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WE?RE BACKING BRITAIN
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SECRETS TO
LIVING A
HEALTHY,
HAPPY LIFE
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE:
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pages 27,28&29
expressyourself
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MONDAY JANUARY 7, 2019
60p
MAN, 35
CHARGED
WITH STAB
MURDER
ON TRAIN
see page 9
NHS MISSION
TO SAVE
500,000
MORE
LIVES
By Hanna Geissler
Health Reporter
THERESA May will
unveil a revolutionary
10-year health care plan
in England today, which
the Government claims
will save 500,000 lives.
Unshaven
and glazed
eyes..police
snap of the
footballer
Benefits
range
from
improved maternity care
to life-changing stroke
therapy and extra support
for the elderly.
The
Prime
Minister
has
promised an extra �.5billion
a year by 2023 as part of the NHS
Long Term Plan, which will be
launched today.
The blueprint to make the NHS
fit for the future reveals how
investment in cutting edge
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Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
Weather forecast
Weather
forecast
Young
hit forecast
as tax toll onWeather
over-50s
falls
BABYBOOMERS are paying less tax By Sarah O?Grady
as the younger generations fork out
ity which would have to be taxed. And
instead, research reveals.
The tax burden on those in their 50s, older people are less likely than younger
couples and families to move house, and
60s and 70s fell four per cent in a year.
But those aged in their 20s, 30s and so largely avoid Stamp Duty.
This levy rose to �.7billion in 201640s paid the taxman an extra �illion.
Much of the shift in the tax burden is 17, up 10 per cent from �.6billion in
caused by younger generations moving
up the career ladder and earning larger
salaries. However, recent tax changes
have benefited babyboomers at the
expense of those born between 1965 and
1977, according to accountants Moore
Stephens.
Stamp Duty rises, restrictions on the
amount people can save tax-free
through pensions and increases in tax the previous financial year. Older taxand National Insurance on higher earn- payers paid �billion in 2016-17, repreers have more impact on younger gen- senting 38 per cent of the total, down
two per cent.
erations than on babyboomers, it says.
Temperatures
The younger
generation now
contribPension freedoms mean people aged Temperatures
in Centigrade
Centigrade
cent) of
55-plus no longer need to buy an annu- ute just over a quarter (25.1inper
?Making Britain?s tax
system fair for all
is a tough ask?
Temperatures in Centigrade
North West: Wet with rain and drizzle,
East Anglia: Mostly dry but cloudy.
mostly light and patchy though. Strong
Possibly a few spots of rain. Fresh westerly
westerly winds. Mild. High 11C (52F).
winds. High 11C (52F).
Northern Ireland: Cloudy with outbreaks
London/South East: Cloud with the
of rain or drizzle. Strengthening northchance of the odd spot of rain or drizzle.
westerly winds. Mild. High 11C (52F).
Freshening westerly winds. High 11C (52F).
Wales: Patchy light showers throughout
South: Mostly dry but cloudy. Possibly a
the morning, should be a drier and clearer
few spots of rain. Moderate westerly winds.
evening. High 12C (54F).
High 10C (50F).
Midlands: Largely overcast and wet with
South West: Mainly dry but grey with the
light rain or drizzle. Moderate westerly
odd spot of rain possible. Freshening
winds. High 11C (52F).
westerly winds. High 11C (52F).
North East/Yorks: Mainly dull with light rain, Channel Isles: Largely cloudy, possibly
especially later. Brisk westerly winds. A mild with a few spots of rain or drizzle. Brisk
start. High 12C (54F).
westerly winds. High 10C (50F).
Scotland: Strong winds and patchy rain for Sea: North Sea: Moderate. Irish Sea:
many. Chance of clear skies in the south
Rough. Channel: Rough.
later on. High 11C (52F).
UK OUTLOOK TOMORROW: Continued high wind speeds for the east coast, however it
will be a largely dry and bright day for many. There may be some isolated showers.
SIX-DAY FORECAST Temperatures in Centigrade
TUE
WED THU FRI
SAT
London
Belfast
Birmingham
Cardiff
Glasgow
Manchester
Newcastle
Norwich
Plymouth
2
4
1
2
2
1
1
4
5
9
8
8
10
8
8
7
8
10
5
9
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7
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5
6
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7
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6
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4
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6
6
9
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10
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10
10
10
9
8
10
5
6
4
6
5
5
4
4
7
Rain
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Sunny
Sunny
Cloudy
Sunny
9C/48F
7C/45F
12C/54F
6C/43F
6C/43F
15C/59F
13C/55F
7C/45F
12C/54F
Amsterdam
Brussels
Dublin
Frankfurt
Geneva
Lisbon
Madrid
Paris
Rome
SUN
5
5
4
6
5
5
3
4
8
10
9
9
10
9
9
8
9
10
Europe forecast
Today
Amsterdam
Brussels
Dublin
Frankfurt
Geneva
Lisbon
Madrid
Paris
Rome
2
8
2
1
6
2
2
3
5
9
8
9
9
8
8
7
8
10
Tomorrow
Showers
Showers
Fair
Rain
Rain
Sunny
Sunny
Cloudy
Fair
8C/46F
7C/45F
8C/46F
7C/45F
4C/39F
14C/57F
10C/50F
9C/48F
13C/55F
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THE NATIONAL LOTTERY
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4
LOTTERY
18 25 27 28 32 47 6
THUNDERBALL
11 14 19 31 37 13
EURO LOTTERY
7 11 19 27 37 6 10
THUNDERBALL
5 8 16 20 37 14
THE HEALTH LOTTERY
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4
17 25 26 34 47 9
22 28 31 42 45 14
The society benefiting from all draws in January through
The Health Lottery is Health Lottery Scotland.
Today?s summary: Patchy light showers
the entire income tax take. These workers are also making the largest increase
in income tax payments. They paid
�.4billion in 2015-16, up 14 per cent
from �.3billion paid in 2014-15.
Moore Stephens? research also found
that the share of tax for those in their
40s and 50s has remained fairly static.
Francis Moore, associate director at
the Top 10 accountancy firm, said:
?As baby boomers continue to retire,
the tax burden will shift to Millennials
at an even more dramatic rate in the
coming years.
?Younger generations are also likely
to face the cost of funding the increased
care that come with an ageing population. Making the tax system fair for all is
a tough ask ? but the numbers suggest
Millennials may have grievances.
?For example, the overall Stamp Duty
Land Tax burden is causing noticeable
strains.?
Found safe... toddler
snatched in car theft
North West Coast: It is going to be
overcast with light rain, mostly during the
morning. A moderate south-westerly wind.
Mild for January. High 11C (52F).
South West Coast: It will be mainly cloudy
with light rain, especially later. A moderate
westerly breeze. Mild for January. High 11C
(52F).
South Central Ireland: It is expected to be
generally cloudy with rain, particularly after
noon. A moderate westerly wind. Mild for
January. High 11C (52F).
Outlook tomorrow:
East Coast: It is going to be cloudy with
light rain, mainly during the morning. A
moderate south-westerly breeze. Mild for
January. High 11C (52F).
North Central Ireland: An overcast day, it
is set to be wet with rain or drizzle, mostly
quite light. A moderate south-westerly wind.
High 10C (50F).
Northern Ireland: It is expected to be
cloudy with rain or drizzle, mostly light and
patchy. A strengthening north-westerly
wind. High 11C (52F).
Today?s forecast:
Spain, Portugal and the Balearic and Canary Islands
Spain will be largely dry and bright for
most of the day. Some mist and drizzle
in the far north in the evening. High
18C (64F). Portugal will be dry with
clear skies and sunshine. Later on
there may be coastal fog. High 16C
(61F). The Canaries will be bright will
very little to no cloud. It will be a dry
day with some variable winds. High
23C (73F).
Outlook: Dry and bright
And back in Britain today
London/South East: Cloud with the
North: Overcast and wet with patchy light
chance of the odd spot of rain or drizzle.
rain or drizzle. Brisk south-westerly winds
Misty start for some. A fine and dry day with
Freshening westerly winds. High 11C (52F). Mild. High 11C (52F).
(24 hours
the chance of a glimpse of sunshine. However to 2pm yesterday)
A YEAR-OLD girl who was By Dan Townend
Midlands: Largelytheft
overcast
and wet with
Scotland: Strong winds and patchy rain fo
later on there may be some showers centrally
taken during
last
First Quarter
light rainaor car
drizzle. Moderate
westerly
many. Chance of clear skies in the south
but they should be brief.
14 January
called so
got11C
his
brother,
night haswinds.
beenHigh
found.
11C (52F).
laterhe
on. High
(52F).
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throughout
Ireland:
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car. showers throughou
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in light
theshowers
front
SIX-DAY FORECAST Temperatures in Centigrade
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morning,
be
a drier and clearer
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day thatafter
will move
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brother Largely
ofshould
her(54F).
uncle?s
evening. High
12C
cloudy. High
12C (54F).
TUE
WED THU FRI
SAT
SUNpassenger
let the stranger try the engine
car when it was stolen.
he drove off with Maria inside.
had met a stranger
London
2 9
2 5
5 8
7 10
5 10
5 9Her fatherUK
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day for many,
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outlook tomorrow:
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the
Belfast
4 8
8 9
7 9
7 10
6 9
5 in8 Newham, east London, who
car on sale today and one guy
was posing as a potential buyer
Birmingham
1 8
2 5
5 8
7 10
4 9
4 of9the car.
SIX-DAY FORECAST
IN BRITAIN
called
me on my Temperatures
phone. in Centigrade
Cardiff
?He didn?t seem suspicious
2 10
1 7
6 9
7 10
6 10
6 9The man jumped inside the
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
on the phone, he was
talkingSUN
Audi A5 and drove away
Glasgow
2 8
6 7
6 10
8 10
5 9
5 black
8
very
nicely.?
? with the girlLondon
inside. 2 9
2
5
5
8
7
10
5
10
5 9
Manchester
1 8
2 5
6 9
7 10
5 9
5 8Police said the car was later
Belfast
4 8
8 9
7 9
7 10
6 9
5 8
Newcastle
1 7
2 5
4 8
6 9
4 8
3 found
7
abandoned in a street
Birmingham the toddler
1 8
2 5
5 8
7 10
4 9
4 9
However,
Norwich
4 8
3 6
4 7
6 8
4 9
4 nearby.
8
was not inside.
Cardiff
2 10
1 7 The 6car
9 was
7 10later 6 found
10
6 9
Plymouth
5 10
5 8
7 9
9 10
7 10
8 10
But Scotland
Yard tweeted
Glasgow
2 8
6 abandoned
7
6 10 in Hathaway
8 10
5 Cres9
5 8
just before 8pm last night that cent, Newham. A major search
Today
Tomorrow
Europe forecast
Manchester
1 8 and 2 involving
5
6 9officers
7 10 across
5 9 the 5 8
she had been found safe
Amsterdam
Rain
9C/48F
Amsterdam
Showers
8C/46F
Newcastle
1 7
2 area
5
4 been
8
6 9
4 8
3
had
launched.
well.
Brussels
Cloudy
7C/45F
Brussels
Showers
7C/45F
the
also confi
Norwich
4 rmed
8
3 6 The man
4 7 who
6 took
8
4 9 car 4 8
Dublin
Cloudy
12C/54F
Dublin
Fair
8C/46F Maria?s uncle
was
described
as
an
Asian
of
that
she
is
safe
and
said
she
is
Frankfurt
Cloudy
6C/43F
Frankfurt
Rain
7C/45F
Plymouth
5 10
5 8
7 9
9 10
7 10
8 10
slim build, dressed in black.
?perfect, perfect, perfect?.
Geneva
Cloudy
6C/43F
Geneva
Rain
4C/39F
Lisbon
Sunny
15C/59F
Lisbon
Sunny
14C/57FThe uncle, Gheorghe Stelica,
Gheorghe Stelica said later:
Today
Tomorrow
Madrid
Sunny
13C/55F
Madrid
Sunny
10C/50F
?God forecast
bless. I feel born again.
said he was trying to sell theEurope
Ireland
Extremes:
Warmest: Kerry Airport 11C (52F)
Coldest: Killylane 4C (39F)
Wettest: Belmullet 0.21in.
Search
Paris
Rome
Cloudy
Sunny
7C/45F
12C/54F
Paris
Rome
Cloudy
Fair
9C/48F
Amsterdam when
Rainit was
car on Gumtree
13C/55F
Brussels
Cloudy
stolen with
his niece inside.
Dublin
Cloudy
The 25-year-old
car
trader
Frankfurt
Cloudy
said he was
outside London
Geneva
Cloudy at
Maria Tudorica was in the front passenger seat of the car
the time Lisbon
the prospective
Sunnybuyer
Madrid
Sunny
Paris
Cloudy
Rome
Sunny
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9C/48F
Amsterdam
Showers guy. 8C/46F
?I feel
I am a new
7C/45F
Brussels
Showers
I feel over
1,000 times
relief. 7C/45F
12C/54F
Dublin
Fair
8C/46F
My
brother
is
also
happy.
He 7C/45F
6C/43F
Frankfurt
Rain
thanks the
much for 4C/39F
6C/43F
Genevapolice so Rain
their service.?
15C/59F
Lisbon
Sunny
14C/57F
13C/55F
Madrid
Sunny
10C/50F
7C/45F
Paris
Cloudy
9C/48F
12C/54F
Rome
Fair
13C/55F
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SAS soldiers wounded in IS missile attack
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TWO SAS soldiers hit by a missile
while fighting Islamic State in Syria
were being treated at a secret base in
the Middle East last night.
Military sources said one was ?very
seriously? hurt, while the other has
?non-life-threatening? injuries. They are
expected to be flown back to Britain in
the near future and treated at Queen
Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
A Kurdish fighter was killed in the
blast on Saturday morning.
The missile strike is thought to have
been aimed at a base in the town of
Deir al-Zour in east Syria, about 280
miles from the capital Damascus.
The Syrian Democratic Forces ? who
are backed by the SAS ? said: ?Due to a
smart missile attack by Isis, a fighter of
the YPG Kurdish militia was killed and
another wounded, in addition to two
British soldiers.?
The two Britons were flown out of
Syria on a US helicopter.
There was renewed anger in Britain
last night over US President Trump?s
recent withdrawal of troops from Syria
By Chris Hughes
and his ?irresponsible? claim that IS
had been defeated.
His security adviser John Bolton has
since said withdrawal will only happen
once IS remnants are gone.
A senior Government source said:
?This was a thoroughly irresponsible
statement by President Trump ? as
shown by the dreadful injuries suffered
by our two soldiers.
?The incident has strengthened the
resolve of British Special Forces units
deployed in the region to help deal with
the Islamic State threat, which is very
much still there. Any claims of a
withdrawal give hope and
encouragement to Islamic State.?
The US has more than 2,000 Special
Forces troops in Syria while Britain has
close to 200, with a further 500 in Iraq.
The two injured men are part of
?Task Force 51? from the US-led
Coalition, deployed as snipers, calling
in air-strikes, pursuing IS commanders,
directing mortar strikes and fighting.
British
troops in
Syria are
involved
in close
combat
OPINION 12 TV 33 CROSSWORDS 38 STARS 40 LETTERS 43 CITY 44 SPORT 45
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
3
Pictures: tony ward / ok
My wedding
fright by TV
soap star Tina
CORRIE star Tina O?Brien
admits her ?heart was
hammering? when she
finally tied the knot with
long-term partner Adam
Crofts on New Year?s Eve.
Despite the couple?s
eight-year relationship, the
35-year-old, who plays
Sarah-Louise Platt in the
ITV soap, had butterflies as
they swapped vows.
?I found the idea of
everybody looking at me
quite nerve-wracking,? she
told OK! Magazine.
?My heart was hammering.
I didn?t take it lightly
committing to being with
somebody for the rest of my
life. It?s amazing to finally be
husband and wife.?
Adam, a 33-year-old
fitness instructor, said he
had no jitters at all. ?I just
felt excited to finally be
getting married. It?s been a
long time coming,? he said.
They married at King
Street Townhouse, a hotel in
Manchester. They reportedly
By Frances Millar
hired out the 40-bedroom
venue, where 80 guests,
including family, friends and
soap stars, gathered.
Tina?s on-screen family,
Helen Worth, who plays her
mum Gail Platt, Jack P
Shepherd, who plays
brother David, and Lucy
Fallon, who plays daughter
Bethany, were there along
with Mikey North, who plays
fianc� Gary Windlass and
Alison King, who plays
Carla Connor.
Tina and Adam?s son
Beau, four, and her daughter
Scarlett, 10, from a previous
relationship with former
Corrie actor Ryan Thomas,
had roles at the wedding.
?Beau brought the ring
box over,? said Tina. ?He did
amazing considering he?s
only four. He was very proud
of the part he played.?
l Read the full story in
this week?s OK! Magazine
? out today.
Tina O?Brien in Coronation Street, playing Sarah-Louise Platt
Tina and Adam with, from left, Lucy Fallon, Jack P Shepherd and Alison King
By Hanna Geissler
DANCE judge Shirley Ballas says she
wishes the ?Strictly curse? would
strike her as she looks for love.
Tomorrow the Strictly head judge
will launch a month-long dating
segment for older singletons on ITV?s
This Morning.
On Matchmaker Mountain, three
men and three women will be
whisked away to a Moroccan retreat,
where they will enjoy a series of dates
including camel riding, cookery
classes and spa days.
However, passion has also blossomed between several contestants
and professional dancers on BBC?s
Strictly Come Dancing. And Shirley,
58, who has been married twice, said
of the so-called Strictly curse: ?God.
I wish it would strike me.?
Last year dancer Dianne Buswell,
29, split from her boyfriend, 33-yearold Emmerdale actor Anthony
Quinlan, in the early weeks of the
competition. She later confirmed she
was in a relationship with contestant
Joe Sugg, 27, after the pair finished
as runners-up in the competition.
And comedian Seann Walsh was
dumped by Rebecca Humphries
after being pictured in a clinch with
his married dance partner Katya
I wish Strictly curse would
hit me says lovelorn Shirley
Jones on a boozy night out. Revealing she has been single for four years,
Shirley the programme?s head judge
said: ?I just think I?ve never been
able to get it quite right.?
She added: ?I find the whole
idea of the over-50s falling
in
love
emotional,
because it?s about people who?ve had a life,
families and marriages
that haven?t worked
and dates that have
been rubbish. But at
over 50, they?re still
hopeful� and they?re
certainly not dead yet.?
Former husband
Corky Ballas
Shirley was just 18 when she married
her first husband, dance partner
Sammy Stopford. She split from him
after meeting dancer Corky Ballas,
who she wed in the mid-80s. The pair
share son, Mark Ballas, who is a professional dancer on American TV
series Dancing With The Stars.
Shirley, who split from Corky
in 2007, added that there is
nothing wrong with older couples having an active love life.
?A child might hate to think
of a parent having sex. It?s a
taboo, at any age,? she said.
?But if you?re over 50 and you
find someone marvellous, why
shouldn?t it include sex?
?But it?s not what drives me.
I?ve never been a party girl.
I?m the one on a night out who ends
up holding the coats, not being drunk
on the floor.
?I?m looking for someone kind and
caring to share my life with. And I?m
truly ready to find that person now.?
Later this month, Shirley will hit
the road with fellow judges Craig
Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell and
Bruno Tonioli on the Strictly live
tour. She said spending so much
time together would help the panel
to ?discover exactly who we are as
human beings?.
She said: ?We get along incredibly
well, but haven?t spent an extended
period of time like this together
before. Never mind Matchmaker
Mountain. They should really think
about filming that.?
Looking for love... Shirley Ballas
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Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
Ploy to paralyse Whitehall
By Macer Hall Political Editor
A GROUP of senior Remain MPs
from all parties was accused last
night of trying to ?sabotage? a nodeal Brexit with a plot that would
effectively shut down government.
Pro-Brussels Tory and Labour
backbenchers united in proposing
an amendment to Treasury legislation that could freeze spending on
vital measures needed for a sudden
break with Brussels.
The plot led by former Labour
minister
Yvette
Cooper
was
designed to create financial gridlock in Whitehall to prevent a nodeal outcome.
Another amendment seeking to
block Treasury tax-raising powers
in the event of a no-deal Brexit was
tabled by Liberal Democrat leader
Sir Vince Cable. It is backed by Scottish National Party, Plaid Cymru
and Green MP Caroline Lucas.
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outrage if
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Furious Brexiteer MPs rounded on
the plotters. Tory backbencher
Charlie Elphicke said: ?These MPs
are using parliamentary wrecking
tactics to thwart the will of the people. They should give up their
pathetic attempts to sabotage Government legislation, respect the referendum and support no-deal preparations in the national interest.?
Andrea Jenkyns, another Tory
MP and Brexit campaigner, said:
?This is irresponsible and unpatriotic behaviour, we need to prepare
for every eventuality as it puts us in
a stronger negotiating position.
?Even the Prime Minister has
stated on many occasions that nodeal is better than a bad deal.?
Number 10 aides were also irritated by the parliamentary manoeu-
We cannot
stop using
the B-word
By Stian Alexander
THE word Brexit is uttered
more than 500 million times
daily in the UK, it is claimed.
A study of 2,000 Britons to
promote TV drama Brexit:
The Uncivil War, also found
that the average Briton has
chatted about leaving the EU
for 122 hours since the vote
on June 23, 2016.
That?s more than five days.
It also found that the word
Brexit is uttered a massive
507 million times a day ? with
92 million full conversations
about it every single day in
the UK, which works out at
around two chats for every
single Briton every day.
Some 67 per cent said that
speaking of Brexit raised
stress and many feared they
did not understand all the
issues.
The study also found that
their had been 180 million
tweets about Brexit since the
vote to leave, with two-thirds
made by Britons.
The show airs tonight on
Channel 4 at 9pm.
Deep end... Mrs May donned shoe covers for a swimathon at a pool in her Maidenhead constituency yesterday
vering by the cross-party group. A
Downing Street spokeswoman said
it risked causing chaos that could
lead to Brexit being cancelled.
She said: ?We have a Labour leadership playing politics and opposing the deal to create chaos and we
have people promoting a second
referendum in order to stop Brexit,
so no one can say for certain what
will happen in Parliament.?
MPs are due to reopen the Commons debate about Theresa May?s
Brexit deal on Wednesday ahead of
a crunch vote on the package
expected a week tomorrow.
Ms Cooper?s amendment to the
Government?s Finance Bill, due to
be debated in the Commons tomorrow, has been backed by a string of
pro-Brussels former Tory ministers
including Nicky Morgan, Oliver
Letwin and Nick Boles.
Tory backbencher Sarah Wollaston and Labour MPs Hilary Benn,
Rachel Reeves and Harriet Harman, who all chair Commons select
committees, also back the move.
The amendment would prevent
the Government from implementing no-deal provisions of the
Finance Bill without parliamentary
approval. Supporters claim that, if
passed, the amendment would
establish a principle that the country could not leave the EU without
consent from Parliament. Ms
Cooper said: ?The risks to our economy and security from no deal are
far too high and it would be irresponsible to allow it to happen. I do
not believe Parliament would support no deal and ministers should
rule it out now.
?Time is running out. Parliament
needs to make sure there are opportunities to stop the country reaching the cliff edge by accident. This
amendment helps to do just that.?
Ms Morgan, a former Tory education secretary, said: ?With less than
12 weeks to go until 29 March it is
time for Parliament to show our
opposition to a no-deal exit.? Last
night, it was revealed 209 MPs from
across the Commons have signed an
open letter urging Mrs May to rule
out a no-deal Brexit.
Former Tory minister Dame
Caroline Spelman and senior
Labour MP Jack Dromey collected
signatures from Tory, Labour, Lib
Dem, SNP and Plaid Cymru MPs on
the letter.
Dame Caroline said: ?Crashing
out of the EU without a deal will
cause job losses and bring to an
end the renaissance of manufacturing. At least agreeing we?re not
going to crash out without a deal
means on the 29th March we?re not
going to fall over the cliff edge.?
By Macer Hall
These included extra assurances
about limits on the backstop and
?a greater role for Parliament? in
scrutinising negotiations on
Britain?s future trade relationship
with Brussels.
She said: ?If the deal is not
voted on, this vote that is
coming up, then actually
we are going to be in
uncharted territory.
?I don?t think anybody
can say exactly what will
happen in terms of the
reaction we will see in
Parliament.?
She said Labour under
Jeremy Corbyn was
?playing politics? and
opposing any deal to create
?the greatest chaos?
possible.
She
added:
?We have got people who want to
see their perfect Brexit.
?I would say don?t let the search
for the perfect become the enemy
of the good because the
danger there is that we end up
with no Brexit at all.?
Mrs May said a second
referendum would be
?disrespecting? people who voted
for Brexit. Asked if she would lead
the country into a no-deal Brexit,
Mrs May said: ?I have always said
that no deal was better than a bad
deal. What we have on the table is
a good deal.?
She added: ?I am continuing to
listen to colleagues and will
continue to talk to colleagues
about this and we are continuing
to talk with the European Union
about the further assurances.?
On her own future, Mrs May
refused to put a timescale on her
departure.
She said? ?I was clear before
Christmas with my colleagues on
two things: one, I?m not going to
call a snap election and secondly
that I?m not going to be leading
the party into the 2022 general
election.?
But Brexiteer MP Peter Bone
warned Mrs May that opinion had
hardened among Tory rebel MPs
who are in favour of a no-deal.
Democratic Unionist Party
deputy leader Nigel Dodds said:
?The backstop remains the poison
which makes any vote for the
Withdrawal Agreement so toxic.
The EU has shown in the past that
it will move but only if faced with a
resolute red line on the part of the
UK Government.?
May?s ?uncharted territory? warning
THERESA May yesterday warned
MPs that Britain will be in
?uncharted territory? if they reject
her Brexit deal in a crunch
Commons vote next week.
With the parliamentary debate
over the departure from the EU
resuming this Wednesday, the
Prime Minister used her first
broadcast interview of the new
year to renew appeal for support
on her agreement.
She also denied claims that the
so-called ?meaningful vote? in the
Commons, expected a week
tomorrow, will be postponed for a
second time in the face of
widespread opposition by MPs.
?We are going to hold the vote,?
she told the BBC1 Andrew Marr
Show.
Downing Street cancelled the
Commons showdown on her deal
last month amid fears dozens of
Tory MPs were ready to vote
against it.
Since then, Mrs May has been
pressing the EU for firm
assurances that the
?backstop? clause in
the deal to protect
the open Northern
Irish border cannot
be used to keep the
UK indefinitely tied
in a Brussels
customs union.
A series of
measures to calm
MPs? fears would be
set out ?in the next few
days?, Mrs May said.
Corbyn
?playing
politics?
COMMENT: PAGE 12
MAN WHO WON BREXIT: PAGE 25
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VOTE CHAOS
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
in new bid to block Brexit
Pictures: SOLENT, PA, GETTY
250,000
marched
in London
? not
700,000
The great People?s Vote ?charade?
A MARCH demanding a
second EU referendum was
attended by around a third
of the number claimed by
organisers, an official
estimate revealed yesterday.
The People?s Vote, which
campaigns for a national
poll on the terms of the UK?s
departure from the EU, said
more than 700,000 joined its
rally in London in October.
But a document from the
Greater London Authority
put the figure at just
250,000. Tory backbencher
Anne-Marie Trevelyan said:
?Leaving the EU was an
option on the ballot paper
that attracted more votes
than any referendum or
politician in our history.
?The People?s Vote would
do well to remember this.?
Minister ?confident? that
medical supplies will not
be harmed with no-deal
HEALTH Secretary Matt
Hancock yesterday insisted he
was ?confident? that medical
supplies will not be blocked if
the UK quits the EU without a
Brexit deal.
In a TV interview, he
dismissed fears that border
chaos in the event of a failure to
agree a withdrawal agreement
with Brussels could hinder the
import of vital medicines and
medical equipment.
Asked about the concerns on
the Sophy Ridge on Sunday
show on Sky News, he said the
Department of Health and
Social Care had made
contingency plans to ensure
medical imports for the NHS
were not blocked however the
country leaves the European
bloc this March.
Unhindered
Mrs May
arrives for
the BBC?s
Marr Show
in London
yesterday
Mr Hancock said: ?We are
confident that if everybody
does what they need to do
then we?ll have an unhindered
supply of medicines. Obviously
this is very, very important.
?In all Brexit scenarios, no
matter what happens in those
negotiations, people should be
able to get their supplies.
?There is an awful lot of
work going on to ensure
that that?s the case and
we?re confident that so
long as everybody does
By Macer Hall
what they need to do. A lot of
this relies on the pharmaceutical
companies and others so it isn?t
entirely in the gift of the
Government, but we need to do
what we need to do.?
He added: ?The work has been
progressing very well, I?ve been
very pleased with the response
of the pharmaceutical industry
who obviously take this
incredibly seriously.
?Frankly, a hospital should get
their supply of drugs in exactly
the same way as they do now,
they shouldn?t notice
any difference
because the
unhindered
supply
should be
done in the
Matt
Hancock...
?progressing
very well?
pharmaceutical supply chain.
We?ve got plans under way to
make sure that that can
happen.?
Mr Hancock denied reports he
had told the Cabinet he was
unable to guarantee no patients
would die as a result of the
effects of a no-deal Brexit.
He said: ?I am confident that
we will have the unhindered
supply of medicines so long as
the plans that we have in place
are properly enacted.?
Issues
Mr Hancock hoped chances of
avoiding a no-deal Brexit had
?improved? during the
Commons Christmas break after
MPs had had a chance to talk to
voters about the issues involved.
He said: ?I certainly hope that
the chances of the deal going
through have improved.
?If people have gone back to
their constituencies, as I have,
and talked to normal people,
then they will have found an
overwhelming sense of ?just
please can we get on with it?.
?The plan on the table is the
best plan, it will get rid of all the
problems that we?ve just been
talking about in terms of no
deal. It will also mean that we
have both a close economic
relationship with the EU in
the future and deliver on
the referendum result.?
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Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
Promise to give Britons
world-class care on NHS
FROM PAGE ONE
The pressure
NHS staff face is
tackled in plan
treatments and technology will be
coupled with a renewed focus on prevention and early detection.
The new strategies to support people at all stages of life, from birth to
old age, will prevent an estimated
85,000 premature deaths a year,
including 150,000 heart attacks,
strokes and dementia cases, the
NHS said.
The Prime Minister has promised
the plan will help Britain provide
?world-class care? and ensure ?every
pound is spent in a way that will most
benefit patients?.
Speaking to BBC One?s The Andrew
Marr Show yesterday, Mrs May said:
?This is crucial for ensuring the NHS
is there for us in the future as it has
been in the past.
?There are key areas within that
plan: making sure we have the best
maternity care in the world, giving
babies the best start in life, ensuring
that we get better at preventing,
detecting and treating conditions.
Big public
projects
?should be
scrapped?
By Macer Hall
Suffering
?What the extra money enables us
to do ? what the Long Term Plan enables us to do ? is actually to step back
and say ?how do we ensure that the
NHS continues to be one of the best
health services in the world?? That?s
what we?ll be announcing.?
Cutting edge cancer testing methods will see early diagnosis rates soar
from half to 75 per cent, saving 55,000
lives a year, the NHS said.
Individually-tailored cancer treatments, will be introduced. The NHS
will also be the first health service in
the world to offer new cell testing for
every child with cancer, in addition to
adults suffering from certain rare conditions or specific cancers.
Lynda Thomas, chief executive of
Macmillan Cancer Support, said:
?One in two people will get a cancer
diagnosis during their lifetime and
the plan lays out important milestones around improving survival and
ensuring high quality personalised
care for every patient.?
The Long Term Plan also includes
pioneering scans and technology, like
artificial intelligence, to provide the
best stroke care in Europe with over
100,000 more people each year accessing new, better services. More than
100,000 patients with heart problems
Ms Truss... spending review
�3bn boost for mental health care
THE commitment to tackle major
physical conditions comes
alongside a �3billion per year
investment in mental health
services by 2023/24.
Community based services,
including those in schools, will be
expanded to provide mental
health help for 345,000 more
children as well as an extra
380,000 adults. Two million more
will be enrolled in a healthy living programme a year, preventing 23,000 premature deaths and 50,000 hospital
admissions over the next decade.
Simon Gillespie, chief executive of
the British Heart Foundation said:
?This plan is a welcome and significant step in the fight against heart
and circulatory diseases, which promises to save thousands of lives in the
coming years.?
In an effort to stop people developing serious conditions, children and
young people?s health will also be pri-
By Hanna Geissler
people who suffer anxiety,
depression or other problems will
receive help over the next decade,
including 24-hour access to crisis
care via the NHS 111 line.
And a new target will be
introduced for people suffering a
mental health crisis to receive
help within four hours.
oritised and the diabetes prevention
programme expanded. Earlier detection and better treatment of respiratory conditions will prevent 80,000
hospital admissions and smart inhalers will be piloted so patients can easily monitor their condition on the go.
Around 30,000 people with dangerously high inherited cholesterol will
also be offered genetic testing.
Digital GP appointments will also
be available to all who want them,
and care will increasingly be delivered
in people?s homes or somewhere con-
venient, freeing up space in hospitals
for those who need it most.
NHS England chief executive Simon
Stevens said: ?The NHS Long Term
Plan keeps all that?s good about our
health service and it tackles head-on
the pressures our staff face, and it
sets a practical, costed, phased route
map for the NHS?s priorities for care
quality and outcomes improvement
for the decade ahead.?
Professor Carrie MacEwen, chair of
the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, welcomed the ?clear direction?
the plan sets for the NHS.
She said: ?Our challenge now is to
make sure it?s properly implemented
and in this regard we, that is everyone
who works in the NHS and patients
who use the service, must all play our
part if we are to make it a success.?
Alzheimer?s Society chief executive
Jeremy Hughes said: ?The NHS Long
Term Plan promises new hope that
people with dementia ? the UK?s biggest killer ? will at last gain parity
with people with other diseases from
our health and care services.?
OPINION: PAGE 12
CABINET minister Liz
Truss yesterday called for
multi-billion-pound ?white
elephant? public-sector
projects to be scrapped to
free up cash for tax cuts.
Casting doubts on the
proposed �billion
high-speed rail link
between London and the
North, Ms Truss urged Tory
colleagues to use Brexit as
an opportunity to reassess
government priorities.
The Chief Secretary to
the Treasury, who is
leading a major Whitehall
spending review, said
curbing big public-sector
projects could help to
?unleash the economy? by
easing the financial burden
on businesses. Her
remarks follow complaints
from Tory MPs about the
huge costs of HS2.
Ms Truss said: ?We must
be prepared to junk the
white elephants. Growth
and bang-for-buck must
take precedence.?
She also said politicians
?must heed the demand? of
Leave voters to ?take back
control?, and said once we
exit the EU ?people won?t
want powers handed back
from bureaucrats in
Brussels to be given to
bureaucrats in Britain?.
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
7
Mugshot that shames Wayne again
Pictures: sPLASH, PA, GETTY
By Liz Perkins
FORMER England football captain
Wayne Rooney faced humiliation
last night after he was arrested in
the United States for being drunk
and 璼wearing in public.
Rooney, 33, who now plays in the
US for DC United, was detained
near Washington?s main international airport for ?public intoxication? on December 16, it was
revealed.
The former Manchester United
star was released before later being
ordered to pay a $25 (�) fine and
$91 (�) in costs.
Last night, embarrassing pictures
were released of Rooney in a police
mugshot, wearing what is believed
to be a police issue T-shirt.
However, his spokesman yesterday claimed the arrest came after
Rooney was left ?disorientated? by
prescribed sleeping tablets he had
Rooney posted this picture of himself on a private jet to Riyadh.
Left, his police mugshot and, below, with wife Coleen in Washington
Rooney in action for DC United
taken on a flight from Saudi Arabia
while drinking.
The spokesman said: ?During the
flight Wayne took a prescribed
amount of sleeping tablets mixed
with some alcohol consumption and
consequently was disorientated on
arrival. He was approached by police
who arrested him on a minor misdemeanour charge.
?He received a statutory automatic fine and was released shortly
afterwards at the airport. The
matter is now at an end.
?Wayne would like to put on record
his appreciation for the manner he
was treated by all involved.?
Rooney, who plays in America?s
Major League Soccer, had been
returning on a private jet from a trip
to Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh,
where he had been a guest at a grand
prix. The star had posted a picture
of himself on a private jet on social
media on December 15, writing
that he was having ?an unbelievable
day at Riyadh Formula E Saudi Arabia Grand?.
He was held at Washington Dulles
Airport during the incident, which is
deemed a Class 4 misdemeanor
under US law. A spokesman for
Loudoun County Sheriff?s Office
confirmed Rooney was taken into
custody ?on a charge of public intoxication stemming from an arrest by
the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police?.
The spokesman added: ?He was
later released on a personal
璻ecognisance bond.?
A spokesman for DC United said:
?We are aware of the news reports
indicating that Wayne Rooney was
arrested in December.
?We understand the media?s interest in this matter but we believe this
is a private matter for Wayne that
DC United will handle internally. We
have no further comment.?
Rooney is currently 15 months
into a drink-driving ban and had
carried out 100 hours of community
service as part of his punishment.
He was given a driving ban of two
years after being caught nearly
three times over the drink-drive
limit by Cheshire Police in September 2017 at 2.10am.
Rooney joined MLS club DC
United after signing a three-and-ahalf year deal with the Washington
team in June 2018.
He is being paid a reported
�million for his US deal, making
him one of the highest-paid players
in the league?s history.
Stalkers? I?ve had a few, it goes with territory
of being an actress, says outspoken Felicity
FELICITY Kendal has said that
having a stalker ?goes with the territory? of being an actress.
The 72-year-old star of stage and
screen, who became a household
name as Barbara Good alongside
Richard Briers in the 1970s hit BBC
comedy The Good Life, said she had
had a ?few stalkers, but I think everybody did in those days?.
She recalled: ?It was just a couple
of people who came to every show
and followed me home.
?They were always outside my
***
By Stian Alexander
house. It wasn?t serious, though. One
of them was quite a sweet guy. Perhaps he was just lonely.
?Some people might be traumatised by that, but I think ?well, don?t
be an actress then?.
?It goes with the territory.
?Obviously there are limits beyond
which it?s frightening and terrible.
?You don?t want to be shot and you
don?t want to be dragged into the
bushes. But I think you instinctively
know as a human being what the
threshold is.?
She also confessed that she had a
temper and used to hurl crockery at
her husband in fits of rage.
The seemingly mild-mannered star
threw ?jugs and mugs? at husband
Michael Rudman after they married
in 1983. They divorced in 1990, but
are now back together, although not
remarried.
The actress said: ?We?re back
together now, but when we were married for the first time, I struggled with
my temper. What I loved most was to
throw things round the house ? jugs,
mugs, anything.
?I once threw a cup and saucer
through the window of our groundfloor flat. The next morning there
was a ring on the doorbell and the
porter, looking at the hole in our window, came back with all the bits and
said ?I think these must be yours?.?
She added: ?I go to the gym four
times a week. I do yoga and weights
to stay strong and that helps me
avoid getting angry and depressed.?
Followed home... Felicity Kendal
8
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
By Vicky Shaw
THE average home-seller
made a profit of �,000 last
year, analysis has revealed.
The proportion of sellers in
England and Wales making a
profit was 91 per cent ? up
from 90 per cent in 2017.
However, the average gain
of �,470 was slightly less
than the �,580 profit made
in 2017, Hamptons International estate agents found.
In every region, except for
London and the South-east,
the sellers ? who had owned
their homes for an average
nine years ? were more likely
to sell for a profit last year.
Aneisha Beveridge, head of
research at Hamptons International, said: ?House prices
have grown considerably
over the nine-year
period that the
average seller has
owned
their
home.
?As a result,
the proportion
of sellers making a profit on
their
property
continues to rise.
?Many sellers will
have added value by
renovating,
extending
or
developing, but the bulk of
gains have come from houseprice growth.?
But she added: ?With more
sellers in the North but fewer
sellers in London making a profit in 2018,
the average gain
fell since 2017.?
This
was
because sellers
in the North do
not
tend
to
make gains as
large as those in
the South, she
said.
However, despite
a recent slowdown in
house price growth, she added
?most owners are still sitting
on plenty of growth from
previous years?.
Researchers also found sellers in the East of England
were more likely than those in
London to make a profit last
year ? 98 per cent compared
to 97 per cent.
The
company
analysed
Land Registry data, which
included house sale prices.
Staff also looked at the
areas where sellers were more
likely to make large gains
last year.
In London, sellers in Kensington and Chelsea made
an average profit of �2,340,
with 93 per cent making
a gain. Across London, the
Home sellers making
�,000 profit despite
slowdown in market
Prices have soared over the
nine years most sellers
have owned their homes
91%
of house sellers in
UK made a pro?t
last year
�0k
pro?t sellers make in
Kensington and
Chelsea
�k
the average gain in
the North-east of
England
average
profit
was
�7,190,
which is about
two and a half
times the average
across
England
and Wales.
In Wales, sellers in the
Vale of Glamorgan made the
biggest gains, at �,520
on average.
In Northern England, Trafford, Harrogate and North
Tyneside were areas where
sellers were most likely to
have made a profit ? with
�,080 being the average.
Other seller hotspots last
year included South Bucking-
hamshire,
with
�0,990 average
profit.
In Bath and
North East Somerset it was �8,360.
The average profit
made by house sellers in other
regions last year were also
revealed.
In the East Midlands the
gain was �,520; East of England, �1,920; North-east,
�,190; North-west, �,690;
South-east, �3,380; Southwest, �,170; Wales, �,600;
West Midlands, �,450 and in
Yorkshire and the Humber it
was �,010.
NEW SALES SETBACK FOR HIGH STREET
TESCO, Sainsbury?s and
Marks & Spencer are set to
post disappointing
Christmas sales figures
this week in another blow
to Britain?s beleaguered
High Street, retail analysts
have warned.
The supermarkets are
likely to have lost the
festive shopping battle to
discount retailers such as
Aldi and Lidl and online
undercutters. M&S could
announce its worst food
figures for a decade as it
felt pressure not just from
rival supermarkets but also
from discount stores
introducing new premium
ranges set to appeal to
affluent customers.
The figures, out on
Thursday, follow a torrid
year for retailers, which
started with the collapse of
Toys R Us and culminated
in the demise of HMV.
?Crushed?: Noel Edmonds
Noel denies
quitting UK
after his TV
jungle blow
NOEL Edmonds denied
rumours yesterday that
he is moving to New
Zealand because he was
the first to be kicked off
I?m A Celebrity.
He was said to be
?crushed? after viewers
voted him off last
month?s ITV show for
being too bossy.
He was reportedly
planning to sell his
�65million sevenbedroom mansion in
Gloucestershire,
feeling ?unappreciated?
and ?terrified? that
television and other
work would dry up.
However, Noel, 70,
posted a video clip
blasting the ?disgusting
lies?. Shaking with anger,
the former Deal Or No
Deal host responded to
the ?malicious? story.
He said: ?I had a
fabulous time.
?The public reaction
to me coming out was
truly humbling.?
He added that he has
been inundated with
work offers.
He impressed viewers
with his physique and is
in talks for a video deal
for him and wife Liz
Davies, 49, to reveal
their fitness regime.
He added: ?The house
that I have in the UK
was put on the market a
couple of years ago and
is now sold.?
A spokesman said:
?He has always had a
plan to live part of the
year in New Zealand.?
Man charged with
stab killing of dad
in front of his son
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
9
Picture: SOLO
Richard Mason with ex-wife Kate and the children she had with another man
An honourable man...victim Lee Pomeroy, 51
Fatal attack...police at the scene at Horsley station on Friday
By Liz Perkins
A MAN was last night charged
with the murder of a father who
was stabbed to death in front of
his son on a train in Surrey.
Darren Pencille, 35, of Farnham,
Surrey, was charged with murder
following the death of father-ofone Lee Pomeroy, 51, of Guildford,
at 1pm on Friday.
He was also charged with being
in possession of an offensive
weapon in connection to a fatal
incident on board a train from
Guildford to London on January 4.
Mr Pomeroy, who would have
been 52 the day after he died, was
on his way to London with his
14-year-old son for a day out.
In a statement his family called
the attack in which Mr Pomery
was allegedly stabbed numerous
times ?horrific and pointless?.
?He was a devoted family man
and did everything for his family,?
they said.
?He was an honourable man and
would always help somebody who
was in trouble.
?Lee would have had his birth-
Police in Farnham yesterday
day today, but did not get to see
his presents.?
Mr Pomeroy was pronounced
dead in the carriage at Horsley
station in the wake of the attack
on a train travelling between
Guildford and London Waterloo.
It later emerged his 14-year-old
son was cradling him as he lay
dying. He lived in Guildford with
his 50-year-old Russian wife Svetlana Pomeroy and their son.
The couple both worked for
Datronix Systems Limited, an IT
consultancy. Mr Pomeroy is listed
as a programmer and director of
the company.
His wife has been too upset to
speak in the wake of her husband?s
death.
But in an online message, she
had previously said that she was
impressed with the British public
and had moved to the UK because
it was safer.
She said: ?I love how people here
wish to be hospitable, how they
smile, how they take care of
nature.
?People still tend to build families, plus there are laws to support
women.?
Pencille has been remanded in
custody and will appear at Staines
Magistrates? Court today.
Chelsea Mitchell, 27, also of
Farnham, has also been charged
with assisting an offender.
She has been remanded in custody and will also appear at Staines
Magistrates? Court today.
Mum repays �0k to ex
as he didn?t father boys
A MILLIONAIRE who found the three
boys he had raised as a devoted father
were not his own is writing a book in a
bid to identify the real father.
After receiving the bombshell news
two years ago, he launched a legal bid
to get back some of the �illion
divorce settlement his ex-wife received
and sue her for paternity fraud.
She has since been ordered to pay
him �0,000 following a legal case
that allowed her to keep the identity
of the real father a secret.
Devastated Richard Mason, 55, was
told by doctors he could not be his
sons? biological parent during treatment for cystic fibrosis. The inherited
disease leaves men unable to have
children.
DNA tests confirmed he was not
the biological father of either his eldest son, now 23, or his twins, aged 19.
He believes their real father is a
man who had a secret four-year affair
with his ex-wife Kate, 54.
She confessed to cheating in 2016,
nine years after they had split, when
he confronted her about the children?s
paternity. It is not known if her exlover knows he is the boys? father and
By News Reporter
she has refused to disclose his name.
Mr Mason, from Rhos-on-Sea, North
Wales, plans to write a book about his
shocking ordeal to try to find the
identity of his ex-wife?s lover.
He said he was doing it ?not least
for the boys? sake, because they will
want to know who their real father is,
even if, hopefully, they will always
think of me as their dad?.
Richard, a co-founder of comparison site MoneySupermarket.com,
who has remarried, to Emma, 46, was
heartbroken. ?In an instant I discovered I didn?t really have any children,?
he said. He said his ex-wife ?tricked?
him into believing the boys were his.
Despite winning his legal claim
against his ex, who lives with a new
partner in Uttoxeter, Staffs, it has led
to two of his sons breaking off contact
with him.
His solicitor, Roger Terrell, said:
?It?s a legal first. There?s never been a
divorce financial settlement set aside
in such emotive circumstances.?
OPINION: PAGE 12
Cowell scuppers Ant and Dec screen reunion
Double booking... Cowell
***
ANT McPartlin?s live TV comeback with
Declan Donnelly this month is in jeopardy
? because of Simon Cowell.
The Geordie pair had planned to make
a return side-by-side on the red carpet at
the live National Television Awards.
But they are booked to film auditions
for the new series of Britain?s Got Talent
on the same night.
A source said: ?The clash is causing a
nightmare.?
The presenters have not been together
on screen for 10 months, since Saturday
Night Takeaway in March 2018.
Troubled Ant ? who has previously had
treatment for drink and painkiller
By Peter Dyke
addiction ? missed the final two episodes
of Takeaway last spring after he was
arrested for drink-driving.
He took the rest of the year off to focus
on his health and did not appear on the
BGT live shows, being replaced by pal
Holly Willoughby on I?m A Celebrity.
Now he is back in shape the friends had
hoped to make their comeback looking in
fine form and dressed up in dinner jackets
and bow ties at the NTAs at London?s O2.
It is on January 22, live on ITV.
Ant and Dec have been nominated for
the best TV presenter gong for the 18th
year in a row and their shows Takeaway
and I?m A Celebrity are up for The Bruce
Forsyth Entertainment Award. BGT is up
for best talent show. But it looks like their
big return is in chaos.
On the same day BGT boss Cowell has
booked two sessions of filming in London
with the boys as hosts. The later slot is
from 6.30pm and tickets are now sold out.
If Ant and Dec win an NTA award they
face having to beam into the event via
satellite. BGT failed to comment.
Last night a spokesman for Ant and Dec
said: ?We will let people know what Ant
and Dec?s plans are for the NTA?s are once
it?s decided.?
Comeback... Ant McPartlin
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Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
By Sarah O?Grady
Social Affairs Correspondent
WOMEN getting divorced are
risking poverty in retirement as
they fail to make sure that they get
a fair share of the pension pot, a
study has warned.
They also end up with less than
half the property wealth of married
couples and less than one third of
the average pension wealth.
A divorced woman, aged 50-plus,
typically has a pot worth �1,000,
compared to �4,000 set aside by
the average wedded couple.
The average older married
couple has double the property
equity at �9,000, compared with
�9,000 for divorced women.
Despite changes to legislation in
the early 2000s designed to make it
easier for couples to share pension
rights, the study goes on to warn
that women are still the ?poor relation? when it comes to pensions.
Those going through a divorce
must ensure that pensions wealth
gets the same attention as the division of the family home. Under-
Why women lose out over
pension if marriage ends
standing the true value of a pension
can be a complex business, the
report says, but if women are put
off because it is seen as ?too difficult?, they risk missing out on a fair
share of a highly valuable asset and
could be left poorer in old age.
Former pensions minister Sir
Steve Webb, director of policy at
Royal London which commissioned
the study, said: ?When couples split
up there is an understandable focus
on family issues and on highly visible assets such as the family home.
?But very often one partner will
have pension rights which are less
visible but can be just as valuable.
?Divorced women are ending up
as the poor relations when it comes
to pensions wealth in later life.?
Charity Age UK wants urgent
reforms to the divorce process.
Director Caroline Abrahams said:
?Many women are potentially
missing out on significant sums of
money when they divorce.?
She added that ?sometimes,
without even realising, they have
lost future income which probably
should have been theirs?.
Couples commonly feel the strain after Christmas, resulting in more break-ups
The holidays are
over... so prepare
for ?divorce day?
TODAY has been dubbed ?divorce
By Sarah O?Grady
day? by lawyers, who expect to see a
spike in couples splitting up after the
figures. In 1869, Conservative MP
festive period.
Sir Charles Mordaunt filed for
The first working Monday back
divorce after his wife, Lady Harriet
after the Christmas break is usually
Mordaunt, confessed she had been
when solicitors expect to field more
unfaithful to him.
enquiries from couples unhappy in
Among her reported lovers was
their marriage.
Queen Victoria?s eldest son, Edward
Experts say the stress of trying to
VII. The news was a sensation at
create the perfect
the time.
Christmas, along with
During the trial, the
money troubles after the
jury decided that Lady
festive break, are the
Harriet suffered from
main reasons why
postnatal depression,
married couples decide
and she spent the rest of
to break up at this time
her days in an asylum
of year.
until her death in 1906.
And as 2019 is expected
Winston Churchill?s
to see the introduction of
mother, Jennie
?no-fault divorces?, this
Cornwallis-West, was
could be the last year
married three times.
husbands and wives have
The records provided
to publicly cite a reason
by Ancestry show her
for their separation.
divorce
proceedings from
Trial...Lady Mordaunt
To mark the expected
her second husband,
changes, family history website
George Frederick Myddleton
Ancestry has released details of
Cornwallis-West, a captain in the
some of the most scandal-ridden
Scots Guards.
divorces of all time.
The case was filed in 1913 after
Taken from the 75,000 Civil Divorce
Churchill?s mother accused her
Records 1858-1916 in England and
husband of adultery coupled with
Wales, they reveal how divorce
desertion ? claims that George
proceedings have evolved over time.
accepted in court.
In 1858, for example, only men
According to newspaper reports
were allowed to file for divorce on the
at the time, Jennie Cornwallis-West
grounds of adultery.
turned back to her former name,
The cases include many curious
Lady Randolph Churchill, after
stories involving famous historical
their divorce.
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
Ice maiden Holly looks so cool in dress of her dreams
Corrie star Jane Danson makes her debut on show
DANCING On Ice host Holly
Willoughby wowed in her return to the
hit show last night.
The 37-year-old presenter stepped
out in a classic black flowing dress,
with her blonde hair swept up off her
face for the ITV programme.
Holly shared a picture of her outfit
before she hit the small screen and in a
caption on her Instagram snap, she
said: ?The greatest show on ice is
back?thank you my gorgeous girls for
getting me ready tonight? feels good
to get my frock on!?
She said she was wearing ?the dress
of dreams?.
Corrie star Jane Danson, 40, was
also seen making her debut on ice.
And The Only Way Is Essex star
Gemma Collins, 37, hopes Dancing On
Ice will make her Queen of Ice to rival
Madonna as the Queen of Pop. A
Pictures: MATT FROST/ITV, REX
By Liz Perkins
source said: ?She loves Madge and
would love a long career like hers. She
might not be Queen of Pop but she?d
love to be Queen of the Ice.?
But last night Gemma said she
needed ?a miracle? after falling just a
couple of hours before the start of
Dancing On Ice.
The star posted a video on her
Instagram story which was taken in a
treatment room. She said: ?Guys, I?ve
had a massive fall while in rehearsals,
we escaped the ambulance this time.?
Four other stars, James Jordan,
Saara Aalto, Mark Little and Didi
Conn, performed before judges.
Fellow contestants Brian McFadden,
Melody Thornton, Richard Blackwood,
Ryan Sidebottom and Wes Nelson will
dance next week.
Horrific if film about
the killing of our boy
James wins an Oscar
THE father of murdered toddler James Bulger yesterday
slammed the makers of an
award-winning film about the
killing of his son.
Detainment, a 30-minute
short drama, has been tipped
as a potential Oscar winner.
It is based on police interviews with Jon Venables
and Robert Thompson, the
10-year-olds who kidnapped
and murdered two-year-old
James in 1993.
Although a number of documentaries have been made
about James?s death, the new
film is believed to the first
drama centred on the brutal
killing. James?s father said it
would be ?horrific? if the film
won an Oscar.
Vincent Lambe, the director,
did not contact James?s parents, Denise Fergus and Ralph
Bulger, before making the
movie. When asked why last
week, he said: ?I think they
wouldn?t want a film like this to
be made.?
Ralph, 52, has labelled the
film ?offensive? and claims it is
sympathetic towards the killers. He said: ?Not once has the
maker of this film contacted me
or any of James?s family about
this film.
?It has been 26 years since
my son was taken and murdered and so I have seen many,
many documentaries and news
Thompson, left, and Venables in
1993. Far right, director Lambe
Pictures: BILLY GRIFFITHS, PA, REX
By Rosie Dunn
Ralph Bulger, pictured yesterday at the grave of his son James, inset, says the new film is ?offensive?
stories about him. But I have
never been so cut and offended
by something that shows so little compassion to James and
his family.
?To make a film so sympathetic to James?s killers is devastating. He may consider it to
be in the public domain but he
is making films and a
career from the murder of my son. If the
film-maker had done his
research and homework he
would see he brings nothing
new to the table other than a
macabre fascination and obsession about James?s murder.
?It will be horrific if this film
wins an Oscar or any awards,
given the disregard shown to
James?s family.?
James was murdered
after being lured away
from a shopping centre in Bootle, Merseyside, by Thompson and Venables.
The pair were convicted, then granted
lifelong
anonymity
on
release
from
prison aged 18. Venables, now 36, has
since been jailed twice
for child porn offences.
Albert Kirby, the former
detective superintendent
who led the investigation, has also
criticised
the film.
He said:
?I think it lacks any form of
taste or decency and it has
been made without any consideration of the effect on Denise
and the family.?
Speaking on Good Morning
Britain last week, Irish filmmaker Lambe, 38, said: ?A lot of
people might feel it?s wrong to
humanise those boys, but I
think if people can?t accept the
fact that they were human
beings they will never be able
to begin to understand what
could have driven them to commit such a crime.?
The 30-minute movie qualified for the Academy Awards
long list after winning the Best
International Film prize at the
Odense International Film Festival in Denmark in August.
Last
November
James?s
mother Denise blasted Channel
5 TV bosses for failing to consult her over a documentary
about her son?s death.
She said: ?I feel like they consider him their property. He is
not a property. He was a little
boy and he is mine.?
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Holly dazzles last night and, inset, selfie
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A shot in the arm for the
NHS that?s badly needed
P
olitically motivated it may be,
but news of life-saving investment
in the NHS is hugely welcome.
Plans to tackle killer conditions
will save almost half a million more lives
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over the next decade,
a world-class,
cutting-edge health service.
More than three million patients will
benefit from new and improved stroke,
respiratory and cardiac services, the
Government says.
And then there?s the extra mental
health help for 345,000 more children
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and young people
through communitybased services, including in schools.
A modern, joined-up service fit for the
21st Century is what we are promised.
Cynics will say the announcement has
come about now because it is the Prime
Minister?s Brexit plan which is on life
support and in need of emergency help.
Well, perhaps the warring Westminster
factions do need a timely reminder that
spending billions on the NHS rather
than giving them to Europe was a
reason people voted to leave the EU.
The politicians can argue over
the figures, and the reasons, but if
hundreds of thousands of NHS
patients enjoy better healthcare
? and a longer life as a result ? then
that is to be applauded.
The cruellest betrayal
I
t?s hard to imagine a greater sense
of betrayal. Over 21 years Richard
Mason had enjoyed the pride of
watching his three sons grow up.
Then, in the same moment that he
was diagnosed with a life-limiting
disease, he learned it was impossible for
him to have fathered the boys.
The lies and deceit of his ex-wife Kate
were compounded because, since their
divorce, she had been given millions by
him for the maintenance of the boys.
Now, in a landmark court case, she
has agreed to hand back a �0,000
portion of her lump-sum divorce
settlement. It could set a dangerous
precedent, since recent DNA research
showed that up to one in 50 British
fathers is unknowingly raising another
man?s child because of paternity fraud.
Mr Mason poignantly says: ?I?m not
their father, but I?m still their dad.?
The biggest tragedy is that, because
of his efforts to remedy the betrayal,
two of his sons no longer speak to him.
Sky-high cleaning bill
C
leaners at the RAF museum at
Hendon have been earning their
wings with an impressive aerial
dusting display.
Normally one imagines the only air
force they have to worry about is the
setting on their vacuum cleaners. But
not this time.
This country, as we know, had good
reason to be thankful to foreign fighters
during the Battle of Britain, but this is a
whole different example of Polish pilots.
Be bold ? Brexit
must unleash our
economy to boom
M
aking
Britain
a
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bolder, richer,
go- ??
getting nation is what
Brexit
should
be
about, unleashing us
from a stultifying
bureaucracy that hampers
innovation and frustrates a
buccaneering attitude to grabbing a bigger slice of global
trade.
It is good to see Chief Secretary of the Treasury Liz Truss
setting out such a vision.
Fully embracing Brexit, she
said yesterday: ?This year?s
Spending Review will set government budgets from 2020 ?
and it?s vital we use it as a catalyst to unleash the economy.?
Previously, she has banged
the drum for a gung-ho Brexit,
saying: ?If we get this right, we
can set Britain on course for a
turbocharged future.?
If she carries on like this, Ms
Liz Truss says spending should turbocharge Britain ? and
Truss could well be a contender
for the Tory leadership with
her
optimistic
vision
of
our years ahead outside the
European Union.
Most importantly, she says
we must spend our money carefully to ensure we get growth
and value. That means ?examining all major investment
projects across government
and judging their contribution
to future prosperity ? we must
ate the national wealth to pay
seems to be some reluctance to
be prepared to junk the white for them.
grab the opportunity afforded
elephants, the programmes
Ms Truss is right to say that by Brexit to make the UK a
that haven?t worked?.
the Tories must not enter into
hugely attractive country for
Top of this list must be HS2, a ?spending bidding war with doing business by slashing our
the rail project that is spiralling Labour?. A Jeremy Corbyn corporate tax rates. Somehow
upwards from its �billion
Marxist government would it?s considered ungentlemanly
budget to possibly �billion.
waste our taxpayer billions
to be so bluntly competitive
Could not a smaller sum of
on renationalising many of our with the EU. But why not?
money be spent on making
utilities to no great improveBrussels has certainly done
our existing rail network more
ment and would give away us no favours recently and why
efficient?
billions on keeping people on
not get them to sharpen up
Coming into London from the dole.
their act by letting the free
the South-west, I?ve had to
The
Treasury
minister
market shape our destiny by
endure years of disruption due argues: ?We will also look at
bringing in investment from all
to so-called modernisation and how budgets contribute to
around the world. We should be
yet the journey into Padding- human capital, including how so lucky to be the Singapore of
ton is no faster. In fact, there much they genuinely boost the North Sea. Having also
have been more delays.
aspiration and opportunity.?
been there recently, it?s a wonOur education system needs derfully civilised, low-crime,
to be recalibrated.
busy 21st-century city state
We need more engineers and
that knows that wealth generscientists to create the innovaates benefits for everyone. Its
cepticism is, quite tions of the future.
education system is the envy
rightly, high ? with
And not everyone needs to of many.
Crossrail failing to open go to university, emerging with
Foreign Secretary Jeremy
on time last year and costing a �,000 debt, if they can gain
Hunt was there last week and
way more than expected.
more practical, useful experisaid that Singapore?s low-�
Having visited China ? where
ence by leaving school to go
regulation policies should be a
modern bullet trains are a
straight into work.
model for the UK. Its low-tax,
璵arvel to behold ? there is
Above all we need to create
high-skill regime has trans璫ertainly a case to be made for the incentive for entrepreneurs formed it into the eighth richan improved infrastructure
to invest in this country. There est country in the world and it?s
tying a country together and
spreading
wealth
around,
but these massive public
projects need to be handled
with greater management skill
and a
� ccountability.
Above all we need to gener-
Tim Newark
Political commentator
S
?Brussels has done us
no favours recently?
white elephants should go
Picture: dinendra haria/getty
no surprise that Sir James
Dyson has set up his latest
璮actory there.
But Hunt was harangued
for his enthusiasm because
it might upset Brussels and
make them less inclined to
give us a good deal. Oh dear,
poor things.
C
learly they?re more
interested in protectionism and defending
special interest groups against
global competition. That?s why
Theresa May must not sign up
to a deal that keeps us shackled to the EU?s idea of a level
playing field.
We must not be timid, either,
to
exploit
the
resources
beneath our feet. It was disappointing to hear last week that
local councils are being bullied
by noisy campaigners to halt
shale gas extraction.
Just so long as fracking sticks
to environmental guidelines,
there is no reason why our
bounty in this energy could not
benefit households and businesses tremendously, providing
low-cost power for decades.
If we are going to make any
success of Brexit, we must
become braver and evoke that
world-conquering spirit that
enriched us in the first place.
Liz Truss?s no-nonsense attitude
towards
government
expenditure being used to
make our nation more matchfit for future challenges is a welcome addition to that approach.
If only more of our MPs had the
same faith in our nation.
21
A
S WE get older, more and
more commitments take
up our time, whether it?s
work or ageing parents,
kids or grandkids ? or
often all at the same time.
Making sure you look after
yourself is vital and making space
in your mind for a different
outlook, a new challenge for your
brain or a new element to your
social life will not only benefit you,
but those around you too.
Of course, as a busy mum who
spent years looking after my
parents and working full-time in a
high-pressure TV job, I know it?s
not always easy but it?s worth it.
Try just a few of these today and
it could make all the difference.
2. DON?T TALK YOURSELF
OLD
Stop using phrases such as ?I
feel ancient?, or ?When you get to
my age?. Using this kind of
negative language has been shown
by researchers to limit people?s
motivation and actually prevent
them from trying new things.
3. STAY ACTIVE
People who stay active and
engaged with life right into their
90s and beyond tend to share one
trait ? an undiminished curiosity
about the world and new things in
it. Start by exploring a subject
you?ve never learnt about before,
be it a new book genre, a foreign
cuisine or listening to music you
know nothing about.
4. AVOID NEGATIVITY
Being around people who
constantly criticise others or moan
about their lot can reduce your
enjoyment of life.
Surround yourself with upbeat
people and their youthful energy
and vitality will rub off on you.
?Notice how small children get
so much joy out of very simple
things and try to do the same for
an instant brain anti-ager,?
suggests psychologist Dr Meg
Arroll. Simply taking the time to
savour a favourite flavour or
listening to that special song can
result in a mood boost.
7. MENTAL WORKOUTS
The old adage ?use it or lose it?
applies just as much to your brain
as to your body. Think of it like a
muscle that needs exercise.
8. PUZZLE IT OUT
Any challenging mental activity
will ensure the neurons (nerve
cells) in your brain remain strong
and continue to renew themselves.
Get into the habit of doing the
number puzzle or crossword in
your Daily Express to help keep
your brain agile.
9. TRY SOMETHING
DIFFERENT
Make the same old routine your
enemy, as it stops your body and
brain being challenged. A new
routine is as simple as a different
route to work or simply swapping
your knife and fork around. These
small changes force your brain
cells to make new neurons to
ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY CAROLINE JONES.
5. OPTIMISM MATTERS
6. REDISCOVER YOUR
INNER CHILD
ways to feel 10
years younger
(and look it too!)
1. MINDSET MATTERS
People really are as old as they
feel ? with those who report feeling
younger than their actual age
tending to live more active lives
for longer. It?s all about committing to a more youthful mindset.
Train yourself to be more
optimistic. Optimists recover
faster from illness and may even
live longer. Older people were up
to 35 per cent less likely to die
during a five-year study by
University College London if they
reported feeling happy, excited
and content on a typical day.
Positive affirmations will slowly
change the way your thought
process works. In time this can
boost self-esteem and fend off
depression.
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
TV presenter
Fiona Phillips has
spent decades
on our screens
but feels (and
looks) a fraction
of her 58 years.
So how does she
do it?
In part one of
her brilliant
guide to defying
the years from
your 50s
onwards, she
reveals how to
keep your mind
young and have
a happier,
healthier life...
HUGS: An active love life, and
lots of cuddles, can boost
anti-ageing
16. MAKE LOVE
Sex boosts the levels of a
brain chemical called
prolactin, which appears to
help create new nerve cells in
the brain. Couples having sex
twice a week were found to
look up to seven years
younger in another study.
17. CUDDLE UP
Whether it be with your
partner, your child or even
your dog, cuddling makes
the body release the
hormone oxytocin, which is
responsible for stress relief,
and it may even help
reverse brain ageing.
18. FIGHT ANY
MEMORY LOSS
Don?t accept memory
loss as an inevitable
part of ageing. A report
by Age UK suggested
lifestyle factors could
be responsible for over
three-quarters of age-related
changes in the brain.
And watch out for hearing loss.
Deafness is believed to trigger
biological changes to the brain
which weaken its resistance
to damage.
Picture: MATTHEW POVER
adapt and communicate with each
other, preventing them from dying
off prematurely.
10. SURF THE NET
Don?t feel guilty about idle
web surfing ? using the
net is actually a good
workout for your brain.
Researchers in Los
Angeles at California
University compared
the brains of middleaged people who rarely
used the internet
against
experienced
internet
users, and
found those
in the latter
group had
significantly
more
active areas in the part of the
brain which controls the ability to
make decisions and remember
complex information.
11. DO IT THE HARD WAY
Technology can make us lazy.
Using your brain instead of your
smartphone for basic mental
skills will give it a quick
workout.
12. GET CRAFTY
Using your hands to
make things ? be it
cards, clothes or
even furniture ? has
the power to focus
the brain in a
similar way to
meditation. This
fights brain
ageing.
13. SOCIAL NETWORKS
Humans are social creatures,
even those who say they prefer
being alone. Reducing isolation as
we get older has been shown to
keep the brain younger and even
ward off dementia.
14. KEEP FRIENDS CLOSE
Developing good-quality
friendships is one of the key
secrets to living to 100, a study of
centenarians in Australia found.
Scientists believe this is because
friends provide emotional support,
helping people deal with stress
and boosting production of
feel-good chemicals in the body.
15. GET OUT AND ABOUT
Make the effort to see friends at
least once a week.
If you?re feeling lonely, look for
ways to meet new people, be it
joining a book club or local choir.
19. QUIT SMOKING
Stopping smoking reduces the
brain?s exposure to toxins and
improves circulation and heart
function, boosting brain health.
20. GO TO BED EARLIER
Any sort of sleep deprivation ?
even losing an hour a night ? can
hamper memory. This is because
when you sleep, a part of the brain
called the hippocampus files away
memories from the day. Missing
out on sleep disrupts this process.
21. DEPRESSION WARNING
Having depression can double
your risk of developing dementia.
If you?re suffering from a low mood
that?s affecting your life, don?t just
ignore it ? speak to your GP.
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Happy Mondays
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Ann Rice
Leading life and happiness coach
?
and psyches. There is no book of life
ONE of the first skills a
with ?get out for free? strategies and
parent helps to instil in their
often it?s hard to know what to do
child is the ability to
for the best for others, the situation
self-soothe. It can be controlled
and most importantly for ourselves.
crying, a dummy, a soft toy or a
There are some practical topical
special blanket to stop the tears
strategies to ease difficult emotions
and quell a quivering lip. All these
such
as: having a bubble bath or
things help a child know it will be
long, hot shower, enjoying cooking,
safe and all will be well, even when
music, exercise, spending time with
they are not in their parent?s arms.
a pet, going for a walk in nature,
It?s a first step in self care.
watching or playing sport, talking to
As we become mature adults
a good friend, watching a feelgood
however, sucking our thumbs or
film, meditation or praying.
rocking in a rhythmic stupor are not
More importantly it is noticing
sufficient nor socially acceptable
the conversation going on in your
ways of taking the edge off anxiety
head. Are you catastrophising
and tough times. Sadly, we
or giving yourself a hard
often turn to overeating,
time? Learn to talk
drowning our sorrows in
MONDAY
to yourself with
?happy hour? binges,
MOMENT
compassion through
mindless shopping,
My thought
your uneasy state.
gambling and I am
for the day
Remind yourself of
sure you can add
Have a big dream
simple truths to keep
your own secret
but relish the now.
things in perspective.
soother of shame.
The journey is
For example ?I am only
Deep inside we can
as important as
human, we all make
feel as lost as a small
the destination.
mistakes?, ?I know I did
child yet couldn?t let the
my best and meant well?,
world see our frailty and
?Be patient this will soon be
bewilderment. Life can be
history?, ?There is nothing
full on and brutal sometimes.
We?d like to tantrum and throw our more I can do?, ?What can I learn
from this?? You can do this silently
toys out of the pram and sometimes
or write it out somewhere to ?park?
do. Though it?s not a good look.
it and relieve the stress build up.
We wish we could stamp our feet
Developing compassion for
and pout ?it?s not fair? when we
yourself, weirdly means you find you
don?t get what we want and we feel
have more kindness and forgiveness
victimised and made small by what
of others. Be aware of when you
happens to us without our consent.
turn your anger inwards which is
We can feel powerless and often
corrosive. Be non-judgmental of
don?t know what to do and there?s
yourself and embrace your fallible
no one to show us the way or rescue
and vulnerable humanity.
us from the hardships of living. This
You will then find your selfis when it is essential to know how
soothing kit bag will provide first
to self soothe without it having a
aid to your feelings at any time.
toxic kickback to our health, wealth
JUNE?S GRACE WON OUR HEARTS
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FREE _谋?时拴v燕臍 mags
Y Hero of Happiness this week
is the late June Whitfield.
Since the comic actress
passed away last week there have
been a torrent of glowing tributes
paid to her from all who had the
privilege to work with her.
She won our hearts with her
talent, generosity and a calm
humility that once soothed a
tormented Tony Hancock when
he was in an existential meltdown
moments before going on air.
We will miss her but our lives
have been enriched by her everywoman charm and grace. We all
know someone a bit like June.
A NICE reminder seen at London?s Oval Tube station
?
recently. ?On this road called life you have to take the good
with the bad, smile when sad, love what you get and remember
what you had. Always forgive but never forget. People change,
things go wrong but just remember the ride goes on?.
Create a ray of sunshine in a box
W
INSIDE your
&
HATEVER your plans are for
2019 you could use the next
couple of dark months to
create a happiness box.
Reclaim from the recycling bin a
nice cardboard container and start
filling it with all the little things
that make you smile.
Seashells, pressed flowers, a
funny toy, pictures of your pets
or friends, a chocolate bar or
favourite recipe, a swatch of
fabric, inspirational quotes or
poems, a fragrant candle or
something scented that brings
back lovely memories.
You could make up a box for a
friend in need right now or create
one for your own rainy days.
Be creative with what you stash
in your canister.
When the blues and blahs
descend, open with kindness and
care and watch the sun come out.
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Top star Olivia accepts
another gong, then takes
swipe at May and Trump
By James Desborough
ACTRESS
Olivia
Colman
surprised an audience when
she used an awards speech to
take a swipe at Theresa May and
Donald Trump.
Colman, 44, was honoured for
her role as Queen Anne in film
The Favourite at the ceremony
in the US.
The Briton appeared to mock
the US president comparing him
to the part she portrayed.
She ranted: ?There is my character Queen Anne ? someone in
whom resides all the madness,
frustration, confusion and instability of a powerful person unfit
for their job.
?I don?t know if you know anyone like that.?
And appearing to refer to Mrs
May, Colman added: ?We have it
in England as well.?
But the actress then left the
stage in floods of tears after the
four-minute outburst, when she
also praised husband Ed Sinclair
for his support.
She attended the 30th annual
Palm Springs International Film
Festival and received the Desert
Palm Achievement Award.
Colman, who has also starred
as the Queen in The Crown, said
that her film role showed ?the
real power of movies?.
?Not showing people how different we are, but how we are all
the same,? she explained.
?How in the case of The
Favourite we all love and hate
and grieve and how sometimes it
is all you can do to stuff your face
with cake until you are sick.
?It is also great to be part of
Outburst... star Olivia Colman
Target... President Donald Trump
something that suggests that
women are not so different from
normal people.?
Moments later The Night
Manager actress could not control her emotions as she praised
her husband for being her rock.
spot in her mind. ?Wow, Palm
Springs, I grew up in a village in
Norfolk in England,? she said.
?Norfolk was basically made of
rain for half the year ? thank you
for inviting me here and proving
you are real.
?I always imagined Palm
Springs was like Narnia, but it
turns out [it is real].
?I see the amazing shopping
and mid-century thing. I am definitely going to have to come
back because it is really cool.?
She joked about gaining two
-and-a-half stone to play Anne.
She said: ?The caterers were
very helpful to me on this job.?
She later toned down her
political comments, adding: ?We
should all go and get drunk
now.?
Joked
?I always cry. I have to say my
husband?s name las, because
I never manage to get through to
the end,? she said.
?So to Ed who is not here,
but is my best friend, cleverest
person I know and my main
cheerleader for 25 years ? so this
is for Eddie thank you.?
Her speech had started on a
more comedic tone, admitting
that Palm Springs was a fantasy
Claire is set for Crowning glory
Crown star Claire Foy, left, and
sister Gemma hug and joke on
the red carpet at the Bafta Tea
Party in Los Angeles.
The 34-year-old actress
brought her older sibling along
for moral support, and a giggle,
as she kicked off what is sure to
be a busy award season on
Saturday. She is a front-runner
for this year?s Best Supporting
Actress gong for her role as
astronaut Neil Armstrong?s wife
Janet in First Man, about the 1969
Apollo moon landing.
It is directed by award-winning
Damien Chazelle and also stars
Ryan Gosling ? so Manchesterborn Claire looks set for Oscar
glory this year.
Pictures: kevin winter / getty
Witch-hunt of old soldiers is
?terrorism by Government?
exclusive
By John Ingham
BETRAYAL
OF OUR
Defence Editor
THE
witch-hunt
against
Northern Ireland veterans
is
?government-sponsored
terrorism?, the wife of a sick
soldier claimed yesterday.
She said a fear of a ?knock
on the door? from lawyers
raking over The Troubles is
making her husband?s posttraumatic stress worse.
The soldier, who like his wife
has asked not to be named,
served on five tours of Northern Ireland and was posted to
trouble-spots in Belfast, Londonderry and Crossmaglen.
The ex-infantryman, now
68, suffers anxiety, nightmares
and can be extremely shorttempered.
He says he was so distressed
at the threat of being hounded
by lawyers that he moved
across the country.
His wife, who is 69, said:
?The witch-hunt is making his
PTSD worse.
?Veterans like him are wor-
VETERANS
Soldiers tackle rioters in Belfast in 1976. Some now face trial
ried that there is going to be a
knock on the door. It is like
living it all again. It is terrorism, but now the Government
is causing the terrorism.?
Four veterans, three of them
elderly, are facing trial over
killings in The Troubles dating as far back as 1972, despite
having been cleared. Hundreds more face new probes.
In contrast, under Tony
Blair?s Good Friday Agreement more than 500 terrorists
were released. And ?on-therun letters? told 300 suspects
they would not be pursued.
The witch-hunt over Northern Ireland echoes the treatment of British troops who
served in Iraq.
About 3,500 allegations were
levelled, mainly by a now-discredited firm of lawyers. This
led to costs of �million without a single prosecution.
One of the Northern Ireland
veterans facing trial, Dennis
Hutchings, 77, from Cornwall,
blames the stress for a heart
attack just before Christmas.
And he is so keen to prove
his innocence that he is refusing treatment for kidney disease, for fear his case would be
dismissed on medical grounds.
The Northern Ireland Office
is due this month to reveal its
response to its public consultation on how to deal with the
so-called ?legacy killings?.
Mr Hutchings said: ?The
whole thing should have been
written off years ago. They did
it for the terrorists in 1998 yet
here we are in 2019 and Service people are still being
dragged through the mire
?What other country does
this to its forces? But our politicians are spineless.?
Colonel Paul Beaver, a military historian, said: ?It is
dreadful that we let terrorists
go free but then 45 years after
the event we knock on the
doors of soldiers who did what
they thought was their duty.?
The veteran who contacted
the Daily Express said: ?I had
to move because of being
chased by people from Northern Ireland.
?Tony Blair sold us down
the river with the Good Friday
Agreement. There are terrorists who shot people but there
is one rule for them and
another rule for us.?
A Government spokesman
said: ?We are considering how
best to improve the current
system and ensure that there
is no unfair and disproportionate focus on former members
of the Armed Forces.?
Bill to fix
bridges
hits �n
THE maintenance
backlog for councilowned road bridges grew
by a third in 12 months,
it was shown yesterday.
About �7billion is
needed for the repairs,
analysis of 2017/18 data
by the RAC Foundation
shows. This is up from
�illion a year earlier.
Some 3,177 bridges
have been categorised as
?substandard?. Many
have weight restrictions
while others are under
increased monitoring or
even managed decline.
Devon has the most
substandard bridges at
244, followed by Essex
(167), Somerset (160)
and Cornwall (140).
The figures are from
200 of 207 local highway
authorities, which
manage 71,652 bridges.
Some 605 bridges with
hidden cables, like that
which collapsed in Italy
in August, killing
43 people, have not been
tested for 18 years.
Martin Tett at the
Local Government
Association said there is
a ?chronic need for more
investment in existing
local roads?.
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Travel warning as
strong winds set to
batter icy Britain
FIERCE winds and sub-zero temperatures By Frances Millar
will hit Britain this week causing
travel chaos and coastal flooding, forecast- Temperatures in the UK will drop even
lower near the end of the month as a ?polar
ers warned yesterday.
The Met Office issued an extreme weather vortex? sweeps across Europe.
It can cause the milder jet stream to move
warning for parts of the UK and predicted
southward, bringing the cold polar air down
the mercury will fall to -3C by midweek.
Gale force winds of up to 75mph are due with it. The Met Office said there would be
to batter northern and eastern Scotland ?an enhanced risk of frost, fog and snow?.
Bookmakers have cut the odds of a ?Beast
today and tomorrow as low pressure sweeps
From The East 2? striking. John Hill at Coral
across the Highlands.
Commuters were warned to expect dis- said: ?It won?t be long before snow falls in a
ruption on roads and transport networks as number of regions of the UK and the betting
suggests that it will come next week.?
fierce winds could knock out power lines.
Heavy snow caused mayMet Office spokesman
hem in mainland Europe at
Steven Keats also warned
the weekend. Roads, train
that tomorrow the eastern
and airports were closed.
coast of England will be hit
In Greece a woman died
with fierce winds, which
and two men are missing in
could lead to flooding.
snow storms. The Greek
Floodgates and seaside
Island of Corfu was covered
promenades are likely to
in snow for the first time in
be shut as a safety precau13 years and Munich airtion. He said: ?Strong
port grounded 120 flights.
winds and high tides on
The avalanche danger in
Tuesday mean we could
the southern Alps is at level
see some coastal flooding
5, the second highest warnwith parts of Norfolk and
ing level. The Foreign Office
Suffolk most at risk.
urged those going to Alpine
?When you get strong
ski resorts to call their
north-westerly winds down
travel firms for advice.
the North Sea it can cause
Meanwhile,
swimmers
a tidal surge. Cromer will
braved the cold sea in
certainly be very cold and
windy and the sea rough.? A woman braves sea at Brighton Brighton on Saturday.
Fundraising
goal... Josh
Barnfather
in his
protective
face mask
yesterday
Josh has battled skin cancer
Man who?s
allergic to
sunshine
Wearing the mask as a child
A MAN has been
forced to spend most
of his life indoors after
being diagnosed with a
one-in-a-million allergy
? to the sun.
Josh Barnfather, 31,
has xeroderma
pigmentosum, which
means his body cannot
repair DNA damage
caused by UV light.
The engineering
consultant has to wear
a protective mask to
leave the house and
must cover up his
entire body outdoors.
Josh, from Hull, has
battled skin cancer
several times and was
diagnosed with an
aggressive cancer of
the blood vessel
linings last February.
He is now trying to
raise �0,000 for
treatment that is not
available on the NHS.
Josh, who has had
the rare condition
since a baby, said: ?I
have become
accustomed to it.
?I have had so many
lumps removed.?
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T
HEY built things to last
in the past ? last week
we published the story
of Val Marks and her
Hoover Junior vacuum
cleaner which she bought
in 1965 and is still using.
Today theatre usher Cara
Sandys, 58, from Southampton,
shows off the 1972 globe-shaped
black and white JVC Videosphere
TV she won in a slogan competition when she was 12 and which
she still loves watching.
They are not the only people
with prized vintage appliances
still in use. Our readers were
eager to show off household
goods which, with care, have
stood the test of time.
BUILT TO LAST:
Cara Sandys still
watches her
46-year-old
television
BRIAN MORLEY, 81,
FROM CHECKLEY,
STAFFORDSHIRE
HOOVER JUNIOR
VACUUM
CLEANER
When Brian
spotted our
story about
Val Marks?
old Hoover
J u n i o r
1334A, he
suspected
his
1334
model might
be even older
and contacted
the company?s
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HICKEY
BACK on the airwaves for the first time in
2019, BBC presenter Andrew Marr kicked
off the new year with an embarrassing gaffe
while interviewing Theresa May. During
yesterday?s grilling of the
PM, Marr, pictured, oddly
enquired: ?I don?t know if
you saw ?I, Daniel Craig?
last night?? Realising the
error, he hastily clarified:
?I beg your pardon,
?I, Daniel Blake.? Very
different film!? Indeed.
The said 2016 movie, by
director Ken Loach, tells
the story of a man denied benefits, despite
being declared medically unfit to work.
Marr?s slip up prompted mischievous types
to imagine a film featuring James Bond
struggling to navigate the benefits system.
DEPUTY Labour leader Tom Watson, who
has shed more than seven stone, admits
his dramatic change of appearance is not
without its problems. ?Nobody recognises
me, so I keep getting stopped at security
at the House of Commons,? he explains.
?They think I?ve borrowed somebody?s
security pass!?
JILL FLEETWOOD, 82,
FROM NOTTINGHAM
HAND BLENDER, SLOW
COOKER, JUICER AND
OTHER ITEMS
A visit to the Fleetwoods?
home is like stepping into a
museum for ancient appliances.
Jill and her husband Peter, 84,
have rarely needed to replace
their kitchen equipment from
the 1950s and 1960s because
their original gadgets are still
going strong.
?I have a hand blender called a
Bat Mix which cost �in the
Sixties, along with a Tower slow
cooker, Moulinex juicer and
Moulinex blender,? she says.
?It was the original Nutribullet
and even had an attachment to
grind coffee beans.
?All my pans were wedding
gifts 63 years ago and they still
clean up beautifully.?
Jill, right, believes
that items were
not only better quality
when she
got married but
also people looked
after their
possessions and
used them
carefully.
?We had to
save up for everything that we
wanted. It was a great
embarrassment to buy things on
the never-never.?
Careful former bank manager
Jill even has an old-fashioned
manual spin dryer that she keeps
in her conservatory.
?It cost � and it really did the
job,? she says. ?We only got a
washing machine in 2005, just
because
I
was
ill
with
cancer. I bought more modern
appliances but they are rubbish
and never last.?
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Pictures: SOLENT, ALBAN DONOHOE, DARREN CASEY
From indestructible drills to unbreakable
blenders, Express readers tell ALEX LLOYD
about their ageing household appliances
head office in Merthyr
Tydfil. ?They were very
excited to hear from
me and said it was
manufactured
between 1950 and
1955,? he says.
?I can?t be sure of
the exact date it was
bought as it belonged
to my in-laws originally.
We inherited it 52 years
ago, after they had both
passed away.?
Brian and his wife Anne, 74,
bottom left, keep their sturdy
Hoover upstairs and have a more
modern Panasonic vacuum for
cleaning downstairs.
?It gets used most weeks and
we?ve only had to replace the
brushes once, which was a long
time ago,? says the grandfather
of two. ?It?s a quality item.?
GEORGE THORPE, 86,
FROM COVENTRY
BUSH RADIO
Retired motor factory engineer
George used his marriage tax
allowance to treat his new wife to
a Bush radio in 1958.
?We didn?t have a telly in those
days so we would sit and listen to
Radio Luxembourg or Tony
Blackburn
on
Radio
Caroline,? he says.
?My wife was a real
music lover so I
let her have her say
on
what
we
listened to.?
The radio has
only ever had one
valve replaced and
is still in perfect
working condition. ?I
don?t use it as much as
I used to as it only has
MW or LW. I bought
a newer Bush
radio on offer in
Sainsbury?s last
year and that
has DAB and
an alarm,? says
George.
?I keep the
old one for sentimental reasons
really, as it holds
happy memories of
my wife. She passed
away five years ago due
to a brain tumour.?
MICHAEL VENN, 85,
FROM WORLINGHAM,
SUFFOLK
KENWOOD MIXER
When Michael and his wife Joy,
86, bought their mixer in 1958, it
came with a booklet containing a
Christmas cake recipe.
The retired insurance inspector has made it every year
since, recently enjoying
the 60th successful bake.
?It?s quite a boozy recipe and we give quite a
lot of it away,? he says.
?We bought the mixer
in our first year of marriage
because
we
belonged to the
tennis club in
Ilford,
Essex,
and the wives
would
make
cakes for the
Sunday afternoon tea.?
The couple,
above,
purchased
their
appliance from
the
Eastern
Electrical Board,
paying for it in
quarterly
instalments on their
electric bill.
?I
can?t
remember the
exact price but
it was �-40,?
Michael says. ?It
was a fantastic
buy. All the parts
are original and
we have both got
lots of use out of it.?
BARRIE MARKLEW, 78,
FROM BEVERLEY, EAST
YORKSHIRE
BLACK AND DECKER
ELECTRIC DRILL
DIY fan Barry is planning to
leave his trusty drill to his son-inlaw as he expects the sturdy tool
to keep going longer than him.
The appliance was passed to
him by his first wife in 1968 after
they married. It had originally
belonged to her late father,
who might have bought it as
far back as 1950.
When the couple split
after 15 years and both
remarried, they remained
friends
and
Barry,
left, kept the family
heirloom.
He
said:
?I?ve
never
had a single
problem with it.
It?s helped me
put up countless
pictures
and
shelves. You just
put the drill bit
in the chuck,
plug it in and go.
Things were built
to last back then.?
LAST May, excitable Tory MP Peter Bone
announced in Parliament he would be
inviting the PM to his Wellingborough
constituency after Britain left the
EU, enthusing: ?She will be carried
shoulder-high through the streets to the
echoing of cheering crowds. I will be able
to show her the site where a statue to the
?Brexit Queen? will be erected.? Awkwardly
reminded of his pledge yesterday, keen
Brexiteer Bone, these days an outspoken
critic of the PM, remarked: ?I?m afraid the
statue I was going to build to Mrs May is
probably not going to happen.?
HE may be regularly listed among
frontrunners to succeed Theresa May,
but some fear that Home Secretary Sajid
Javid?s lack of hair could prove to be an
obstacle regarding the top job. Discussing
Javid?s chances, longtime Sky News
political supremo Adam Boulton warns:
?Nobody is perfect. Old retainers from
William Hague?s time as leader fret about
secret research suggesting the British will
never elect a bald Prime Minister.?
MEANWHILE, as politicians return to the
House of Commons today, bad blood inside
the Conservative ranks will again come
under the spotlight. Combative Tory MP
Sir Nicholas Soames wastes no time
recommencing hostilities. Responding to a
radio appearance by party colleague and
newly knighted Brexiteer Sir John
Redwood, Remainer Soames unkindly
tweets: ?Deadwood talking balls.?
DISCUSSING Great British Bake Off
colleague Paul Hollywood, 52, fellow judge
Prue Leith, pictured,
insists in The Lady
magazine: ?He wouldn?t
flirt with me ? it would be
like flirting with your
grandmother.? The
78-year-old adds: ?Paul
says I remind him of his
ex-mother-in-law.?
POINTING out she keeps in tip-top shape
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On a wing and a dare... cleaners dust old jets
Pictures: PETER GODDARD / CATERS, PA
High time we
finished...
specialist
cleaners dangle
on ropes to dust
historic RAF
planes as part
of the museum?s
spring clean
By Pete Goddard
THESE daredevil cleaners are
suspended 200ft in the air to give
some historic planes their annual
spruce-up.
The fearless technicians hang
from pulleys and harnesses
at the RAF museum, Cosford in
Shropshire, to give the old
aircraft a dust every January.
Eight planes are suspended
from the building?s roof and the
team also inspects their cables.
The cleaners use backpack
vacuums, microfibre cloths
and mops.
The museum?s Michelle
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carry out important safety
checks. It's a specialist job that
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OPINION: PAGE 12
One of last Dunkirk
heroes dies aged 98
By News Reporter
ONE of the last remaining veterans of the Dunkirk evacuation
has died aged 98.
Arthur Taylor was one of the
330,000 stranded men rescued
from the beaches of the French
town after spending nearly two
days being shot at and shelled by
the Germans.
The RAF radio operator
witnessed comrades standing
next to him cut down by machinegun fire from Nazi planes in divebombing attacks.
Arthur epitomised the Dunkirk
spirit to rejoin the war effort and
played his part in the crucial Battle of Britain three months later.
Humour
In his latter years, he was heavily involved with the Association
of Dunkirk Little Ships organisation and led the veterans? parade
for the 75th anniversary of
Operation Dynamo in 2015.
He visited the war grave cemetery five years earlier in northern
France as part of the 70th year
commemorations.
Arthur, from Christchurch,
Dorset, described the evacuation
in harrowing detail to film
director
Christopher
Nolan,
which helped him with the 2017
movie Dunkirk.
He was a VIP guest for the film?s
premiere in London.
Ian Gilbert, vice admiral of the
Association of Dunkirk Little
Arthur Taylor at Dunkirk graves in 2010 and, inset, in his service heyday
Ships, said yesterday: ?Arthur
had a great spirit. He was a great
advocate for the importance of
Operation Dynamo and how it
had transformed the opportunity
for Britain to save itself after
the disastrous campaign of the
British Expeditionary Force.
?He was always in great humour
and loved life and enjoyed a
tipple with us.? Arthur was origi-
nally from Mortlake, south-west
London, and lied about his age to
join the Territorial Army in 1936,
when he worked for Harrods.
He leaves wife Vera, six
children, 13 grandchildren and
12 great grandchildren.
A special ensign of St George
that only the Dunkirk Little Ships
are allowed to fly will be draped
over his coffin.
COP TELLS OF MOMENT HE CHARGED KILLER
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Hatred blazed in Bellfield?s
eyes, I knew I?d beaten him
Pictures: PA,ITV
By Emily Retter
AS DCI Colin Sutton stood before
Levi Bellfield?s pale, fat face, he felt
pure hatred from the serial killer?s
eyes ? and relished every second.
He knew those were the last eyes
each of Bellfield?s murder victims,
Milly Dowler, 13, Marsha McDonnell, 19, and 22-year-old Amelie
Delagrange, had seen before their
short lives ended.
So Sutton stared back as he read
out the murder charges which
would, he believed, eventually land
Bellfield behind bars for life.
?He hated me in that moment.
But you could also see he had
started to believe he had lost,? he
says. ?Never before had I so loved
being hated. I loved the reason he
hated me ? we had taken a massive
step to beating him.?
The process leading to that
moment when Sutton could finally
charge Bellfield with murder had
been long and winding.
The murder of Milly Dowler, above with mother Sally, was
unsolved until police followed a hunch by DCI Sutton, left
Face of
evil...
above,
serial
killer
Bellfield.
Left,
Martin
Clunes as
DCI Sutton
Tearful
Initially after his arrest in
November 2004, Bellfield could be
kept in custody only thanks to
charges for assault and rape on
three former partners.
It was only in March 2006 that
Sutton could stand before him and
charge him with Amelie?s murder
and the attempted murder of
another young woman, Kate
Sheedy, 18, in May 2004.
The charge for Marsha?s murder
came two months after that, and
Bellfield was finally convicted of
the two murders and one
attempted murder at the Old
Bailey in February 2008.
A conviction for Milly?s murder
came three years later still, after
Surrey police, in a separate investigation after Sutton?s hunch, nailed
Bellfield for that, too.
Sutton, 58, now retired, has
written a book about the case ?
Manhunt: How I Brought Serial
Killer Levi Bellfield To Justice ?
published this week to coincide
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Based on the book, the threeparter started last night, continues
tonight and concludes tomorrow.
In the first part we saw Doc Mar-
Killed... Marsha McDonnell, left, and Amelie Delagrange, right. Kate Sheedy, centre, survived attack
tin star Martin Clunes, as Sutton,
opening his investigations when
French student Amelie?s body is
found on Twickenham Green,
south west London, with serious
head injuries in August 2004.
In the next episodes viewers will
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tell them the truth and apologise
on behalf of Scotland Yard. ?I was
tearful talking to them,? he says.
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Sealed with a kiss...star couple David and Victoria at a show for his label Kent & Curwen yesterday
?Posh and Pecks? at fashion week
By Frances Millar
43-year-old, a partner in the
company, wore items from the
new line which was inspired by
hit BBC drama Peaky Blinders.
He said he had long been
?a huge fan of the show?.
Fashion designer Victoria, 44,
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Universal Credit
?still on schedule?
despite vote delay
THERESA May yesterday promised By Macer Hall Political Editor
Universal Credit will be rolled out
the Department for Work and Penacross the country on schedule,
sions in November.
despite a delay in a Commons vote on
Mrs May indicated that an
the welfare shake-up.
announcement about the timing of
The Prime Minister insisted the
the vote will be made soon, but
new benefit payment for jobless and
insisted the new system will be in
low-income households would give
place nationally by the Government?s
unemployed people a better chance of
deadline of 2023.
gaining ?the dignity of work?.
Speaking on the BBC One Andrew
Her remarks followed confirmation
Marr Show, the Prime Minister said:
from Whitehall that an imminent
?Throughout the introduction of
parliamentary vote on transferring
Universal Credit, we?ve been clear we
three million welfare claimants to the
new system ? which replaces six exist- would roll it out as a steady process
ing benefits ? has been delayed pend- and learn as we were going along. But
it will be fully rolled out by 2023, as
ing further trials.
originally intended.?
Work and Pensions
Ms Rudd said yesterSecretary Amber Rudd
day: ?Universal Credit is
is set to announce a new
a vital reform, so I want
pilot scheme for 10,000
to roll it out carefully.?
claimants that will be
Frank Field, Labour
examined before her
chairman of the Comdepartment
presses
mons Work and Penahead with rolling out
sions Committee, said:
the new system.
?The Government seems
Her allies denied the
finally to have woken up
decision followed fears
to the human catastroof a revolt by backbench
phe that was waiting to
Tory MPs in the Comhappen under its illmons vote.
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I
T?S Benedict Cumberbatch as
you?ve never seen him before.
Attempting to imitate the
receding hairline of Dominic
Cummings,
the
backstage
Svengali of the 2016 Leave
campaign, the Sherlock actor
sports a strange thinned-out look.
His shirt is half tucked into his
trousers and half hanging over his
belt in a homage to the shabby chic
of the EU referendum maestro.
One thing he cannot capture,
however, is the look of mad genius
in Cummings? eyes.
You can judge Cumberbatch?s
performance for yourself tonight
when Channel 4 screens Brexit:
The Uncivil War, a controversial
take on the most bitterly fought
referendum in British history by
political dramatist of the moment
James Graham.
In an interview with the Daily
Express, baby-faced Graham, the
playwright behind West End hits
such as This House and Ink, gives a
compelling insight into the dramas
which unfolded behind the scenes.
Indeed, before the TV footage
even left the cutting room floor,
there were a huge number of
stories
about
how
he
had
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passions like no other.
It seems that dark forces were
at work before the final edits. One
authoritative story in a Sunday
broadsheet claimed Cumberbatch
had pushed for the character of
Cummings to be made more dark.
?That story was a weird untruth,?
says Graham, 36. ?Benedict never
wanted that. Benedict wanted the
opposite of that. Benedict worked
with me to try and find the humanity in Dominic Cummings.
?You can?t play villainy ? it?s twodimensional. All you can play
is
sympathy,
empathy
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understanding.
?Benedict met Dominic and they
got on really well. His obsession all
the way through was to make sure
he wasn?t too one-sided. The film
wasn?t blaming him necessarily.?
Another well-established actor,
Rory Kinnear, plays Sir Craig Oliver,
David Cameron?s director of communications, whose world was
imploding fast in the wake of the
outcome of the vote, which saw the
swift resignation of his boss.
G
RAHAM says it is, in fact,
more true to say that Kinnear felt Oliver?s character
needed changes in the script to
iron out some key issues.
Kinnear apparently took the
view that his character was not
?self-aware enough? about his own
?culpability and blame?. Writing a
balanced drama certainly comes
over as a painful process.
Graham himself met Cummings
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would be a TV show primarily for
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Benedict Cumberbatch as his casting. The joy for me of being a playwright is you get to meet people
who challenge your own presumptions and prejudices.
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very keen to talk openly
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was used to swing fence-sitting
voters. And Cummings? refusal to
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to change.
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secretary Michael Gove.
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aspirations for a huge cultural shift
in our politics. One of his desires
was to burn it all down and to start
again. In the chaos of post-Brexit
he hoped there would be something in its place.?
Trying to capture Cummings?
disruptive character was a real
challenge, leading him to focus on
his strange personality.
?You get to humanise people who
don?t appear to be human,? he says.
?They bring the heart, the pain, the
personal cost. As we know with any
drama, you take artistic licence.
?We didn?t want to see policy
wonks in Westminster. We want it
to function as a thriller, comedy,
human drama, a political mystery.
You take the essence of the truth.?
He also admits exaggerating the
?eccentricities? of Boris Johnson
and then Ukip leader Nigel Farage,
played by actor Paul Ryan.
?These are big characters as we
know,? he adds. ?They don?t quite
exist in the same reality as the rest
of us. Arron Banks [a key figure
behind the unofficial Leave EU
campaign played by Lee Boardman] is quite a brute when he
wants to be and Boris is, as we
know, Boris. We didn?t want to be
too serious, too worthy.?
He adds: ?It?s not about Leave or
Remain, we were wrong or we were
right. We are so in the woods, it?s
exhausting. It feels dangerous, we
are living in dangerous times.
?This is the new condition in
Western politics. I don?t want the
real-life Dominic Cummings to sit
through this really easily.?
However, Graham does want him
to think his views will be presented
fairly. Some viewers may well be
upset that the drama features the
Benedict
Cumberbatch,
left, as Dominic
Cummings.
From top, Lee
Boardman and
Paul Ryan as
Arron Banks
and Nigel
Farage,
murdered
MP Jo Cox and
Mr Cummings
in real life
tragic murder of the Labour MP
Jo Cox by a violent far-Right thug
called Thomas Mair.
Even though police said he used
the phrase ?Britain First? before
stabbing her in Birstall, a market
town in West Yorkshire, the words
are not used in the drama.
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HE playwright spoke to Jo?s
husband Brendan, as he
wanted to handle the murder sensitively. Part of the reason
for not using the provocative
phrase was that he did not want to
apportion blame to anybody portrayed. Although he did not say it,
it suggests he was thinking of
Dominic Cummings and admits he
may not have got that aspect of the
drama ?quite right?.
Cummings, he insists, ultimately
defines himself as a ?political anarchist? who wants structures torn
down and the referendum provided
a good opportunity to do that.
This did not go down well with
Establishment forces. In Graham?s
production, Sir Craig tries to sum
up Cummings by paraphrasing a
quote from Monty Python?s Life Of
Brian. Instead of saying, ?He?s not
the Messiah, he?s a very naughty
boy,? he says ?He?s not the Messiah. He?s just a ******* ********.?
? Brexit: The Uncivil War,
Channel 4, tonight at 9pm.
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From wellness
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playground
workouts,
HANNAH BRITT
reveals this year?s
most exciting
new ways to
work up a sweat
IT?S PLAYTIME
Get back in the playground with
Rabble, a new outdoor workout
that promises to put the fun back
into fitness.
Sessions blend high intensity
interval training (HIIT) with
old-school team games including
dodgeball, frisbee and capture the
flag. A different combination of
games is chosen each session,
ensuring you get an all-body
workout.
?Rabble not only helps people
get fit but also encourages them
to go outside and be a part of a
community,? says Rabble trainer
Matt Weeks.
?Classes are a great stress
reliever. People often forget that
sometimes they just need to have
fun and play.?
Rabble is suitable for all fitness
levels and ages and everyone is
welcome. From �a session.
? Visit joinrabble.com to find your
nearest game.
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Fun ways to
get fit in 2019
FIT IN YOUR 50s
Public Health England (PHE) has
released new advice on how to
keep active as you approach
retirement age.
It suggests over-55s should focus
on strength training as it can help
prevent falls, fractures and back
pain. Sports such as tennis and
badminton help build muscle
strength and have the added
benefit of being sociable.
PHE also recommends activities
that promote good balance, such
as walking with poles and
ballroom dancing.
This year David Lloyd Clubs is
running a campaign to attract
older people to try out new
classes. ?As we get older we need
to move in the right way. Mobility,
balance and flexibility become
more important,? says Charlotte
Saunders, sports manager at
David Lloyd Clubs.
?Pilates, indoor cycling, weightsbased classes and yoga provide
multiple benefits without the risk
of injury.?
? To find your nearest David
Lloyd Club, visit davidlloyd.co.uk
PT IN YOUR POCKET
Finding time to go to a scheduled
fitness class can be tricky and
having your own personal trainer
is an expensive commitment.
But thanks to a new service
from gym company Anytime
Fitness, you can now bring your
personal trainer to you, wherever
and whenever you want them.
Members are assigned to a
qualified coach, who creates
bespoke programmess for them on
the Anytime Fitness app,
uploading fitness videos and
giving post-workout guidance.
?Content can include weekly
nutrition videos, home workouts
or lifestyle guidance such as what
to eat, how to cook or tips on
staying healthy,? says Marvin
Burton, from Anytime Fitness.
?There is an in-app messaging
service between the member and
the personal trainer for advice and
STILL GAME: Relive your
playground days with Rabble
guidance. The PT can also see
when you have completed
workouts and can give
you feedback.?
From �.99 per month.
? To become a member visit
anytimefitness.co.uk
RUN YOUR COMMUTE
Struggle to fit a workout into an
already busy day? Why not
multitask and run your commute?
With increasingly congested
roads and delayed public
transport to contend with, it?s no
surprise UK commuters logged
4.6 million runs to work in 2018.
And according to fitness app
Strava, this is a trend that is set to
grow in 2019.
?Run commuting changes the
way you start or end the day,? says
Olympian and coach Andy
Baddeley. ?Whereas you?d usually
arrive at work lethargic and
cursing the congestion, running to
the office means you arrive
invigorated to start the day.
?You can set your own pace and
there?s no need to run the whole
way. Just jump off the bus a few
stops early to get your heart rate
up before you reach your desk.
?With a bit of planning, for
example keeping a towel and
change of clothes at work, you can
fit your daily exercise into what
would otherwise be dead time.?
THE BIG CHILL
Holistic fitness is set to see a surge
in popularity this year. And
Gymbox?s new chillout class
Cannabliss is the perfect example
of what?s to come.
Created for people who want to
unwind and stretch out, this
30-minute class is designed with
relaxation in mind. ?The
Cannabliss class involves stretches
as well as mobility and meditation
exercises,? says Hannah Curtis
Nunn, fitness manager at Gymbox.
?Participants are provided with
a CBD patch to stick on their arm,
which delivers the natural antiinflammatory oil into their body.
?This combined with the
stretches helps to relieve niggly
aches and pains that many office
workers experience from sitting at
a desk all day.?
? For more information visit
gymbox.com
WELLNESS FESTIVALS
Move over Glastonbury, this year
festivals have been given a healthy
makeover.
Showcasing all things wellness
and fitness, the only bar you?ll find
at these virtuous events is a ballet
THIS IS ONE WORKOUT YOU DEFINITELY SHOULDN?T SKIP
Writer HANNAH BRITT, 28, tries
her hand at high intensity interval
skipping
THE last time I remember skipping
was when I was in primary school.
But far from being just a playground
pastime, skipping is set to be one of
this year?s key fitness trends.
So, after somewhat overindulging
over Christmas, I purchased a bright
purple rope and went to my local
park to give it a go.
Following boxing coach Darren
Barker?s advice, I started by
increasing the tempo of my skipping.
I did 20 seconds of ?double
unders? ? where you spin the rope
twice in between each bounce
? before dropping to the floor for
20 seconds of burpees, then having
20 seconds rest before repeating.
Next I made my jumps more
explosive, raising my knees to my
chin as I swung the rope around.
Finally, I tried an endurance
round, hopping at speed on one leg
then the other for 90 seconds each.
Skipping is harder than it looks
when you?re a grown-up. Within
minutes I was out of breath. But
once I got into a rhythm, I started to
enjoy myself. Focusing on little
jumps over the rope, I switched off
from everything else.
After 20 minutes I was done, and
surprised by how much I had
exerted myself. Cheap and easy,
this is one workout not to skip.
JUMP TO
IT: Hannah
tries high
intensity
interval
skipping
barre where you can do some
stretches.
Lululemon?s Sweatlife Festival
offers guests a weekend of
workouts and inspiring talks
in London.
? Visit lululemon.co.uk for details.
For something further afield,
why not try The North Face
Mountain Festival in Trentino,
Italy. Set against a backdrop of the
Dolomites, guests can trail run,
climb and hike.
? Visit thenorthface.co.uk for info.
SKIP TO THE BEAT
Get ready to sweat. One of 2019?s
hottest new workouts takes the
principles of HIIT and combines
them with skipping.
Just 10 minutes of high intensity
interval skipping (HIIS) has the
same health benefits as a
45-minute run. Indeed you can
burn as many as 1,600 calories if
you can keep it up for an hour.
?Skipping is one of the best
cardio workouts you can do.
Boxers are some of the fittest
athletes and skipping is an
integral part of their training,?
says Darren Barker, former
professional boxer and
co-founder of 12x3 Boxing Gym.
Darren has devised a HIIS
class, where participants work
up a sweat over 12 three-minute
rounds of high intensity skipping
and body weight exercises such
as plank, sit-ups and tuck jumps.
But the best bit about
skipping? You can do it at home.
?All you need is bit of space, a
high ceiling if you?re training
indoors and a rope that suits
your height,? adds Darren.
Classes cost �.
? For more information visit
12x3gym.co.uk
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expressyourself
I
f you feel overwhelmed after
Christmas, you?re not alone.
Chances are you?ve spent too
much money and your house
is full to bursting with
presents you may or may
not have wanted.
But don?t panic. This is the
perfect time of year to turn over a
new leaf and vow to simplify your
life once and for all.
So start 2019 as you mean to go
on with this easy-to-follow action
plan that?ll help you streamline
your life and learn to live happily
with less.
DECLUTTER YOUR HOME
Start by going through your home
and getting rid of anything that
doesn?t serve a purpose in your life.
Don?t just organise your stuff,
analyse it. Ask yourself what you
want to keep and then let go of all
the rest.
Decluttering can open your eyes
to how much stuff you?ve wasted
Less is more in pur
Streamline your home, finances and
life with this easy-to-follow plan
from lifestyle guru CAIT FLANDERS
money on in the past, which can in
turn motivate you to spend less in
the future.
TAKE INVENTORY
It?s easy to forget how much you
own when it?s stuffed inside
wardrobes, drawers and boxes.
While you?re decluttering, make a
yourself you won?t buy any more
until you have used up what you
already have.
you and your family and ask for
suggestions about what you could
put the money you save towards.
STOP BEFORE YOU SHOP
REPLACE COSTLY HABITS
Now you know what you don?t need
to buy, it?s time to stop shopping on
impulse for things you don?t need.
To make this easier, you need to
remove as much shopping
temptation from your life as
possible.
Begin with your inbox. Whenever
a newsletter or offer email comes in
from a shop that wants your money,
hit unsubscribe.
If you want to take this one step
further, unfollow all your favourite
brands on social media.
list of the things you own more than
one of.
For example, in your bathroom
you might have multiple bottles of
shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste
and deodorant.
Take inventory of those items and
write down the number you
currently have ?in stock?. Promise
TELL YOUR FAMILY
Be upfront with family and friends
about what you are trying to do.
You need to decide together
whether this is something you want
everyone to participate in or
whether you?re going to lead by
example and do it alone.
There might be some resistance
from people around you so don?t
push the idea too hard.
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bad day? Where are you and who
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Think about whether you really
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But if you find you can live
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APPRECIATE WHAT YOU HAVE
As time goes on, you?ll start to feel
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your life. From the clothes in your
wardrobe to the appliances in your
kitchen, using what you have will
serve as a reminder that money
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you need.
Your relationships and the
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Keep a positive mindset. If you
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1MY CREW
I am incredibly fortunate to have
an amazingly supportive husband
who is more than willing to hold the
fort if I have to go away for work.
Jamie is wonderful with the kids
and a domestic whizz who does so
much for all of us.
It would not be
possible to do the
work I do
without this
level of
back-up.
As a
couple, we?re
lucky to have
lovely friends,
close families and
two children who
adore each other.
I believe it is
important to count
your blessings and
to enjoy the good
times when you
can, as none of us
5
obsession, which is why presenting
Match Of The Day was a dream job
for me.
things i can?t
live without
3 SOCIALISING
Sports presenter Jacqui Oatley, 44, lives in
Surrey with her husband Jamie, 45, a
project manager, and their children,
Phoebe, seven, and Max, four
ever know what?s around
the corner.
2 FOOTBALL
I was always a very sporty
child but nobody in my family
was particularly
interested in football.
Then one day, I remember
watching a match on TV and I
was fascinated. There seemed
to be something so magical about
the game and I quickly became an
avid supporter of my local team,
Wolverhampton Wanderers.
To say I was an oddity at my
all-girls school is something of an
understatement.
Even today, my oldest female
friends ban me from talking about
football.
However it will always be my
As working parents with a young
family, it would be easy to do very
little in our spare time.
However, both Jamie and I
believe it is important to nurture
our relationships and to spend time
socialising both as adults and as a
family.
After all, life isn?t just work and
chores ? it is something to be
embraced rather than endured.
I have friends from various stages
of my life and I try to catch up with
them as often as I can.
We live in a small village and
we enjoy spending time
hanging out with other
families who live here
too.
before the school run. I belong to a
fitness club which offers fantastic
classes but also serves good coffee
and great food too.
Sometimes I take my laptop
there with me as it?s a very peaceful
place to work after a class.
5TWITTER
Like most people these days, I
don?t go anywhere without my
mobile phone.
I am addicted to social media,
especially Twitter.
I think it provides a very real
reflection of what is going on, and
of what people are thinking about
the issues that affect us all.
I also find that Twitter is a
wonderful way of talking about
football, and of discussing
what is happening in the
world of sport in general.
l Jacqui Oatley has
launched the
#WomenInFootball
campaign, in
collaboration with
Twitter and the Women In
Football network.
Visit twitter.com/
WomeninFootball
4 FITNESS
I have always
loved exercise but
annoyingly I injured
my knee playing
football in my 20s, so
there are many
high-impact sports
I can no longer do.
However that
doesn?t stop me
staying fit.
Three times a
week I set my
alarm for 5.30am
so I can get to
the gym for a
big work out
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An elementary drama
N
O doubt some will sneer
at me for suggesting
this, but Benedict
Cumberbatch?s
character in BREXIT:
THE UNCIVIL WAR (C4,
9pm) is more than a little Sherlocky.
Cumberbatch is playing Dominic
Cummings, the real-life strategist
who directed the Vote Leave
campaign but it?s hard to ignore the
similarities to his alter ego.
As Cummings, I?ll grant you, he?s
scruffier, balding and speaks with a
Durham accent but he?s also a
prickly, irascible soul, not much of a
people person, no sufferer of fools
? character traits that will obviously
seem more than a little familiar to
many viewers.
Like Sherlock, Cummings here is
also a genius thinker of manic
intensity, a man whose staccato
Mike Ward
previews
tonight?s TV
thoughts flood out of him
unfettered, initially with no
apparent shape or structure, to the
awe, admiration and in many cases
evident bafflement of those around
him.
?Political discourse has become
utterly moronic, thanks to the
morons who run it,? we hear him
rant at one point and he clearly has
no time for those MPs and
businessmen, portrayed here as
lumbering dinosaurs, who insist on
running the Leave campaign in the
traditional, old-school, meet-thepublic fashion. Fiercely tech-driven,
he particularly despises those who,
on hearing his ideas about, say,
?algorithmic statistical analysis?,
dismiss him as ?some geeky
anarchist who wants to show off??
?I?m not talking about posters or
fliers,? he snaps, ?I?m talking about
altering the matrix of politics.?
Once Cumberbatch?s Cummings
goes off on one, there?s no stopping
him. Again, very Sherlocky. Indeed
there are occasions, mid-rant, when
you wonder if he?ll ever come up for
breath.
As for the vote itself, he actually
thinks referendums are ?quite
literally the worst way to decide
anything,? but adds: ?If that is the
way that it is to be, then I will get
PICKS OF THE DAY
Sport: Match Of The Day Live: The FA
Cup, BBC1, 7.30pm
Of the three competitions Jurgen
Klopp (left) and his Liverpool side are
left in this season, the FA Cup will
rank behind the Premier League and
the Champions League in terms of
importance. There is nothing wrong
with that but not for a second should
we think that means they will take this
third-round trip to face Wolves at
Molineux lightly. The Reds are
seven-time winners of this famous
competition but have not got their
hands on the trophy since 2006,
when an inspired Steven Gerrard
performance helped them recover
from 2-0 and 3-2 down to beat West
Ham on penalties. With top-flight
survival almost guaranteed, Wolves
will be eyeing a good cup run.
Comedy: Two Doors Down,
BBC2, 10pm
Back for a new six-part
run, the Scottish comedy
returns tonight and Beth
and Eric think Ian is taking
them out for a 30th
wedding anniversary
dinner but he and Gordon
are actually throwing them
a surprise party at their
house. Ian tries to keep
the focus on his parents
but a drunk Cathy treats
Eric, Beth and the guests
to a replay of her and
Colin?s first wedding
dance. Starring Arabella
Weir, Alex Norton (left)
and Doon Mackichan.
NB: 11.15PM IN EIRE AND NI
Documentary: Raw Recruits: Squaddies At 16,
Channel 5, 10pm
Following another group of teenagers as they go
through basic Army training in Harrogate. In the first
episode, rookies Vyse and Johnson grapple with the
reality of missing their parents, and Corporal Early
discovers an illicit cigarette end during the boys? first
room inspection. Later, the recruits must face a tough
physical examination or risk being thrown out.
Soap: Coronation Street,
ITV, 7.30pm & 8.30pm
Drama: Manhunt, ITV, 9pm
In the second instalment of this gripping three-parter,
Colin Sutton (Martin Clunes, above right) and his
team are trying to identify the white van but find that
around 25,000 matches have been found. The detective
then turns his attention to files of witness statements
taken from the public and finds one from a former
partner of Levi Bellfield that says that he hates women,
is violent and drives a white van.
Chesney (Sam Aston,
right) lies to Emma about
why he missed the picnic
but later, stung by
Gemma?s rejection, puts
everything in to his
relationship with her.
Elsewhere, Jenny begs
Liz to drop the charges
against Johnny but things
turn on their head in the
second visit of the night
to Weatherfield. When Abi
is released from prison,
Marcia makes threats to
Sally while Brian insists
that his teaching days
are finished once and for
all and he?ll now move on
to a new career
us across the line in whatever way I
can.?
This, he declares, pointedly, will
be ?something that MPs have failed
to do since this movement began
over 40 years ago.?
Created by award-winning
playwright James Graham, Brexit:
The Uncivil War continues
Channel 4?s tradition of
dramatising landmark
moments in British
politics, from 2003?s The
Deal to 2015?s Coalition
(the latter also written
by Graham).
As has become customary,
it begins by clarifying
what exactly it is that
we?re about to
witness.
?This drama is
based on real
events and interviews with people
who were there,? it declares.
?Some aspects of dialogue,
character and scenes have been
devised for the purposes of
dramatisation.?
As clarifications go, we almost
know this one by heart now and it
doesn?t get any less muddy.
What it?s effectively saying is:
?We?ve made some of this up,
folks, but we?re not going to
tell you which bits.?
It?s a cop-out, of course, but
we?re grown-ups so we can
cope with that. We?ll approach
this for what it is, namely
intelligently crafted
entertainment:
smart, topical,
edgy and thoughtprovoking. No
less, no more.
DID YOU KNOW? Martin Clunes secured his famous role as
Gary Strang in Men Behaving Badly after being persuaded to
audition by his friend Harry En?eld. The pair met when
En?eld went to watch Clunes perform at Hampstead Theatre.
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10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Properties in Cheshire, Merseyside
and Hertfordshire. (R) (W) (S)
11.00 Wanted Down Under (W) (S)
11.45 Caught Red Handed (W) (S)
12.15 Bargain Hunt From the Mona
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1.30 Local News, Weather (W) v
1.45 Doctors Rob has to deal with
the most sensitive of cases. (W) (S)
2.15 Father Brown New series.
Lady Felicia and Mrs McCarthy are
taken hostage when a midnight train
robbery goes awry. (AD) (W) (S)
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Jonnie Irwin heads to Suffolk, where
he meets past participants who are
now busy keeping chickens and bees.
In Kent, he reunites with escapees
who redesigned their new home. (R)
3.45 The Farmers? Country
Showdown New series. The return
of the programme celebrating
inspirational farming families. (W) (S)
4.30 Antiques Road Trip
New series. Experts Natasha Raskin
Sharp and Philip Serrell set off on a
search for items around Lincolnshire,
before heading to an auction at
Little Bytham near Stamford. (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
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6.45 Bargain Hunt From the Kent
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7.30 Sign Zone: Family Cooking
Showdown The three remaining
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8.30 Westminster In Review (W)
9.00 BBC News At 9 (W) (S)
10.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
12.15 Politics Live Updates from
Westminster and beyond. (W) (S)
1.00 Think Tank Bill Turnbull hosts
as three more contestants compete
to win a cash prize. (R) (W) (S)
1.45 Reel History Of Britain (R)
2.15 Getting The Builders In
Christine and Jim need a garden
overhaul in Urmston. (R) (W) (S)
3.00 A Place To Call Home
Ash Park prepares for a visit from the
Prime Minister and his wife in support
of George?s election campaign. (R)
3.50 A Place To Call Home
Regina is in her element making final
preparations on the day of the prime
minister?s visit, while George is happy
to make a speech to the supporters
gathered at the gates. (R) (W) (S)
4.40 The Wonder Of Animals (R)
5.15 Flog It! Paul Martin presents
from Croome in Worcestershire. (R)
6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.30 Great Alaskan Railroad
Journeys Michael Portillo returns to
explore the US rail network. (W) (S)
6.00 Good Morning Britain (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine With Margot Robbie
and Saoirse Ronan. (W) (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and lifestyle features. (W) (S)
12.30 Loose Women
Featuring celebrity interviews and
topical studio discussion. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather
1.55 Local News, Weather v
2.00 Judge Rinder?s Crime
Stories New series. Barrister Robert
Rinder return to examine more
real-life cases, including two off-duty
police men who interrupted an armed
robbery at a jewellers in Newark. (W)
3.00 Dickinson?s Real Deal
David Dickinson and the team head to
Lincoln, where Fay Rutter appraises
some Beatles memorabilia and Helen
Gardiner sends a Rolex watch to
auction ? where it is well received. (W)
3.59 Local Weather (W) v
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes in the
hope of winning the jackpot. (W) (S)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
hosts as Sumati, Steph, Dominic and
Jamie answer general knowledge
questions and work as a team to take
on quiz genius the Chaser. (W) (S)
6.00 Local News, Weather v
6.30 ITV News, Weather
6.30 The King Of Queens (R,S)
6.55 The King Of Queens (R,S)
7.20 The King Of Queens (R,S)
7.45 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.15 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.45 Frasier US comedy. (R,S)
9.15 Frasier US comedy. (R,S)
9.45 Frasier US comedy. (R,S)
10.10 Ramsay?s Kitchen
Nightmares USA Gordon Ramsay
heads to West Nyack, New York,
to come to the aid of a family-run
Mexican restaurant. (R,S)
11.05 Undercover Boss USA (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News (S)
12.05 Sun, Sea And Selling
Houses A couple from Kent
iving on a Spanish campsite. (R,S)
1.05 Find It, Fix It, Flog It
Henry Cole and Simon O?Brien head
to Newark, where items include
an antique European threshing
board and a ship?s porthole. (R,S)
2.10 Countdown: Champion
Of Champions With guest Kate
Humble in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun A couple
looking for a holiday home in Costa
de la Luz in southern Spain. (S)
4.00 The �0k Drop New series.
Quiz, hosted by Davina McCall. (S)
5.00 Couples Come Dine With
Me Contestants from Nottingham
compete for the prize of �000. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks It is the first day
of Buster?s trial. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for children.
9.15 Jeremy Vine The broadcaster
discusses the issues of the day.
11.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
An ambulance is summoned for a
baby girl with breathing difficulties. (R)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 The Yorkshire Vet Julian is
called out to a late-night emergency
to help a cow deliver a calf. (R,S)
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.15 The Gourmet Detective
2015 (PG) When suspicious sabotage
ends in murder at his friend?s five-star
restaurant, culinary consultant Henry
Ross teams up with strong-willed
police detective Maggie to decipher
clues and investigate the city?s leading
chefs. Drama, with Dylan Neal. (W)
4.00 Friends Part two of two. The
gang continues to search for the
missing Chandler, who is still suffering
premarital jitters. Gary Oldman and
Kathleen Turner guest star. (R,S)
4.30 Friends Rachel tries to decide
what to do next, while Phoebe takes
some of the heat off her by claiming
she is the one who is pregnant. (R,S)
5.00 5 News, Weather (S)
5.30 Neighbours Gary begs Xanthe
to reconsider taking up the offer of
a place at Toowoomba. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away Neil tells
Colby he knows where Bella is, but
won?t disclose her whereabouts. (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
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7.00 The One Show
Matt Baker and Alex Jones
present the usual mix of topical
stories and celebrity chat. (W) (S)
7.30 Match Of The Day Live:
FA Cup Wolverhampton
H The
v Liverpool (Kick-off
H Wanderers
7.45pm). Coverage of the
third-round fixture between the
Premier League sides, which
takes place at Molineux. Wolves
? then a Championship club ?
were eliminated at this stage of
last year?s competition. Jurgen
Klopp?s Reds overcame their
Merseyside rivals Everton 2-1 in
round three last year, but were
defeated 3-2 at home by West
Bromwich Albion in the next
round. The sides last met in this
competition in January 2017 at
Anfield, when goals from Richard
Stearman and Andi Weimann
clinched a 2-1 win for Wolves.
Presented by Gary Lineker.
See Pick Of The Day. (W) (S)
10.00BBC News, Weather
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.30Local News, Weather v
10.45Have I Got A Bit
More Old News For You
Jeremy Paxman hosts an
extended edition of the satirical
quiz, with Steph McGovern
and Josh Widdicombe. (R) (W)
7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road 7.00 Emmerdale A wedding
Trip TV presenting duo Sam
descends into chaos, Ryan?s
Nixon and Mark Rhodes join
hopes are dashed and Faith
experts Charles Hanson and
delivers a stark warning. (W) (S)
Natasha Raskin Sharp on the
7.30 Coronation Street
hunt for bargains to sell at auction. H When Abi is released from prison,
Charles and Mark discover one of
Marcia makes threats to Sally.
their items is not all it seems. (S) H See Pick Of The Day. (W) (S)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 Gallagher Premiership
Rugby Highlights
Action from the 12th round
of fixtures, including Leicester
Tigers v Gloucester, Wasps v
Northampton Saints and Exeter
Chiefs v Bristol Bears. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
8.00 Only Connect
8.00 Britain?s Busiest
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts as
Motorway Traffic officers are
first-round losers the Dragons and
called out on the night shift to
the Three Peaks return. (W) (S)
remove a cupboard. (R) (W) (S)
8.30 University Challenge
8.30 Coronation Street
Two more teams battle it out for a H Duncan threatens to call the
place in the quarter-finals as the
police when Tim arrives at his
second-round continues. (W) (S) H door. See Pick Of The Day. (W)
8.00 How To Lose Weight
Well New series. Doctors Xand
van Tulleken and Helen Lawal
oversee proceedings as more
people attempt some of the most
popular and talked about diets on
the market today, while cook
Stacie Stewart gives advice. (S)
8.00 Police Interceptors
Steve is involved in a dangerous
high-speed pursuit of a car
stolen in a burglary, while Claire
and Tom deal with an abusive
drunk who is clueless about
what he has done wrong. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
9.00 The Babes In The Wood
Murders: The Prosecutors
Documentary following police
and scientists as they try to
uncover enough new evidence
for the CPS to pursue a fresh
prosecution in the murders of two
nine-year-olds in 1986. (W) (S)
10.00Two Doors Down
series. Return of the
H New
starring Arabella Weir.
H comedy,
See Pick Of The Day. (W) (S)
10.30Newsnight, Weather
Headline analysis, presented
by Emily Maitlis. (W) (S)
11.15Amazon: Earth?s Great
Rivers Documentary following
three of the world?s largest rivers,
beginning with the Amazon,
uncovering some of the latest
discoveries, including the Blue
Lagoon. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
11.30Graham Norton?s Good
Story Guide The host goes
behind the scenes of his awardwinning talk show to reveal the
secrets of telling a good story,
picking up advice and insight
12.15 Sign Zone: Nadiya?s Party
from Rob Brydon and Miriam
Feasts Nadiya Hussain shares her
Margolyes. (R) Followed by
favourite festive dishes, making the
Weather For The Week Ahead. (S)
perfect food to hand around and
12.25-6.00 BBC News Catch up
with the latest headlines. (W) (S)
share, such as melt-in-the-mouth
halloumi chips. (R) 1.15 Sign Zone:
Holby City (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
2.15-6.30 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
9.00 Manhunt Colin Sutton and
9.00 Brexit: The Uncivil War
9.00 Chris Tarrant: Extreme
Drama by James Graham
Railway Journeys
providing a behind-the-scenes
New series. The broadcaster
exploration of the 2016
embarks on a journey across
images, but there are 25,000
referendum on whether the UK
the Alps, beginning his
possibles that need to be checked
should leave the European Union,
journey in Vienna, before
and eliminated. Martin Clunes
which has had far-reaching
navigating one of the worst
stars. See Pick Of The Day. (W)
consequences. Benedict
avalanche zones in the world. (S)
Cumberbatch stars as Dominic
Cummings, the leading strategist 10.00Raw Recruits:
10.00ITV News, Weather
and campaign director of Vote
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
At 16 New series.
H Squaddies
Leave, while Rory Kinnear is
a group of teenagers as
H Following
Craig Oliver, who oversaw
they go through basic Army
Remain?s communications
10.30Local News, Weather v
training in Harrogate. The recruits
strategy, as the show examines
must face a tough physical
the anatomy of a modern
10.45Bradley Walsh: When
examination or risk being thrown
data-driven election campaign. (S)
Dummies Took Over The
out. See Pick Of The Day. (S)
World The Chase presenter
11.05Ramsay?s 24
11.05Secrets Of The SAS:
tells the story of Britain?s most
Hours To Hell And Back
In Their Own Words
famous puppet stars, including
Gordon
Ramsay
has
just
24
Documentary in which
Orville, Emu, Sooty, Lord Charles,
hours to renovate dog-friendly
former SAS members talk
Dicky Mint, Spit The Dog and
Fetch Bistro in Wichita, Kansas,
about serving in the elite
Nookie Bear. (AD) (R) (W) (S) v
while also introducing a new
military unit, beginning by
menu and teaching the staff
explaining how they rationalise
11.45Bradley Walsh & Son:
to cook the dishes. (AD) (S)
killing as part of their duties. (R,S)
Breaking Dad The duo hit the
road together. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
team are trying to identify the
H his
van they have discovered
H white
from an extensive trawl of CCTV
12.10 Cold Feet Adam is keen to
dive into the next phase of their
relationship, but will commitmentphobe Tina commit herself? (R) (W)
(S) 1.00 Jackpot247 (W) 3.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W) (S)
3.55 ITV Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00
The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (W) (S)
12.05 SAS: Who Dares Wins (R,S)
1.00 The Crystal Maze (R,S) 1.55
Best Of Both Worlds (R,S) 2.50 Food
Unwrapped (R,S) 3.15 Come Dine
With Me (R,S) 4.10 Embarrassing
Pets (R,S) 4.35 The �0k Drop
(R,S) 5.30 Kirstie?s Fill Your House
For Free (R) 5.50-6.30 Countdown:
Champion Of Champions (R,S)
12.05 Police UK: Armed &
Deadly (R,S) 1.00 Teleshopping
3.00 Access (S) 3.10 GPs: Behind
Closed Doors (AD) (R,S) 4.00 Tattoo
Disasters UK (R) (SL) (S) 4.25
Tattoo Disasters UK (R) (SL) (S)
4.45 House Doctor (R) (SL) (S)
5.10 Great Artists (R) (SL) (S)
5.35-6.00 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL) (S)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Last Man Standing Comedy.
8.20 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
10.05 Last Man Standing Comedy.
10.35 Last Man Standing Comedy.
11.00 Two And A Half Men (S)
11.30 Two And A Half Men (S)
12.00 Police Interceptors (S)
1.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away! Agents Stewart and Iain
head to Manchester, where a landlord
is owed �000 in rent arrears.
2.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away! Paul and Steve call for
urgent police back-up after opening a
locked wooden case they find while
carrying out an eviction notices. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 My Wife And Kids Comedy.
4.35 My Wife And Kids Comedy.
5.00 Riverdale New series. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (R)
6.30 Home And Away (AD)
7.05 Last Man Standing Comedy.
7.35 Last Man Standing Comedy.
8.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away! Agents head to Manchester
to recover more than �0,000. (S)
9.00 The Shocking Truth About
Food Documentary exploring the
secret ingredients in processed food.
10.00 The Sex Business: Pain
For Pleasure Documentary. (S)
11.00 The Sex Business: Trans
On Demand Documentary. (S)
12.00 The Sex Business:
Orgasms On Sale Documentary.
1.00 FILM: Snitch 2013 (12) Crime
thriller. (S) 3.10 World?s Wildest
Holidays 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Catch A Contractor (S)
9.20 CSI: NY Media mogul Robert
Dunbrook is suspected of murder. (S)
10.05 CSI: NY Mac reopens inquiries
into the death of a cyclist. (S)
11.05 Law & Order Briscoe and
Green hunt for a serial killer. (S)
12.00 Law & Order A notorious
bounty hunter is murdered. (S)
1.00 The A-Team The gang is
recruited by the US government.
2.05 The A-Team The gang helps
out at a South American orphanage.
3.10 CSI: NY Mac is found at the
harbour in Jersey City, having
escaped from a sinking car.
4.05 Castle A woman, suspected
of murder eludes the police. (S)
5.05 Law & Order Inquiries into
the death of a sweatshop boss
lead Briscoe and Green to an
illegal immigrant who claims the
dead man had coerced his partner
into acting as a surrogate mother. (S)
6.00 Law & Order A homeless man
goes on trial, accused of killing a
fellow vagrant ? but his defence
attorney argues that the laws of
decent society do not apply to
people who live on the streets. (S)
7.00 Law & Order Briscoe and
Green investigate the murder of
a bookmaker whose testimony
led to the incarceration of a
Mob boss ten years previously. (S)
8.00 NCIS Gibbs and the team
investigate the death of a Navy
lieutenant commander?s husband. (S)
9.00 NCIS Gibbs fights for his life
after being shot, while DiNozzo and
Joanna Teague track the leaders of
The Calling to Shanghai. (AD) (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Crime drama. (S)
10.55 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Novak targets a judge.
11.55 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit The rape and
murder of a criminology student
puts detectives Stabler and Benson
on the trail of a killer with an
expert knowledge of forensics.
12.55 CSI: NY 1.50 CSI: NY 2.50
Chicago Fire 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
Radio 1
FM: 97.6-99.8 MHz
6.30 The Radio 1 Breakfast Show With Greg James.
10.00 Adele Roberts: Music and topical conversation.
12.45 Newsbeat. 1.00 Scott Mills. 4.00 Nick
Grimshaw. 5.45 Newsbeat. 6.00 Nick Grimshaw.
7.00 Radio 1?s Future Sounds With Annie Mac. 8.00
Radio 1?s Power Down Playlist With Annie Mac. 9.00
The 8th With Dev. 11.00 Radio 1?s Indie Show With
Jack Saunders. 1.00 Radio 1?s Drum & Bass Show
With Rene LaVice. 3.00 Radio 1?s Hype Chart With Phil
Taggart. 4.00 Early Breakfast With Jordan North.
Radio 2
Radio Choice
Crossing Continents,
Radio 4, 8.30pm
The case of Douglas Braga, who
was signed by one of Brazil?s top
football teams at 18, and by 21 had
quit the game due to his sexuality.
He was under the opinion that as
a homosexual there would be no
place for him in a macho culture.
FM: 88-90.2 MHz
5.00 Vanessa Feltz. 6.30 Radio 2 Breakfast Show.
9.30 Ken Bruce. 12.00 Jeremy Vine. 2.00 Steve
Wright In The Afternoon. 5.00 Angela Scanlon & OJ
Borg. 8.00 The Cerys Matthews Blues Show. 9.00
The Radio 2 Rock Show With Johnnie Walker. 10.00
Richard Bacon. 12.00 Helen Skelton: Music and chat.
3.00-5.00 Tom Robinson?s Sounds Of The 70s.
Edition. 4.00 5 Live Drive. 7.00 5 Live Sport:
Mark Chapman looks ahead to Wolverhampton
Wanderers v Liverpool in the FA Cup third
round. 7.45 5 Live Sport: FA Cup Football
2018-19: Wolverhampton Wanders v Liverpool
(Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.30 Phil Williams: Topical
conversation. 1.00-5.00 Up All Night.
Radio 3
MW: 1053, 1089, 1071, 1107 kHz
5.00 Early Breakfast With Will Gavin. 6.00
The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast With Ray
Parlour. 10.00 Jim White, Danny Murphy And
Bob Mills. 1.00 Hawksbee And Jacobs. 4.00
Adrian Durham And Darren Gough. 7.00
Kick-off: Wolverhampton Wanderers v
Liverpool (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 Sports
Bar. 1.00-6.00 Extra Time With Will Gavin.
FM: 90.2-92.4 MHz
6.30 Breakfast. 9.00 Essential Classics. 12.00
Composer Of The Week: Mendelssohn. 1.00 News.
1.02 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert. 2.00 Afternoon
Concert. 5.00 In Tune. 7.00 In Tune Mixtape. 7.30
BBC Proms 2018: Another chance to hear Andras
Schiff performing Bach?s The Well-Tempered Clavier
Book 2 at the Royal Albert Hall in August last year.
10.00 Music Matters: Kate Molleson explores the
connections between music and language by revisiting
her trips through parts of England, Scotland, Wales
and Northern Ireland. 10.45 The Essay. 11.00 Jazz
Now. 12.30 Through The Night: Music and chat.
Radio 4
FM: 92.4-94.6 MHz LW: 198 kHz
5.30 News Briefing. 5.43 Prayer For The Day. 5.45
Farming Today. 5.58 Tweet Of The Day. 6.00 Today.
9.00 Start The Week. 9.45 (LW) Daily Service. 9.45
(FM) Book of the Week: We Are Displaced. 10.00
Woman?s Hour. 11.00 The Untold. 11.30 For The
Love Of Leo. 12.00 News. 12.01 (LW) Shipping
Forecast. 12.04 Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years.
12.15 You And Yours. 12.57 Weather. 1.00 The
World At One. 1.45 The Battles That Won Our
Freedoms. 2.00 The Archers: Brian has a brainwave.
2.15 Drama: Stone: New series. By Martin Jameson.
3.00 Round Britain Quiz: Hosted by Tom Sutcliffe.
3.30 The Food Programme: Sheila Dillon looks at the
boom in premium dog food. 4.00 I Was Batman?s
Catwoman: Andrew McGibbon talks to actress Julie
Newmar. 4.30 The Infinite Monkey Cage: New series.
A discussion on microbes. 5.00 PM: Presented by
Evan Davis. 5.54 (LW) Shipping Forecast. 5.57
Weather. 6.00 Six O?Clock News. 6.30 The
Unbelievable Truth: With Sandi Toksvig, Jon Richardson,
Lucy Porter and Graeme Garden. 7.00 The Archers:
Tensions flare at Jennifer?s party. 7.15 Front Row: Arts
programme. 7.45 Maya Angelou: All God?s Children
Need Travelling Shoes: Patricia Cumper?s dramatisation
of the fifth instalment of the writer?s autobiography. In
1962, Maya and her son Guy move to Ghana after he is
involved in a serious road accident. 8.00 Let?s Raise
The Voting Age. 8.30 Crossing Continents: See Radio
Choice. 9.00 A Mother?s Mind. 9.30 Start The Week.
9.59 Weather. 10.00 The World Tonight. 10.45 Book
at Bedtime: Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years.
11.00 When Greeks Flew Kites. 11.30 Today In
Parliament. 12.00 News, Weather. 12.30 Book of the
Week: We Are Displaced. 12.48 Shipping Forecast.
1.00 As BBC World Service. 5.20 Shipping Forecast.
Radio 5 Live
MW: 909, 693 kHz
5.00 Morning Reports: The latest headlines. 5.15
Wake Up To Money. 6.00 5 Live Breakfast. 9.00 Your
Call. 10.00 The Emma Barnett Show. 1.00 Afternoon
REGIONAL VARIATIONS
BBC1 Variations Wales: 6.30 Local News, Weather
BBC2 Variations Wales: 7.00-8.00 Help! We?re
Having A Baby. Narrated by Alex Jones.
ITV Variations ITV CHANNEL: 6.00-6.30 Local News,
Weather 10.30-10.45 Local News, Weather 1.00 The
Chase: Quiz show, hosted by Bradley Walsh. 1.50 Tipping
Point: Gameshow, hosted by Ben Shephard. 2.40-3.00
ITV Nightscreen: Text-based information service. ITV
Wales: 1.55-2.00 Local News, Weather 6.00-6.30
Local News, Weather. Regional bulletin. 10.30 Local News,
Weather 10.45 Sharp End 11.15-11.45 Wales On TV
S4C 6.00 Cyw: Hafod Haul 6.15 Cyw: Digbi Draig 6.25
Cyw: Tomos A?i Ffrindiau 6.35 Cyw: Meic Y Marchog 6.50
Cyw: Peppa 6.55 Cyw: Tili A?i Ffrindiau 7.10 Cyw: Jen A
Jim Pob Dim 7.25 Cyw: Bing 7.35 Cyw: Sblij A Sbloj 7.45
Cyw: Cacamwnci 8.00 Cyw: Boj 8.15 Cyw: Jambor� 8.25
Cyw: Twm Tisian 8.35 Cyw: Ben A Mali A?u Byd Bach O
Hud 8.45 Cyw: Stiw 8.55 Cyw: Loti Borloti 9.10 Cyw: Twt
9.20 Cyw: Ty Mel 9.30 Cyw: Wibli Sochyn Y Mochyn 9.45
Cyw: Sbarc 10.00 Cyw: Hafod Haul 10.15 Cyw: Digbi
Draig 10.25 Cyw: Tomos A?i Ffrindiau 10.35 Cyw: Meic Y
Marchog 10.50 Cyw: Peppa 10.55 Cyw: Tili A?i Ffrindiau
11.10 Cyw: Jen A Jim Pob Dim 11.25 Cyw: Bing 11.35
Cyw: Sblij A Sbloj 11.45 Cyw: Cacamwnci 12.00
Newyddion S4C A?r Tywydd 12.05 Y Llyfrgell 12.30 Casa
Dudley 1.30 Babi Del: Ward Geni 2.00 Newyddion S4C A?r
Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C A?r
Tywydd 3.05 Pengelli 3.30 Crwydro: Rhodri Ogwen
Williams 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh: Ffeil 5.05 Stwnsh:
Ci Da 5.25 Stwnsh: Dennis A Dannedd 5.35 Stwnsh:
Ffrindiau Am Byth 6.00 Newyddion S4C A?r Tywydd 6.05
Pobol Port Talbot 6.30 Pobol Port Talbot 7.00 Heno 8.00
Pobol Y Cwm 8.25 Pobl A?u Gerddi 9.00 Newyddion 9 A?r
Tywydd 9.30 Ffermio 10.30 Y Wal: Cyprus
talkSPORT
At 36, Douglas lives in a country
that has just elected a ?proud
homophone? as president, and as
he is now back on the pitch with a
growing number of other gay
footballers, they have decided to
fight back against a country in
which football abuse is rife.
Liam Shaw
BBC World Service
on digital only
5.00 News. 5.06 The Newsroom. 5.30
CrowdScience. 6.00
Newsday. 8.30
Business Daily. 8.50 Witness. 9.00 News.
9.06 The Inquiry. 9.30 Boston Calling. 10.00
World Update. 11.00 The Newsroom. 11.30
The Conversation. 12.00 News. 12.06
Outlook. 1.00 The Newsroom. 1.30 The Why
Factor. 1.50 More Or Less. 2.00 Newshour.
3.00 News. 3.06 HARDtalk. 3.30 World
Business Report. 4.00 BBC OS. 6.00 News.
6.06 Outlook. 7.00 The Newsroom. 7.30
Sport Today. 8.00 News. 8.06 HARDtalk.
8.30 Discovery. 9.00 Newshour. 10.00
News. 10.06 The Newsroom. 10.20 Sports
News. 10.30 World Business Report. 11.00
News. 11.06 The Why Factor. 11.30 The
Conversation. 12.00 News. 12.06 The
History Hour. 1.00 News. 1.06 Business
Matters. 2.00 News. 2.06 The Newsroom.
2.30 The Why Factor. 2.50 More Or Less.
3.00 News. 3.06 BBC World Hacks. 3.30 In
The Studio. 4.00 News. 4.06-5.00 Outlook.
Classic FM
FM: 100-102 MHz
6.00 More Music Breakfast. 9.00 John
Suchet. 1.00 Anne-Marie Minhall. 5.00
Classic FM Drive. 7.00 Smooth Classics At
Seven. 8.00 The Full Works Concert. 10.00
Smooth Classics. 1.00-6.00 Sam Pittis.
Absolute Radio
MW: 1215, 1197, 1242 kHz
6.00 Dave Berry. 10.00 Leona Graham.
1.00 Ben Burrell. 4.00 Bush And Richie.
7.00 Danielle Perry. 10.00 Pete Donaldson.
1.00-6.00 Chris Martin: Music and chat.
Radio Wales
MW: 882, 657 kHz FM: 93.9-95.9,
103.7-103.9 MHz
5.00 Mal Pope. 6.30 Good Morning Wales.
9.00 Jason Mohammad. 11.00 Wynne
Evans. 1.00 Eleri Si鬾. 4.00 Good Evening
Wales. 6.30 Bravo Two Charlies. 7.00 Janice
Long. 10.00 News. 10.03 Chris Needs.
1.00-5.00 As BBC World Service.
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films
today?s choice
Sky Cinema Premiere
Sky 301
6.30am Aquaman: Special A look at the superhero film.
7.00 Pacific Rim Uprising (2018) (12) Sci-fi sequel,
starring John Boyega. 9.00 An Actor Prepares (2018)
(15) Premiere. Comedy, starring Jeremy Irons. 10.45 Life
Itself (2018) (15) Drama, starring Oscar Isaac. 12.45pm
Truth Or Dare (2018) (15) Horror, starring Lucy Hale.
2.30 Ferdinand (2017) (U) Animated comedy, with the
voice of John Cena. 4.20 Pacific Rim Uprising (2018)
(12) Sci-fi sequel, starring John Boyega. 6.15 An Actor
Prepares (2018) (15) Premiere. Comedy, starring Jeremy
Irons. 8.00 Life Itself (2018) (15) Two New Yorkers marry
and prepare for parenthood, while their fate is intertwined with
a group of people in Spain. Drama, starring Oscar Isaac and
Olivia Wilde. 10.00 Truth Or Dare (2018) (15) Horror,
starring Lucy Hale. 11.45 10x10 (2018) (15) Thriller,
starring Luke Evans. 1.20am Proud Mary (2018) (15)
Thriller, starring Taraji P Henson. 2.55 Tully (2018) (15)
Comedy drama, starring Charlize Theron. 4.35 Ferdinand
(2017) (U) Animated comedy, with the voice of John Cena.
Sky Cinema Comedy
Sky 307
6.00am A Bad Idea Gone Wrong (2017) (15) With
Matt Jones. 7.30 That?s Not Me (2017) (15) With Alice
Foulcher. 9.05 Ali G Indahouse (2002) (15) With Sacha
Baron Cohen. 10.40 Miss Congeniality (2000) (12)
With Sandra Bullock. 12.40pm Girls Trip (2017) (15) With
Regina Hall. 2.50 Rough Night (2017) (15) With Scarlett
Johansson. 4.40 Airplane! (1980) (15) With Robert Hays.
6.20 Jack And Jill (2011) (PG) See Today?s Choice.
8.00 Girls Trip (2017) (15) Four old friends reconnect for
a wild New Orleans weekend. Comedy, starring Regina Hall
and Queen Latifah. 10.10 Rough Night (2017) (15) With
Scarlett Johansson. Midnight Fist Fight (2017) (15) With
Charlie Day. 1.40 Norbit (2007) (12) With Eddie Murphy.
3.30 The Cable Guy (1996) (12) With Jim Carrey. 5.15
Whisky Galore! (2016) (PG) With James Cosmo.
Sky Cinema Action
Sky 306
6.00am National Treasure (2004) (PG) With Nicolas
Cage. 8.15 National Treasure: Book Of Secrets
(2007) (PG) With Nicolas Cage. 10.20 Gone In 60
Seconds (2000) (15) With Nicolas Cage. 12.20pm Mom
And Dad (2017) (15) With Nicolas Cage. 1.50 National
Treasure (2004) (PG) With Nicolas Cage. 4.00 National
Treasure: Book Of Secrets (2007) (PG) With Nicolas
Cage. 6.05 Ghost Rider (2007) (12) With Nicolas Cage.
8.00 Gone In 60 Seconds (2000) (15) A car thief has
? Times quoted are GMT
Jack And Jill HHH
Sky Cinema Comedy, 6.20pm
Sky Cinema Family
Sky 305
6.20am A Yeti Adventure (2017) (U) Animated
adventure, featuring the voice of Sylvie Moreau. 7.50 TMNT
(2007) (PG) Animated adventure, with the voice of Sarah
Michelle Gellar. 9.20 Tad The Lost Explorer And The
Secret Of King Midas (2017) (U) Animated adventure,
with the voice of Oscar Barberan. 10.50 Stardust (2007)
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Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) (12) Comedy
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Moreau. 4.20 Cats & Dogs (2001) (PG) Comedy, starring
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adventure, starring Claire Danes. 8.00 TMNT (2007)
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evil tycoon?s horde of monsters. Animated adventure, with the
voices of Sarah Michelle Gellar and Patrick Stewart. 9.30
Sky 303
TCM
Sky 315
6.05am 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) (U) Sci-fi
epic, starring Keir Dullea. 8.35 Two Mules For Sister
Sara (1970) (15) Western, starring Clint Eastwood. 10.35
Dead Poets Society (1989) (PG) Drama, starring Robin
Williams. 12.50pm The Bourne Identity (2002) (12)
Thriller, starring Matt Damon. 2.50 All The Right Moves
(1983) (15) Drama, starring Tom Cruise. 4.25 The Land
Before Time (1988) (U) Animated adventure, with the voice
of Gabriel Damon. 5.45 Dead Poets Society (1989)
(PG) Drama, starring Robin Williams. 8.00 The Bourne
Identity (2002) (12) An amnesiac man is targeted by
assassins as he tries to discover who he is. Thriller, starring
Matt Damon. 10.00 Interview With The Vampire
(1994) (18) Gothic horror, starring Tom Cruise. 12.05am
American Gangster (2007) (18) Crime drama, starring
Denzel Washington. 2.50 Raising Arizona (1987) (12)
Comedy, starring Nicolas Cage. 4.30 2001: A Space
Odyssey (1968) (U) Sci-fi epic, starring Keir Dullea.
Far from Adam Sandler?s cinematic peak ? this very easygoing comedy stars the actor as both title characters.
Successful advertising executive Jack is dreading
the annual visit from his sister Jill, knowing once
she arrives she will be very hard to get rid of.
As part of his work, Jack is trying to convince Al Pacino
(played by himself) to star in a commercial, and he is
concerned his obnoxious sibling will ruin things should
she come into contact with the Hollywood star.
As things turn out, he could not be further from the
truth as Pacino falls head over heels for Jill.
It won?t win any awards, but it is harmless entertainment.
Andy Dean
to pull off a heist to save his brother from the gangster holding
him hostage. Thriller, starring Nicolas Cage. 10.00 Con Air
(1997) (18) With Nicolas Cage. Midnight Mom And Dad
(2017) (15) With Nicolas Cage. 1.30 Ghost Rider (2007)
(12) With Nicolas Cage. 3.25 Con Air (1997) (18) With
Nicolas Cage. 5.30 Batman: Return Of The Caped
Crusaders (2016) (PG) With Adam West.
Sky Cinema Greats
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) (12) Bumbling
scientist Sherman Klump tries to rid himself of his troublesome
alter ego Buddy Love, but his experiment backfires. Comedy
sequel, with Eddie Murphy. 11.20 Cats & Dogs (2001)
(PG) Comedy, starring Jeff Goldblum. 1.00am Against
The Wild: The Great Elephant Adventure (2018)
(PG) Drama, starring Sam Ashe Arnold and Elizabeth Hurley.
2.40 The Flintstones (1994) (U) Live-action version
of the cartoon comedy, with John Goodman. 4.20 My Pet
Dinosaur (2017) (PG) Adventure, starring Jordan Dulieu.
Sky Cinema Drama
Sky 309
6.30am Awakenings (1990) (12) With Robin Williams.
8.35 22 Chaser (2016) (15) With Brian J Smith. 10.10
Katie Says Goodbye (2016) (15) With Olivia Cooke.
11.45 Wonder Wheel (2017) (12) With Kate Winslet.
1.35pm Call Me By Your Name (2017) (15) With
Armie Hammer. 3.55 Say Anything (1989) (15) With
John Cusack. 5.45 The Zookeeper?s Wife (2017) (12)
With Jessica Chastain. 8.00 Wonder Wheel (2017) (12)
Woody Allen drama, starring Kate Winslet. 9.45 Call Me By
Your Name (2017) (15) Romantic drama, starring Armie
Hammer. Midnight Life Itself (2018) (15) With Oscar
Isaac. 2.00 Moneyball (2011) (12) With Brad Pitt. 4.20
Sharing Christmas (2017) (PG) With Bobby Campo.
7.30am Dr Strangelove ? Or How I Learned To Stop
Worrying And Love The Bomb (1964) (PG) Comedy,
starring Peter Sellers. 9.30 Al Capone (1959) (15) Biopic,
starring Rod Steiger. 11.35 The Train Robbers (1973)
(U) Western, starring John Wayne. 1.30pm Rebel In Town
(1956) (PG) Western, starring John Payne. 3.10 The Wild
Westerners (1962) (U) Western, starring James Philbrook.
4.35 The Moonlighter (1953) (PG) Western, starring
Fred MacMurray. 6.15 All The President?s Men (1976)
(15) Drama, starring Robert Redford. 9.00 Maximum Risk
(1996) (18) Action thriller, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.
11.10 Mad Max (1979) (18) Action thriller, starring Mel
Gibson. 1.10am Deliverance (1972) (18) Thriller, with
Burt Reynolds 3.30 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
Film4
Freeview 15 - Sky 313
11.00am The Duel At Silver Creek (1952)
(PG) Western. 12.35pm The Three Musketeers
(1973) (PG) Adventure. 2.45 The Hound Of The
Baskervilles (1959) (PG) Mystery, starring Peter
Cushing. 4.35 Rawhide (1951) (PG) Western, starring
Tyrone Power. 6.15 The Hunger Games (2012) (12)
Sci-fi adventure, starring Jennifer Lawrence. 9.00 Bridge
Of Spies (2015) (12) Drama, starring Tom Hanks. 11.45
The Last Days On Mars (2013) (15) Sci-fi horror,
starring Liev Schreiber. 1.45am The Rum Diary (2011)
(15) Comedy drama. 8.00 BSL Zone: Close Up
entertainmentsatellite, cable and digital
ITV2
Freeview 6 - Sky 118
6.00am The Planet?s Funniest Animals 6.20
Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 7.10
You?ve Been Framed! Gold 8.00 Emmerdale
8.25 Coronation Street 9.25 The Ellen
DeGeneres Show 10.20 Superstore 11.15
Dress To Impress 12.15pm Emmerdale
12.45 Coronation Street 1.45 The Ellen
DeGeneres Show 2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show
6.00 Film: Harry Potter And The Philosopher?s
Stone (2001) (PG) Fantasy adventure, adapted
from the first of JK Rowling?s books, starring
Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson,
Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman and Richard
Harris. 9.00 Family Guy 10.00 American Dad!
10.55 Family Guy 11.55 The Cleveland Show
12.25am Plebs 1.20 Release The Hounds
2.20 Teleshopping. Home shopping.
ITV3
Freeview 10 - Sky 119
6.00am Classic Coronation Street 6.55
Heartbeat 7.55 The Royal 9.00 Judge Judy
10.25 On The Buses 11.30 Rising Damp
Noon George And Mildred 12.35 The Royal
1.40 Heartbeat 2.40 Classic Coronation Street
3.50 Midsomer Murders 5.55 Heartbeat 7.00
Murder, She Wrote 8.00 Endeavour 10.00
Scott & Bailey 12.05am Joe Maddison?s War
ITV4
Freeview 24 - Sky 120
6.00am Pawn Stars 6.20 The Avengers 7.15
Kojak 8.10 Quincy ME 9.10 Minder 10.15 The
Sweeney 11.20 The Professionals 12.25pm
The Avengers 1.30 Kojak 2.35 Quincy ME
3.40 Minder 4.45 The Professionals 5.50
The Sweeney 6.55 The Chase: Celebrity
Special. Bradley Wals h hosts. 8.00 River
Monsters 9.00 Jeremy Wade?s Mighty Rivers
10.05 Film: Full Metal Jacket (1987) (15)
Stanley Kubrick?s drama, starring Matthew
Modine, Adam Baldwin, Vincent D?Onofrio and
R Lee Ermey. 12.30am Deals, Wheels And
Steals 1.00 Minder 2.05 Take The Tower
Sky One
Sky 106
6.00am Monkey Life 7.00 RSPCA Animal
Rescue 8.00 Road Wars 9.00 Babylon
5 10.00 Warehouse 13 11.00 NCIS: Los
Angeles 1.00pm Hawaii Five-0 3.00 S.W.A.T
4.00 Modern Family 5.00 The Simpsons
5.30 Futurama 6.30 The Simpsons 8.00 A
League Of Their Own 9.00 Film: Battle: Los
Angeles (2011) (12) Sci-fi thriller, with Aaron
Eckhart and Ramon Rodriguez. 11.15 The Force:
Manchester 12.15am Hawaii Five-0 2.05
Brit Cops: War On Crime 3.00 Hawaii Five-0
4.00 Babylon 5 5.00 Futurama
E4
Freeview 28 - Sky 135
6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Mike & Molly 8.00
Melissa & Joey 9.00 The Goldbergs 10.00
The Big Bang Theory 11.00 Young Sheldon
Noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang
Theory 2.00 Melissa & Joey 3.00 How I Met
Your Mother 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 5.00
The Goldbergs 6.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.00
Hollyoaks 7.30 Young Sheldon 8.00 The Big
Bang Theory 9.00 Spencer, Vogue And Baby
Too 10.00 Don?t Tell The Bride 11.05 The Big
Bang Theory 12.05am Gogglebox 1.10 First
Dates 2.10 Spencer, Vogue And Baby Too 3.00
Don?t Tell The Bride 3.55 The Big Bang Theory
4.35 Mike & Molly 5.15 How I Met Your Mother
More4
Freeview 14 - Sky 136
8.55am A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun
11.05 Car SOS 12.05pm Time Team 2.15
Come Dine With Me 4.55 A Place In The Sun:
Winter Sun 5.55 The Supervet 6.55 Car SOS
7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 Car SOS 10.00
Inside Jaguar: Making A Million Pound Car
11.05 24 Hours In A&E 12.10am 8 Out Of
10 Cats Does Countdown 1.10 Ramsay?s
Kitchen Nightmares USA 2.05 Car SOS
3.10 8 Out Of 10 Cats Uncut
GOLD
Sky 110
7.20am As Time Goes By 7.50 Butterflies
9.00 Ever Decreasing Circles 9.40 Last Of
The Summer Wine 11.40 The Green Green
Grass 12.20pm My Family 1.00 2point4
Children 1.40 Are You Being Served? 2.20
Only Fools And Horses 3.00 My Family 3.40
2point4 Children 4.20 Last Of The Summer
Wine 6.20 Are You Being Served? 7.00 Dad?s
Army 8.20 Only Fools And Horses 9.00 Mrs
Brown?s Boys 10.20 The Royle Family 11.00
Early Doors 11.40 Two Doors Down 1.00am
You, Me & Them 1.40 The Royle Family 2.15
Harry Hill?s TV Burp 2.45 You, Me & Them
3.15 Bread 4.00 Teleshopping
Sky Witness
Sky 107
6.00am Motorway Patrol 7.00 Nothing To
Declare 8.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
9.00 Criminal Minds 10.00 Road Wars 11.00
Brit Cops: Rapid Response Noon Highway
Cops 1.00 Police Force: Australia 2.00 Road
Wars 3.00 Motorway Patrol 4.00 Nothing To
Declare 5.00 Border Security: Canada?s Front
Line 6.00 To Catch A Smuggler: JFK Airport
7.00 Air Ambulance ER 8.00 Criminal Minds
10.00 Britain?s Most Evil Killers 11.00 Criminal
Minds Midnight Britain?s Most Evil Killers
1.00 How I Caught The Killer 2.00 Criminal
Minds 3.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response 4.00
Customs UK 5.00 Stop, Search, Seize
CBS Justice
Freeview 39 - Sky 148
9.00 Diagnosis Murder 11.00 Bonanza Noon
Gunsmoke 2.00 Walker, Texas Ranger 3.00
NCIS 4.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 5.00 JAG 6.00
Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas Ranger
9.00 NCIS 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00
NCIS Midnight CSI: Miami 12.55 NCIS
1.50 JAG 2.50 MacGyver 3.45 Walker, Texas
Ranger 4.30 Mission: Impossible
CBS Reality
Freeview 66 - Sky 146
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Judge Judy 10.00
Bondi Rescue 11.00 Unsolved Mysteries Noon
Medical Detectives 1.00 Judge Judy 3.00 Bondi
Rescue 4.00 Unsolved Mysteries 5.00 Judge
Judy 7.00 Medical Detectives 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery. Two doctors and a plot to kill ? the man
who posed as a hired hit man speaks out for the
first time to correspondent Peter Van Sant. 9.00
It Takes A Killer 10.00 Cold Blood. Docu-drama
series. 11.00 Evil Twins Midnight Snapped:
Killer Couples 1.00 It Takes A Killer 2.00 Cold
Blood 3.00 Urban Legends 3.50 Hoarders
4.40 Nowhere To Hide 5.30 Dog Patrol
BBC Four
Freeview 9 - Sky 116
7.00pm Beyond 100 Days 7.30 Weird Nature
8.00 Fake Or Fortune? 9.00 The Truth About
Getting Fit 10.00 The Ice King: John Curry
? Storyville 11.25 Premium Bond With Mark
Gatiss And Matthew Sweet 12.20am Battle For
The Himalayas: The Fight To Film Everest 1.20
Natural World 2.20 The Truth About Getting Fit
Comedy Central
Sky 112
8.00am Scrubs 9.00 8 Simple Rules 10.00
Friends 1.05pm Impractical Jokers 2.00
Friends 4.00 The Office (US) 5.00 Friends
10.00 Impractical Jokers: Holiday Party Special
10.30 Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley! 11.30
The Office (US) 12.30am Bob?s Burgers
1.30 South Park 3.50 The Cleveland Show
4.10 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
FOX
Sky 124
8.00am Leverage 9.00 Bones 10.00 Monk
11.00 NCIS Noon Bones 2.00 The Mentalist
3.00 NCIS 4.00 Monk 5.00 Bones 6.00
The Mentalist 7.00 NCIS 10.00 Wolf Creek.
A group of tourists sets off from Adelaide on
an Outback adventure tour. At a truck stop,
their driver is killed by Mick Taylor, who then
tells the group he is their replacement driver.
Thriller, starring John Jarratt. 11.15 American
Dad! 12.10am Family Guy 1.05 Baskets
2.00 People Of Earth 3.00 Family Guy 4.00
Baskets 5.00 Teleshopping. Home retail.
Discovery
Sky 125
6.00am Combat Dealers 7.00 Alaskan Bush
People 8.00 Naked And Afraid XL 9.00 Yukon
Men 10.00 Wheeler Dealers 11.00 Fast N?
Loud Noon Alaska: The Last Frontier 1.00
Combat Dealers 2.00 Deadliest Catch 3.00
Mighty Ships 4.00 Gold Divers 5.00 Gold
Rush 6.00 Fast N? Loud 7.00 Supertruckers
8.00 Outback Truckers 9.00 Wheeler Dealers
10.00 Cars That Rock With Brian Johnson
11.00 Brake Room Midnight Wheeler
Dealers 2.00 Cars That Rock With Brian
Johnson 3.00 Wheeler Dealers 3.50 Gold
Divers 4.40 Gold Rush 5.30 How It?s Made
History
Sky 130
6.00am American Pickers: Best Of 8.00
Storage Wars 10.00 Buried: Knights Templar
And The Holy Grail 11.00 Forged In Fire
sport
Sky Sports Main Event Sky 401
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize
7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7.30 Transfer
Centre 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.30
Live Test Cricket. South Africa v Pakistan.
4.00pm Sky Sports News 5.00 Transfer Centre
5.30 Sky Sports News 6.30 Henry & Bird: The
Conversation 7.00 NFL Highlights 9.00 NBA:
GameTime 10.00 Live One-Day International
Cricket. New Zealand v Sri Lanka.
Sky Sports Premier LeagueSky 402
6.00am PL Greatest Games 7.00 Premier
League Legends 8.00 Best PL Goals: Tottenham
V Chelsea 8.30 Best PL Goals: Merseyside Derby
9.00 Premier League 100 Club 10.00 Premier
League Years Noon PL Best Goals 96/97 1.00
Premier League Years 3.00 PL Best Goals 97/98
4.00 PL Greatest Games 5.00 Soccer AM: The
Best Bits 5.30 Premier League 100 Club 6.00
Best PL Goals: North London Derby 6.30 Best PL
Goals: Tottenham V Chelsea 7.00 Premier League
Highlights. Newcastle United v Manchester United.
7.30 Premier League Highlights. Manchester City
v Liverpool. 8.00 Premier League Highlights.
Everton v Leicester City. 8.30 Premier League
Highlights. Cardiff City v Totenham Hotspur. 9.00
Premier League Legends. David Seaman. 9.30
Premier League Legends. Paolo Di Canio. 10.00
The Debate 11.00 Premier League 100 Club.
Steven Gerrard. 11.30 PL Greatest Games.
Southampton v Man United from 1996. 11.45
PL Greatest Games. Stoke City v Liverpool from
2014/15. Midnight The Debate 1.00 Premier
League Years 3.00 PL Greatest Games 4.00
PL Best Goals 05/06 5.00 Best PL Goals: Man
Utd V Everton 5.30 Premier League 100 Club
Sky Sports Cricket
Sky 404
6.00am Cricket?s Greatest Games 7.00
Best Of England V Pakistan 7.30 Test Cricket
8.25 Live Test Cricket. South Africa v Pakistan.
4.00pm Cricket?s Greatest Games 5.00 Best
Of England V India 6.00 Test Cricket 7.00
One-Day International Cricket. New Zealand
v Sri Lanka. 8.00 Test Cricket. South Africa v
Pakistan. 9.00 One-Day International Cricket.
New Zealand v Sri Lanka. 9.55 Live One-Day
International Cricket. New Zealand v Sri Lanka.
Sky Sports USA
Sky 407
6.00am NBA Classic Games: Hawks/Celtics
2012 7.15 NFL Highlights 9.15 NFL: A Football
Life 10.15 NFL Highlights 2.15 The Story Of
NFL Europe 3.15 NFL Highlights 5.15 NBA
Classic Games: Hawks/Celtics 2012 6.30 Henry
& Bird: The Conversation 7.00 NFL Highlights
9.00 Henry & Bird: The Conversation 9.30
NBA: Minnesota Timberwolves v Los Angeles
Lakers. 11.45 Henry & Bird: The Conversation.
Former footballer Thierry Henry interviews
basketball legend Larry Bird. 2.30am NBA
Classic Games: Hawks/Celtics 2012 3.45 NBA:
LA Lakers @ Minnesota
BT Sport 1
Sky 413
7.15am Bundesliga Goals Of The Season
7.30 Ligue 1 Highlights 8.00 Live BBL:
Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes.
11.30 Tranmere Rovers V Tottenham 1.00pm
FA Cup: Man United V Reading 2.30 Blackpool
V Arsenal 4.00 FA Cup: Woking V Watford
5.30 Gallagher Premiership Rugby Highlights
8.00 Top 10 Fights Of 2018 9.00 Fishing: On
The Bank. Highlights of the 2018 Forces Carp
Classic. 10.00 The Emirates FA Cup Highlights.
Highlights from the third round, including
Manchester City v Rotherham, Woking v Watford
and Newport County v Leicester City. 10.30
World Poker Tour Series 11.30 Gallagher
Premiership Rugby Highlights. Including Exeter
Chiefs v Bristol Bears, Leicester Tigers v
Gloucester and Wasps v Northampton Saints.
2.00am Live WTA: Sydney International. Day
two of the Sydney International, a key tournament
in the lead-up to the Australian Open.
Eurosport 1
Sky 410
6.00am Australian Open Tennis 7.00 ATP
Tennis 8.00 Australian Open Tennis 10.00
ATP Tennis 11.00 Rally Raid 11.15 Rally Raid
11.45 Rally Raid Noon Darts: BDO World
Championships 1.00 Live Darts: BDO World
Championships. Coverage of the third day, staged
at the Lakeside Country Club at Frimley Green,
featuring two matches in the preliminary stage
and one first-round contest. 4.30 Rally Raid
5.00 Darts: BDO World Championships 7.00
Live Darts: BDO World Championships 11.00
Darts: BDO World Championships 12.30am
Rally Raid 4.00 Live ATP Tennis. The Sydney
International. Coverage of day three.
Noon Swamp People 1.00 Pawn Stars 2.00
American Pickers: Best Of 4.00 Storage Wars
6.00 Forged In Fire 7.00 American Pickers
8.00 Mystery Pickers 9.00 In Search Of
10.00 The Great UFO Conspiracy 11.00
Breaking Mysterious Midnight Dark Files
2.00 Pawn Stars 3.00 Storage Wars 4.00
Forged In Fire 5.00 American Pickers
Yesterday
Freeview 19 - Sky 155
Home
Freeview 25 - Sky 158
6.00am China?s Megatomb: Secrets Of The
Terracotta Army 7.10 Raiders Of The Lost Art
8.00 Time Team 10.00 Murder Maps 11.00
Abandoned Engineering Noon Time Team 2.00
Wild Arabia 3.00 Deep Wreck Mysteries 4.00
Murder Maps 5.00 Abandoned Engineering
6.00 Hitler V Churchill: The Eagle And The Lion
7.00 The Railway: First Great Western 8.00
Secrets Of Britain 9.00 Forbidden History 10.00
Time Team Specials 11.00 The Two Ronnies
12.50am Hitler V Churchill: The Eagle And The
Lion 1.55 Inquisition 3.00 Teleshopping
7.00am Homes Under The Hammer 8.00
Bargain Hunt 9.00 Flog It! 10.00 Ground Force
11.00 Escape To The Country Noon The Great
British Bake Off 1.00 Wanted Down Under 2.00
Escape To The Country 3.00 Bargain Hunt
4.00 Flog It! 5.00 Homes Under The Hammer
6.00 Ground Force 7.00 The Great British Bake
Off 8.00 Escape To The Country 11.00 My
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Under The Hammer 1.00 Wanted Down Under
1.50 Fantasy Homes By The Sea 3.30 My FlatPack Home 4.00 Teleshopping
National Geographic
Sky 129
Good Food
Sky 133
Universal TV
Sky 113
8.00am San Diego: More To Explore 8.30
World Of The Wild 9.00 Wicked Tuna 10.00
Yukon Gold 11.00 Gold Diggers Noon Ice Road
Rescue 1.00 Car SOS 3.00 Strippers: Cars For
Cash 4.00 WW2 Hell Under The Sea 5.00 Nazi
Megastructures 6.00 Drain The Oceans 7.00 Air
Crash Investigation 8.00 Nazi Megastructures:
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10.00 Ghosts Of Pearl Harbor 11.00 Air Crash
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1.00 Airport Security: Peru 2.00 Yukon Gold
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6.10am Choccywoccydoodah: Starstruck
7.00 Luke Nguyen?s Street Food Asia 8.00
Destination Flavour Singapore 8.30 Donal?s
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Escape 10.00 A Cook Abroad: Tony Singh?s
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Noon Rick Stein?s Far Eastern Odyssey 1.00
Rick Stein?s India 2.00 John Torode?s Asia
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Bikers? Asian Adventure 6.00 Luke Nguyen?s
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8.00 Rick Stein?s Far Eastern Odyssey 9.00
Rick Stein?s India 10.00 Gordon?s Great
Escape 11.00 A Cook Abroad: Tony Singh?s
India Midnight Destination Flavour Singapore
12.30 Donal?s Asian Baking Adventure 1.00
Perfect 2.00 Teleshopping 5.00 Perfect
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CSI: Miami 11.00 NCIS 1.00pm Law & Order
3.00 CSI: Miami 5.00 Major Crimes 7.00
NCIS 9.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
1.00am Chicago Justice 2.00 Sea Patrol
3.00 Numb3rs 5.00 Teleshopping
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9 Not just a Parisian blonde�(6)
15 The borders help out with
single device�(9)
16 Seeming to be a quiet
guardian�(8)
17 Plane is not built to throw
away�(8)
19 Seize lace extremities in
fight�(7)
20Sharply acknowledge lab
equipment�(6)
21 Wrong fluids mixed with
nitrogen ? daughter left out�(6)
22Advantage overturned, getting
caught with the top fashion�(6)
24Parking, lout became an
animated character�(5)
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LAST WEDNESDAY?S SOLUTION ACROSS: 1 Endowed, 5 Compass, 9 Roman nose, 10 Level, 11 Testate, 12 Tiddler,
13 Unimaginative, 18 Liberty Island, 20 Curator, 23 Linocut, 25 Rouge, 26 Condition, 27 End-stop, 28 Eternal.
DOWN: 1 Errata, 2 Damp squib, 3 Wonga, 4 Dromedary, 5 Cleft, 6 Melodrama, 7 Anvil, 8 Salaried, 14 In retreat, 15 Insolence,
16 Induction, 17 � la carte, 19 Atonal, 21 Round, 22 Recap, 24 Noise. Prizeword: Smitten
LAST THURSDAY?S SOLUTION ACROSS: 1 Whisperer, 6 Used, 10 Loper, 11 Phosphate, 12 Anyroad, 13 Isolate,
14 Ottoman Empire, 17 Control centre, 21 Clip art, 22 Caustic, 24 Waistband, 25 Beret, 26 Sane, 27 Day trader.
DOWN: 1 Wallaroo, 2 Imply, 3 Performing arts, 4 Roped in, 5 Rhodium, 7 Stay alert, 8 Diesel, 9 Opposite number,
15 Tactician, 16 Mercator, 18 Rutland, 19 Lucidly, 20 Scowls, 23 Tired. Prizeword: Serious
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Good 24; very good 36; excellent
47 (or more). Solution tomorrow.
SATURDAY?S SOLUTION
amber armed barm beam berm
bomb bombard BOMBARDED
bombe bombed bomber bream
dame demo demob dome domed
dorm dram dream madder made
mare mead mobbed mode more
ombre radome ream roam
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Can you make two common five-letter
words from the nine letters given,
using each letter only once? You can
? but only if one letter features in both
words in the squares on the right.
There?s at least one way to do it, and
you have to have the right letter at the
crossover ? but which one is it?
See if you can find the answer within
our target time. If you need help, ring
our clue-line below to find out the
crossover letter. Solution tomorrow.
The Target
uses
words in
the main
body of
Chambers
21st
Century
Dictionary
(1999
edition)
HOW many words of four letters
or more can you make from the
letters shown here? In making a
word, each letter may be used
once only. Each must contain the
centre letter and there must be at
least one nine-letter word. No
plurals or verb forms ending in ?s?.
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Across: Smoked, Ham, O
Zebra, Jetsam, Spiv,
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Answered, Dupe,
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Ostrich, Snort, Yew,
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Feign, Bays, Tut, Haiku, U
Equator, Manoeuvre.
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0907 181 2558
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deduct two minutes for each clue letter heard) Alternatively, for six extra letter
clues direct to your mobile, text DXALPHA to 84901. Texts cost �plus
normal network operator rate. full solution: 0907 181 2565;
Across ONLY: 0907 181 2561; Down ONLY: 0907 181 2562.
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ACROSS
1 Pleasant to taste (9)
7 One after the other (2,1,3)
9 Unconscious state (4)
10 Ancient artefact (5)
12 Poker stake (4)
13 Way of buying goods by
post (4,5)
14 Gaelic (4)
16 Single entities (5)
18 Indian city (4)
19 One who rents land or a
building (6)
20Bar serving drinks and
food (9)
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1 Tonic (4-2-2)
2 Painful or weak (4)
3 Suitable for crops (6)
4 Slow-moving creatures (9)
5 British Sign Language
(abbr.) (3)
6 Hang about (6)
8 Embitter, exasperate (8)
11 Nag err (anag.) (6)
12 Secret, mysterious (6)
15 Jelly type (4)
17 Individual savings account
(abbr.) (3)
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SUDOKU
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FRIDAY?S SOLUTION
ACROSS 1 Tarpaulin, 7 Argo, 8 Broke, 10 UPC,
11 Teapot, 13 Envisages, 14 Assess, 16 UBR,
18 Denim, 19 Feet, 20 Statutory.
DOWN 1 Taste buds, 2 Ardent, 3 Pomp, 4 Urn,
5 Lounger, 6 Necessity, 8 Blossom, 9 Taverna,
12 Pester, 15 Soft, 17 Kit.
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FIND where the fleet of ships shown is hidden in the grid. The numbers to the
right of and below the grid indicate how many of the squares in that row are
filled in with ships or parts of ships. The ships do not touch each other, even
diagonally. Some squares have been filled in to start you off.
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Difficulty: 9/10; Target: 29 mins; Clue: Mild uncle men took in.
FRIDAY?s solution: Across: Abreast, Sail, Worm, Antelope (clue), Belfry,
Shandy, Attack, Please, Requited, Moat, True, Leaflet.
Down: Cajole, Theory, Tram, Feature, Galaxy, Kettle, Status, Pedlar,
Salvage, Mild, Zipped, Scanty.
1 x Battleship
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represents a letter. Every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given
letter or letters ? below the main grid ? to start. Solution tomorrow.
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THE ALPHABEATER
CAN you crack the
Alphabeater? Each grid
number represents a letter
? or black square. As in
Alphapuzzle, every letter of
the alphabet is used. But
you have to complete the
grid too! Use the given
letters and black squares
below the grid to start. The
grid is ?rotationally
symmetrical? ? in other
words, it looks the same if
you turn the page upside
down. Solution tomorrow.
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BIGXWORD followed by a space, your
answer, name and address to 84915 or just
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to: Daily Express, Prize Crossword (No
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9BT Competition closes Friday, January 11 at
11:59pm. Winner picked at random from all
entry routes after close date. Need Help?
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WINNER:
A Bence,
Felpham,
W Sussex.
Call 0904 161 1602 for five extra clues! *Calls
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1 Dogmatic and unsupported
assertion; Latin, ?he himself said
it? (4,5)
5 Closed horse-drawn carriage with
four wheels and a raised open driver?s
seat in front, used in the 19th
century (8)
9 Economic self-sufficiency, as of a
country not reliant upon imported
goods (7)
10 Actress who plays the title role in
the 2018 musical fantasy film Mary
Poppins Returns (5,5)
11 British soft rock band who topped
the charts with Love Is All Around in
1994 (3,3,3)
12 Middle daughter of Shakespeare?s
King Lear, married to the Duke of
Cornwall (5)
13 Title of the former hereditary
monarchs of Iran; from Persian,
?king? (4)
15 State of the northwestern US
whose western border is partly
formed by the Snake River (5)
17 ?Kind ___ are more than coronets?
(Alfred, Lord Tennyson ?Lady Clara
Vere de Vere? (1842) st. 7) (6)
19 2018 comedy drama film starring
Mahershala Ali and Viggo
Mortensen (5,4)
21 Common Eurasian weed of the
dock family with jointed creeping
stems and small flowers; Polygonum
aviculare (9)
22 Thin upright piece of wood on a
violin, guitar etc. that supports the
strings above the soundboard (6)
23 State of Malaysia, occupying
the northern part of Borneo and
numerous offshore islands in the
South China and Sulu Seas (5)
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1 US inventor who collaborated
with others to produce the first
commercially successful sewing
machine (1851) (5,6)
2 Third son of Adam and Eve, who
said he was given by God to replace
the murdered Abel (Genesis 4:25) (4)
3 Mainly Zulu political party of South
Africa founded in 1975 by Dr
Mangosuthu Buthelezi (7)
4 City on the Adige River in N Italy
known in Roman times as
Tridentum (6)
5 Capital and largest city of 15
Across, founded as a military post in
1863 (5)
6 Large antelope of Africa and the
Arabian peninsula with long straight
nearly upright horns; family Bovidae,
four species (4)
7 Principal narrator of Anne Bront�s
The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall (1848),
who became the title character?s
second husband (7,7)
8 Trojan hero in classical mythology;
son of Anchises and the goddess
Aphrodite (6)
11 1942 song by Irving Berlin, sung by
Bing Crosby, that is the world?s
best-selling single (5,9)
14 Standard monetary unit of
Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan,
worth 100 qapik and 100 tenge
respectively (5)
16 Alloy of copper with zinc or tin
used in imitation gold jewellery (6)
17 God of sleep in Greek mythology;
counterpart of the Roman Somnus (6)
18 French national holiday, celebrated
annually on July 14 (8,3)
20 Decorative circular mark worn in
the middle of the forehead by Indian
women, especially Hindus (5)
24 Mix of volatile liquid hydrocarbons
obtained from petroleum, used as a
solvent, motor fuel etc. (7)
25 Andy ___ (1928-87), US artist and
film maker who pioneered the Pop Art
movement (6)
26 Seventh named reindeer in the
1823 poem A Visit From St Nicholas
by Clement Clarke Moore (6)
30 Titular Champion of the World in a
1975 children?s book by Roald Dahl (5)
31 Any burrowing lagomorph mammal
of the family Ochotonidae of Asia and
North America, also called cony and
mouse hare (4)
32 Small constellation of the
southern hemisphere lying between
Tucana and Ara; the Peacock (4)
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27 Upper angle between a leafstalk or
branch and the stem from which it
grows (4)
28 Tropical American tree (Ochroma
pyramidale) cultivated for its strong
lightweight timber (5)
29 Of an attack, directed against a
person rather than their argument;
Latin, ?to the person? (2,7)
33 Small edible mushroom, especially
Agaricus bisporus or Marasmius
oreades; from French (10)
34 Abode of humanity in Norse
mythology, linked to Asgard, home of
the gods, by the rainbow bridge
Bifrost (7)
35 Alphabetical list of specialist
terms with definitions or explanations,
often in the form of an appendix to a
book (8)
36 Room used for communal dining
in an educational or religious
institution (9)
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of today?s CLUE LETTERS and your personal
PIN NUMBER to set your personal stop-watch
running. Then, use the clue letters to work out
the seven-letter word in the shaded squares.
When you crack the mystery word, call again,
enter your Pin Number and STOP THE CLOCK.
Winner selected at random from all correct
entrants who beat the 25-minute Target Time.
Each grid number represents a different letter.
All 26 letters of the alphabet are used.
0907 181 2908
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Last week?s solution Across: Banal, Retreat,
Truck, Diagram, Era, Loin, Wispy, Throb, Bijou, Query,
Maze, Tag, STAUNCH, Raise, Pilgrim, Panel. Down:
Battle, Gossip, Nourish, Quail, Like, Governor, Dawn,
Myth, Transfix, Grip, Early, Ovation, Temple, Reveal.
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CALVIN AND HOBBES
Bill Watterson
Russell
Grant
Aries Mar 21 ? Apr 20
Devoting time to your relationships
will bring balance to your life. Stop depriving
yourself of fun. Scale back your schedule
and make room for family and friends. Enjoy
activities you love each day. Someone will
encourage you to spread your wings.
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Make boat people pay to
return them to France
Many factors
led to rise in
alcohol blight
Westminster is obliged to
satisfy Leavers not the EU
CHEERS: Pubs closing may have sparked drinking at home
they cannot get through on the
telephone.
I know the answer would be go
online, which I did, and even that
did not work.
Lois Walton,
Yateley, Hants
Hong Kong-style plan to
Make it easier for elderly solve Irish border issue
to cancel GP appointments
YES, there are lots of hospital and
doctors? appointments missed,
which is scandalous, but cancelling
a hospital appointment isn?t the
easiest of things to do for the
elderly (?15M patients fail to turn
up for their GP?, January 2).
I visited a lady who was upset
because she had received two A4
sheets of paper telling her to ring a
number but if she had access to a
computer to do such-and-such or
to ring another number.
She?s in her 90s so it was very
confusing for her. We sorted it out
but maybe a slightly easier version
could be devised for us oldies.
Diane Barnes,
Barnoldswick, Lancs
Trying to contact surgery
is almost impossible now
I TRIED all last week to get an
appointment with my GP and I
could not get through on the
phone.
I drove up to the surgery but
could not find anywhere to park.
I also tried to cancel an
appointment at the hospital ? they
kept making appointments for me
despite writing to them asking
them not to make any more as the
problem had been resolved.
I had also cancelled the first two
appointments online and yet still
another letter arrived with yet
another appointment.
I was informed that I was number
eight in the queue on the phone
and the recording informed me that
my waiting time would be five
minutes ? however, a quarter of an
hour later I?d had enough and put
the phone down.
Is it any wonder that people are
not cancelling their appointments if
TODAY: January 7,
2019
On this day
Letter of the day
I FIND it hard to believe the
reaction to the Home Secretary?s
comments regarding the number
of people trying to enter this
country illegally by means of small
boats from France (?The migrants
who ?threaten asylum system??,
January 4).
These people are criminals. They
may not be murderers, rapists or
thieves but surely by the simple act
of trying to enter the UK without
papers, passport or any form of
identity they are already
committing a criminal offence.
Far from being greeted with a
cuppa, they should be returned to
France and charged for their
passage. If they can afford to pay
the traffickers? fees for bringing
them here (often amounting to
thousands of pounds we are told)
they can afford the, probably, more
modest fee for the return journey.
Geoff Manning,
Lower Kingswood, Surrey
FREDERICK Forsyth is, at this
point in time, the voice of Britain.
His statement, (?The people will at
last be listened to?, January 4), is a
fact of life.
If there is any loyalty or
commitment to what the 2016
referendum related to in the Palace
of Westminster, those inhabitants
should accept his words and pull us
out immediately.
Too much pointless rhetoric, too
much trying to keep both sides
happy.
There is only one side to keep
happy, the people who voted leave.
If we upset the EU so be it, they
don?t seem to mind offending us.
Geoff Fawcett,
Workington, Cumbria
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REGARDING Brexit and the
problem the Irish border seems to
be creating.
If I was running this, looking at it
from afar as an Australian, I would
have a five-year plan of inviting all
Northern Irish people who wanted
UK rule to move to the mainland to
become British, and hand NI to
Ireland in a relatively simple
transfer just like Hong Kong.
People make life more difficult,
whereas my way offers a simple
solution. Makes everything happier
for everybody.
Nicholas Simic,
Victoria, Australia
Law-abiding always pay
the price for fuel thieves
WHY should 99.9 per cent of drivers
be terribly inconvenienced as Peter
Smith is suggesting for a few crooks
(Letters, January 3).
It is always the same, the
law-abiding suffer.
Robin Clark,
Malmesbury, Wilts
YOUR comment on the growing pressures
alcohol is placing on society is a timely
reminder we need to get a grip on this curse
that is starting to blight society more than it
ever has done in the past (?Enjoy a drink or
two but be aware of your intake?, January 5).
Many factors have allowed this to become a
problem including the number of locals forced
to close because of crippling business rates
and beer duty, meaning more drink at home.
Supermarkets now sell alcohol often at
discounted rates, which is great value for the
customer but is dangerous when people drink
at home alone, without the natural ?pacing?
that chatting to company at your local offers.
And of course the longer working week is a
factor too. Many people can only go out once a
week and only have a few hours to let their hair
down too, so get drunk pretty quickly.
Yes we need to control ourselves but there
are many external factors that exacerbate the
huge impact alcohol-related problems are
having on the NHS and society in general.
Brian Metcalfe,
Birmingham
No surprise teachers have
had enough of sick system
CAN anyone be really surprised
about the number of teachers and
assistants claiming so many sick
days? Governments over the years
have applied broad brush strokes to
the education system on the belief
that one size fits all.
I can remember quite clearly
back in 1975 a female teacher who
worked in Brixton and lived in
Charlton in London expressed the
difficulties and stress associated
between the two areas based upon
social and ethnic differences to be
able to implement the curriculum
to meet expectations.
Nothing much seems to have
changed over the last 44 years. Is it
not time the system changed from
being top down to bottom up?
Is it not the teachers who
understand their pupils and the
area better than those sitting in
their ivory towers?
Let them make the decisions on
how to present the curriculum in a
manner best suited for those being
taught and not more focused on
how reach a Government target.
Ian Terry,
Pinmore, South Ayrshire
No need for Brussels if we
grew sprouts in the UK
I BOUGHT a vegetable pack to
make a traditional British casserole
the other day and reading the label
found none of the ingredients had
been grown in Britain.
The carrots at least had been
grown in Northern Ireland but the
swede and leek had come from Eire
and the onion from Holland.
I realise why the Government, at
great expense, has decided to lease
ferry boats to bring over goods from
abroad post-EU.
Couldn?t British farmers be
offered short courses on how to
grow onions and swedes and
especially Welsh ones be taught
how to grow leeks?
Stephen Thomas,
Rhyl, Clwyd
Pippa?s wealth is what
keeps her slim and toned
SO, several weeks after having a
baby Pippa Middleton is slim and
toned again-what a surprise... not
(?New mum Pippa?s bikini body?
January 4)!
One reason ? money. When you
have the means to buy nannies,
maids butlers, personal trainers etc,
you can just wander off to eat all
the right stuff and exercise to your
heart?s content.
Maybe we should vote for Jezza
and McDonnell to equalise the
pennies but of course that will
never happen ? look at their
favourite economy, the disaster of
Venezuela.
Barrie Warren,
Bury, Lancs
Did the baby-boomers rush into marriage too quickly?
Yes
As much as I
love my wife,
we really have
nothing in common
(?Over 55s have a few
regrets??, January 4).
Back in the Seventies
though this was normal
as men and women?s
romantic prospects were
often governed by
geography.
My wife and I are
together for two reasons:
(a) we find each other
attractive but more
importantly (b) we grew
up in close proximity.
Watching my teenage
son date online makes
me very jealous. He is
able to filter down
potential suitors to find
exactly what he wants.
I sometimes wish I?d
played the field more.
Graham Langfield,
Blackburn, Lancs
No
While I think
it?s sad that a
third of the
baby-boomer generation
regrets rushing into
marriage, I certainly
don?t.
My husband and I got
wed on my 19th birthday
and we?ve been together
for 51 years.
I?ve never known
anyone but him but that
fact has never bothered
me as in all the time
we?ve been together I
can count the arguments
on one hand.
When you?ve found
?the one? you know.
The fact that so many
over-55s are curious
about what could have
been says more about
their own marriages than
anything else.
Ann Newton,
Stoke-on-Trent
33 years ago (1986)
Our front page revealed the
disarray of Margaret
Thatcher?s government over
the Westland crisis.
Relations between the PM
and Defence Secretary
Michael Hesletine were at
?sub zero? amid a row over
the future of the helicopter
firm which was the subject of
a rescue bid.
Thatcher favoured a US
firm while Heseltine wanted
to go with a consortium of
European companies.
74 years ago (1945)
Field Marshal Bernard
Montgomery held a press
conference during which
he controversially claimed
most of the credit for
victory over the Germans
in the Battle of the Bulge.
His comments caused
consternation among the
American commanders,
including the Supreme
Allied Commander
Eisenhower and Monty
was forced to backtrack.
Four years ago (2015)
Two Islamist terrorists
massacred 12 people at the
offices of French satirical
magazine Charlie Hebdo in
Paris. Another four people
died in a copycat attack at a
kosher supermarket.
The atrocities prompted a
massive show of solidarity
with the phrase ?Je suis
Charlie? as the slogan.
Birthdays
Formula 1
World
Champion
Lewis
Hamilton
is 34. He
has a net
worth of
�8million.
Con Air actor
Nicolas
Cage is 55.
He is a huge
Elvis fan.
French
designer
Christian
Louboutin is
56. His shoes
have a
trademark
red sole. I
Need A
Dollar singer
Aloe Blacc is
40. He can
sings in
Spanish.
TODAY?S GIGGLE
They?re doing a Sade
musical. Apparently it?s a
smooth operetta.
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FinnCap boss to tackle
?awful? culture in City
The boss of stockbroker finnCap has By Holly Williams
spoken out over the ?awful? working
culture in big City firms and said the Having experienced first-hand the
industry still has a ?long way to go? struggles of leading a City firm and
to get women into the boardroom.
looking after her daughter, Ms Smith
Sam Smith, founder and chief exec- has changed finnCap?s maternity
utive, said that parents who work policy to offer staff flexible working
flexible hours or have to leave on time for at least the first couple of years.
for childcare reasons are often made
FinnCap practises what it preaches,
to feel like ?second-class citizens? in with 40 per cent of its staff being
the Square Mile.
female ? while Cavendish also has
A working mother herself, Ms Smith around the same ratio.
said finnCap ? which has just snapped
The recent deal between the pair,
up advisory firm Cavendish Corporate and subsequent successful listing, has
Finance and floated the combined brought together two of the City?s
group on London?s junior
most established names.
Aim market ? has overThe timing of the
hauled its maternity leave
Cavendish deal and float
policy to encourage mothposed challenges, given
ers to return to work.
Brexit uncertainty and
But she said finnCap
market wobbles, but Ms
is by far the exception.
Smith said finnCap is
?Big banks make you
no stranger to riding
feel terrible for leaving at
out turbulence.
5.30pm. That culture is
On the recent IPO, she
awful,? she said.
said: ?It wasn?t the easiest
Her comments come as
thing to close in these
gender diversity and equal
markets, but the story is
pay have been thrust to
compelling and it?s a longthe top of the agenda for
term growth story ? it?s
many companies this year. PROGRESSIVE: Smith not just about the next
Last month, Goldman
six months.?
Sachs announced it would be offering
Ms Smith and Cavendish founder
London staff emergency nannies to Lord Leigh of Hurley have high ambilook after unwell children.
tions to take advantage of the
It marked the latest move by the shake-up in the sector, with consolidainvestment banking giant to increase tion rife as stockbrokers struggle amid
the number of women in senior roles.
new EU legislation, a difficult IPO
Having progressive maternity market and a squeeze on commissions.
policies and encouraging flexible
FinnCap ? a corporate adviser and
working is key to increasing the institutional brokerage for small-cap
number of women in Britain?s board- companies and private firms ? wants
rooms, according to Ms Smith.
to double the size of the business.
?For me, it?s about the culture in the
After initial integration, it plans
firm and wanting to have a diverse to look at securing more deals focused
workforce ? it?s not just about putting on the UK but potentially also
a few women on the board,? she said. overseas in the future.
What the
Sunday
papers say
SUNDAY EXPRESS
MORRISONS is set to take the
Christmas crown this week, as
it is expected to unveil the best
quarterly sales figures of all the
listed supermarkets.
THE taxman and employees of
collapsed airline Monarch have got
back everything they were owed,
according to administrator KPMG.
HOUSE OF FRASER?S secured
creditors will get back even less
than expected, as the cost of its
administration has soared by
more than 50 per cent.
online boiler installation and
services company Hometree is
looking to expand nationwide,
says its founder S
� imon Phelan.
CHRISTMAS BOOST FOR HOBBYCRAFT
Personalised gifts increased profits for the chain of stores
Arts and crafts retailer
Hobbycraft has reported bumper
Christmas sales, as it continues
to fight the consumer trend
towards high tech gadgets.
The group, owned by private
equity firm Bridgepoint, saw like
for like store sales rise 7.1 per
cent over the six weeks to
December 24, while online
revenue rocketed 28 per cent.
Hobbycraft credited the rise to
a series of workshops across its
near 100 outlets, which saw
21,000 shoppers go to
work on projects such as
personalised Advent calendars.
Figures showed an 119 per
cent increase in sales of
?Christmas Eve Boxes? during
the week they were
demonstrated in stores.
Katherine Paterson, customer
director at Hobbycraft, said:
?A personalised present means
so much more, and Christmas
is clearly the perfect time of year
to create something extra special.
?Social media channels and
influencers are helping to drive
this trend, and our results this
Christmas show that crafting a
thoughtful gift or decoration is
a more enriching experience.?
Last year, Hobbycraft booked
a 6 per cent increase in sales
to �8.5million ? its eighth
year in a row of growth.
SUNDAY TIMES
One of the most hotly debated
privatisations of recent years has
attracted fresh controversy after the
Green Investment Bank?s trustees
said they were ?disappointed? by its
weak investment in the UK since it
left state hands.
Instagram fraudsters are duping
brands out of more than �7million
a year, according to research.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
MARKS & Spencer is set to lose
the battle of the Christmas aisles,
as its struggling food arm posts
its worst festive performance for
a decade.
FEARS are growing for the health
of the world?s top companies after
the biggest collapse in corporate
earnings forecasts on record and
growing signs that businesses are
drowning in debt.
OBSERVER
Talks begin this week in Beijing
to end the trade war ? and even
titans such as Apple are feeling
its impact.
Late payers ?should be exposed?
New pound coin goes global
A warning system should
be put in place to alert small
businesses about larger
companies that pay bills late,
a report is urging.
Research for the Small
Business Commissioner
suggested that two-thirds
of large firms take more than
30 days to pay bills.
Paul Uppal said his study
The new 12-sided �coin is
?going global?, the Treasury
has announced ? as overseas
territories and Crown
dependencies will be able
to design and mint their
own versions.
The coin, which was introduced in 2017 and boasts
features designed to thwart
criminals trying to produce
indicated that one in five big
businesses takes at least
50 days to settle bills.
The research among more
than 7,000 companies found
that those in London were
most prompt, paying bills in
3 4 d a y s , wh i l e t h o s e i n
Yorkshire and the Humber
were the worst, taking an
average of 43 days. The
commissioner suggested a
?traffic light? warning system
should be established to
allow small businesses
to identify late payers.
He said: ?Our ambition is
to help small businesses
make more informed choices
when deciding which larger
businesses they are going
to trade with.?
copies, has been described by
the Government as ?the most
secure of its kind in the world?.
The move means those
living overseas may soon be
able to spend the bespoke
versions of the new pound
coin, replacing the older
round 0coins currently in
use.
Many territories and
dependencies have coins
based on older versions of
UK currency and they will
now have the choice to use
this cutting-edge technology
and design to protect their
cash, the Government said.
Features of the new �coin
to thwart counterfeiters
include the denomination
and year date incorporated
++the share hunter++NICHOLAS HYETT++HARGREAVES LANSDOWN++
In August last year Apple celebrated
becoming the world?s first trillion-dollar
company. Six months and a 30 per cent
share price fall later, things don?t look
quite so rosy.
An unscheduled announcement last
Thursday sent shares tumbling 10 per
cent as iPhone sales sagged behind
expectations. Full-year revenue is now set
to come in as much as 9.7 per cent lower
than expected.
CEO Tim Cook attributed the bulk of the
slowdown to economic conditions in
emerging markets, particularly China.
The ongoing trade war with the US
NICHOLAS HYETT
won?t have done the group any favours
EQUITY ANALYST
Hargreaves Lansdown either. Apple also saw upgrades to newer
iPhone models slow in some developed
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Troubled Apple still a great business at its core
markets. That was also blamed on the
state of the wider economy ? but there
was a nod to price pressures as well, and
we think that?s the longer-term challenge.
Apple?s success has been built on a
series of ground-breaking products,
which garnered Apple an unrivalled
reputation for product innovation.
Unfortunately, it?s been a while since
we?ve seen anything truly revolutionary.
The problem is being made worse
because Apple has continued to hike
prices to the point where a top model can
cost over $1,000 (�5). With cheaper
batteries making existing iPhones last
longer, and rivals closing the technology
gap at a fraction of the price, it?s harder for
customers to justify the extra expense.
Of course, it?s not all doom and gloom.
The services business, which includes
Apple Pay, Apple Music and the App
store, is going from strength to strength,
and booked record revenues of
$10.8billion (�48billion) last quarter.
Service sales aren?t so concerned with
the sale of new iPhones, since it?s the
total number of active Apple products that
matters. That grew by more than 100
million last year. Despite setbacks, Apple
remains a great business, making
impressive margins and churning off
bucket-loads of cash.
But unless the company can deliver
another Steve Jobs-style breakthrough,
the days of technological supremacy and
the pricing power that comes with it may
be numbered.�
?This article is designed for investors who make
their own decisions without advice, if unsure
whether an investment is right for you, you should
seek advice. Shares can rise and fall in value so
you could get back less than you invest.?
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SPRINT HANDICAP
5.15 BETWAY
�105 (6)
5f 21yds
(11)
1 (2) 441- l ALASKAN BAY (17) (C&D,F) R Guest 4 9 7..M Harley
2 (1) 08-1 CAPTAIN RYAN (5) (C&D,F) G Deacon 8 9 6(6ex).. K O?Neill
3 (4) 323-RED STRIPES (11) (D,F) Mrs L Williamson 7 9 4
Elisha Whittington(7)
THE Scout
4 (8) 456-ZIPEDEEDODAH (35) (C&D) J Tuite 7 9 3.... Nicola Currie
4.15 Musbaq
6.15 False Id
5 (9) 88-9SHESTHEDREAM (5) Mrs L Williamson 6 8 13.. C Hardie
4.45 Blame Culture
6.45 Hathal
6 (6) 26-2STORM TROOPER (5) (D) C Wallis 8 8 12..R Kingscote
5.15 Alaskan Bay
7.15 Hermocrates
7 (7) 87-8WHISPERING SOUL (5) (D) B Baugh 6 8 12... L Morris
8 (3) 605- BEAMING (107) P Hiatt 5 8 12....................... R Hornby
5.45 Given Choice
7.45 WIRRAL GIRL (nb)
9 (11) L73- CELERITY (7) Mrs L Williamson 5 8 12.. K Lundie(5)
10 (5) 8L8-BARNSDALE (18) (D) Steph Hollinshead 6 8 12
APPRENTICE HANDICAP
Megan Ellingworth(7)
�105 (Cl 6) 7f 36yds (12 declared) 11 (10) 6LL- MINTY JONES (61) (D) M Mullineaux 10 8 12
1 (11) 708- TIDAL SURGE (25) J L Eyre 4 9 7............Jane Elliott Phil Dennis(3)
2 (5) 960-CLASSY CAILIN (52) D M Loughnane 4 9 4...E J Walsh
BLINKERS: Nos. 3, 7 VISOR: No. 11 TONGUE STRAP: No. 6
3 (1) 85L-KELLINGTON KITTY (26) Mike Murphy 4 9 4
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 5, 9 HOOD: No. 5.
T Ladd(3)
W-Factor: Alaskan Bay (99); Red Stripes (98);
4 (9) 583- l MUSBAQ (17) B Haslam 4 9 4...... Tristan Price(7)
Storm Trooper (97).
5 (10) 898-SHOVEL IT ON (28) (D) S Flook 4 9 2.. Finley Marsh
6 (8) 0L0-CASTLEREA TESS (11) (C,D) Sarah Hollinshead 6 9 2 SP FORECAST: 11-4 Alaskan Bay, 4 Red Stripes, 9-2 Captain Ryan,
5
Storm
Trooper, 7 Zipedeedodah, 12 Beaming, 16 Others.
G Malune(3)
7 (3) 00-4PIPER BOMB (3) A McGuinness (IRE) 4 9 2......W Cox
BETWAY LIVE CASINO HANDICAP
8 (4) 987-MR ANDROS (18) (D) B Powell 6 9 2
�752 (5)
1m 5f 219yds (6)
Scott McCullagh(5)
9 (2) 09-4TACEEC (3) A McGuinness (IRE) 4 9 0...C McGovern 1 (6) 624-TIDAL WATCH (19) Jonjo O?Neill 5 9 9.....Fran Berry
10 (6) 98-3DODGY BOB (3) M Mullineaux 6 9 0......... Phil Dennis 2 (5) 412- l GIVEN CHOICE (18) (C) S Crisford 4 9 8.. J Mitchell
3 (3) 097- JACK BEAR (28) (C&D) R Teal 8 9 8.........R Winston
11 (7) 284-MALAYSIAN BOLEH (10) (C&D,F) 4 (4) 856-FALCON CLIFFS (19) A Carroll 5 9 3
P McEntee 9 8 13 Grace McEntee(7) Poppy Bridgwater(5)
12(12) 726- HARBOUR PATROL (67) (C&D) 5 (1) 98L-DREAM MAGIC (52) (C) D M Loughnane 5 9 3....A Mullen
Rebecca Bastiman 7 8 13 Ben Robinson 6 (2) 331- YASIR (23) (C) Mrs S Leech 11 8 7...............D Probert
BLINKERS: Nos. 11, 12 VISOR: Nos. 8, 10
VISOR: No. 3 CHEEK PIECES: No. 1.
TONGUE STRAP: No. 7
W-Factor: Given Choice (99); Yasir (92); Tidal Watch (90).
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 6, 7
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Given Choice, 11-4 Yasir, 3 Tidal Watch, 10 Jack
EYE COVERS: No. 11.
Bear, 12 Falcon Cliffs, 16 Dream Magic.
W-Factor: Musbaq (99); Taceec (98); Piper Bomb (92).
SP FORECAST: 10-3 Musbaq, 9-2 Piper Bomb, 5 Taceec,
BETWAY CASINO HANDICAP
6 Malaysian Boleh, 10 Dodgy Bob, Harbour Patrol, 12 Others.
�105 (6)
1m 1f 104yds (13)
1 (3) 7/43-BOLLIHOPE (304) S L Keightley 7 9 7........... R Havlin
SUN RACING NOVICE STAKES
2 (2) 653-PIKE CORNER CROSS (12) (C&D) E De Giles 7 9 7.. K O?Neill
�752 (5)
7f 36yds
(11) 3 (7) 261- CHAMPAGNE RULES (12) (C&D,F) Mrs S Watt 8 9 7
1 (7) 61/ FOLLOWTHESTEPS (560) (C) I Furtado 4 9 9.. T Hamilton Phil Dennis(3)
2 (9) 346-l BLAME CULTURE (105) (F) G Margarson 4 9 2 4 (10) 7/64-MIDNIGHT VIXEN (24) (F) D M Simcock 5 9 6..S Donohoe
D Probert 5 (6) 492-ARROWZONE (12) (C&D) Kevin Frost 8 9 6.....J Hart
3 (1) LL- GENEVA TRUMPET (65) Seb Spencer 8 9 2 6 (13) 181- l FALSE ID (12) (C&D) David Loughnane 6 9 5...D Probert
Harry Russell(7) 7 (9) 670-ISLAND FLAME (51) (C&D) J L Eyre 6 9 3.. R Winston
4 (5)
MASTER DIVER Sir M Prescott 4 9 2..............L Morris 8 (4) 687-LA SIOUX (30) R Fahey 5 9 2......................T Hamilton
5 (10) 5- MY TOWN CHICAGO (23) Kevin Frost 4 9 2 9 (11) 334-FINAL ATTACK (12) (C&D) Sarah Hollinshead 8 9 0
J Mitchell G Malune(3)
6 (6) 4- ORIENT EXPRESS (20) (F) R Fahey 4 9 2.B McHugh 10 (1) 475- KODI KOH (12) P Evans 4 9 0.......................... J F Egan
7 (4) 5L- LAMBRINI LULLABY (20) Mrs L Williamson 4 8 11 11 (8) 600-BEADLAM (20) (C&D) Roger Fell 6 8 13...B Sanderson(5)
K Lundie(5) 12 (5) 350- LIFEBOAT (J20) Kevin Frost 4 8 13...............L Morris
8 (2) 595-MYSTICAL MOON (18) D C Griffiths 4 8 11...Phil Dennis(3) 13(12) 6L5- TAKIAH (47) P Hiatt 4 8 6.................................A Mullen
9 (11) 5- PURBECK GEM (111) R Brisland 5 8 11... Robbie Walsh(7)
BLINKERS: Nos. 5, 6, 8 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 7, 9, 11.
10 (8) 53/ STRAWBERRYANDCREAM (410) J Bethell 4 8 11 W-F: False Id (99); Champagne Rules (98); Pike Corner Cross (95).
Nicola Currie SP FORECAST: 4 Champagne Rules, 5 False Id, 11-2 Arrowzone,
11 (3) 00- SUTTONWOOD SALLY (31) G Deacon 5 8 11.K O?Neill 6 Pike Corner Cross, 7 Final Attack, 8 Midnight Vixen, 12 Others.
VISOR: No. 8.
STABLE SWITCH: 6.15 Bollihope from R C Guest to S L Keightley,
W-Factor: Blame Culture (99); Orient Express (98);
Lifeboat from C Hills to Kevin Frost. 6.45 Carry On Deryck from S
My Town Chicago (96).
bin Suroor to O Pears, Gold Hunter from A Wintle to S Flook. 7.45
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Blame Culture, 3 Followthesteps, Rizzle Dizzle from K Burke to Rebecca Menzies, Wirral Girl from R
5 Strawberryandcream, 11-2 Orient Express, 6 Others.
Fahey to D P Quinn.
4.15
5.45
6.15
4.45
Chepstow SKYSPORTSRACING
THE Scout
1.05 Empreinte Reconce 2.40 DASHEL DRASHER
1.40 Sevarano
3.15 Doc Carver
2.10 Boy In A Bentley 3.50 CLOUDY GLEN (nap)
SCOTTISH EXPRESS: 3.50 CLOUDY GLEN (nap)
MARES? HCAP HURDLE
1.05 INTERBET.COM
�094 (Cl 4) 2m 11yds (11 declared)
1 224 QUEEN?S MAGIC (23) N Mulholland 7 11 12... T Scudamore
2 5-61 LOVE LANE (32) Henry Oliver 6 11 9....Jason Dixon(7)
3 1L4 SHE?S GINA (40) (D,F) J W Mullins 6 11 6..D Sansom(5)
4 165 l EMPREINTE RECONCE (35) C Tizzard 5 11 6...A Coleman
5 5-69 LITTLE FOLKE (201) (D) Mrs N Evans 8 11 6...M Kendrick(5)
6 0-24 SEA STORY (29) K Bailey 6 11 6.............................. D Bass
7 216 FIELD EXHIBITION (8) Grace Harris 9 11 5...R Johnson
8 34-3 KESTREL VALLEY (31) M Sheppard 5 11 0
S Sheppard(3)
9 346 ANNIE BONNY (26) E Williams 6 10 13............. A Wedge
10 P72 LADY CHARTREUSE (28) Miss V Williams 6 10 12
C Deutsch
11 655 IMPULSIVE LEADER (28) Miss Z Davison 6 10 5
James Best
TONGUE STRAP: No. 5 HOOD: Nos. 7, 8, 11.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7.
W-F: Empreinte Reconce (99); Queen?s Magic (97); Sea Story (97).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Empreinte Reconce, 5 Love Lane, 11-2 Lady
Chartreuse, 6 Queen?s Magic, 13-2 Sea Story, 8 Others.
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2.10
INTERBET.COM NOVS? HCAP CHASE
�614 (4)
2m 7f 131yds (15)
1 222 l BOY IN A BENTLEY (32) N Mulholland 9 12 3
P K Donovan(7)
2 P-44 SANDHURST LAD (30) W Greatrex 8 12 2....R Johnson
3 312 SUTTER?S MILL (21) (D) E Williams 8 11 12...... A Wedge
4 08L THE BOOM IS BACK (31) Christian Williams 7 11 5
T J O?Brien
5 43P TOP AND DROP (23) Miss V Williams 8 11 5...C Deutsch
6 66P DEFINATELY VINNIE (23) Miss J Mathias 9 11 5
C Ring(3)
7 73/7 MOTTS CROSS (18) C Down 8 11 5..................J M Davies
8 75-8 BABYTAGGLE (12) D L Williams 8 11 2
Mr Shane Quinlan(7)
9 P4/2 TIKKAPICK (32) C Tizzard 9 10 13.....................H Cobden
10 4F2 FEARSOME FRED (12) Dr J Naylor 10 10 12
Tom Cheesman(5)
11 50P KIWI MYTH (25) Mrs F M Shaw 7 10 10....... D G Noonan
12 LP-P MURPHY?S NAILS (27) Kerry Lee 7 10 8.... Jamie Moore
13 24-P ONURBIKE (83) J G O?Neill 11 10 0...............J Nailor(7)
14 L-5P ERICAS LAD (217) Miss J Du Plessis 8 10 0...James Best
15 P76 EDDIES PEARL (27) B Forsey 9 10 0..........R Dingle(7)
BLINKERS: No. 12 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 11
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11 HOOD: No. 8.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 3.
W-Factor: Boy In A Bentley (99); Sutter?s Mill (98);
Motts Cross (98).
SP FORECAST: 3 Sutter?s Mill, 5 Boy In A Bentley, 6 Top And Drop,
13-2 Tikkapick, 7 Sandhurst Lad, 8 Fearsome Fred, 16 Others.
NOVICES? HURDLE
2.40 INTERBET.COM
�094 (4)
2m 3f 100yds (13)
MAIDEN HURDLE
1.40 INTERBET.COM
�119 (5)
2m 11yds
(16)
1 0 AVANTGARDIST (24) Henry Oliver 5 11 5....J M Davies
2 3P COBRA COMMANDER (57) T Symonds 5 11 5... B Poste
3 364 DESSIE?S DIAMOND (22) D Coakley 5 11 5
Jonathan Burke
4 337 DRUIDE PREMIER (8) D Pipe 6 11 5.......... T Scudamore
5 4/ HARRY HAZE (618) P C Dando 7 11 5.Mr B R Jones(7)
6 7-66 LOOKS FROZEN (45) N Mulholland 5 11 5..... R T Dunne
7 7L6 MELCHIOR KING (38) P Hobbs 5 11 5............R Johnson
8 8 OSCAR MAGUIRE (51) Olly Murphy 6 11 5.....B J Powell
9 8
OUR BOY (53) Sam Thomas 5 11 5.................. C Deutsch
10 4/3 SAINT DE VASSY (45) T Symonds 6 11 5............. D Bass
11 5-22 l SEVARANO (38) (F) (S) O Sherwood 6 11 5..A Coleman
12 R46 THREE COUNTY?S (22) Olly Murphy 8 11 5...D England
13 LL BONBONNIERE (30) D Skelton 5 10 12........... H Skelton
14 56 DORA?S FIELD (18) W Kittow 6 10 12........... D G Noonan
15 5 FAIR KATE (45) Tom Lacey 5 10 12.....................A Johns
16 17 SORAYA (54) Tom Lacey 5 10 12... Mr Thomas O?Brien(5)
TONGUE STRAP: No. 14 HOOD: Nos. 6, 9.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 11.
W-F: Sevarano (99); Melchior King (96); Three County?s (91).
SP FORECAST: 11-10 Sevarano, 13-2 Melchior King, 10 Saint De
Vassy, 12 Oscar Maguire, Druide Premier, 14 Fair Kate, 16 Others.
NAAS: Hurdle: good-good to yielding in places; chase: good to yielding-good in places
12.50?VALDIEU (S W Flanagan, 10?3 2nd
fav) 1; Final List (9?1) 2; He?s Ok (100?1) 3; Mama
Tried (100?1) 4. 19 ran. 61/2l, 6l, 51/2l. (N Meade; 5-6
fav Barrington Court). Tote: E4.50; pl E2.10,
E2.50, E27.00. exacta: E34.60. trifecta: Not
won. CSF: E33.58.
1.20?ARTICULUM (D J Mullins, evens 2nd
fav) 1; Campeador (9?10 fav) 2; Muroor (22?1) 3. 3
ran. 71/2l, 20l. (T O?Brien). Tote: E1.80; exacta:
E2.50. trifecta: E2.30. CSF: E2.31.
1.50?BATTLEOVERDOYEN (Jack Kennedy,
2?1 fav) 1; Sams Profile (16?1) 2; Getareason (12?1)
3. 8 ran. 23/4l, 2l. (G Elliott). Tote: E3.00; pl E3.10,
E2.30, E1.20. exacta: E26.40. trifecta: E291.80.
CSF: E33.56. Non-runner: Commander Of Fleet.
2.20?PUNCHES CROSS (M P Walsh, 2?1 fav)
1; Quamino (9?1) 2; Arvico Bleu (5?2 2nd fav) 3.
H?cap 7 ran. hd, shd. (Joseph P O?Brien). Tote:
E2.60; pl E1.40, E2.90. exacta: E12.70. trifecta:
E53.20. CSF: E18.86.
2.50?MYSTIQUE HEIGHTS (R A Doyle, 16?1)
1; Latoyah Of North (12?1) 2; Eviscerating (13?2) 3;
45
1 213 CLONDAW ANCHOR (41) D Skelton 6 11 9...... H Skelton
2 2-01 LAMANVER PIPPIN (21) C Tizzard 6 11 9........H Cobden
3 888 ACLASSAGOLD (25) D Faulkner 6 11 2...... N Scholfield
4 P04 CAPTAINS RUN (10) P Hobbs 7 11 2
Mr Stefan Kirwan(7)
5 334 l DASHEL DRASHER (19) J Scott 6 11 2.....M Griffiths
6 1- DICKIE DIVER (372) (F) N Henderson 6 11 2
N De Boinville
7 U-97 ECEPARTI (19) Miss V Williams 5 11 2............. C Deutsch
8 42 NORTH STAR OSCAR (27) W Greatrex 5 11 2...R Johnson
9 8-0L SPRINGCOMBE JOE (18) W G M Turner 7 11 2
Mr R Withey(7)
10 F0 STORM WIZARD (30) Miss V Williams 7 11 2
H Nugent(7)
11 2 TARADA (56) O Sherwood 6 11 2.................... A Coleman
12 1-0P TWO SAMS (37) M Blake 6 11 2........................... T Cannon
13 P-31 WALK IN THE MILL (30) R Walford 9 11 2.James Best
HOOD: No. 1.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 2, 5, 6, 13.
W-Factor: Dashel Drasher (99); Clondaw Anchor (96);
Walk In The Mill (95).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Dickie Diver, 7-2 Dashel Drasher, 4 Walk In The
Mill, 7 Clondaw Anchor, 15-2 Lamanver Pippin, 8 Tarada, 10 North
Star Oscar, 25 Captains Run, Eceparti, 33 Others.
Uno Momento (16?1) 4. H?cap 19 ran. 1l, 3/4l, nk. (L
Comer; 9-2 fav Ming Dynasty). Tote: E25.00; pl
E4.00, E4.20, E1.80, E5.40. exacta: E441.90.
tricast: E1423.77. trifecta: E1152.30. CSF:
E204.14.
3.20?MERI DEVIE (B J Cooper, 5?2 2nd fav)
1; Grey Waters (10?3) 2; Mysloegin (10?1) 3. 6 ran.
13l, 33/4l. (Paul Nolan; 5-4 fav High School Days).
Tote: E3.10; pl E1.30, E1.60. exacta: E9.30. trifecta: E41.00. CSF: E11.34. Non-runners: Missy
Tata, Tell Me Annie.
3.50?ALIYM (Mr P Cawley, 20?1) 1; Top Moon
(11?8 fav) 2; Zambezir (10?3 2nd fav) 3. 9 ran. shd,
3l. (David Kelly). Tote: E20.90; pl E3.00, E1.02,
E1.50. exacta: E40.70. trifecta: E194.70. CSF:
E48.74. Non-runners: Cottie, Thousand Tears.
Jackpot: E1,287.50
Placepot: E790.20
(Race 1) 3, 5, 7; (2) 2; (3) 1, 9, 4; (4)
5, 3; (5) 10, 9, 5, 13; (6) 4, 8;
NEWCASTLE: Standard to slow
1.00?GREY MIST (J Hart, 5?6 fav) 1; Shine
Baby Shine (5?1 jt 2nd fav) 2; Galileo?s Spear (5?1
jt 2nd fav) 3. H?cap 8 ran. 11/4l, 4l. (K McLintock).
Tote: �70; pl �10, �70, �60. exacta: �30.
CONDITIONS STAKES
6.45 BETWAY
�,972 (2)
1m 1f 104yds
7.15
LADBROKES HANDICAP3YO
�105 (6)
1m 1f 104yds (10)
1 (3) 812- FENJAL (9) (S) H Palmer 9 9...........................L Morris
2 (1) 0L4- LETHAL GUEST (19) O Pears 9 8....Ben Robinson(3)
3 (5) 683-NAVADIR (25) M Botti 9 8.........................G Malune(3)
4 (6) 952- l HERMOCRATES (31) (F) R Hannon 9 7.. Rossa Ryan
5 (2) 403-PETERS PUDDING (21) P Evans 9 4.............. J F Egan
6 (7) 507-TAILS I WIN (33) Roger Fell 9 2....... B Sanderson(5)
7 (10) 704- VIN D?HONNEUR (38) S C Williams 8 10..Fran Berry
8 (8) 000-ADAMANTLY (16) M Channon 8 8..................F Norton
9 (4) L67- GEORGE HASTINGS (27) K Burke 8 3...........A Mullen
10 (9) 576- MARGARET J (27) P McEntee 8 2........ Nicola Currie
BLINKERS: No. 5 VISOR: No. 7 TONGUE STRAP: No. 3
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 10 HOOD: No. 3.
W-Factor: Hermocrates (99); Navadir (98); Fenjal (96).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Fenjal, 10-3 Hermocrates, 6 Navadir, 7 Vin
D?honneur, 10 Lethal Guest, 12 Adamantly, Tails I Win, 14 Others.
FILLIES? HANDICAP
7.45 LADBROKES
�752 (5)
7f 36yds
(10)
1 (5) L12- l WIRRAL GIRL (33) D P Quinn 4 9 7..........L Morris
2 (2) 555-ZORAYA (12) (D) P Cole 4 9 7.......................R Da Silva
3 (1) 301- ZAFARANAH (44) (C&D) Mrs P Sly 5 9 6... R Hornby
4 (9) 235-CURIOUS FOX (33) A Carson 6 9 4.............D Probert
5 (3) 236-ELENORA DELIGHT (18) M Botti 4 9 1....M Monaghan
6 (4) LLL- RIZZLE DIZZLE (192) Rebecca Menzies 4 8 12....C Hardie
7 (8) 823-WIND STORM (20) (F) K Burke 4 8 8................J Hart
8 (10) 742-ONE MORE CHANCE (20) M Appleby 4 8 8...A Mullen
9 (6) 5/08-QUEENS CARE (35) (D) Julie Camacho 4 8 7...K O?Neill
10 (7) 567-THORNTOUN LADY (19) (C,T) J Goldie 9 8 2
Nicola Currie
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 5 CHEEK PIECES: No. 2.
W-F: Wirral Girl (99); Zoraya (98); Elenora Delight (98).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Wirral Girl, 4 Zafaranah, 5 One More Chance,
Wind Storm, 7 Zoraya, 8 Curious Fox, 10 Elenora Delight,
20 Thorntoun Lady, 25 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Standard. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2014-19): L Morris 14% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (201419): R Fahey 12% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 4.15 Piper Bomb (cheek
pieces, tongue strap), Shovel It On (wind surgery), 4.45 Mystical
Moon (visor), 5.15 Shesthedream (cheek pieces, hood), 5.45 Tidal
Watch (cheek pieces), Jack Bear (visor), 6.15 La Sioux (blinkers), 6.45
Carry On Deryck (wind surgery), 7.45 Zoraya (cheek pieces, tongue
strap). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 4.15 Musbaq(hcp), Piper Bomb. 5.45
Tidal Watch(hcp). 6.15 Bollihope(hcp). 7.15 Fenjal. 7.45 Wirral Girl(hcp).
DRAW: No advantage in the draw LONGEST TRAVELLER: Piper
Bomb (4.15) & Taceec (4.15) Ireland; Thorntoun Lady (7.45) 285
miles.
HANDICAP CHASE
3.15 INTERBET.COM
�614 (4)
2m 11yds
(7)
1 3PF RAINY DAY DYLAN (18) N Mulholland 8 11 12
T J O?Brien
2 8-33 PADDY?S POEM (35) N Gifford 8 11 7............J M Davies
3 L/3P- DEADLY APPROACH (446) (D) S-J Davies 8 11 4
J Bowen
4 P-83 l DOC CARVER (34) Henry Oliver 8 11 3.....J McGrath
5 15L DARK INVADER (33) (D) E Williams 7 11 1....... A Wedge
6 L/5-F AIR DE ROCK (57) Miss V Williams 7 10 11.... C Deutsch
7 11-2 LICKPENNY LARRY (24) (D) T R Gretton 8 10 1
R T Dunne
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7
CHEEK PIECES: No. 5 HOOD: No. 1.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 1, 7.
W-F: Doc Carver (99); Air De Rock (98); Lickpenny Larry (97).
SP FORECAST: 6-4 Air De Rock, 10-3 Lickpenny Larry, 13-2 Paddy?s
Poem, 15-2 Doc Carver, 8 Dark Invader, 12 Rainy Day Dylan, Deadly
Approach.
3.50
INTERBET.COM HANDICAP HURDLE
�094 (4)
2m 3f 100yds (14)
1 118- WILLIAM B (523) (D) T Vaughan 8 11 12............A Johns
2 650 FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHT (16) D Pipe 6 11 11....T Scudamore
3 8-54 CARRIGMOORNA MATT (39) N Mulholland 8 11 10
N Fehily
4 35-1 l CLOUDY GLEN (8) (D) Miss V Williams 6 11 7...H Nugent(7)
5 616 SAMSON?S REACH (39) (D) R J Price 6 11 5... R T Dunne
6 56-4 HIGH NOON (79) (F) Emma Lavelle 7 11 4... A Coleman
7 647 LANDOFSMILES (11) P Bowen 6 11 4...................J Bowen
8 L-90 PICTURE PAINTER (39) D Pipe 6 11 2......... D G Noonan
9 514 MEAD VALE (25) N Hawke 6 11 2..............T Buckley(10)
10 32-L BELLAMY?S GREY (31) C J Gray 7 10 13........ M G Nolan
11 FL/P- SMOKING JACKET (580) T R George 9 10 12
Jonathan Burke
12 2-7F CHLOE?S COURT (12) R Walford 6 10 10.......M Griffiths
13 32 CASWELL BAY (31) E Williams 4 10 6............... A Wedge
14 84-0 MOUNTAIN OF MOURNE (43) (C&D) Miss L Blackford 10 10 0 James Best
BLINKERS: Nos. 2, 8, 14 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 2, 3
CHEEK PIECES: No. 3.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 14.
W-F: Cloudy Glen (99); Friday Night Light (93); Caswell Bay (92).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Cloudy Glen, 15-2 Friday Night Light, William B,
8 Caswell Bay, 10 Mead Vale, 12 Carrigmoorna Matt, Smoking
Jacket, Samson?s Reach, 14 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Soft. Left Handed. TOP TRACK
JOCKEY (2014-19): R Johnson 22% Strike rate. TOP TRACK
TRAINER (2014-19): E Williams 17% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.10
Murphy?s Nails (blinkers), 3.15 Paddy?s Poem (tongue strap), Doc
Carver (wind surgery). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 1.05 Empreinte
Reconce, Sea Story. 2.10 Top And Drop(hcp ch). 2.40 Clondaw Anchor,
Dashel Drasher, North Star Oscar. 3.50 Mead Vale(hcp hdl), William
B(hcp hdl). LONGEST TRAVELLER: Impulsive Leader (1.05) 147
miles. STABLE SWITCH: 1.05 Little Folke from H De Bromhead in
Ireland to Mrs N Evans. 1.40 Harry Haze from Mrs K Dando to P C
Dando. 2.40 Dickie Diver from M Goff in Ireland to N Henderson. 3.50
RESULTS
tricast: �.82. trifecta: �.40. CSF: �79. Nonrunner: Rubenesque.
1.30?BELABOUR (Becky Brisbourne, 11?2
2nd fav) 1; Nevada (3?1 fav) 2; Hugoigo (18?1) 3.
H?cap 12 ran. 1/2l, 6l. (W Brisbourne). Tote: �80;
pl �90, �30, �70. exacta: �.00. tricast:
�3.45. trifecta: �2.90. CSF: �.80.
2.00?GLAN Y GORS (C Lee, 16?1) 1;
Champarisi (3?1) 2; Trautmann (5?2 2nd fav) 3.
H?cap 9 ran. nk, nk. (D Thompson; 2-1 fav Isle Of
Avalon). Tote: �.40; pl �50, �20, �20. exacta: �.90. tricast: �3.61. trifecta: �2.40. CSF:
�.99. Non-runners: Luv U Whatever, Tor.
2.30?ELYSEES PALACE (L Morris, 8?11 fav) 1;
Dommersen (14?1) 2; Mr Carbonator (5?1 2nd fav)
3. H?cap 9 ran. 3/4l, 1l. (Sir M Prescott). Tote: �60;
pl �02, �40, �80. exacta: �.50. tricast:
�.19. trifecta: �.90. CSF: �.47.
3.00?ONE VISION (J Mitchell, 9?4 fav) 1; Top
Power (11?2) 2; War Tiger (11?2) 3. 9 ran. hd, 23/4l.
(C Appleby). Tote: �40; pl �10, �00, �80.
exacta: �.30. CSF: �.08.
3.30?MADE OF HONOUR (C Lee, 7?1) 1; Call
Out Loud (11?4) 2; Portledge (9?4 fav) 3. H?cap 6
ran. shd, 3l. (K Burke). Tote: �30; pl �50, �70.
exacta: �.10. trifecta: �.40. CSF: �.25.
Placepot: �.30
(Race 1) 4, 3, 1; (2) 3, 1, 7; (3) 5, 7, 2;
(4) 2, 1, 7; (5) 3, 4, 5; (6) 3, 1.
Quadpot: �40
PLUMPTON: Good to soft
Musselburgh
(6)
1 (2) 877- CARRY ON DERYCK (319) (F) O Pears 7 9 1...Ben Robinson
2 (4) 794-DRAGON MALL (34) Rebecca Menzies 6 9 1...S Donohoe
3 (5) 59L- GOLD HUNTER (111) S Flook 9 9 1...........Finley Marsh
4 (3) 244-GORING (16) Eve J-Houghton 7 9 1................ C Bishop
5 (1) 023-l HATHAL (22) (F) J Osborne 7 9 1... Nicola Currie
6 (6) 11-6 MICHELE STROGOFF (5) (C&D) M Appleby 6 9 1
A Rawlinson
VISOR: No. 4 TONGUE STRAP: No. 2.
W-Factor: Hathal (99); Goring (95); Carry On Deryck (87).
SP FORECAST: 11-10 Hathal, 3 Goring, 7-2 Carry On Deryck,
12 Michele Strogoff, 14 Dragon Mall, 33 Gold Hunter.
12.40?BRANDON CASTLE (Bryony Frost,
10?11 fav) 1; Baddesley Prince (7?1) 2; Zoffany Bay
(2?1 2nd fav) 3. 12 ran. 6l, 21/4l. (N King). Tote:
�80; pl �02, �50, �50. exacta: �10. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �44. Non-runner: Los
Cerritos.
1.10?MASTER DINO (D Jacob, 11?10 fav) 1;
Knocknanuss (9?4 2nd fav) 2; Good Man Pat (16?1)
3. 6 ran. 7l, 7l. (G Macaire (FR) ). Tote: �70; pl
�20, �60. exacta: �80. trifecta: �.90. CSF:
�12.
1.40?PHOENIX WAY (A Coleman, 11?8 fav) 1;
Third Wind (3?1 2nd fav) 2; Commanche Red (7?2)
3. 13 ran. 1l, 5l. (H Fry). Tote: �00; pl �20, �50,
�20. exacta: �40. trifecta: �.90. CSF: �91.
2.10?DUC KAUTO (H Cobden, 11?2) 1; Zante
RACINGTV
THE Scout
12.50 Ontopoftheworld
1.25 Nefyn Point
1.55 Henry?s Joy
2.25 Dance Of Fire
3.00 Ballycrystal Court
3.35 Alright Sunshine
KILMANY CUP HANDICAP CHASE
12.50BETWAY
�837 (Cl 3)1m 7f 182yds (2 declared)
1 2L2 l ONTOPOFTHEWORLD (12) (D,T) P Bowen 10 11 12... S Bowen
2 343 CHAIN OF BEACONS (28) (D) Katie Scott 10 10 11.......C Bewley
TONGUE STRAP: No. 2 CHEEK PIECES: No. 1.
W-Factor: Ontopoftheworld (99); Chain Of Beacons (92).
SP FORECAST: 4-9 Ontopoftheworld, 15-8 Chain Of Beacons.
BETWAY EBF ?NAT HUNT? MAIDEN HURDLE
1.25 �094
(4) 2m 3f 171yds
(5)
453 LOOK NOW (42) J Ewart 6 11 6............................. Lucy Alexander
3-35 l NEFYN POINT (12)(T) D McCain 5 11 6....................... B Hughes
70 REAL ARMANI (25) Mrs J Walton 7 11 6.......... Sam Coltherd(5)
8P-P FAIR HOUXTY (232) T Reed 7 10 13................................H Reed(3)
24-P INDIAN OPERA (22) I Jardine 7 10 13............ Ross Chapman(3)
HOOD: No. 4.
W-Factor: Nefyn Point (99); Indian Opera (98); Look Now (83).
SP FORECAST: 10-11 Nefyn Point, 9-4 Indian Opera, 5 Look Now, 16 Real
Armani, 20 Fair Houxty.
1
2
3
4
5
CHASE (NOVICES? LTD HANDICAP)
1.55 BETWAY
�614 (4) 2m 4f 68yds
(6)
L23 l HENRY?S JOY (12) (F,T) D McCain 6 11 8................. B Hughes
368 FORTUNES HIDING (61)(T) (S) P Bowen 6 11 1............... S Bowen
0-LL THE ROAD HOME (70) Miss L Russell 7 11 1..................Derek Fox
434 BUYER BEWARE (20) A Crook 7 11 0.............................. J Kington
L3L BENNY?S SECRET (30) N Alexander 9 10 8...... Lucy Alexander
443 COOL VALLEY (5) William Young Jnr 10 10 5.Sam Coltherd(5)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 3 CHEEK PIECES: No. 1 HOOD: No. 5.
W-F: Henry?s Joy (99); Fortunes Hiding (98); The Road Home (98).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Henry?s Joy, 5-2 Fortunes Hiding, 4 Benny?s Secret,
5 The Road Home, 10 Buyer Beware, 12 Cool Valley.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Right Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY (201419): B Hughes 22% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2014-19): K Dalgleish
14% Strike rate. BEATEN FAVOURITES: 3.35 Alright Sunshine.
1
2
3
4
5
6
DINO MASTER CLASS
FRENCH raider Master Dino put
himself in line for a �,000
bonus when landing Plumpton?s
novice chase yesterday.
Trained by Guillame Macaire,
Master Dino, who had won his last
five races, including his chase
debut at Auteuil, was given a
perfect ride by Daryl Jacob.
Jacob chased the leaders on
the 11-10 favourite before jumping
level with Knockanuss at the
second-last and then striding
clear for a seven-length success.
Macaire said: ?The next step is
Sandown, then the middle
distance (JLT) at Cheltenham. In
my opinion, the Arkle could be
too fast for him.?
The bonus, put up by
Plumpton racecourse, was last
won by Arkle winner Voy Por
Ustedes in 2006.
gossip from
The gallopS
Lambourn: Sevarano
(1.40 Chepstow)
Newmarket: Fenjal
(7.15 Wolverhampton)
North: Ballycrystal Court
(3.00 Musselburgh)
Wales: Fortunes Hiding
(1.55 Musselburgh)
Vital statistics
IN-FORM TRAINERS (last 10 days) J
Osborne 86% (1 wins and 5 places
from 7 runners), Tom Lacey 86%
(3/3/7), Christian Williams 71% (3/2/7),
R Walford 62% (1/4/8), Sir M Prescott
60% (1/2/5), N Henderson 58%
(10/8/31), Miss V Williams 54%
(10/3/24), N Richards 54% (4/3/13), B
Haslam 50% (1/2/6), D Skelton 50%
(5/10/30).
IN-FORM JOCKEYS B Campbell 75% (1
wins and 2 places from 4 runners), R
Havlin 71% (5/5/14), N Currie 62%
(3/7/16), D England 60% (2/1/5), G
Cockburn 60% (1/2/5), K Lundie 60%
(1/2/5), R Kingscote 58% (7/11/31), C
Deutsch 55% (5/1/11), T Ladd 55%
(3/3/11), H Skelton 52% (5/7/23), Fran
Berry 50% (3/1/8), J F Egan 50%
(3/3/12), M Harley 50% (3/6/18).
(10?1) 2; Lee Side Lady (5?1 2nd fav) 3. H?cap 14
ran. 13/4l, 11/2l. (C Tizzard; 4-1 fav Give Him Time).
Tote: �80; pl �20, �00, �10. exacta:
�.90. tricast: �2.34. trifecta: �5.60. CSF:
�.33. Non-runner: Truckers Tangle.
2.40?THE TWO AMIGOS (M Griffiths, 11?8
fav) 1; Calin Du Brizais (14?1) 2; Pearl Swan (9?1) 3.
H?cap 8 ran. 21/4l, 21l. (Nicky Martin). Tote: �20;
pl �10, �50, �50. exacta: �.90. tricast:
�1.15. trifecta: �2.40. CSF: �.78.
3.10?ALF ?N? DOR (S Bowen, 13?2) 1;
Finnegan?s Garden (5?1) 2; Le Capricieux (5?2 fav)
3. H?cap 8 ran. 31/2l, 2l. (P Bowen). Tote: �50; pl
�50, �80, �30. exacta: �.60. tricast:
�1.56. CSF: �.92. Non-runner: Maguire?s
Glen.
3.40?FIRST QUEST (R T Dunne, 3?1 jt fav) 1;
Mr Jack (20?1) 2; Dream Baie (12?1) 3. H?cap 10 ran.
41/2l, 31/4l. (J Boyle; 3-1 jtfav Oden). Tote: �60; pl
�90, �20, �20. exacta: �.80. tricast:
�6.56. trifecta: �1.50. CSF: �.19.
Jackpot: �043.00 Placepot: �.20
(Race 1) 1, 3, 2; (2) 2, 1; (3) 11, 2, 1; (4)
12, 8, 6; (5) 1, 5, 2; (6) 8, 9, 5;
Quadpot: �50
HANDICAP HURDLE
2.25 BETWAY
�159 (4) 1m 7f 124yds
(13)
23L IMPERIAL FOCUS (12) S Waugh 6 11 12................ G Cockburn(3)
595 FELIX MENDELSSOHN (16) W Coltherd 8 11 8....Sam Coltherd(5)
56B CAPTAIN BROWN (67) (D) J Moffatt 11 11 5....................H Brooke
P65 WOT A SHOT (32) (C&D) N Richards 10 11 3.........................R Day
4P0 ELYSIAN PRINCE (20) (D) A B Hamilton 8 11 1....C McCormack(3)
243 SARVI (6) J Goldie 4 11 0......................................................C Bewley
6L-6 l DANCE OF FIRE (35) N Alexander 7 11 0..... Lucy Alexander
2FP FRAME RATE (20) I Jardine 4 10 10............................. C O?Farrell
723 LIFE KNOWLEDGE (6) A Crook 7 10 10........................... J Kington
633 URBAN KODE (35) (C,D) Miss L Russell 11 10 1.....T Willmott(7)
PP5 PAINTERS LAD (35) Mrs A C Hamilton 8 10 0.............. B Hughes
274 HEY BOB (61) (D) C Grant 7 10 0..................................... S Quinlan
7L9 LEONASISLAND (16) W Coltherd 7 10 0.....................J Hamilton
BLINKERS: No. 9 VISOR: No. 10 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 12
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 3 HOOD: No. 13.
W-Factor: Dance Of Fire (99); Urban Kode (98); Sarvi (97).
SP FORECAST: 4 Urban Kode, 11-2 Sarvi, 6 Life Knowledge, 8 Felix
Mendelssohn, Dance Of Fire, 10 Hey Bob, Wot A Shot, 12 Others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
HANDICAP
3.00 BETWAY
�588 (4) 2m 7f 180yds
HURDLE
(7)
1 1L8 TYRELL (12) (D) A Crook 6 11 12....................................... J Kington
2 8-56 FLY VINNIE (28) (C&D) A Whillans 10 11 10....................C Bewley
3 444 RAINY CITY (20)(T) D McCain 9 11 7............................... B Hughes
4 4-62 l BALLYCRYSTAL COURT (28) (C,F) (S) N Richards 7 11 5.R Day
5 3-2L COLBY (20) C Grant 6 11 2................................................... S Quinlan
6 L7L MAX LIEBERMANN (28) Miss L Russell 5 10 11... B Campbell(5)
7 5U3 BALLYNANTY (6) N Alexander 7 10 9................. Lucy Alexander
BLINKERS: No. 3 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 3, 7 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1,
5, 6. W-Factor: Ballycrystal Court (99); Rainy City (98); Tyrell (94).
SP FORECAST: 6-5 Ballycrystal Court, 7-2 Rainy City, 7 Colby, 8 Tyrell,
10 Max Liebermann, 12 Fly Vinnie, 14 Ballynanty.
CASINO STD OPEN NH FLAT
3.35 BETWAY
�249 (4) 1m 7f 124yds
(4)
1 1
MALYSTIC (52) (D,T) P Niven 5 11 9.................................H Brooke
2 12 l ALRIGHT SUNSHINE (16) K Dalgleish 4 10 11........... B Hughes
3 63 AURORA THUNDER (58) Miss L Russell 5 10 9... B Campbell(5)
4 5 KAIZER (37) A Whillans 4 10 4..................................... Craig Nichol
W-F: Alright Sunshine (99); Aurora Thunder (92); Malystic (89).
SP FORECAST: 5-6 Alright Sunshine, 5-2 Malystic, 5 Aurora Thunder, 10 Kaizer.
FIRST TIME: 1.25 Fair Houxty (hood), 3.00 Colby (cheek pieces). LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Ontopoftheworld (12.50) & Fortunes Hiding (1.55) 487 miles.
STABLE SWITCH: 1.25 Fair Houxty from Mrs J Martin-Mayland to T Reed.
46
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
RUGBY UNION: GALLAGHER PREMIERSHIP
WORLD OF SPORT
GRIN WHEN
YOU?RE WINNING:
Willie le Roux
enjoys scoring
Wasps? third try
Waites needs
double vision
DARTS
SCOTT WAITES
promised to be sharper
By Richard Lewis
on the doubles as he
took the first step in
and I have no qualms
his bid for a third
about that, but I need
crown at the BDO
to sort my doubles out.
Lakeside World
If I sort those out I?ll be
Championship
in with a chance.
yesterday.
?I felt my scoring
Waites, champion in
was great. I couldn?t
2013 and 2016, was
complain about that.?
always in control
Waites won the
as he beat
opening set 3-0
Belgium?s
but Van Egdom
Jeffrey van
immediately
Egdom 3-1,
levelled before
hitting eight
the double
180s in a match
champion
at Frimley
won the next
Green which
WAITES
two sets 3-1,
he started
taking the
with a maximum. But
match
on
double four.
he said: ?Those things
?This
is
what you
on the outside of the
prepare all year for,?
board? I didn?t know
added Waites.
what they were.
?This is what you
?I really struggled. I?ll
want to win. I want
have to sort them out
a third world title
for the next game. My
without a doubt.?
darts are going all right
RUGBY LEAGUE
CASTLEFORD?S preparations for the new
season have been rocked by a serious injury
to playmaker Luke Gale.
The England international, 30, who missed a
chunk of last season with a knee problem, hurt
his Achilles in a training session on Saturday.
?Luke has suffered a suspected ruptured
Achilles tendon,? said Tigers? director of rugby
Jon Wells. ?The prognosis doesn?t look great.
?The whole club is gutted for Luke, who had
been progressing well following off-season
surgery to his knee.?
RORY McILROY was
three shots off the lead
after firing a five-under
68, the joint lowest of
the day, in the third
round of the Sentry
Tournament of
Champions in Hawaii.
McIlroy, making his
debut at the winnersonly PGA Tour event,
hit three successive
birdies from the fourth
and picked up another
shot on the ninth on
the Plantation Course
at Kapalua.
The Northern
Irishman then got
up and down at the
14th to briefly tie for
the lead before closing
with four straight pars
to remain 14 under.
GOLF
Gary Woodland leads
the way. The highlight
of the big-hitting
American?s 68 was a
64-foot putt he sank
for an eagle on the
long 15th.
Australian Marc
Leishman also shot a
68 to move into third
place on 13 under.
World No1 Brooks
Koepka was in
29th place after a 73.
He had an eagle at the
ninth but carded three
bogeys coming home.
Ian Poulter was joint
13th after his 73, while
fellow Englishman
Paul Casey?s 68 earned
a share of 11th spot.
Joe relaunches
Wasps? season
JOE
LAUNCHBURY
handed Eddie Jones
a major Six Nations
boost on a day of
renewed concern for
England?s
co-captain
Dylan Hartley.
The second-row ended three
months on the sidelines by
captaining Wasps to a priceless
victory over Midlands rivals
Northampton in Coventry.
His return paid instant
dividends as Dai Young?s team
snapped a desperate run of
form to win for only the second
time in 14 matches.
?You can?t underestimate
how big a factor Joe has been,?
Young said of Launchbury,
right, who missed England?s
entire
autumn
campaign
following knee surgery. ?He
comes back and everything
looks so much better.?
What Saints would have
given for such an injection of
Red
Rose
quality
after
blundering to defeat without
talisman Hartley. Full-back
27
NORTHAMPTON 16
WASPS
By Alex Spink
Ahsee Tuala?s defensive error
gifted one try and Luther
Burrell dropped the ball
over the Wasps line as
Saints
tumbled
down to ninth in
the table.
Director
of
rugby
Chris
Boyd cursed
his side?s ?flat?
display but it
was his update
on
Hartley?s
knee
injury
that will most
concern Jones.
Ten days before
England name their
squad
for
the
Dublin
showdown with Grand Slam
champions
Ireland,
Boyd
suggested his hooker would
not
play
before
the
championship kicks off. He
said: ?Dylan has been working
incredibly hard, doing two to
three sessions a day. But he
might not play again for the
club before going into England
camp.?
Asked if he expected him to
start the Six Nations, Boyd
replied: ?I would have thought
so but those grumbly knees
can keep grumbling.?
What is clear is
that
England?s
second
mostcapped player
of all time will
need to rely on
credit already
in the bank if
he is to win
his 98th cap
against the Irish
on February 2.
Jones
is
no
stranger to picking
on reputation having
selected Chris Ashton in the
autumn despite the winger
having not started his season
due to a lengthy ban.
Even without Hartley Saints
will be mortified by their
no-show
in
front
of
a
16,215 crowd. Victory over
Premiership leaders Exeter
last time out suggested a side
finally hitting their straps and
they arrived with high hopes
of completing a first double in
five years over Wasps.
Yet they barely fired a shot
as Josh Bassett put the home
side ahead with an early try
before Juan de Jongh pounced
on Tuala?s hesitation to gather
his chip and double the lead.
Fraser Dingwall pegged a
try back as Wasps? defence
waved him through, but any
hopes of a Saints fightback
ended when referee Luke
Pearce inexplicably failed to
notice Cobus Reinach touch
down in his own in-goal area.
Instead he allowed play to
continue and Willie le Roux
claimed the decisive try.
For the first time in weeks,
Wasps couldn?t believe their
good fortune.
WASPS ? Tries: Bassett, de Jongh, le Roux.
Cons: Sopoaga 3. Pens: Sopoaga 2.
NORTHAMPTON ? Try: Dingwall. Con:
Biggar. Pens: Biggar 3.
?????????????
????????????? Ritchie denies rift with RFU
?????????????
to
1
?????????????
tackle
?????????????
?????????????
?????????????
1. Which horse has become the first to win the Breeders?
Cup Turf in the same year as the Prix de l?Arc de Triomphe?
2. Who scored a hat-trick for Manchester City in their
6-0 Champions League victory at home to Shakhtar Donetsk?
3. Which young Russian tennis player beat world No1 Novak
Djokovic in the final of the Paris Masters?
4. Which Fulham player?s own-goal gave
Huddersfield Town their first win of the season?
5. Which British runner won the women?s
race in the first London Marathon in 1981?
6. In volleyball, what name is given to the
player who wears a different coloured shirt to
RATINGS
the rest of the team?
0-3 Oh dear
7. How many Masters Green Jackets did
4-6 Small beer
Gary Player win?
7-9 So near
10 Sporting seer
8. Which team did New Zealand beat
145-17 in a Rugby World Cup match in 1995?
9. Which Olympic event is based on a mission of a
19th century cavalry soldier?
10. Which darts player is nicknamed ?Darth Maple??
PROPOSALS
for
a
revamped English top
flight have not left
the
drawing
board
yet,
according
to
Premiership
Rugby
chairman Ian Ritchie.
Reports have surfaced
of
a
rift
between
Premiership Rugby and
the Rugby Football
Union amid suggestions
the clubs could form a
breakaway competition
if their demands for an
end to promotion and
relegation are not met,
but Ritchie described
that as a ?ridiculous?
and
?precipitous?
representation of where
things really stood.
Ritchie played down
any suggestion of a
disagreement with the
RFU over the matter
and said discussions of
how the Premiership
may look in the future
were at the early stages,
and that nothing had
even been put to the
RFU for consideration.
?You would expect
all boards to discuss
issues like Premiership
promotion
and
relegation, and we?ve
been doing that for
some
time,?
said
Ritchie.
?To be clear, we?ve got
an eight-year agreement
with the RFU ? we
work very closely in
partnership with them
? and we?ve not put any
proposals to them about
this yet. And nor have
we finalised our own, so
what we need to do is
consider this further.
?I think it?s a bit
precipitous to say that
there?s a rift between us
because we?ve not had
the discussions yet.?
Premiership clubs are
due to receive around
�0million soon from a
deal with private equity
firm CVC and are
looking to ring-fence
their financial security.
One method would be
removing the threat
of going down. Ritchie
said how the uncertainty
of
promotion
and
relegation affects the
economics of rugby had
to be considered.
RITCHIE: No revamp yet
ANSWERS: 1 Enable. 2 Gabriel Jesus. 3 Karen Khachanov.
4 Timothy Fosu-Mensah. 5 Joyce Smith. 6 Libero. 7 Three. 8 Japan.
9 Modern pentathlon. 10 John Part.
TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN COUNTDOWN
Picture: DAVID MOIR
Melbourne a
doubt for Jo
INJURED:
Konta faces a
race to be fit
for one of her
favourite
events, the
Australian
Open
By Ian Winrow
Johanna Konta has
suffered an injury setback
just a week before the
Australian Open.
The British No1 yesterday
withdrew from the Sydney
International because of a
neck problem.
She retired just 18 minutes
into her second-round qualifying
match against the Russian
Ekaterina Alexandrova while
trailing 4-1.
Konta, who was born in
Sydney, has yet to indicate
whether she will be ready in
time for the big tournament
in Melbourne next week.
It has been a happy hunting
ground: the 27-year-old reached
the semi-finals of the year?s
first Grand Slam in 2016 and the
last eight two years ago.
Elsewhere, her compatriot
Heather Watson booked a place
in the Hobart International
main draw with victory over
Isabelle Wallace.
Having beaten Naiktha Bains
in the first qualifying round, the
British No2 advanced with a
6-4, 6-4 win over the 22-year-old
Australian Wallace.
After a nervy start in which
both players dropped their
first service games, Watson
settled to break back in the
third game and win the opening
set in 45 minutes. Watson, who
won the 2015 Hobart title and
reached the semi-final last year,
failed to take advantage of two
match points at 5-4 but then
dug in to serve out the match.
?When I come to Hobart I?m
always feeling positive and
excited about the tournament,?
she said.
?When I?m happy I play
better. I?m very happy here and
I think it shows in my results.?
Meanwhile, world No1 Simona
Halep will be without a coach
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
47
Hearn is
tempting
Khan with
Brook deal
DELAY:
Crawford
fight is
on hold
for Khan
AMIR KHAN has
stalled on signing a
deal to face Terence
Crawford as he waits
to see the offer from
promoter Eddie Hearn
to fight Kell Brook.
Reports emerged
over the weekend that
claimed Khan will
definitely face WBO
welterweight champion
Crawford in New York
on April 20.
Khan has been offered
�9million to face the
unbeaten American.
But it is understood he
has yet to sign any deal
or even give his word he
will fight Crawford.
The encounter with
the Omaha fighter is
still Khan?s No1 choice
as he believes he can
cause an upset. But the
Bolton man could still
be tempted by an
offer from Hearn.
Matchroom chief Hearn
BOXING
By Chris McKenna
is keen for Khan, who
has one bout left on his
contract with the
British promoter, to
face Brook in an
all-British battle.
Hearn said last
month that he believes
Khan could earn double
what he has been
offered to face
Crawford if he fights
Sheffield star Brook.
He feels that he can
stage the fight in a
stadium and, despite
both Britons looking
poor in their last
contests, is convinced it
will do huge numbers
on pay-per-view TV.
But former lightwelterweight world
champion Khan has yet
to receive a firm offer
from Hearn and is
holding off before
he commits to the
Crawford fight.
Top Rank chief
Bob Arum, who
promotes Crawford, will
give Khan until the end
of the month to sign
their offer and they
remain confident their
fight will happen.
A deal will be
complicated by the
pair?s bad blood
meaning neither man
wants to look weak in
the negotiations.
However, Brook
would come back down
to welterweight for the
fight and has agreed to
a rehydration clause
that means he will not
be able to put on more
than 10lb between the
weigh-in and the
morning of the fight.
Khan is expected to
make a decision on his
next move within a
fortnight.
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for the first few months of the
season after Australian Darren
Cahill left her team because of
?family reasons?.
Halep, gearing up for the
Australian Open by playing in
this
week?s
Sydney
International, has worked with
the former Australia Davis Cup
captain since 2016 and said she
would not replace him until at
least the clay-court season. ?The
situation is that for the next
three to four months I don?t
take a coach... I go with the flow
and I see how it works,? said the
French Open champion.
Japan?s Kei Nishikori beat
Daniil Medvedev in the Brisbane
International final for his first
ATP title in nearly three years.
He won 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 and said:
?I?ve never had a week like this
to start the season.?
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american football
NFL?AFC Wild Card: Houston 7
Indianapolis 21. NFC Wild Card:
Dallas 24 Seattle 22.
Basketball
BBL Ch?ship: Saturday: Leicester
94 Worcester 86, London City 97
Manchester 90. Yesterday: Glasgow
101 Cheshire 96 (OT), Plymouth 83
Newcastle 91, Surrey 78 Manchester
105.
CRICKET
4th Test?Australia v India
(Sydney): India 622-7dec. (167.2
overs; C A Pujara 193, R R Pant
159no, N M Lyon 4-178). Australia
300 (104.5 overs; M S Harris 79; K
Yadav 5-99) and 6-0 (4 overs).
2nd Test?South Africa v
Pakistan (Cape Town): Pakistan
177 (51.1 overs; Sarfraz Ahmed 56;
D Olivier 4-48) and 294 (70.4 overs;
Asad Shafiq 88). South Africa 431
(116 overs) and 43-1 (9.5 overs).
South Africa beat Pakistan by 9
wickets.
Darts
BDO World Ch?ships (Frimley
Green, Surrey)?1st rnd, Men: Saturday: M McGeeney (Eng) bt D Telnekes
(Ned) 3-1, C Whitehead (Irl) bt M
Phillips (Eng) 3-2, W Harms (Ned) bt T
O?Shea (Eng) 3-2. Yesterday: S
Waites (Eng) bt J van Egdom (Bel)
3-1, R Veenstra (Ned) bt N Heydon
(Eng) 3-2. Women: Saturday: M
Suzuki (Jpn) bt L Ashton (Eng) 2-0, S
Prins (Ned) bt R Bulmer (Eng) 2-0.
Yesterday: M O?Brien (Eng) bt D
Hedman (Eng) 2-0, F Sherrock (Eng)
bt C Hammond (Aus) 2-0.
***
Golf
Sentry Tournament of
Champions (Kapalua, Hawaii)?3rd
rnd (USA unless stated, par 73): 202
G Woodland (USA) 67 67 68, 205 R
McIlroy (NIrl) 69 68 68, 206 M
Leishman (Aus) 68 70 68.
Ice hockey
Elite League: Saturday: Belfast 5
Sheffield 4 (OT), Cardiff 3 Manchester
1, Glasgow 9 Dundee 2, Milton
Keynes 2 Coventry 6, Nottingham 2
Fife 6. Yesterday: Belfast 4 Sheffield
3, Coventry 6 Glasgow 5 (SO), Fife 0
Cardiff 6, V Guildford 3 Milton Keynes
2 (OT), Manchester 4 Nottingham 3
(OT).
Netball
Superleague: Celtic Dragons 41
Team Bath 58, Manchester 58
Hertfordshire 51, Severn 49 London P
51, Sirens 56 Surrey 38, Wasps 72
Loughborough 42.
Rugby Union
Gallagher Premiership
Exeter...............14 Bristol................ 9
Exeter?T: Cordero, Lonsdale. C:
Cowan-Dickie, J. Simmonds.
Bristol?P: Madigan (3).
Leicester..........34 Gloucester....... 16
Leicester?T: May (2), Holmes, G. Ford.
C: G. Ford (4). P: G. Ford (2).
Gloucester?T: G. Evans. C: Twelvetrees.
P: Twelvetrees (3).
Newcastle........17Harlequins........ 38
Newcastle?T: Goneva, Chick. C: Connon
(2). P: Connon. Harlequins?T: Crumpton,
Earle, Ibitoye, Clifford, Dombrandt. C:
Smith (5). P: Smith.
Worcester........21 Bath................... 19
Worcester?T: Heem (2). C: Weir. P: Weir
(3). Bath?T: Z. Mercer. C: Burns. P:
Burns (4).
Yesterday
Wasps................27 North?pton....... 16
32, Chinnor 27 Cambridge 26,
Darlington MP 41 Old Elthamians 26,
Esher 49 Ampthill & D 48, Loughborough 53 Caldy 19, Rosslyn Pk 46
Rotherham 24, Sale 31 Cinderford 17.
P W
Exeter.......12 10
Saracens...12 10
Harlequins.12 6
Gloucester.12 6
Sale..........12 6
Wasps.......12 6
Leicester...12 5
Bath..........12 5
North?pton.12 5
Bristol.......12 4
Worcester.. 12 4
Newcastle.. 12 3
TENNIS
Wasps?T: Bassett, de Jongh, le Roux. C:
Sopoaga (3). P: Sopoaga (2).
Northampton?T: Dingwall. C: Biggar. P:
Biggar (3).
D
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
L B
2 11
2 7
6 9
5 6
5 3
6 5
7 9
5 4
7 6
8 8
8 5
9 5
FAPts
361 223 51
370 258 47
304 273 33
297 279 32
241 252 29
277 320 29
299 355 29
255 271 28
285 275 26
272 341 24
255 290 21
224 303 17
Guinness Pro14
B Treviso..........20 Glasgow............ 17
Connacht..........24 Munster............ 31
Edinburgh........38Southern Kings.. 0
Leinster............40Ulster.................. 7
Ospreys............20 Cardiff Blues... 11
Scarlets...........22 Dragons............ 13
Yesterday
Zebre.................12 Cheetahs........... 27
P W
Munster....13 9
Glasgow.....13 8
Ospreys.....13 8
Connacht...13 7
Cardiff B...13 6
Cheetahs...11 3
Zebre........13 3
P W
Leinster.....13 11
Edinburgh..13 7
B Treviso...13 7
Scarlets.....13 7
Ulster........13 7
Dragons.....13 4
Southern K.11 1
D L B
0 4 8
0 5 10
0 5 5
0 6 9
0 7 8
1 7 8
0 10 4
D L B
0 2 10
0 6 7
0 6 7
0 6 6
1 5 3
0 9 2
0 10 8
FAPts
396 243 44
351 258 42
295 258 37
302 253 37
303 253 32
241 334 22
163 339 16
FAPts
457 210 54
284 271 35
263 274 35
318 301 34
251 316 33
208 355 18
200 367 12
National Lge?One: B?ham Moseley 41
Bishop?s S 31, Blackheath 27 Plymouth
Hopman Cup (Perth, Australia)?
Final: Switzerland v Germany,
Men: R Federer (Swi) bt A Zverev
(Ger) 6-4 6-2. Women: A Kerber
(Ger) bt B Bencic (Swi) 6-4 7-6
(8-6). Mixed Doubles: R Federer &
B Bencic (Swi) bt A Zverev & A
Kerber (Ger) 4-0 1-4 4-3 (5-4).
Switzerland beat Germany 2-1.
ATP & WTA Brisbane Int?l
(Australia)? Final, Men: (2) K
Nishikori (Jpn) bt D Medvedev (Rus)
6-4 3-6 6-2. Women: (5) K Pliskova
(Cze) bt L Tsurenko (Ukr) 4-6 7-5 6-2.
ATP ExxonMobil Open (Doha,
Qatar)?Final: (7) R Bautista Agut
(Spa) bt T Berdych (Cze) 6-4 3-6 6-3.
ATP Tata Open (Pune, India)?Final:
(1) K Anderson (Rsa) bt I Karlovic
(Cro) 7-6 (7-4) 6-7 (2-7) 7-6 (7-5).
WTA ASB Classic (Auckland)?
Final: (2) J Goerges (Ger) bt B V
Andreescu (Can) 2-6 7-5 6-1.
WTA Shenzen Open (China)?Final:
(1) A Sabalenka (Blr) bt A Riske (USA)
4-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-3.
Today?s diary
CRICKET
Third One Day Int?l: New Zealand v
Sri Lanka (Nelson, 10pm).
TENNIS
ATP ASB Classic (Auckland).
ATP & WTA Sydney Int?l (Australia).
WTA Hobart Int?l (Australia).
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Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
ALL THE WEEKEND
FOOTBALL ACTION
ROUND-UP
Rovers deal
for Coughlan
LEAGUE ONE
BRISTOL ROVERS,
who did not play at the
weekend, yesterday
appointed Graham
Coughlan as their
new manager on a
two-and-a-half year deal.
The 44-year-old has
impressed at the club
during a five-match spell
as caretaker-manager
following the departure
of Darrell Clarke in
mid-December.
Coughlan has seen the
Pirates collect 10 points
during that time and the
club have moved out of
the relegation zone.
?From early on,
we saw something in
Graham that suggested
he was the right man to
take this club forward,?
said Rovers president
Wael Al-Qadi.
On Saturday,
Sunderland drew 1-1 at
Charlton and boss Jack
Ross said: ?Sometimes
the expectation on us
means that there?s
disappointment when
we don?t win. The reality
is it?s a tough league
with some good teams.?
Burton Albion face
Manchester City in the
Carabao Cup semi-final
first leg on Wednesday
night and they prepared
in good fashion with a
4-0 win at Rochdale.
Flitcroft: We
can go again
LEAGUE TWO
MANSFIELD manager
David Flitcroft wants
his players to dust
themselves down and go
again after seeing their
17-match unbeaten
league run end 3-2 at
managerless Carlisle.
Flitcroft said: ?We?ll
take the positives and
work on the negatives.
The next run of games
will be important.?
Tommy Wright and
Paul Murray were in
charge of Carlisle after
John Sheridan resigned
on Friday.
Nicky Maynard?s
strike for Bury was
enough to see off Yeovil.
?A couple of people
have said we?re a terrific
footballing team but we
also want to be known
as a winning team,? said
manager Ryan Lowe.
Yeovil are now winless
in 10 matches but their
manager Darren Way
vowed to stay and fight.
Macclesfield manager
Sol Campbell said his
players must learn from
their mistakes after
Swindon came from
behind to win 2-1.
?They?ve let go a game
they were in control of
and we?re better than
that,? said Campbell.
NON-LEAGUE
FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Vanarama National League
AFC BOURNEMOUTH (0)...1
BRIGHTON (2) ............... 3
EVERTON (2) ...................2
LINCOLN C (1) ............... 1
Pugh 55
Att: 10,522
Knockaert 31, Bissouma 34
Andone 64
Lookman 12
Bernard 14
Bostwick 28
Att: 37,900
FLEETWOOD TOWN (0).....2
AFC WIMBLEDON (1)...... 3
Madden 70, Evans 72 (pen)
Att: 2,131
Barcham 16, Hartigan 55
Appiah 90
GILLINGHAM (0) ..............1
CARDIFF (0) .................. 0
ACCRNGTN (0) ................1
IPSWICH (0) .................. 0
Kee 76
Att: 2,869
ASTON VILLA (0)..............0
SWANSEA (1)................. 3
Att: 30,572
Baker-Richardson 2
Dyer 47, Fulton 78
BLACKPOOL (0) ...............0
ARSENAL (2).................. 3
Att: 8,955
Willock 11, 37, Iwobi 82
BOLTON (0) ....................5
WALSALL (1).................. 2
Donaldson 58
Magennis 61, 80, 87
Guthrie 63 (og)
Cook 19
Beevers 68 (og)
Att: 5,506
BRENTFORD (0)...............1
Brownhill 72
BURNLEY (0) ...................1
Mata 22 (pen), Lukaku 45
Att: 73,918
MIDDLESBROUGH (0).......5
PETERBORO (0) ............. 0
BLACKBURN (0) ............. 1
Ritchie 85 (pen)
Dack 56
HUDDERSFLD (0) ........... 0
NORWICH (0) ..................0
PORTSMOUTH (0) .......... 1
Att: 23,201
Green 90
BARNSLEY (0)................ 0
SHEFF WED (0) ...............0
LUTON (0) ..................... 0
SHREWSBRY (1) ..............1
STOKE (0) ..................... 1
Att: 11,053
Wood 90 (pen)
READING (0) .................. 0
NEWCASTLE (0) ...............1
Att: 6,106
BRISTOL C (0) .................1
Att: 7,090
MANCHESTER UTD (2) .....2
Assombalonga 47, 70
Att: 11,647
Friend 50, Wing 63, Fletcher 87
OXFORD UTD (0) ............ 0
Maupay 80 (pen)
List 81
Att: 36,440
Att: 16,974
CHELSEA (0) ...................2
NOTTM FOR (0) ............. 0
Morata 49, 59
Norburn 45 (pen)
Crouch 78
CRYSTAL PALACE (0) .......1
Att: 40,544
GRIMSBY (0) ................. 0
WEST BROM (1) ..............1
WIGAN (0) ..................... 0
Ayew 86
Sako 31
Att: 15,465
DERBY (0) .......................2
Att: 19,967
SOUTHAMPTON (1) ........ 2
WEST HAM (1).................2
BIRMINGHAM (0) ........... 0
Marriott 58
Lawrence 61
Redmond 4, 48
Att: 17,095
Arnautovic 2
Carroll 90
Att: 54,840
Att: 7,512
FOURTH ROUND DRAW LIVE TONIGHT (BBC1 ) AFTER WOLVES V LIVERPOOL
PLAYED YESTERDAY
FULHAM (0) ....................1
Odoi 52
Att: 16,134
MANCHESTER CITY (3).....7
OLDHAM (0) .................. 2
Surridge 76 (pen)
Lang 88
ROTHERHAM (0) ............ 0
Sterling 12, Foden 43
Att: 52,708
Ajayi 45 (og), Gabriel Jesus 53
Mahrez 73, Otamendi 78
Sane 85
MILLWALL (0)..................2
HULL (0) ....................... 1
Ferguson 82, 85
Toral 52
Att: 5,307
NEWPORT C (1) ...............2
LEICESTER (0) ............... 1
Matt 10
Amond 85 (pen)
Ghezzal 82
Att: 6,705
PRESTON NORTH END (0) 1
DONCASTER (1) ............. 3
Hughes 56
Att: 8,101
Marquis 5
Anderson 72
Wilks 87
QPR (1) ..........................2
Oteh 23 (pen)
Bidwell 75
SHEFF UTD (0) ................0
WOKING (0) ....................0
LEEDS (1)...................... 1
Halme 25
Att: 11,637
BARNET (1) ................... 1
Coulthirst 21 (pen)
Att: 9,906
WATFORD (1) ................ 2
Hughes 13
Deeney 74
Att: 5,717
Played Friday: Tranmere 0 Tottenham Hotspur 7.
PREMIER
P
Liverpool ..................21
Man City ...................21
Tottenham Hotspur....21
Chelsea ....................21
Arsenal .....................21
Man Utd ...................21
Leicester ..................21
Watford ....................21
Wolves .....................21
West Ham .................21
Everton.....................21
AFC Bournemouth .....21
Brighton ...................21
Crystal Palace ...........21
Newcastle .................21
Burnley.....................21
Cardiff......................21
Southampton ............21
Fulham .....................21
Huddersfield .............21
W
17
16
16
13
12
11
9
8
8
8
7
8
7
6
4
5
5
3
3
2
D
3
2
0
5
5
5
4
5
5
4
6
3
5
4
6
3
3
7
5
4
L F
1 49
3 56
5 46
3 38
4 46
5 43
8 25
8 30
8 23
9 29
8 31
10 31
9 24
11 19
11 15
13 21
13 19
11 21
13 19
15 13
A
10
17
21
16
31
32
23
31
25
32
31
40
29
26
29
42
41
38
47
37
Pts
54
50
48
44
41
38
31
29
29
28
27
27
26
22
18
18
18
16
14
10
CHAMPIONSHIP
P
Leeds .......................26
Norwich ....................26
Sheff Utd ..................26
West Brom ...............26
Middlesbrough ..........26
Derby .......................26
Nottm Forest ............26
Birmingham ..............26
QPR .........................26
Aston Villa ................26
Bristol City ...............26
Swansea ...................26
Hull ..........................26
Stoke .......................26
Blackburn .................26
Sheff Wed.................26
Preston North End.....26
Brentford .................26
Millwall.....................26
Wigan .......................26
Rotherham ................26
Bolton ......................26
Reading ....................26
Ipswich .....................26
W
15
14
14
13
11
12
9
9
11
9
10
10
10
8
8
8
7
6
7
7
5
5
4
2
D
6
7
5
7
10
7
12
12
6
11
8
6
6
11
10
8
8
10
7
5
10
7
8
9
L F
5 44
5 48
7 45
6 54
5 28
7 38
5 39
5 38
9 33
6 49
8 32
10 35
10 36
7 30
8 33
10 32
11 38
10 36
12 33
14 25
11 25
14 17
14 28
15 21
A
28
34
28
34
18
32
29
28
34
40
28
31
33
31
41
42
43
36
41
40
41
38
41
46
Pts
51
49
47
46
43
43
39
39
39
38
38
36
36
35
34
32
29
28
28
26
25
22
20
15
TODAY
(7.45pm unless stated)
Emirates FA Cup 3rd Round
Wolverhampton v Liverpool ................
(Live on BBC 1)
TOMORROW
Carabao Cup Semi-final
First Leg
Tottenham v Chelsea ........................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Vanarama National League: Bromley
v Wrexham, Gateshead v Solihull
Moors.
Checkatrade Trophy Third Round:
Accrington v Bury, Cheltenham v Oxford Utd,
Northampton v Bristol Rovers, Port Vale v
Shrewsbury, Rochdale v Man City (7pm),
Southend v Portsmouth, Sunderland v
Newcastle
Ladbrokes Premiership
CHARLTON (0) ...... 1 SUNDERLND (1)..1
James 50 (og)
O?Nien 2
Att: 16,317
ROCHDALE (0) ...... 0 BURTON ALB (2) 4
Harness 19, 30, 86
Boyce 78
Att: 2,666
SCUNTHORPE (0).. 2 COVENTRY (0) ....1
Perch 67
Sutton 74
P
Portsmouth...............26
Luton .......................26
Sunderland ...............25
Charlton ...................27
Barnsley ...................25
Doncaster .................26
Peterborough ............26
Coventry ...................27
Burton Albion ............26
Southend ..................26
Blackpool .................25
Fleetwood .................26
Accrington ................25
Wycombe ..................26
Walsall .....................26
Shrewsbury ...............26
Scunthorpe ...............27
Rochdale ..................27
Gillingham ................26
Bristol Rovers ...........26
Bradford...................26
Oxford Utd ................26
Plymouth ..................26
AFC Wimbledon .........26
Chaplin 78
Att: 4,692
W D L F
17 6 3 46
15 7 4 49
14 9 2 46
14 5 8 43
13 7 5 40
13 6 7 47
12 8 6 45
11 5 11 29
10 5 11 34
11 2 13 32
9 8 8 26
9 7 10 35
9 7 9 27
8 8 10 34
8 8 10 28
7 9 10 29
8 6 13 34
8 6 13 33
8 4 14 36
7 6 13 25
8 3 15 31
6 8 12 31
6 6 14 31
6 4 16 20
A
24
24
24
31
22
32
33
31
33
31
25
30
35
38
41
32
52
56
43
29
40
41
47
37
Pts
57
52
51
47
46
45
44
38
35
35
35
34
34
32
32
30
30
30
28
27
27
26
24
22
JD WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE:
Caernarfon Town 3 Carmarthen 1,
Cardiff Met Uni 3 Bala Town 0, Cefn
Druids 2 Barry Town United 5,
Llanelli Town 2 Llandudno 1.
IRISH CUP?5th rd: Ards 0 Carrick
1, Ballinamallard Utd 5 PSNI 1,
Cliftonville 0 Dungannon Swifts 1,
Coleraine 2 H & W Welders 0,
Crusaders 4 Glentoran 1, Dergview
3 Maiden City 2, Dundela 1
Ballymena 3, Glenavon 5
Rosemount Rec 0, Institute 0
Warrenpoint Town 2, Knockbreda 1
Strabane Athletic 2, Larne 2 Newry
1, Limavady 0 Larne Tech OB 2,
Linfield 1 Ballyclare 0, Loughgall 1
Crumlin Star 4, Portadown 5 Abbey
Villa 1, Queen?s University 6 Lisburn
Distillery 0.
WEDNESDAY
Carabao Cup Semi-final
First Leg
Man City v Burton .............................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Checkatrade Trophy Third Round:
Chelsea v Peterborough (7pm)
FRIDAY
Sky Bet Championship
Leeds v Derby ..................................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
SATURDAY
(3pm unless stated)
Premier League
Brighton v Liverpool...........................
Burnley v Fulham ..............................
Cardiff v Huddersfield ........................
Chelsea v Newcastle (5.30) ...............
CAMBRIDGE (2) .... 2 STEVENAGE (0)...0
Amoo 35
Brown 45
Att: 4,235
Sowerby 4
Hope 26, 79
Preston 77
Walker 86
Att: 4,563
CARLISLE (2) ........ 3 MANSFIELD (0)...2
COLCHESTER (2)... 3 NOTTS CO (3).....3
Szmodics 8
Mandron 45
Pell 67 (pen)
Stead 16
Jones 19
Dennis 32
Att: 3,181
P
Celtic .......................20
Rangers ....................21
Kilmarnock ...............21
Aberdeen ..................21
Hearts ......................21
St Johnstone .............20
Livingston .................21
Hibernian ..................21
Motherwell ...............21
Hamilton...................21
St Mirren ..................21
Dundee .....................21
W
13
12
12
12
11
10
8
7
6
4
3
2
D
3
6
5
3
3
4
6
8
3
2
3
4
L F
4 46
3 43
4 32
6 34
7 26
6 25
7 26
6 30
12 20
15 14
15 15
15 15
A
14
16
20
24
26
24
19
22
33
43
39
46
Pts
42
42
41
39
36
34
30
29
21
14
12
10
W
15
11
10
9
9
8
6
5
4
5
D L F A
4 1 45 17
5 4 47 26
2 8 30 28
3 8 28 33
2 9 30 26
4 8 26 31
5 8 22 26
4 11 30 38
4 11 23 34
1 14 20 42
Pts
49
38
32
30
29
28
23
19
16
16
Ladbrokes League Two
ANNAN ATH (1) ..... 2 ELGIN (0) ...........0
Ladbrokes Championship
Muir 41, 85
Att: 326
Att: 2,729
Cox 45
Swan 61 (pen)
Att: 384
Att: 621
Smith 51
Dow 29
Att: 754
Love 85
Lamont 86
McLaren 13
Hawke 69
Rodgers 15
Fotheringham 19
Att: 642
W D L F A Pts
14 2 3 34 11 44
13 2 3 40 14 41
12 3 4 33 18 39
8 4 7 29 22 28
8 1 10 28 38 25
6 4 8 23 21 22
6 3 9 22 27 21
5 5 8 15 22 20
4 2 12 19 45 14
1 4 13 16 41 7
AYR (0) ................. 0 FALKIRK (0)........1
CRAWLEY TN (1) ... 1 CHELTENHAM (0)0
P
Arbroath ...................20
Raith ........................20
East Fife ...................20
Forfar.......................20
Airdrieonians ............20
Montrose ..................20
Stranraer ..................19
Dumbarton................20
Brechin ....................19
Stenhousemuir ..........20
Rudden 56
DUNDEE UTD (0) ... 1 PARTICK (1) .......1
COWDENBTH (1) ... 2 BERWICK (0) ......0
Palmer 39 (pen)
Att: 2,623
MACCLESFLD (1) .. 1 SWINDON (1)......2
Fyvie 62 (pen)
Marsh 14
Richards 37
McCourt 90
Att: 1,964
DUNFERMLNE (2).. 2 ALLOA (0) ...........2
PETERHEAD (1)..... 1 CLYDE (0) ...........2
INVERNESS CT (0) 1 QN OF STH (0)....2
QUEEN?S PRK (1) .. 2 ALBION (2) .........2
MORECAMBE (0)... 2 CREWE (1)..........2
Tutte 63
Ellison 84
Jones 27
Porter 90 (pen)
Att: 1,662
YEOVIL (0) ............ 0 BURY (1) ............1
P
Lincoln City ...............25
MK Dons...................25
Bury .........................27
Mansfield .................25
Carlisle.....................27
Forest Green.............25
Exeter ......................26
Colchester ................27
Tranmere ..................26
Oldham.....................26
Stevenage .................27
Swindon....................27
Newport County.........25
Grimsby ....................26
Crawley Town ............26
Crewe.......................27
Northampton.............26
Cheltenham ..............26
Port Vale ..................26
Morecambe...............27
Cambridge ................27
Yeovil .......................25
Macclesfield .............27
Notts County.............27
Maynard 24
Att: 2,426
W D L F
15 6 4 45
13 8 4 41
13 7 7 49
11 12 2 37
14 3 10 45
11 10 4 39
12 7 7 38
12 7 8 39
10 9 7 38
10 8 8 40
11 5 11 31
9 9 9 29
10 6 9 35
10 4 12 29
10 3 13 33
9 5 13 27
6 12 8 32
7 8 11 31
7 8 11 26
7 6 14 28
7 5 15 24
5 9 11 27
5 6 16 23
4 9 14 29
A
24
19
29
19
32
25
28
30
32
33
34
35
42
32
38
34
35
38
33
44
47
32
44
56
Pts
51
47
46
45
45
43
43
43
39
38
38
36
36
34
33
32
30
29
29
27
26
24
21
21
(Live on BT Sport 1)
Crystal Palace v Watford ....................
Leicester v Southampton ...................
West Ham v Arsenal (12.30) .............
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Sky Bet Championship
Birmingham v Middlesbrough .............
Brentford v Stoke..............................
Bristol City v Bolton...........................
Hull v Sheffield Wednesday ................
Ipswich v Rotherham .........................
Millwall v Blackburn (5.30) ................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Preston North End v Swansea ............
Reading v Nottingham Forest .............
Sheffield Utd v QPR ..........................
West Brom v Norwich ........................
Doolan 9
Att: 5,282
Keena 18
Flannigan 28 (og)
Trouten 49, 90
Att: 4,723
Walsh 69
Att: 2,225
Mercer 83
Dobbie 84
W D L F
11 6 3 35
10 6 3 34
9 6 5 30
7 7 6 23
6 9 5 29
5 11 3 26
6 6 8 22
4 8 8 21
4 4 12 17
4 3 13 18
P
Ross County..............20
Ayr ...........................19
Dundee Utd ...............20
Morton .....................20
Queen of South .........20
Inverness CT .............19
Dunfermline ..............20
Alloa ........................20
Falkirk......................20
Partick .....................20
A
16
17
29
28
23
22
27
29
31
33
Pts
39
36
33
28
27
26
24
20
16
15
Ladbrokes League One
ARBROATH (0) ...... 1 BRECHIN (0).......0
McCord 82
Att: 1,061
Barr 18, 85
Att: 619
Hilson 4, Baird 37
Easton 41
Dowds 20
Att: 725
Wilkie 18
McIntosh 45
Davidson 18
Gillespie 33
Murray 38
Vaughan 40
Duggan 52
Ross 25
Att: 1,398
Cameron 57
Att: 317
Rennie 4 (pen),
16 (pen)
DUMBARTON ....... 2 FORFAR .............3
EAST FIFE (1)........ 1 AIRDRIE (2) ........2
RAITH (4) .............. 5 STENHSMUIR (1) 1
STRANRAER (0)..... 1 MONTROSE (2) ...2
Wigan v Aston Villa ...........................
Sky Bet League One
Accrington v Bristol Rovers.................
Barnsley v Bradford ...........................
Burton v Gillingham...........................
Coventry v AFC Wimbledon ................
Fleetwood v Oxford Utd......................
Peterborough v Rochdale ...................
Portsmouth v Blackpool .....................
Shrewsbury v Charlton .......................
Southend v Plymouth ........................
Sunderland v Luton ...........................
Walsall v Scunthorpe.........................
Wycombe v Doncaster .......................
Sky Bet League Two
Bury v Milton Keynes Dons ................
Cheltenham v Tranmere ....................
EDINBURGH C (0) . 0 STIRLING (0) ......1
P
Edinburgh City...........19
Peterhead .................18
Clyde ........................19
Annan Athletic...........19
Elgin.........................19
Cowdenbeath ............18
Stirling .....................18
Queen?s Park ............18
Berwick ....................18
Albion.......................18
BREEDON HIGHLAND LGE: Buckie
Thistle 0 Brora 4, Deveronvale 2
Clachnacuddin 1, Formartine United
14 Fort William 1, Huntly 2 Keith 1,
Inverurie Loco Works 3 Strathspey
Thistle 2, Lossiemouth 0 Rothes 4,
Nairn County 1 Fraserburgh 2, Turriff
United 0 Cove Rangers 1, Wick
Academy 0 Forres Mechanics 0.
GEOSONIC LOWLAND LGE: BSC
Glasgow 1 Civil Service Strollers 1,
Cumbernauld Colts 0 East Kilbride
3, East Stirling 3 Kelty Hearts 3,
Gala Fairydean P Selkirk P, Gretna
2008 5 Dalbeattie Star 2, Stirling
University 1 Edinburgh Univ 1, Vale
Of Leithen 5 Edusport Academy 4,
Whitehill Welfare 1 Spartans 1.
Crewe v Newport Co..........................
Exeter v Morecambe .........................
Grimsby v Macclesfield ......................
Mansfield v Yeovil .............................
Northampton v Carlisle ......................
Notts County v Cambridge Utd ...........
Oldham v Forest Green......................
Port Vale v Colchester .......................
Stevenage v Crawley .........................
Swindon v Lincoln City.......................
Ladbrokes Championship
Alloa v Morton ..................................
Dundee Utd v Dunfermline.................
Inverness CT v Ayr.............................
Partick v Falkirk ................................
Queen of the South v Ross County .....
COUPON NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49
FULL-TIME 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 2 1 1 1
RESULT H A A H A H H H H H SD H A A H H H H H SD H A A H A D SD H H A H H SD H A SD A A SD SD A H SD SD A D A H A
BROMLEY (2) ........ 3
CHESTERFLD (0) ... 3
DAG & RED (3) ...... 4
FC HALIFAX (0) ..... 0
GATESHEAD (0)..... 0
HARTLEPOOL (1)... 1
HAVANT & W (0) ... 2
L ORIENT (0) ......... 0
SOLIHULL M (2) .... 4
SUTTON UTD (1) ... 2
WREXHAM (0) ....... 0
P
Leyton Orient ............29
Salford City...............29
Wrexham ..................28
Solihull Moors...........28
AFC Fylde .................29
Sutton Utd ................28
Harrogate Town ........29
Gateshead ................28
Ebbsfleet United........29
Eastleigh ..................29
Barrow .....................29
Boreham Wood .........29
Bromley ....................28
Hartlepool ................29
Barnet ......................25
Dag & Red ................29
FC Halifax .................28
Dover .......................29
Havant and W............29
Maidenhead Utd ........28
Aldershot ..................28
Chesterfield ..............28
Maidstone Utd ..........28
Braintree Town .........29
AFC FYLDE (1) ....2
EBBSFLEET (3) ...3
BOREHAM W (3) .4
BRAINTREE (0) ...0
MAIDENHEAD (1) 1
MAIDSTONE (2) ..2
BARROW (0) .......0
SALFORD C (2) ...3
EASTLEIGH (0)....1
HARROGATE T (0)1
DOVER (0) ..........1
W
16
16
15
15
13
13
13
14
12
12
11
9
10
9
10
10
7
8
7
8
7
4
7
4
D
9
7
8
6
11
10
8
4
8
7
6
11
6
9
5
5
12
7
8
4
6
14
4
7
L F
4 49
6 56
5 36
7 43
5 45
5 38
8 54
10 36
9 43
10 33
12 32
9 32
12 40
11 31
10 26
14 34
9 26
14 30
14 41
16 28
15 24
10 27
17 25
18 25
A
20
31
18
25
23
31
39
27
31
38
34
33
43
38
28
38
31
46
52
50
45
37
43
53
Pts
57
55
53
51
50
49
47
46
44
43
39
38
36
36
35
35
33
31
29
28
27
26
25
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VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE?
North: AFC Telford 2 Spennymoor
Town 1, Blyth Spartans 1 Alfreton
Town 1, Boston Utd 1 Altrincham 2,
Brackley 3 Ashton Utd 1, Curzon
Ashton 1 York 0, Darlington 3
Kidderminster 0, FC United of
Manchester 0 Chester FC 2,
Guiseley 1 Leamington 1, Hereford
FC 1 Chorley 1, Southport 1
Nuneaton Borough 1, Stockport
County 3 Bradford P A 0. South:
Chelmsford 2 Hampton & Richmond
0, Chippenham 2 Eastbourne
Borough 3, Dulwich 0 Bath City 2,
East Thurrock 2 Gloucester 0,
Hungerford Town 2 Concord Rangers
1, St Albans 1 Oxford City 0, Torquay
4 Slough 0, Wealdstone 1 Dartford
1, Welling 5 Truro City 3,
Weston-S-Mare 2 Billericay 3.
EVO-STIK NORTHERN PREMIER?
Prem: Bamber Bridge 3 Grantham
1, Basford Utd 3 Hyde United 8,
Buxton 2 Whitby 0, Farsley Celtic 3
Warrington Town 3, Gainsborough 0
Nantwich Town 0, Lancaster City 1
Matlock Town 0, Mickleover Sports 2
Stalybridge 1, North Ferriby Utd 0
Marine 2, Scarborough Athletic 5
Hednesford 3, Stafford Rangers 1
Workington 1, Witton Albion 0 South
Shields 1.
EVO-STIK SOUTHERN PREM?
Central: Banbury 6 Barwell 1,
Bedworth Utd 0 Stourbridge 3,
Biggleswade Town 1 St Ives Town 0,
Halesowen 1 Coalville Town 3,
Hitchin Town 3 AFC Rushden &
Diamonds 4, Kettering 2 Tamworth
1, King?s Lynn Town 1 Leiston 1,
Lowestoft Town 0 Needham Market
2, Rushall Olympic 1 Redditch 3, St
Neots Town 1 Royston Town 0,
Stratford Town 0 Alvechurch 1.
South: Chesham Utd 0 Beaconsfield
0, Farnborough 2 Swindon
Supermarine 1, Frome Town 1
Wimborne Town 0, Harrow Borough
4 Met Police 3, Hartley Wintney 0
Basingstoke 2, Hendon 1 Kings
Langley 2, Merthyr Town 1 Salisbury
FC 2, Poole Town 1 Gosport Borough
1, Staines Town 1 Walton Casuals 4,
Taunton 1 Dorchester 1, Weymouth
2 Tiverton 1.
BOSTIK?Prem: AFC Hornchurch 1
Dorking Wanderers 1, Bishop?s
Stortford 0 Kingstonian 3, Bognor
Regis Town 2 Carshalton Ath 0,
Burgess Hill Town 0 Folkestone
Invicta 0, Corinthian Casuals 0
Harlow 0, Enfield Town 1 Lewes 1,
Haringey Borough 3 Whitehawk 0,
Leatherhead 2 Potters Bar Town 1,
Margate 1 Worthing 1, Merstham 3
Wingate & Finchley 0, Tonbridge
Angels 2 Brightlingsea Regent 2.
Ladbrokes League One
Airdrieonians v Raith .........................
Brechin v Dumbarton ........................
Forfar v Stranraer..............................
Montrose v East Fife .........................
Stenhousemuir v Arbroath .................
Ladbrokes League Two
Albion v Peterhead ............................
Berwick v Clyde ................................
Elgin v Cowdenbeath .........................
Queen?s Park v Edinburgh City............
Stirling v Annan Athletic.....................
SUNDAY
Premier League
Everton v AFC Bournemouth (2.15) ....
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Tottenham v Man Utd (4.30)
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
DIVIDENDS ? With Nine score draws,
and Two no-score draws, the dividend
forecast is Good. No claims are
required for half-time draws.
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
We are
waving
off one of
the greats
CHELSEA
2
NOTTM FOREST 0
DAVID LUIZ said an
emotional goodbye to
Cesc
Fabregas
and
then insisted English
football is losing one of
its great stars.
Fabregas played his 501st
and final game in this country
before jetting off to France
yesterday to sign a three-year
contract with Monaco.
He will be reunited there
with Thierry Henry, his former
team-mate at Arsenal ? where
he won the FA Cup in 2005.
Fabregas, a World Cup
and
double
European
Championship winner with
Spain, spent less time at
Chelsea
but
won
more
silverware,
including
two
Premier League titles.
Although he missed a
penalty as an Alvaro Morata
double sunk Championship
Nottingham Forest, that was
not the reason he left the pitch,
to a standing ovation, in tears.
Fabregas always said it
would be hard to leave Chelsea
and Luiz revealed he gave an
emotional farewell speech in
the dressing room after the
final whistle. Luiz said: ?After
that we all said thank you and
hugged him. It?s not etiquette
to tell you what he said.
?It?s always difficult to lose
players, especially like him,
ADIEU: Fabregas is
off to Monaco and
Chelsea?s Luiz says
he deserves
success
because he?s a world-class
player. But if it?s better for him
and better for the club, we
have to understand that.
?It was emotional, not just
for him ? for everybody. He was
one of the best players playing
in England. Everyone knows
that. Everybody stood up and
clapped. He deserves it.?
Fabregas, whose penalty
was saved by Luke Steele
after Danny Fox fouled Ruben
Loftus-Cheek, may be 31 and
not getting many minutes
these days but Luiz said he
will be hard to replace.
?He
always
brings
a
confidence, energy for the
team,? said Luiz. ?It doesn?t
matter the game, he?s always
going to show his qualities.
It?s really sad for us. We are
wishing him all the best,
because he deserves it.? While
Fabregas
now
represents
Chelsea?s past, Blues fans
hope
18-year-old
Callum
Hudson-Odoi, a �million
target for Bayern Munich, is
the future.
He assisted both of Morata?s
goals and could now start in
tomorrow?s
Carabao
Cup
semi-final first leg against
Tottenham at Wembley.
Assistant
coach
Carlo
Cudicini said: ?It?s difficult to
say because we have a few
players
recovering
from
injuries. The games are coming
thick and fast. We have a very
important game. We need to
get a bit of energy back.
?Obviously, we know the
level of the opponent. It?s
always important to win the
first trophy of the season.?
Forest
midfielder
Adlene
Guedioura says they now
have a taste for Premier
League football and must not
let defeat distract them from
trying to win promotion.
?When you play Premier
League teams it makes you
want to come back next
season,? said Guedioura.
?We want to be playing big
teams like this every week so
we need to take what we?ve
learnt from today and focus
on the league.
?Promotion is still the
number one aim for us as a
squad so we need to rest and
recover well this week and
get ready for a big game at
Reading next weekend.?
CHELSEA (4-3-3): Caballero; Zappacosta,
Christensen, Luiz, Emerson; Ampadu,
Fabregas (Kante 85), Barkley; Loftus-Cheek
(Hazard 42), Morata (Azpilicueta 75),
Hudson-Odoi. Booked: Barkley. Goals:
Morata 49, 59.
NOTTINGHAM FOREST (4-2-3-1): Steele;
Darikwa, Yacob, Fox, Janko; Guedioura,
Colback; Cash (Lolley 57), Carvalho,
Osborn; Murphy. Booked: Colback.
Referee: A Madley (West Yorkshire).
Willock aims to become seniors citizen
JOE WILLOCK believes his
two-goal performance was a
?dream come true? but says he
needs to use it to force a
permanent spot in Arsenal?s
Premier League line-up.
His first-half brace snuffed
out any chance of an upset in
boss Unai Emery?s first taste
of the FA Cup and maintained
a red-hot scoring streak.
After three in two games for
the Under-21s in the EFL
Trophy, he has three in three
games for the seniors in the
Europa and FA Cups.
?It was one of my aims at the
start of the season to push on,
BLACKPOOL
ARSENAL
0
3
By Gideon Brooks
try to get in the box more, get
a few more goals and help the
team. The hard work is paying
off,? said the midfielder, 19.
?I?ve always wanted to play
more in the Premier League
but I know I?m going to have
to be patient. Hopefully I?m
showing what I can do when
I get opportunities.?
Willock, right, became the
youngest Gunner to score in
the competition since Aaron
Ramsey in 2010 but is unlikely
to lose a sense of perspective
however well things go.
He is one of three
brothers, all England
youth internationals
who started at
Arsenal. Matt, 22, has
been on loan at
St Mirren from
Manchester United
and Chris, 20, plays for
Benfica?s second string.
?When we were young we all
had a dream together,? he said.
?We?re just trying to fulfil it
and repay Mum and Dad
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ROUND-UP
Clyne?s new
start after
Klopp snub
NATHANIEL CLYNE
has revealed his
torment at being
frozen out by Jurgen
Klopp at Liverpool.
Clyne, 27, joined
Bournemouth on loan
last week after playing
just seven Premier
League games in the
past 18 months at
Anfield.
The England
defender, who
made his
Cherries debut
in the 3-1 home
defeat by
Brighton,
said: ?It is very
frustrating.
?Knowing you
are fit and can
go out and play
but constantly
not getting
selected for the team is
a bit disappointing.
?I would rather just
go out and find another
club which would give
me the opportunities
to play games. This is
why I am here.?
Under-pressure
Bolton manager Phil
WINGING IT:
Hudson-Odoi
represents
Chelsea?s
future, their
fans hope
By Paul Brown
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
Pictures: DARREN WALSH
for the sacrifices they made.?
Willock was part of the side
dumped out of last season?s
FA Cup by Nottingham
Forest. There were no
such slip-ups at
Bloomfield Road,
where discontented
home fans called for
the removal of the
club?s owners. Arsenal
always held sway and
Alex Iwobi added a third
to seal their passage.
Blackpool manager
Terry McPhillips said: ?Fair
play to Arsenal. They were
too good for us.?
By Ian Winrow
but I can?t really think
about that every day.
I?ve just got to play my
football when I get the
chance,? he said.
Aston Villa boss
Dean Smith believes
Scott Hogan can fill
the gap if Chelsea
loanee Tammy
Abraham leaves.
Hogan ? signed for
�million from
Brentford two
years ago ? made
his first start of
the season in the
a 3-0 defeat by
Swansea.
Smith said:
?We have plans if
Abraham goes
and plans if he
stays. It is a job
for us to work on
building Hogan?s
confidence, get him
scoring goals again.?
Nick Pope?s return
in Burnley?s 1-0 win
over Barnsley means
three England
keepers are battling at
Turf Moor. Pope is
LONG WAIT:
Carroll nets
his first goal
since April
Parkinson received a
boost after another
troubled week for the
cash-strapped club.
The Trotters, whose
precarious financial
position has again
come under scrutiny,
recovered after
falling behind to beat
Walsall 5-2.
Striker Clayton
Donaldson said: ?The
off-the-field issues
haven?t helped, but
once you step on to
the pitch you have
to put them to the
back of your mind.?
Ashley Williams says
Stoke?s stars are behind
Gary Rowett after fans
called for the manager
to go during the 1-1
draw at Shrewsbury.
Williams said: ?We
like the gaffer. We?re
pulling for him and,
as a player, you don?t
want to see a change.?
Andy Carroll said
he is playing for his
West Ham future after
scoring his first goal
since April in the 2-0
defeat of Birmingham.
?Yes, I want to stay
and I want a new deal
competing with Joe
Hart and Tom Heaton
for a starting spot. He
said: ?It?s up to us to
decide who gets the
shirt. We?ve all got to
be pushing each other
every day.?
Everton manager
Marco Silva hit back
at predecessor Sam
Allardyce following
his side?s 2-1 win
against Lincoln.
Allardyce warned
that Silva would never
survive with his current
playing style, but the
Portuguese manager
said: ?Maybe if it is
David Moyes I would
listen because he did
something really
important at this club.
But in this case it is
not important at all.?
Brentford beat
Oxford 1-0 while
Crystal Palace
overcame Grimsby by
the same scoreline.
AFC Wimbledon
won 3-2 at Fleetwood,
Middlesbrough beat
Peterborough 5-0 and
West Brom edged out
Wigan with the only
goal of the game.
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FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Dack on track
for the big time
BRADLEY DACK sat
in the dressing room
feeling very different
to the last time he
played in a cup tie
against Premier
League opposition.
In September 2016
he was on the wrong
end of a 5-0 thumping
by Tottenham
playing for
Gillingham.
That had
been a
sobering
experience for
Dack, right,
who fancied
his chances of
playing top-flight
football one day.
If it felt out of reach
that night, it is no
longer such a distant
prospect for the
25-year-old who has
been at the heart of
all things good for an
NEWCASTLE
BLACKBURN
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By Ian Murtagh
improving Blackburn.
Tony Mowbray?s fluid
side took the lead
when Dack headed
in his 12th goal of
the season and
only a late
penalty from
Matt Ritchie
saved Toon.
?It?s nice to
test yourself
against Premier
League clubs and
this was a lot more
fun,? said Dack.
?I remember thinking
after Spurs that I was
a long way off this level.
That wasn?t great.
?But I proved today
I can play at this level
and so did the team.?
Green has late
show on repeat
ANDRE GREEN is
making a name for
himself with late cup
winners and wants to
start repeating that
to help Portsmouth?s
push for promotion.
The on-loan Aston
Villa forward scored
League One leaders
Pompey?s goal in
the fifth minute
of added time
at 10-man
Norwich.
Green,
right, also
scored the
winner in the
previous round
at Rochdale, and
was on target when
Portsmouth defeated
the Tottenham
Under-21 team in the
Checkatrade Trophy.
?I?m becoming
known for scoring late
NORWICH
PORTSMOUTH
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By Derek Davis
goals,? said 20-year-old
Green. ?I have been
scoring in the cup so
I?m hoping I can take
that into the
league.?
Norwich
had Grant
Hanley sent
off in the
14th minute
but looked to
have held out
for a replay until
Green struck in
stoppage time.
Norwich defender
Ben Godfrey said:
?The boys can be
proud of the way we
dealt with it but it
still hurts to go out.?
Jones homes in
on Owls upset
LUTON manager
Nathan Jones is
challenging his players
to go one better in the
replay at home after
this creditable draw
with Championship
Sheffield Wednesday.
Jones, below, whose
Hatters are second in
League Two and
unbeaten in 12
matches in all
competitions,
said: ?The
chance to
play Sheffield
Wednesday at
a full house
back at our place
is a great one.
?We want to get to
the next level, we
believe we have players
who can play at the
next level and if we
were to beat
Wednesday, that would
rubber-stamp what we
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By Nathan
Hemmingham
believe we are capable
of and give us a
massive confidence
boost.?
Luton
goalkeeper
James Shea
was the
hero at
Hillsborough,
making
excellent saves
from Marco
Matias, twice, and
Steven Fletcher.
Owls defender
Michael Hector said:
?We are still in the hat,
that?s the positive.
Now we have to take
care of the job away
from home.?
Ole is ready to
earn his spurs
OLE GUNNAR Solskjaer
has no intention of looking
over his shoulder as he
attempts
to
persuade
the Manchester United
hierarchy
to
appoint
him
as manager on a
permanent basis.
The Norwegian is doing all
he can to show that he is the
right man for the job after
masterminding five wins from
five games since replacing Jose
Mourinho last month.
Saturday?s was the most
routine one, with goals by Juan
Mata, from a penalty he won,
and Romelu Lukaku seeing off
spirited Reading to book a spot in
the fourth round.
The acid test of Solskjaer?s
credentials will come this Sunday
when United face a rampant
Tottenham at Wembley. And it
will pitch him against Mauricio
Pochettino, the man who remains
firm favourite to become United?s
next permanent manager.
If Solskjaer looks in his
rear-view mirror he will see the
likes of Pochettino and the
unattached
Zinedine
Zidane
waiting in the wings to ruin his
dream of leading United beyond
the end of this season. But he
could not care less who is behind
him or what has gone on in the
past ? and that includes the feats
of club legend Sir Matt Busby.
Solskjaer and Sir Matt are the
only two United managers to win
their first five games.
The interim boss, though, is
only
interested
in
looking
forward.
He
has
warned
Pochettino and Spurs that the
best is still to come from his
rejuvenated team.
?I don?t care [about matching
Busby]. Not now. I might sit
down in 20 years? time and
look at whatever records I
have,? said Solskjaer, who
has now taken his squad to
Dubai on a warm-weather
training break. ?I never look
back. Never, ever. You reflect
and you try to improve but
you never get complacent
and think, ?I?ve done this or
that, I?ve done well?.
?Tottenham have performed
fantastically this season and
they have a great way of playing.
?But we?re at Wembley, we?re
playing against one of the top
teams, it doesn?t need motivation.
The players are getting confidence
MAN UTD
READING
Pictures: PHIL NOBLE and SIMON STACPOOLE
2
0
By Jeremy Cross
HANDY START:
United have won
five in a row
since Solskjaer
took over from
Mourinho
and the feeling that we
have momentum. It?s
about keeping it up
and let?s see where it
takes us. We?re always
good towards the end of
the season anyway.?
New Reading manager
Jose Gomes would love to
take his squad somewhere
like Dubai, but his main
priority
now
is
signing
reinforcements to help him
avoid
relegation
from
the
Championship.
Reading are second from
bottom in the table, having gone
12 games without a win in all
competitions. Gomes said of this
defeat: ?They beat us, but they
didn?t take our confidence.
?We played face-to-face with
United. It gives us big hope for
the future and I?d like to bring in
new players, maybe four or five.?
MANCHESTER UNITED (4-3-3): Romero; Dalot,
Young, Jones, Darmian; Fred (Fellaini 62), Pereira,
McTominay; Mata (Chong 62), Sanchez (Rashford
64), Lukaku. Booked: Chong. Goals: Mata 22
pen, Lukaku 45.
READING (4-5-1): Jaakkola; Yiadom, Ilori
(Aluko 45), Moore, Richards; Kelly, Rinomhota,
McCleary (Barrow 61), Swift, Harriott (Meite
76); Loader. Booked: Yiadom.
Referee: S Attwell (Warwickshire).
SPOT OF TROUBLE: Liam
Moore fouls Juan Mata to
concede penalty
Lukaku?s thriving
FROM BACK PAGE
FLYING HIGH: United
head to a Dubai camp
I like that. He plays in a way I like
to play, and the rest of the team.
?He wants us to win, we want
to win and we are just enjoying
our football right now.
?He?s given me a lot of advice. He
did a total analysis of my game and
he helped me a lot. I am looking
forward to keeping on working with
him. He really wants me to face the
goal, because he knows that when I
am facing goal I am at my most
dangerous, my best.
?Also, to try to stay on the move
all the time. The work we?ve been
doing is good. I want to improve.?
United?s squad yesterday flew
to Dubai for a warm-weather camp
without Paul Pogba, who stayed
behind to receive treatment on
an injury. He is expected to join up
with his team-mates later this week.
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FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Pictures: HENRY BROWNE
SIMPLY
THE BEST:
List
celebrates
his late
winner to
sink Premier
League
Cardiff
GILLINGHAM
CARDIFF
1
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By Adrian Kajumba
THE mum of Gillingham
goal-scoring hero Elliott
List will not forget her
birthday celebrations in
a hurry, even with a big
bottle of champagne
among her gifts.
Twenty-four hours after
mum Samantha?s big day,
List hit the winner against
Neil Warnock?s Cardiff so the
party could really begin.
His goal won the young
winger the man-of-the-match
award and a fancy bottle of
club champagne, and he said:
?It was her birthday on
Friday, so we?ll definitely be
celebrating and that one was
for her.?
List, 21, described his late
winner, a brilliant finish which
earned the League One
strugglers their first win over
top-flight opposition for 15
years, as the best moment of
his career.
With his mum and dad
watching on, he said he did
exactly what they told him
to do when they were trying
to help him get over being
released by Crystal Palace in
2015. ?When I left Palace it
was a real low point,? he said.
?When you sign for a Premier
League club and you?re still in
school you think ?Wow, I?m
Top of mum?s
birthday List
going to go straight to the top
And having made it to Match
and play in the Prem, and it
of the Day on Saturday night,
doesn?t always happen like List said: ?I?ll definitely record
that. Funnily enough, Neil that and it won?t leave my TV.?
Warnock was the manager for
Gillingham manager Steve
a period while I was there.
Lovell is keen to face more
?My family rallied round and
top-flight opposition.
said, ?If this is what you want
?We?re all the same
to do, go and make it happen.
? we want to play the
Prove to the world you
big boys again,? he
can do it?.
said. ?Whoever it is,
?And you can see the
we?re in the fourth
players that have come
round and I think
up from lower teams
it?s a long time
like Jamie Vardy.
since we?ve been
?Every kid dreams
there so I?m
of playing at the top.
proud of that.?
You watch Match of
Cardiff boss
the Day and want to
Warnock said his
be on it. But now
side?s FA Cup exit
I?m here, I want to
could
be
a
work as hard as I
blessing as they
can for Gills and
battle for Premier
help them up
League survival.
the league.
A bad day at
?I?m enjoying
the office was
BLESSING IN
my
football,
compounded by
DISGUISE:
that?s
the
injuries
to
Warnock
Kadeem Harris
main thing.?
and Danny Ward at Priestfield,
limiting Warnock?s already
slim
squad
ahead
of
Saturday?s
big relegation
battle with Huddersfield.
?It might be a blessing. We
lost a couple of players and we
can?t afford to lose any players
really,? said Warnock.
In the aftermath of the
shock defeat in Kent, Warnock
vented his frustration at
missing out on the loan
signing of Liverpool defender
Nathaniel Clyne.
He branded it a ?disgrace?
after claiming he had been
promised the player by
the Reds. But Clyne has
moved to Bournemouth.
GILLINGHAM (5-3-2): Holy; O?Neil, Zakuani,
Lacey, Ogilvie, Garmston; List, Byrne, Reilly;
Parker; Eaves. Booked: Zakuani, Garmston,
Parker. Goal: List 81.
CARDIFF (4-1-4-1): Smithies; Peltier,
Morrison, Manga, Bennett; Damour (Hoilett
90); Ralls, Mendez-Laing, Reid (Ward 74),
Harris (J Murphy 54); Paterson.
Referee: T Robinson (West Sussex).
Patience pays off for Morrell
MORRELL: Second start
JOE Morrell described
cup glory on only his
second Bristol City start
as ?worth the wait?.
The midfielder?s only
other start came five
seasons ago in a 2-1
Football League Trophy
defeat at Wycombe.
Since then Morrell,
22, has had loan spells
with Sutton, Margate
and Cheltenham, but he
has not given up hope of
an Ashton Gate career.
?I can barely stand
up,? said the Wales
Under-21 international
BRISTOL CITY
HUDDERSFIELD
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By Richard Latham
after helping City land a
fifth Premier League
scalp in two seasons.
?I
haven?t
played
as much this season
after a full campaign on
loan at Cheltenham
and it?s been quite
difficult to get my head
around suddenly facing
Premiership opposition.
But it was worth the
wait. There is a lot more
to come from me and,
hopefully, I will get the
chance to show that.
?You could feel the
quality of the opposition.
But we more than
matched Huddersfield.?
Josh
Brownhill?s
winner piled pressure
on Huddersfield boss
David Wagner, inflicting
a ninth straight defeat.
?I am not the person
to ask,? said Wagner
when he was questioned
about his job. ?I take full
responsibility for our
bad run ? just as I do for
what has happened
to our club over the
past
three-and-a-half
years.
?We have to put this
performance behind us
and focus on a big league
game at Cardiff.?
City
head
coach
Lee Johnson had extra
cause for satisfaction.
He said: ?A flu bug swept
through our squad and
I kept having to alter
selection as players
went down with it.?
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Kee on Mersey
mission after
Tractor crash
ACCRINGTON striker
Billy Kee is praying for
a glamour tie against
one of the Merseyside
big boys after knocking
out Ipswich.
Kee?s ninth goal of
the season was enough
to send the Tractor
Boys, who are bottom
of the Championship,
crashing out at the
third round for the
ninth season in a row.
Kee, below, wants to
put the frighteners
on a Premier
League side in
the next round
and said:
?Now bring on
Liverpool or
Everton. If I?m
really honest,
I?d love to draw a
glamour club at
Accrington. It can be a
horrible experience for
the big boys, especially
when they see our
dressing rooms.?
Manager John
Coleman was bemused
to find his League
One side were the
pre-match favourites.
But he said: ?It
shows how far we have
come, and people?s
changed perceptions.
We have worked hard
ACCRINGTON
IPSWICH
1
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By Lindsay Sutton
to get where we are.?
Kee?s second-half goal
came from a Sean
McConville free-kick,
headed back across
goal by Ben RichardsEverton for him to
head past goalkeeper
Bartosz Bialkowski.
Sam Finley and
Jordan Clark
were both foiled
by Bialkowski,
and then
Accrington
keeper Connor
Ripley had to
keep out late
efforts from
Freddie Sears.
Town manager
Paul Lambert now
has only one win from
12 matches in charge.
?I still believe I can
keep this club in the
Championship,? he
said. ?It?s an absolute
disgrace that a great
club like this is in this
state. I?ve never had to
look at turning things
round as much as this.
?There have to be
a lot of changes.?
Derby to miss
out on Ampadu
FRANK LAMPARD
fears Derby?s squad is
lacking depth but
believes he will fail in
his bid to sign Ethan
Ampadu on loan
from Chelsea.
This cup tie was a
test of Derby?s
reserves after six
changes, but they
could not overcome
Premier League
Southampton,
who were also
weakened.
Despite his
connection
to Chelsea,
Lampard
will struggle
to recruit
Ampadu, 18,
right. The Derby
boss has brought in
one Chelsea teen on
loan ? Mason Mount,
19 ? this season. He
was left out on
Saturday with the
promotion race in
mind.
Another youngster
Harry Wilson, 21, on
loan from Liverpool,
was injured. Lampard
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By Arindam Rej
said: ?We?ve got a big
squad in certain areas
but haven?t in others.
?Ethan Ampadu
can play in a few
positions ? that?s why
he would be so
valuable to anybody.
The last I heard
he was staying
at Chelsea.
?Mason is
staying [at
Derby]. I
think Harry
is staying here
? but it?s
Liverpool?s call.
?I was aware of the
finances here. We?re
not in the same
league as some teams
that have spent a lot.?
Derby were 2-0
down to two Nathan
Redmond strikes but
fought back through
goals from Jack
Marriott and Tom
Lawrence.
ROUND 18: January 5
Match
Chelsea v Nottingham Forest
Derby v Southampton
Everton v Lincoln
Aston Villa v Swansea
Gillingham v Cardiff
Result
2-0
2-2
2-1
0-3
1-0
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?The wolf
works hard
to achieve
his goals?
LALLANA: Good shape
Klopp
still has
faith in
Lallana
By Chris McKenna
ADAM LALLANA has
been told he can still
play a significant part in
Liverpool?s season.
The England midfield
man returned from a
groin injury in October
and has begun just
three games since.
But he is set to start
against Wolves at
Molineux tonight as
Jurgen Klopp rings the
changes. The Liverpool
manager insists Lallana,
30, will play a major role
as his side chase glory
on three fronts in the
Premier League,
Champions League and
FA Cup.
?Adam is in
outstanding shape,?
said Klopp. ?It was
close in the last game
whether we started him
or not. Adam is a player
who would play four
games in a day if he
could because of his
desire to play football.
?He is in the best
moment since I?ve
known him and he will
have a big part to play
in our season.
?He always accepts
my decisions but then it
is about what you make
of them, if you are in or
out. He is an important
part of the squad.?
Klopp has also urged
Naby Keita to play more
confidently, with the
Guinea midfielder
having struggled for
form since his arrival at
the club in the summer.
The �.7million
signing from RB Leipzig
lit up the Bundesliga
over the past two
seasons but has not yet
made the same
impression in England.
Keita has not featured
since the 2-0 win over
Wolves in the league
just before Christmas
but he will get another
chance to show his
quality tonight.
Klopp said: ?I am
completely happy with
Naby but could he be a
bit more confident in the
games? Yes. Is he exactly
the player he was in his
best time at Leipzig?
No. He is still adapting.
Everyone saw at the
beginning of the season
how brilliant he played.?
Simon Mignolet will
start in goal and Alberto
Moreno is also expected
to feature at the back.
BOOT CAMP:
Ruben Neves is
likely to be a key
figure for Wolves
against Liverpool
THERE is a banner at
Molineux which reads: ?The
strength of the wolf is in the
pack?.
Every pack needs a leader and for
ambitious Wolves that has been
Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves.
His �.8million move from Porto
to then Championship Wanderers in
July 2017 was a record fee for the
division. It stunned many.
Yet no one is questioning the
wisdom of it now ? least of all Neves,
the youngest player to captain a
team in the Champions League at
the age of 18 with Porto.
His vision to join upwardly mobile
Wolves
has
been
thoroughly
vindicated and he has played a
pivotal role under his old Porto
manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
Not only in inspiring the team to
the second-tier title in style with 99
points ? scoring six goals, all from
outside the box. But now helping
them break into the Premier League
top 10, as other Portuguese stars,
including Rui Patricio and Joao
Moutinho, have followed him to the
Black Country.
The visit of Liverpool in the last of
the FA Cup?s third-round ties
tonight will hold no fears for
Wolves, who have already taken
points off Manchester City, Chelsea,
Arsenal, Manchester United and,
most recently, beat Tottenham 3-1.
What is clear from time in the
company of the intelligent, driven
Neves to harness his animal
instinct to drive Wanderers
By James Nursey
is unlikely to get carried away. He
had his whole family over from
and mature Neves, still just 21, is
Portugal for the new year to celebrate
he is as far from a foreign footballing the end of a ?dream? 2018.
mercenary as you can imagine.
Highlights away from football
The father-of-one lives locally in included the first birthday of
quiet, leafy Tettenhall just two miles
daughter
Margarida,
becoming
from Wolves? Compton Park training
engaged to partner Debora and
ground, which suits his
her pregnancy with their
family life and dedication
son, who is due in April.
to the game. He even has
?It was a fantastic
a tattoo of a wolf and a
year for me and my
set of goalposts on his
family ? 2018 was the
left arm. ?I did it
most important year
because of the animal,?
because we won the
said Neves. ?I feel the
Championship. It was
wolf is a very competitive
my big dream to win a
KICK-OFF: 7.45PM,
animal, very intelligent.
title and we achieved it,?
BBC ONE
?He works hard to achieve
Neves said.
his goals and protects his family.
?I?ve since made my debut in
I didn?t do it because of the club but
the Premier League and enjoyed the
of course it is more special because first half of the season. I?ll do my best
of that.? The emblem has added to to have another big year for me, my
fans? devotion for the ace who can
family and the club.?
pick a pass, break up play, read the
Neves signed a lucrative five-year
game and shoot from distance.
deal at Wolves last summer and
Ever since the Championship, seems content, despite being linked
Wolves supporters have sung: ?He?s with
bigger
teams
such
as
Nuno Santo?s man, he?s better Manchester City. He
has two goals and
than Zidane.? But grounded Neves
WOLVES
V
LIVERPOOL
PACK MAN:
Left to right,
Neves in
action, his
boss Nuno
and his wolf
tattoo
an assist in 19 top-flight appearances
in midfield alongside Moutinho, 32,
who joined in July. It has been a
thrill for Neves to partner his
compatriot after growing up a fan
and ball boy at Porto, where
Moutinho starred.
Neves, who also has a Porto tattoo,
added: ?When I was younger I saw
Moutinho playing and he was very
good. He was a reference for me and
to play with him, it is unbelievable.?
Neves was probably always
destined to play in midfield because
his father Jose played in the same
position for Portuguese lower league
side Canedo, who he now coaches.
What was more unusual was when
Neves swapped the Champions
League for Wolves. But his agent
Jorge Mendes has close ties with
Wanderers?
mega-rich
Chinese
owners Fosun.
Neves also shrewdly felt his game
could be improved by coming to
England.
He
said:
?The
Championship is a great league
where you can grow as a player. It?s
very competitive.?
Neves did not speak a sentence of
English when he arrived but is now
virtually fluent, and is not fazed by
big-name opponents.
He is likely to add to his nine
Portugal caps after last year?s
World Cup omission and could end
up facing England in the Nations
League final in June. By which time
the English public are sure to be
only too aware of his talents.
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Pictures: TOM FLATHERS and MATT McNULTY
SECOND TO NONE:
Foden scores City?s
second of seven goals
against Rotherham
Phil feels
the ?buzz?
FROM BACK PAGE
thing ? we are in the next
round.?
Guardiola named a
powerful side and signalled
he will do the same against
Burton on Wednesday in
order to try and put the
Carabao Cup semi-final to
bed in the first leg.
Phil Foden scored at
the Etihad for the first
time, his goal going
in off his knee as he
tried to bring down a
cross. ?The plan was to
finish it first time but I
was a little bit off balance
so I tried to take a touch,?
said Foden. ?They all count
and it?s a dream come true
scoring at the Etihad, I?m
buzzing.?
Real Madrid last night
confirmed the signing of
former City academy player
Brahim Diaz, 19, on a
six-year deal for an initial
�.5m.
Gideon
BROOKS
REPORTS
MAN CITY
7
ROTHERHAM 0
RATTLING
in
seven goals against
an
overwhelmed
Rotherham just three
days after resurrecting
their title challenge is
a decent start to the
year for Manchester
City.
Yet in a week overflowing
with positives at the Etihad,
it was the return of a fullyfit Kevin De Bruyne in time
for the sharp end of the
season which brought the
biggest smile to manager
Pep Guardiola?s face.
The midfielder, who had
been absent as his side
delivered a statement of
intent on Thursday night
against Liverpool, starred
for 66 minutes as City put
Paul Warne?s Championship
side to the sword.
There were goals from
Raheem
Sterling,
Phil
Foden,
Gabriel
Jesus,
Riyad
Mahrez,
Nicolas
Otamendi, Leroy Sane and
a Semi Ajayi own-goal.
Crucially, though, when
he
was
substituted,
Guardiola
will
have
breathed a sigh of relief as
De Bruyne trotted to the
sidelines without so much
as a hair out of place.
?We spoke
with Kevin
yesterday
about playing 65
or 70 minutes at full
intensity,? said Guardiola.
?But he played an incredible
game, created a lot of
chances and just has the
vision to see what other
people cannot see.
?Last season he played
an incredible number of
minutes and this season it
is just 400 minutes when
everyone else has played
De Bruyne
gives Pep a
fresh f illip
2,000.? De Bruyne has made
just five starts this season
in a campaign in which he
has struggled with two
separate knee injuries.
But with City into the
fourth round here as well
as
the
last
16
of
the Champions League, the
Carabao Cup semi-finals
and
back
into
title
contention, his return could
not be better timed.
?I said many times how
important Kevin is for us,?
said Guardiola.
?We try to be a team and
of course we have done
incredible in terms of
results but for the second
leg of the Premier League,
he is going to be fresh in
the mind and the legs. And
that will give us extra, the
creativity in the final third,
in the fight.?
City could have been two
up early with Sterling and
Jesus spurning chances.
As it was, the floodgates
held for just 12 minutes,
Sterling exchanging a onetwo with De Bruyne and
firing inside Marek Rodak?s
far post.
Rotherham stood firm
until two minutes from the
break but two quick goals
from Foden and Ajayi,
turning in Kyle Walker?s
cross, put City three up.
They returned after the
break to turn the screw. It
was Guardiola?s biggest
win in his time at the club
and City?s biggest win here
since thrashing Sheffield
Wednesday
7-0
under
Manuel Pellegrini in the
League Cup in November
2014.
Asked for his thoughts
on the match, Rotherham
boss Warne blew out his
cheeks and said: ?I was
pleased the final whistle
went. We came across a
very good Man City side
and although we had
prepped them as much as
we could, nothing really
prepares you for how
quickly they play the game.
Their slowest player is
quicker than my quickest.
?I spoke to Pep before
the game and asked him
to be gentle but I think
the respect he showed us
with the team he put out
said a lot.?
MAN CITY (4-3-3): Ederson; Walker,
Stones (Danilo 75), Otamendi, Zinchenko;
De Bruyne (Sandler 67), Gundogan,
Foden: Mahrez, Jesus, Sterling (Sane
57). Booked: Sterling Goals: Sterling
12, Foden 43, Ajayi 45 og, Jesus 52,
Mahrez 73, Otamendi 78, Sane 85.
ROTHERHAM (4-5-1): Rodak; Vyner
(Wood 89), Ajayi, Robertson, Mattock;
Forde, Wiles, Vaulks, Williams (Palmer
90), Taylor (Raggett 74), Smith. Booked:
Wiles.
Referee: D Coote (Notts).
WELCOME BACK: De Bruyne, left, returned after injury
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Mac magic
rubs off as
QPR shine
STEVE McCLAREN hailed
QPR?s first FA Cup win
without a replay since
Trevor Sinclair?s wonder
goal back in 1997.
The former England
boss lost his opening four
Championship games at the
cash-strapped club on his
return to English football
last summer.
But his side yesterday
extended their unbeaten run
to six games with a win over
the Championship leaders
as McClaren, above, showed
his old cup magic.
He won the League Cup
and reached the UEFA Cup
final with Middlesbrough
and said: ?Cup football is
important to me ? always
has been.
?It was drummed into
me from my first year in
management by Steve
Gibson. The cups are
exciting and long may it
continue. It showed the
future is bright.
?It was a fantastic
performance. I thought it
was a great game. We picked
a team to win and we?ve done
that.? His side, who have lost
2
1
QPR
LEEDS
By Neil McLeman
a record 49 times in the third
round, took the lead from an
Aramide Oteh penalty after
Jake Bidwell had been
tripped.
The lead lasted two
minutes before QPR keeper
Matt Ingram fumbled a
Lewis Baker free-kick and
Aapo Halme tapped home.
Ingram made amends with
a series of fine saves before
Bidwell headed the winner
from a Luke Freeman corner.
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa,
who announced the six
changes to his side 48 hours
before kick-off, said: ?We
deserved to lose. We made
too many mistakes. I?m
never happy when I lose.
?We?re top of the table yet
we have the same efficiency
level as the teams at the
bottom.?
Leeds have now lost three
games in a row for the first
time under Bielsa before
facing Derby on Friday.
It?s Fergie?s time
NEIL HARRIS has backed
Shane Ferguson to get even
better after Millwall came
from behind to knock out
in-form Hull.
The Northern Ireland
international came on
as substitute to
score twice late on.
Lions boss
Harris said:
?Those two goals
were befitting in
any game. He can
go from strength to
strength.?
The visitors had looked
on course to go through
after Jon Toral slotted
home in the 52nd minute.
But then Ferguson, above,
MILLWALL
HULL
2
1
turned the game around in
a three-minute spell.
He was left
unchallenged to
curl home a
stunner from
outside the box in
the 82nd minute,
then added his
second from a
free-kick.
Hull manager
Nigel Adkins said: ?We?d
put ourselves in a position
to win. It?s frustrating.?
ROBERT DUNFORD
Marquis keeps up
regal scoring form
JOHN MARQUIS grabbed
his 19th goal of the season,
and continued his rich vein
of FA Cup form as League
One side Doncaster reached
the fourth round for the first
time in nine years.
An early header by
Marquis, right, put Rovers
in front before Tom
Anderson and Mallik
Wilks secured the
shock win after
Andrew Hughes
had levelled for
Championship club
Preston.
Doncaster boss
Grant McCann said:
?I?m immensely proud.
We?ve been playing like that
all season, we came here
with no fear.
?The third and fourth
round draws are always a
fine spectacle, sitting there
and watching it. But for now
we?ll put this on the back
PRESTON
DONCASTER
1
3
By Ian Whittell
burner. Our main focus is to
stay in the top six.?
North End gave thirdchoice keeper Michael
Crowe his debut and it
took him just five
minutes to pick the
ball out of the net
as Marquis kept up
his run of scoring in
every round.
Hughes equalised
in the 56th minute but
then Anderson and Wilks
struck. Preston boss Alex
Neil said: ?In my year and a
half here, there have
probably been five or six
games that have been
unacceptable in terms of
performance and we
certainly had one today.?
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FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
UNBELIEVABLE:
Lang, in blue,
watches his
header beat the
Fulham keeper to
clinch victory
Leicester
NEWPORT
LEICESTER
2
1
By Dave Armitage
Cinderella men
will go to the ball
CALLUM LANG hailed
one of the greatest
moments of his life after
knocking out Fulham.
The on-loan striker
scored the winner to
embarrass Claudio
Ranieri?s Premier League
side and put Oldham in
the hat for tonight?s
fourth-round draw.
Lang struck in the 88th
minute and was not the
only hero in blue.
Oldham super-sub
Sam Surridge?s last act
before he returned to
Bournemouth from his
loan spell at midnight was
a coolly-taken penalty.
And four minutes
before Lang?s winner,
Latics goalkeeper Dan
Iversen had brilliantly
parried Aleksandar
Mitrovic?s penalty
away after the Serbian
battering ram had been
sent on to convert with
his first touch.
?I can?t quite believe it,?
said Lang. ?Last week it
was touch and go whether
I?d be going back to
Wigan and now I?m
enjoying one of the best
feelings of my career, if
not one of the greatest
moments of my life.?
When referee
Anthony Taylor?s
instinct that Chris
Missilou had clipped
Tom Cairney in the box
was confirmed by
VAR, it looked as
though Oldham,
relegated on the
final day of last
season, would be
condemned to yet
another hard-luck
story.
But Iversen, on
loan from Leicester,
sprawled full length
to beat out
Mitrovic?s
spot-kick and
the League Two
underdogs sensed
a miracle.
Lang delivered
when he rose to
meet Missilou?s
left-wing cross
from six yards.
GOING POTTY: Lang
is mobbed on a day
he will never forget
FULHAM
OLDHAM
1
2
By Mike Walters
Caretaker Oldham boss
Pete Wild, the club?s
academy coach and a
lifelong Latics fan, did
exactly what it says on his
birth certificate.
He let it all hang out
with a potty dance on the
touchline and Match of
the Day producers were
so impressed they invited
him to relive the madness
hours later in the studio.
Lang said: ?Although
we might not make it
home in time to watch it,
I?m getting it recorded
and I might have to watch
it three or four times to
make sure this is for real.
?And when I see the
gaffer sitting there telling
the world how we did it
maybe it will sink in.?
Lang admitted: ?When
Fulham won that penalty
near the end and one of
the best strikers in
Europe came on to take it
I thought, ?Here we go ?
close, but no cigar?.
?But it?s not the first
time Dan has pulled
off a save like
that. He?s been brilliant
for us this season.?
Ranieri reverted to his
old Tinkerman persona by
making six changes and it
did not work.
?I didn?t see the passion,
I didn?t see the desire I
saw in the Oldham
players,? said Ranieri. ?I
gave a chance to players
who aren?t always involved
and they missed it. The
window is open for one
month and if there is the
opportunity to buy
somebody I think the
chairman is ready.?
But Oldham, marvellous
Oldham, languishing in
the fourth tier for the first
time since 1971, deserved
all the plaudits.
This was cup glory from
the back catalogue of
good times when Joe
Royle was in charge.
Fulham did not muster
a shot on target for 52
minutes until Denis Odoi
collected Floyd Ayite?s
cross and smuggled his
volley inside Iversen?s
near post for a lead they
barely deserved.
Neeskens Kebano,
clean through,
squandered a simple
chance to make it 2-0
before the roof caved in
on Fulham.
Ryan Sessegnon?s
brainless rugby tackle
on Latics skipper Peter
Clarke at a corner was
rightly punished by
referee Taylor and
Surridge sent Marcus
Bettinelli the
wrong way from
the spot.
Then came
Iversen?s penalty
save and Lang?s
winner.
FULHAM (4-2-3-1): Bettinelli;
Odoi, Chambers, Ream, Le
Marchand; Seri, Cisse; Ayite,
Cairney (Mitrovic 84),
Kebano (Sessegnon, 74);
Vietto. Bookings: Odoi,
Kebano, Sessegnon.
Goal: Odoi 52.
OLDHAM (4-2-3-1):
Iversen; Hamer, Clarke,
Edmundson, Nepomuceno;
Lyden 6, Missilou 7;
Branger, Maouche, Lang;
O?Grady (Surridge, 61, 8).
Booking: Lyden.
Goals: Surridge 76
pen, Lang 88.
Referee: A Taylor
(Cheshire).
NEWPORT
chairman
Gavin Foxall spent much
of the game fearing he
had missed the club?s
moment of history.
The League Two side?s
top guy was in the
loo answering a call
of nature when
Jamille
Matt
stunned Leicester
with a 10th-minute goal.
And for so long it looked like
the big striker?s powerful
header was going to be what
decided this thrilling humbling
of
their
Premier
League
opponents.
But the chairman should
not have worried ? there was
plenty more where that had
come from in a dramatic finish
which saw Newport clamber
over the line.
They had taken a bit of a
battering in the second half
but looked like holding out
until Leicester grabbed a late
equaliser when Rachid Ghezzal
thumped home a ferocious
shot.
It would have been enough
to finish off most side?s but not
Michael Flynn?s Welsh battlers
who had one more throw of the
dice handed to them.
Leicester?s Marc Albrighton
stuck his arm out to handle
the ball in the 85th minute
and referee Chris Kavanagh
pointed straight to the spot.
Padraig Amond stepped up
calmly
to
kick-start
the
celebrations ? and it was much
the same story back home in
Carlow in south-east Ireland
where a local bar had been
sponsored for free beer if he
managed to score.
The striker said: ?I?ve had
that many messages on my
phone I?ll probably have to go
in a darkened room tomorrow
to look through them all!
?If you dream the impossible
it can happen. Last year we
played Tottenham and ran
them close but at the end of
it all we just got lots of pats
on the back.
Nobody
FAMOUS WIN:
Darren Currie enjoys
Barnet?s victory
CHEERS! Amond scores
the winner from the
spot to earn a free
drink for friends
back home in Ireland
outside of our dressing room
was expecting us to get
anything, but we felt differently.
I can?t wait for the draw.?
County boss Michael Flynn
said: ?It hasn?t sunk in. We?ve
been celebrating with water
because
we
can?t
afford
champagne! This is something
I will never forget. When it went
to 1-1 you do worry but
I just said, ?Let?s go for it?.?
The underdogs stunned the
Foxes after 10 minutes when
Robbie Willmott launched a
lightning raid down the right.
He sent a superb centre across
the six-yard box and Matt rose
superbly to send a header in off
the inside of the post.
Suddenly you could sense in
the Leicester?s players this was
a problem they could really
have done without.
Albrighton thought he had
equalised only to see his shot
strike Tyler Hornby-Forbes
and fly over and Shinji Okazaki
headed a great chance wide of
the post.
As the second half wore on
Leicester threw everything at
the minnows in a bid to level
Currie and
Coulthirst
deliver big
for Barnet
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55
are caught short
Pictures: STU FORSTER, CARL RECINE and NICK POTTS
Underdogs Newport knock out
Foxes on glory day for FA Cup
DEENEY: Quick impact
Dowson
still up
for cup
? of tea
WOKING
WATFORD
0
2
By Tony Banks
MATT FINISH:
Newport?s
Jamille Matt
heads in their
opening goal
things up. They did ? but
plucky Newport magically
came up with the answer
to book another big
fourth-round pay day.
The vanquished
Leicester
boss
Claude
Puel
said: ?We made
changes but we
can?t use that as
an excuse.
?We had a lot of quality
players out there. It is difficult
for us to come to terms
with but credit to Newport
because they have created a
BARNET caretaker-manager
Darren Currie was bursting with
pride after masterminding a
victory over Championship
high-flyers Sheffield United.
Currie, nephew of Blades
legend Tony Currie, only took
over at the National League club
following the retirement of John
Still, and he could hardly contain
his delight in celebrating a
famous win in front of a stand
that bears his uncle?s name.
A first-half penalty from
Shaquile Coulthirst was the only
goal, but Barnet were fully
deserving of their victory.
Currie said: ?I?m so proud and
honoured. I?ve only been in the
job one week but I?ve always
believed in these players. We
fantastic upset and it
is a great moment for
them.?
TOP MAN: Newport
boss Flynn enjoys
their famous victory
SHEFFIELD UTD
BARNET
0
1
By Richard Fidler
wanted them to play with no fear
and they were outstanding ? every
single one of them.
?We had a game plan where we
knew they?d have the ball. We
didn?t want to fall behind, but we
showed confidence and no fear.?
And Currie, who spoke to his
uncle after the game, hopes this
upset can help him land the job
on a full-time basis.
?I?m thrilled with the win, but
I don?t want to get carried away,
I have a job to get. I want to be
manager at this club,? he said.
NEWPORT
(3-5-2):
Day;
Franks, Bennett, Demetriou;
Hornby-Forbes (Pipe 67),
Dolan
(O?Brien
86),
Willmott,
Semenyo,
Neufville;
Amond,
Matt
(Bakinson
77).
Goals: Matt 10, Amond
85 pen.
LEICESTER (4-4-2): Ward;
Simpson (Gray 60), Evans,
Morgan,
Fuchs;
Ghezzal,
James
(King 72), Choudhury, Albrighton; Okazaki
Booked:
(Maddison 46), Iheanacho.
Okazaki. Goal: Ghezzal 82.
Referee: C Kavanagh (Lancashire).
With 84 places between the clubs
in the football pyramid, striker
Coulthirst was the best player
on the pitch.
He found willing partners in
wingers Medy Elito and Ephron
Mason-Clark, who ran themselves
ragged before all three were
replaced by equally effective
substitutes.
Even before Coulthirst calmly
slotted a penalty past Simon
Moore on 21 minutes following
Richard Stearman?s foul on
Mason-Clark, the visitors had
been denied a goal by the
assistant referee?s offside flag.
Once in front, Barnet managed
the game well. Midfielders Craig
Robson and Charlee Adams
provided a shield in front of their
back four but, if United did break
through, the centre-half pair of
Dan Sweeney and captain Callum
Reynolds snuffed out the danger.
United, third in the
Championship, fielded a
second-string team and played
with none of the skill, passion or
aggression which Chris Wilder?s
side are known for.
The introduction of club
captain Billy Sharp and tricky
midfielder Mark Duffy improved
the quality, but the Blades were
never able to create a clear-cut
opportunity to test Mark Cousins
in the Barnet goal.
Wilder was furious, saying: ?We
100 per cent deserved to lose, I
have no complaints. They were
the better team in every part of
the game. As a club we?ve had an
identity, whatever team we put
out and whether it?s a pre-season
game, a Championship match or a
cup tie. That performance today
was one of arrogance, one of
doing what they wanted.
?I?ve told the boys not to go
out through the main entrance,
they need to sneak out, they don?t
deserve to go out the front door.?
SHEFFIELD UNITED (3-5-2): Moore;
Cranie, Stearman, Bryan (Basham 74);
Freeman, Lundstram (Sharp 65), Dowell,
Coutts, Johnson; Clarke, Washington (Duffy,
58). Booked: Coutts, Stearman.
BARNET (4-2-3-1): Cousins; Alexander,
Reynolds, Sweeney, Johnson; Adams,
Robson; Mason-Clark (Fonguck 58),
Taylor, Elito (Tutonda 80); Coulthirst
(Harrison 80). Booked: Adams, Reynolds.
Goal: Coulthirst 21 pen.
Referee: T Harrington (Cleveland).
ALAN DOWSON?S
planned post-match
drink was about
drowning sorrows
rather than celebrating
a giant-killing but
Woking of the
Conference South can
hold their sore heads
high this morning.
They battled hard,
but goals from Will
Hughes and Troy
Deeney were enough to
see Premier League
Watford safely through
at a packed Kingfield.
Woking made around
�0,000 from the tie
and manager Dowson
said: ?Of course the
money will come in
useful. To be honest
the best thing is that
I?ll be able to get a new
kettle for my office! At
the moment I have to
walk about 20 miles for
a cup of tea.
?I?ll get lashed
tonight and then be
back in here tomorrow.?
The Hornets would
have entered this one
with trepidation, for
the Cards had Cup
pedigree, famously
turfing out second
division West Brom on
their own ground in
1991, and beating
Barnet twice, Millwall
and Cambridge in the
following few years.
Going into this game
with just one defeat in
their last 14 games and
lying second in their
division, the Surrey
team had hope.
But Watford, who
made 11 changes, killed
off the possibility of
romance early. After
13 minutes Adam
Masina played a simple
corner to Hughes on
the left, and the
Woking defence were
asleep as the Hornets
striker hooked the ball
through a crowd of
players and into the far
corner of the net.
Watford manager
Javi Gracia threw on
Deeney in the 71st
minute ? and
with only his second
touch of the game,
the team?s talisman
put the game out of
Woking?s reach with
a close-range finish.
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Pep: We?ll
chase it all
By Gideon Brooks
PEP GUARDIOLA yesterday
fired a warning shot to rivals in
all four competitions, insisting his
Manchester City side will go full
throttle from now until May.
The Premier League champions
kept alive the possibility of a
?Quadruple? as they beat
Championship Rotherham
7-0 to reach the fourth round of
the FA Cup, Guardiola?s biggest
win in charge.
But afterwards he
said he will continue
to give 100 per cent
on all four
battlefronts in
pursuit of
silverware.
?We took it
seriously because we
do what we have to do
to become a great, great
club,? said City manager
Guardiola, above. ?The great
clubs don?t choose games, every
game you do your job.
?We did amazingly again but we
had eight new players and they
saw what their mates had done
last Thursday [against Liverpool]
so that is the more important
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TEENAGER SET TO HOEVER UP RECORD
LIVERPOOL TEENAGER Ki-Jana
Hoever could tonight become
the youngest player to appear
for the club in the FA Cup.
The 16-year-old Dutch
defender is expected to be in
their squad at Wolves after
being handed the No51 shirt.
Manager Jurgen Klopp will
By Chris McKenna
decide between Hoever and
18-year-old Rafa Camacho at
right-back.
Hoever,
right, who
turns 17
on January
18, will eclipse Ben
Woodburn, who holds the
record at 17 years and 85
days, if he plays.
Hoever will also be the
third-youngest to feature in
any competition for Liverpool
after Jerome Sinclair ? 16
years and six days ? and Jack
Robinson ? 16 years
and 250 days.
The Holland youth
international was
promoted to
first-team training
at Melwood last
month following
injuries to
defensive pair Joe Gomez
and Joel Matip.
?It is just a joy to watch
him,? said Klopp. ?He is
an incredible, confident
young fellow and a really
good player too.?
NEVES RAISED BY
WOLVES: P52
GIANT-KILLERS: Padraig Amond jumps for joy after scoring
Newport?s late winner, interim manager Pete Wild celebrates
Oldham?s victory, above, and David Tutonda leads the dancing
as Barnet party at Bramall Lane
Ole is best
for Lukaku
By Jeremy Cross
ROMELU LUKAKU has taken a
swipe at Jose Mourinho by saying
new Manchester United boss
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows how
to get the best out of him.
Lukaku cut a miserable figure
towards the end of Mourinho?s
troubled reign as United manager.
The Belgium striker scored just
six goals in 21 appearances before
Mourinho was sacked last month.
This desperate run
included 12 games
without a goal.
But Lukaku,
right, has looked
like a new man
since Solskjaer
took charge on a
caretaker basis
until the end of the
season, scoring three
in three games.
His ninth of the season helped
United beat Reading 2-0 at Old
Trafford, book a place in the FA
Cup fourth round and make it five
wins from five under Solskjaer.
Solskjaer has held a meeting
with Lukaku to discuss his game
and the forward said: ?He talks to
me all the time. All the time ? and
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The Welsh club will be joined in tonight?s draw by
National League Barnet, who stunned Championship
side Sheffield United with a 1-0 win at Bramall Lane.
And the day after Cardiff and Huddersfield were
dumped out of the competition, Claudio Ranieri?s
Fulham became another top-flight casualty, losing 2-1
to Pete Wild?s League Two Oldham.
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Newport turf
out Leicester
Oldham go Wild
against Fulham
Barnet chop
down Blades
26
24
21
21
(Live on BT Sport 1)
Crystal Palace v Watford ....................
Leicester v Southampton ...................
West Ham v Arsenal (12.30) .............
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Sky Bet Championship
Birmingham v Middlesbrough .............
Brentford v Stoke..............................
Bristol City v Bolton...........................
Hull v Sheffield Wednesday ................
Ipswich v Rotherham .........................
Millwall v Blackburn (5.30) ................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Preston North End v Swansea ............
Reading v Nottingham Forest .............
Sheffield Utd v QPR ..........................
West Brom v Norwich ........................
Doolan 9
Att: 5,282
Keena 18
Flannigan 28 (og)
Trouten 49, 90
Att: 4,723
Walsh 69
Att: 2,225
Mercer 83
Dobbie 84
W D L F
11 6 3 35
10 6 3 34
9 6 5 30
7 7 6 23
6 9 5 29
5 11 3 26
6 6 8 22
4 8 8 21
4 4 12 17
4 3 13 18
P
Ross County..............20
Ayr ...........................19
Dundee Utd ...............20
Morton .....................20
Queen of South .........20
Inverness CT .............19
Dunfermline ..............20
Alloa ........................20
Falkirk......................20
Partick .....................20
A
16
17
29
28
23
22
27
29
31
33
Pts
39
36
33
28
27
26
24
20
16
15
Ladbrokes League One
ARBROATH (0) ...... 1 BRECHIN (0).......0
McCord 82
Att: 1,061
Barr 18, 85
Att: 619
Hilson 4, Baird 37
Easton 41
Dowds 20
Att: 725
Wilkie 18
McIntosh 45
Davidson 18
Gillespie 33
Murray 38
Vaughan 40
Duggan 52
Ross 25
Att: 1,398
Cameron 57
Att: 317
Rennie 4 (pen),
16 (pen)
DUMBARTON ....... 2 FORFAR .............3
EAST FIFE (1)........ 1 AIRDRIE (2) ........2
RAITH (4) .............. 5 STENHSMUIR (1) 1
STRANRAER (0)..... 1 MONTROSE (2) ...2
Wigan v Aston Villa ...........................
Sky Bet League One
Accrington v Bristol Rovers.................
Barnsley v Bradford ...........................
Burton v Gillingham...........................
Coventry v AFC Wimbledon ................
Fleetwood v Oxford Utd......................
Peterborough v Rochdale ...................
Portsmouth v Blackpool .....................
Shrewsbury v Charlton .......................
Southend v Plymouth ........................
Sunderland v Luton ...........................
Walsall v Scunthorpe.........................
Wycombe v Doncaster .......................
Sky Bet League Two
Bury v Milton Keynes Dons ................
Cheltenham v Tranmere ....................
EDINBURGH C (0) . 0 STIRLING (0) ......1
P
Edinburgh City...........19
Peterhead .................18
Clyde ........................19
Annan Athletic...........19
Elgin.........................19
Cowdenbeath ............18
Stirling .....................18
Queen?s Park ............18
Berwick ....................18
Albion.......................18
BREEDON HIGHLAND LGE: Buckie
Thistle 0 Brora 4, Deveronvale 2
Clachnacuddin 1, Formartine United
14 Fort William 1, Huntly 2 Keith 1,
Inverurie Loco Works 3 Strathspey
Thistle 2, Lossiemouth 0 Rothes 4,
Nairn County 1 Fraserburgh 2, Turriff
United 0 Cove Rangers 1, Wick
Academy 0 Forres Mechanics 0.
GEOSONIC LOWLAND LGE: BSC
Glasgow 1 Civil Service Strollers 1,
Cumbernauld Colts 0 East Kilbride
3, East Stirling 3 Kelty Hearts 3,
Gala Fairydean P Selkirk P, Gretna
2008 5 Dalbeattie Star 2, Stirling
University 1 Edinburgh Univ 1, Vale
Of Leithen 5 Edusport Academy 4,
Whitehill Welfare 1 Spartans 1.
Crewe v Newport Co..........................
Exeter v Morecambe .........................
Grimsby v Macclesfield ......................
Mansfield v Yeovil .............................
Northampton v Carlisle ......................
Notts County v Cambridge Utd ...........
Oldham v Forest Green......................
Port Vale v Colchester .......................
Stevenage v Crawley .........................
Swindon v Lincoln City.......................
Ladbrokes Championship
Alloa v Morton ..................................
Dundee Utd v Dunfermline.................
Inverness CT v Ayr.............................
Partick v Falkirk ................................
Queen of the South v Ross County .....
COUPON NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49
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RESULT H A A H A H H H H H SD H A A H H H H H SD H A A H A D SD H H A H H SD H A SD A A SD SD A H SD SD A D A H A
BROMLEY (2) ........ 3
CHESTERFLD (0) ... 3
DAG & RED (3) ...... 4
FC HALIFAX (0) ..... 0
GATESHEAD (0)..... 0
HARTLEPOOL (1)... 1
HAVANT & W (0) ... 2
L ORIENT (0) ......... 0
SOLIHULL M (2) .... 4
SUTTON UTD (1) ... 2
WREXHAM (0) ....... 0
P
Leyton Orient ............29
Salford City...............29
Wrexham ..................28
Solihull Moors...........28
AFC Fylde .................29
Sutton Utd ................28
Harrogate Town ........29
Gateshead ................28
Ebbsfleet United........29
Eastleigh ..................29
Barrow .....................29
Boreham Wood .........29
Bromley ....................28
Hartlepool ................29
Barnet ......................25
Dag & Red ................29
FC Halifax .................28
Dover .......................29
Havant and W............29
Maidenhead Utd ........28
Aldershot ..................28
Chesterfield ..............28
Maidstone Utd ..........28
Braintree Town .........29
AFC FYLDE (1) ....2
EBBSFLEET (3) ...3
BOREHAM W (3) .4
BRAINTREE (0) ...0
MAIDENHEAD (1) 1
MAIDSTONE (2) ..2
BARROW (0) .......0
SALFORD C (2) ...3
EASTLEIGH (0)....1
HARROGATE T (0)1
DOVER (0) ..........1
W
16
16
15
15
13
13
13
14
12
12
11
9
10
9
10
10
7
8
7
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7
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9
7
8
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11
10
8
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8
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5
5
12
7
8
4
6
14
4
7
L F
4 49
6 56
5 36
7 43
5 45
5 38
8 54
10 36
9 43
10 33
12 32
9 32
12 40
11 31
10 26
14 34
9 26
14 30
14 41
16 28
15 24
10 27
17 25
18 25
A
20
31
18
25
23
31
39
27
31
38
34
33
43
38
28
38
31
46
52
50
45
37
43
53
Pts
57
55
53
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50
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47
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39
38
36
36
35
35
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VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE?
North: AFC Telford 2 Spennymoor
Town 1, Blyth Spartans 1 Alfreton
Town 1, Boston Utd 1 Altrincham 2,
Brackley 3 Ashton Utd 1, Curzon
Ashton 1 York 0, Darlington 3
Kidderminster 0, FC United of
Manchester 0 Chester FC 2,
Guiseley 1 Leamington 1, Hereford
FC 1 Chorley 1, Southport 1
Nuneaton Borough 1, Stockport
County 3 Bradford P A 0. South:
Chelmsford 2 Hampton & Richmond
0, Chippenham 2 Eastbourne
Borough 3, Dulwich 0 Bath City 2,
East Thurrock 2 Gloucester 0,
Hungerford Town 2 Concord Rangers
1, St Albans 1 Oxford City 0, Torquay
4 Slough 0, Wealdstone 1 Dartford
1, Welling 5 Truro City 3,
Weston-S-Mare 2 Billericay 3.
EVO-STIK NORTHERN PREMIER?
Prem: Bamber Bridge 3 Grantham
1, Basford Utd 3 Hyde United 8,
Buxton 2 Whitby 0, Farsley Celtic 3
Warrington Town 3, Gainsborough 0
Nantwich Town 0, Lancaster City 1
Matlock Town 0, Mickleover Sports 2
Stalybridge 1, North Ferriby Utd 0
Marine 2, Scarborough Athletic 5
Hednesford 3, Stafford Rangers 1
Workington 1, Witton Albion 0 South
Shields 1.
EVO-STIK SOUTHERN PREM?
Central: Banbury 6 Barwell 1,
Bedworth Utd 0 Stourbridge 3,
Biggleswade Town 1 St Ives Town 0,
Halesowen 1 Coalville Town 3,
Hitchin Town 3 AFC Rushden &
Diamonds 4, Kettering 2 Tamworth
1, King?s Lynn Town 1 Leiston 1,
Lowestoft Town 0 Needham Market
2, Rushall Olympic 1 Redditch 3, St
Neots Town 1 Royston Town 0,
Stratford Town 0 Alvechurch 1.
South: Chesham Utd 0 Beaconsfield
0, Farnborough 2 Swindon
Supermarine 1, Frome Town 1
Wimborne Town 0, Harrow Borough
4 Met Police 3, Hartley Wintney 0
Basingstoke 2, Hendon 1 Kings
Langley 2, Merthyr Town 1 Salisbury
FC 2, Poole Town 1 Gosport Borough
1, Staines Town 1 Walton Casuals 4,
Taunton 1 Dorchester 1, Weymouth
2 Tiverton 1.
BOSTIK?Prem: AFC Hornchurch 1
Dorking Wanderers 1, Bishop?s
Stortford 0 Kingstonian 3, Bognor
Regis Town 2 Carshalton Ath 0,
Burgess Hill Town 0 Folkestone
Invicta 0, Corinthian Casuals 0
Harlow 0, Enfield Town 1 Lewes 1,
Haringey Borough 3 Whitehawk 0,
Leatherhead 2 Potters Bar Town 1,
Margate 1 Worthing 1, Merstham 3
Wingate & Finchley 0, Tonbridge
Angels 2 Brightlingsea Regent 2.
Ladbrokes League One
Airdrieonians v Raith .........................
Brechin v Dumbarton ........................
Forfar v Stranraer..............................
Montrose v East Fife .........................
Stenhousemuir v Arbroath .................
Ladbrokes League Two
Albion v Peterhead ............................
Berwick v Clyde ................................
Elgin v Cowdenbeath .........................
Queen?s Park v Edinburgh City............
Stirling v Annan Athletic.....................
SUNDAY
Premier League
Everton v AFC Bournemouth (2.15) ....
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Tottenham v Man Utd (4.30)
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
DIVIDENDS ? With Nine score draws,
and Two no-score draws, the dividend
forecast is Good. No claims are
required for half-time draws.
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
We are
waving
off one of
the greats
CHELSEA
2
NOTTM FOREST 0
DAVID LUIZ said an
emotional goodbye to
Cesc
Fabregas
and
then insisted English
football is losing one of
its great stars.
Fabregas played his 501st
and final game in this country
before jetting off to France
yesterday to sign a three-year
contract with Monaco.
He will be reunited there
with Thierry Henry, his former
team-mate at Arsenal ? where
he won the FA Cup in 2005.
Fabregas, a World Cup
and
double
European
Championship winner with
Spain, spent less time at
Chelsea
but
won
more
silverware,
including
two
Premier League titles.
Although he missed a
penalty as an Alvaro Morata
double sunk Championship
Nottingham Forest, that was
not the reason he left the pitch,
to a standing ovation, in tears.
Fabregas always said it
would be hard to leave Chelsea
and Luiz revealed he gave an
emotional farewell speech in
the dressing room after the
final whistle. Luiz said: ?After
that we all said thank you and
hugged him. It?s not etiquette
to tell you what he said.
?It?s always difficult to lose
players, especially like him,
ADIEU: Fabregas is
off to Monaco and
Chelsea?s Luiz says
he deserves
success
because he?s a world-class
player. But if it?s better for him
and better for the club, we
have to understand that.
?It was emotional, not just
for him ? for everybody. He was
one of the best players playing
in England. Everyone knows
that. Everybody stood up and
clapped. He deserves it.?
Fabregas, whose penalty
was saved by Luke Steele
after Danny Fox fouled Ruben
Loftus-Cheek, may be 31 and
not getting many minutes
these days but Luiz said he
will be hard to replace.
?He
always
brings
a
confidence, energy for the
team,? said Luiz. ?It doesn?t
matter the game, he?s always
going to show his qualities.
It?s really sad for us. We are
wishing him all the best,
because he deserves it.? While
Fabregas
now
represents
Chelsea?s past, Blues fans
hope
18-year-old
Callum
Hudson-Odoi, a �million
target for Bayern Munich, is
the future.
He assisted both of Morata?s
goals and could now start in
tomorrow?s
Carabao
Cup
semi-final first leg against
Tottenham at Wembley.
Assistant
coach
Carlo
Cudicini said: ?It?s difficult to
say because we have a few
players
recovering
from
injuries. The games are coming
thick and fast. We have a very
important game. We need to
get a bit of energy back.
?Obviously, we know the
level of the opponent. It?s
always important to win the
first trophy of the season.?
Forest
midfielder
Adlene
Guedioura says they now
have a taste for Premier
League football and must not
let defeat distract them from
trying to win promotion.
?When you play Premier
League teams it makes you
want to come back next
season,? said Guedioura.
?We want to be playing big
teams like this every week so
we need to take what we?ve
learnt from today and focus
on the league.
?Promotion is still the
number one aim for us as a
squad so we need to rest and
recover well this week and
get ready for a big game at
Reading next weekend.?
CHELSEA (4-3-3): Caballero; Zappacosta,
Christensen, Luiz, Emerson; Ampadu,
Fabregas (Kante 85), Barkley; Loftus-Cheek
(Hazard 42), Morata (Azpilicueta 75),
Hudson-Odoi. Booked: Barkley. Goals:
Morata 49, 59.
NOTTINGHAM FOREST (4-2-3-1): Steele;
Darikwa, Yacob, Fox, Janko; Guedioura,
Colback; Cash (Lolley 57), Carvalho,
Osborn; Murphy. Booked: Colback.
Referee: A Madley (West Yorkshire).
Willock aims to become seniors citizen
JOE WILLOCK believes his
two-goal performance was a
?dream come true? but says he
needs to use it to force a
permanent spot in Arsenal?s
Premier League line-up.
His first-half brace snuffed
out any chance of an upset in
boss Unai Emery?s first taste
of the FA Cup and maintained
a red-hot scoring streak.
After three in two games for
the Under-21s in the EFL
Trophy, he has three in three
games for the seniors in the
Europa and FA Cups.
?It was one of my aims at the
start of the season to push on,
BLACKPOOL
ARSENAL
0
3
By Gideon Brooks
try to get in the box more, get
a few more goals and help the
team. The hard work is paying
off,? said the midfielder, 19.
?I?ve always wanted to play
more in the Premier League
but I know I?m going to have
to be patient. Hopefully I?m
showing what I can do when
I get opportunities.?
Willock, right, became the
youngest Gunner to score in
the competition since Aaron
Ramsey in 2010 but is unlikely
to lose a sense of perspective
however well things go.
He is one of three
brothers, all England
youth internationals
who started at
Arsenal. Matt, 22, has
been on loan at
St Mirren from
Manchester United
and Chris, 20, plays for
Benfica?s second string.
?When we were young we all
had a dream together,? he said.
?We?re just trying to fulfil it
and repay Mum and Dad
49
ROUND-UP
Clyne?s new
start after
Klopp snub
NATHANIEL CLYNE
has revealed his
torment at being
frozen out by Jurgen
Klopp at Liverpool.
Clyne, 27, joined
Bournemouth on loan
last week after playing
just seven Premier
League games in the
past 18 months at
Anfield.
The England
defender, who
made his
Cherries debut
in the 3-1 home
defeat by
Brighton,
said: ?It is very
frustrating.
?Knowing you
are fit and can
go out and play
but constantly
not getting
selected for the team is
a bit disappointing.
?I would rather just
go out and find another
club which would give
me the opportunities
to play games. This is
why I am here.?
Under-pressure
Bolton manager Phil
WINGING IT:
Hudson-Odoi
represents
Chelsea?s
future, their
fans hope
By Paul Brown
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
Pictures: DARREN WALSH
for the sacrifices they made.?
Willock was part of the side
dumped out of last season?s
FA Cup by Nottingham
Forest. There were no
such slip-ups at
Bloomfield Road,
where discontented
home fans called for
the removal of the
club?s owners. Arsenal
always held sway and
Alex Iwobi added a third
to seal their passage.
Blackpool manager
Terry McPhillips said: ?Fair
play to Arsenal. They were
too good for us.?
By Ian Winrow
but I can?t really think
about that every day.
I?ve just got to play my
football when I get the
chance,? he said.
Aston Villa boss
Dean Smith believes
Scott Hogan can fill
the gap if Chelsea
loanee Tammy
Abraham leaves.
Hogan ? signed for
�million from
Brentford two
years ago ? made
his first start of
the season in the
a 3-0 defeat by
Swansea.
Smith said:
?We have plans if
Abraham goes
and plans if he
stays. It is a job
for us to work on
building Hogan?s
confidence, get him
scoring goals again.?
Nick Pope?s return
in Burnley?s 1-0 win
over Barnsley means
three England
keepers are battling at
Turf Moor. Pope is
LONG WAIT:
Carroll nets
his first goal
since April
Parkinson received a
boost after another
troubled week for the
cash-strapped club.
The Trotters, whose
precarious financial
position has again
come under scrutiny,
recovered after
falling behind to beat
Walsall 5-2.
Striker Clayton
Donaldson said: ?The
off-the-field issues
haven?t helped, but
once you step on to
the pitch you have
to put them to the
back of your mind.?
Ashley Williams says
Stoke?s stars are behind
Gary Rowett after fans
called for the manager
to go during the 1-1
draw at Shrewsbury.
Williams said: ?We
like the gaffer. We?re
pulling for him and,
as a player, you don?t
want to see a change.?
Andy Carroll said
he is playing for his
West Ham future after
scoring his first goal
since April in the 2-0
defeat of Birmingham.
?Yes, I want to stay
and I want a new deal
competing with Joe
Hart and Tom Heaton
for a starting spot. He
said: ?It?s up to us to
decide who gets the
shirt. We?ve all got to
be pushing each other
every day.?
Everton manager
Marco Silva hit back
at predecessor Sam
Allardyce following
his side?s 2-1 win
against Lincoln.
Allardyce warned
that Silva would never
survive with his current
playing style, but the
Portuguese manager
said: ?Maybe if it is
David Moyes I would
listen because he did
something really
important at this club.
But in this case it is
not important at all.?
Brentford beat
Oxford 1-0 while
Crystal Palace
overcame Grimsby by
the same scoreline.
AFC Wimbledon
won 3-2 at Fleetwood,
Middlesbrough beat
Peterborough 5-0 and
West Brom edged out
Wigan with the only
goal of the game.
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FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Dack on track
for the big time
BRADLEY DACK sat
in the dressing room
feeling very different
to the last time he
played in a cup tie
against Premier
League opposition.
In September 2016
he was on the wrong
end of a 5-0 thumping
by Tottenham
playing for
Gillingham.
That had
been a
sobering
experience for
Dack, right,
who fancied
his chances of
playing top-flight
football one day.
If it felt out of reach
that night, it is no
longer such a distant
prospect for the
25-year-old who has
been at the heart of
all things good for an
NEWCASTLE
BLACKBURN
1
1
By Ian Murtagh
improving Blackburn.
Tony Mowbray?s fluid
side took the lead
when Dack headed
in his 12th goal of
the season and
only a late
penalty from
Matt Ritchie
saved Toon.
?It?s nice to
test yourself
against Premier
League clubs and
this was a lot more
fun,? said Dack.
?I remember thinking
after Spurs that I was
a long way off this level.
That wasn?t great.
?But I proved today
I can play at this level
and so did the team.?
Green has late
show on repeat
ANDRE GREEN is
making a name for
himself with late cup
winners and wants to
start repeating that
to help Portsmouth?s
push for promotion.
The on-loan Aston
Villa forward scored
League One leaders
Pompey?s goal in
the fifth minute
of added time
at 10-man
Norwich.
Green,
right, also
scored the
winner in the
previous round
at Rochdale, and
was on target when
Portsmouth defeated
the Tottenham
Under-21 team in the
Checkatrade Trophy.
?I?m becoming
known for scoring late
NORWICH
PORTSMOUTH
0
1
By Derek Davis
goals,? said 20-year-old
Green. ?I have been
scoring in the cup so
I?m hoping I can take
that into the
league.?
Norwich
had Grant
Hanley sent
off in the
14th minute
but looked to
have held out
for a replay until
Green struck in
stoppage time.
Norwich defender
Ben Godfrey said:
?The boys can be
proud of the way we
dealt with it but it
still hurts to go out.?
Jones homes in
on Owls upset
LUTON manager
Nathan Jones is
challenging his players
to go one better in the
replay at home after
this creditable draw
with Championship
Sheffield Wednesday.
Jones, below, whose
Hatters are second in
League Two and
unbeaten in 12
matches in all
competitions,
said: ?The
chance to
play Sheffield
Wednesday at
a full house
back at our place
is a great one.
?We want to get to
the next level, we
believe we have players
who can play at the
next level and if we
were to beat
Wednesday, that would
rubber-stamp what we
SHEFF WEDS
LUTON
0
0
By Nathan
Hemmingham
believe we are capable
of and give us a
massive confidence
boost.?
Luton
goalkeeper
James Shea
was the
hero at
Hillsborough,
making
excellent saves
from Marco
Matias, twice, and
Steven Fletcher.
Owls defender
Michael Hector said:
?We are still in the hat,
that?s the positive.
Now we have to take
care of the job away
from home.?
Ole is ready to
earn his spurs
OLE GUNNAR Solskjaer
has no intention of looking
over his shoulder as he
attempts
to
persuade
the Manchester United
hierarchy
to
appoint
him
as manager on a
permanent basis.
The Norwegian is doing all
he can to show that he is the
right man for the job after
masterminding five wins from
five games since replacing Jose
Mourinho last month.
Saturday?s was the most
routine one, with goals by Juan
Mata, from a penalty he won,
and Romelu Lukaku seeing off
spirited Reading to book a spot in
the fourth round.
The acid test of Solskjaer?s
credentials will come this Sunday
when United face a rampant
Tottenham at Wembley. And it
will pitch him against Mauricio
Pochettino, the man who remains
firm favourite to become United?s
next permanent manager.
If Solskjaer looks in his
rear-view mirror he will see the
likes of Pochettino and the
unattached
Zinedine
Zidane
waiting in the wings to ruin his
dream of leading United beyond
the end of this season. But he
could not care less who is behind
him or what has gone on in the
past ? and that includes the feats
of club legend Sir Matt Busby.
Solskjaer and Sir Matt are the
only two United managers to win
their first five games.
The interim boss, though, is
only
interested
in
looking
forward.
He
has
warned
Pochettino and Spurs that the
best is still to come from his
rejuvenated team.
?I don?t care [about matching
Busby]. Not now. I might sit
down in 20 years? time and
look at whatever records I
have,? said Solskjaer, who
has now taken his squad to
Dubai on a warm-weather
training break. ?I never look
back. Never, ever. You reflect
and you try to improve but
you never get complacent
and think, ?I?ve done this or
that, I?ve done well?.
?Tottenham have performed
fantastically this season and
they have a great way of playing.
?But we?re at Wembley, we?re
playing against one of the top
teams, it doesn?t need motivation.
The players are getting confidence
MAN UTD
READING
Pictures: PHIL NOBLE and SIMON STACPOOLE
2
0
By Jeremy Cross
HANDY START:
United have won
five in a row
since Solskjaer
took over from
Mourinho
and the feeling that we
have momentum. It?s
about keeping it up
and let?s see where it
takes us. We?re always
good towards the end of
the season anyway.?
New Reading manager
Jose Gomes would love to
take his squad somewhere
like Dubai, but his main
priority
now
is
signing
reinforcements to help him
avoid
relegation
from
the
Championship.
Reading are second from
bottom in the table, having gone
12 games without a win in all
competitions. Gomes said of this
defeat: ?They beat us, but they
didn?t take our confidence.
?We played face-to-face with
United. It gives us big hope for
the future and I?d like to bring in
new players, maybe four or five.?
MANCHESTER UNITED (4-3-3): Romero; Dalot,
Young, Jones, Darmian; Fred (Fellaini 62), Pereira,
McTominay; Mata (Chong 62), Sanchez (Rashford
64), Lukaku. Booked: Chong. Goals: Mata 22
pen, Lukaku 45.
READING (4-5-1): Jaakkola; Yiadom, Ilori
(Aluko 45), Moore, Richards; Kelly, Rinomhota,
McCleary (Barrow 61), Swift, Harriott (Meite
76); Loader. Booked: Yiadom.
Referee: S Attwell (Warwickshire).
SPOT OF TROUBLE: Liam
Moore fouls Juan Mata to
concede penalty
Lukaku?s thriving
FROM BACK PAGE
FLYING HIGH: United
head to a Dubai camp
I like that. He plays in a way I like
to play, and the rest of the team.
?He wants us to win, we want
to win and we are just enjoying
our football right now.
?He?s given me a lot of advice. He
did a total analysis of my game and
he helped me a lot. I am looking
forward to keeping on working with
him. He really wants me to face the
goal, because he knows that when I
am facing goal I am at my most
dangerous, my best.
?Also, to try to stay on the move
all the time. The work we?ve been
doing is good. I want to improve.?
United?s squad yesterday flew
to Dubai for a warm-weather camp
without Paul Pogba, who stayed
behind to receive treatment on
an injury. He is expected to join up
with his team-mates later this week.
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Pictures: HENRY BROWNE
SIMPLY
THE BEST:
List
celebrates
his late
winner to
sink Premier
League
Cardiff
GILLINGHAM
CARDIFF
1
0
By Adrian Kajumba
THE mum of Gillingham
goal-scoring hero Elliott
List will not forget her
birthday celebrations in
a hurry, even with a big
bottle of champagne
among her gifts.
Twenty-four hours after
mum Samantha?s big day,
List hit the winner against
Neil Warnock?s Cardiff so the
party could really begin.
His goal won the young
winger the man-of-the-match
award and a fancy bottle of
club champagne, and he said:
?It was her birthday on
Friday, so we?ll definitely be
celebrating and that one was
for her.?
List, 21, described his late
winner, a brilliant finish which
earned the League One
strugglers their first win over
top-flight opposition for 15
years, as the best moment of
his career.
With his mum and dad
watching on, he said he did
exactly what they told him
to do when they were trying
to help him get over being
released by Crystal Palace in
2015. ?When I left Palace it
was a real low point,? he said.
?When you sign for a Premier
League club and you?re still in
school you think ?Wow, I?m
Top of mum?s
birthday List
going to go straight to the top
And having made it to Match
and play in the Prem, and it
of the Day on Saturday night,
doesn?t always happen like List said: ?I?ll definitely record
that. Funnily enough, Neil that and it won?t leave my TV.?
Warnock was the manager for
Gillingham manager Steve
a period while I was there.
Lovell is keen to face more
?My family rallied round and
top-flight opposition.
said, ?If this is what you want
?We?re all the same
to do, go and make it happen.
? we want to play the
Prove to the world you
big boys again,? he
can do it?.
said. ?Whoever it is,
?And you can see the
we?re in the fourth
players that have come
round and I think
up from lower teams
it?s a long time
like Jamie Vardy.
since we?ve been
?Every kid dreams
there so I?m
of playing at the top.
proud of that.?
You watch Match of
Cardiff boss
the Day and want to
Warnock said his
be on it. But now
side?s FA Cup exit
I?m here, I want to
could
be
a
work as hard as I
blessing as they
can for Gills and
battle for Premier
help them up
League survival.
the league.
A bad day at
?I?m enjoying
the office was
BLESSING IN
my
football,
compounded by
DISGUISE:
that?s
the
injuries
to
Warnock
Kadeem Harris
main thing.?
and Danny Ward at Priestfield,
limiting Warnock?s already
slim
squad
ahead
of
Saturday?s
big relegation
battle with Huddersfield.
?It might be a blessing. We
lost a couple of players and we
can?t afford to lose any players
really,? said Warnock.
In the aftermath of the
shock defeat in Kent, Warnock
vented his frustration at
missing out on the loan
signing of Liverpool defender
Nathaniel Clyne.
He branded it a ?disgrace?
after claiming he had been
promised the player by
the Reds. But Clyne has
moved to Bournemouth.
GILLINGHAM (5-3-2): Holy; O?Neil, Zakuani,
Lacey, Ogilvie, Garmston; List, Byrne, Reilly;
Parker; Eaves. Booked: Zakuani, Garmston,
Parker. Goal: List 81.
CARDIFF (4-1-4-1): Smithies; Peltier,
Morrison, Manga, Bennett; Damour (Hoilett
90); Ralls, Mendez-Laing, Reid (Ward 74),
Harris (J Murphy 54); Paterson.
Referee: T Robinson (West Sussex).
Patience pays off for Morrell
MORRELL: Second start
JOE Morrell described
cup glory on only his
second Bristol City start
as ?worth the wait?.
The midfielder?s only
other start came five
seasons ago in a 2-1
Football League Trophy
defeat at Wycombe.
Since then Morrell,
22, has had loan spells
with Sutton, Margate
and Cheltenham, but he
has not given up hope of
an Ashton Gate career.
?I can barely stand
up,? said the Wales
Under-21 international
BRISTOL CITY
HUDDERSFIELD
1
0
By Richard Latham
after helping City land a
fifth Premier League
scalp in two seasons.
?I
haven?t
played
as much this season
after a full campaign on
loan at Cheltenham
and it?s been quite
difficult to get my head
around suddenly facing
Premiership opposition.
But it was worth the
wait. There is a lot more
to come from me and,
hopefully, I will get the
chance to show that.
?You could feel the
quality of the opposition.
But we more than
matched Huddersfield.?
Josh
Brownhill?s
winner piled pressure
on Huddersfield boss
David Wagner, inflicting
a ninth straight defeat.
?I am not the person
to ask,? said Wagner
when he was questioned
about his job. ?I take full
responsibility for our
bad run ? just as I do for
what has happened
to our club over the
past
three-and-a-half
years.
?We have to put this
performance behind us
and focus on a big league
game at Cardiff.?
City
head
coach
Lee Johnson had extra
cause for satisfaction.
He said: ?A flu bug swept
through our squad and
I kept having to alter
selection as players
went down with it.?
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Kee on Mersey
mission after
Tractor crash
ACCRINGTON striker
Billy Kee is praying for
a glamour tie against
one of the Merseyside
big boys after knocking
out Ipswich.
Kee?s ninth goal of
the season was enough
to send the Tractor
Boys, who are bottom
of the Championship,
crashing out at the
third round for the
ninth season in a row.
Kee, below, wants to
put the frighteners
on a Premier
League side in
the next round
and said:
?Now bring on
Liverpool or
Everton. If I?m
really honest,
I?d love to draw a
glamour club at
Accrington. It can be a
horrible experience for
the big boys, especially
when they see our
dressing rooms.?
Manager John
Coleman was bemused
to find his League
One side were the
pre-match favourites.
But he said: ?It
shows how far we have
come, and people?s
changed perceptions.
We have worked hard
ACCRINGTON
IPSWICH
1
0
By Lindsay Sutton
to get where we are.?
Kee?s second-half goal
came from a Sean
McConville free-kick,
headed back across
goal by Ben RichardsEverton for him to
head past goalkeeper
Bartosz Bialkowski.
Sam Finley and
Jordan Clark
were both foiled
by Bialkowski,
and then
Accrington
keeper Connor
Ripley had to
keep out late
efforts from
Freddie Sears.
Town manager
Paul Lambert now
has only one win from
12 matches in charge.
?I still believe I can
keep this club in the
Championship,? he
said. ?It?s an absolute
disgrace that a great
club like this is in this
state. I?ve never had to
look at turning things
round as much as this.
?There have to be
a lot of changes.?
Derby to miss
out on Ampadu
FRANK LAMPARD
fears Derby?s squad is
lacking depth but
believes he will fail in
his bid to sign Ethan
Ampadu on loan
from Chelsea.
This cup tie was a
test of Derby?s
reserves after six
changes, but they
could not overcome
Premier League
Southampton,
who were also
weakened.
Despite his
connection
to Chelsea,
Lampard
will struggle
to recruit
Ampadu, 18,
right. The Derby
boss has brought in
one Chelsea teen on
loan ? Mason Mount,
19 ? this season. He
was left out on
Saturday with the
promotion race in
mind.
Another youngster
Harry Wilson, 21, on
loan from Liverpool,
was injured. Lampard
DERBY
2
SOUTHAMPTON 2
By Arindam Rej
said: ?We?ve got a big
squad in certain areas
but haven?t in others.
?Ethan Ampadu
can play in a few
positions ? that?s why
he would be so
valuable to anybody.
The last I heard
he was staying
at Chelsea.
?Mason is
staying [at
Derby]. I
think Harry
is staying here
? but it?s
Liverpool?s call.
?I was aware of the
finances here. We?re
not in the same
league as some teams
that have spent a lot.?
Derby were 2-0
down to two Nathan
Redmond strikes but
fought back through
goals from Jack
Marriott and Tom
Lawrence.
ROUND 18: January 5
Match
Chelsea v Nottingham Forest
Derby v Southampton
Everton v Lincoln
Aston Villa v Swansea
Gillingham v Cardiff
Result
2-0
2-2
2-1
0-3
1-0
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Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
?The wolf
works hard
to achieve
his goals?
LALLANA: Good shape
Klopp
still has
faith in
Lallana
By Chris McKenna
ADAM LALLANA has
been told he can still
play a significant part in
Liverpool?s season.
The England midfield
man returned from a
groin injury in October
and has begun just
three games since.
But he is set to start
against Wolves at
Molineux tonight as
Jurgen Klopp rings the
changes. The Liverpool
manager insists Lallana,
30, will play a major role
as his side chase glory
on three fronts in the
Premier League,
Champions League and
FA Cup.
?Adam is in
outstanding shape,?
said Klopp. ?It was
close in the last game
whether we started him
or not. Adam is a player
who would play four
games in a day if he
could because of his
desire to play football.
?He is in the best
moment since I?ve
known him and he will
have a big part to play
in our season.
?He always accepts
my decisions but then it
is about what you make
of them, if you are in or
out. He is an important
part of the squad.?
Klopp has also urged
Naby Keita to play more
confidently, with the
Guinea midfielder
having struggled for
form since his arrival at
the club in the summer.
The �.7million
signing from RB Leipzig
lit up the Bundesliga
over the past two
seasons but has not yet
made the same
impression in England.
Keita has not featured
since the 2-0 win over
Wolves in the league
just before Christmas
but he will get another
chance to show his
quality tonight.
Klopp said: ?I am
completely happy with
Naby but could he be a
bit more confident in the
games? Yes. Is he exactly
the player he was in his
best time at Leipzig?
No. He is still adapting.
Everyone saw at the
beginning of the season
how brilliant he played.?
Simon Mignolet will
start in goal and Alberto
Moreno is also expected
to feature at the back.
BOOT CAMP:
Ruben Neves is
likely to be a key
figure for Wolves
against Liverpool
THERE is a banner at
Molineux which reads: ?The
strength of the wolf is in the
pack?.
Every pack needs a leader and for
ambitious Wolves that has been
Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves.
His �.8million move from Porto
to then Championship Wanderers in
July 2017 was a record fee for the
division. It stunned many.
Yet no one is questioning the
wisdom of it now ? least of all Neves,
the youngest player to captain a
team in the Champions League at
the age of 18 with Porto.
His vision to join upwardly mobile
Wolves
has
been
thoroughly
vindicated and he has played a
pivotal role under his old Porto
manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
Not only in inspiring the team to
the second-tier title in style with 99
points ? scoring six goals, all from
outside the box. But now helping
them break into the Premier League
top 10, as other Portuguese stars,
including Rui Patricio and Joao
Moutinho, have followed him to the
Black Country.
The visit of Liverpool in the last of
the FA Cup?s third-round ties
tonight will hold no fears for
Wolves, who have already taken
points off Manchester City, Chelsea,
Arsenal, Manchester United and,
most recently, beat Tottenham 3-1.
What is clear from time in the
company of the intelligent, driven
Neves to harness his animal
instinct to drive Wanderers
By James Nursey
is unlikely to get carried away. He
had his whole family over from
and mature Neves, still just 21, is
Portugal for the new year to celebrate
he is as far from a foreign footballing the end of a ?dream? 2018.
mercenary as you can imagine.
Highlights away from football
The father-of-one lives locally in included the first birthday of
quiet, leafy Tettenhall just two miles
daughter
Margarida,
becoming
from Wolves? Compton Park training
engaged to partner Debora and
ground, which suits his
her pregnancy with their
family life and dedication
son, who is due in April.
to the game. He even has
?It was a fantastic
a tattoo of a wolf and a
year for me and my
set of goalposts on his
family ? 2018 was the
left arm. ?I did it
most important year
because of the animal,?
because we won the
said Neves. ?I feel the
Championship. It was
wolf is a very competitive
my big dream to win a
KICK-OFF: 7.45PM,
animal, very intelligent.
title and we achieved it,?
BBC ONE
?He works hard to achieve
Neves said.
his goals and protects his family.
?I?ve since made my debut in
I didn?t do it because of the club but
the Premier League and enjoyed the
of course it is more special because first half of the season. I?ll do my best
of that.? The emblem has added to to have another big year for me, my
fans? devotion for the ace who can
family and the club.?
pick a pass, break up play, read the
Neves signed a lucrative five-year
game and shoot from distance.
deal at Wolves last summer and
Ever since the Championship, seems content, despite being linked
Wolves supporters have sung: ?He?s with
bigger
teams
such
as
Nuno Santo?s man, he?s better Manchester City. He
has two goals and
than Zidane.? But grounded Neves
WOLVES
V
LIVERPOOL
PACK MAN:
Left to right,
Neves in
action, his
boss Nuno
and his wolf
tattoo
an assist in 19 top-flight appearances
in midfield alongside Moutinho, 32,
who joined in July. It has been a
thrill for Neves to partner his
compatriot after growing up a fan
and ball boy at Porto, where
Moutinho starred.
Neves, who also has a Porto tattoo,
added: ?When I was younger I saw
Moutinho playing and he was very
good. He was a reference for me and
to play with him, it is unbelievable.?
Neves was probably always
destined to play in midfield because
his father Jose played in the same
position for Portuguese lower league
side Canedo, who he now coaches.
What was more unusual was when
Neves swapped the Champions
League for Wolves. But his agent
Jorge Mendes has close ties with
Wanderers?
mega-rich
Chinese
owners Fosun.
Neves also shrewdly felt his game
could be improved by coming to
England.
He
said:
?The
Championship is a great league
where you can grow as a player. It?s
very competitive.?
Neves did not speak a sentence of
English when he arrived but is now
virtually fluent, and is not fazed by
big-name opponents.
He is likely to add to his nine
Portugal caps after last year?s
World Cup omission and could end
up facing England in the Nations
League final in June. By which time
the English public are sure to be
only too aware of his talents.
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
Pictures: TOM FLATHERS and MATT McNULTY
SECOND TO NONE:
Foden scores City?s
second of seven goals
against Rotherham
Phil feels
the ?buzz?
FROM BACK PAGE
thing ? we are in the next
round.?
Guardiola named a
powerful side and signalled
he will do the same against
Burton on Wednesday in
order to try and put the
Carabao Cup semi-final to
bed in the first leg.
Phil Foden scored at
the Etihad for the first
time, his goal going
in off his knee as he
tried to bring down a
cross. ?The plan was to
finish it first time but I
was a little bit off balance
so I tried to take a touch,?
said Foden. ?They all count
and it?s a dream come true
scoring at the Etihad, I?m
buzzing.?
Real Madrid last night
confirmed the signing of
former City academy player
Brahim Diaz, 19, on a
six-year deal for an initial
�.5m.
Gideon
BROOKS
REPORTS
MAN CITY
7
ROTHERHAM 0
RATTLING
in
seven goals against
an
overwhelmed
Rotherham just three
days after resurrecting
their title challenge is
a decent start to the
year for Manchester
City.
Yet in a week overflowing
with positives at the Etihad,
it was the return of a fullyfit Kevin De Bruyne in time
for the sharp end of the
season which brought the
biggest smile to manager
Pep Guardiola?s face.
The midfielder, who had
been absent as his side
delivered a statement of
intent on Thursday night
against Liverpool, starred
for 66 minutes as City put
Paul Warne?s Championship
side to the sword.
There were goals from
Raheem
Sterling,
Phil
Foden,
Gabriel
Jesus,
Riyad
Mahrez,
Nicolas
Otamendi, Leroy Sane and
a Semi Ajayi own-goal.
Crucially, though, when
he
was
substituted,
Guardiola
will
have
breathed a sigh of relief as
De Bruyne trotted to the
sidelines without so much
as a hair out of place.
?We spoke
with Kevin
yesterday
about playing 65
or 70 minutes at full
intensity,? said Guardiola.
?But he played an incredible
game, created a lot of
chances and just has the
vision to see what other
people cannot see.
?Last season he played
an incredible number of
minutes and this season it
is just 400 minutes when
everyone else has played
De Bruyne
gives Pep a
fresh f illip
2,000.? De Bruyne has made
just five starts this season
in a campaign in which he
has struggled with two
separate knee injuries.
But with City into the
fourth round here as well
as
the
last
16
of
the Champions League, the
Carabao Cup semi-finals
and
back
into
title
contention, his return could
not be better timed.
?I said many times how
important Kevin is for us,?
said Guardiola.
?We try to be a team and
of course we have done
incredible in terms of
results but for the second
leg of the Premier League,
he is going to be fresh in
the mind and the legs. And
that will give us extra, the
creativity in the final third,
in the fight.?
City could have been two
up early with Sterling and
Jesus spurning chances.
As it was, the floodgates
held for just 12 minutes,
Sterling exchanging a onetwo with De Bruyne and
firing inside Marek Rodak?s
far post.
Rotherham stood firm
until two minutes from the
break but two quick goals
from Foden and Ajayi,
turning in Kyle Walker?s
cross, put City three up.
They returned after the
break to turn the screw. It
was Guardiola?s biggest
win in his time at the club
and City?s biggest win here
since thrashing Sheffield
Wednesday
7-0
under
Manuel Pellegrini in the
League Cup in November
2014.
Asked for his thoughts
on the match, Rotherham
boss Warne blew out his
cheeks and said: ?I was
pleased the final whistle
went. We came across a
very good Man City side
and although we had
prepped them as much as
we could, nothing really
prepares you for how
quickly they play the game.
Their slowest player is
quicker than my quickest.
?I spoke to Pep before
the game and asked him
to be gentle but I think
the respect he showed us
with the team he put out
said a lot.?
MAN CITY (4-3-3): Ederson; Walker,
Stones (Danilo 75), Otamendi, Zinchenko;
De Bruyne (Sandler 67), Gundogan,
Foden: Mahrez, Jesus, Sterling (Sane
57). Booked: Sterling Goals: Sterling
12, Foden 43, Ajayi 45 og, Jesus 52,
Mahrez 73, Otamendi 78, Sane 85.
ROTHERHAM (4-5-1): Rodak; Vyner
(Wood 89), Ajayi, Robertson, Mattock;
Forde, Wiles, Vaulks, Williams (Palmer
90), Taylor (Raggett 74), Smith. Booked:
Wiles.
Referee: D Coote (Notts).
WELCOME BACK: De Bruyne, left, returned after injury
@gideonbrooks
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
53
Mac magic
rubs off as
QPR shine
STEVE McCLAREN hailed
QPR?s first FA Cup win
without a replay since
Trevor Sinclair?s wonder
goal back in 1997.
The former England
boss lost his opening four
Championship games at the
cash-strapped club on his
return to English football
last summer.
But his side yesterday
extended their unbeaten run
to six games with a win over
the Championship leaders
as McClaren, above, showed
his old cup magic.
He won the League Cup
and reached the UEFA Cup
final with Middlesbrough
and said: ?Cup football is
important to me ? always
has been.
?It was drummed into
me from my first year in
management by Steve
Gibson. The cups are
exciting and long may it
continue. It showed the
future is bright.
?It was a fantastic
performance. I thought it
was a great game. We picked
a team to win and we?ve done
that.? His side, who have lost
2
1
QPR
LEEDS
By Neil McLeman
a record 49 times in the third
round, took the lead from an
Aramide Oteh penalty after
Jake Bidwell had been
tripped.
The lead lasted two
minutes before QPR keeper
Matt Ingram fumbled a
Lewis Baker free-kick and
Aapo Halme tapped home.
Ingram made amends with
a series of fine saves before
Bidwell headed the winner
from a Luke Freeman corner.
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa,
who announced the six
changes to his side 48 hours
before kick-off, said: ?We
deserved to lose. We made
too many mistakes. I?m
never happy when I lose.
?We?re top of the table yet
we have the same efficiency
level as the teams at the
bottom.?
Leeds have now lost three
games in a row for the first
time under Bielsa before
facing Derby on Friday.
It?s Fergie?s time
NEIL HARRIS has backed
Shane Ferguson to get even
better after Millwall came
from behind to knock out
in-form Hull.
The Northern Ireland
international came on
as substitute to
score twice late on.
Lions boss
Harris said:
?Those two goals
were befitting in
any game. He can
go from strength to
strength.?
The visitors had looked
on course to go through
after Jon Toral slotted
home in the 52nd minute.
But then Ferguson, above,
MILLWALL
HULL
2
1
turned the game around in
a three-minute spell.
He was left
unchallenged to
curl home a
stunner from
outside the box in
the 82nd minute,
then added his
second from a
free-kick.
Hull manager
Nigel Adkins said: ?We?d
put ourselves in a position
to win. It?s frustrating.?
ROBERT DUNFORD
Marquis keeps up
regal scoring form
JOHN MARQUIS grabbed
his 19th goal of the season,
and continued his rich vein
of FA Cup form as League
One side Doncaster reached
the fourth round for the first
time in nine years.
An early header by
Marquis, right, put Rovers
in front before Tom
Anderson and Mallik
Wilks secured the
shock win after
Andrew Hughes
had levelled for
Championship club
Preston.
Doncaster boss
Grant McCann said:
?I?m immensely proud.
We?ve been playing like that
all season, we came here
with no fear.
?The third and fourth
round draws are always a
fine spectacle, sitting there
and watching it. But for now
we?ll put this on the back
PRESTON
DONCASTER
1
3
By Ian Whittell
burner. Our main focus is to
stay in the top six.?
North End gave thirdchoice keeper Michael
Crowe his debut and it
took him just five
minutes to pick the
ball out of the net
as Marquis kept up
his run of scoring in
every round.
Hughes equalised
in the 56th minute but
then Anderson and Wilks
struck. Preston boss Alex
Neil said: ?In my year and a
half here, there have
probably been five or six
games that have been
unacceptable in terms of
performance and we
certainly had one today.?
54
Daily Express Monday January 7 2019
FOOTBALL: FA CUP THIRD ROUND
UNBELIEVABLE:
Lang, in blue,
watches his
header beat the
Fulham keeper to
clinch victory
Leicester
NEWPORT
LEICESTER
2
1
By Dave Armitage
Cinderella men
will go to the ball
CALLUM LANG hailed
one of the greatest
moments of his life after
knocking out Fulham.
The on-loan striker
scored the winner to
embarrass Claudio
Ranieri?s Premier League
side and put Oldham in
the hat for tonight?s
fourth-round draw.
Lang struck in the 88th
minute and was not the
only hero in blue.
Oldham super-sub
Sam Surridge?s last act
before he returned to
Bournemouth from his
loan spell at midnight was
a coolly-taken penalty.
And four minutes
before Lang?s winner,
Latics goalkeeper Dan
Iversen had brilliantly
parried Aleksandar
Mitrovic?s penalty
away after the Serbian
battering ram had been
sent on to convert with
his first touch.
?I can?t quite believe it,?
said Lang. ?Last week it
was touch and go whether
I?d be going back to
Wigan and now I?m
enjoying one of the best
feelings of my career, if
not one of the greatest
moments of my life.?
When referee
Anthony Taylor?s
instinct that Chris
Missilou had clipped
Tom Cairney in the box
was confirmed by
VAR, it looked as
though Oldham,
relegated on the
final day of last
season, would be
condemned to yet
another hard-luck
story.
But Iversen, on
loan from Leicester,
sprawled full length
to beat out
Mitrovic?s
spot-kick and
the League Two
underdogs sensed
a miracle.
Lang delivered
when he rose to
meet Missilou?s
left-wing cross
from six yards.
GOING POTTY: Lang
is mobbed on a day
he will never forget
FULHAM
OLDHAM
1
2
By Mike Walters
Caretaker Oldham boss
Pete Wild, the club?s
academy coach and a
lifelong Latics fan, did
exactly what it says on his
birth certificate.
He let it all hang out
with a potty dance on the
touchline and Match of
the Day producers were
so impressed they invited
him to relive the madness
hours later in the studio.
Lang said: ?Although
we might not make it
home in time to watch it,
I?m getting it recorded
and I might have to watch
it three or four times to
make sure thi
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