News archive from 8 November 2013, page 2

MARTIN KEOWN: It's not all about their firepower... Arsenal's defence is a solid unit

Arsenal are on fire and while much of the praise is rightly going to the forward players, there has been great resilience at the back this season. In Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker, they have an excellent central defensive partnership that just...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 

Agbonlahor ready to end career at Villa, as fan-favourite forward prepares for contract talks with Lambert

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has revealed he will likely sit down with Gabriel Agbonlahor at the end of the season to discuss a deal to fulfill his desire of being a one-club man. Now 27, Agbonlahor has been with Villa for over 15 years, breaking...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 

Those supporters are wrong, we are a brand! Hull chief defends 'Tigers' name change stance

Hull chief Nick Thompson says that supporters are wrong if they do not think the football club is a brand. The club came under fire for their controversial plans to become known as the Hull City Tigers, rather than Hull City AFC. Thompson, the club's...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 
Are the days of free content on the net numbered?

Are the days of free content on the net numbered?

Fortune writer Adam Lashinsky seemed stunned and bemused by the blowback from his readers. He had written about the 3G buyout of Heinz on the professional networking site LinkedIn, and added: "Fortune [where I work] published a longish preview of...

 
Twitter shares soar in frenzied NYSE debut

Twitter shares soar in frenzied NYSE debut

The strong performance on Thursday is encouraging for the venture capitalists who have backed other consumer Web startups, such as Square or Pinterest, though it sounded alarm bells for some investors who cautioned that the froth was unwarranted....

 

McNamara in selection controversy as the England coach opts to REST Roby and Widdop for crunch tie against...

England coach Steve McNamara is facing more controversy after "resting' James Roby and Gareth Widdop for tomorrow's World Cup clash with Fiji at Hull's KC Stadium. Roby has missed large parts of the season after needing surgery on both ankles...

Daily Mail, 01:04 in Sport
 

Scotland 22 USA 8: Unbeatable Bravehearts score 22 unanswered points as USA fall to their first defeat of...

Scotland came from 8-0 down to score 22 unanswered points and inflict a first defeat of the World Cup on the Tomahawks to finish unbeaten in Group C. But the battling Bravehearts face an agonising wait to see if the Salford success is enough to take...

Daily Mail, 01:04 in Sport
 

On a wing and a prayer: Injuries hand under-fire Ashton one final chance to rescue his England career from...

Chris Ashton was on Thursday urged to capitalise on a dramatic England selection reprieve by proving he is worthy of one last chance at international level. Saracens' cross-code wing was on the brink of being dropped right out of the match-day squad...

Daily Mail, 01:04 in Sport
 

Wales are on the start line of a two-year race to the World Cup... it's time we beat a southern hemisphere...

Sam Warburton stood up in a team meeting earlier this week and hit the nail on the head. He said Wales have ups and downs against European teams but overall our record is very good. But every autumn we say that this is the time to take a southern...

Daily Mail, 01:04 in Sport
 

Scottish rugby chiefs turn to GARLIC to save Murrayfield pitch ahead of Japan clash

Its pungent powers are legendary for keeping away vampires, colds, and even potential kissing partners. Now garlic is the latest weapon adopted by Scottish rugby chiefs in their battle to save the country's international pitch after an invasion of...

Daily Mail, 01:04 in Sport
 

Rise of nip and tuck tourism: Nearly a third of Brits who opt for cosmetic surgery now have their operation...

A third of Brits who opt for cosmetic surgery such as boob jobs and face lifts now travel abroad to get it done on the cheap, according to a new study. The research suggests we have become a nation of cosmetic surgery tourists, with many seeking...

Daily Mail, 01:08 in Health
 

Unravel the secrets of your psyche: Your view of these ink blots could reveal your deepest desires - and...

Look at the third image on the right - do you see a strong man flexing his muscles? That could mean you are highly capable and always rise to a challenge. What about the second - does it look like two emus wearing feather boas? If so, you could be...

Daily Mail, 01:08 in Health
 

Baby's gaze indicates the early signs of autism: Children who avoid eye contact may be at higher risk of...

Babies who are reluctant to look into people's eyes may be showing early signs of autism, new research suggests. The study shows that signs of the condition can be identified as early as in the first few months of life. Scientists used eye-tracking...

Daily Mail, 01:08 in Health
 

Hodgson remains defiant but admits England World Cup qualification euphoria was crushed by race row

Roy Hodgson admits his euphoria at leading England to the World Cup was crushed by the reaction to his space-monkey joke, but he is unlikely to change how he speaks. Hodgson is verbose, whether addressing the media or his players. His sentences twist...

Daily Mail, 01:30 in Sport
 

Hazard pays price for passport blunder following trip to former club Lille

Eden Hazard's failure to report for training on Monday was a result of him losing his passport. Jose Mourinho dropped the Chelsea forward for Wednesday's 3-0 Champions League win over Schalke as punishment for his no-show. The Belgian was given...

Daily Mail, 01:30 in Sport
 


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