News archive from 25 March 2015, page 6

Sir Alex Ferguson pays tribute in farewell to 'the bravest man in the world' at Hearts and Tottenham great...

When Sir Alex Ferguson described Dave Mackay as ‘the bravest man in the world’ it was enough to make the eyes water. Not just with tears but also from the wincing recollections which that sentence invoked among the wonderful old footballers gathered...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Gary Cahill reveals Roy Hodgson kept his England players focused via email after plans to meet for group...

Gary Cahill revealed the details of Roy Hodgson's midwinter message emailed to his England players to keep their minds on his plans during void since they were last together. Hodgson wanted to gather his squad for dinner in January but the plan failed...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Charlton defender Tal Ben Haim warns club team-mate Simon Church: We are going to be enemies during Euro...

Tal Ben Haim and Simon Church may drive to Charlton training sessions together but come Saturday they will be on opposing sides in a clash that could define their teams’ Euro 2016 qualifying hopes. Israel host Wales at Haifa’s Sammy Ofer Stadium in a...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Les Ferdinand calls for Rooney Rule-style law to combat lack of diversity in football

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has called for a Rooney Rule-style law to be introduced in English football to challenge what he believes is a 'lack of diversity' in the game. Football Association chairman Greg Dyke was first to suggest the...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen is good enough to play in the Premier League, says manager Ronny Deila

Ronny Deila believes he will soon be fending off interest in Stefan Johansen from English Premier League clubs. The Norwegian midfielder has thrived since his former Stromsgodset manager moved to Glasgow last summer. On the verge of adding the...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Harry Kane lined up next to Wayne Rooney on Roy Hodgson's training notes but will the England boss start...

Roy Hodgson had in his hand a piece of paper. Well, more of a crumpled scrap, to be honest, and it was more a reminder of his ambition and his faith in the future than a declaration of war. When Hodgson unfolded his training notes, they included names...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

UEFA president Michel Platini will back FA chairman Greg Dyke in his bid to cut down on imports in the...

UEFA president Michel Platini has strongly supported FA chairman Greg Dyke’s campaign for more home grown players in the Premier League. Dyke revealed on Monday that he wanted to increase the minimum number of homegrown players in club squads from...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Michael Carrick says Louis van Gaal has helped him to improve as a player for Manchester United and England 

Michael Carrick has credited the return to form which has seen him recalled to the England squad down to the influence of Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal. The midfielder, hailed by Sir Alex Ferguson last year as the best English player in the...

Daily Mail, 02:24 in Sport
 

Jack Harper is a kid with genuine talent but the Real Madrid youngster does not seem to fit the typical...

The SFA’s new performance director, Brian McClair is being paid generously for his expertise. But many would have paid a penny for his thoughts on Tuesday night. The moment he read the quotes of his colleague Ricky Sbragia on young Jack Harper. To the...

Daily Mail, 02:31 in Sport
 

EU, Cuba to speed up talks, seek deal by end of 2015

The EU and Cuba began negotiations in April last year to rewrite their bilateral political agreement, part of a deepening of ties since the 28-nation bloc lifted diplomatic sanctions in 2008. But they only managed three meeting in 11 months, prompting...

 

Indonesian tycoon sues government to stop key opposition party defecting to president

The opposition Golkar party controls 14 percent of parliamentary seats and would give Joko's coalition control of over half the parliament, easing fears of political gridlock in Southeast Asia's largest economy. Bakrie, the patriarch of the sprawling...

 

AA to sell shares worth 200 million pounds - Sky News

Proceeds of the sale will be used to replace the balance of an expensive form of debt, known as payment-in-kind, Sky News reported. Payment-in-kind notes are financial instruments that pay bondholders or preference share holders with interest or...

Reuters, 03:48 in Business
 

China gives 'priority list' of wanted officials to U.S.

Xu Jinhui, head of the anti-graft bureau at the state prosecutor, told the official China Daily that "a priority list of alleged Chinese corrupt officials" believed to be at large in the United States has been provided to U.S. authorities....

 
Knox And Sollecito To Learn Kercher Murder Fate

Knox And Sollecito To Learn Kercher Murder Fate

Amanda Knox and Rafaelle Sollecito are expected to find out today if their convictions for the murder of Meredith Kercher are upheld. British student Ms Kercher, a 21-year-old from Coulsdon, Surrey, was sexually assaulted and stabbed to death in...

 

Oil prices dip as inventory build drags

Brent oil futures LCOc1 were trading at $55.09 (37 pounds) a barrel at 3:54 a.m., down two cents, while U.S. WTI crude CLc1 was at $47.40 a barrel, down 11 cents. Strengthening European manufacturing data - and the implication of greater energy demand...

Reuters, 04:14 in Business
 


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