News archive from 29 November 2014, page 102

Britons continue to hit high street

Shoppers around the country continued to hit the high streets today, in what experts said is the busiest retail weekend of the year so far. There were further strong sales after the excitement of Black Friday saw huge crowds descend on stores,...


Sepp Blatter tightens grip on power base despite World Cup anti-corruption probe

Sepp Blatter has clinched crucial Asian support in his attempt to hold on to power despite the crisis enveloping Fifa over the World Cup anti-corruption probe. In a major blow to the FA and UEFA who want to see the back of Blatter and are pushing for...

Daily Mail, 23:58 in Sport

Simon Mignolet is handed a reprieve at Liverpool... but the Kop still remain unconvinced by their goalkeeper

For a split-second, it could have been the opening day of last season. Same opposition, same score to protect and a contribution from the same player that brought the same, deafening reaction. Deep into added time, with Liverpool clinging to a 1-0...

Daily Mail, 23:58 in Sport

Everton midfielder Kevin Mirallas regrets his own role in James Tomkins play-acting 

Everton winger Kevin Mirallas has done his own soul-searching following the unedifying sight of West Ham's James Tomkins clutching his face in fake agony despite being shoved several inches lower, in the chest, by the Belgian international. Tomkins...

Daily Mail, 23:58 in Sport

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