News archive from 4 November 2012, page 17

TORRES FOR FALCAO AS CHELSEA CONSIDER ATLETICO SWOP

TORRES FOR FALCAO AS CHELSEA CONSIDER ATLETICO SWOP

CHELSEA will have to offer Fernando Torres back to Atletico Madrid to clinch the signing of Radamel Falcao. The Champions League winners are tracking £45million-rated Falcao. But the Daily Star Sunday has been told that the Spanish club would prefer a...

Daily Star, 03:37 in Sport
 
WE STILL DON'T NEED YOU, ANDY CARROLL

WE STILL DON'T NEED YOU, ANDY CARROLL

There appears to be no way back for record-signing Carroll, who has been loaned to West Ham after 44 games and just six goals since his £35million move from tomorrow's visitors to Anfield, Newcastle. Liverpool retain an option to recall the...

 
SWANSEA 1 - CHELSEA 1: HERNANDEZ FIRES BLUES PAB-BLOW

SWANSEA 1 - CHELSEA 1: HERNANDEZ FIRES BLUES PAB-BLOW

WOW! That's two games in a row involving Chelsea that have passed without any major controversy. Amazing but true. However, unlike their thrilling 5-4 win over Manchester United in the League Cup three days earlier, this trip to South West Wales...

Daily Star, 03:37 in Sport
 
ROBERTO DI MATTEO'S WELCOME MATT FOR REFS

ROBERTO DI MATTEO'S WELCOME MATT FOR REFS

CHELSEA boss Roberto Di Matteo last night launched a charm offensive on referees – by hailing Kevin Friend's performance in Chelsea's draw at Swansea. In a clear attempt to diffuse the war of words between his club and the men in black, the Blues boss...

Daily Star, 03:37 in Sport
 
Sandy's terrible toll among elderly who didn't evacuate

Sandy's terrible toll among elderly who didn't evacuate

Jewellery found in the ruins of a Staten Island home after Sandy passed through. Photograph: Seth Wenig/AP Even with her Coney Island apartment squarely in the path of Superstorm Sandy, Loraine Gore was staying put. At age 90, she said, she had her...

 
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 2 - PETERBOROUGH 1: BANK ON BARKLEY

SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 2 - PETERBOROUGH 1: BANK ON BARKLEY

EVERTON loanee Ross Barkley grabbed his fourth goal of the season as Dave Jones' side leapfrogged Peterborough to haul themselves out of the bottom three. The England Under-21s international, highly-rated by the Goodison side, struck seconds after the...

Daily Star, 03:40 in Sport
 

MacShane letters protected by rules

Letters from former minister Denis MacShane admitting expenses abuses cannot be used to prosecute him because they are protected by Commons rules, it has been revealed. Officials said parliamentary privilege meant the key correspondence was withheld...

 

Paedophile ring inquiry call backed

The children's commissioner for Wales has backed calls for a new inquiry into allegations that a senior Tory was involved in a paedophile ring three decades ago. Keith Towler insisted concerns about a cover-up by powerful people were...

 
HUDDERSFIELD 1 - BRISTOL CITY 0: SCAN THE MAN TO END DROUGHT

HUDDERSFIELD 1 - BRISTOL CITY 0: SCAN THE MAN TO END DROUGHT

SEAN Scannell grabbed his first Terriers goal as Huddersfield got back on track following two straight defeats. The summer signing from Crystal Palace struck just before half-time to condemn lowly Bristol City to a fifth consecutive Championship...

Daily Star, 03:45 in Sport
 

MacShane letters protected by rules

Letters from former minister Denis MacShane admitting expenses abuses cannot be used to prosecute him because they are protected by Commons rules, it has been revealed. Officials said parliamentary privilege meant the key correspondence was withheld...

 
SUNDERLAND 0 - ASTON VILLA 1: AGBONLA-SORE AS O'NEILL LEFT IN AGONY

SUNDERLAND 0 - ASTON VILLA 1: AGBONLA-SORE AS O'NEILL LEFT IN AGONY

VILLA goal hero Gabriel Agbonlahor ended an agonising wait for a victory with an opportunist finish. His goal piled on the agony for Sunderland's former Villa boss Martin O' Neill. Agbonlahor's 57th-minute strike – his fourth goal of the...

Daily Star, 03:51 in Sport
 
FA CUP: SILKY MACCLESFIELD STUN PAOLO DI CANIO'S SWINDON

FA CUP: SILKY MACCLESFIELD STUN PAOLO DI CANIO'S SWINDON

MACCLESFIELD pulled off the biggest shock in the first round of the FA Cup when they won 2-0 at Paolo Di Canio's League One high-flyers Swindon. The Silkmen were not the only Blue Square Bet Premier side to beat Football League teams with Chelmsford,...

Daily Star, 03:57 in Sport
 
MAN UNITED 2 - ARSENAL 1: RED ROBIN RETURNS TO HAUNT WENGER

MAN UNITED 2 - ARSENAL 1: RED ROBIN RETURNS TO HAUNT WENGER

ROBIN VAN PERSIE hugged every Arsenal player in the tunnel before kick-off – then squeezed the life out of his former club's hopes. The former Gunner shot down his old team-mates with the tenth goal of his Manchester United career, before Patrice Evra...

Daily Star, 04:01 in Sport
 
JIM HOLDEN WHY FA MUST STAND FIRM BEHIND RACE ROW REFEREE

JIM HOLDEN WHY FA MUST STAND FIRM BEHIND RACE ROW REFEREE

That will not be the case with the Mark Clattenburg affair – the astonishing allegation by Chelsea FC that a highly experienced FIFA referee suddenly lost all reason and respect and made a racially abusive comment to one of their players. This is the...

 
SIR ALEX FERGUSON: I DON'T BELIEVE IT

SIR ALEX FERGUSON: I DON'T BELIEVE IT

Manchester United manager Ferguson sparked a war of words between the clubs by insisting he does not believe referee Clattenburg made the racist remarks he has been accused of by Chelsea. He says none of his players heard Clattenburg say anything that...

 


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