News archive from 30 September 2013

After being forced to swallow criticism through Arsenal's torrid summer, Wenger finally has a smugness...

Arsene Wenger has been puffing out his chest rather a lot lately. He has earned that right, perhaps unique among managers for the intensity and volume of criticism he has been forced to swallow over the past eight years since he last won anything...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

We're not a one-man team, roars Lambert as Villa win first game without Benteke

Paul Lambert reflected on Aston Villa's fantastic fightback at Villa Park, insisting: 'That proves we're not a one-man team.' Despite enjoying just one-third of the possession against Manchester City and being on the back foot for the majority of the...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Ex-England boss McClaren the frontrunner for Derby job after Clough's sacking

Steve McClaren is the favourite to become Derby County's new boss following Nigel Clough's shock sacking. The former England head coach is believed to be chief executive Sam Rush's first choice to take over in the wake of the club's defeat in the east...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

McClaren and Pulis on Sunderland shortlist as owner Short weighs up candidates

0 View comments Even under Ellis Short, an owner now looking for his fifth manager in less than five years, certain people have hung on to their jobs at Sunderland. It turns out the chap Paolo Di Canio banned from talking to the players in the tunnel...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

No Geordie, but Sissoko's feeling at home at Newcastle... and he has the fans to thank

According to Percy Douglas's pocket-sized Geordie/English translation book, the Geordie dialect is one of the "oldest, most distinctive and easily recognisable dialects in the British Isles'. But it is double Dutch to a Frenchman and, for the...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

De Bruyne's future up in the air after midfielder is axed from Chelsea squad

Kevin de Bruyne has been axed from the Chelsea squad and will not travel to Romania for Tuesday's Champions League tie against Steaua Bucharest. De Bruyne was not in the match-day squad at Tottenham on Saturday and has been told he will be training...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Suicide bomber kills 40 at Iraq mosque

The blast brought down the ceiling of the mosque in Mussayab, 60km (40 miles) south of the capital Baghdad. Police said some bodies were still trapped beneath the debris. At least 50 people were wounded. Those inside had been mourning the death of a...

 

Sudanese protest again against Bashir in Khartoum

The turnout for Sunday's protest was smaller than last week's rallies as people went back to work and life largely returned to normal in the capital. Some 3,000 people gathered late on Sunday to pay condolences to the family of a pharmacist shot and...

 
Fewer opting out of pension schemes than expected

Fewer opting out of pension schemes than expected

Fewer people than expected are choosing to opt out of new workplace pension schemes, according to official figures. According to the Department of Work and Pensions, 1.6 million workers have joined workplace pensions in the first year of so-called...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Hoddle launches online football skills challenge

Hoddle launches online football skills challenge

When Ikechi Anya made a goal-scoring debut for Scotland against Macedonia this month, no one was happier than ex-England manager Glenn Hoddle. For the 25-year-old Watford player had been given a chance to resurrect his career when he was taken on by...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 

Telenor buys into Asian, South American classifieds market

"Telenor pays around 145 million euros in cash for its 50 percent share in SnT Classifieds and 33.3 percent stake in 701," it said. "The parties have committed pro rata funding of the joint ventures until estimated cash flow...

Reuters, 00:12 in Business
 

LOT airline Boeing Dreamliner forced to land in Iceland

"The aircraft had to land due to an air identification system fault. The Norwegian authorities have refused permission to fly over its territory, even though other countries gave permission to fly over theirs," Barbara Pijanowska-Kuras...

Reuters, 00:12 in Business
 

Heavy foreign investment in London

UK property investors are starting to look for opportunities outside London as foreign money floods into bricks and mortar in the capital, leading property agent Knight Frank has said. The company said domestic demand was being spurred by improving...

 

Heavy foreign investment in London

UK property investors are starting to look for opportunities outside London as foreign money floods into bricks and mortar in the capital, leading property agent Knight Frank has said. The company said domestic demand was being spurred by improving...

 
How six months of benefits changes hit hard in Blackpool

How six months of benefits changes hit hard in Blackpool

At this time of year, Blackpool's illuminated mile sparkles with neon self-confidence. But take in the view from the 19th floor of a council tower block in the Queen's Park district, and the town takes on a decidedly monochrome quality. For parts of...

BBC, 00:21 in Business
 


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