News archive from 10 January 2012, page 2

FA TELL CLUBS TO CALM DOWN

FA TELL CLUBS TO CALM DOWN

LIVERPOOL and Manchester United will be offered a timely reminder by the FA of their responsibilities ahead of the potentially incendiary showdown at the end of the month. The move will be one of a number of measures to be implemented in an attempt...

 
ASTON VILLA TO TAKE ON ‘TIP-TOP’ ROBBIE KEANE

ASTON VILLA TO TAKE ON ‘TIP-TOP’ ROBBIE KEANE

ASTON VILLA are set to rubber-stamp the loan signing of Robbie Keane after the striker trained with them for the first time. Villa are awaiting the completion of paperwork by LA Galaxy to conclude the £500,000 loan deal. Keane is set to join for...

 
ALL SPIRIT, LESS WHINE FOR PATRICE EVRA

ALL SPIRIT, LESS WHINE FOR PATRICE EVRA

PATRICE EVRA paid tribute to Manchester United’s ­unquenchable spirit after their FA Cup win over City. It is something they will have to draw on again – and soon. As he spoke, Evra was unaware that he will need to dig deep into his own resources...

 
CARDIFF'S MARK HUDSON: CRAIG BELLAMY HAS MADE US GO LIKE CLAPPERS

CARDIFF'S MARK HUDSON: CRAIG BELLAMY HAS MADE US GO LIKE CLAPPERS

MARK HUDSON believes Craig Bellamy is still firing Cardiff towards a Wembley return. Bluebirds skipper Hudson will lead out Cardiff at former club Crystal Palace tonight in the Carling Cup semi-fi nal fi rst leg. And he’s determined to set a winning...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
CRYSTAL PALACE BOSS DOUGIE FREEDMAN FEELING A BIT SICK

CRYSTAL PALACE BOSS DOUGIE FREEDMAN FEELING A BIT SICK

CRYSTAL PALACE are under doctors’ ­orders not to let a mystery virus wreck their Wembley dream. Dougie Freedman’s side face Cardiff for a place in the Carling Cup final. But seven of his squad have been laid low by illness ahead of tonight’s first...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
SNOOKER: BARRY HEARN SAYS HAI TO CHINA

SNOOKER: BARRY HEARN SAYS HAI TO CHINA

CHINA has landed its third full ranking tournament after the World Open was moved to Haikou. The event joins the China Open and Shanghai Masters. World snooker chief Barry Hearn said: “The popularity of snooker in China continues to grow.”

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
DARLAN HEADS FOR SUPREME

DARLAN HEADS FOR SUPREME

CHELTENHAM'S Supreme Novices' Hurdle beckons for the Nicky Henderson-trained Darlan after a cheeky success at Taunton yesterday. Always travelling sweetly in the hands of Barry Geraghty, he was brought to challenge two from home before leading at the...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
VITALI KLITSCHKO HAS AN ITCH HE’D LIKE TO SCRATCH

VITALI KLITSCHKO HAS AN ITCH HE’D LIKE TO SCRATCH

VITALI KLITSCHKO last night dismissed David Haye as “an itch that has to be removed”. WBC world heavyweight champion Klitschko is in advanced negotiations with former WBA champ Haye over a possible fight in June. Vitali’s younger brother Wladimir...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
UFC: MIGHTY TERRY ETIM IS CHOKER IN PACK

UFC: MIGHTY TERRY ETIM IS CHOKER IN PACK

TERRY ETIM is one of the great entertainers in the UFC – and he has no intention of losing that tag. Scouser Etim will be back in action this weekend when he meets Edson Barboza at UFC 142 in Rio, his first fight since a sensational 17-second...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
TENNIS: JUDY MURRAY UP FOR FIGHT

TENNIS: JUDY MURRAY UP FOR FIGHT

JUDY MURRAY starts her Fed Cup captaincy with matches against Israel, Portugal and Holland. Great Britain are in Pool C as part of a 15-team tournament in Israel next month. She said: “Our group is challenging but we have a strong squad.”

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
The million pound baby: Beyoncé and Jay-Z splash the cash on daughter Blue Ivy Carter

The million pound baby: Beyoncé and Jay-Z splash the cash on daughter Blue Ivy Carter

'They"ve even splashed out on a £20,000 magical windmill playhouse for the garden and a mini Bugatti car, too.' And their extravagance doesn't stop there - the couple have even bought expensive jewellery and baby trinkets to mark her birth. The...

 
Iranian, Venezuelan leaders rebuff U.S., joke about bomb

Iranian, Venezuelan leaders rebuff U.S., joke about bomb

"Despite those arrogant people who do not wish us to be together, we will unite forever," the Iranian president told Venezuela's socialist leader Chavez at the start of a visit to four left-leaning Latin American nations. Despite their...

 
HS2 cost and benefit debate not over

HS2 cost and benefit debate not over

The idea that the proposed HS2 high-speed rail link between London and Birmingham, and eventually beyond to Manchester and Leeds, would bring vast economic benefits for the UK lies behind the government's intention to invest some £17bn, rising to...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
The emotional rollercoaster of living abroad

The emotional rollercoaster of living abroad

These four professionals have very different feelings about the countries they moved to for work: "The State IS the religion. You cannot contradict the State. It's not that it is a crime, it is as though it's a sin." "All of a sudden...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
Viewpoint: Asian markets face volatile year

Viewpoint: Asian markets face volatile year

This year is likely to be very similar to 2011 where the major macroeconomic events are concerned. The major issues of the eurozone crisis, the anaemic recovery of the US economy and the continued debate over the health of the Chinese property...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 


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