The Journal (Newcastle, England)

The Journal is a regional newspaper from Newcastle, England. The Journal publishes the latest business, sports, and politics news.

Articles from April 26, 2004

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Albany Northern Legue
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt Newcastle Benfield Saints concluded a remarkable season by clinching promotion from the Second Division at their first attempt. A year ago, they came up from the Northern Alliance and after settling down have pushed all...
An Olympic Achievement
Byline: By Tony Henderson An artist who is creating a sculpture to mark one of Newcastle's hidden rivers has earned an Olympic accolade. Norwegian artist Nicolaus Widerberg has already been commissioned by Northumbria University to create Pillar...
Answering a Sprawl
Byline: By Rhodri Phillips A research project into our sprawling suburbs is expected to find that they are underfunded and in need of change. Rhodri Phillips listens to the sound of the suburbs in the North - and finds concerns that they are losing...
A Trilling Experience
Byline: By Paul James The hard of hearing could soon be listening to singing birds in all their glory through speaker systems, under plans to complete the revamp of Newcastle's Leazes Park. The pounds 1.5m project to return the park to its Victorian...
A Winning Return as Villa Steal the Points
Byline: By Jack Pickering Action man Thomas S0rensen returned to the North-East to break Boro hearts with an outstanding display. The former Sunderland keeper made some exceptional saves in helping Aston Villa to a 2-1 win at the Riverside. ...
Baggies Are in Our Place
Byline: By Luke Edwards Mick McCarthy refused to congratulate West Bromwich Albion for winning automatic promotion - because he is still angry his side didn't manage to beat them to second place. Last weekend's defeat by the Baggies at the Stadium...
Baggies Are in Our Place - Mick
Byline: By Luke Edwards Mick McCarthy refused to congratulate West Bromwich Albion for winning automatic promotion - because he is still angry his side didn't manage to beat them to second place. Last weekend's defeat by the Baggies at the Stadium...
Bakers Hit by Blaze
Byline: By Neil Mckay Dozens of firefighters were tackling a massive blaze at a bakery last night. Huge plumes of smoke could be seen from 12 miles away as the second fire in months to hit the premises of Peters Cathedral Bakery on Durham City's...
Barthez Error Is a Booster for PSG
Paris-saint Germain charged into second place in the French top flight after Pauleta's double helped them overcome Newcastle's Uefa Cup foes Marseille at the Parc des Princes. The Parisians leapfrogged above faltering Monaco and now trail leaders...
Battling Quakers Escape the Drop
Darlington saw off the clutches of relegation with two games remaining. A tremendous run of 29 points from the last 17 games has been enough to take them above the reach of bottom two York and Carlisle. After another solid performance in the...
Billy, I'll Be a Hero
Byline: By Alison Dargie He lives a hop, skip and a pirouette away from the red-brick terrace where the hit movie Billy Elliot was filmed. Now an 11-year-old schoolboy, Michael Coulson, is bidding to follow his hero, Jamie Bell, from the back...
Birmingham 2, Wolves 2
Birmingham boss Steve Bruce was left to rue the points that got away for the second week running after relegation-haunted Wolves came from behind to draw at St Andrew's. The Blues drew 1-1 at Charlton last week when Bruce was also convinced his...
Bjorklund Plays Down Star Display
Byline: By Luke Edwards Joachim Bjorklund has shrugged off his man-of-the-match showing in the 0-0 draw at Wigan despite only finding out that he was playing on Friday night. The former Swedish international had only started one game since his...
Blaydon Cup Win Boosts Soa Fund
Byline: By Alan Hedley Durham donated the gate money from their County Cup final to the Soa Otuvaka fund after this game at Durham City. The gesture was both poignant and appropriate as it was at Hollow Drift just a year ago that Otuvaka played...
Boro 1, Aston Villa 2
Byline: By Jack Pickering Sir Bobby Robson must have writhed in frustration as he watched Middlesbrough miss a bagful of opportunities before leaving 10 minutes before the end of this battle for Champions League points. As the Newcastle United...
Boxing: Klitschko Relieved to Finally Win
Vitali Klitschko exacted a measure of revenge on Saturday as he won the WBC heavyweight title with an eighth-round technical knockout of Corrie Sanders. Klitschko (34-2, 33 KOs) wore down the 38-year-old South African before referee Jon Schorle...
Brown Stokes Up Housing Market
Byline: By Emily Pennink Low borrowing rates mean homebuyers can continue to afford spiralling house prices, Gordon Brown said yesterday. The Chancellor spoke to dismiss fears of a crash in the housing market, saying mortgages are more affordable...
Carpet Firm Is a Wall-to-Wall Success
Byline: By Graeme King Storey Carpets has come a long way in the 11 years since Simon Heptinstall took charge. Graeme King talked to him as the Sunderland-based company moves into major expansion through franchising. SEecond-hand laundry equipment...
Cleanse Body and Mind
From its early emphasis on healing waters, Europe's rich spa tradition now incorporates different healing therapies from around the world. Ginger Lee, author of the new book, Spa Style Europe, tells Shereen Low more. With so many spas now all over...
Cooper Beats All Odds to Land Play-Off Place
It's doubtful if any Scottish manager has ever had a more successful first season south of the Border than Neale Cooper ... and that includes his former Aberdeen mentor Alex Ferguson. The Hartlepool boss had a hard act to follow when he was appointed...
Cosmetic Queen Dies
Estee Lauder, who started a kitchen business blending face creams and built it into an international cosmetics empire, has died. She was 95. Lauder died late on Saturday at her home in Manhattan of cardiopulmonary arrest, said Sally Susman, a company...
Cricket Chiefs in Plea over Tour Plan
Byline: By Mark Stainforth The England and Wales Cricket Board have made another appeal for Government intervention over their proposed tour to Zimbabwe this summer. ECB chairman David Morgan last night stressed his belief that without specific...
Deepcut Families Prepared to Take Army Chiefs to Court
Parents of soldiers who died at the controversial Deepcut barracks are considering taking the army to court, it emerged yesterday. The families of Ptes Geoff Gray and James Collinson believe they could argue the Army failed in its duty of care to...
Demand for Hi-Tech ID Systems Creates 50 Jobs
Byline: By Howard Walker Ahi-tech company is set to create 50 jobs in the North-East and 150 nationwide as demand mushrooms for its leading edge security systems. Tyneside-based UK Biometrics has spent two years developing hardware and software...
Don't Suffer Alone with Rare Cancer
Byline: By Alison Dargie A woman who fought back after contracting a rare form of cancer has set up the UK's first dedicated support group for the disease. Kate Farnell endured the darkest 18 months of her life after she was diagnosed with thyroid...
Down Market Worries Featuring Down Under
Byline: By Sue Wilson Australians worry about the strangest things. The dress code in bars and restaurants, for example, is mystifying. Basically, you need socks but most else goes. And it is quite acceptable to bring your own wine and take away...
Durham Breese In
Byline: By Jack Pickering Durham bounced back from their innings defeat by Nottinghamshire in the county championship by beating them by 26 runs in the totesport League match at Chester-le-Street yesterday. West Indian Gareth Breese, who qualifies...
Durham Breese in to Take Revenge
Byline: By Jack Pickering Durham bounced back from their innings defeat by Nottinghamshire in the county championship by beating them by 26 runs in the totesport League match at Chester-le-Street yesterday. West Indian Gareth Breese, who qualifies...
Durham Leagues
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt Horden served notice that they will take some beating in the race for the Federation Special in Durham Senior League title. A 177 by Adrian Hedley, who crashed 12 sixes and 21 boundaries, and an unbeaten half-century...
Euro MP Silent
Byline: By Ross Smith A leading North Euro-MP has become caught up in a extraordinary row with an Austrian counterpart over parliamentary allowances. Footage emerged over the weekend of North-East Euro MP Gordon Adam in an altercation with Austrian...
Euro MP Silent on Payment Bust-Up
Byline: By Ross Smith A leading North Euro-MP has become caught up in a extraordinary row with an Austrian counterpart over parliamentary allowances. Footage emerged over the weekend of North-East Euro MP Gordon Adam in an altercation with Austrian...
F1: Montoya Slams Michael
Byline: By Ian Parkes Juan Pablo Montoya has accused Michael Schumacher of being "either blind or stupid" as the feuding duo again squared up on and off the track. No quarter was given by Schumacher on the opening lap of a San Marino Grand Prix...
Family Affair as Winners Wonder over Pounds 1,000
Happy grandmother Denese Coombs is celebrating being one of The Journal's latest pounds 1,000 winners. But she has no idea what to spend it on. The 73-year-old widow of Seventh Row, Ashington, was so surprised at winning Friday's Seriously Good...
Farmer's Son Brings Extra Strength
Harrison & Hetherington's farmstock team in Carlisle is to be further strengthened with the appointment of Robert Taylor as senior manager of the dairy and primestock operations. Mr Taylor, who has worked as an auctioneer and latterly as head...
Farmer's Son Brings Extra Strength and Experience to Farmstock Team
Harrison & Hetherington's farmstock team in Carlisle is to be further strengthened with the appointment of Robert Taylor as senior manager of the dairy and primestock operations. Mr Taylor, who has worked as an auctioneer and latterly as head...
Fell Show Signs of Better Times
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt It was not the happiest of seasons for Gateshead Fell last time when they finished bottom of the table but they will take encouragement from their opening day performance against Norton. After posting more than 200, they...
Figo Sent off as Real Lose to Barcelona
Ronaldinho engineered the downfall of Real, superbly creating Xavi's winner four minutes from time after Luis Figo had been sent off against his old club. Barcelona delivered a severe blow to Madrid's title hopes and boosted their own prospects...
Film Careers Develop after Long Time-Lapse
Byline: By Graeme King Two very different photography businesses are being launched in the North-East, both by men who have come to the profession later in life. Loyal Darlington football supporter Nick Blake has achieved many a fan's ambition...
From the Floor
Byline: By Kevin Rowan Nationally we have to recognise and appreciate the success of this government in tackling unemployment and in reducing poverty. We know in this region that the success isn't spread evenly in geographic terms, nor is it...
Galloway's Oil Claim Ire
Rebel mp George Galloway last night vowed to fly to Washington and "bang on the door" of US Congress in a bid to clear his name of allegations he took bribes from Saddam Hussein. He said he would demand to be heard after his name appeared on a list...
GED Dives into New Career at Play Barn
Byline: By Graeme King Deep sea diver Ged Edgar is moving into the most dangerous waters of his career - working with toddlers. The ex-Royal Marines Commando has put pounds 500,000 into his new Atlantic Antics play barn in Jarrow, but nothing...
Glorious Creation of a Romantic Spirit
Byline: By Tony Henderson Sir Charles Monck was not a man to do things by halves. For starters, his honeymoon lasted for six months. After marrying in the less than exotic surrounds of Doncaster in 1804, he and his new wife visited Berlin, Dresden,...
Hi-Tech Demand Creates Jobs
Byline: By Howard Walker, A hi-tech company is set to create 50 jobs in the North-East and 150 nationwide as demand mushrooms for its leading edge security systems. Tyneside-based UK Biometrics has spent two years developing hardware and software...
Home Truths
Byline: By Martin Wells After the stag night from hell came the marriage made in " Gretna Green. The Wells clan drove there on Friday to see my brother-in-law complete the transition from beer monster to De Beer buyer and marry his bride in time-honoured...
How We Found Love in Wartime
Byline: By Peter Adams Diamond wedding couple Dick and Joan Atkinson met and married within five months of meeting each other in a whirlwind wartime romance. Peter Adams hears the story of their khaki wedding. When Durham Light Infantry private...
Huw Lewis Column
Byline: By Huw Lewis Do you remember the great tidal wave of benefit tourists that drowned our country back in 1992? That was the year the ending of Europe's trade barriers allowed people to move freely in search of work. You can probably...
ID Cards No Deterrent
When the Home Secretary declared yesterday that "massive changes" in the world had made ID cards an inevitability he was referring to the rapid rise of international terrorism. But it is more subtle shifts in modern society that have made introducing...
ID Cards No Deterrent
Id cards no deterrent - When the Home Secretary declared yesterday that "massive changes" in the world had made ID cards an inevitability he was referring to the rapid rise of international terrorism. But it is more subtle shifts in modern society...
Identity Card Law Comes Step Closer
Byline: By John Deane Legislation for a national identity card scheme will be put before Parliament this autumn. Home Secretary David Blunkett said a draft Bill outlining the Government's plans is to be published today. But Mr Blunkett made...
It's Looking a Bit Bleak Admits Gray
Eddie Gray believes Leeds need to win their last three games to have any chance of staying in the top flight. Time is fast running out for the debt-ridden club after this defeat yesterday. Two of Leeds' last three matches are away from home and...
Keeping Alive the Impossible Dream
Byline: By Mike Corry The tenuous thread that has held Carlisle survival hopes up for so long is proving to have steel-like qualities. From cruising into a two-goal lead, only to be pegged back by half time, then finding the character to get...
Klitschko Relieved to Finally Win Belt
Vitali Klitschko exacted a measure of revenge on Saturday as he won the WBC heavyweight title with an eighth-round technical knockout of Corrie Sanders. Klitschko (34-2, 33 KOs) wore down the 38-year-old South African before referee Jon Schorle...
Leeds United 1, Portsmouth 2
Eddie Gray believes Leeds need to win their last three games to have any chance of staying in the top flight. Time is fast running out for the debt-ridden club after this defeat yesterday. Two of Leeds' last three matches are away from home and...
Lincoln City 1, Darlington 1
Darlington saw off the clutches of relegation with two games remaining. A tremendous run of 29 points from the last 17 games has been enough to take them above the reach of bottom two York and Carlisle. After another solid performance in the...
Locals First at Boulmer Call
Byline: By Daniel Cochlin There were calls last night for homes at the North's last RAF base to be made available to solve a local housing shortage when the MoD move hundreds of service personnel out of the area. More than 600 military and civilian...
Mansfield Town 2, Carlisle United 3
Byline: By Mike Corry The tenuous thread that has held Carlisle survival hopes up for so long is proving to have steel-like qualities. From cruising into a two-goal lead, only to be pegged back by half time, then finding the character to get...
Minds Were Already Made Up on RAF Boulmer Closure
From a Government that fails to acknowledge the North/South divide; that refuses to review the Barnett formula; that takes no action to reduce regional disparities; that directs economic and housing policy at the South-East at the expense of Northern...
Montoya Slams Michael's Move
Byline: By Ian Parkes Juan Pablo Montoya has accused Michael Schumacher of being "either blind or stupid" as the feuding duo again squared up on and off the track. No quarter was given by Schumacher on the opening lap of a San Marino Grand Prix...
Murder Sparks Shock and Fear
Byline: By Daniel Cochlin A North community has been left shocked and fearful after a man was murdered and his body left in a field. Robin Chard, of Corrofell Gardens, Felling, Gateshead, was found dead in a field next to Abbotsford Road at 8am...
Newcastle United 2, Chelsea 1
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Newcastle fans attending yesterday's sun-baked sensation of a fixture were advised to avoid the area surrounding St Nicholas's Cathedral and miss the planned celebration of St George. Yet there was no escaping the might...
Northern Marts
St Boswells April 22 John Swan Limited Sold 1049 Grazing Cattle and 73 ewes with lambs. Grazing Cattle continued to meet fierce competition with claiming bullocks and heifers especially wanted. Leading Prices: Bullocks (blue). Char.x: pounds...
Northumberland Leagues
Neil Wood was in unstoppable form for Ashington in the Fosters Northumberland and Tyneside Senior League at Sacriston. Indeed, his innings only came to an end after he was run out after hitting six sixes and 18 boundaries in 148. Equally encouraging...
Oil Giants Have Market Updates in the Pipeline
Byline: By David Winning And Louisa Nesbitt Oil giants BP and Shell will lead blue-chip companies in updating the market on their first quarter trading performance this week, with retailers and tobacco giants among those companies also due to report....
Pirelli Rally
Double us champion David Higgins took his first Kwik-Fit Pirelli British Rally Championship victory by an impressive two minutes in the opening round. The Wales-based Manxman has thrown down the gauntlet to his rivals by opening with maximum points...
Point-to-Point
Byline: By Peter Burgon Nicola Stirling has hit a purple patch in recent weeks and made it four wins from her last six rides with a short-priced double on Pharmistice and Lord Lane in Saturday's well supported Fife Foxhounds meeting at Balcormo...
Prime Cattle Numbers Set to Grow
Byline: By Jennifer Mackenzie The outlook for the beef market looks stable this year - despite the substantial year-on-year increase in rearing cattle on English farms confirmed by the December 2003 census survey, the English Beef and Lamb Executive...
Prime Cattle Numbers Set to Grow to 2.27 Million
Byline: By Jennifer MacKenzie The outlook for the beef market looks stable this year - despite the substantial year-on-year increase in rearing cattle on English farms confirmed by the December 2003 census survey, the English Beef and Lamb Executive...
PSG 2, Olympic Marseille 1
Paris-Saint Germain charged into second place in the French top flight after Pauleta's double helped them overcome Newcastle's Uefa Cup foes Marseille at the Parc des Princes. The Parisians leapfrogged above faltering Monaco and now trail leaders...
Real Madrid 1, Barcelona 2
Ronaldinho engineered the downfall of Real, superbly creating Xavi's winner four minutes from time after Luis Figo had been sent off against his old club. Barcelona delivered a severe blow to Madrid's title hopes and boosted their own prospects...
Regional Athletics Round-Up
Byline: By Les Venmore Morpeth Harriers had to settle for sixth in Saturday's National Men's 12-Stage Road Relay Championship at a hot and sunny Sutton Park. Aldershot, Farnham and District won the event taking the title for the first time in...
Retail Therapy
Still got wintry dark shadows under the eyes? Then try the new 75 minute firming eye treatment, pounds 48, at Slaley Hall's spa in Northumberland. Sally Laidlow, supervisor of the therapist team, applies exfoliating and moisturising E'spa products,...
Rushden & Diamonds 0, Hartlepool United 2
It's doubtful if any Scottish manager has ever had a more successful first season south of the Border than Neale Cooper and that includes his former Aberdeen mentor Alex Ferguson. The Hartlepool boss had a hard act to follow when he was appointed...
Saving Lives
The Tyne Lifeboat Society is to campaign to raise awareness of its existence and aims. Running since 1905, it raises money for charities involved with lifesaving and helping vessels in distress. To make a donation call (0191) 511-5000. Families...
Sea Heroine Book Launch
A new book has been written about the 19th century heroine Grace Darling. The author is Christine Bell, curator of the Grace Darling Museum at Bamburgh. Publication coincides with the launch of a pounds 150,000 appeal towards a proposed extension...
Sharewatch
Byline: With Andrew Howie, Wise Speke With the announcement this week by Tony Blair that Britons are to be given the opportunity to vote on a new European constitution, focus has once again been transferred to Europe. While many commentators,...
Shearer Strike Is Work of a Master
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Newcastle fans attending yesterday's sun-baked sensation of a fixture were advised to avoid the area surrounding St Nicholas's Cathedral and miss the planned celebration of St George. Yet there was no escaping the might...
Shipyards Sale Could Tip Balance
Byline: By Howard Walker The American defence giant set to take over Tyneside tank-maker Alvis Vickers could also make a move for the company in charge of building two aircraft carriers expected to bring thousands of jobs to the North-East. General...
Shipyards Sale Could Tip Balance to Swan Hunter
Byline: By Howard Walker The American defence giant set to take over Tyneside tank-maker Alvis Vickers could also make a move for the company in charge of building two aircraft carriers expected to bring thousands of jobs to the North-East. General...
Shooting Stars Are Missing in Action
Byline: By Jack Pickering Sir Bobby Robson must have writhed in frustration as he watched Middlesbrough miss a bagful of opportunities before leaving 10 minutes before the end of this battle for Champions League points. As the Newcastle United...
Smiths and Villagers Hammer out Future
Byline: By Alison Dargie Master craftsmen from all over the country have headed North to help restore a historic railway viaduct. Kielder in Northumberland rang to the clanging of anvils and the sound of good, hard graft, as a team of 60 blacksmiths...
Snooker: Sporting Hunter Denied Again
Paul Hunter put on a brave face after his latest Crucible collapse as Matthew Stevens progressed to the last eight of the world championship in Sheffield last night. Stevens rallied from 10-6 and 12-10 down to deny Yorkshireman Hunter on the last...
Solid Defending Stops Play-Off Rot
Byline: By Luke Edwards Mick McCarthy had spent the days up to Saturday's match at Wigan casting an envious eye over the prowess of opposing strikers Nathan Ellington and Jason Roberts. But on Saturday evening it will have been Wigan's manager,...
Spas That Cleanse the Mind and Body
Byline: By Shereen Low From its early emphasis on healing waters, Europe's rich spa tradition now incorporates different healing therapies from around the world. Ginger Lee, author of the new book, Spa Style Europe, tells Shereen Low more. With...
Sporting Hunter Denied Again
Paul Hunter put on a brave face after his latest Crucible collapse as Matthew Stevens progressed to the last eight of the world championship in Sheffield last night. Stevens rallied from 10-6 and 12-10 down to deny Yorkshireman Hunter on the last...
Stand Guard with Improving Sentry
Byline: By Robert Pratt John Gosden sends Sentry on the long trek from Manton to Hamilton Park today for the totetrifecta Stakes and the hint should be taken. Sentry has had only six career starts and he showed in scoring at Newmarket on his...
Starting Out
Name of business: China Friends. Website: www.china2uk.co.uk Location: 107 Reg Vardy Business Centre, University of Sunderland. Line of business: Offering Mandarin Chinese language skills and cultural briefing courses for business, community...
Sue Wilson Column
Byline: By Sue Wilson Australians worry about the strangest things. The dress code in bars and restaurants, for example, is mystifying. Basically, you need socks but most else goes. And it is quite acceptable to bring your own wine and take away...
Supergrass Have a Fine Tale to Tell
Byline: By Luke Edwards Supergrass kicked off their 10th anniversary national tour in Newcastle last night. They talked to Luke Edwards about outliving Britpop. They may never have been subjected to the same frenzied interest and critical acclaim...
Supergrass Have Tale to Tell
Byline: By Luke Edwards Supergrass kicked off their 10th anniversary national tour in Newcastle last night. They talked to Luke Edwards about outliving Britpop. They may never have been subjected to the same frenzied interest and critical acclaim...
This May Never Happen Again - Gunners Boss
Byline: By Duncan Bech Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger described yesterday's title triumph as a "tremendous achievement" and declared it would own a unique place in the history books. The Gunners landed the third league championship of Wenger's reign...
To Russia with Love of Her Job
Byline: By Rhodri Phillips She is an authority on how to help athritis sufferers. And when her work on the subject was translated into Russian, it immediately sold more than 100,000 copies. But physiotherapist Wendy Innes is still relatively...
Tottenham 2, Arsenal 2
Byline: By Duncan Bech Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger described yesterday's title triumph as a "tremendous achievement" and declared it would own a unique place in the history books. The Gunners landed the third league championship of Wenger's reign...
Town Hall Rethink Passes Voters By
Byline: By Dave Black Most people in Northumberland are unaware district councils could disappear as part of major changes to local government in the county. Only one in eight people claim to know "more than a little" about the potential shake-up...
Train Horror Hits Children Hardest
Byline: By David Lucas The main hospital treating victims of a train explosion in North Korea laid out young patients on filing cabinets yesterday as it struggled to overcome a shortage of beds and problems with medical equipment, according to an...
Wade Associates Northrn Alliance
Byline: By Bill Gardner With five games left West Allotment Celtic claimed the Premier Division title on Saturday and their promotion to the Albany Northern League should now be assured. Despite a fixture backlog, Terry Mitchell's side has produced...
Wearside League
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt North Shields took another step towards the championship and promotion into the Albany Northern League with a 6-0 romp over Ferryhill Athletic at Ralph Gardner Park. Early goals by Roy Gordon and Andy Stokes set them...
We're Having a Ball
Byline: By Vicky Pepys May is almost upon us and 'the season' starts here. It seems to start quite early in life, with the American prom-style college dance now an integral part of school and university for many. A ballgown, although not a...
We're Having a Ball This Season
Byline: By Vicky Pepys May is almost upon us and `the season' starts here. It seems to start quite early in life, with the American prom-style college dance now an integral part of school and university for many. A ballgown, although not a...
We Should Do Better, Admits Coach Moxon
Career-best bowling by Charlie Shreck steered Nottinghamshire to victory by an innings and 80 runs when they dismissed Durham for 93 at Chester-le-Street on Saturday. The 6ft 7in Cornishman took six for 46, which included four of the seven wickets...
Wigan Ath 0, Sunderland 0
Byline: By Luke Edwards Mick McCarthy had spent the days up to Saturday's match at Wigan casting an envious eye over the prowess of opposing strikers Nathan Ellington and Jason Roberts. But on Saturday evening it will have been Wigan's manager,...
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