News archive from 23 March 2012, page 16

Paltrow: I still talk to late dad

Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed she still talks to her late father, through his wedding ring. The Oscar-winning actress' film producer dad Bruce died aged 58 in October 2002 after battling throat cancer. Gwyneth, who wears his wedding ring on a gold...

 
New FA centre can prevent another Muamba, reveals England team doctor Beasley

New FA centre can prevent another Muamba, reveals England team doctor Beasley

England's team doctor Ian Beasley believes the new St George's Park complex will be the trigger for even more detailed health screening of players in this country. The much-anticipated complex at Burton is due to open later this summer. Although the...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 
EURO DEBT FEARS RISE

EURO DEBT FEARS RISE

Fears over Europe's debt crisis were heightened by the region's purchasing managers' survey, which showed manufacturing in decline in powerhouses Germany and France. With China's manufacturing sector also shrinking in March, investor confidence which...

 

Blanchett to make directorial debut

Cate Blanchett is to make her directorial debut as part of an ensemble feature based on a book by Australian author Tim Winton. The Oscar-winning actress will be one of 17 directors to each direct a chapter of Winton's novel The Turning for the big...

 
BP DRILL TO GO AHEAD

BP DRILL TO GO AHEAD

Energy Minister Charles Hendry gave BP consent for the North Uist well about 77 miles north-west of Shetland and more than three-quarters of a mile deep. George Osborne approved moves giving oil firms certainty on tax relief they will receive when...

 

I could work with Lancaster in England role, says Kiwi guru Smith

As Stuart Lancaster and Nick Mallett were interviewed for the England head coach job on Thursday, a respected Kiwi who could end up working with the successful applicant suggested the English candidate has done enough to stay on. Wayne Smith was one...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

George Osborne's budget: an inexplicable, unnecessary gamble

Is George Osborne a gambler? It is not, to be sure, a comforting image to hold of the man in charge of the nation's finances. But in its yesterday of the chancellor's "hotch-potch" of a budget, the Institute for Fiscal Studies again and...

Guardian, 01:03 in Politics
 

Russian clubs vow to hunt down 'b*stard' who threw banana at Samba

The Russian fan who threw a banana at Chris Samba has been described as a 'b*stard' in an official statement by the clubs looking to track him down. Anzhi Makhachkala and Lokomotiv Moscow decided to put an end to a war of words by issuing a joint...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

Connor dismisses trouble and strife over Twitter rant from Johnson's better half

Terry Connor has delivered a sharp rebuke to Melissa Johnson, wife of Wolves' captain Roger, after she tweeted her frustration at the centre-half's exclusion from the side.The Molineux caretaker boss has warned the self-proclaimed WAG that he will not...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

It's official: Europe's top clubs are kings after penning new deal with UEFA

The power in world football appeared to be shifting significantly towards Europe's leading clubs after UEFA agreed to new proposals with the European Club Association. They have agreed to back changes to the international calendar that will be...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

Manchester United's move for Benfica winger Gaitan stalls over £22m offer

Manchester United continue to negotiate a summer deal for Benfica winger Nicolas Gaitan but are reluctant to pay more than £22m. The Argentine's buy-out clause is around £40m.

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

Newcastle boss Pardew plotting raid for Pieters and Douglas

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is planning a double Dutch swoop in the summer.Pardew is finally hoping to seal a deal for PSV Eindhoven's 23-year-old Holland international Erik Pieters who he has tried to sign in the last two transfer windows.

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

Sunderland plan double swoop for winger Phillips and defender Armand

Sunderland are weighing up moves for Blackpool winger Matty Phillips and Paris Saint-Germain defender Sylvain Armand. Sunderland scouts watched Phillips, 21, in Blackpool's 3-3 draw with Leicester but face competition from Everton, Bolton and...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 

Nasri targets title decider

Samir Nasri wants Manchester United to carry on winning to set up a title showdown with Manchester City at the end of next month. Nasri has struggled to fulfil his potential at times since a £24million summer move from Arsenal, but he came good by...

Daily Post, 01:05 in Sport
 

Lerner to loosen purse-strings as McLeish is told he can spend in the summer

Randy Lerner has given Alex McLeish the green light to resume spending at Aston Villa this summer, despite the club's £54m loss. The American billionaire is pleased with the cost-cutting measures undertaken by the Scot so far this season and is ready...

Daily Mail, 01:03 in Sport
 


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