News archive from 15 January 2017, page 10

Martin Keown blasts Dimitri Payet over West Ham spat: Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal keen

Martin Keown blasts Dimitri Payet over West Ham spat: Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal keen

Payet says he won’t play for West Ham and wants a transfer in this month’s transfer window. Express Sport understands Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal are all interested in the France international. But Keown says the situation at the London...

 

Hibs ace Jamie Insall insists he's turned his life around after moment of madness left opponent injured for...

One punch. That is all it took. A moment of madness that threatened to ruin but in the end shaped Jamie Insall’s life. It was the final day of 2011 and he and his Pershore Town team-mates were taking on Coventry Copsewood. Insall’s best friend Bradley...

 
Charles writes Ladybird book on climate change

Charles writes Ladybird book on climate change

Charles, a vocal critic of man-made climate change, has taken on the challenges and possible solutions in the book aimed at adults, according to reports. He wrote the book with Tony Juniper, a former Friends of the Earth director, and Emily...

 
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds fears Dons flop tag

Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds fears Dons flop tag

Mark Reynolds admits Aberdeen’s current crop of players fear being labelled as one-hit wonders. The Dons won the League Cup in 2014 and have recorded two seconds and a third-place finish in the Premiership under manager Derek McInnes . But Reynolds...

 

Obesity in dogs sparks epidemic of canine arthritis

Britain’s pet dogs are suffering an epidemic of arthritis and obesity among canines could be to blame, experts have warned. New figures show the number of treatments for arthritis in dogs - which can cost up to £3,000 a year - have more than trebled...

 
Rangers new boy Emerson Hyndman insists Fulham friends will become arch enemies when he faces up to Celtic

Rangers new boy Emerson Hyndman insists Fulham friends will become arch enemies when he faces up to Celtic

As kids at Craven Cottage they were best of buddies. But in the heat of an Old Firm battle their Fulham friendship will go out the window. Ibrox new boy Emerson Hyndman was part of the London club’s youth team of 2014 who lost 5-3 to Chelsea in the FA...

 
Mark Reynolds says Aberdeen's lack of facilities means Dons are missing out on 500 hours of training every season

Mark Reynolds says Aberdeen's lack of facilities means Dons are missing out on 500 hours of training every...

Mark Reynolds reckons Aberdeen’s footballing development is suffering at every level due to their lack of a training ground. The defender says senior pros and kids are losing as much as 500 hours a year working on their skills. Aberdeen chiefs have...

 
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers offers help to new SFA Performance Director Malky Mackay

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers offers help to new SFA Performance Director Malky Mackay

Brendan Rodgers has revealed he’s open and willing to help Malky Mackay get Scottish football back on its feet. The Celtic manager insists he no problem with offering assistance to the new performance director and his bosses at the SFA if asked....

 
Scotland star Robert Snodgrass says he needs long-term security but Hull City won't oblige

Scotland star Robert Snodgrass says he needs long-term security but Hull City won't oblige

Whenever Hull City have needed him Robert Snodgrass has stepped up to the plate. Not only has he rattled in nine goals to help lift the team off the bottom of the English Premier League and reach the League Cup semis, the Scot has become the Tigers’...

 
Winter break may have been beneficial for teams but it's been brutal for fans - Gannon

Winter break may have been beneficial for teams but it's been brutal for fans - Gannon

Buckle up, we’re in for a rough day tomorrow. Boffins have worked out that January 16 is going to be the most depressing day of the year. Blue Monday. Maximum misery. The geeks have come up with a mathematical formula and it turns out the next 24...

 
Andy Murray will be kept at the top of his game by relentless coach Ivan Lendl

Andy Murray will be kept at the top of his game by relentless coach Ivan Lendl

Sir Andy Murray reckons the experience of his coach Ivan Lendl will help him stay world No.1. The Scot plays his first Grand Slam as the world’s top-ranked player when the Australian Open starts tomorrow and Murray knows he will be pushed by Lendl -...

 
Kilmarnock identity is being killed by revolving door transfer policy - Parks

Kilmarnock identity is being killed by revolving door transfer policy - Parks

At first it sounded like more fake news. Surely Kilmarnock hadn’t really signed another batch of English kids on loan. Sadly, the club’s unofficial anthem, Soft Cell’s Say Hello, Wave Goodbye, was being placed on the turntable as three Newcastle...

 
Rangers fans deserve the truth not ex-employees telling them pot of gold is still at the end of the rainbow - Waddell

Rangers fans deserve the truth not ex-employees telling them pot of gold is still at the end of the rainbow...

It’s like there’s some kind of learning vacuum at Ibrox. A mysterious, lobotomising vortex. Tell someone, ‘You can’t spend what you don’t have’ at the bottom of the old marble staircase, then watch in wonder as it becomes, ‘You’ve got to speculate to...

 
Rangers veterans Kenny Miller and Clint Hill set for new deals

Rangers veterans Kenny Miller and Clint Hill set for new deals

Mark Warburton will urge Rangers chiefs to tie up veterans Kenny Miller and Clint Hill on new contracts. Their deals are up at the end of the season but Warbs is keen for both to stay. Miller , 37, and Hill, 38, have been two of Gers’ most consistent...

 
Celtic skipper Scott Brown can star for club AND country believes James Forrest

Celtic skipper Scott Brown can star for club AND country believes James Forrest

James Forrest watched Scott Brown slot back into Scotland’s midfield like he’d never been away. Now the winger has told his Celtic team-mate the entire national team are praying his Wembley appearance against England wasn’t his last. Like everyone...

 


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