News archive from 29 September 2013

THE FOOTBALL GRAPEVINE: Balotelli may join Suarez at Liverpool, Ravel could be on his way to the World Cup...

Welcome to Sportsmail's brilliant weekly column that gives you access to the secrets of the football world. Each week on MailOnline, ROB SHEPHERD will deliver the latest stunning stories, whispers and intrigue from football's corridors of power......

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Mourinho to decide Terry's fate with Chelsea defender's contract set to run out next year

Jose Mourinho will have the power to decide whether John Terry is given a new contract at Chelsea. Terry, who equalised for Chelsea in their 1-1 draw with Tottenham on Saturday, comes to the end of his deal next year and the club had insisted they...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

'We will still be in fight for title': Pellegrini insists City can win Premier League despite recent poor...

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insisted his shortage of Premier League experience will not hamper their title hopes after their away woes continued. Saturday's loss at Aston Villa left City still searching for their first league away win...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

England flanker Haskell and Lions legend McGeechan back our campaign to tackle the threat of concussion

THE CONCUSSION CAMPAIGN Mail Online believes rugby's ruling bodies must: 1. Commission independent, scientific research into the incidence of concussion in rugby and the effect of repeated head trauma, including any links to serious neurological...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

'I don't need to know his opinion': Mourinho stays quiet when given chance to bury hatchet with Tottenham...

Jose Mourinho had the opportunity to bury the hatchet with his protégé-turned-rival Andre Villas-Boas on Saturday but stayed silent, balking at the mention of his name. Mourinho claimed before the game that Villas-Boas had shown him disrespect and...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Boris Starling on TV sport: What a result! Green reads it right first time

She had said she was nervous, but her lines were word perfect. It was her first time, but she sounded as though she'd been doing it for years. And she was making history, but you'd never have guessed it from the tone of her voice. Just the results,...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Kagawa faces uncertain future after being hooked at half-time in West Brom defeat

0 View comments Shinji Kagawa's future at Manchester United looks uncertain after he was replaced at half-time. Manager David Moyes said it was tactical. "I just decided I wanted to make a change,' he said. "We want Shinji to feel he has an...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

I'd rather die! Murray's mum Judy reveals why she turned down top British tennis job

Judy Murray was offered the chance to be the new supremo of British tennis - and turned it down, saying: 'I'd rather die.' But the mother of Wimbledon champion Andy Murray could still play a central role in the changed regime at the Lawn Tennis...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

I can save Sunderland, says former boss Reid but Poyet remains favourite for Black Cats job

0 View comments Peter Reid, Sunderland's most successful Premier League manager, wants to go back. He saved them from relegation from the second tier in 1995 and got them promoted the following season. Gus Poyet is favourite for the job, following the...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
It's time for a kinder Conservatism

It's time for a kinder Conservatism

Which way forward? The Conservative party faces a stark choice, according to Ryan Shorthouse. Photograph: Tony Stone Conservatism is at a crossroads. Two schools of thought to guide the Conservative party, and shape our offer to the British public,...

Guardian, 00:13 in Health
 
Scotland's health tyrants should get on their bikes

Scotland's health tyrants should get on their bikes

Cycling is the way forward to keep Scotland healthy, according to the authorities. Photograph: /Roger Viollet/Getty Images Perhaps we'll never know which Holyrood star chamber decided in the twilight years of the 20th century to model Scotland on...

Guardian, 00:13 in Health
 
Health insurance firm forced to drop misleading advert about NHS deaths

Health insurance firm forced to drop misleading advert about NHS deaths

The company wrongly accused the NHS of causing the deaths of 13,000 people. Photograph: David Levene for the Observer A private health insurance company has been forced to take down an advert from its website after it tried to sell its products by...

Guardian, 00:13 in Health
 

Councillors 'would back Ukip pact'

Nearly a quarter of Conservative councillors would back an electoral pact with the UK Independence Party at the general election, according to latest polling. Some 23% of Tories on councils across England and Wales believe that most local voters view...

 

MONTY PANESAR EXCLUSIVE: I have lost whatever dignity I had... I am so ashamed

Wearing a hoodie emblazoned with the name of a well-known brand of vodka is not the best way to convince your critics that the alcohol-fuelled antics that brought your name into shame are a thing of the past. But Monty Panesar is desperate to show he...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Suarez is an example for young players, says Arsenal legend Bergkamp as Liverpool striker prepares for...

The Premier League's most infamous import, Luis Suarez, has been endorsed as a good role model for young players by Arsenal's legendary Dutchman Dennis Bergkamp. As Suarez makes his league return against Sunderland today, having served a 10-match ban...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 


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