News archive from 15 September 2012, page 9

Hughes calls for 'ridiculous' pre-match handshakes to be axed

QPR manager Mark Hughes branded the handshake row "ridiculous' and called for the ritual to be axed."Is this the best way to do it? I think it's open to debate,' he said. "Maybe something could be done after the match.

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

The Saturday debate: Who are the greatest one-club players?

With Paul Scholes about to clock up 700 games for Manchester United, Sportsmail asked a selection of its writers for their favourite one-club player. Derek Lawrenson Golf Correspondent STEVEN GERRARD (Liverpool, 1998- ) Gerrard has played all his...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Mancini fury over Aguero trip as striker battles to be fit to face Real Madrid

Roberto Mancini hit out at the "stupid rule' that has jeopardised Sergio Aguero's chances of being fit for Manchester City's trip to Stoke and their Champions League clash with Real Madrid in the Bernabeu on Tuesday night.Aguero has not played...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Wigan given ref ride as Dowd appointed for Man United clash

Wigan are baffled by Phil Dowd's appointment as fourth official at Manchester United on Saturday. Dowd's last two matches in charge of Wigan have both been against United - in the first he sent off a Wigan player and in the second he ruled out a...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

West Ham boss Allardyce keeps on-loan Benayoun guessing

Sam Allardyce will make a late decision on whether to give loan signing Yossi Benayoun his second West Ham debut at Norwich on Saturday. Benayoun, who joined from Chelsea on transfer deadline day last month, featured in both of Israel's World Cup...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Moyes in for Hitzlsperger after Everton hit by injury crisis

Everton are considering a move for out of contract midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger to plug a worrying gap in their squad. Manager David Moyes sanctioned a one-month loan for Ross Barkley to Sheffield Wednesday on Friday but will be without Darron...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 
Bootroom: Van Persie dare not fail at Manchester United

Bootroom: Van Persie dare not fail at Manchester United

Robin van Persie saw Arsenal's performance at Anfield two weeks ago and used it to motivate himself at Southampton. Their display against Liverpool was probably the best I've seen from them in four or five years. Van Persie will have digested the...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 
Broad: England don't need Pietersen to win in Twenty20

Broad: England don't need Pietersen to win in Twenty20

England arrived in Sri Lanka with Stuart Broad insisting his team do not need Kevin Pietersen to defend their World Twenty20 title. They warm up for their opening fixture against Afghanistan on Friday with matches against Australia and Pakistan, and...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Wenger not looking to hold back his prized Ox

For once, Arsene Wenger is happy with one of his starlets' early introduction into international football. Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 19, will return to face former club Southampton on the back of two competitive starts for England.

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

It's top secret: Tony Pulis on Batman, pasta and office jobs

Stoke manager Tony Pulis talks to Sportsmail about his taste in music, forcing the Stoke squad and staff to watch Batman, and explains his signature dish, Pasta a la Pulis. Who is your sporting hero? Muhammad Ali, the greatest athlete and the...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

'Haunted' Hatton seeks redemption: Pacquiao KO drives comeback as Hitman confirms November return

If he walks like he talks then the second instalment of Ricky Hatton's career might just prove more dramatic than the first. Then again, that is some 'if'.To listen to the former two-weight world champion, to hear how memories of one brutal night...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Lambert to stake all on young guns: Unproven gems ready to take their chance at Villa

Paul Lambert's gamble on youth gets its first test at Villa Park on Saturday, as £8m striker Christian Benteke makes his entrance into English football.The Aston Villa boss followed a high-risk policy of buying young and all of them may play against...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Forget the badge... it might have been you on that tragic day at Hillsborough

It has taken 23 years to blow apart the most cynical, sickeningly orchestrated cover-up by this country's Establishment since the Second World War. It has taken 23 years to demonstrate once and for all that 96 people did not die behind metal fences...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

Lloris unhappy as Friedel stays at No 1 for Reading game as French keeper settles for place on the bench

Andre Villas-Boas has told £12million signing Hugo Lloris he is the future of Tottenham - but admitted the present belongs to veteran Brad Friedel. France captain Lloris, 25, returned from international duty to find that Friedel will keep the...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 
Too much, too young: Rodgers refuses to spoil Sterling with big payday

Too much, too young: Rodgers refuses to spoil Sterling with big payday

Brendan Rodgers has told Raheem Sterling to banish thoughts of becoming an overnight millionaire and vowed to steer the exciting winger away from the pitfalls of fame.The Liverpool manager is determined to manage expectations around the 17-year-old,...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 


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