News archive from 26 December 2013

Bottom at Christmas but it's not goal-shy strikers fault, insists Sunderland No 2

Sunderland assistant manager Charlie Oatway refuses to blame the club's misfiring strikers for leaving them bottom of the table at Christmas. Steven Fletcher, Jozy Altidore and even derby hero Fabio Borini have scored fewer goals between them than the...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Ings, Ince and Schmeichel... but who else makes our top 10 Football League players to snap up in the...

With the transfer window looming over managers, chairmen and directors of football at Premier League clubs, it's time to look at some of the players who could be up for grabs for the sides needing reinforcement. But before the English elite look to...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Jess Ennis gets all the attention when we're out! Squash champion Matthew accepts living in his close...

Nick Matthew accepts with good grace the scenario that so often unfolds when he and good friend Jessica Ennis, fellow Sheffield sports star, go out to a restaurant with their respective spouses. "We hardly ever have a meal when someone does not...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

By George! Wales and Lions wing North's FIVE most memorable moments from 2013

Wales and Lions wing, George North, has been one of the stand-out performers in world rugby during 2013. Here, as the year draws to a close, Sportsmail's superstar columnist looks back on his top five highlights from a memorable, successful 12...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

'I was ready to conquer the world... instead I almost quit athletics'... Sprinter Brown reflects on injury...

Remember the famous song by The Specials about doing Too Much Too Young? The same could, perhaps, be said for 18-year-old Paralympian Sally Brown. She has left arm dysmelia - her left arm did not develop from the elbow - but her legs work much faster...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Think you're an expert on everything from Murray to McIlroy? Try our 2013 Sports Quiz

After a sparkling 2012, not many would have expected 2013 to rival it for honours, tension and drama in the world of sport. But how much do you know about the last 12 months? Test your knowledge with Sportsmail's 2013 Sports Quiz. SCROLL DOWN TO THE...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Kevin Pietersen skips England's team Christmas dinner for third time running ahead of fourth Ashes Test

England's talisman batsman Kevin Pietersen, who has described team spirit on this desperate Ashes tour as "not that bad', was nevertheless one of the squad who chose to miss the players' Christmas lunch yesterday. It was the third time in a row...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Life is different for a footballer around Christmas time... but picking up bookings to avoid the festive...

Christmas is a wonderful time of year to celebrate with your family and friends, but life is a bit different for the players preparing for the Boxing Day games. Some players didn't like playing over the festive period, and you could see a few picking...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Bryan Robson's Kilimanjaro diary: After a game I'd lie exhausted on the floor, but nothing came close to this

Former England captain Bryan Robson has battled back from throat cancer. To raise money for children's charities through the Manchester United Foundation, the 56-year-old climbed Mount Kilimanjaro... and raised £115,000! Here he opens his diary...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

The feast after the turkey! Free-scoring title chasers City and Liverpool can cash in after bore-draw at...

If anybody took something positive from Monday night's disappointing draw between Arsenal and Chelsea in the Barclays Premier League, it will have been the two clubs who meet at the Etihad Stadium this evening. Certainly we can be sure that a meeting...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

New 'Roberto Carlos' Flanagan aims to help Liverpool stop City in their tracks

It has been a month like no other for Jon Flanagan. First came a man-of-the-match performance in the Merseyside derby, which earned a glowing tribute from Steven Gerrard. Next came a training session which Brendan Rodgers stopped for Liverpool's squad...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Chairman, chief scout, secretary, manager... Noades was a pioneer and will be missed

He was one hundred miles per hour, Ron. Not everyone's cup of tea, but he got things done and knew what he wanted. I first met him in 1975 when I was a coach at Wimbledon. The first time I ever saw him, he had a pair of white shoes on and was stood...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

I'd love to be like Harry... and I wouldn't mind being a pound note behind him either, says new Spurs boss...

For a few seconds during the victory at Southampton, Spurs fans burst into a chorus of: "There's only one Harry Redknapp'. It was probably meant to be a taunt to the home fans, relegated under Redknapp in 2005, rather than a yearning for their...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Anelka set to boost Baggies with veteran striker ready to take on old rivals Spurs

West Bromwich Albion caretaker manager Keith Downing has denied rumours Nicolas Anelka is coasting to the end of his career at the club, insisting the former France striker will have a part to play over the holiday period, starting at Tottenham....

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

We need a Christmas bonus for top 10 finish, says Swansea star Rangel (but they play Chelsea, City and...

Angel Rangel believes Swansea need a Christmas bonus if they are to finish in the top 10. Swansea have struggled to match last season in the Barclays Premier League amid a Europa League campaign and sit 11th in the table. An intimidating run of...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 


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