News archive from 15 December 2012, page 11

GARETH BALE IN DIVE TALKS

GARETH BALE IN DIVE TALKS

The Tottenham winger says that no amount of yellow cards are going to stop him from going to ground because he is convinced that taking a tumble is the only way he can stop himself from suffering a major impact injury. Despite TV evidence of clear...

 
GUNNERS HURTING

GUNNERS HURTING

Wenger admitted his players are hurting from the Capital One Cup humiliation and insisted that they do care. “I have had groups who had fantastic results who were less serious than these players, believe me,” said Wenger. “Players who were less...

 
‘FOURTH IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH' SAYS BRENDAN RODGERS

‘FOURTH IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH' SAYS BRENDAN RODGERS

Liverpool boss Rodgers tapped into an improvement in form by suggesting his squad should not limit itself to simply targeting the final Champions League place this season as he outlined the values once cherished at Anfield. The green shoots of a...

 
WEST BROM BOSS STEVE CLARKE: I HAVE MY NASTY SIDE

WEST BROM BOSS STEVE CLARKE: I HAVE MY NASTY SIDE

STEVE CLARKE insists he can be ‘Mr Nasty' despite being axed by West Ham in 2010 for being too nice. The West Brom boss lost his assistant manager's job at the Hammers in 2010 along with supremo Gianfranco Zola after escaping relegation by one place....

Daily Star, 02:26 in Sport
 
FULHAM BOSS MARTIN JOL BACKS QPR BOSS HARRY REDKNAPP

FULHAM BOSS MARTIN JOL BACKS QPR BOSS HARRY REDKNAPP

MARTIN JOL has backed Harry Redknapp to mastermind a miracle mission with QPR – and he should know. Harry will hope to kick-start his latest Houdini act with a win over Jol's Fulham. But the Dutchman says all is not lost and he has experience of a...

Daily Star, 02:27 in Sport
 

Hundreds at vigil after gun rampage

Hundreds of people have attended a church vigil in Connecticut to remember the victims of the school shooting that left 27 people dead. With the St Rose of Lima church in Newtown filled to capacity, hundreds of people stood outside, some holding hands...

 
HARRY REDKNAPP ADMITS HE FACES TOUGH TASK AT QPR

HARRY REDKNAPP ADMITS HE FACES TOUGH TASK AT QPR

HARRY REDKNAPP admits he faces a big job just to kick-start QPR's survival bid and end a miserable 2012 on a high. Redknapp won't have any fond memories of the past year. He has endured the stresses of a court case, the setback of being snubbed by...

Daily Star, 02:30 in Sport
 
RUTHLESS SIR ALEX FERGUSON ORDERS MANCHESTER UNITED TO GO FOR THE KILL

RUTHLESS SIR ALEX FERGUSON ORDERS MANCHESTER UNITED TO GO FOR THE KILL

SIR ALEX FERGUSON has ordered Manchester United to go for the jugular and kill off their title rivals once and for all. United have raced into a six-point lead at the top of the table but Fergie is taking nothing for granted after last season. The...

Daily Star, 02:35 in Sport
 

Pregnant women 'overshare details'

Mothers-to-be may be divulging too much pregnancy information on social media, a survey suggests. Two in five people believe that pregnant women "overshare" details on websites such as Facebook, according to a poll by Netmums and the...

 
BRIAN MCDERMOTT WANTS READING'S FOOTBALL TO GRAB THE HEADLINES

BRIAN MCDERMOTT WANTS READING'S FOOTBALL TO GRAB THE HEADLINES

READING manager Brian ­McDermott wants his side to grab the headlines with their football – not their ­off-field antics. Midfielder Danny Guthrie rocked the Royals this week when he refused to travel to Sunderland, though he has since apologised. And...

Daily Star, 02:37 in Sport
 
Road shut in Sowerby Bridge because of gushing water from leaking canal

Road shut in Sowerby Bridge because of gushing water from leaking canal

Water was reported gushing from the canal last night. Council engineers attended and closed the road at 11pm. The road was gritted and re-opened this morning.

 

Britons saving more, survey reveals

Britons are showing signs of saving more after figures revealed the amount of money put aside increased for the second successive quarter. The NS&I Quarterly Savings Survey said Britons saved an average of 7.3% or £90 of their monthly income, up...

 
SUNDERLAND BOSS MARTIN O'NEILL FEARS PAYBACK FROM MANCHESTER UNITED

SUNDERLAND BOSS MARTIN O'NEILL FEARS PAYBACK FROM MANCHESTER UNITED

SUNDERLAND are bracing themselves for a Manchester United backlash at Old Trafford today. Martin O'Neill has warned his team they are in the firing line after the way Back Cats' fans celebrated ­United's last-gasp title loss in May. When news filtered...

Daily Star, 02:40 in Sport
 

Britons saving more, survey reveals

The NS&I Quarterly Savings Survey said Britons saved an average of 7.3% or £90 of their monthly income, up from £87 in July and a big improvement on the £83 seen in autumn 2010, the lowest figure since records began in 2004. Savings levels...

 

Britons saving more, survey reveals

Britons are showing signs of saving more after figures revealed the amount of money put aside increased for the second successive quarter. The NS&I Quarterly Savings Survey said Britons saved an average of 7.3% or £90 of their monthly income, up...

 


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