News archive from 10 May 2013, page 2

David replaces Goliath but Chosen One Moyes has done it with Sir Alex's blessing and knows he can lean on a...

Deep in the bowels of Old Trafford there is a room not much larger than a cubicle located off the corridor leading up to what is now known as the media centre.Occasionally, in moments of great excitement or high agitation, Fergie would use it as a...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Former England keeper and BT pundit James blasts 'conflict of interests' for Neville as Sky pundit and...

David James, one of BT Sport's trio of lead football pundits, used the network's unveiling event yesterday to attack Sky counterpart Gary Neville over his "conflict of interest'. Former England goalkeeper James's strong criticism of his former...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Our turn to rule! Toure predicts Fergie departure will see a shift in power to City

Yaya Toure has warned Manchester United that Sir Alex Ferguson's decision to quit could alter the balance of power in English top-flight football.Ferguson's last act as United manager will be to lift the Premier League trophy that his team have...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Mature approach pays off for Rory at Sawgrass as Northern Irishman sits in second place

No wonder Rory McIlroy went into the Players Championship with the laid-back attitude that things could only get better given a record of three missed halfway cuts from three previous appearances. Intent in the past on bludgeoning the course into...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Di Canio: Ferguson twice put out the festive feelers about signing me... so I swore at him

Paolo Di Canio swore down the phone to Sir Alex Ferguson when he was called on Christmas day, because he thought it was a friend playing a practical joke. Ferguson revealed in his autobiography that one of his three regrets was not signing the...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Alonso promises to attack on home turf and sets his sights on high-flying Vettel

Fernando Alonso has vowed to win back some national pride for Spain this weekend by halting Sebastian Vettel's march to a fourth successive Formula One world title. In the football world the score stands at 8-1 to Germany after Barcelona were thumped...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Arsenal line up Sagna replacement as Polish star Piszczek could join Dortmund exodus

Arsenal are set to test Borussia Dortmund's resolve to hold onto another of their other stars, Lukasz Piszczek.The Gunners have identified the Pole as a replacement for Bacary Sagna if they are unable to resolve the Frenchman's contract dispute....

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Sevilla's Botia could be next for Spurs revolution as AVB looks for defensive cover

Tottenham are showing interest in Sevilla centre-back Alberto Botia. The 24-year-old former Barcelona trainee is on the wishlist at Swansea and Wigan also but Tottenham are considering a deal with concerns over Steven Caulker's future and William...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Berbat-off? Fulham star could be tempted by move to Turkish giants Galatasaray

Fulham fear Galatasaray's riches will lure star striker Dimitar Berbatov away this summer. The Turkish club are are preparing a £5million bid for the former Tottenham and Manchester United man, capped 77 times by Bulgaria. Galatasaray are willing to...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Petrov lined up for Villa coaching role after midfielder calls time on his career following leukaemia battle

Lambert will offer Stiliyan Petrov a job within his set-up at Aston Villa after the midfielder yesterday confirmed his retirement.Villa's boss said he had discussed the possibility of adding the former Bulgaria skipper to his backroom team after...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Shock setback for returning Federer as Nishikori triumphs in Madrid

Defending champion Roger Federer was stunned 6-4, 1-6, 6-2 by Japan's Kei Nishikori in the last 16 of the Mutua Madrid Open. Despite a second-set fightback, the second seed was too often below his best in his first tournament after a two-month break....

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

The day 'Puskas' won it for Blackpool: Armfield recalls how a duck helped win the Matthews final

It will always be remembered as the "Matthews Final', which in itself is pretty odd given that another player - centre forward Stan Mortensen - scored a hat-trick to win it. Back in 1953, though, the tens of thousands of Blackpool supporters...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Is there any way back for Wayne? Rooney has asked to leave... and new manager Moyes might not stand in his way

Incoming Manchester United manager David Moyes holds the key to Wayne Rooney's future after news of the striker's latest request to leave Old Trafford. The revelation in Thursday's Sportsmail that Rooney had asked Sir Alex Ferguson two weeks ago to...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Cavendish wins 169km sixth stage of Giro d'Italia to regain the red jersey but Wiggins remains 34 seconds...

Britain's Mark Cavendish captured his 99th professional win on Thursday in the Giro d'Italia with a faultlessly executed bunch sprint victory ahead of Italy's Elia Viviani and Australian Matthew Goss. Home rider Luca Paolini, who rides for the Katusha...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

There's more to come! Bale warns Premier League rivals he can get even better

Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year Gareth Bale believes he can get even better next season.The Wales international, 23, topped the 2012/13 poll of journalists with a narrow victory over Manchester United forward Robin van Persie, who...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 


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