News archive from 13 November 2014, page 6

Sheffield United hit by a storm of outrage over decision to let convicted rapist Ched Evans return to training

Considering the weight of opposition building up against them over the Ched Evans controversy, taking on the 11 men of Walsall must have felt like an altogether more even contest for Sheffield United. As the issue escalated dramatically on Wednesday,...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Lionel Messi makes a young fan's night by signing autograph on to matchday programme before Argentina...

Lionel Messi made a young fan's night by scribbling his autograph on to a matchday programme before Argentina's 2-1 win against Croatia at Upton Park.  The young boy looked delighted after getting the chance to meet the Barcelona superstar ahead of...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Andy Murray's referendum row could boost Roger Federer in showdown at ATP World Tour Finals

Andy Murray created a public relations storm two months ago with his pro-Scottish independence tweet and we wait to see if more fallout comes on Thursday night. For against him as he fights for his life at the Barclays ATP World Finals is Roger...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

The day England gave Mussolini a bloody nose! All hell broke loose when Italy came to Highbury in 1934

Today's international friendlies may often be humdrum affairs, with nothing resting on them other than club fans and managers desperate for their star players to avoid injury. Yet at Highbury, 80 years ago on Friday, an encounter between England and...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 
Leading breast cancer charities to merge

Leading breast cancer charities to merge

TWO of the largest charities in the battle against breast cancer are to merge, it was announced yesterday. Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Campaign will launch the new charity in the spring, with the chief ­executives of both groups...

Scotsman, 01:23 in Hot News
 

Wayne Rooney admits he would swap his 100 England caps to win a World Cup or European Championship with...

Wayne Rooney admits he would swap his century of England caps to win a World Cup or European Championship with his country. The England forward, who wins his 100th cap against Slovenia at Wembley on Saturday, has never been beyond a quarter-final with...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Arsenal open transfer talks to sign £20m Roma striker Mattia Destro

Arsenal are closer to the signing of £20million-rated Italy striker Mattia Destro after reportedly opening talks with Roma over a deal. Destro, who has been strongly linked with Chelsea in recent weeks, has been tipped to depart Roma in the new year...

Metro, 01:23 in Sport
 

Manasa Saulo has gone from cutting sugar to World Cup warm-up in a matter of months

Four months ago Manasa Saulo was cutting sugar cane in rural Fiji, waiting anxiously to discover if his life-changing move to Europe had fallen through. Working on the plantation was a way to take his mind off things as visa issues looked like...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Stewart Downing believes West Ham move saved his England career after more than two years in the...

Stewart Downing was playing left back for Liverpool when he got a call from the chief executive Ian Ayre in August last year. ‘West Ham have made an offer, we’ve agreed a fee and it’s up to you,’ is football code for one thing: pack your bags. It is...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Bryan Habana says England are mad not to pick Toulon team-mate Steffon Armitage

Having spent the past two seasons watching Steffon Armitage smash opponents in matches and team-mates in training, Bryan Habana admits he’s delighted not to be facing England’s exiled No 7 at Twickenham on Saturday. South Africa’s former World Player...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Scott Baldwin puts his skater-boy past behind him as he prepares to make first start for Wales

Scott Baldwin will make his first Wales start on Saturday but there was a time when the hooker looked more likely to follow in the footsteps of Tony Hawk, the American skateboarder, than Tony Woodcock, the 110-cap All Blacks front-row. Having ditched...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic gives Swedish team-mate John Guidetti his seal of approval 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has delivered his seal of approval to John Guidetti and insisted the striker deserves to be back in the Sweden squad. The Paris St Germain superstar took a verbal swipe at Guidetti last year when he suggested the 22-year-old should...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 

As Wayne Rooney prepares for his 100th England cap, Sportsmail writers reveal their best memories of the...

As Wayne Rooney prepares to pull on an England shirt for the 100th time, Sportsmail writers provide their memories of the striker from his time representing the Three Lions...   JEFF POWELL The first day of March, 2006, was unusually wintry, even for...

Daily Mail, 01:23 in Sport
 
Miliband: Critics Know We Can Win Election

Miliband: Critics Know We Can Win Election

Ed Miliband is to take on his critics by insisting he has the "resilience" and "fight" to make it to Number 10, despite a slump in the polls and plots to oust him as Labour leader. In a speech already dismissed by the Conservatives...

 

Final deal in Iran nuclear talks unlikely by deadline - sources

Western and Iranian officials told Reuters the two sides would probably settle for another interim agreement that builds on the limited sanctions relief agreed a year ago as they hammer away at their deep disagreements in the coming months. "We...

 


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