News archive from 1 May 2013, page 6

ARSENE WENGER WILL STAY

ARSENE WENGER WILL STAY

ARSENAL chairman Peter Hill-Wood last night dismissed claims boss Arsene Wenger will be leaving this summer. Wenger was thought to have been tempted by Paris Saint-Germain with a contract worth £10m a year over three years – £3m a year more than he is...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
SHAUN MALONEY'S CLOUD 9

SHAUN MALONEY'S CLOUD 9

SHAUN MALONEY believes Wigan may need to win three out of their final four games to secure survival. Aston Villa's 6-1 hammering of Sunderland on Monday means the 18th-placed Latics are five points from safety with a game in hand. They host Villa on...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
JULIO CESAR TO GO AS LOIC REMY EYES UP QPR EXIT

JULIO CESAR TO GO AS LOIC REMY EYES UP QPR EXIT

JULIO CESAR and Loic Remy are set to lead a QPR exodus following their relegation from the Premier League. Brazil goalkeeper Cesar is poised for a move to AC Milan while France striker Remy's £8m release clause has alerted Arsenal, ­Tottenham and...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
FABIAN DELPH: CHRISTIAN BENTEKE A 'MONSTER'

FABIAN DELPH: CHRISTIAN BENTEKE A 'MONSTER'

ASTON VILLA'S Fabian Delph says they have unleashed a footballing Frankenstein's monster into the relegation shake-up. Villa striker Christian Benteke is proving a giant hit and there's not much anyone can do about it. That's the verdict of midfield...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
AL ZAROONI HID DRUGS IN CASE

AL ZAROONI HID DRUGS IN CASE

THE BHA has revealed the full report into the Al Zarooni drug affair. The anabolic steroids were brought into the country by Al Zarooni in a suitcase when returning from Dubai. He filled the syringes himself before driving out to Moulton Paddocks...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
REDS RIVAL IS A NOBLE CAUSE

REDS RIVAL IS A NOBLE CAUSE

BRIAN NOBLE will take heart from Salford's daunting trip to leaders Wigan on Friday. Because even if they lose, new Reds boss Noble will know he's on the right path. Noble faces a huge task to revive struggling Salford. But he did a similar job at...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
MIKKEL KESSLER: CARL FROCH WILL BE DAD MAN WALKING

MIKKEL KESSLER: CARL FROCH WILL BE DAD MAN WALKING

MIKKEL KESSLER claims Carl Froch will go soft by becoming a dad for a second time less than a month before their big fight. The Viking Warrior has questioned the Briton's fighting mentality ahead of their world super-middleweight title clash at...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
JONNY WILKINSON TURNS DOWN LIONS

JONNY WILKINSON TURNS DOWN LIONS

­WARREN GATLAND ­has revealed that Jonny Wilkinson turned down the chance to tour with the Lions this summer. But England's Word Cup- ­winning fly-half told Gatland he could call him again if he has serious injury problems. Chris Robshaw, the current...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
Exclusive: The 10 missed chances to spot Christopher Alder burial blunder

Exclusive: The 10 missed chances to spot Christopher Alder burial blunder

MORTUARY chiefs missed 10 chances to realise that the family of a former paratrooper who died in police custody were given the wrong body to bury at his funeral, a police investigation has found. Detectives also believe that three managers at the Hull...

 
Region takes on Whitehall to get millions for Tour de France plans to cover multi-million

Region takes on Whitehall to get millions for Tour de France plans to cover multi-million

REGIONAL leaders will travel to Whitehall this morning to hammer out a funding deal for Yorkshire's hosting of the Tour de France, with the Government now suggesting it will meet a third of the overall costs. Leeds City Council chief executive Tom...

 
Floral glory on verge of extinction

Floral glory on verge of extinction

FOR any passing motorist, they are little more than a blur of colour. The wild floral displays lining the thousands of miles of roads that criss-cross North Yorkshire are precious natural habitats, but they are often overlooked by nature lovers who...

 

Video: Ashley Jackson gives London kids a lesson in Yorkshire landscape art

THE moorland landscape above Holmfirth was a classroom with a difference as artist Ashley Jackson became teacher for a day. The painter, who has a studio in Holmfirth, hosted a visit by children from Battersea in London, many of whom had never set...

 
Football’s high finance means money is name of the game

Football’s high finance means money is name of the game

Football is an increasingly lucrative business for those at the top. But what is success worth? Chris Bond looks at the financial stakes. IT’S that time of year, what Sir Alex Ferguson famously dubbed “squeaky bum time”, when the fate of football...

 

Bradford workers get warning of fresh round of council office closures

TRADE unions at a Yorkshire council are being consulted on the latest phase of a 10-year building disposal and investment project which will see more of the city's workplaces either closed or upgraded. Bradford Council says it is making progress with...

 

Police come calling in blitz on crime

POLICE, firefighters and a range of other organisations have been making house calls on a Hull estate in a bid to improve people's resilience to crime. Residents in Axminster Close, Dalwood Close, Sheldon Close, and Roborough Close were visited...

 


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