News archive from 17 October 2014, page 5

Brendan Rodgers: I did NOT tell Roy Hodgson to rest Raheem Sterling for England... it was his decision

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has denied that the club put pressure on England boss Roy Hodgson to rest Raheem Sterling for the Three Lions' Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia on Sunday. Sterling started in the victory against San Marino the...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 

Alan Shearer, Patrick Vieira and Michael Owen join legends in the National Football Museum Hall of Fame

Three former Premier League winners in Alan Shearer, Patrick Vieira and Michael Owen were among nine names inducted into the English Hall of Fame on Thursday. Ray Wilkins, Trevor Francis, Jimmy McIlroy, Hughie Gallacher, paralympian Matt Dimbylow and...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 
Obama approves reservists for Ebola fight, government under fire

Obama approves reservists for Ebola fight, government under fire

Obama's move came after lawmakers held a congressional hearing to probe the federal response to the virus. Amid criticism of perceived missteps by the administration, many House of Representatives members joined calls for a ban on travel from the...

 
At least 47 killed in attacks in and around Baghdad

At least 47 killed in attacks in and around Baghdad

The al Qaeda offshoot has been battling Shi'ite militias and soldiers loyal to Iraq's Shi'ite-led government as it attempts to establish a caliphate straddling Iraq and neighbouring Syria, where it has also captured swathes of territory. A suicide car...

 

Gunmen kill three Ethiopian peacekeepers in Sudan's Darfur

"This has been a bloody October for UN Peacekeeping," U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon told reporters in New York. "In Darfur, Mali and the Central African Republic, we have lost 14 peacekeepers in hostile acts - nearly one per...

 
AFL trade and free agency period: the winners and losers

AFL trade and free agency period: the winners and losers

After two weeks of wheeling and dealing, the AFL’s trade and free agency period has come to an end. The reality is most trades are ‘unfair’ for a variety of reasons. Many variables inflate and decrease value; player position, age, potential, time left...

Guardian, 01:02 in Sport
 
All Blacks could massacre divided Wallabies in Bledisloe Cup

All Blacks could massacre divided Wallabies in Bledisloe Cup

One day out from a dead rubber Bledisloe Cup Test in Brisbane and the Kurtley Beale saga rages on. It’s an unholy mess and far from over. The Australian Rugby Union’s attempts to regain control of the situation have been farcical and self-destructive...

Guardian, 01:02 in Sport
 
Jamaica bans travellers who have been to Ebola-affected nations

Jamaica bans travellers who have been to Ebola-affected nations

Jamaica announced an immediate travel ban on Thursday on foreigners who have moved through the Ebola-affected countries of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. A government statement said the ban covered “certain persons travelling directly or...

 
Town comes up roses in national floral contest

Town comes up roses in national floral contest

Chorley proved it was blooming marvellous when it scooped two awards last night at the Britain In Bloom final. The town was awarded silver in the small city category of the competition, which is run by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). The...

 

Pimp My Ride! Manchester City ace Sergio Aguero poses for picture with celebrity car customiser Yianni...

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero posed for a picture with celebrity car customiser Yianni Charalambous on Thursday afternoon. Charalambous revealed on Twitter that he had hooked up with the Argentine international before travelling back to his...

Daily Mail, 01:21 in Sport
 

The Scots' way to success is want I want, says Celtic boss Ronny Deila

Ronny Deila was in ebullient form at Lennoxtown On Thursday, not just due to a timely interruption that allowed him to both recuperate and regroup. For four months now, the shape of the Norwegian’s team at Celtic Park has been a source of fevered...

Daily Mail, 01:21 in Sport
 

Former Tottenham target Leandro Damiao faces six-game ban for trying to win penalty by pulling his OWN jersey

Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao is facing a six-game suspension for pulling his own jersey inside the penalty area. Brazil’s sports tribunal said on Thursday it had charged Damiao for attempting to dupe the referee into awarding his team a penalty...

Daily Mail, 01:24 in Sport
 
Terror cops smash 100 UK plots a week as British fanatic issues a beheading warning

Terror cops smash 100 UK plots a week as British fanatic issues a beheading warning

They have prevented “several” terrorism atrocities on the UK mainland in the past 10 months and made 218 arrests. Sixteen Brits who have returned from Syria have been charged with terrorist activity. Specialist police internet experts have removed...

 

The perfect teacher... Ferguson helping Burnley boss Dyche adapt to the Premier League after tough start

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has revealed how Sir Alex Ferguson is helping him adapt to the demands of Premier League management. Ferguson singled out Dyche for praise in an interview he gave to United’s in-house television station earlier this week,...

Daily Mail, 01:24 in Sport
 
Top cop warns 600,000 children may have been victims of child sex gangs

Top cop warns 600,000 children may have been victims of child sex gangs

Norfolk Chief Constable Simon Bailey said there could be 600,000 victims each year. And in the aftermath of the Rotherham scandal, he said sex crimes against youngsters had for “too long been a hidden crime”.

 


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