News archive from 6 June 2012, page 11

Welbeck looks ahead after injury

Danny Welbeck feared he would suffer Euro 2012 injury heartbreak but is now looking to build on scoring his first goal for England. The Manchester United striker suffered an ankle setback during the finale to domestic season against Manchester City...

People, 00:27 in Sport
 

Gunners in no rush over Van Persie

Arsenal will not be rushed into making an announcement on captain Robin van Persie's future, chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists. Van Persie scored 37 times for the Gunners last season but he could leave the Emirates Stadium this summer if he fails...

People, 00:27 in Sport
 
Greig Laidlaw’s boot secures Scotland a famous victory over Australia

Greig Laidlaw’s boot secures Scotland a famous victory over Australia

THEY WERE a long time making their way into the post-match press conference but if the Scots were savouring a famous win in the sanctuary of their own dressing room they can hardly be blamed. This side, their coach and everyone associated with it has...

 
LET'S BE LOUD AND PROUD ON THE PODIUM

LET'S BE LOUD AND PROUD ON THE PODIUM

At the Olympic Games it is the moment that completes the dream, the culmination of all those years of work with the gold medal around your neck. At football's European Championship, that starts this week, it can be the final lift to take your team to...

 
ANDY FLOWER MAKES PITCH FOR RESTING STARS

ANDY FLOWER MAKES PITCH FOR RESTING STARS

In an excursion from the usual pre-Test routine, the England coach chose to respond to criticism over his decision to rest Jimmy Anderson against the player's wishes. He admitted Anderson would be playing tomorrow had the series been tied at 1-1 but...

 
EU Leaders plotting superstate: 'Fiscal union' looms... with the Germans in charge

EU Leaders plotting superstate: 'Fiscal union' looms... with the Germans in charge

European leaders are edging closer to a federal union in response to the financial crisis engulfing the Continent.In crisis talks yesterday, Britain and the US joined forces to urge Germany to create a central Brussels body that could assume...

 
BLACK CAVIAR ASCOT-BOUND

BLACK CAVIAR ASCOT-BOUND

Her trainer Peter Moody put ‘Nelly', as she is known at home, in a lycra cozzie for the journey to ensure his unbeaten mare suffers minimal effect of temperature change while in the air in a purpose-built crate. “Taking advice from a vet and my...

 
BEN AINSLIE AND CO IN STORM WARNING

BEN AINSLIE AND CO IN STORM WARNING

The Scandia Sail for Gold regatta, the dress rehearsal for all the international teams bound for the Olympics, was convincing for home sailors on its second day. Three-time Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie took the lead in the Finn class, while...

 
BRADLEY WIGGINS KEEPS GRIP ON OVERALL LEAD OF THE CRITERIUM DU DAUPHINE

BRADLEY WIGGINS KEEPS GRIP ON OVERALL LEAD OF THE CRITERIUM DU DAUPHINE

Spain's Dani Moreno darted away on a demanding two-kilometre climb to claim the stage victory, but Wiggins' yellow jersey-clad figure could be seen bobbing close behind and he finished ninth on the day and in overall control of the race. Today's stage...

 
ADRIAN PURTELL CAREER BATTLE

ADRIAN PURTELL CAREER BATTLE

The close-season signing from Penrith suffered a heart attack after the recent Magic Weekend loss to Leeds at the Etihad Stadium and is now recovering. Purtell, 27, has undergone tests but will visit specialists again to determine if he can resume...

 
FRENCH OPEN 2012: ANDY MURRAY HAS KEY TO LOCK AWAY DAVID FERRER

FRENCH OPEN 2012: ANDY MURRAY HAS KEY TO LOCK AWAY DAVID FERRER

Andy Murray passed his French test with flying colours, but the Spanish inquisition will demand a set of new answers if he is to sit his final exam on Sunday. He will begin the first trial today against his friend, David Ferrer, known as ‘Little...

 

Figures show new job vacancies rise

New job vacancies increased by 5% in May compared with the previous month, and 17% against May 2011, according to a study. The Reed Job Index, which measures conditions and trends in the jobs market each month, found healthy growth in more than 70% of...

 
FRENCH OPEN 2012: NOVAK DJOKOVIC FIGHTING FOR GRAND GLORY AT ROLAND GARROS

FRENCH OPEN 2012: NOVAK DJOKOVIC FIGHTING FOR GRAND GLORY AT ROLAND GARROS

Djokovic, the world No1 who needs to win the French Open to become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to hold all four Grand Slam titles, won a passionate and classic quarter-final confrontation at Roland Garros. He needed four hours and nine...

 

Shinji Kaga-who? United fans expecting a bigger buy to prove financial muscle

Within minutes of the announcement that Manchester United had agreed the signing of young Japanese midfielder Shinji Kagawa, the tiresome conspiracy theories began to emerge. United's commercial arm reaches so far and so deep into Asia these days,...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Arsenal commit to staying silent on Van Persie talks despite City and Juventus interest

Arsenal will not be rushed into making an announcement on captain Robin van Persie's future, chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists.Van Persie scored 37 times for the Gunners last season but he could leave the Emirates Stadium this summer if he fails to...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 


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