News archive from 29 April 2013, page 6

What we learned this weekend: Terry might not make England better, Chalobah among many Chelsea kids...

Ralph Ellis runs you through what we learned from the weekend's football... with some star turns and a look through the leagues, too. This week includes the debate on John Terry's possible England return, Everton's new found passing game and West Brom...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

PFA awards guests stunned as comic uses racist slurs and also jokes about Suarez

PFA chiefs stunned guests at their annual dinner by booking a comedian who repeatedly used racist slurs on stage during his act on Sunday night. Incredibly, after a year when the PFA has been at the centre of race storms involving John Terry, Ashley...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

After dishing out a 10-game ban when before a yellow card would suffice, now they're out to nail their...

What if the Football Association ran the legal system in this country? What a wonderful world that would be. The prosecution would appoint the judge and the jury and reimburse them for time and expenses, having first announced the verdict they would...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Weekend watch: There's life after Luis as Liverpool bite back with six goals

Liverpool produced their best team performance of the season at Newcastle and Luis Suarez was nowhere to be seen. Philippe Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge and Stewart Downing are £40m of talent so they shouldn't fall apart without the Uruguayan. Sturridge,...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Khan's fright night: Brave Brit survives another battering to set up world title shot

Amir Khan climbed off the canvas on Saturday night and into a world title fight later this year.That bald statement of fact conveys nothing of the grinding effort of will and gut-wrenching defiance of pain which made possible a tumultuous victory over...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Wolves face a double dip as the fans turn nasty... but who is to blame for this mess?

After Wolves' 2-1 defeat to Burnley at Molineux, angry fans rounded on the club as a second successive relegation looms. They would be the 11th club to suffer back-to-back demotions from the top-flight - and the first to have done so twice....

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

You've scored so why so glum, RVP? Returning striker dents Arsenal's hopes

This is the moment after Robin van Persie scored the goal which dented Arsenal's hopes of claiming a Champions League place -and you could see from his reaction that he still has feelings for his former club.Van Persie, sold for £24million last...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

On the road... Battling Wombles beat the wobbles to survive on day of high drama

There were people on the pitch and none of them thought it was all over. They knew it wasn't. They knew that AFC Wimbledon had lived to play another day. There will be another season, one at least, in the Football League, and there can be few corners...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

NEIL ASHTON: Talk of Arsenal title bid is hot air - Wenger's squad needs overhaul

When Arsene Wenger sits down before the start of next season, he will maintain that the target is to win the Barclays Premier League title.He does it every year, only his argument becomes less and less convincing each time Manchester United,...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Was Doncaster's win at Brentford the best finish to a season ever? 18 incredible seconds you couldn't make up

It was supposed to be a season in 90 minutes. It turned out to be a season in 18 seconds. The tightrope tussle between Brentford and Doncaster Rovers for promotion to the Championship remained in delicate balance until the very last breathtaking act...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Lescott admits he's thinking of quitting City to keep his World Cup dream alive

Joleon Lescott admits he may have to leave Manchester City in the summer to safeguard his World Cup ambitions.The prospect of John Terry coming out of international retirement would only increase competition in England's central defence and Lescott...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Pressure rises but Pardew remains defiant despite heaviest defeat of his career

Alan Pardew has vowed to fight on as Newcastle United boss after enduring his worst defeat as a manager and the club's heaviest home defeat for 88 years.Newcastle travel to Pardew's former club West Ham United on Saturday, reeling from the astonishing...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Villas-Boas must hope for Bale's best after subdued performance against Wigan

With time running out on Tottenham's latest attempts to get in to the Champions League places, Andre Villas-Boas must hope he sees the best from Gareth Bale.The Wales international - tipped to win last night's PFA Player of the Year award - is just...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Liverpool could strike multi-million sponsorship deal with Qatari firm Ooredoo... which may see Anfield...

Qatari telecom firm Ooredoo have been linked with a multi-million pound sponsorship deal with Liverpool, which could see the stadium renamed. Standard Chartered, Liverpool's current shirt sponsors, have 18 months remaining on the £20million per year...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Warburton will be Lion king as Welsh flanker prepares to be awarded captaincy

Sam Warburton is the hot favourite to be named Lions captain on Tuesday and Jonny Wilkinson's chances of joining him on the tour will be hotly debated after his match-winning exploits on Sunday.After a majestic performance at Twickenham which left...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 


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