News archive from 20 September 2015, page 8

Bury 1, Port Vale 0: Fans say Vale need a Plan B

Bury 1, Port Vale 0: Fans say Vale need a Plan B

Vale went down to a 1-0 defeat at Bury in a poor game. Here's what our fans' panel made of it.... ROB RHEAD, from May Bank: "This was an uninspiring match contested by two unremarkable teams. Neither goalkeeper had a great deal to do and both...

 
ANALYSIS: West Brom are looking good away from home; Saido Berahino has started to build bridges; and why the win meant so much to Tony Pulis

ANALYSIS: West Brom are looking good away from home; Saido Berahino has started to build bridges; and why...

Berahino - from villain to hero How quickly things can change in football? Less than three weeks ago he was castigated by fans and held up as an example of all that is wrong with the modern-day game. His vow to never again play for the club was...

 
Neal Eardley: Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett on the unlucky defender's latest injury blow

Neal Eardley: Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett on the unlucky defender's latest injury blow

Gary Rowett expressed his sorrow after Neal Eardley's injury curse continued with a dislocated shoulder. Eardley's first league start since last October ended 44 minutes into Birmingham City's 1-1 draw at Ipswich Town on Friday night. Paul Caddis was...

 

France winger Yoann Huget will miss rest of World Cup after suffering knee injury against Italy 

France coach Philippe Saint-Andre confirmed wing Yoann Huget's World Cup is over after he suffered a serious knee injury in the 32-10 victory at Twickenham. Huget went down in agony in the second half of the contest before being helped from the field...

Daily Mail, 01:14 in Sport
 

SLIDESHOW: Doncaster’s first new primary school in 40 years opens its doors

Doncaster's first brand new primary school in 40 years has opened up - and these are the pictures of the inside of the landmark building. Carr Lodge School opened in Balby this term, and this week the teachers opened up the doors for its official...

 
Downton Abbey stars back bid to save building used in show

Downton Abbey stars back bid to save building used in show

Image copyright Save Bampton's Old Grammar School Stars of Downton Abbey have backed a bid to save one of the buildings used in the hit TV show. Fundraisers are trying to raise £250,000 to restore the 400-year-old former school in Bampton,...

BBC, 01:19 in Regional
 

Retiring Adam Goodes leaves a hole that only the truly great can fill

He kicked the first and last goals of the game, dived for and juggled acrobatic marks but in the end, Adam Goodes couldn’t stop his depleted Sydney side from being dumped from the finals in straight sets. Then within half an hour of game’s conclusion...

Guardian, 01:28 in Sport
 
Dambusters' panda which flew on WW2 raids is 'priceless'

Dambusters' panda which flew on WW2 raids is 'priceless'

Image copyright x A toy panda which flew on World War Two Dambusters raids has been described as "priceless". Flt Sgt William Gordon Radcliffe also took the mascot on 60 operational flights over Germany, his daughter Dorothy Bailey said. She...

BBC, 01:37 in Regional
 

Leonard Fournette sets Twitter alight and announces his Heisman Trophy credentials during LSU's victory...

He only played for three quarters, but Leonard Fournette announced himself as a frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy after the second game of his sophomore season. The LSU running back shredded Auburn's defense, rushing for a career-high 228 yards and...

Daily Mail, 01:44 in Sport
 

Adam Goodes retires as greatest Sydney Swan, says Michael O’Loughlin

Retiring Sydney star Adam Goodes has been rated the greatest Swan of all by the man whose club appearance record he broke. Goodes 35, made a low-key exit from the game he has graced since 1999, announcing his retirement to team-mates in the sheds...

Guardian, 01:49 in Sport
 
Novelist Jackie Collins dies aged 77

Novelist Jackie Collins dies aged 77

The novelist Jackie Collins has died of breast cancer at the age of 77, her family said in a statement. "It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the death of our beautiful, dynamic and one-of-a-kind mother," the statement said. The...

BBC, 01:51 in Regional
 

Gloucestershire beat Surrey by six runs in one of the most exciting finals in One-Day Cup history

Quite how Jade Dernbach ended on a losing side and ultimately usurped by Jack Taylor might just haunt him until the end of his days. This was the Surrey seamer’s moment, his six for 35 second only to Lancashire’s Glen Chapple in 1996 as the best in...

Daily Mail, 01:58 in Sport
 
Jeremy Corbyn: Voters ‘don’t believe he looks like next Prime Minister’

Jeremy Corbyn: Voters ‘don’t believe he looks like next Prime Minister’

Voters overwhelmingly do not believe Jeremy Corbyn looks like Britain's next prime minister and a significant number of Labour supporters are ready to turn their back on the party, according to a poll. Nearly three in four people do not think the...

 
A Point of View: 'How I learned to embrace my insomnia'

A Point of View: 'How I learned to embrace my insomnia'

Image copyright Thinkstock Does insomnia have a positive side? It's a question which keeps the writer Will Self awake at night. The title of Jonathan Crary's recently-published book says it all - 24/7: Late Capitalism And The Ends of Sleep. By which I...

BBC, 02:01 in Regional
 

Jackie Collins, queen of the bonkbuster, dies of breast cancer at 77

Jackie Collins, who was famed for novels such as Hollywood Wives and The Stud, has died in Los Angeles of breast cancer. She was 77. Related: Jackie Collins: Queen of the bonkbuster | interview “It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the death...

 


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