Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)

A daily newspaper serving the city of Glasgow, Scotland. Stories cover current events, business, politics, entertainment, and sports at the local level, with select stories of national and international significance included as well. Sports stories report heavily on Celtic and Ranger football clubs.

Articles from July 17, 2009

9 IS PAIN IN NECK FOR CROCKED STAR KIM; Rory Salutes Battling Yank
Byline: CRAIG SWAN RORY McILROY won the battle of the young gunslingers on day one - but admits he felt for his shot-to-bits pal Anthony Kim. The 20-year-old Northern Irishman got the better of the showdown with his Texan buddy after carding...
Adventure Is on a Role
TALES OF VESPERIA **** 360 DESPITE the success of the 360, there have only been a handful of decent role-playing games for the system, with Eternal Sonata, Blue Dragon and Lost Odyssey being the pick of the bunch. Tales Of Vesperia is the latest...
A FOX IN THE BOX; Animals Ruin Dundee Pitch
Byline: James Moncur A FOOTBALL club are being plagued by a team of penalty box predators - a family of foxes. The vermin are wreaking havoc with Dundee FC's Dens Park pitch. The First Division team's ground has become home to the animals...
Alco-Pop; Big Crunch Fight Night
Byline: CHRIS ROBERTS Boss Alex takes swipe at John for being too nice after giving up the drink ANXIOUS Alex Morrison fears Commonwealth featherweight champion John Simpson has lost his bottle to become king of the world after giving up the...
All-Star Telly Fanatics Get Their Chance to Show off; BRIAN McIVER'S PICK OF THE DAY
Byline: BRIAN McIVER As Seen On TV BBC1, 8.30pm A SORT of celebrity Telly Addicts for the 21st century, Steve Jones replaces Noel Edmonds as the quizmaster general, while a cast of minor stars replaces the warring couples and families in the...
AMY'S QUICKIE; Winehouse Divorced in 75 Seconds after She Admits Cheating
Byline: Jon Kaila AMY Winehouse's 26-month marriage was ended in just 75 seconds yesterday. The singer got a quickie divorce from Blake Fielder-Civil after admitting she cheated on him with an unnamed lover. Neither the 25-year-old nor her...
A Sir-Ious Player; Sporty-Looking and Sprightly Daihatsu Is an Unsung Hero, Says MALCOLM ROBERTSHAW
Byline: MALCOLM ROBERTSHAW SUPERMINIS have become decidedly hot property thanks to the Government's scrappage scheme. The pounds 2000 discount available when you trade in an old banger for a new car means these lean little machines are a real...
A THREE WOOD; Knot to Knock Up a Hamilton Treble
Byline: Garry Owen HAMILTON PARK has dusted itself down after last weekend's invasion of screaming pop fans - which resulted in a record 10,000 strong crowd. Tonight racing purists will be out in force to see the battle for the pounds 35,000...
BLONDE BOMBSHELL; Scots Model Karly 'Needs a Miracle' to Avoid Big Bro Boot, Say Bookies
Byline: Lachlan Mackinnon SCOT Karly Ashworth needs a "miracle" to stay in the Big Brother house, bookies claimed last night. The 21-year-old Fifer is the 1-8 favourite to get the axe tonight in a public vote. Her fellow eviction nominees...
BOSSES SHOULD STAND IN DOCK AND ANSWER FOR NINE LIVES LOST; Safety Inspectors Failed to Stop 'Avoidable' Tragedy
Byline: Mark McGivern FACTORY bosses should have faced jail over the deaths of nine people in the Stockline disaster, angry families said yesterday. They spoke out as a damning report by judge Lord Gill into the May 2004 gas blast condemned the...
BoxOffice; We Rate the Movies That Are on at the Cinema This Week
1 (-) Bruno SEXUALLY explicit but funny film by Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen. This time the comic plays Austrian fashionista Bruno as he travels the world in his quest to be famous. .. .. . 18 2 (1) Ice Age 3: Dawn of The Dinosaurs 3D THE...
CELTIC BROLLY FINE FOR STEVE; Twente Boss Eyes Clash with Mogga
Byline: Chris Roberts TONY MOWBRAY will today learn the identity of his first opponents as Celtic boss - and could come face to face with former England boss Steve McClaren. McClaren, now in charge of FC Twente in Holland, is known to the Tartan...
CELTS WILL BE BROLLY FINE DRAW FOR STEVE; Twente Boss Eyes Hoops
Byline: Chris Roberts TONY MOWBRAY will today learn the identity of his first opponents as Celtic boss - and could come face to face with former England boss Steve McClaren. McClaren, now in charge of FC Twente in Holland, is known to the Tartan...
CHERIE BLAIR HIT BY SWINE FLU; Inverness Tourist Death Takes Toll to 29
Byline: Lachlan Mackinnon FORMER Prime Minister's wife Cherie Blair has been struck down with suspected swine flu. The news broke as a tourist became the third person to die from the virus in Scotland - bringing the UK death toll to 29. Today,...
Chopper Doomed before the Crew Knew; Crew Didn't Know They Were Doomed
Byline: Charlie Gall SUPER Puma flight 85N was doomed almost three minutes before the 16 men on board knew anything about it. Crash investigators yesterday revealed the disaster which killed two crewmen and 14 NorthSeaoil workers in April might...
Cooking with Elvis
Byline: Jonathan Trew Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 14 July **** ILLICIT sex, cannibalism and Elvis are all prime ingredients in this revival of Lee Hall's black comedy. Hall is best known for writing the screenplay for Billy Elliot, but while...
COTTON SOCKS IT TO JO & EDITH; DJs Lose Their Radio 1 Slots to Younger Stars
Byline: BEV LYONS RADIO 1 DJs Edith Bowman and Jo Whiley have been booted out of their prime weekday slots to make way for youngbloods Fearne Cotton and Greg James. Scots-born Edith, 35, says she is "cool" about losing her lunchtime show to Greg...
CUT THE DRAMA QUEEN ACT; Lyle Asks Monty to Give Peace a Chance
Byline: DAVID McCARTHY SANDY LYLE last night told Colin Montgomerie to stop being a drama queen and to sort out their differences man to man. But Monty, right, stormed off in a strop and refused to talk to anyone - let alone someone who had called...
Dad Didn't Let Common Sense Go Walkabout
Byline: Joan Burnie IN these days of death and destruction, let's all hear it for Richard Cass. He is the father of 19-year-old Jamie Neale, the son he thought he'd lost for ever, but who was eventually found after he had blundered hopelessly around...
DODGE THE CRIME AND YOU'LL HAVE GREAT TIME; SFA Security Chief's Warning to Fans
Byline: NEIL CAMERON SFA security chief Derek Kirkwood's main task if Scotland qualify for the World Cup in South Africa will be to ensure players, coaches and supporters are safe. He might have one hell of a job on his hands. Mind you, if...
DOUBLE TROUBLE; Celebs Who Made the Ultimate Fashion Faux Pas and Wore the Same Outfits
Byline: Sally McLean WEARING an identical outfit to another celebrity is a fashion faux pas of the highest order, but being pictured on the same night wearing a copycat frock can only result in a P45 for the poor stylists. Madonna andWhitney...
Dvd Reviews
Byline: rick fulton MAD MEN - SERIES TWO *** 15 THE Sixties are brought to life in this series about aNew York ad agency. Don Draper (Jon Hamm) locks horns with Herman Phillips (Mark Moses), while Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) struggles to come...
Father Knows Best Message for Jamie
IN these days of death and destruction, let's all hear it for Richard Cass. He is the father of 19-year-old Jamie Neale, the son he thought he'd lost for ever, but who was eventually found after he had blundered hopelessly around in the Australian...
Feeling Blue after Failing to Hit It in the Red
Byline: Gary Ralston THE opening round of The Open hasn't left me feeling too blue - even if I missed a glorious opportunity to shoot in the red. I didn't play my best as I went round in 71 to finish one over but it wasn't a terrible round either....
FIVE COPS GUNNED DOWN IN BONNIE & CLYDE SHOOTOUT; 'PRIEST' HAD PUMP-ACTION SHOTGUN: Two Suspects Left Dead
Byline: Ben Spencer A BONNIE and Clyde-style duo were shot dead after gunning down five police officers in two bloody battles. Two of the officers were critical last night after being blasted by shotgun-wielding Hassan Shakure who was disguised...
FRED & WATERED; Shamed Bank Chief Wined and Dined by PM before Bailout
Byline: Kevin Schofield SHAMED banker Fred "The Shred" Goodwin was entertained by Gordon Brown shortly before the collapse of the Royal Bank of Scotland. He enjoyed hospitality at Chequers, the Prime Minister's country retreat, last year. ...
GETTING ON THEIR BIKES; Training Is the Route If You Want Freedom on Two Wheels
FOR a variety of reasons, motorbikes have never been more popular. The two-wheeler industry is "King of the Road" right now and both manufacturers and dealers expect the boom to continue. But if you are a newcomer to biking, or getting back in...
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Hero Seve Inspired Super 64
Byline: Craig Swan MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ took the spotlight away from one legend - and immediately credited another golfing great for his stunning Open start. The 45-year-old cigarsmoking Spaniard holed a monster putt on the final green to post...
High Notes & Low Notes; the Ashes: Second Test Day 1
Byline: Jim Smyth ENGLAND blew a great chance to bat the life of Australia yesterday in the second Ashes Test and end a 75-year victory drought at Lord's. Without a win over the Aussies at the home of cricket since 1934, captain Andrew Strauss...
Hotline
ANTHONY HAGGERTY TAKES YOUR CALLS SCOTTISH football's bedside vigil for John Hartson continued as supporters up and down the country offered their thoughts and prayers to the stricken ex-Celtic man. News that the 34-year-old had undergone brain...
I'd Love Another Crack at Bayern Even If They Did Thump Us Last Time; Reds Keeper Langfield Can't Wait to Get Back into Euro Action
Byline: SCOTT McDERMOTT JAMIE LANGFIELD walked through the arrivals hall at Munich Airport last Friday night and got butterflies in his stomach. And as Aberdeen's team bus passed Bayern's magnificent Allianz Arena en route to their Austrian pre-season...
I'LL PROVE MY 3-YEAR INJURY HELL IS ALL OVER; COUNTDOWN TO BIG KICK-OFF: Webster Vows to Star for Arabs
Byline: EUAN McARTHUR ANDY WEBSTER admits he could easily write a book about the injury hell he's had to endure in the past few seasons. But the Dundee United new boy is more intent on opening up a new chapter in his career now he's fighting...
'I'm the Novice' Admits McGhee
Byline: Scott McDermott MARK McGHEE geared up for today's Europa League draw by claiming his Aberdeen players are better prepared for it than he is. The 52-year-old Dons boss tasted Euro action as a gaffer for the first time last season when...
I've Gone Sofa; Fern Bows out after 10 Years as Queen of the Morning TV Chat Shows
Byline: Annie Brown FERN BRITTON today bids farewell to a decade of highs and lows on the This Morning sofa. In the last 10 years, the queen of morning TV has entertained a nation with her giggling and sense of fun - but enraged many by being...
JOIN THE FANG CLUB; British Actor Stephen Moyer Tells How He Enjoyed Getting His Teeth into His New Role as a Member of the Undead Who Falls in Love with a Human
Byline: Brian McIver BUFFY and Dracula look to be history, because there is a whole new breed of vampires about to arrive on television - and they're sexy, funny and very, very cool. True Blood, the latest hit HBO series from America, arrives...
Join the Joy Division; It Costs More Than Most Family Cars, but the Golf GT TDI Is Worth Every Penny If You Want the Perfect Driving Experience, Reports PETER KEENAN
Byline: PETER KEENAN A DIESEL engine doesn't normally set pulses racing, but the two-litre fitted to the latest Volkswagen Golf certainly does. The 138bhp is deployed exceptionally well, aided and abetted by a slick six-speed manual transmission....
Low Budget Tale of a Space Adventure Is out of This World
MOON. .. .. 15 WITH the exception of Star Trek, there has been little good science fiction that's rocked my world in the past year or so. That is until I saw Moon, a superbly crafted, well directed and brilliantly acted film that ticks every...
MAGICIAN SHOWS HIS DARK SIDE; Sixth Hogwarts Tale Is All Death and Hormones
HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE. .. .. 12A G REY, ominous clouds and a sense of impending doom launch the sixth Harry Potter movie. Picking up where The Order of the Phoenix left off two years ago The Half-Blood Prince is a brooding mix...
MANAGER JAILED FOR ROBBING HIS HOTEL; TERRIFIED WORKER TIED TO CHAIR: Two Years for Pounds 13k Raid Boss and His Accomplice
Byline: Kris Gilmartin A MANAGER was jailed for two years yesterday after attacking a colleague while robbing the hotel he ran. Neil Riddell, 40, hatched a plan to steal thousands of pounds with accomplice Aaron Elder, 30, from a Holiday Inn....
Master of the Fleet; Vauxhall's Insignia Is Aimed at the Sales Rep Market but Could Attract Family Buyers Too with Its Classy Look, Says MIKE TORPEY
Byline: MIKE TORPEY TIMES may be tough for Vauxhall but they have come up with a car of outstanding merit - the Insignia. As rival models such as the Ford Mondeo,Volkswagen Passat and Renault Laguna moved increasingly more upmarket, the pressure...
Mini Works like a Treat; with the Potential to Be a Real Wild Child, the John Cooper Works Is a Sharp Performer That Stands out from the Rest of the Line-Up, as IAN JOHNSON Discovers
Byline: IAN JOHNSON EARLIER this year, 25,000 fans from more than 40 countries converged on Silverstone racing circuit to wish the legendary Mini a happy 50th birthday. It's amazing to think that this car is now so old. As a young, and somewhat...
MONEY-MAKING OZ STUNT OR MIRACLE? Backpacker's Family Deny Son Will Cash in on Mountain Rescue
Byline: Adrian Shaw THE family of back-from-the-dead backpacker Jamie Neale yesterday denied claims he staged his own disappearance to make money. The 19-year-old British student could be in line for a huge payday if he decides to sell his story...
Murray's Boughie Warning; HANDS OFF BOUGHIE WARNS IBROX CHIEF
Byline: Gordon Parks; Ewan Smith SIR DAVID MURRAY last night told Bordeaux they will need to stump up silly money to land Madjid Bougherra. The Rangers chairman is adamant the French club's imminent pounds 3million bid for the defender won't...
New Car's a Click Away; Arnold Clark's State-of-the-Art Website Makes It a Virtual Certainty You'll Find a Vehicle That's Absolutely Perfect for You
MOTORING giant Arnold Clark have constructed a virtual showroom with their new website, ArnoldClark.com. As well as allowing potential buyers to inspect more than 15,000 vehicles online, the latest technology lets you choose new and nearly-new cars...
NOBEL IDEAS; Sir James Black Is One of Only Two Scots to Have Won Science's Greatest Prize. but He Believes Our Brightest Youngsters Could Follow in His Footsteps
Byline: Craig McQueen DESPITE Scotland boasting an impressive list of statesmen, thinkers and inventors, the nation has only ever won two Nobel Prizes. One went to Sir Alexander Fleming, the man who created penicillin, while the other went to...
Not Bad for Starters but It Could Have Been Better
Byline: LUKE DONALD THE opening round of The Open hasn't left me feeling too blue - even if I missed a glorious opportunity to shoot in the red. I didn't play my best as I went round in 71 to finish one over but it wasn't a terrible round either....
Pierre: Watch Us Go
PIERRE LITTBARSKI praised his Falkirk counterpart Eddie May after watching his side go down - then insisted it will be a different story in Liechtenstein next week. The German World Cup winner vowed to throw everything at Eddie May's young team...
Pounds 15,000 of Cash Prizes to Be Won; YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BE A WINNER
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RAISING THE BAR; Tarantino Raves about New Film .. in Pub Named after Him
Byline: Rick Fulton QUENTIN TARANTINO was in ego heaven filming in Berlin ... because he could party in a bar named after him. "It looks like a bar I would have started," he laughed about Tarantino's. In Germany or anywhere. "It was so cool....
Recession Buster; Exclusive Nissan Tiida Is the Real Deal for Bargain Family Motoring, Writes DEREK STEWART-BROWN
Byline: DEREK STEWART-BROWN THE Nissan Tiida isn't exactly a familiar name in the car market - and you've probably never seen one on UK roads. It isn't officially imported to this country by the manufacturers, which is a pity because it's a superb...
Reid Furyover Spl Telly Deal
Byline: Chris Roberts RAGING Celtic chief John Reid last night slammed the SPL after it struck a cut-price pounds 65million TV deal with Sky/ESPN. Reid is seething with his fellow chairmen - outwith Rangers and Aberdeen - for accepting the contract....
Reid Fury over Spl Telly Deal; Reid Fury
Byline: Chris Roberts RAGING Celtic chief John Reid last night slammed the SPL after it struck a cut-price pounds 65million TV deal with Sky/ESPN. Reid is seething with his fellow chairmen - out-with Rangers and Aberdeen - for accepting the contract....
Reid Furyover Spl Telly Deal; Reid Fury
Byline: Chris Roberts RAGING Celtic chief John Reid last night slammed the SPL after it struck a cut-price pounds 65million TV deal with Sky/ESPN. Reid is seething with his fellow chairmen - outwith Rangers and Aberdeen - for accepting the contract....
Rob Gets the Top Job with Gunners; UPDATE
ROB MOFFAT was last night confirmed as the new head coach of Edinburgh Gunners. The club's backs coach takes over from Andy Robinson, who has left for the Scotland hotseat. Moffat, No.2 to Robbo when they finished a best ever second in the Magners...
Royal & Ancient; the 138th Open Championship: Day1
Byline: CRAIG SWAN TOM WATSON brought down the Bear here 32 years ago. Yesterday, at the ripe old age of 59, he tamed the Tiger. Watson's name has reverberated around the build-up to the 138th Open with constant references made to his 1977 Duel...
ROYAL & ANCIENT; THE 138TH OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: DAY1: He's Oldest in the Field at 59 but Tom Rolls Back the Years with Majestic 65
Byline: CRAIG SWAN TOM WATSON brought down the Bear here 32 years ago. Yesterday, at the ripe old age of 59, he tamed the Tiger. Watson's name has reverberated around the build-up to the 138th Open with constant references made to his 1977 Duel...
RYAN GETS BAIRNS OFF TO A FLYER; Flynn Strike Eases May Boys Nerves
Byline: Chris Roberts NEW boy Ryan Flynn settled shaky Falkirk's big-night nerves as his deflected strike secured a winning start to their first Euro adventure. Eddie May has had little time to work with his new-look team since taking over from...
Ryo's Not Flagging with Scot as Caddie
Byline: Craig Swan RYO ISHIKAWA stole the limelight from Tiger Woods - and Scots bagman Lee McCallan was the secret weapon in the Japanese kid's armoury. The 38-year-old from Girvan landed the dream job of assisting the Asian wonderkid in his...
Satellite Pick of the Day
Days Of Thunder Sky Movies Premiere, 8.00pm THIS is one of those movies that becomes harder to watch after seeing a brilliant parody rip it to shreds. But even after seeing Will Ferrell's great Talladega Nights, it remains a great bit of silly escapism....
Sfa Chief's World Cup Warning
Byline: Neil Cameron SFA security chief Derek Kirkwood's main task if Scotland qualify for the World Cup in South Africa will be to ensure players, coaches and supporters are safe. He might have one hell of a job on his hands. Mind you, if...
SITTING PRETTY; Twin Atlantic Plan Fan Tribute at Belladrum
Byline: John Dingwall rockers Twin Atlantic are the latest act to be SCOTS for this confirmed Tartan summer's Belladrum Heart festival in the Highlands. The band, who also played atT in the make a return to the Park at the weekend, after last...
Soundcheck
WE know how hard it is to get your music heard. If you are unsigned or releasing material on your own label or on a Scottish independent label, we want to hear it. Write to: Rick Fulton, Soundcheck, Daily Record, One Central Quay, Glasgow G3 8DA. Sorry,...
Stars
Byline: David Wells Mar 21-Apr 20 Aries A WEEKEND of fun and games is heralded as Mercury changes out of his apron and into something a little more revealing. Leopard print is so becoming, don't you think? If you're single, get out; if you're attached,...
SUBWAY SKIVERS ARE CAUGHT IN 3am STING; EXCLUSIVE
Byline: Mark McGivern SKIVING subway maintenance workers were caught out in a 3am sting operation by bosses. Two long-serving workers on the Glasgow tube have been forced to resign and 15 others face punishment after a probe by Strathclyde Passenger...
SUNDAE BEST; Take a Trip Down Memory Lane as the Record Honours the Scots Ice Cream Parlours That Are Hard to Lick
Byline: Craig McQueen SUMMER'S here and what better way to enjoy it than by soaking up the sun while getting stuck in to a massive ice cream. It's a Scottish tradition dating back more than half a century and, for many of us, it evokes memories...
Swine Flu Siege; We Reveal Emergency Plans for Pandemic Which May Kill 60,000 Scots
Byline: Tom Hamilton A SWINE flu disaster plan is being drawn up to cope with potentially massive fatalities in Scotland. Undertakers have been called in to advise how to deal with more than 60,000 extra deaths. Morgues, mortuaries, crematoriums...
THE DJQ&A TIESTO; THERE Are Few People in Dance Music Who Can Claim to Have Achieved as Much as Tijs Verwest, Aka Tisto. Tomorrow Night,the Dutch DJ Is Back in Scotland, Playing His First-Ever Gig at Glasgow's SECC. but before That He Took Time out to Chat Exclusively to the Razz
Byline: andy everett Q YOUR massive indoor gigs have been in Edinburgh the last two years; do you always get a good response from the Scottish crowds? A I AM looking forward to playing again; the dance scene and the events that go on in this...
The One O'clock Gunfight; Tour Guides under Attack
Byline: Chris Musson TOUR guides have been left with black eyes and broken teeth by angry visitors, it was revealed yesterday. Historic Scotland said furious tourists physically or verbally attacked 30 of their staff over the past three years....
THE ONE O'CLOCK GUNFIGHT; TOUR GUIDES UNDER ATTACK: Dad's Fury after Son Is Told He Can't Fire It
Byline: Chris Musson A FURIOUS tourist turned on staff after they told him his son couldn't fire the One O'Clock Gun. The incident came out after Historic Scotland revealed 30 of their workers had been physically or verbally attacked by visitors...
They're Nicked
Byline: SILVER WILKIE WILDLIFE officer, Constable Paul Barr,"arrested" a fine catch of five Lake of Menteith rainbows to weigh in the best bag of the Scottish Club Championshipis Heat 11. Paul, 37, who is both the wildlife officer for the Loch...
Toy Boxes Clever; Frugal Urban Cruiser Looks Set to Be One of the Coolest Cars on the School Run, Says CHRIS RUSSON
Byline: CHRIS RUSSON TOYOTA'S new Urban Cruiser's biggest claim to fame is that it's the world's greenest 4x4. The box-shaped car produces less CO2 than many superminis and leaves off-roaders such as the Land Rover Freelander in a cloud of their...
WE CAN WIN TREBLE IF WE HOLD ON TO KEY PLAYERS; Miller Confident Rangers Can Go One Better This Time Round
Byline: GORDON PARKS KENNY MILLER insists Rangers are strong enough to deliver the Treble next season - even if no new signings are paraded at Ibrox this summer. The Scotland striker is convinced the squad that reclaimed the SPL title and won...
WELL PAY PENALTY; Agony for Gannon Battlers as Ropey Ref Orders Spot-Kick Retake .. and Sutton Misses
Byline: Neil Cameron FLAMURTARI 1 MOTHERWELL 0 MOTHERWELL were cruelly undone in Albania last night by a notoriously dodgy referee who must have it in for Scottish teams. It was a real shame because the Lanarkshire men had managed to cope...
We've Got a Cracker in Kurtis
Byline: Alan Marhsall HIBS boss John Hughes reckons Easter Road kid Kurtis Byrne can be groomed into the new Steven Fletcher. The 19-year-old marked his first-team debut with a hattrick in Wednesday night's 7-0 hammering of East of Scotland side...
We've Got Andy Murray but Yanks Love Ruby Murray
Byline: GARY RALSTON HENRIK STENSON came into a Press conference the other day to talk about golf and ended up being quizzed about his finances. One American inquisitor asked if he had any updates on his investments with alleged Texan fraudster...
WIN Tickets to See Celtic in the Wembley Cup
WIN a VIP trip to London to see Celtic play in The Wembley Cup next month. It's a tough early test for new boss Tony Mowbray as the Hoops take on Spurs, Egyptian champions Al-Ahly and kings of Europe, the mighty Barcelona, in a brand new pre-season...
Win VIP Tickets and Camping Pass for the Wickerman Festival
THE Wickerman Festival returns to the Solway coast on Friday July 24 and Saturday 25, 2009 and and we've teamed up with festival organisers to give away one pair of VIP weekend passes to this year's event. The VIP passes give you access to the VIP...
Win Xtreme Karting for You and 7 Friends
ONE lucky reader will take pole position with this incredible prize as they get in the driving seat for an amazing experience at Xtreme Karting, one of Scotland's leading leisure destinations. The winner, plus seven friends, can look forward to...
WISH U WERE HERE JACK; Golden Oldie Tom Rolls Back Years Butwishes He'd Been Duelling Old Pal Nic: I Wanted Old Mate Nicklaus to Be Here
Byline: David McCarthy TOM WATSON penned one ofthe most remarkable stories in Open history yesterdaywhen he returned to Turnberryand repeated the sensational65 that earned him the ClaretJug at the same courseTHIRTY TWO years ago. He then insisted...
Wish U Were Here Jack; the 138th Open Championship
Byline: David McCarthy TOM WATSON penned one of the most remarkable stories in Open history yesterday when he returned to Turnberry and repeated the sensational 65 that earned him the Claret Jug at the same course THIRTY TWO years ago. He then...
WISH U WERE HERE JACK; THE 138TH OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: Golden Oldie Tom Rolls Back Years Butwishes He'd Been Duelling Old Pal Nic
Byline: David McCarthy TOM WATSON penned one ofthe most remarkable stories in Open history yesterday . He returned to Turnberry and repeated the sensational 65 that earnedhim the Claret Jug at the same course32 years ago. Watson insisted it could...
WISH U WERE HERE JACK; THE 138TH OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: Golden Oldie Tom Rolls Back Years Butwishes He'd Been Duelling Old Pal NicWISH: I Wanted Old Mate Nicklaus to Be Here
Byline: David McCarthy Jack TOM WATSON penned one ofthe most remarkable stories in Open history yesterday . He returned to Turnberry and repeated the sensational 65 that earnedhim the Claret Jug at the same course32 years ago. Watson insisted...
YOU CAN'T SEE WOODS FOR THE FREEZE FRAMES; Tiger Overshadowed as Army of Jap Photographers Follow Rising Star Ryo
Byline: GARY RALSTON A JAPANESE kid turned Turnberry into the land of the rising son as Tiger Woods was left in the shadows on his Open comeback. Ryo Ishikawa playfully stuck his teeth into a haggis for a Record Sport picture earlier this week...
YOU'RE A BIT OF A DRAMA QUEEN MONTY; Lyle Takes Another Swipe at Col Then Calls for Peace Pint
Byline: DAVID McCARTHY SANDY LYLE last night told Colin Montgomerie to stop being a drama queen and to sort out their differences man to man. But Monty, right, stormed off in a strop and refused to talk to anyone - let alone someone who had called...
Your Wife Needs All of Your Loving; JOAN'S SOLUTION: Just Joan SEE JOAN'S NEW VIDEO PROBLEMS AT WWW.Dailyrecord.Co.UK
Byline: Joan burnie QMY wife and I met in our teens. She was my first and only woman, and I have been her one and only man. We married when I was 20 and she was 19. She was pregnant but it wasn't a shotgun affair. I was desperate to marry...