News archive from 22 December 2013, page 1

Messi's Barca bust-up boosts City... will Hodgson make Raheem and Ravel a World Cup double act... and which...

Manchester City's 'impossible dream' of signing Lionel Messi after the World Cup next summer is beginning to look like a possibility, rather than a pipe dream. The Football Grapevine reported recently that City are actively looking into to a mega-deal...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Hull closing in on £2m deal for Nantes striker Djordjevic as Bruce considers new bid for West Brom's Long

Hull City boss Steve Bruce is pushing ahead to try to sign £2m Serbian striker Filip Djordjevic from French club Nantes. Bruce would ideally like two new strikers in the January transfer window with the chances of reviving a move for West Brom's Shane...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

I'm so determined to win back the Ashes

Thinking too far ahead is hard at this time, when the first thing on our minds is trying to get over the disappointment of losing the Ashes and the next thing is trying to find a way of hitting back hard and quickly in the final two Tests in Melbourne...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Wilshere knows he did wrong... but football's real abuse still goes unpunished

Jack Wilshere is an enormously talented footballer. Sadly, his talent is occasionally tainted by spasms of foolishness, the latest of which - an abusive hand gesture to Manchester City fans - brought him a two-match suspension. Arsenal made no...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Postpone the wedding... I'm playing in the World Cup: Lallana will keep Emily waiting if Hodgson names the...

Whatever happens on June 14, 2014, it is sure to be a momentous day for Adam Lallana and fiancée Emily. If, as seems probable, the twice-capped midfielder is named in Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad, he will be involved in England's opening Group D...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Huge increase in festive exports

British firms have seen a huge increase in the export of goods including Brussels sprouts, Christmas lights, chestnuts and turkeys, new figures show. Overseas sales of wine, cheese, toys and video games have also jumped, with export markets including...

 

Fame proved 'bit too much' for Hart

Miranda Hart has described her struggle with fame, saying she found it "all a bit too much" but is now "much happier and more confident". The comic and actress, who will be seen in the upcoming Call The Midwife special on Christmas...

 

Broadcaster David Coleman dies

Sports broadcaster David Coleman has died at the age of 87, the BBC has confirmed. The renowned athletics commentator worked for the corporation for almost 50 years, covering 11 summer Olympic Games, his final one in Sydney in 2000. He also covered...

 

Unqualified 23-year-old Apsalyamov leaves role as Cardiff's head of recruitment after visa problems

Cardiff's head of recruitment, Alisher Apsalyamov, has left the club following issues obtaining a work visa. The inexperienced 23-year-old was controversially appointed by owner, Vincent Tan, after the club's former head of recruitment, Iain Moody,...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

Atletico's win against Levante knocks Barca off top spot for the first time in 54 matches

Atletico Madrid overcame an almighty scare to beat Levante 3-2 and go top of the Primera Division. The win means the Rojiblanco have become the first team in a phenomenal 54 matches to usurp Barcelona for top spot in Spain. Diego Costa slammed home a...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

How Hazard is working on being Chelsea's new Special One - to keep Mourinho happy

0 View comments Eden Hazard admits his current aim in life is keeping Jose Mourinho happy. Chelsea's manager has never been slow to let creative attackers such as Hazard know they are also expected to weigh in with defensive duties. "That's...

Daily Mail, 00:46 in Sport
 

New robotic 'muscle' is a thousand times stronger than a human's and capable of hurling an object 50 times...

4 View comments If mankind does ever become embroiled in a Terminator-style 'war against the machines', we're really going to have to start doing a few more press-ups. Researchers have developed a robotic muscle, an incredible thousand times more...

 

£7m prize could make your Xmas Day

It could be a Christmas Day to remember for one lucky ticketholder, as Wednesday's Lottery jackpot is an estimated £7 million rollover. No one won Saturday's Lotto jackpot, Camelot said. The winning Lotto numbers were 40, 33, 28, 18, 12 and 25, and...

 

We have to act now to stop the grass-roots of our game withering

Earlier this month I visited Gigg Lane, the ground of my home-town club, Bury. If I have Manchester United in my soul, then Bury has a place in my heart. When United were away, this is where me and my brother, Phil, would go to watch football. While I...

Daily Mail, 00:59 in Sport
 

Late starter Hall beats Malinga on points to win vacant IBF bantamweight title

Stuart Hall completed his unlikely road to redemption by claiming the vacant IBF bantamweight title after a wild and woolly points win over South African Vusi Malinga at the FirstDirect Arena in Leeds. His left eye swollen completely shut through the...

Daily Mail, 00:59 in Sport
 


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