News archive from 6 May 2012, page 16

We must embrace religion, says Newcastle boss Pardew as he considers introducing prayer room

We must embrace religion, says Newcastle boss Pardew as he considers introducing prayer room

Newcastle are ready to unleash the power of prayer on the Premier League, with plans for a dedicated religious room for three key players who have lit up their season.Papiss Cisse, Demba Ba and Hatem Ben Arfa are devout Muslims and they could play a...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
Mancini slaps a late-night ban on his players as City close in on title

Mancini slaps a late-night ban on his players as City close in on title

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini imposed a 9pm curfew on his players at their Player of the Year awards with the club just 180 minutes away from their first title since 1968.In a week when three Aston Villa players were disciplined for a...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
MANCHESTER UNITED AND BAYERN MUNICH AFTER LEIGHTON BAINES

MANCHESTER UNITED AND BAYERN MUNICH AFTER LEIGHTON BAINES

OLD Champions League foes Manchester United and Bayern Munich will go toe-to-toe this summer to win the race for Leighton Baines. Sir Alex Ferguson has kept a close check on the Everton left-back, 27, as a long-term replacement for Patrice Evra and...

Daily Star, 00:56 in Sport
 

Spurs great Perryman 'comfortable' in hospital after feeling breathless watching Exeter

Former Tottenham play and current Exeter City director of football Steve Perryman is said to be comfortable in hospital after feeling breathless while at Saturday's League One match against Sheffield United. Perryman, Spurs' record appearance holder...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
From Park Hill Under 11s to England boss... the Roy Hodgson story

From Park Hill Under 11s to England boss... the Roy Hodgson story

From a patch of grass in the back garden of a house in Croydon to the pinnacle of English football. It has been quite a journey for bus driver's son Roy Hodgson. Steve Kember first met the man who was unveiled last week as England manager nearly 60...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

Two Lions roar again: Former captains Flintoff and Dallaglio on their toughest test

Two Lions of English sport look shattered as they slump into their chairs and gulp down coffee as if it is an elixir of life. It is the morning after the second stage of Lawrence Dallaglio and Andrew Flintoff's 2012 Cycle Slam, a 1,750-mile journey...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

EXCLUSIVE: Brooking denies rift with Harry cost Redknapp England job

Sir Trevor Brooking has angrily rejected claims that he single-handedly cost Harry Redknapp his chance of the biggest job in English football. As Football Association director of football development, Brooking was part of the four-man panel that...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

Hands off! Fergie fears City will gazump his plan to rebuild United

Manchester United fear that title rivals Manchester City will attempt to "steal' their transfer targets this summer to wreck their rebuilding plans. Sir Alex Ferguson's two main targets, Tottenham's Luka Modric, who would cost at least...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
Greece's Scouse swim star carries torch for Liverpool

Greece's Scouse swim star carries torch for Liverpool

The first person to carry the Olympic torch as it starts its journey from Greece to London this week is a Greek swimmer who has shared with Inside Sport his dream of winning gold for his birthplace - Merseyside. Spyros Gianniotis, 32, is currently the...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
Hodgson's first job? To get the right backroom team

Hodgson's first job? To get the right backroom team

No one can deny that it was a shock on Sunday night when it became clear that Roy Hodgson had been approached to be England manager. Everyone had been lured into thinking that Harry Redknapp would get the job, and that is who I would have picked as my...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
Patrick Collins: Hodgson has spent his career becoming perfect for England

Patrick Collins: Hodgson has spent his career becoming perfect for England

The England manager Roy Hodgson... there, that wasn't difficult. Only a week in and the phrase fairly trips off the keyboard. The man himself still seems a touch bewildered by the pace of events, but already the novelty is fading and a kind of...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

Broad gives England boost by declaring himself fit to face West Indies

Stuart Broad has assured England he will be fit in time for the first Test against West Indies at Lord's starting on May 17. Injuries to his calf and ankle forced the 6ft 5in paceman to miss both England's Tests in Sri Lanka, the latest in an 18-month...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

Lions star Taylor determined to make it count in tribute to friend

Wherever England Lions captain James Taylor walked during his sporting schooldays, his mate Alex Wilson was just a step away. When Taylor played scrum-half in the Shrewsbury School Under-14s, slipped his marker up front for the football side, or made...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 

Catalan Dragons 27 Huddersfield 20: Giants miss out on chance to go top

Catalans Dragons thwarted Huddersfield's bid to regain the leadership of the Stobart Super League in the Stade Gilbert Brutus. And the rest of the league must gird themselves for a double assault on honours by the French club so superbly fashioned by...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 
Unstoppable Rocket makes fourth Crucible final: O'Sullivan bids for another title

Unstoppable Rocket makes fourth Crucible final: O'Sullivan bids for another title

Ronnie O'Sullivan put the Crucible on retirement alert again as he powered into the Betfred.com World Championship final and warned he was ready to quit snooker.The three-time champion will take on Ali Carter tomorrow and on Monday after both men...

Daily Mail, 00:55 in Sport
 


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