News archive from 29 January 2016

Man City's title hopes suffer huge blow with Kevin De Bruyne ruled out for 10 weeks

Man City's title hopes suffer huge blow with Kevin De Bruyne ruled out for 10 weeks

The Belgium ace collapsed in a heap towards the end of last night’s Capital One Cup triumph over Everton. Scans today revealed the damage to his knee and ankle was worse than expected and he will not return to the fold until late March or early...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
EU referendum: UK 'closes in on EU in-work benefits deal'

EU referendum: UK 'closes in on EU in-work benefits deal'

The UK is said to be closing in on a deal that would allow it to deny in-work benefits to workers from other parts of the EU for up to four years. A source close to the negotiations told the BBC the proposed arrangement with the EU would mean the UK...

BBC, 00:05 in Regional
 
Jamie Oliver says no reason why PM can't do right thing on childhood obesity

Jamie Oliver says no reason why PM can't do right thing on childhood obesity

Jamie Oliver has said there is no reason why David Cameron cannot do "the right thing" about a childhood obesity strategy.

 

Cecil Rhodes statue will not be removed, says Oxford University

The controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes will not be removed from Oriel college, Oxford University has said, despite a campaign by students who believe the British imperialist’s legacy should not be celebrated. The Rhodes Must Fall movement lobbied...

Guardian, 00:09 in Learning
 

Jamie Oliver says no reason why PM can't do right thing on childhood obesity

Jamie Oliver has said there is no reason why David Cameron cannot do "the right thing" about a childhood obesity strategy.

 

Roberto Martinez demands showdown talks with referee's chief Mike Riley after Everton's semi-final exit by...

Roberto Martinez wants a meeting with referees' chief Mike Riley in an attempt to find out why several high-profile calls have gone against Everton. The manager is furious about the incident that led to Manchester City's second goal in the Capital One...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Tom Ince says he's not as 'mouthy' as his dad was and Derby winger will use Ryan Giggs' advice against...

Tom Ince starts to motor when he recalls the best piece of advice given to him by Ryan Giggs. It explains as much about the Derby County player as it does Manchester United’s assistant manager. Giggs was a lodger at Paul Ince’s house when Alex...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

West Ham's Slaven Bilic insists 'no money in the world' would persuade him to sell star man Dimitri Payet

Not since Paolo Di Canio have West Ham had someone as influential as Dimitri Payet and the club should never sell their best player, insists Slaven Bilic. Di Canio spent four years at Upton Park and became a club legend as the fiery forward scored 48...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

West Brom in talks to snap up Sandro from Championship side Queens Park Rangers 

West Bromwich Albion have approached QPR about taking Sandro on loan until the end of the season. The 26-year-old Brazilian has not played for QPR since late December and was a target for Sunderland earlier in the window. The defensive midfielder has...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Darren Ambrose hoping to recreate 40-yard screamer as Colchester attempt FA Cup giant-killing against...

Colchester United midfielder Sammie Szmodics took a little while to own up to Darren Ambrose. It was the best goal of Ambrose’s career he had slagged off, after all, and in quite such a public forum. The former Newcastle winger joined the League One...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Gordon Reid admits 'he couldn't be happier' after winning marathon three-setter against Argentine Gustavo...

Britain's Gordon Reid won a marathon three-setter against Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez to reach the final of the Australian Open wheelchair event and admitted - he couldn't be happier. Reid had never reached the final of a Grand Slam before and was...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Louis van Gaal is floundering at Manchester United... but while Jose Mourinho may be an inspiring figure,...

Louis van Gaal looks increasingly haggard as he clings to his job at Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is so desperate for work that he is alleged to have posted a letter to Old Trafford setting out his credentials for succeeding Van Gaal. Rafa Benitez...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Tottenham U21 2-5 Chelsea U21: Ola Aina's wonder strike from inside his own half puts gloss on a dominant...

Ola Aina scored possibly the best goal of his short career so far as Chelsea U21s beat Tottenham U21s 5-2 in the quarter-finals of the Premier League International Cup on Thursday night at Stevenage's Lamex Stadium. It had been a fairly routine...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

'They sing we've got no history but we're making it!' insists MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman ahead of...

Pete Winkelman walked the length of the pitch and handed the Queen a red balloon. 'What do I do with this?' she asked him. 'Let it go Your Majesty,' he replied, and the head of state did as told. 'I think she quite liked letting it go,' smiled...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Louis van Gaal lacks traits which made Sir Alex Ferguson a Manchester United great

When Sir Alex Ferguson made his way up the stairs to the media centre at Carrington each Friday, there was always a sense of anxiety and anticipation. You had to bring your A-game. Nobody took a liberty with Fergie — or his football club — and got...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 


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