News archive from 30 January 2011

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Tattenham Corner

Movement at DoncasterEyebrows were raised yesterday at the absence of Doncaster's well-known clerk of the course, David Williams, replaced for the day by Windsor's Gemma Charrington, with Arena's racing executive Jon Pullin – Williams' predecessor –...

Guardian, 22:03 in Sport
 
'Guy can't have a great time and do his job also?': Charlie Sheen defends his partying as he admits himself to rehab

'Guy can't have a great time and do his job also?': Charlie Sheen defends his partying as he admits himself...

He's just admitted himself to rehab, but Charlie Sheen certainly doesn't appear to be admitting he has a problem. The Two-and-a-Half Men star has spoken out for the first time about the 36-hour bender which left himhospitalised, saying: 'I'm fine'. In...

 
Nikica Jelavic to re-state case for his defence in Rangers' Cup semi-final

Nikica Jelavic to re-state case for his defence in Rangers' Cup semi-final

As the sentencing of Tommy Sheridan brought Scotland's legal system into sharp focus once again this week, the jury remains out over whether or not Walter Smith's summer gamble has paid off. Rangers' £4m capture of Nikica Jelavic from Rapid Vienna was...

Guardian, 22:03 in Sport
 
Is this failed Formula One driver the next Bernie Ecclestone?

Is this failed Formula One driver the next Bernie Ecclestone?

In a motorhome parked on the infield of the giant Daytona speedway in Florida sits a part-time racing driver who could well become the most influential man in his sport. Zak Brown is still in his race suit, which does not really fit with the lavish...

Guardian, 22:03 in Sport
 
Is it a limo? Is it a sports car? Neither, really - but I still want a Mercedes CL 500

Is it a limo? Is it a sports car? Neither, really - but I still want a Mercedes CL 500

An hour later I headed home in the dark in this new CL 500, listening to the travel news telling me to take care as the A34 was like an ice rink. Now, bearing in mind everything I"ve just said, did I listen? Or did I have the traction control off...

Daily Mail, 22:36 in Auto
 
Paul Casey and Peter Hanson lead Volvo Golf Champions in Bahrain

Paul Casey and Peter Hanson lead Volvo Golf Champions in Bahrain

Paul Casey justified his position as the highest-ranked player in the field by moving into a share of the lead at the Volvo Golf Champions in Bahrain today. Using his power to eagle and birdie the two par fives on the back nine – he was on the green...

Guardian, 22:40 in Sport
 
Steven Pienaar says he chose Spurs over Chelsea because of ambition

Steven Pienaar says he chose Spurs over Chelsea because of ambition

At Craven Cottage tomorrow afternoon Steven Pienaar is likely to make his second appearance for Tottenham Hotspur since a £3m move from Everton this month, but the most notable thing about his transfer is not which team he left, or which one he...

Guardian, 22:41 in Sport
 
Patrick Vieira eager to extend his Manchester City career

Patrick Vieira eager to extend his Manchester City career

The FA Cup means a lot to Patrick Vieira, a four-times winner with Arsenal and scorer of the last penalty in his most recent appearance in the final in 2005, though these days it mostly means the chance of a game for Manchester City. The player...

Guardian, 22:41 in Sport
 
Master Melbourne this time round and it will be 'Arise, Sir Andy' for Britain's No 1

Master Melbourne this time round and it will be 'Arise, Sir Andy' for Britain's No 1

After losing in two major championship finals, on both occasions to Federer, in New York and here 12 months ago, there will be an over-riding sentiment sweeping the nation that it"s now or never for Murray. Even though he won"t publicly...

Daily Mail, 22:44 in Sport
 
Murray's moment of redemption! Twelve months on from his bitter tears of defeat, Britain's tennis No 1 is back in the final that broke his heart

Murray's moment of redemption! Twelve months on from his bitter tears of defeat, Britain's tennis No 1 is...

'On one hand I'd like to be in Andy's shoes because he gets a big support from the country he comes from,' said Djokovic. 'On the other hand, I wouldn't like it because of the media attention and pressure that he faces. Through all that, he managed to...

Daily Mail, 22:44 in Sport
 
Pietersen on defensive over payday like Rooney's

Pietersen on defensive over payday like Rooney's

'When you're in a good thing, you enjoy it,' said Pietersen. 'I was always going to be putting my name in the hat. As much as the intensity is electric, it's so relaxing away from the field. You get an opportunity to meet and mix with different...

Daily Mail, 22:45 in Sport
 
How England need to get physical in Cardiff showdown: The key battles that can decide Six Nations opener

How England need to get physical in Cardiff showdown: The key battles that can decide Six Nations opener

A fascinating duel between two of the best No 9s in the world, with sharply contrasting styles. Mike Phillips has the physicality to dominate anyone, so look out for him playing as a fourth back-row. He can commit a defence with his size. But...

Daily Mail, 22:45 in Sport
 
Protesters target NUS leader, as 16 arrested at student demonstration

Protesters target NUS leader, as 16 arrested at student demonstration

The NUS and TUC both organised protest marches against tuition fees and public spending cuts in the city on Saturday, with the two groups eventually meeting up for a rally in Platt Fields Park. Around 4,000 people took part and the demonstrations were...

Metro, 22:47 in Hot News
 
The new National Security Council is a good idea, but will need more clout

The new National Security Council is a good idea, but will need more clout

Kissinger, an archetype but not a model ONE of the coalition government’s first acts on taking office last May was to establish a National Security Council (NSC) and appoint a national security adviser (NSA). It all sounded very transatlantic, a...

 
Catania 0-2 Milan | Serie A match report

Catania 0-2 Milan | Serie A match report

Milan beat Catania 2-0 despite having Dutch midfielder Mark van Bommel sent off in his first league match since signing from Bayern Munich. Van Bommel, 33, received a second yellow card 10 minutes into the second half when he clattered into Catania...

Guardian, 23:12 in Sport
 


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