

Ireland joined Stoke from Villa on a season-long loan deal in September, which was then made permanent in the transfer window. But Villa included a clause in the contract that prevents the 27-year old from playing today when the Potters visit Villa...

 

Protesters in Chile keep heat on Bachelet to make good on reforms

Police said there were 25,000 protesters but organizers of the march said at least 100,000 people turned out, even without core groups of student protesters active in the past. Those activists said they would not take part because they are working...

 

TD quits over teen Facebook message

An Irish parliamentarian has dramatically resigned after admitting sending inappropriate messages to a teenage girl over the social networking website Facebook. Hours before a Sunday newspaper hit the stands with revelations about Patrick Nulty, he...

 
Scottish independence: New poll shows Yes shift

Scottish independence: New poll shows Yes shift

THE gap between the Yes and No votes in the independence referendum has narrowed, according to an opinion poll that delivers a double blow to those fighting to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom. The new survey for Scotland on Sunday suggests a swing...

Scotsman, 01:11 in Politics
 
Striking shortlist for Scots architecture awards

Striking shortlist for Scots architecture awards

Eyecatching offices made from shipping containers, a brightly coloured northern

 

'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...

 

Galahad claims Euro super bantamweight crown with dominant win over Prado

Kid Galahad claimed the European super bantamweight title in Sheffield on Saturday night with a convincing unanimous decision over Spain's Sergio Prado. Home favourite Galahad dominated from start to finish and the durable Prado had no answer for the...

Daily Mail, 01:33 in Sport
 
Venezuela death toll rises to 34 as troops and protesters clash

Venezuela death toll rises to 34 as troops and protesters clash

Troops briefly clashed with a small group of protesters who attempted to block a highway in an upscale neighbourhood of Caracas after thousands of opposition sympathizers marched to demand the release of students imprisoned during the unrest....

 

'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...

 
Polls Show Post-Budget Bounce For Tories

Polls Show Post-Budget Bounce For Tories

The Conservatives are enjoying a post-Budget bounce, with polls putting them almost neck and neck with Labour. According to a YouGov poll for the Sunday Times, the Conservatives are on 36 points with Labour on 37. It is the smallest advantage the...

 
Attempted robbery at Doncaster charity office

Attempted robbery at Doncaster charity office

Staff at a Doncaster charity were left shaken after an attempted knifepoint robbery at their offices. The alleged incident happened early on Thursday morning at the offices of The Victoria Cross Trust on Netherhall Road. In a series of tweets, staff...

 


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