News archive from 28 January 2013

OLDHAM BOSS PAUL DICKOV FACES SACK DESPITE LIVERPOOL SHOCK

OLDHAM BOSS PAUL DICKOV FACES SACK DESPITE LIVERPOOL SHOCK

PAUL Dickov's reward for kicking Liverpool out of the FA Cup will be the sack. The Oldham manager saw his side put a long run of poor league form behind them to stun Brendan Rodgers' Kop fl ops 3-2. It puts the Latics in the last 16 for the first time...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
OLDHAM 3 - LIVERPOOL 2: KEEPER BRAD JONES PLAYS THE FALL-GUY

OLDHAM 3 - LIVERPOOL 2: KEEPER BRAD JONES PLAYS THE FALL-GUY

OLDHAM'S beanpole striker Matt Smith's previous claim to fame was that he used to partner comedian Jack Whitehall up front for the Manchester University football team. Last night, the 6ft 6ins international business studies graduate snatched two...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
IT'S MILLWALL NEXT FOR HERO LUTON

IT'S MILLWALL NEXT FOR HERO LUTON

LUTON'S reward for becoming the first non-league club ever to knock out a Premier League team is an FA Cup fifth-round draw at home to Millwall. Paul Buckle's Hatters entertain the Championship club at Kenilworth Road – and Scott Rendell will be...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
BRENTFORD 2 - CHELSEA 2: BEES STING THE BLUES

BRENTFORD 2 - CHELSEA 2: BEES STING THE BLUES

BRENTFORD yesterday accused FA Cup holders Chelsea of not trying hard enough and hating having them in their faces. Bees boss Uwe Rosler claimed the God of football had supported his team when the Blues were denied a clear 93rd-minute penalty for...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
BRENTFORD 2 - CHELSEA 2: MARCELLO TROTTA MAKES PLONKERS OF THE BLUES

BRENTFORD 2 - CHELSEA 2: MARCELLO TROTTA MAKES PLONKERS OF THE BLUES

CHELSEA'S troubled season hit a new low as the League One minnows came so close to pulling off one of the great FA Cup shocks. The Bees of Brentford did not just sting the pride of the Blues yesterday, they also put another huge dent in their fragile...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
FORMER CHELSEA STAR DIDIER DROGBA IN POSSIBLE GALATASARY MOVE

FORMER CHELSEA STAR DIDIER DROGBA IN POSSIBLE GALATASARY MOVE

CHELSEA legend Didier Drogba was closing in on a dramatic return to European football last night after his management company confirmed Galatasaray had made a bid to sign the striker. Speculation has been rife that Chelsea's Champions League-winning...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
HURRICANE FLY LANDS HAT-TRICK

HURRICANE FLY LANDS HAT-TRICK

HURRICANE FLY oozed class as he landed the BHP Insurance Irish Champion Hurdle for the third year running at Leopardstown yesterday. It was a one-two for trainer Willie Mullins, as Thousand Stars held off the returning Binocular for second. Bookmakers...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
BILLYMATT IS ONE TO BEAT

BILLYMATT IS ONE TO BEAT

BILLYMATT (9.07), touched off in the heats after a modest start, may get the run of things in the £400 Worthington's Sprint Trophy final at Nottingham tonight. The Romford raider has been involved in five short-head finishes in his last 14 races,...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
NOT AS SUPER AS CLUBS FACE CRISIS

NOT AS SUPER AS CLUBS FACE CRISIS

SUPER LEAGUE clubs are on the edge of “a financial abyss” with combined debts of more than £60m, says a sports finance specialist. Rob Wilson, from Sheffield Hallam University, came up with the shock prediction after analysing the balance sheets of 11...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
LOUIE MCCARTHY-SCARSBROOK OF ST HELENS: WIN DROUGHT NO LAUGHING MATTER

LOUIE MCCARTHY-SCARSBROOK OF ST HELENS: WIN DROUGHT NO LAUGHING MATTER

ST HELENS forward Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook says he can be loud, brash and the joker in the team. But when it comes to boasting about trophies, the 27-year-old goes deathly quiet – because he's won nothing. It's a black mark on his career that the...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
NOT AS SUPER AS CLUBS FACE CRISIS

NOT AS SUPER AS CLUBS FACE CRISIS

SUPER LEAGUE clubs are on the edge of “a financial abyss” with combined debts of more than £60m, says a sports finance specialist. Rob Wilson, from Sheffield Hallam University, came up with the shock prediction after analysing the balance sheets of 11...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
TYSON FURY LINES UP A HARD TEST WITH STEVE CUNNINGHAM

TYSON FURY LINES UP A HARD TEST WITH STEVE CUNNINGHAM

TYSON FURY is lining up hard man Steve Cunningham for his American debut in New York on April 20. Fury had been training in Belgium preparing for a March date, but has now returned to his family home in Morecambe for a break. Cunningham, 36, is a...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
SAD ANDY MURRAY'S SKINNED

SAD ANDY MURRAY'S SKINNED

BRAVE Andy Murray ran until the skin came off his feet. But he refused to blame the blisters as he crashed to a four-set defeat to Novak Djokovic yesterday. Murray needed a medical time-out in the third set to treat a nasty foot sore – and the pain...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Al-Qaeda planning kidnap of Brits in Libya

Al-Qaeda planning kidnap of Brits in Libya

AL-QAEDA is plotting to kidnap German and British citizens in Libya, a respected Germany magazine reported yesteday. Britain and Germany were among several western countries to urge their nationals to leave the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on...

 
Sponsored by Woody Guthrie’s story retold thanks to Johnny Depp

Sponsored by Woody Guthrie’s story retold thanks to Johnny Depp

Woody Guthrie captured the mood of Great Depression America in his songs. Now, 46 years after his death, another legacy of the troubadour of the poor is about to surface thanks to a new publishing company set up by Johnny Depp. IN FEBRUARY 1940, a gay...

 


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