News archive from 13 February 2014, page 3

Maradona celebrates wildly as former club Napoli beat Roma to reach Coppa Italia final

Diego Maradona celebrated wildly as former club Napoli overcame Roma to reach the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday night. The Argentina legend, who won the World Cup in 1986, sat with Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentis as Rafa Benitez's side won 3-0...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

Macklin closes in on Sturm re-match as world champion prepares to name opponent

Matthew Macklin should learn within the next week if he will be granted a dream rematch with IBF world champion Felix Sturm in April. The Anglo-Irish middleweight has been chasing the Bosnian-born German champion since losing a highly-disputed 2011...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

VIDEO: Protest for jailed Doncaster dad who defaced Queen’s portrait

Protestors gathered outside a London jail to show their support for a Doncaster dad who was jailed for vandalising a portait of the Queen. Campaigners stood outside Wandsworth Prison with placards and loudhailers calling for the release of Tim Haries,...

 
Not good enough! Boo's at Emirates as both sides drop points

Not good enough! Boo's at Emirates as both sides drop points

Ordinarily a goalless draw against the defending champions would not be seen as a bad result, even if it prevented the Gunners from leapfrogging Chelsea at the top of the Premier League. To be fair, the visitors had the best chances with former...

 
Toon torture! Adebayor double puts Alan Pardew on the rack

Toon torture! Adebayor double puts Alan Pardew on the rack

Tottenham won through a brace by Emmanuel Adebayor and strikes from Paulinho and Nacer Chadli to leave the north Londoners within striking distance of the top four, but for Newcastle boss Pardew this was another night of despair for his fading...

 
Arsene Wenger's Gunners can't sink Manchester United

Arsene Wenger's Gunners can't sink Manchester United

To make a statement that here was a team that would not crumble, not falter in the chase. But they blew it. Manchester United came to the Emirates a wounded, limping beast. But there is no doubt that it will be David Moyes who will be the happier...

 
Steven Gerrard spot on to keep Liverpool in the hunt for title

Steven Gerrard spot on to keep Liverpool in the hunt for title

Brendan Rodgers would argue beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Steven Gerrard scored a last-minute penalty as Liverpool displayed their powers of recovery to leave Fulham nothing to show for their spirited endeavours and rooted to the bottom of the...

 
Peter Crouch's tall story? Better than Ronaldo

Peter Crouch's tall story? Better than Ronaldo

He scored in the 17th minute, giving him 86 career Premier League goals, more than Cristiano Ronaldo, Carlos Tevez and Fernando Torres - and a share of the spoils here. Crouch also loves Swansea coming to the Britannia Stadium because this was his...

 
COMMENT: Emirates becomes a wasteland as lack of conviction kills excitement

COMMENT: Emirates becomes a wasteland as lack of conviction kills excitement

ROBIN VAN PERSIE failed to score against Arsenal. So did Juan Mata. There have been times when that would have made Arsene Wenger extremely happy because both men have made a habit recently of persecuting his team. Instead, frustration creased...

 
Manchester Utd set for £150million summer spending spree

Manchester Utd set for £150million summer spending spree

Following criticism from former captain Roy Keane that United are paying the price this season for “cutting corners” in the transfer market, executive-vice-chairman Woodward insists manager David Moyes will be given the financial backing for a major...

 
Better safe than sorry: Everton and Manchester City games called off due to severe weather

Better safe than sorry: Everton and Manchester City games called off due to severe weather

Houses on the roads around Goodison Park, some of which date back to the Victorian era, suffered structural damage in gale force winds. The late decision to call the match off, just 35 minutes before kick-off, was criticised by supporters who had...

 
Victor Anichebe celebrates pivotal point for Baggies

Victor Anichebe celebrates pivotal point for Baggies

For the second successive game at The Hawthorns, Anichebe came off the bench to score an equaliser and earn Albion a draw against one of the Premier League's high-fliers. Earlier this month Anichebe took just three minutes to get off the mark...

 
Saints star Luke's a sure thing for England boss Roy Hodgson

Saints star Luke's a sure thing for England boss Roy Hodgson

Southampton teenager Shaw has impressed this season and is likely to be handed a chance to impress ahead of the World Cup in the game at Wembley on March 5. England manager Hodgson, who is also monitoring Liverpool youngster Jon Flanagan, has already...

 
Feeling left out, Mr President? How Michelle Obama got her revenge

Feeling left out, Mr President? How Michelle Obama got her revenge

The US First Lady giggled as Francois Hollande turned his back on the leader of the free world to charm his wife at a state dinner in Washington. And while 52-year-old Barack Obama's expression suggests he may be reconsidering his “special...

 

Is this the iPhone 6? Pictures claiming to show Apple's big screen handset posted to Twitter

A mysterious Twitter user has posted a series of pictures claiming to be the casing of Apple's iPhone 6. They show handset in various states of competition sporting a bigger screen and a slimmed down, curved design. The images were posted to a mystery...

 


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