News archive from 9 February 2014, page 6

Sacked Laudrup attracting interest from Spurs and Real, Chelsea keep tabs on Falcao... and Fergie set for...

0 View comments Michael Laudrup is on Tottenham’s radar but Real Madrid are considering turning to the Dane in the summer. As predicted by Grapevine last week Laudrup’s position at Swansea was fragile although it appeared the club would stick with him...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

Matt Scott: It cannot feel any worse than this but we have to turn things around now

This is an awful feeling. I don't think I played very well at all and losing 20-0 at home to England without scoring a point leaves you thinking that you have let everyone - friends, family, fans and team-mates - down. But that is part and parcel of...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

Exeter 16-17 Northampton: Pisi's late heroics see Saints edge out Chiefs

A late try from George Pisi, converted by fly-half Stephen Myler, moved Northampton to the top of the Aviva Premiership table. The final minutes saw the Saints camped out close to the Chiefs line searching for seven points to steal the victory and a...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

Retirement? I want to play until I reach 65, says evergreen Everton defender Distin

Everton's Peter Pan defender Sylvain Distin is older than fellow thirty-somethings Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand and John Terry, who all face the crossroads in their careers this summer. Unlike them, Distin, 36, has already been awarded a contract for...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 
Rosemary Conley's financial SOS as the 5:2 diet dominates her business

Rosemary Conley's financial SOS as the 5:2 diet dominates her business

The saddened boss was locked in crisis talks with her administrator and franchisees. She said: “It is a very challenging time. Hopefully investors will be interested in taking the business forward but we are not going to the morgue.” Joint...

 

Brown: Murrayfield pitch 'not good enough' despite England's comfortable victory

Mike Brown labelled the worm-infested Murrayfield pitch as ‘not good enough for international rugby’ after England’s comfortable victory over Scotland. Both sides struggled to overcome horrendous conditions underfoot brought about by tiny nemotode...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 
Crazed fan tried to kill INXS singer Michael Hutchence with a letter bomb

Crazed fan tried to kill INXS singer Michael Hutchence with a letter bomb

Hutchence shrugged off the attack, saying “our aim is to entertain people” and insisting the 1993 tour must go on. The “clumsy package” was sent to the Australian pop star at a German hotel where the band were staying during their Get Out Of My House...

 

Former New Zealand batsman Vincent gets visit from Met's 'match-fix' team

The prospect of three New Zealand cricketers facing trial in London over allegations of match-fixing moved a step closer after Metropolitan Police officers flew out to interview one suspect. The Met team went to Auckland to formally talk to former New...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

Flower backs Moores for a second stint as England's team director

Peter Moores' hopes of being the man to shape the future of English cricket are backed by his former No 2, Andy Flower. Flower quit as team director after deciding the Test and limited-overs sides needed only one coach in charge, but remains...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

Flower wasn't KP's only England target... he had it in for Cook and Prior, too

The scale of the divisiveness on the Ashes tour which ultimately cost Kevin Pietersen his international career extended beyond a push for the removal of team director Andy Flower. While Pietersen’s barely disguised contempt for Flower’s management and...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

'Big three' of England, India and Australia tighten grip to hit the TV jackpot

0 View comments Cricket's ‘big three’ nations England, India and Australia, have been accused of plunging the sport into its biggest crisis since Kerry Packer’s World Series divided the game in the late Seventies. The International Cricket Council...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 

Rooney must behave on and off pitch to be my captain: Striker lined up as skipper – if he signs new £75m...

Wayne Rooney is being lined up as the next captain of Manchester United — with a reminder from manager David Moyes that whoever picks up the armband from Nemanja Vidic must convince him that their off-the-field behaviour will not bring the coveted...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Sport
 
The Grand Canyon is only a taster of what adventurous Arizona has to offer

The Grand Canyon is only a taster of what adventurous Arizona has to offer

I am standing as close to the edge as I dare. I'm on the rim of Tower Butte, a 5,000ft flat-topped sandstone pinnacle in Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park. Scanning the dramatic red-rock landscape I can make out the shimmering waters of Lake Powell and...

 
Taste the high life whilst skiing with James Blunt in vibrant Verbier

Taste the high life whilst skiing with James Blunt in vibrant Verbier

I've jsut been swept off my feet by James Blunt. Sadly, not by the singer but by a chairlift named in his honour, 8,858ft up in the mountains above Verbier. The Swiss ski resort is one of the world's finest and a favourite with celebrities such as...

 
Rolling hills, fine ales and boutique hotels: Relax in the luxury of the Yorkshire Dales

Rolling hills, fine ales and boutique hotels: Relax in the luxury of the Yorkshire Dales

FIRST IMPRESSIONS Set on a hill brow just outside the pretty Yorkshire village of Burnsall, the stone-built Devonshire Fell looks, at first glance, like a rather dour country house hotel. Inside however, I was pleased to find something more akin to a...

 


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