News archive from 24 August 2016

Emre Can injury "not serious" says Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

An injury to Emre Can threatened to sour Liverpool's evening following a comprehensive EFL Cup win at Burton but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp allayed fears over the midfielder. Can came off midway through the second half of Tuesday night's 5-0 victory after...

Belper News, 00:02 in Sport
 

Walter Mazzari accuses Watford of complacency after EFL Cup exit to Gillingham

Watford manager Walter Mazzari slammed the complacent attitude of his players after they threw away a one-goal lead to lose to Gillingham in the EFL Cup second round. After Odion Ighalo broke the deadlock, the Hornets rode their luck when Bradley Dack...

Belper News, 00:02 in Sport
 

Antonio Conte: Only Sam Allardyce and John Terry can decide on England future

Antonio Conte insists only John Terry and Sam Allardyce can decide whether the Chelsea captain should end his self-imposed England exile. Terry retired from international football in 2012 but Allardyce, who names his first England squad on Sunday, has...

Belper News, 00:02 in Sport
 

Brendan Rodgers 'immensely proud' of Celtic for Champions League achievement

Brendan Rodgers suffered "probably the longest 90 minutes" of his managerial career as Celtic survived a scare against Hapoel Be'er Sheva to reach the Champions League group stage for the first time in three years with a 5-4 aggregate. The...

Belper News, 00:02 in Sport
 

Steaua Bucharest coach Laurentiu Reghecampf claims his side would need 500m euros to compete with...

Steaua Bucharest coach Laurentiu Reghecampf claims his team would need 500million euros to compete with Manchester City. Reghecampf is already resigned to defeat in his side's Champions League play-off against City, having lost the first leg 5-0 in...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Brendan Rodgers relieved after Celtic suffer Champions League scare but progress against Hapoel Beer Sheva

Brendan Rodgers heaved a sigh of relief after branding a nervy Champions League triumph over Hapoel Beer Sheva his longest night in football. Craig Gordon's 14th minute penalty save proved the thin line between a potential £30million bounty and a...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Owen Smith puts economy at centre of his pitch for Labour leadership

Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith has vowed to address the country's economic problems if he beats Jeremy Corbyn in next month's election, telling voters: "What you won't get from me is some lunatic at the top of the Labour Party." In an...

 

Emre Can injury "not serious" says Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

An injury to Emre Can threatened to sour Liverpool's evening following a comprehensive EFL Cup win at Burton but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp allayed fears over the midfielder. Can came off midway through the second half of Tuesday night's 5-0 victory after...

 

Walter Mazzari accuses Watford of complacency after EFL Cup exit to Gillingham

Watford manager Walter Mazzari slammed the complacent attitude of his players after they threw away a one-goal lead to lose to Gillingham in the EFL Cup second round. After Odion Ighalo broke the deadlock, the Hornets rode their luck when Bradley Dack...

 
Arsenal defender search continues: Scouts sent to watch long-term target

Arsenal defender search continues: Scouts sent to watch long-term target

The Gunners are in desperate need of another defender with Per Mertesacker and Gabriel both out injured. And with their attempts to land key target Shkodran Mustafi falling on deaf ears, Manolas is now being lined up, the Daily Mail claim. The report...

 
Liverpool midfielder suffers injury blow in EFL Cup clash: Jurgen Klopp provides update

Liverpool midfielder suffers injury blow in EFL Cup clash: Jurgen Klopp provides update

The midfielder suffered an ankle injury in the Reds’ 5-0 EFL Cup victory over Burton this evening. And Klopp confirmed it was the same foot which caused Can issues at the end of last season. With the possibility of the ankle problem recurring, the...

 
Zika virus: SEVENTY UK travellers infected and Caribbean destinations pose 'biggest risk'

Zika virus: SEVENTY UK travellers infected and Caribbean destinations pose 'biggest risk'

Zika does not occur naturally in the UK, however Public Health England has revealed a total of 72 cases have been diagnosed in UK travellers since 2015. Health bosses at the organisation have revealed 50 cases have been diagnosed in UK travellers to...

 
Struggle with sleepless nights? Eat breakfast and drink water, says expert on This Morning

Struggle with sleepless nights? Eat breakfast and drink water, says expert on This Morning

The expert joined This Morning hosts Ruth and Eamonn to give her advice to viewers who struggle every night to get the rest they need.  Ruth, who admitted she never had a problem nodding off at night, questioned what people can do to get their head...

 
Daughter's tears for expat Scot killed in hit-and-run incident in Spain

Daughter's tears for expat Scot killed in hit-and-run incident in Spain

THE daughter of an expat Scot killed in a hit-and-run yesterday paid tribute to a “brilliant” dad and grandad. Robert Sneddon, 61, was mowed down while crossing a road in the Costa Blanca resort of Guardamar del Segura. The retired psychiatric nurse...

 

MPs call for national ban on microbeads in cosmetics

The UK should impose a national ban on plastic microbeads being used in cosmetic products because of the threat they pose to marine life, human health and the environment, according to MPs. The call comes in response to a new report from the UK...

 


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