News archive from 26 May 2017, page 5

Champions Trophy gets nightly highlight show on BBC as broadcaster positions itself ahead of new 2020...

The BBC has agreed a deal to show a nightly highlights package during the Champions Trophy. BBC Two will put out a 50-minute package for each of the 15 matches in the tournament, starting with England's curtain-raising clash with Bangladesh on June...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Dundee United 0-0 Hamilton: Tense, tousy night as first leg of Scottish Premiership play-off final ends...

On a tense, tousy night at Tannadice, Dundee United were left nursing a genuine sense of injustice after being held to a goalless draw by their top-flight visitors in the first leg of the Premiership Play-off final. Home boss Ray McKinnon looked on in...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Roy Keane believes football is no help to Manchester terror attack victims as he admits: 'It's so close to...

Roy Keane believes this week's terrorist attack in Manchester shows just how unimportant football really is as he expressed his condolences to the families who have lost loved ones. Twenty-two people were murdered, scores injured and five children...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Troyes stun Lorient in relegation play-off clash as 40-year-old Benjamin Nivet scores last minute winner

Second division Troyes stunned Ligue 1 club Lorient 2-1 with a 90th-minute winner from 40-year-old midfielder Benjamin Nivet in their relegation playoff first leg on Thursday. Nivet picked up the ball 25 metres out and unleashed an unstoppable shot to...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Andy Murray suffering another health scare as world No 1 battles against illness ahead of French Open

Andy Murray is confronting another health scare as he prepares for next week's French Open. The world No 1 has been on antibiotics to counteract viral symptoms and is said to have barely practised on Monday and Tuesday this week after feeling what his...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Rangers return a 'foot in the door' for ambitious Peter Lovenkrands as he embarks on coaching career

Peter Lovenkrands hopes his first coaching job with Rangers could one day lead to the manager's office at Ibrox. The former Gers forward has landed a job working with the club's youth academy. The retired Denmark international missed out on a role...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon insists chance of Invincible treble removes all regret of missing out on...

Craig Gordon insists the chance to make history as a Treble-winning Invincible means he can have no regrets about not moving to Chelsea. The 34-year-old keeper was targeted by the English champions in January, only for Brendan Rodgers to make it clear...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

St Helens 22-19 Wigan: Mark Percival seals victory with late double try

Two tries in the final quarter from centre Mark Percival ensured the honeymoon goes on for new St Helens coach Justin Holbrook as he clinched a dramatic 22-19 victory over arch rivals Wigan. Wigan thought they had won it when a drop goal from the...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

England head coach Eddie Jones admits he was wrong over Chris Robshaw 'club player' column

Eddie Jones admitted he was wrong to label Chris Robshaw a 'club player' after the flanker was named co-captain for England's fixture against the Barbarians on Sunday. Writing as a Sportsmail columnist during the 2015 World Cup, Jones was highly...

Daily Mail, 01:47 in Sport
 

Oscar De La Hoya: Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor farce could damage boxing irrevocably

Oscar De La Hoya has branded Floyd Mayweather's mooted showdown with Conor McGregor a 'farce' that could irreparably stain boxing. Mayweather last weekend revealed he is '90 per cent' likely to come out of retirement to face UFC lightweight champion...

Daily Mail, 01:59 in Sport
 

Scottish Cup final referee Bobby Madden: 'I keep away from social media, I just find it frightening...'

Thyroid cancer he could handle. Criticism of his refereeing abilities, meanwhile, bounces off Bobby Madden like a handful of confetti. Even being 'misquoted' by Leigh Griffiths, who clearly inferred the whistler was clueless about a major Old Firm...

Daily Mail, 01:59 in Sport
 

Milos Raonic books Lyon semi-final showdown against Tomas Berdych

Milos Raonic will face Tomas Berdych in the last four of the Lyon Open after the pair made short work of their respective quarter-finals. The Canadian top seed saved all three break points against his serve as he saw off Portugal's Gastao Elias 6-4,...

Daily Mail, 01:59 in Sport
 
Oil languishes after OPEC fails to deepen supply cuts, Asia stocks retreat

Oil languishes after OPEC fails to deepen supply cuts, Asia stocks retreat

Crude prices remained subdued early on Friday after an agreement by OPEC to extend existing supply curbs disappointed many who had hoped for larger cuts. Asian stocks dropped, turning away from Wall Street's strong performance overnight. The...

Reuters, 02:02 in Business
 
Debris found after Mull of Kintyre aircraft crash

Debris found after Mull of Kintyre aircraft crash

Debris has been found in the hunt for a light aircraft which crashed off the Scottish coast. Rescuers were called to the scene, two miles off Skipness in the Mull of Kintyre, at about 15:45 BST on Thursday. It is not known how many people were...

BBC, 02:09 in Regional
 

Commodity currencies nurse losses after oil slumps; pound falters

Commodity currencies got off to a shaky start on Friday, having tracked oil prices lower, after a meeting of OPEC countries disappointed some investors who had hoped for larger production cuts. Sterling slipped after an opinion poll showed that...

Reuters, 02:09 in Business
 


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