News archive from 24 March 2017, page 11

Arsenal star tears into ‘impatient’ fans: They need to understand this

Arsenal star tears into ‘impatient’ fans: They need to understand this

Ongoing speculation over Arsene Wenger’s future has had an adverse effect on Arsenal, as they have lost four of their past five Premier League games. The majority of fans have called for Wenger to step down immediately, as they want someone new to...

 
German protestors chant ‘HEIL MERKEL’ as they march against chancellor’s visit to Halle

German protestors chant ‘HEIL MERKEL’ as they march against chancellor’s visit to Halle

Seething demonstrators came out to protest the German leader’s arrival, with many holding red banners and flags bering an image of two hands pressed together in a ‘diamond’ shape – Merkel’s distinctive gesture. Protestors marched through the streets...

 

The 10 goalkeepers Liverpool should target in the summer... ex-Prem star makes the cut

The 10 goalkeepers Liverpool should target Thursday, 23rd March 2017 LIVERPOOL could look for someone to solve their goalkeeping crisis soon. 1 / 11 GETTY The 10 goalkeepers Liverpool could target in the January transfer window “Former England star...

Daily Star, 05:02 in Sport
 
Chelsea and Man City star duo had the perfect development - Roberto Martinez

Chelsea and Man City star duo had the perfect development - Roberto Martinez

The international stars have built strong reputations for themselves in European football. But they were put to the test early on in their professional careers. After struggling to earn a first-team role at Chelsea, creative midfielder De Bruyne left...

 

Don’t miss out! Final countdown is under way to digital job fair in Leeds

The final countdown is under way to the third Leeds Digital Job Fair – and organisers say the event should be bigger and better than ever. More than 50 employers are due to have a presence at the fair, which is taking place at the First Direct Arena...

 

Leicester Mercury moves from St George Street after half a decade

Half a century of newspaper history comes to an end today as the Mercury says goodbye to its St George Street headquarters. The paper's staff of 170 will be leaving the building for good at the end of the working day. From tomorrow, the staff will be...

 
Man United star on the move: His house is already up for sale

Man United star on the move: His house is already up for sale

The Belgium international has experienced mixed fortunes since he joined the Red Devils from Everton in 2013. And although Jose Mourinho seemed to find a role for him this term, he's started just six of their last 15 games. Fellaini was linked with a...

Daily Star, 05:11 in Sport
 
Kim Jong-un ready to launch NUCLEAR test 'AT ANY MOMENT', warns South Korean expert

Kim Jong-un ready to launch NUCLEAR test 'AT ANY MOMENT', warns South Korean expert

US and South Korean forces have been closely assessing North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear site in the barren eastern coast for signs of potential nuclear activity, an anonymous official revealed. Pyongyang appears hell-bent on continuing with its...

 
Real Madrid chief Perez: I hope this player stays and links up with Man Utd target

Real Madrid chief Perez: I hope this player stays and links up with Man Utd target

Speculation over the France international’s future has come into question of late with concerns over his position at the club. Reports suggest Cristiano Ronaldo even believes Benzema needs to go so they can bring in fresh talent in the summer in order...

 

Dean Walling recalls 'Battle of Moss Rose' from Lincoln City's last promotion campaign

Former Lincoln City skipper Dean Walling recalls the infamous 'Battle of Moss Rose' during the Imps' last promotion-winning campaign in 1998. When you're challenging for promotion, there are bound to be a few setbacks along the way. It happened the...

 

Bands needed to play along Lincoln 10k route to encourage runners

Organisers of the Lincoln 10k are still searching for bands to join their team and encourage runners along the route. There is not a lot of time left to enter for the race, which takes place on Sunday, April 2 at 11am. Thousands of runners will be...

 
Poll finds unprecedented uncertainty among French voters before presidential election

Poll finds unprecedented uncertainty among French voters before presidential election

A month before the first round of France's presidential election, 43 percent of voters are hesitant about who to vote for, a poll said on Friday, underlining the uncertainty surrounding the volatile election campaign. Opinion polls show independent...

 

Hong Kong likely to choose Beijing's pick for leader amid tension, economic malaise

Hong Kong on Sunday will likely select Beijing's favoured candidate for its next leader who some say will further divide a city where middle class families have become increasingly disaffected by political tension and economic hardship. The former...

 

Hong Kong prosecutes captain, shipper in Singapore troop carriers case

Hong Kong authorities have launched a prosecution against the captain of the ship and shipping agent involved in transporting nine Singaporean armoured vehicles seized in the city last November. Hong Kong customs officers seized the Terrex troop...

 

How would Merseyside deal with a "mass casualty" disaster?

The head of emergency planning for the NHS in Merseyside says the region’s health services are well prepared to deal with a Westminster-style attack that led to mass casualties. Jim Deacon revealed that, coincidentally Merseyside’s hospitals took part...

 


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