News archive from 25 October 2013

CESC FABREGAS EXCLUSIVE: Ozil can inspire this Arsenal side to win the title... and my wish is to go back...

0 View comments If he wasn't playing alongside Leo Messi, Neymar and Andres Iniesta, then you can imagine there might even be some envy creeping in. What would Cesc Fabregas have done alongside Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere and Aaron...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Here's an idea for FIFA... stop rewarding the racist boneheads with showpiece events!

Maybe we should give them another tournament. That's what those boneheads need. More love. UEFA presented Moscow with the Champions League final in 2008, FIFA handed Russia the 2018 World Cup, what else is there? The European Championship, of course,...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Black players could boycott 2018 Russia World Cup, warns City midfielder Toure after more racist abuse in...

TODAY'S POLL Should CSKA Moscow be banned over Toure abuse? Yes No VOTE POLL RESULTS Close All polls Click to view yesterday's poll results Yaya Toure has warned Russia they face a World Cup boycott by black players unless more is done to...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

His legacy has been damaged: Classy riposte from Rodgers over Fergie's spiteful jibes over Gerrard and...

As a bright young manager endeavouring to establish himself at one of the world's biggest football clubs, Brendan Rodgers would not have taken on Sir Alex Ferguson with any great relish on Thursday. He did so out of a sense of duty and a need to...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
UK economy: The view from the North East

UK economy: The view from the North East

If there's any part of the UK that's looking forward to the benefits of growth, it's the North East of England. It has the highest rate of unemployment and the lowest rate of job creation in the country. More than 20% of workers in the North East are...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Meet the real Siri, and other iconic voices of technology

Meet the real Siri, and other iconic voices of technology

Millions of people hear their voices every day - but would you recognise them if you saw them walking down the street? Well maybe now you will. The BBC met the faces behind four of the most famous and iconic voices heard in technology today. Jon...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
The apps changing South Africa's transport services

The apps changing South Africa's transport services

Getting around without your own car in South Africa can drive you crazy, pardon the pun. Continue reading the main story Special Report: The Technology of Business Crowdfunding the arts in South Africa Rwanda targets knowledge economy Why tech giants...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Leah Busque: How Taskrabbit grew by leaps and bounds

Leah Busque: How Taskrabbit grew by leaps and bounds

One thing many entrepreneurs have in common is the way they respond to problems they find irritating or annoying. Instead of just accepting the frustrations they encounter, they try to do something to fix the situation. The result can often be a new...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 

From a galaxy far, far away... Lady Gaga leaves her hotel in a giant, triangular hair-covered mask with a...

236 View comments Looks like Lady Gaga is hoping for a role in the next Star Wars movie. The singer left her hotel in Berlin wearing giant triangular mask, covered in fur, and featuring a golden beak from Charlie Le Mindu Fall 2013 Haute Coiffure...

 

It's a paint spill! The Saturdays wear abstract art-infused outfits with patent leather to Poppy Appeal...

7 View comments They're musical artists, but The Saturdays brushed a little abstract into their outfits on Thursday night. The band - minus new mother Frankie Sandford - wore colourful paint -spill style tops and skirts with patent leather to launch...

 

Come fly with me! Georgia May Jagger wears lace and leather to BA event in Hong Kong

She's a jet-setting fashion model, who has taken part in shoots all across the world, but on Thursday Georgia May Jagger found herself in Hong Kong in stylish fashion. The daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, was guest of honour as British Airways...

 

Firebrand Fergie fans the flames with barbs at Rafa, Keane, Beckham and more... but were you really...

Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography has been gone through by enough fine tooth-combs to delouse a pack of wild dogs in the Australian outback but one paragraph seems to have escaped the attention of his more critical reviewers. The charge of betraying...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

Ain't no mountain high enough! Ex-England and United hero Robson scales Kilimanjaro

Bryan Robson has reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest free-standing mountain in the world. The 56-year-old ex-England captain completed the trek on Thursday with former Manchester United teammate Kevin Moran, son Ben and daughter...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

Pulis in the frame for Palace job as former Stoke boss gets set for talks with Parish

Tony Pulis will meet Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish for talks over the vacant manager's job. The former Stoke boss is believed to be Palace's preferred option to replace Ian Holloway, who left on Wednesday after 11 months in charge. Talks:...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 

Lambert would support player walk off if racially abused, calls for tougher penalties

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert would support his players if they walked off the pitch in protest at racist abuse during a game. The issue of racism in football hit the headlines again this week when Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was...

Daily Mail, 00:26 in Sport
 


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