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German carried off on a stretcher due to hamstring injury as Arsenal book place in Champions Leagueby Greg Leedham at the Emirates Stadium Football: Few fans will remember this game next week, let alone in years to come. What matters though for Arsenal is that they have qualified for the…
Hoops boss unhappy with opposite number's pre-match boastsby Greg Leedham Football: Neil Lennon has warned Shakhter Karagandy boss Viktor Kumykov that his over-confidence ahead of their Champions League play-off second-leg tie against Celtic at Parkhead on Wednesday night could “come back and bite” him.
Wednesday, 28 August 2013 00:00

Furious Gareth Bale skips Tottenham training

Welshman fails to report to club following break Football: Gareth Bale's world-record transfer to Real Madrid hangs in the balance after the wantaway Tottenham star skipped training today.
No thrills as Blues shut up shopby Simon Williams at Old Trafford Football: Manchester United and Chelsea played out an uninspiring draw in the first of this season's big clashes between two of the league's powerhouses.
Manager says Liverpool must put thoughts of weekend showdown with Manchester United to one sideby Greg Leedham Football: Brendan Rodgers has warned his Liverpool players against complacency in Tuesday night’s League Cup second round match against Notts County.
Star man Gareth Bale may be on his way but Tottenham keep winningby Amar Azam at White Hart Lane Football: With Gareth Bale on his way out and Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas and chairman Daniel Levy continuing to strengthen their squad with the cash that will be generated by…
by Alex Ballard Football: Jose Mourinho can’t wait to lead Chelsea out at Old Trafford tomorrow night as he prepares to reacquaint himself with Manchester United in Premier League competition.
Scot believes 23-year-old could break into top-100 Tennis: Andy Murray has high hopes for starlet Dan Evans and believes that the 23-year-old can break into the sport’s top 100 if he continues to show the attitude that has taken him into the main draw of the US Open.
Underdogs distraught as Wigan cruise to Challenge Cup winby Michael Jones Rugby league: Hull's players admitted that they let the club down after losing to Wigan in the Challenge Cup final.
Right-back salvages point as Shakhter awaitby Michael Jones Scottish football: Adam Matthews believes Celtic have enough quality within their ranks to overcome Shakhter Karagandy after staging an impressive comeback against Inverness.
Tigers boss delighted as ten men hold on for three points Football: Hull manager Steve Bruce hailed his side after they battled to a 1-0 home win over Norwich despite playing much of the contest with 10 men.
Roberto Martinez foiled in bid for first home win with Toffeesby Mike Wilton at Goodison Park Football: West Brom keeper Ben Foster denied Roberto Martinez a first victory as Everton manager as the Baggies produced a gutsy display to earn a well-deserved point away from home.
Magpies unable to break down sturdy Ironsby Roger Domeneghetti at St James' Park Football: The biggest cheer of this match came early in the first half when Newcastle fans unfurled a banner declaring: “Joe Kinnear: Clown of the Premier League.”
German star hits brace as Gunners cruise to season's first Premier League winby Kaleem Aftab at Craven Cottage Football: Two clinical strikes from Lukas Podolski followed a fine Olivier Giroud finish as Arsenal cantered to victory in the pouring rain at Craven Cottage.
Defender stars as Reds grind out three points from tricky fixtureby Simon Williams at Villa Park Football: Just two games into the new Premier League season Liverpool’s capture of Kolo Toure on a free transfer is already looking to be one of the shrewdest signings of this transfer window.
Contenders must start winning to ursurp world championby Alex Ballard Formula One: With the summer break done and dusted, hostilities begin anew in Formula One in Sunday's Belgian grand prix and the two men aiming to dethrone world champion Sebastian Vettel couldn’t have ended their respective summer breaks in more…
Saturday, 24 August 2013 00:00

Caravan Rolls On can flatten rivals at York

Our tipster casts his eye over the pick of the weekend’s meetingsby Farringdon Racing: The four-day York Ebor meeting comes to a conclusion tomorrow with the festival’s feature contest, the Betfred Ebor Handicap.
From capitalism’s hijacking of sport to the story of the legendary Bill Shankly, the Philosophy Football founder gives his pick of this summer’s best booksby Mark Perryman Capitalism and Sport: Edited by Michael Lavalette, Capitalism and Sport has an oppositional approach to the business of sport. The tone is angry…
Londoners claim second straight victory but look far from assuredby Amar Azam at Stamford Bridge Football: It was enough to put them top of the table for now, but Chelsea were made to work for the victory against Paul Lambert’s Aston Villa. A second-half goal from defender Branislav Ivanovic sealed…
Portuguese clams up over winger but eyes progress in Europeby Alex Ballard Football: Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas refused to be drawn on the future of Gareth Bale today, though he did vow not to treat the Europa League as an afterthought even as Spurs eye a top-four finish in the…
Thursday, 22 August 2013 00:00

Charlie Mulgrew rallies stunned Celtic

Hoops regroup for second leg after shock defeat Scottish football: Celtic stopper Charlie Mulgrew called on the Parkhead faithful to rally behind the Hoops next week as they bid to overcome yesterday's shock 2-0 defeat in the first leg of their Champions League play-off at Shakhter Karagandy.
Coach calls for Australian supporters to make England man’s life a misery during return Ashes series Down Under this winterby Michael Jones Cricket: Australia coach Darren Lehmann accused England’s Stuart Broad of “blatant cheating” today, while urging cricket fans Down Under to make sure the bowler “cries and goes home”…
Canada boss would find it tough to turn down chance to replace Hope Powell Women's football: John Herdman admitted today that he would find it hard to turn down the chance to replace Hope Powell as the England women’s coach, but vowed to stay focused on his job with Canada…
Manager calls for big performance in Champions League play-offby Greg Leedham Football: Arsene Wenger admitted that Arsenal are desperate for a positive result in Wednesday night's Champions League clash with Fenerbahce to make sure last season’s hard work does not go to waste.
The Ibrox club seem ignorant of their plight as they continue to waste money as if there’s no tomorrowby Douglas Beattie Scottish sports comment: Whatever else we may say about Rangers — and so much has already been said — it is clear that despite all they have endured this…
The Londoner overcame injury and personal tragedy to win a world title in one of the fights of the yearby John Wight Boxing comment: Darren Barker is living proof that the ring offers a metaphor for life at its most honest — its struggles, defeats, disappointments, tragedies and, if fortunate,…
New signings on song as Eastlands club begin season in styleby Dan Smith at Eastlands Football: Roberto Mancini’s final year at Manchester City was too often characterised by disunity and unwanted distractions resulting from his authoritarian and egocentric management style. Judging by City's systematic demolition of listless Newcastle United on…
Spinner joins Essex on loanby Michael Jones Cricket: Monty Panesar has precious little time left to put himself back on course for England’s Ashes winter after being released from his Sussex contract for his drunken behaviour outside a Brighton nightclub.
Greg Leedham Aberdeen will be hoping to arrest an alarming pattern when they take on Neil Lennon’s Celtic this lunchtime at Pittodrie.
Londoners have failed to strenghen squad and will be without several key names for visit of Paul Lambert's menby Greg Leedham Football: It is the nightmare scenario that every Arsenal fan dreaded. The Premier League season has arrived, but the club has failed to add a single big-name player since…
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