News archive from 26 January 2011, page 6

Wolves duo pen new deals

Wolves have been boosted by the news that captain Karl Henry and defender Richard Stearman have signed new contracts. Henry's deal was due to expire in 2013 while Stearman had 18 months to run on his contract, but their new agreements will see the...

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Djokovic sets up Federer clash

Novak Djokovic powered into the Australian Open semi-finals after beating Tomas Berdych in straight sets. The third seed won 6-1 7-6 (7/5) 6-1 in two hours and 32 minutes to set up a semi-final clash with defending champion Roger Federer, who proved...

People, 00:43 in Sport

Castrogiovanni commits to Tigers

Italy prop Martin Castrogiovanni has turned down offers from French clubs to sign a new contract with Leicester. Castrogiovanni has been a major success at Welford Road since his arrival in 2006 but his current deal was due to expire at the end of the...

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Wenger warning to Arsenal stars

Arsene Wenger has warned Arsenal not to leave themselves open to any "bad surprises" by dismissing the challenge of npower Championship strugglers Ipswich at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners trail 1-0 from the first leg of their Carling Cup...

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Gatland hits out at Hartley

Wales coach Warren Gatland has fired a verbal broadside at England hooker Dylan Hartley ahead of next week's RBS 6 Nations opener in Cardiff. Gatland's comments are clearly aimed at getting under the skin of feisty forward Hartley, who is expected to...

People, 00:43 in Sport

Massey controversy continues

Sian Massey will run the line at Crewe's Gresty Road ground on Tuesday night amid the ongoing controversy created by comments made about her by Sky Sports presenters Richard Keys and Andy Gray. Before the game between Wolves and Liverpool on Saturday,...

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Anabolic steroids making musclemen infertile, say doctors

Anabolic steroids making musclemen infertile, say doctors

Growing numbers of men are becoming infertile because they take anabolic steroids in their quest for a muscular body, doctors have warned. Urologists are seeing more and more men whose difficulty in becoming a father is linked to consumption of the...

Guardian, 00:44 in Health

Holloway wants Adam to impress

Ian Holloway has challenged wantaway skipper Charlie Adam to play so well against Manchester United on Tuesday night that he catches Sir Alex Ferguson's eye. Blackpool have not dismissed Adam's transfer demand. But unless Liverpool increase what the...

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Hearn hits out at stadium debate

Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn claims his club are being treated like "the lost tribe of East London and the elephant in the room" in the ongoing debate over the future of the Olympic Stadium. West Ham and Tottenham are battling to be...

People, 00:44 in Sport

Wozniacki digs deep

World number one Caroline Wozniacki hit back from a set down to finally break the resolve of Francesca Schiavone and move into the Australian Open semi-finals. Schiavone, who needed four hours and 44 minutes to squeeze past Svetlana Kuznetsova in the...

People, 00:44 in Sport

Federer eases into semi-final

Roger Federer moved into his eighth consecutive Australian Open semi-final with a convincing victory over Swiss compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka. The manner of Wawrinka's wins over Gael Monfils and Andy Roddick in his two previous matches offered hope he...

People, 00:44 in Sport

Strength key for Murray

Andy Murray believes his ability to "stay strong" has enabled him to breeze through the early rounds of the Australian Open. The British number one advanced into the quarter-finals on Monday with a 6-3 6-1 6-1 demolition of Austrian Jurgen...

People, 00:44 in Sport

Injured Swann to focus on World Cup

Graeme Swann will focus his attention on regaining his fitness in time for the World Cup after a back injury ended his tour of Australia prematurely. Swann is set to fly home on Wednesday after he was ruled out for the rest of the seven-match one-day...

People, 00:45 in Sport

Ancelotti optimistic after victory

Carlo Ancelotti confirmed that Chelsea have "turned the corner" following the 4-0 drubbing of Bolton at the Reebok Stadium - then set his sights on beating Manchester United. Florent Malouda and Nicolas Anelka followed up a stupendous early...

People, 00:45 in Sport

Three killed in Egypt protests

Two protesters and a policeman have been killed in the anti-government demonstrations in Cairo and several other cities, an Egyptian interior ministry official has said. The two protesters were killed during a demonstration in the city of Suez. The...

People, 00:45 in World News

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