News archive from 2 June 2012, page 6

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Rodgers wants to emulate Anfield greats

New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has no concerns about following club icon Kenny Dalglish at Anfield, but hopes one day his own achievements will put him alongside the likes of the Scot, Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley. The 39-year-old conducted...

 
AZZURRI WOULD QUIT TO SAVE THE GAME

AZZURRI WOULD QUIT TO SAVE THE GAME

“If they would say to us that, for the good of football, the national team must not go to the Euros, it would not be a problem,” said Prandelli. Neither European governing body UEFA nor the Italian federation have suggested Italy pull out of the...

 
LONG WAIT GOES ON

LONG WAIT GOES ON

THE QUEEN has never won the Derby in 10 attempts and it was her first runner Aureole who gained the best finishing position in Coronation year. Ridden by Harry Carr, Aureole, a 9-1 shot, was second to Pinza who gave Sir Gordon Richards his only Derby...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
ANDY FARRELL'S U-TURN

ANDY FARRELL'S U-TURN

Farrell, who played a crucial role as defence coach for a rejuvenated England as they finished runners-up in the Six Nations, initially turned down the offer of a permanent position. However, a change of heart has led to the former rugby league star...

 
NATHAN BROWN BID TO END HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS NIGHTMARE RUN

NATHAN BROWN BID TO END HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS NIGHTMARE RUN

NATHAN BROWN has put his Huddersfield players through hell this week. But the Giants coach insists every one of them deserves it after they turned May into a Super League nightmare. Huddersfield had topped the table for several weeks when the month...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
ROSS FISHER'S AT HOME

ROSS FISHER'S AT HOME

Fisher has slumped to 157th in the world since earning two points for Europe in 2010. But yesterday he shot a five-under-par 66 to move two clear of the field. “I need to try to turn things around and hopefully this will be the start of a big summer...

 
SCOTT QUIGG'S SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS

SCOTT QUIGG'S SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS

BAD-BOY Scott Quigg was expelled from school so he could continue his education in a boxing ring. The British super-bantamweight champion was just 15 when he was allowed to leave Bury's Elton High School after pleading to be kicked out. Now he is...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
SALE APPOINT NEW DIRECTOR OF RUGBY

SALE APPOINT NEW DIRECTOR OF RUGBY

Redpath left his position as Gloucester head coach in April amid rumours of a return to his former club, a move which prompted the Cherry and Whites to threaten legal action if there was evidence of an illegal approach. But Sale are sticking to their...

 
ISLE OF MAN TT 2012: LEGEND JOHN MCGUINNESS IS THE MAN TO BEAT

ISLE OF MAN TT 2012: LEGEND JOHN MCGUINNESS IS THE MAN TO BEAT

JOHN McGUINNESS is the man to beat as the week-long Isle of Man TT festival blasts into action today. It is a unique event decided over the public roads of the island, with a dash over the heights of Snaefell on a return trip to Douglas. First up is...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 

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NO DRAMA FOR RELAXED ANDY MURRAY

NO DRAMA FOR RELAXED ANDY MURRAY

Murray grinned, hoisted a ball over his head and fired an ace past Lendl to earn the applause around court No4, though not from Lendl, who is 52 but retains all of his fiercely competitive instincts. The Scot has the same sharp edge and what was clear...

 
MOTOGP: CAL CRUTCHLOW GETS ALL THE BRAKES

MOTOGP: CAL CRUTCHLOW GETS ALL THE BRAKES

CAL CRUTCHLOW is going faster than ever after putting the brakes on himself. The Coventry rider has treated himself to a new braking system for his Tech3 Yamaha ahead of tomorrow's MotoGP fifth round in Barcelona. “We've got the brakes, there is no...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
EKTIHAAM HEADS RAIDERS

EKTIHAAM HEADS RAIDERS

His colt got to within a length of leading Epsom fancy Bonfire in the Dante Stakes at York and tomorrow's shorter trip should suit him more than 12 furlongs at Epsom. “I have been very pleased with him since his good run in the Dante. He has taken his...

 

Farming fears over stunning failures in abbatoir practice

From: Mrs Lucille Nicholson, County Durham. AS a farmer who rears my livestock to the high welfare standards demanded by both the Government and the public, I am increasingly unhappy about the changes happening in British abattoirs. In the...

 


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