News archive from 19 September 2013, page 6

Away fans will give Wigan a lift in Europe, says Coyle... but he admits main aim is return to Premier League

The name of Billy Boston looms large over one end of the DW Stadium as a tribute to one of rugby league's all-time greats and a constant reminder of Wigan's sporting heritage. But the perception of Wigan as a rugby town has changed over the past...

Daily Mail, 02:57 in Sport
 

'It just isn't working'... Carragher and Redknapp give their damning verdict as Mourinho struggles to find...

0 View comments Jose Mourinho questioned his players' fighting spirit as Chelsea's Champions League campaign got off to a disastrous start on Wednesday night. Goals from Mohamed Salah and Marco Streller left the Stamford Bridge boss with egg on his...

Daily Mail, 02:57 in Sport
 

Bale poised to pocket another fortune as adidas plot new megabucks deal to make him rival of Nike poster...

Gareth Bale is on the verge of signing another multi-million pound contract less than three weeks after he became the world's most expensive footballer. Adidas, with whom Bale has been associated since he was 16, are hopeful that the £86million Real...

Daily Mail, 02:57 in Sport
 

Fulham's wacko Jacko statue is history with Al Fayed set to remove Cottage eyesore

0 View comments The ridiculed Michael Jackson statue at Craven Cottage is set to be removed by former owner Mohamed Al Fayed. When Al Fayed put up the statue in 2011, he told fans they could "go to hell' if they did not appreciate it. Now it...

Daily Mail, 02:57 in Sport
 

My sparring partners would beat him! Haye vows to floor Fury by second round of grudge match

David Haye has vowed to floor Tyson Fury by the second round of their heavyweight grudge match after claiming any of his sparring partners would beat him. They clash at the Manchester Arena a week on Saturday, and Haye said: "I am expecting him...

Daily Mail, 02:57 in Sport
 

Five years on from Piquet Junior's 'Crashgate' in Singapore, cheating remains rife in almost every sport

Today, the hotel bar stool is empty but, this week five years ago, one of the greatest of sporting fixes was being contrived there by the man nursing his beer into the early hours of a Singapore night. You could not tell from his hooded eyes the...

Daily Mail, 02:57 in Sport
 
DERBYSHIRE: Pickles refuses to meet council chiefs

DERBYSHIRE: Pickles refuses to meet council chiefs

A leading Government minister has refused to meet with council chiefs to discuss budget cuts. Derbyshire County Council leader Cllr Anne Western wrote to Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Eric Pickles to request an urgent meeting...

 

Can blueberries and red wine boost immunity?

“Red wine and blueberries could protect the body…by boosting the immune system,” The Daily Telegraph reports. Laboratory research suggests that a combination of substances found in berries and wine enhances the activity of a ‘germ-fighting’ gene. This...

 

New advice on pros and cons of breast screening

“Women will be told more about the risk of breast screening”, says the Mail Online, adding that “millions of women invited for breast cancer screening will be warned about problems with the tests for the first time”. The news follows the publication...

 
Wife 'hired hitman to kill her husband'

Wife 'hired hitman to kill her husband'

Mrs Fairpo, of Hollym, married Mr Burr, a painter and decorator, in 2005 and the pair had been together 13 years. They had borrowed money from 46-year-old Mr Wilson, a rogue debt collector, Hull Crown Court heard. The couple had £24,000 in debts due...

 

No spilt milk for $1.3 billion Huishan Dairy IPO as demand robust

The offering, the second biggest in Hong Kong so far in 2013, was covered "multiple times" with demand from hedge funds, sovereign wealth funds and other asset managers, sources with direct knowledge of the deal said. It was priced at...

Reuters, 03:13 in Business
 

Guantanamo computer problems worsening, defence lawyer tells judge

Defence lawyers asked the U.S. military judge to halt pre-trial hearings in the death penalty case against five alleged conspirators in the September 11 plot until the technical problems are fixed, which is not expected to happen before early next...

 

Clegg: We'll keep UK on right track

Nick Clegg has made a deeply personal pitch to be returned to office in the next general election, as he claimed that Liberal Democrat values were needed to keep Britain "on the right track". Setting out the message that will drive his...

 

Giving women with breast cancer a shorter course of radiotherapy may be BETTER, study finds

Women with breast cancer get as much benefit from three weeks of radiotherapy treatment as from the international standard five-week course, research has found. And fewer trips to hospital mean patients suffer less fatigue. The "less is more'...

Daily Mail, 03:24 in Health
 

Giving women with breast cancer a shorter course of radiotherapy may be BETTER, study finds

Women with breast cancer get as much benefit from three weeks of radiotherapy treatment as from the international standard five-week course, research has found. And fewer trips to hospital mean patients suffer less fatigue. The "less is more'...

Daily Mail, 03:24 in Health
 


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