News archive from 1 May 2013, page 14

Villa will double Benteke's money to keep star striker happy and away from Tottenham and Arsenal

Aston Villa will look to repel any bids for Christian Benteke this summer and push through a bumper new contract for their prize asset. Villa manager Paul Lambert has approached owner Randy Lerner with a proposal to add an extra year to the...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

City want to use MLS link to develop players Stateside if $100m franchise goes ahead

Manchester City hope to use their connections with a new MLS club in New York to recruit and develop new players for the Barclays Premier League.It emerged on Tuesday that City's owner Sheikh Mansour is close to sealing a $100m deal to establish a new...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Relegated QPR to soothe angry fans with ticket-price drop as Jenas gets set to leave

Queens Park Rangers will slash ticket prices by up to 35 per cent for next season after being relegated to the Championship. Currently, the most expensive adult tickets at Loftus Road are £70, with the cheapest £20. The move should appease disgruntled...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Rooney wants to strike a new deal at United but will hold discussions with Sir Alex (who likes the look of...

Wayne Rooney will seek assurances from Sir Alex Ferguson over his role with Manchester United before committing to a new contract at Old Trafford this summer. Negotiations over whether to extend the England forward's £250,000-a-week deal will begin in...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

Rocket Ronnie: I feel Suarez's pain (that's why I used his sports psychologist, who will lead Liverpool to...

Ronnie O'Sullivan served up snooker from the gods yesterday in a quarter-final masterclass against Stuart Bingham, then declared himself an unlikely ally of Liverpool's troubled striker Luis Suarez. O'Sullivan, once so fretful at the table, is now at...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Controversial Blatter under fresh fire following 'clumsy' bribe report

Sepp Blatter faced fresh calls to resign yesterday after his handling of the ISL bribery scandal was branded "clumsy'. The report by FIFA's ethics committee questioned whether the FIFA president knew, or should have known, about millions of...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Bale praises 'fantastic' former school-mate Warburton for being named Lions skipper

Gareth Bale has congratulated former school-mate Sam Warburton on being named captain of the British and Irish Lions.Lions coach Warren Gatland confirmed this morning that 24-year-old Warburton will lead the Lions on their tour of Hong Kong and...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

HARRY BROWN: I like playing against bigger players... it's nice to get the better of them

Harry Brown discusses a meeting with the Brownlee brothers at a recent award ceremony, his friendship with Hannah Cockroft and why the Germans are incredibly strong opponents... It's been a busy period for me, I haven't really done much outside of...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

Laudrup has gone back on his word, blasts out-of-favour Gower

Swansea midfielder Mark Gower has fired a parting shot at Michael Laudrup, accusing the Dane of "going back on his word'.The 34-year-old played 20 Premier League games under Brendan Rodgers last season, but has made just one League outing as a...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

New drug 'could save the NHS £70m'

A new drug for Type 2 diabetes launched in the UK could save the NHS £70 million over the next five years, according to its manufacturer. Lixisenatide, marketed under the name Lyxumia, is self-administered once a day using an injection pen. The drug...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 

Independence 'to damage reputation'

Scottish independence would "inevitably" damage the UK's international reputation and the Foreign Office must take action before the referendum to limit the potential impact, a committee of MPs has said. The UK Government's confident...

 


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