News archive from 2 September 2017, page 12

Five questions for Jurgen Klopp after mixed Liverpool transfer window, including Philippe Coutinho conundrum

Five questions for Jurgen Klopp after mixed Liverpool transfer window, including Philippe Coutinho conundrum

Looking at the frustrations of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City on deadline day, Liverpool fans could be forgiven for feeling a little smug about their summer transfer window, but has Jurgen Klopp really emerged as a winner here? Having only...

Metro, 07:11 in Sport
 

How Manchester United players Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford compare to Europe's best youngsters

In light of Ousmane Dembele’s £135m move to Barcelona and Kylian Mbappe's mega-money switch to PSG, Manchester United’s own gifted young duo of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial go under the radar. Football fans love to rave about foreign talents...

 
Arsenal should've signed Chelsea new boy Danny Drinkwater, at least he'd try - Paul Merson

Arsenal should've signed Chelsea new boy Danny Drinkwater, at least he'd try - Paul Merson

The Gunners have had a disastrous start to the season both on and off the pitch.  Arsene Wenger, who signed a new two-year extension at the back end of last season, vowed to kickstart a new era at the club.  But he has failed to convince his critics...

 
Liverpool News: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain criticised for England performance

Liverpool News: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain criticised for England performance

Oxlade-Chamberlain and Sterling were occupied on the right and left flanks by England boss Gareth Southgate in last night's World Cup qualifier against Malta. The visitors were heavy favourites for the game but were frustrated in the first half by the...

 
New man making his Mark as managing director at North Lincolnshire-based Tom Wood's Beers

New man making his Mark as managing director at North Lincolnshire-based Tom Wood's Beers

A new managing director has been appointed at the North Lincolnshire-based Tom Wood's Beer brewery. Grimsby construction boss Mark Smith, 52, has taken over the role as part of a restructuring of the business. Mr Smith has been a shareholder and a...

 

Controversial Welsh wildlife campaign urges people to #ShowUsYourBeaver

A Welsh wildlife charity is courting controversy with a risqué plea for public support. The Wildlife Trusts in Wales is asking the online community to #ShowUsYourBeaver on social media platforms. With tongue firmly in cheek, the charity adds: “Did you...

 
French market returns to Kenilworth

French market returns to Kenilworth

SHOPPERS are preparing to say ‘bonjour’ when the French market returns to Kenilworth next week. Traders are hopping across the channel to sell their wares at Talisman shopping centre on September 8 and 9. Stalls will offer a range of tasty treats,...

 
Police have had ZERO complaints about the Ale Trail for two months

Police have had ZERO complaints about the Ale Trail for two months

A BRAINSTORMING meeting attended by police, rail company representatives and Kirklees councillors has come up with a raft of ideas to try to stop alcohol-fuelled, anti-social behaviour on the Ale Trail. Colne Valley Labour MP Thelma Walker and...

 

Bus operators found after collapse of company

Council transport chiefs have raced to find replacement services following the sudden collapse of Sherburn bus firm Utopia. The family run company, based at Fenton Lane, announced on Twitter in the early hours of August 23 that it had ceased trading...

 
The crime hotspots where you live with the trends in criminal behaviour

The crime hotspots where you live with the trends in criminal behaviour

Crime dropped in North East Lincolnshire slightly in June, according to the latest figures. There were 1,727 crimes committed in June, a drop of 61 on the previous month of May. The police.uk website shows that the borough is experiencing a steady...

 
Eleven myths about Nottingham which you might believe are true

Eleven myths about Nottingham which you might believe are true

Whether you're a lifelong Nottinghamian or someone who has moved to the area, there'll no doubt be plenty of myths, half-truths and downright fibs you've heard about the city. Some of them are quite convincing, though, and will certainly have had a...

 

Can you make a forever home for one of the UK’s most unwanted cats

It has been more than six months since Teddy the cat was discovered on the streets, and she still hasn’t found a home. Why? Nobody knows – she is just one of thousands of other animals that spend years waiting for a family. Therefore, she has sadly...

Metro, 07:28 in Hot News
 
Your Champions 2017: Inspirational volunteer nominated for award

Your Champions 2017: Inspirational volunteer nominated for award

An inspirational volunteer whose awe-inspiring determination has brought light into the lives of hundreds of children and their families has been nominated in the Your Champions awards. Neston resident Karen Jones was a founding member of the Northern...

 
Philippe Coutinho: Liverpool star was never going to be sold to Barcelona - James Pearce

Philippe Coutinho: Liverpool star was never going to be sold to Barcelona - James Pearce

At least that’s the verdict of respected Merseyside football reporter James Pearce after a summer of intense speculation about the playmaker’s future. Coutinho rose to the top of Barcelona’s wanted list following the departure of Brazil team-mate...

Daily Star, 07:30 in Sport
 

Premier League clubs ranked by net transfer spend: Four teams made profit

Premier League clubs ranked by net transfer spend: Four teams made profit   WHICH Premier League club had the highest net transfer spend during the summer window? 1 / 20 GETTY 20. Swansea: £-24.75m The English transfer window closed at 11pm on...

Daily Star, 07:30 in Sport
 


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