Sunday Mirror (London, England)

Sunday Mirror (London, England) is a newspaper specializing in International News topics.

Articles from November 4, 2001

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Amanda Grant's Food: BONFIRE TREATS; Fill 'Em Up with Five Fab Things for the 5th. and Remember, Remember.The Sparklers
Byline: Amanda Grant SPICY SAUSAGE & BEAN CASSOULET Bangers in a smash-ing sauce. Serves: 8 Preparation: 20 minutes Cooking: 1 hour YOU WILL NEED 16 big, good quality pork & herb sausages 2 tbsp olive oil 4 red...
And Once More on to the Brink
Byline: DONNA CARTON THE cross community Alliance Party last night agreed to become temporary unionists for one week in an effort to save the Stormont Assembly. The move followed a day of frantic negotiations as Northern Ireland yet again clawed...
ANDY GRAY THE VOICE OF FOOTBALL: World Cup Dreams Still Up for Grabs
Byline: Andy Gray WHEN Sven Goran Eriksson names his England squad for Saturday's friendly against Sweden there will, as always, be a few disappointed players left out who still dream of making the trip to Japan and Korea. An example of a player...
Caffeine Society
Product Caffeine Verdict BREWED COFFEE 100 mg COFFEE bars like Starbucks use 12oz cups - three times the size of an average cup that has 100mg of caffeine. SILVER ARROW 100 mg SILVER Arrow appears to contain more...
Caffeine Society; A COFFEE OR TWO A DAY CAN KEEP THE DOC AWAY
Byline: CATRIONA WROTTESLEY WE'VE long been told by health experts that caffeine is bad for us, but latest research tells a different story. It appears that caffeine in tea and coffee can work as well as painkillers in relieving certain symptoms....
Carole Malone's Column: Our Man with the Mission
Byline: Carole Malone TONY Blair has been criticised, ridiculed and sneered at for his efforts in the Middle East this week. He has been globally humiliated and chastened at the hands of Syria's president, Bashar al Assad and Israeli premier Ariel...
Carole Malone's Column: THE SHOW'S OVER, JIMMY
Byline: Carole Malone WHAT'S wrong with Jimmy Young for God's sake? He's 80 years old, he's had a humdinger of a career and he has the love and respect of a zillion fans. So why, at an age when most people are grateful to be still breathing,...
Celeb Life: Is This the World's Most Unlikely Sex Symbol?; James Gandolfini Is the First to Admit He's No Brad Pitt. So What Is It about the Sopranos Star That Makes So Many Women Swoon? Laurel Ives Investigates
Byline: Laurel Ives additional reporting: Linda McKay He has the body of a couch potato, an impressive bald patch and sports a fetching line in polyester tops and garish shoes. But to one group of women he's sex on legs. James Gandolfini, aka...
Cheryl in the Dark
Byline: MAGGIE O'RIORDAN BARRYMORE was still with wife Cheryl when he had his first secret fling with Costa. They had met in 1994 in the White Swan, the gay bar in London's East End where Barrymore first came out. "The attraction was instant....
Clare McKeon Column: That Caps It All, Your Holiness.; INSULTS FLYING
Byline: Clare McKeon CARDINAL Desmond Connell is as cute as a pet fox. I can just see the plan. He sits there, in his vast Bishop's palace, and he muses on how to get his name into lights. He decides that insulting fellow church leaders is...
CLOSE SELLAFIELD; Irish Minister Says Plant Is a Danger to the Public
Byline: LARISSA NOLAN IRISH Minister for Energy Joe Jacob yesterday demanded that the Sellafield nuclear plant - just across the Irish Sea from Co Down - be shut down. The Minister declared that Ireland was 100 per cent against the plant in Cumbria,...
CON MEN MAKE IT AS EASY AS C-A-B; Gangsters Posing as Tax Officials Walk off with Pounds 40,000
Byline: LARISSA NOLAN A FAMOUS Irish pub was stung for pounds 40,000 by gangsters - who posed as officials from the Criminal Assets Bureau. Top Dublin bar Bruxelles - known for its celebrity clientele - was hit by the group of four smartly-dressed...
Cricket: YOU STUPID BOYS; India Skipper Ganguly Raps England's Tour Dropouts Croft and Caddick as 'Big Losers'
Byline: GARY FITZGERALD INDIAN captain Saurav Ganguly has condemned Andy Caddick and Robert Croft as "stupid" for snubbing his country. And Ganguly has also vowed to ''show England no mercy on the Test field'' when Nasser Hussain's men do arrive...
DOC'S IN PRACTICE; Struck-Off Psychiatrist Wins Court Battle for Right to Work
Byline: LARISSA NOLAN A PERVERT doctor - struck off in Britain after being branded "a risk to the public" - is practising legally in Ireland. In a Sunday Mirror exclusive story two weeks ago, we revealed that Dr John Harding Price, 71, had been...
DUBLIN BOMB EVIDENCE DUMPED IN GARDA CLUB; Vital Forensics Bagged, Tagged. Then Lost
Byline: HUGH FINLAY FORENSIC evidence, collected in the aftermath of the Dublin bombing in 1974, was carefully brushed up, bagged and then amazingly DUMPED in a Garda social club for nearly ten days before it was analysed, it has been claimed. ...
Eamonn Holmes Column: BASH-EARED; Martin Fumbles Barrymore Quiz
Byline: Eamonn Holmes I TELL you what, I would have confessed to anything, faced with Martin Bashir's repetitive questions on ITV's mid-week Tonight programme In fact I would have done anything just to get him to stop that technique which ends...
FACE FASHION: Gurn, Baby, Gurn
Byline: LYNNE MICHELLE In my time, I've done some fairly odd things in the name of exercise. But I can honestly say I've never before stood in front of a mirror grinning like I've swallowed a banana sideways and waggling my ears in time to a beat....
Finance: Grab That Cash, Girls; WOMEN GET MONEY-WISE
Byline: ANNA DAY NEW research shows that women are more money-wise than men and are taking over the management of the family finances. An Abbey National survey reveals that 32 per cent of women aged 18-35 - an eight per cent rise on last year...
Football: A Hit for King of the Misses; Leicester 1 Sunderland 0
Byline: ANTHONY CLAVANE SO, where were you when Ade Akin-Bad-Buy scored? After an hour of dire football, the man dubbed the league's worst striker finally broke his duck. From now on, it will be known as "That Goal". Forget Michael Owen's...
Football: Akinbiyi Conjures a Filbert Treat for Bassett; LEICESTER 1 SUNDERLAND 0
Byline: ANTHONY CLAVANE SO, where were you when Ade Akin-Bad-Buy scored? After an hour of dire football, the man dubbed the league's worst striker finally broke his duck. From now on, it will be known as "That Goal". Forget Michael Owen's...
Football: ALEX'S MEN CAN'T KILL KILLIE; KILMARNOCK 0 HIBERNIAN 0
Byline: BRIAN MURRAY BOTH teams went into this match lacking in confidence and both will feel disappointed with their performance at Rugby Park. Neither keeper was seriously tested as the two team's defences coped easily with lacklustre attacks....
Football: BOLTON RUIN GAZZA GLORY; Ricketts Saves Day for Sam: BOLTON 2 EVERTON 2
Byline: PAUL HETHERINGTON REPORTS of Paul Gascoigne's demise are proving to be exaggerated and premature. The injury-ravaged former England star keeps bouncing back at the age of 34 - this time with his first goal for Everton on his return to...
Football: Carlos Steals the Show; Middlesbro 5 Derby 1
Byline: CLIVE ARMITAGE THIS was billed as the battle of the big guns - Alen Boksic versus Fabrizio Ravanelli. But the star of the show was Carlos Marinelli, a 19-year-old Argentinian who cracked in two goals - his first Premiership strikes -...
Football: CHAT ZONE; ALL THE NEWS FROM ALL THE CLUBS
WEST HAM are still keeping tracks on Crystal Palace's highly rated midfielder HAYDEN MULLINS, who is being watched by a number of other Premiership sides. LEICESTER boss Dave Bassett expects to tie up the on-loan signing of Chinese striker ZHANG...
Football: China Star's Red on Debut as Taysiders Share Spoils; DUNDEE 1 DUNDEE UTD 1
Byline: WALLACE MOORE FAVOURITES Dundee needed a controversial penalty to earn a share in a Tayside derby thriller at Dens Park. Ivano Bonetti's men, bolstered by the arrival of yet more big-name stars as well as victories over Hibs and Motherwell...
Football: Coyle Strike Saves Rough Diamonds; AIRDRIE 1 ROSS COUNTY 1
Byline: WILLIAM DICK AIRDRIE were forced to come from behind to preserve their unbeaten run as County gave them a fright at New Broomfield. Neale Cooper's Highlanders had fired blanks in a sequence of five straight away defeats but they were...
Football: CR-OUCH!; SHEFF WED 2 PORTSMOUTH 3: Big Peter Floors Shreeves with Double
Byline: MARTIN HOWEY STAND-IN boss Terry Yorath probably would have landed the job for the rest of the season had the Owls not been stunned by a Peter Crouch double. And the former Wales chief practically admitted as much after this defeat. ...
Football: DAVE PILES ON THE MISERY; HEARTS 1 LIVINGSTONE 3
Byline: RAY HEPBURN HEARTS lurched into fresh crisis as Livingston's astonishing Premier League revolution goes on and on. Last season's Division One champions came to Tynecastle having rattled in 11 goals in their last two away games. And...
Football: Derry to Keep Looking Up
Byline: HUGH O'REILLY DERRY manager Kevin Mahon believes his side can still improve on the form that has sent them soaring up the Premier Division. After a patchy start to the season the Ulster club, last champions in 1977, are up to second place...
Football: Docs Baffled as Nerlinger Fears Grow
Byline: JOE McHUGH RANGERS midfielder Christian Nerlinger will find out this week whether he faces an operation on his mystery heel injury and could be out of action for another four months. The German midfielder is the latest victim of a Rangers...
Football: DON'T STOP NOW SAYS DICK
Byline: JOE McHUGH RANGERS boss Dick Advocaat is looking to his reborn strikers to keep the pressure up on Celtic by burying Aberdeen at Ibrox today. Thursday's emphatic UEFA Cup win over Dinamo Moscow was Rangers' sixth victory on the bounce...
FOOTBALL: EAGLES BACK FROM BRINK; WALSALL 2 PALACE 2: Dougie Delivers the Goods
Byline: ADRIAN MILLEDGE DOUGIE Freedman proved there is life after Steve Bruce for Crystal Palace by salvaging a point for the Eagles at the Bescot Stadium. Freedman's goal, his 13th of the campaign, marked the second time Palace had come from...
Football: EURO JOY BUT THE SPL IS STILL MAIN TARGET; Adcocaat Backs His Strikers to Keep Gers in Touch with Celtic
Byline: JOE McHUGH DICK ADVOCAAT is looking to his reborn strikers to keep the pressure up on Celtic by burying Aberdeen today. Thursday's emphatic UEFA Cup victory over Dinamo Moscow was Rangers sixth victory on the bounce since their 2-0 by...
Football: Eu've Got to Admire Old Firm
Byline: RAY HEPBURN WITH a few months of rain, sleet, snow and ice ahead of us, the warm winds of spring seem quite a way away. But this year the arrival of that most welsome of seasons, will be even more mouthwatering after the Old Firm's midweek...
Football: FANZONE - Fans Pine for a Time When You Knew Who Was Boss; WHERE FANS HAVE THEIR SAY
Byline: BRIAN McNALLY BACK in the days when footballers wore Brylcreem and baggy shorts most fans knew exactly who owned their club. Chairmen and directors were self-made businessmen who sold sausages or second-hand cars. They were enthusiastic...
Football: FERGIE'S SO RELIEVED
Byline: PAUL HETHERINGTON SIR Alex Ferguson doesn't have to pray for success - the squad he has created at Manchester United don't need any divine intervention to win trophies. But the United manager said a prayer recently for Liverpool boss...
FOOTBALL: FULHAM NAIL THE HAMMERS; WEST HAM 0 FULHAM 2: Steed Rules Roost as Cottagers Cruise
Byline: PAUL SMITH WEST HAM'S undefeated home run came to an end as Fulham won away for the first time in the Premiership. The goal-shy Cottagers, who have only managed score 10 Premiership goal to date and last scored away from home on September...
Football: GIVEN GETS REMINDER
Byline: JOE DANIELS SHAY Given knows how easily it could be Dean Kiely or Alan Kelly preparing to repel the best Iran can chuck at the Republic of Ireland this week instead of him. A horrific blunder by Everton counterpart Paul Gerrard last Saturday...
Football: Glyn Waits for the Call; WATFORD 3 BARNSLEY 0
Byline: RICHARD GRIFFITHS BARNSLEY's dreadful away form continued as Glyn Hodges gave little indication that he wants the vacant manager's post full-time. The caretaker boss saw his side slump to their second defeat in the three games he has...
Football: Goater Is Blazing New City Trail!; MAN CITY 4 GILLINGHAM 1
Byline: MARTIN LEACH SHAUN GOATER shouldn't have a hope of beating Eric Brook's Manchester City scoring record, but the Goat is worth a punt with the pedigree feed he's getting. His 85 goals is not half way to the golden winger's 177, but he...
Football: Greg Is Strong Enough for Eric; MOTHERWELL 1 DUNFERMLINE 0
Byline: FRANK McGROARTY MOTHERWELL earned their first win bonus under new boss Eric Black with a valuable three points over a disappointing Dunfermline side. In a game that was lacking in entertainment it was a first half header by Greg Strong...
Football: GRIPE INSPIRES A GLENS ROMP; GLENTORAN 4 ARDS 0
Byline: BILL CLARK STRIKERS Garry Haylock and Darren Armour were the targets for half-time verbals in the Glentoran dressing room. But they answered back with an incredible three goals in five minutes. "The manager slaughtered us," revealed Haylock....
Football: HENRIK'S LAST GASP HEROICS; ST JOHNSTONE 1 CELTIC 2: Larsson Completes Another Great Escape
Byline: JOE McHUGH THE SPL may as well present Celtic with this season's crown after Martin O'Neill's side pulled off their second great escape in as many games. Last week it was Kilmarnock who left the field dejected after going down to an injury...
Football: HOLLAND IN DREAMLAND
Byline: HUGH O'REILLY EVEN if his name isn't on Mick McCarthy's team-sheet next Saturday, it's hard to wipe the smile off Mattie Holland's face these days. With Ipswich in the third round of the UEFA Cup and Ireland on the verge of qualifying...
Football: I'M READY FOR FINAL FLING; McAteer Wants to Recapture Excitement of '94 after Suffering Play-Off Anguish Twice
Byline: HUGH O'REILLY JASON McATEER is a man hustling to make up for lost time in the approach to the World Cup play-off with Iran. Four years ago he suffered the disappointment of being left out of Mick McCarthy's team for the France 98 play-off...
Football: Iran Turn to Power of Prayer
Byline: HUGH O'REILLY THE Iranian team will use the power of prayer as they prepare for Saturday's showdown. Senior religious representatives will be in Iran's travelling party which arrives in Dublin on Wednesday. And while Mick McCarthy's...
Football: IT'S DUNN AND DUSTED
Byline: AMBITIOUS: David Dunn DAVID DUNN is universally regarded as the Next Big Thing. Some have even gone so far as to tip him as a future England captain. The Blackburn midfielder does not expect to be in tomorrow's squad to play Sweden -...
FOOTBALL: IT'S SHEAR HELL FOR GREGORY!; NEWCASTLE 3 VILLA 0: Leaders Villa Are Blown Away and the Boss Admits: They Taught Us a Lesson
Byline: BRIAN McNALLY TABLE-TOPPING Aston Villa's St James' Park Premiership hoodoo continued yesterday when they were blown away by a superb Newcastle United outfit. Villa were quite simply outclassed by the Geordies as they crashed to their...
Football: Johnny Orders Himself out of Glenavon
Byline: BILL CLARK JOHNNY MONTGOMERY has collected his boots from Glenavon and turned his back on the club and the Premiership. The 26-year-old centre-back has taken the extraordinary decision to order himself out of top-flight football, perhaps...
Football: KEANE: I FEEL GUILTY; Skipper's Torment as He Battles for Fitness
Byline: PAUL HETHERINGTON and HUGH O'REILLY FRUSTRATED Roy Keane last night revealed his "guilt" at the prospect of missing one of the most important spells of his career. Keane hopes to recover from a knee injury in time to lead the Republic...
Football: KEENAN BUT NOT ABLE; PORTADOWN 1 LINFIELD 2
Byline: DAVID ARMSTRONG CHAMPIONS Linfield are back in the title race, but leaders Portadown have only themselves to blame that they were knocked off the top of the table. Two uncharacteristic errors by veteran keeper Mickey Keenan cost the Ports...
Football: LAST-GASP LARS; ST JOHNSTONE 1 CELTIC 2: Henrik Denies Saints as Celtic Snatch Yet Another Late Winner
Byline: JOE McHUGH THE SPL may as well present Celtic with this season's crown after Martin O'Neill's side pulled off yet another great escape. Last week it was Kilmarnock who left the field dejected after going down to an injury time goal from...
FOOTBALL: LATE LIONS; MILLWALL 3 COVENTRY 2: Stoppage-Time Winner Stuns Coventry
Byline: DUNCAN WRIGHT RICHARD SADLIER added more weight to his claims for international recognition with the stoppage-time winner against Coventry. Sadlier stooped to head home from close range to end Coventry's unbeaten record under new manager...
Football: Late Rick So Tough on Gazza; Bolton 2 Everton 2
Byline: PAUL HETHERINGTON REPORTS of Paul Gascoigne's demise are proving to be exaggerated. The injury-ravaged former England star keeps bouncing back at the age of 34 - this time with his first goal for Everton on his return to the starting...
Football: Legg: My Secret Fear
Byline: KEN GORMAN LION-HEARTED Andy Legg last night revealed the secret fear that has lurked behind his dramatic revival at Cardiff. The 35-year-old Welsh international will be a key member of the side in today's clash at Wrexham - the duel...
Football: MAKE YOUR MARK, SON; Gray Wants Viduka to Get Physical
Byline: ANTHONY CLAVANE EDDIE Gray thinks Leeds can go on to win the title if Mark Viduka gets more fired-up for games and makes better use of his physical power. The in-form striker flies to Australia on international duty tomorrow having scored...
Football: MARINELLI'S MARVELLOUS; MIDDLESBRO 5 DERBY 1: Teen Sensation Destroys Sad Rams
Byline: CLIVE ARMITAGE THIS was billed as the battle of the big guns - Alen Boksic verses Fabrizio Ravanelli. But the star of the show was Carlos Marinelli, a 19-year-old Argentinian who cracked in two goals - his first Premiership strikes -...
Football: MARINELLI UPSTAGES VETERANS; MIDDLESBROUGH 5 DERBY 1
Byline: CLIVE ARMITAGE THIS was billed as the battle of the big guns - Alen Boksic verses Fabrizio Ravanelli. But the star of the show was Carlos Marinelli, a 19-year-old Argentinean who cracked in two goals - his first Premiership strikes -...
Football: MY PRAYERS FOR GERARD; Ferguson: I'm So Glad He's on the Mend
Byline: PAUL HETHERINGTON SIR Alex Ferguson doesn't have to pray for success - the squad he has created at Manchester United don't need any divine intervention to win trophies. But the United manager said a prayer recently for Liverpool boss...
Football: NO END TO FAIL MARY'S FOR SAINTS; SOUTHAMPTON 1 BLACKBURN 2
Byline: RICHARD LEWIS SOUTHAMPTON were left cursing another failure to win at their new St Mary's ground after a last-minute goal by Craig Hignett sent them to an agonising defeat. And new Saints manager Gordon Strachan must be wondering what...
Football: OLD BOSS BACKS IN-DEMAND RAE
Byline: WALLACE MOORE JOCKY Scott last night told Fulham and Ipswich Town they would be on a winner if they make a big-money move for Dundee's Gavin Rae. The two English Premiership outfits have been linked with the Dens Park midfielder and watched...
Football: O'Leary Whirl as He Aims for Title
Byline: JOE DANIELS DAVID O'LEARY has lifted the lid on his punishing schedule, which is designed to keep Leeds United in control of their own championship destiny. And Ireland's most successful club manager predicts fireworks this month. ...
Football: O'NEILL HUNTS FOR A CREATIVE GENIUS
Byline: JOE McHUGH CELTIC boss Martin O'Neill has admitted that he must find a new Lubo Moravcik if his side are to challenge Europe's elite. The Parkhead boss is happy with Celtic's Champions League performances, but knows he must find a creative...
Football: Paul McGrath Column: We've Never Needed Roy as Much as We Do Now
Byline: PAUL McGRATH ALL the other papers had written him off, but the Sunday Mirror told you that Roy Keane might be fit to play against Iran - and, thank goodness, there's still a good chance that he will. There's been tons written about the...
Football: Prior's Pop at Bassett
Byline: RHYS EVANS SPENCER Prior has told Leicester boss Dave Bassett: "Cardiff is twice as big as your club!" Prior, a former Derby and Foxes favourite, is still gobsmacked that Bassett chose Filbert Street over an integral management role at...
FOOTBALL: RAMS SINK TO BOTTOM; MIDDLESBRO 5 DERBY 1: Marinelli Leads Demolition Derby
Byline: CLIVE ARMITAGE DERBY dropped right down to the bottom of the Premiership with this drubbing. All seemed well as the Rams held out until the 50th minute with some determined defending. Then the floodgates opened and the only consolation...
Football: REF STEPS UP HIS WAR ON THE DIVERS
Byline: RAY HEPBURN FIFA referee Willie Young last night pledged to stamp out the cheating that is tarnishing Scottish football. Last weekend Yung booked four players in Dundee's 2-1 victory at Hibs for various degrees of cheating. John O'Neil...
Football: Rovers Sink Sad Saints as Souness Hails Mary's; SOUTHAMPTON 1 BLACKBURN 2
Byline: RICHARD LEWIS BLACKBURN secured their first away win back in the Premiership - and their timing was perfection. No matter how good the touchline words were from manager Graeme Souness on his return to the South Coast, the sign of the...
Football: Shattered Stockport Are Pig-Six; PRESTON 6 STOCKPORT 0
Byline: GARRY COOK DAVID HEALY led a six-goal demolition that left managerless Stockport rooted at the foot of the First Division. Preston striker Healy 22, grabbed his first senior hat-trick inside a devastating 26 minutes first half spell....
Football: SHEAR JOY FOR MAGPIES; NEWCASTLE 3 VILLA 0 - Sublime Shearer Strike the Pick as United Slam Three Past Villa to Go Third in Table
Byline: BRIAN McNALLY NEWCASTLE United skipper Alan Shearer ended his St James's Park goal drought, with a sublime strike that closed the gap on Premiership table-toppers Aston Villa. United moved into third place with an awesome display that...
Football: Spring in Winters' Step as Dons' Youngsters Blossom; SCOTTISH PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW - RANGERS V ABERDEEN (Today, 3pm)
Byline: RAY HEPBURN BIRTHDAY boy Robbie Winters reckons he'll be "spot on" to outdo last season's 12 goals for Aberdeen this campaign. He's already grabbed five goals in 11 games to date and has also established himself as the Dons first choice...
Football: Super Steed Stuns Roeder; WEST HAM 0 FULHAM 2 - Hammers Home Record Is Crushed
Byline: PAUL SMITH WEST HAM'S undefeated home run came to an end as Fulham won away for the first time this season. The goal-shy Cottagers, who have only managed score 10 Premiership goals to date, finally found their shooting boots as they punished...
Football: Sven's Next Big Thing? It's Surely a Dunn Deal; ENGLAND V SWEDEN SATURDAY, 2.00pm
Byline: ANTHONY CLAVANE DAVID Dunn is universally regarded as the Next Big Thing. Some have even gone so far as to tip him as a future England captain. The Blackburn midfielder does not expect to be in tomorrow's squad to play Sweden - but he...
Football: Taggart Awaits Chance to Get Leicester off the Ropes
NORTHERN IRELAND'S answer to Giant Haystacks fancies a spot of rough and tumble again. Nothing too demanding for Gerry Taggart, you understand. Just the little matter of a comeback Premiership bout at Aston Villa on December 1. And the Tagg team,...
FOOTBALL: VEIGH TO GO; NORWICH 2 WOLVES 0: Ace Paul Destroys Wolves Away Record
Byline: DAVE SMITH NORWICH maintained their unbeaten home record to close in on Division One leaders Wolves who suffered a rare bout of travel sickness. First-half goals by skipper Iwan Roberts and man of the match Paul McVeigh put the Canaries...
Football: VEIGH TO GO; NORWICH 2 WOLVES 0 - Paul Stars as Canaries Chew Up Wolves
Byline: DAVE SMITH NORWICH maintained their unbeaten home record to close in on Division One leaders Wolves who suffered a rare bout of travel sickness. First-half goals by skipper Iwan Roberts and man of the match Paul McVeigh put the Canaries...
Football: WE'LL BE A HIT LIKE THE DONS
Byline: ARTHUR GILL ANDY DOW is convinced that his new team Motherwell are ready to take the same route to success as former club Aberdeen - by producing their own top class talent. Dow moved to Fir Park in the summer after being released by...
Football: We Need to Copy United and Learn How to Grind out Results in Europe; ADMITS BHOYS' STRIKER SUTTON EUROPEAN SPECIAL: Celtic Shrug Aside Champions League Agony and Start Plotting Cup Campaign
Byline: JOE McHUGH EURO hero Chris Sutton has urged Celtic to find the "Fergie Factor" to help them make a major impact in the UEFA Cup. Celtic's failure to take a single point from their three Champions League away games mean that yet again...
Football: WENGER KEEPS MUM
Byline: PAUL SMITH UNCONVINCINGLY laughing off talk of a move to Manchester United at the end of the season, Arsene Wenger claims his immediate future will finally be sorted out in the next 10 days - though he's not prepared to offer any indication...
Football: WE'VE LEARNT A LOT AND WE WILL BE BACK; Mjallby Sets Sights on SPL Title
Byline: JOE McHUGH SWEDISH giant Johan Mjallby has admitted that Celtic must defender better to make their mark in Europe. Despite their heroic victory over Juventus in midweek Celtic crashed out of the Champions League after conceding eleven...
Football: WHO OWNS YOUR CLUB?
Club Main Pre-tax profit/loss Turnover Shareholders (pounds m) Man Utd BSkyB (9.9%), The Cubic Expression Company (6.77%), Martin Edwards and Family Trust (6.6%) 21.8 129.5 Arsenal Star Alliance (26.4%), David Dein...
Football: Will He or Won't He? Two Nations Hold Their Breath
Byline: HUGH O'REILLY TWO nations are waiting with bated breath to discover whether or not Roy Keane will line up against Iran at Lansdowne Road on Saturday. The Republic of Ireland desperately hope the inspirational Manchester United captain...
Football: Young: Gap between Old Firm and the Rest IS Getting Bigger
Byline: ARTHUR GILL DARREN YOUNG only needs to take just one look at the Rangers team sheet this afternoon to know that he made the right choice in joining Aberdeen. The midfielder rejected the chance to sign schoolboy forms at Ibrox because...
Gardening: Supergrass; YOUNG BLADES BRIGHTEN BORDERS
Byline: ADRIENNE WILD IF you've got the urge to plant something different, then consider ornamental grasses. Their subtle colour and shapely form will add instant impact to your fading garden. Borders will literally come alive as their fine blades...
Golf: McRAE HIT BY FLYING FINN-ISH
Byline: STEPHEN TILLS COLIN McRAE'S high hopes of leaving Australia with the World Rally Championship in his grasp suffered a severe setback yesterday. Current title holder Marcus Gronholm turned in a blistering performance during the second...
Health: Dear Doctor
Byline: DR MARK PORTER Fancy a whiff of oxygen? You'd be better off sticking your head out of the window. And if you take garlic supplements, tell your surgeon (no, he's not bothered about your breath). Dr Mark Porter explains all QWhat do you...
Heavy Price Paid by Force under Fire
Byline: DONNA CARTON ON October 11th 1969, police were unable to quell loyalist rioting in the Shankill Road area of Belfast. The riot soon developed into a full-scale gun battle with the Army. Hundreds of shots were exchanged and 29 year old...
Ian Hyland's TV Week: BUMPY RIDE FOR JORDAN
Byline: Ian Hyland FROM the minute the narrator announced that "Jordan loves riding," I knew it was going to be hard to watch Jordan; Living Without Fame (C4, Thursday) without being swamped by double entendres. After all, when it comes to double...
I Can't Find Love. Men Are Scared off by My Fame ..Not by My Size; EXCLUSIVE: TV'S LISA ON RELATIONSHIPS AND GETTING IN SHAPE
Byline: MAGGIE O'RIORDAN LISA Riley has two confessions to make. She has split with her boyfriend...and lost two stone in weight. Are these two facts connected? No, Lisa insists. "I'm not losing weight to look for a new man. "I've learnt...
I Don't Mind Other Fellas Fancying My Sexiest Girl; EXCLUSIVE: HOLBY JEREMY'S LOVE FOR RACHEL
Byline: CAROLE MALONE JEREMY Edwards could be forgiven for being a bit jealous about the fact his girlfriend has been voted Britain's sexiest woman. But the Holby City star is way too secure in his relationship with S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens...
Irish Mirror Comment: Trusting Too Much Just Makes Us Easy Prey
MOST of us work hard for our money and attempt to spend it wisely but sadly the world is full of thieves eager to part us from our cash. And the thief isn't just the guy brandishing the knife and demanding your wallet. These days he's more likely...
It Cost Pounds 7m to Dump Shan but That Was a Bargain.She Wanted Pounds 10m; EXCLUSIVE: TYCOON TELLS OF Pounds 100,000 HOLIDAYS AND ELOPING WITH FRIEND'S WIFE
Byline: STEPHEN MARTIN, ANDREW DRUMMOND in Bangkok and DAVID BARNES in Monte Carlo HE was the publishing tycoon who had it all - including a wife with model looks and a country estate where the swimming pool alone cost pounds 1million. Then,...
Jane Gordon: It's Always Difficult to Come to Terms with a Loss, Particularly When That Which
Byline: Jane Gordon It's always difficult to come to terms with a loss, particularly when that which you loved, and must now live without, has been through so much with you. But sometimes you have to put the past behind you, pull yourself together...
KANE & ABLE; Nice Guy, Nasty Guy, Musicals. They're All Right Up Corrie Star Sam's Street
Byline: MAEVE QUIGLEY VERSATILE soap star Sam Kane has decided that it's 'No More Mr Nice Guy.. for the time being. The 32-year-old - who first made his name as Brookside's camp but straight hairdresser Peter - revealed that he prefers playing...
Keith Doyle Column: Killing Father Was an Act of Bravery
Byline: Keith Doyle EIGHTEEN-year-old David Kavanagh from Kells Co Meath killed his father, but this week he walked free from court after being cleared of the charges. David's story is only one of many examples of domestic violence which is still...
KILLETTO HEELS; We Give You the Lowdown on the Highest Shoes Around
Byline: JAYNE BLIGHT and LOUISE HANCOCK NO femme fatale's party outfit would be complete without a pair of sexy stilettos... But top shoe designer Manolo Blahnik this week withdrew his latest pair after deciding they were just too dangerous to...
Love Life: I Put a Spell on Me; They Work for Harry Potter, but Can Spells Really Help a Girl Find Love? A Desperate Natasha Courtenay-Smith, 27, Will Try Anything
T ake a quick look at my life and you'll probably think it's pretty much on course. I've got my health, my family, my friends, my work, my cat and a lovely little turquoise Fiat Punto. I've also got a new dress and pair of Jimmy Choos to match and...
MO THE WOMAN IN THE KNOW: Forget about Cronies, Tony
Byline: Mo Mowlam THIS week the Government's plans for the next stage of House of Lords reform has begun to emerge. If the reports are true it is very depressing. In reforming the Lords it was always the intention to remove from Parliament someone's...
MO THE WOMAN IN THE KNOW: Give PY a U-Turn at the Dome
Byline: Mo Mowlam RITUAL criticisms of Government U-turns should in my view become a thing of the past. Why not try welcoming them as a sign of strength? Surely to admit a mistake and not to continue to waste taxpayers money is a plus. ...
Motoring: Going Jeep Makes Good Money Sense; CHEROKEES TOUGH AND COMFORTABLE
Byline: TED MACAULEY SAY JEEP. Think John Wayne. And a rattling, bomb-crater hopping, mud-sloshing, bum-aching, back-breaking, noisebox discomfort zone comes into the picture. Well, that's the image from 60 years ago when the workhorse of the...