News archive from 30 November 2012, page 18

RAHEEM STERLING HAS NOT EARNED A HUGE DEAL YET

RAHEEM STERLING HAS NOT EARNED A HUGE DEAL YET

The bluntness of yesterday's message reflects an eagerness on Rodgers' part for the tenacious winger's future not to become a saga that would give the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal hope of snatching him from Anfield. Sterling can sign...

 
DEAN HOLDSWORTH STILL HAS A SHOT AT GLORY

DEAN HOLDSWORTH STILL HAS A SHOT AT GLORY

But it is a former Dons old boy who is looking for his own piece of cup glory as a manager tomorrow. Dean Holdsworth had two spells as a striker with Wimbledon and scored an FA Cup hat-trick for them. But now Holdsworth, above, who is the boss of...

 

Community News - Skegby

Beechwood Courr Chairman of 50 Plus Club, Mr Norman Broadbelt, opened Thursday week’s meeting attended by 40 members. Mesdames S. Key, M. Hoyland and S. Clarke served teas and Messrs T. Rowe, J. Clarke and A. Key and Mrs M. Gwynn did kitchen duties....

 

Hong Kong shares seen inching up, 2nd monthly gain in sight

The China Enterprises Index of the top Chinese listings in Hong Kong ended up 0.9 percent on Thursday. It is still down 1.1 percent this week, down 0.9 percent in November, but up 5.6 percent in 2012 so far. Elsewhere in Asia, Japan's Nikkei was up...

 
Leveson inquiry: ‘Inquiry did its job but Prime Minister has failed to do his’

Leveson inquiry: ‘Inquiry did its job but Prime Minister has failed to do his’

THE victims of newspaper intrusion, including the families of Milly Dowler and Madeleine McCann, have hit out at David Cameron for not embracing statutory regulation. Those who had suffered at the hands of the press said they agreed with the Leveson...

Scotsman, 01:09 in Hot News
 
Concorde crash conviction against airline overturned by French court

Concorde crash conviction against airline overturned by French court

A FRENCH appeals court has overturned manslaughter convictions against Continental Airlines and a mechanic for the July 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people, ruling that their mistakes did not make them legally responsible for...

 

Colombia, FARC wrap up first round of peace talks

In separate sessions with the press, neither side spoke of breakthroughs in the talks, but nor was there any sign they had hit irresolvable obstacles as happened in previous peace attempts. They will reconvene in Havana on Wednesday. The country's...

 

Kuwait opposition demand vote boycott on eve of election

Opposition politicians, who have already said they will not stand, and campaigners called the rally to protest against a change in voting rules which they argue would skew the poll in favour of pro-government candidates. The Gulf Arab state has...

 

Global food prices stable but still high - World Bank

In an update of its quarterly "Food Price Watch" report, the World Bank said the absence of "panic policies," such as food export restrictions, had helped stabilize commodity prices since price spikes in July. "Even as the...

 
SWANS PROVE CLASS ACT JUST LIKE MICHAEL LAUDRUP

SWANS PROVE CLASS ACT JUST LIKE MICHAEL LAUDRUP

Never mind how well West Bromwich Albion had been playing this season, Swansea beat them 3-1 and Laudrup said: “It was the best I've seen for several seasons. It is not often as a manager you can sit and enjoy your team playing.” The former Real...

 
RAHEEM STERLING HAS NOT EARNED A HUGE DEAL YET

RAHEEM STERLING HAS NOT EARNED A HUGE DEAL YET

The bluntness of yesterday's message reflects an eagerness on Rodgers' part for the tenacious winger's future not to become a saga that would give the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal hope of snatching him from Anfield. Sterling can sign...

 
ALAN PARDEW FACING A GAME OF FIVES

ALAN PARDEW FACING A GAME OF FIVES

No Magpies team has lost five Premier League matches in a row, but four straight defeats mean a loss at home to Roberto Martinez's Latics would set that undesired precedent. Two goals in the last nine minutes at Stoke led to Newcastle's latest defeat,...

 
SWANS PROVE CLASS ACT JUST LIKE MICHAEL LAUDRUP

SWANS PROVE CLASS ACT JUST LIKE MICHAEL LAUDRUP

Never mind how well West Bromwich Albion had been playing this season, Swansea beat them 3-1 and Laudrup said: “It was the best I've seen for several seasons. It is not often as a manager you can sit and enjoy your team playing.” The former Real...

 
RACE IS HOTTING UP TOWARDS DERBY DAY

RACE IS HOTTING UP TOWARDS DERBY DAY

City have lost eight of the last 10 Premier League games against David Moyes' side and Barry believes another defeat will be disastrous ahead of the Manchester derby a week on Sunday. The Toffees were the last team to win a league game at the Etihad...

 
ALAN PARDEW FACING A GAME OF FIVES

ALAN PARDEW FACING A GAME OF FIVES

No Magpies team has lost five Premier League matches in a row, but four straight defeats mean a loss at home to Roberto Martinez's Latics would set that undesired precedent. Two goals in the last nine minutes at Stoke led to Newcastle's latest defeat,...

 


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