News archive from 5 June 2012, page 9

Sponsored by Royal seal of approval for Scotsheep event

Fresh from the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, Prince Charles will officially open the National Sheep Association's Scotsheep 2012 event at Dumfries House, East Ayrshire tomorrow. The Duke of Rothesay played a critical role in 2007 in saving the...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Business
 

Juventus prepared to offer ex-Chelsea defender Bosingwa £100K-a-week deal

Juventus are to battle rivals Torino for out-of-contract defender Jose Bosingwa. The 29-year-old was released at the end of the season by Chelsea, who refused to extend the Portugal defender's contract.

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Sponsored by Lyon set for battle over quad bike speed limits

After thinking he had managed to convince European legislators to differentiate between working All Terrain Vehicles and those used for recreational purposes, Scottish MEP George Lyon has had to return to the fray. His first battle centred on the...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Business
 
Sponsored by Ford changes gear with plan for new brands

Sponsored by Ford changes gear with plan for new brands

FORD yesterday revealed it is in talks with local partners to introduce Chinese-only brands as it plays catch-up in the world's biggest car market with rivals General Motors and Volkswagen. David Schoch, chairman and chief executive of Ford’s China...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Business
 
I won't lose more sleep over Olympics, insists insomniac Simmonds

I won't lose more sleep over Olympics, insists insomniac Simmonds

Lizzie Simmonds hopes her rivals will find it difficult to sleep the night before the Olympic 200 metres backstroke final. For once, it might even things up for a girl who has struggled with insomnia since she was 12. For the 21-year-old, racing in...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Sponsored by HP and Oracle head to court in $4 billion ‘divorce’ case over chip

LAWYERS for computing giants HP and Oracle fired the opening salvos in a bitter $4 billion (£2.6bn) court battle yesterday after Oracle stopped making software for one of HP's servers. Big names from both sides – including Oracle chief executive Larry...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Business
 

Sponsored by Drug results a boost for Glaxo

TWO experimental drugs being developed by GlaxoSmithKline to treat skin cancer have been found to help patients with fewer side effects than current chemotherapy. The two medicines – Dabrafenib and Trametinib – could generate annual sales of £1.5...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Business
 

No way Jose! Good news for Man City as Silva snubs talk of Madrid switch

David Silva is not interested in swapping the champions of England for the champions of Spain. The Spanish playmaker's agent has dismissed talk of a switch from Manchester City to Real Madrid. Jose Mourinho picked Silva out as a potential target to...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Rio backlash! Hodgson under pressure to explain Ferdinand snub as players back defender

Roy Hodgson is under increasing pressure to justify his decision not to take Rio Ferdinand to Euro 2012 amid fears that the backlash could destroy harmony in the England camp. Ferdinand received several text messages of consolation and support from...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
Celtic in no hurry to appoint new coach after giving Thompson the boot

Celtic in no hurry to appoint new coach after giving Thompson the boot

Celtic will not rush to replace Alan Thompson following the first-team coach's dramatic sacking on Sunday.The former Parkhead midfielder was fired in a telephone call by manager Neil Lennon after a clash between the pair. Lennon still has a backroom...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Lazio captain Mauri under house arrest after release over role in match-fixing scandal

Lazio captain Stefano Mauri has been released under house arrest after a week in prison for his alleged role in Italy's match-fixing scandal. Mauri was arrested on May 28 with 13 others.

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Paris Match Zone: Rafa's lesson lifts British starlet Josh after first round exit

Some compensation for British junior Josh Ward-Hibbert, after being beaten in the first round of the boys' singles, was that he received the honour - if an exhausting one - of being Rafael Nadal's practice partner on Monday. The promising but raw...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
Come clean on Rio, Roy! Why the experienced Ferdinand's exclusion is wrong for football reasons

Come clean on Rio, Roy! Why the experienced Ferdinand's exclusion is wrong for football reasons

Ferdinand started 36 games for United last term His back problem is being managed; the risk is small He has 81 England caps... Kelly has played two minutes One interesting fact relative to Roy Hodgson's omission of Rio Ferdinand from his Euro 2012...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
Jason Roberts: Why Ferdinand's exclusion from England's squad is wrong for moral reasons

Jason Roberts: Why Ferdinand's exclusion from England's squad is wrong for moral reasons

If you are going on ability then Rio Ferdinand not only makes it into the England squad, he makes it into the team. I think everybody in the game knows that.I know that a manager has to live and die by a decision he makes, but to tell us that Rio has...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
Tiger sprinkles his stardust on the game again

Tiger sprinkles his stardust on the game again

So now we know. After all the scandals and the injuries, all the bickering and the controversy, that innate sense of theatre that lies at the heart of the story of Tiger Woods has survived intact.It was there when he completed his first major...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 


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