News archive from 25 July 2015

Hull City: Robbie Brady set to depart for £7m while Sam Clucas to come in from Chesterfield

Hull City: Robbie Brady set to depart for £7m while Sam Clucas to come in from Chesterfield

Robbie Brady's proposed switch from Hull City to Norwich City is on the verge of being completed with the Tigers in negotiations with the Canaries to finalise a £7m exit from the KC Stadium. Brady's future has looked certain to be away from the Tigers...

 

David Rudisha prepares to put injury nightmare behind him as star targets return to form at Sainsbury's...

David Rudisha floating twice around the track on his way to Olympic gold and a new world record at a pace so punishing the silver medallist left the arena on a stretcher is one of the enduring stories of London 2012. Lord Coe called it the finest...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Tour de France threats, abuse and suspicion: Chris Froome can't shake off the slurs as Brit closes in on...

By the time Chris Froome and his Team Sky colleagues rode into Paris two years ago to celebrate a second British Tour de France victory in as many years, they had been assaulted by spectators so frequently their backs were covered in bruises. 'Geraint...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Chris Froome under fire from Greg LeMond as Tour legend wants proof of Team Sky stats, slamming marginal...

Three-time Tour de France champion Greg LeMond has become the highest-profile cyclist to comment on suspicions over Team Sky and Chris Froome's success. Froome, barring catastrophe, should win his second Tour on the Champs-Elysees this weekend. But he...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Talking Horses: Saturday’s best bets plus the latest racing news

If this King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes were run on fast ground, it would be very hard to oppose Golden Horn at any price – though there is perhaps one horse in the field that might tempt me – but Friday’s deluge at Ascot adds...

Guardian, 00:05 in Sport
 

UK music streaming hits high note of 500m songs per week

The revolution in the way we listen to music has passed another landmark, as more than 500m songs were streamed online in the UK in a single week, with Mark Ronson, Ed Sheeran and Rihanna among the most popular artists. The 505m audio streams in the...

 
Leeds Nostalgia: The shocking Labour election victory of 1945

Leeds Nostalgia: The shocking Labour election victory of 1945

Seventy years ago today Labour stood on the verge of making history by winning the General Election, ushering in one of the most radical periods in British politics. The 1945 Labour Government was responsible for creating the National Health Service,...

 
SNP anger over cash spent on EVEL voting system

SNP anger over cash spent on EVEL voting system

THE SNP was last night angered that taxpayers' money has been spent on new a House of Commons electronic voting system that will incorporate English Votes for English Laws (EVEL). The cash spent on the new system came in an answer to a parliamentary...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

Jodie Williams wants to see more female coaches in athletics as sprinter calls for  challenge to a 'man's...

Jodie Williams praised her ‘strong female’ training group and said she hoped their success would lead to greater equality for women working as athletics coaches. Williams is coached by Christine Bowmaker, one of only a handful of women in Britain to...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Phil Taylor puts in vintage display against Dave Chisnall as 15-time champion books place in last four of...

Phil Taylor extended his long unbeaten run at the World Matchplay Championship with a masterful display against Dave Chisnall on Friday night to advance to the semi-finals of the competition. Taylor, targeting an eighth successive title, made light...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Sir Ben Ainslie sets out on dream to bring 2021 America’s Cup to Portsmouth

Sir Ben Ainslie, the most successful sailor in Olympic history, is about to begin his greatest challenge. He already has one America’s Cup to his name yet this time the stakes have been raised, with Portsmouth poised for a weekend in the spotlight...

Guardian, 00:20 in Sport
 

Mo Farah enjoys ‘amazing’ homecoming with 3,000m Anniversary Games win

For once Mo Farah was merely good rather than extraordinary – and for once he did not mind a jot. Britain’s 5,000m and 10,000m Olympic and world champion had planned to take down Dave Moorcroft’s long-standing 3,000m British record of 7:32.79 – one of...

Guardian, 00:20 in Sport
 

Blow for Man City as Fabian Delph will almost certainly miss start of Premier League

Delph, who made a double U-turn on his £8million signing from Aston Villa, will not find out the extent of the problem until Sunday - but with just two weeks to go until the Premier League kicks-off he is unlikely to make it. The misery for manager...

 

Barcelona president backs Louis Van Gaal to restore Manchester United glory days

Van Gaal had two contrasting and controversial spells at the Nou Camp but is still hugely respected at the Catalan club. Champions League winners Barca take on United in the International Champions Cup in Santa Clara today (Sat) with Bartomeu...

 
Nottingham 40,000 student super-college merger agreed

Nottingham 40,000 student super-college merger agreed

A landmark move to create a city centre super-college for 40,000 students has been given the green light. Bosses at Central College Nottingham and New College Nottingham have been locked in talks over the proposal for at least two months, but only...

 


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