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® by ROSS KANIUK
BLEARY-eyed Wayne
Rooney poses for a
police mugshot after he
was arrested for being
drunk and swearing.
The ex-England star,
now playing in the US,
was held by airport
cops in Washington DC.
Full story: Page 7
Foul-mouthed Rooney in US booze arrest
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DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
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BRITAIN’S car industry is in crisis with
almost 6,000 jobs lost since 2016.
That number is expected to rise as car makers face
a “cocktail” of problems.
Sales of diesel cars have crashed after the Volkswagen
emissions scandal and economic uncertainty has also
hit production.
Jaguar Land Rover – the UK’s biggest car maker, which
manufactures almost 500,000 vehicles a year in its British
factories – has been one of the worst affected. Most of its
cars have diesel engines.
After being encouraged to invest in diesel cars, drivers
are furious that fuel for the cars is more expensive and that
the vehicles are not as economic or environmentally
friendly as they were led to
believe.
In April 2018, it announced
it was reducing its UK
workforce by 1,000 and moving 350 permanent staff
from Castle Bromwich to
its Solihull factory.
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BODYGUARD star Richard Madden slakes his thirst with a
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Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, will be pleased to see the
hunky actor, 32, setting a good example with a booze-free beverage.
The Tory Cabinet minister has revealed that he is set to
prescribe heavy drinkers 40-minute “stern” chats with
doctors and nurses.
It is part of a massive NHS drive to tackle problem drinking and
smoking, which are draining health coffers.
„
It is also thought the firm
will shed 5,000 more jobs
over the next three years as
it spends £2.5billion on a
turnaround plan.
Drivers are at the moment
wary of buying expensive
items because of the state
of the economy.
Before splashing out they
are looking to see how international trends develop.
The sales figures for 2018
will be out soon and industry experts are expecting a
large drop on 2017 during
which 2.5million cars were
sold.
The last figures – released
in November – show that
sales were already down
6.9%.
It is believed December
figures will show no respite
as people were spending
money on Christmas and
the bad weather kept potential customers from car
showrooms.
It is thought most other
WARNING: Steve Turner
carmakers are also set to
be hit.
Vauxhall announced last
year it was cutting the
number of its dealerships
and 250 jobs were being
shed at its Ellesmere Port
factory, plus another 400
redundancies across its
workforce.
The Merseyside plant
makes the Astra, which has
fallen from favour as
drivers prefer bigger cars.
Steve Turner, of Unite the
Union, said: “Unless the
Government gets a grip
by acting and actively intervening in support of
UK manufacturing, then
we fear more bad news
will follow.”
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SUPERMARKETS
have
started a January price
war as customers struggle
with their post-Christmas
bank balances.
Shoppers are in line for
bargains with Morrisons
cutting the cost of 935
products by an average of
20%. Tesco is also set to
unveil a raft of deals.
Tinned tomatoes, cereal,
sandwich fillers, kids’
lunchbox snacks, ready
meals and multivitamins,
and more will be slashed.
Customers have said budgets are stretched and cupboards are bare after
Christmas. Price cuts will
last at least 12 weeks.
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
Billie
DENIAL: Edmonds
Noel fury
over NZ
‘flounce’
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
FURIOUS Noel Edmonds
has rubbished claims
that he is quitting the
UK for New Zealand
because he is upset over
I’m A Celebrity.
Reports suggested the
TV star had put his
house up for sale as he
was “crushed” and “felt
unappreciated” after
being the first celebrity
booted off ITV’s show,
won by Harry Redknapp.
He posted a rant online
saying: “It’s complete
lies that I am putting my
house on the market and
‘skulking’ off to New
Zealand.
“I had a fabulous time
(on I’m A Celebrity) and
the reaction by the
British public was truly
humbling, and I’m really
grateful for that.”
„
OUR
lovely
Billie has
returned home
following “a
hectic holiday”.
Now the
18-year-old
Londoner says
“it is back to
working out in
the gym and
lots of juicing!”
Well, curvy
Billie clearly
has a routine
that works –
and it certainly
keeps her
very, very fit.
„
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„
TV star Felicity Kendal
used to hurl crockery at
her husband after going
into fits of rage.
The Good Life actress,
72, confessed that she
“had a temper”.
The seemingly mildmannered star said she
hurled “jugs and mugs”
at husband Michael
Rudman after they got
married in 1983.
The couple divorced in
1990, but are now back
together.
Felicity said: “When we
were married for the
first time, I struggled
with my temper.
“What I loved most was
to throw things round –
jugs, mugs, anything.
Luckily, Michael has
very quick reactions so
I never hit him.”
ACE CLAIMS KUNG FU
ATTACK ‘WASN’T ME’
ERIC Cantona has bizarrely claimed his infamous kung fu kick on a
fan “wasn’t me”.
The Frenchman launched
into the attack on Crystal
Palace supporter Matthew
Simmons after being sent
off for Manchester United at
Selhurst Park in 1995.
TEMPER: The actress
Felicity’s
showing
her rage
Cantona:
Now the
kick’s hit
the fan!
He was later banned for nine
months by the FA and ordered
to complete 120 hours of community service.
Fans blamed the incident
for United losing out to
Blackburn Rovers in the
title race that year.
But Cantona, 52, inset,
said: “People think I
lost my temper and got
so many red cards, but
it’s a myth.
“The kung fu kick
wasn’t me, it was the
testosterone – but I
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FITNESS TRIALS FOR FLEUR
I’M A Celebrity star Fleur East
has landed a role as a fitness
presenter on This Morning.
ITV bosses were impressed by
the 31-year-old’s “infectious
personality” in the Jungle show
and quickly snapped her up.
Fleur will front a new health
section called Inch Loss Island,
filmed in Antigua, from today.
Londoner Fleur said: “I will be
following This Morning viewers
on their weight-loss journey.
“I am really into my fitness, it’s
a real passion of mine.”
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don’t regret it. I wouldn’t have
done it harder, but I wouldn’t
have done it any less hard
either.
“To me, control is boring. At
10 o’clock, we put the children
to bed. I don’t get angry with
them or lose my temper with
them, or lose my temper at all.”
He added: “Before bed I like to
get into a lucid dream. Then
around 12 I sleep straight until
the morning.”
Cantona said at the
time his victim had
said: “F*** off back
to France.” But
Simmons insisted
he said: “Off! Off!
Off! It’s an early
bath for you, Mr
Cantona!”
The Star Says:
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Fergie’s friend
PASSION: East
SARAH Ferguson has formed an unlikely
friendship with Hollywood giant Ben Stiller.
The ex-royal and the Zoolander star reportedly hit it off after meeting through girls’
education charity Brilliant Is Beautiful.
Fergie, 59, who is planning to make historical dramas about women, was seen chatting
to Ben, 53, at a do in Dubai last month.
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DAUGHTERS: Blunt
Emily’s
girls set
for star
careers
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OF DAD
EMILY Blunt reckons her
daughters could be “so
much better” at acting
than she is.
The 35-year-old has Hazel,
four, and Violet, two, with
John Krasinski.
And Mary Poppins star
Emily thinks the girls have
the talent to succeed.
She said: “I don’t know if
I’m all about encouraging
my children to be actors.
People have a hard time in
the industry.
“So I feel unfathomably
lucky that it has been kind
to me, but I would worry
for them.
“But if they want to do it,
God, they would probably
be so much better than me!
“Honestly, I look at them
sometimes and say, ‘She is
going to be great!’”
Meanwhile, Lin-Manuel
Miranda, who stars
alongside Emily in Mary
Poppins Returns, described
the actress as “human
sunshine”.
He said: “The person at
the top of the call sheet
determines the mood of
the set.
“If your star is in a bad
mood, everyone’s like,
‘We’re in a bad mood.’ And
she’s just like the classiest,
best lady.
“It was a joy to go to work
with her.”
SIMON Cowell’s son Eric does
★
his best Mini Me impression
during the family’s annual winter
holiday in Barbados.
The media mogul and his little
boy, four, were spotted heading
towards the beach for a trip on
a jet ski.
But the youngster,
wearing shorts and a
lifebelt, was doing his very
best impression of his dad
who was decked out in a pair
of aviator sunglasses. Mum
Lauren stayed on land.
★
But instead – on the same night – they are booked to film
auditions for Cowell’s show
EXCLUSIVE
Britain’s Got Talent.
by PETER DYKE
Ant and Dec have not been
seen together on the box for
10 months and last appeared away and I’m A Celebrity
as a duo on Saturday Night are up for The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award.
Takeaway back in March.
But on the same day,
Arrest
Cowell has booked two sesAnt missed the last two sions of filming in London
episodes of Takeaway last for the new series of Britspring after he was arrested ain’s Got Talent.
for drink-driving. He took
The later slot is from
the rest of the year off to 6.30pm and tickets are now
focus on his health.
sold out. And unless Cowell
The pair had hoped to changes the date, they’ll be
appear together in public at stuck doing BGT rather
the NTAs at London’s O2 on than attending the NTAs.
January 22. The awards are
Last night a spokesman
being screened live on ITV.
for Ant and Dec said: “We
They have been nominat- will let people know what
ed for the best TV presenter Ant and Dec’s plans are
gong for the 18th year in a once it’s decided.”
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
row and their shows Take-
■
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QUEEN Victoria’s
collapsible mahogany
travelling bed will be
auctioned in Devizes,
Wilts, on Saturday.
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clashes with BGT
The pair had planned to appear side by side on the
red carpet at the live National Television Awards.
STAR
ROYAL BED SALE
PRIZE GUYS: The pair at last year’s NTAs
ANT McPartlin’s live TV comeback with
Declan Donnelly is in jeopardy – and it is
all because of Simon Cowell.
BUZZING
bees prompt
flowers to produce
sweeter nectar. Sound
tests on primroses saw
sugar rise 20% in just
three minutes, say
biologists at Tel
Aviv University.
TWO British special
forces soldiers have been
seriously injured in a
missile attack by Islamic
State in Syria.
It is believed the incident
happened on Saturday
morning and the soldiers
were airlifted by US forces
for medical treatment.
A Ministry of Defence
spokesman said: “We do
not comment on special
forces.”
The soldiers were hurt
in an attack on a Syrian
Democratic Forces base,
it was reported.
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■ by PETER DYKE
THE Greatest Dancer has been
dubbed “the greatest disaster” in
some social media after it was beaten by The Voice UK in the Saturday
night TV ratings war.
The BBC had high hopes its new
show – brainchild of Simon Cowell – would be a hit with the likes
of Cheryl Tweedy as team captain and Alesha Dixon as host.
It was scheduled at the same
time as ITV’s third season
of The Voice with Sir Tom
Jones and will.i.am back as
coaches.
But The Voice won with a
peak audience of 6.1million. The Greatest Dancer
got 5.3m. Last night the
BBC claimed it was happy
CAPTAIN: Sexy Cheryl
with the launch.
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DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
Pictures: MEDIADRUM
Says
Snowflake
ad misery
WHAT a mess.
A soldier is set to quit the Army after
his face was used in a snowflake ad
campaign without his permission.
Scots Guardsman Stephen McWhirter
says he was left in the dark about
the plans.
The new campaign, which aims to
recruit millennials for battle, features
his picture on a poster.
It employs the slogan: “Snowflakes –
your Army needs you and your
compassion”.
The guardsman is understandably
unhappy. He has been mocked by
colleagues since it was unveiled.
He says he was not warned in advance and feels he has been left open
to ridicule.
Regrettably, he now plans to leave the
forces.
If he goes, it will be a massive loss.
The whole row could have been easily
avoided, too.
At a time when the Army is struggling
to recruit, everything should be done
to cling on to our valued servicemen
and women.
Whoever was responsible has serious questions to answer.
Begging
letters tip
EUROMILLIONS winners Patrick and
Frances Connolly have been advised
to burn any letters begging for cash.
They became the fourth biggest UK
winners of the EuroMillions when they
scooped the mega £115million prize.
The kind pair quickly revealed they
plan to give away much of the pot to
family and friends.
It says a lot about their generosity that
sharing it with their loved ones was
probably one of the first things on their
minds. And that they have no intentions
of keeping it all to themselves.
But previous lottery winners have
warned them they will receive endless
requests for money.
They could end up being swamped
by them.
What a shame you cannot be allowed
to enjoy your winnings without being
hounded for a hand-out.
Let the couple just enjoy their win.
Kicking off
MANCHESTER United legend Eric
Cantona has blamed his infamous
kung fu kick on testosterone but
says he does not regret it.
And we thought he had just seen
red…
FRUITY NUTS
THESE red squirrels have
★
found a fun way to make
dinner time a bit fruitier.
The creatures were spotted
going nuts over watermelons
that had faces carved into
them. Photographer Geert Weggen,
49, lures them to his garden in
Bispgården, Sweden, 300 miles
north-west of Stockholm.
The pair hopped in and out of
the fruit to find food and one
even took a closer look by jamming
his head inside.
★
Time to land
a dream job
James says: “First think about
what you really want. It may be
that, with a few simple changes,
your existing job could actually
turn out to be your dream job.
“Put yourself forward for new
challenges and opportunities. But
whatever you do, don’t just sit still
and stagnate!
“If you do decide that it’s time to
try something new, here are my top
tips for helping you secure your
dream job in 2019...”
1. ENHANCE your LinkedIn
profile. In today’s digital era, I
cannot emphasise enough how
important it is to have a strong
online brand.
2. UPDATE
your CV.
Make sure it
stands out by
highlighting
★
TODAY is the most popular day to try to get a new job,
according to research. As the reality of going back to work
after Christmas hits home, Brits will search for new roles and
upload CVs more than at any other time of year.
If you are one of those hoping to move on, the
Daily Star’s Jobs Guru JAMES INNES has his tips
to help you do just that.
Here he reveals how to land your dream job in 2019
and what your New Year work resolutions should
be. James is the UK’s best-selling jobs and careers
author. Follow him on Twitter (@jamesinnes) or
visit cvcentre.co.uk.
★
achievements and using the
right keywords to get past those
pesky Applicant Tracking
Systems (ATS).
3. MANAGE your entire
online brand. LinkedIn is
the priority but you need to
make sure that all your other
social media profiles are
suitable for potential recruiters
to view!
4. BE proactive. Your dream job
will not come and find you –
you have to get out there
and chase it.
5. DON’T let
rejection get you
down. With so
many people applying for jobs in
the New Year, the odd rejection is
almost inevitable. But do not get
despondent. Just keep on sending
those applications out.
6. DO your homework. Once you
land that all-important interview,
make sure you are well prepared.
Get information on the company
you are applying for and prepare
answers to possible questions.
7. FINDING a new job is not
easy at any time of the year.
January is no different. It can be
time-consuming and, at times,
demoralising so you need to be
patient and persistent.
8. BE realistic and set
achievable goals. It’s a new year
so set a time line and monitor it
throughout
2019.
Jobs
Guru:
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THE JOBS GURU’S NEW YEAR JOBS RESOLUTIONS
1 Don’t drink and tweet – and think before you hit send
2 Remember there is a difference between professional and
personal social media
3 Remember when you share a picture or post on a forum it’s for life
4 Improve your working relationships
5 Undertake more training courses
6 Become more active on LinkedIn
7 Achieve a healthier work-life balance
8 Undertake voluntary work
9 Get experience mentoring or training someone at work
10 Aim to exceed all targets for the year
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
ACE PAYS FINE AFTER ARREST
BOOZY
WAYNE
BUSTED
WARNING: The PM
May in
Brexit
blast at
rebels
THERESA May has
warned MPs they risk
damaging the economy and
democracy if they carry on
opposing her Brexit deal.
They return to
Westminster today ahead
of a crunch vote on the
agreement thrashed out
with Brussels.
The Prime Minister
said there was no
alternative plan.
She said: “There are some
in Parliament who, despite
voting in favour of holding
the referendum, voting in
favour of triggering Article
50 and standing on
manifestos committed to
delivering Brexit, now
want to stop us leaving by
holding another
referendum.
“Others are so focused on
their particular vision of
Brexit that they risk
making a perfect ideal the
enemy of a good deal.
“Both groups must
realise the risks they are
running with our
democracy and the
livelihoods of our
constituents.”
The Commons vote is
expected to be held on
January 15.
The PM had to postpone
a vote in December after it
became clear the deal
would be rejected.
Footie star stopped
by police at airport
■ by ROSS KANIUK
WAYNE Rooney was
arrested for being
drunk and swearing
at an airport.
The ex-Man Utd footballer,
who has been playing in
the US, was detained as
he arrived at Washington
Dulles airport after a flight
from Saudi Arabia.
MUGSHOT: Police picture after Rooney’s arrest
STAR
PIANIST
Evelina De Lain
gave a 90-minute
concert up a 16,000-ft
pass in the Himalayas.
The London-based
musician was raising
cash for the Cystic
Fibrosis Trust.
BURST
Toddler’s
car terror
POLICE last night found a
17-month-old girl who was
abducted by a man who
stole a car her father was
trying to sell.
The suspect leapt into the
vehicle and drove away
with Maria Tudorica in the
passenger seat.
Her dad had met with the
stranger in Manor Park,
east London, yesterday
with a view to selling his
brother’s Audi A5. The car
was found abandoned
without Maria.
She was later found safe
and well nearby.
DEBTS HIT A HIGH
HOUSEHOLD debts hit a
new record of £15,385 per
household in 2018, up £886,
says the TUC. Figures do
not include mortgages.
**
LIFE IN FAST LANE: In Saudi Arabia, playing for DC United and his charge sheet
Rooney posed for a police
mugshot after being taken
into custody.
A spokesman for Loudoun
County Sheriff’s Office said:
“He was booked into the
Loudoun County Adult Detention Centre on a charge
of public intoxication stemming from an arrest by the
Metropolitan Washington
Airports Authority Police.”
A source revealed Rooney
arrived at Dulles after drinking just three mixed drinks
and taking a sleeping pill.
The former England captain
was detained on December 16
when customs officers noticed
he had red eyes and showed
signs of “being impaired”.
Police said the 33-year-old
had triggered a door alarm.
Later Rooney was bailed
without a fee but paid a fine of
£19.65 last Friday and was
ordered to pay costs of £71.50.
Based on his current salary
at DC United in Washington, it
would take him four minutes
and 43 seconds to make the
money to pay his fine.
Rooney’s spokesman said the
arrest came after he was left
“disorientated” by prescribed
sleeping tablets he took on a
flight while drinking.
He added: “Wayne would like
to put on record his appreciation for the manner he was
treated by all involved.”
Rooney is 13 months into a
drink-driving ban after he was
arrested in Cheshire.
A spokesman for DC United
said: “We believe this is a private matter for Wayne that DC
United will handle internally.”
ross.kaniuk@dailystar.co.uk
BACK: At Old Trafford on Boxing Day
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8
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
Lifesave
pledge
VIC’S BRIGHT SIDE
Picture: GC IMAGES
REALITY beauty Vicky Pattison
★
escapes the January blues to
soak up the sun on holiday.
UP to 500,000 lives could be
saved under NHS England
plans over the next decade,
health chiefs claim.
The scheme – using the
£20.5billion a year funding
boost promised by 2023/24
– involves greater use of
high-tech treatments and
diagnostic testing.
It could prevent 150,000
heart attacks, strokes and
dementia cases.
More than three million
people will benefit from
better stroke, respiratory
and cardiac services. The
plans also aim to ensure
three-quarters of cancers
are diagnosed early.
The former I’m A Celebrity winner,
31, basked in a bikini in Mexico.
She wrote: “Can you guess what’s
annoying me in today’s gratuitous
pool pic?
“That’s right… My
chains are all over the
bloody shop!!!”
Meanwhile,
Juventus ace
Cristiano Ronaldo, 33,
showed off his bod
poolside in Dubai.
And actor Mark
Wahlberg, 47,
sunned himself
in Barbados.
★
★
44 secs
a death
MORE people will die this
week than at any other
time of the year – with one
death every 44 seconds.
Figures show the second
week in January sees an
average of 13,670 deaths –
1,953 every day – mainly
due to cold and an increase
in bugs and illnesses.
The rest of the year sees
an average of 9,756 deaths
every week, says Office for
National Statistics data.
A separate study by
SunLife revealed the
average basic funeral now
costs £4,271, meaning
£58million could be spent
on funerals this week.
Furious
JP rap
AN angry magistrate who
threatened an ex-pal with
tough justice has been
ticked off.
JP Stanley Mallows was
reprimanded over a fiery
phone call, in which he
raged to the former friend:
“Just wait until you are in
front of me.”
Justice bosses ruled
Mallows, who sits in courts
in Lincolnshire, had
“misused his status”.
The 63-year-old was hit
with a formal warning
following a probe by the
Judicial Conduct
Investigations Office.
THE MONSTER FREEZE
■ by LIZ PERKINS
BRITAIN is preparing to
be battered by freezing
weather and 70mph icy
winds from today.
Yellow weather warnings are
in place for the north of the
UK and Scotland as a so-called
“polar vortex” is on the way.
WINTER COLD: -10C temps
Temperatures will plummet,
feeling as cold as -10C in some
parts of the country.
Met Office meteorologist Steven
Keates said there would be a real
change in the weather.
He said: “High pressure has
Polar vortex to batter
Britain with icy winds
been our friend for a good few
days now.
“But we have got this deep area
of low pressure which is going
to whizz across the north of
the country – bringing some
strong winds.
“And as these winds swing
round towards the north-west we
tap into colder air – particularly
for central and eastern parts
of the UK.”
Temperatures are expected to
dip dramatically at the end of the
month when, according to the
Met Office, a polar vortex – also
known as a Sudden Stratospheric
Warming – is set to strike.
Vortex refers to the counterclockwise flow of air, which keeps
colder air near to the Poles. But
there are times when it expands
in size, spewing cold air south
into the jet stream.
There are fears that the sudden
temperature switch will spark
another Beast from the East.
The Met Office said easterly
winds will spark a change in
weather pattern. Snow could also
fall in the north of the country
tomorrow and Wednesday.
news@dailystar.co.uk
**
SQUADDIE: I’M NOT
FLAKEY BUT
I
QUIT
Clueless Army ad fury
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
LOVE: Harry and Sandra
‘Harry’s
pain at
running
me over’
■ by JERRY LAWTON
A SOLDIER who has
guarded the Queen has
threatened to quit after
his picture was used to
recruit snowflakes.
SANDRA Redknapp
believes husband Harry
running her over was
actually worse for him!
The ex-Spurs manager
left his wife needing ankle
surgery after the reversing
mishap back in 2016.
But Sandra, 71, said: “I
never even had a go at him
because I think he suffered
more than me. I could see
his face and he felt so bad
about what happened.
“For me to see him like
that – it upset me.”
Harry, also 71, added: “My
back wheel sliced her ankle
in half almost.
“Sandra was the only one
not panicking. Everyone
around her was going:
‘Don’t look! I think she’s
lost a foot!’
“And Sandra was so calm
it was unreal. She just gets
on with everything.”
Harry won over I’m A
Celebrity fans by declaring
his love for Sandra during
the series and was crowned
King of the Jungle.
The Redknapps tied the
knot in 1967 after meeting
at a dance during 1964
when Sandra was a
hairdresser and Harry was
playing for West Ham.
He added: “People might
think it’s silly but I’ve only
got to look at Sandra and I
couldn’t argue with her.”
Scots Guardsman Stephen
McWhirter, 28, says he had no
idea his face would appear in
the posters unveiled last week.
He told pals he had been blitzed
with mocking messages and ridicule from colleagues.
The soldier, based at Wellington
Barracks in London, announced
on Facebook he plans to quit.
He expressed his fury in a web
discussion with other troops.
One squaddie wrote: “Imagine
the army taking a photo of you
and writing ‘snow flake’ in massive bold letters above your head.
“I’d be signed straight off.”
Guardsman McWhirter replied:
“Don’t f****** worry, mate, I am.’’
In later posts he said he would
formally submit his resignation at
the earliest opportunity.
Another soldier wrote: “They
have ended his career by
corporate bullying and
harassment.”
Guardsman McWhirter,
from Irvine, Ayrshire, who
joined the Army in 2016,
replied: “Correct.”
Skills
STAR
SIXTY dogs
and owners lined
up to say farewell to
retiring postie Adrian
Barwell, who always
carried treats on his
rounds in Otley,
Suffolk, to avoid
being bitten.
BURST
Ex-footie
ace dies
FORMER footballer Billy
Seymour, who was
allegedly abused by coach
Bob Higgins, has died in a
car crash.
The former Coventry and
Millwall player, 47, suffered
irreparable brain damage
in a van crash on Thursday
evening.
His family made the
decision to switch off his
life support on Sunday.
The van driver will
appear at Reading Crown
Court next month on a
string of charges.
PINE’S A LARGE ONE
PINE-loving goats at
Kentish Town City Farm
will munch through
leftover Christmas trees
after they proved a success.
‘JOKER’ GEM
TOWIE diva Gemma Collins
★
skated on Dancing On Ice last
night just hours after a “massive fall”
in rehearsals.
The reality star, 37, did a series of
dance moves, jumps and even the
splits to Beyoncé’s Crazy In Love.
She ended by lifting her pro
partner Matt Evers, 42. But she
earned only 16 out of 40, with Jason
Gardiner saying it reminded him of a
“French And Saunders parody”.
Former Neighbours star Mark
Little and partner Brianne
Delcourt face the skate-off on
next week’s show.
★
Army bosses have already been blasted over the
posters
echoing
Lord
Kitchener’s famous Your
Country Needs You slogan
to recruit “snowflakes,
phone zombies, binge gamers and selfie addicts”.
Serving troops and veterans claim the ads devised
by agency Karmarama undermine soldiers’ skills.
Last night Army chiefs insisted those pictured were
volunteers who had been
told in advance what the
posters would say.
Recruitment chief Colonel Ben Wilde said: “The
soldiers were all volunteers
who understand that the
Army needs to reach out to
all parts of society to find
the best people. The volunteers were fully informed
about the striking language
and how it would resonate
with young people.”
The Star Says: Page 6
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
Pals set
price tag
STUDENTS say they would
need £1,600 compo before
they would be prepared to
quit Facebook for a year.
Their love of the social
media site is higher than a
foreign holiday or a secondhand car.
Research from America
has revealed how undergraduates would demand
hundreds of pounds more
than other adults to go a
year without Facebook.
Adults, on average, said
they would need only £900
to give up the world’s largest social network.
■
POSTER BOY: McWhirter in
the ad and, left, on parade
9
10
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
RYANAIR CHIEF
IN STRIKE ROW
RYANAIR passengers face a
double blow this week with
the airline refusing to pay
compensation to fliers hit by
a cabin crew strike in Spain.
The airline staff will walk
out tomorrow, Thursday and
next Sunday in a row over
pay and conditions.
Not only will flights be
thrown into chaos, Michael
O’Leary’s firm is saying it
does not have to pay compo
of up to £530 per passenger
because the strike is not subject to EU law.
Unions USO and Sitcpla,
■ by PAUL DONNELLEY
which represent Ryanair
staff in Spain, called for this
week’s walkouts after failing
to reach an agreement with
the budget carrier.
Ryanair’s claim the strikes
were an example of an “extraordinary circumstance”,
was disputed by compensation lawyers last night.
But Ryanair denied flights
would be hit.
A spokesman said: “We expect to offer a full schedule
of flights on Tuesday.”
Man Itchen
to escape
A WANTED man was
arrested following a police
stand-off after officers
found him drifting down
a river on a kayak.
The 42-year-old had
been sleeping on a boat
on the River Itchen in
Southampton, breaking
his bail conditions.
Back at jail
after 1 hour
STORM: O’Leary
INSIDE
TOMORROW’S
A PRISONER was behind
bars again less than an
hour after release from jail
following a £40,000 robbery.
Karsten Hardeman, 20,
was held outside a police
station with cash allegedly
taken from a credit union
200 yards away, officers
said in Missouri, US.
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INSIDE
TODAY
MAN CHARGED FOR
MURDER ON TRAIN
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
TROLL TAUNTS: Frank
Bruno
KO’s
racist
ranters
BOXING legend Frank
Bruno has blasted racist
trolls who branded him a
“monkey” online.
The star, who has
previously opened up
about his mental health
problems, says he was
devastated to receive a
barrage of abuse from a
sick account.
Among the many
posts they aimed at the
57-year-old were tweets
telling him he had an “ugly
voice” and “your voice is
s*** monkey”.
The former world
heavyweight champ hit
back on Twitter:
He said: “Hate breeds
hate… and that’s not what
I’m about, it’s very sad…
“This is said publicly cos
I’m in the public eye, but
what’s said to those who
aren’t?
“Why does this still go
on??”
The boxer has had to deal
with racism throughout
his career and revealed
that his mother used to
receive racist hate mail
when he rose to fame in
the 1980s.
Frank won 40 out of his
45 professional fights.
STAR
A HUGE volcanic
eruption on Jupiter’s
moon Io shocked
Nasa astronomers
watching footage from
probe Juno, which is
currently orbiting the
gas giant.
BURST
Walk on
riled side
A COUNCIL has spent
thousands to reopen a
public footpath closed by a
wealthy landowner.
Locals launched a
campaign against Henry
Pelly, of Bratton, Wilts –
the cousin of Prince
Harry’s best friend Guy
Pelly – after he shut it two
years ago because it ran
too near his mansion.
An inquiry ruled it must
be reopened and Wiltshire
Council has now built a
bridge and cleared the
path of mud.
One local said: “It is part
of our history.”
BACK TO BLACK
JEWELLERY maker Cara
Sandys, 58, still watches
the black and white TV she
won in a competition back
in 1972 in Southampton.
**
RHIAN’S
BACK IN
GROOVE
RACY Rhian Sugden
★
thought she’d give
her fans a New Year treat.
She posted this sizzling
pose in black lingerie on
Instagram and captioned
it: “Back to work.”
So that’s good news
– Rhian, 32, is clearly
aiming to keep sending
temperatures up in 2019.
★
11
Accused to appear in court
A MAN of 35 was last night
charged with the train murder
of a father on a day trip with
his son.
Darren Pencille, of Farnham,
Surrey, was charged with killing Lee Pomeroy, who was
stabbed as he travelled with
his 14-year-old lad to Waterloo station in London.
It was the day before Mr
Pomeroy’s 52nd birthday.
Mr Pomeroy’s son had to
watch a passenger and a
British
Transport
Police
officer trying in vain to save
his dying father.
A man was arrested in a dawn
raid on Saturday by police in Farnham.
A woman who was also detained, Chelsea
Mitchell, 27, from Farnham, was last night
charged with assisting an offender. Both
have been remanded in custody to appear
■ by ROSS KANIUK
at Staines Magistrates’ Court today. Pencille
was also charged with possession of an
offensive weapon.
Mr Pomeroy, from Guildford, lived
with his wife Svetlana, 50, and
their son.
The stabbing happened at
Clandon
but
the
train
continued on to Horsley,
where Mr Pomeroy, inset,
was treated.
A statement from his family
said: “He was a devoted family
man and did everything for his
family. He was an honourable
man and would always help
somebody who was in trouble.” His
relatives added: “He was an honest,
bright person, who loved music very much,
he knew history and art and he was a
bachelor of science in maths.”
ross.kaniuk@dailystar.co.uk
12
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
INTRODUCING
★
GREATEST Hits Rad
io
station launched by
playing David
Bowie’s Let’s Dance
in honour of his
birthday and the
anniversary of his
death yesterday. DJs
will spin discs from the
70s, 80s and 90s.
MOST of you would have
heard Riva’s vocals as
she’s technically been on
the music scene for
almost 20 years.
Riva landed a recording
contract at just 12 years
old under the name Becky
Jane Taylor.
However, the singer/
songwriter is now
launching her comeback
with a new exciting
sound – and under a new
name – with a new
outlook on life.
She told me: “I have the
right people around me, a
nice team, and that hasn’t
always been the case, it’s
been a bit of a journey.”
Riva’s latest single Mr
Right is the opposite of a
heartbreak song as she
sings about being
powerfully independent,
and it’s already received
huge praise from Sir
Elton John, who said he
“loves it”.
Riva said: “Music is my
Mr Right. I think some of
us get swallowed up in
love is life, but being
devoted to your passion
and work can be
something that gets
you through.”
Riva teased the
album “sits
somewhere
between a
Jessie Ware
and a Birdy LP”.
★
NICKI Minaj has
sparked pregnancy
rumours.
Fans are convinced
she and controversial
new man Kenneth
“Zoo” Petty are
expecting after she
revealed they have a
baby name.
s
i
t
s
a
p
p
o
p
r
u
O
a Busted flush!
WORLD
Riva Taylor
THERE could still be hope
for Cardi B and Offset
despite the rapper’s “cheating”.
He’s been desperate to win her
back – and it might have worked.
According to TMZ, they’re
discussing possibly
reuniting after he vowed to
change his bad-boy ways for
good and be the perfect
dad to daughter Kulture.
But Cardi is yet to
put her wedding
ring back on so he
still has some
way to go.
WORLD
LADS WANT TO REWORK HITS
BUSTED are planning
to re-record some of
their greatest hits in a
“rockier” style.
The guys say they’d love
to re-imagine songs such as
Year 3000, Air Hostess, and
Crashed The Wedding with
an edge.
They release new album Half
Way There next month but
Charlie Simpson told me: “I
fought tooth and nail to get live
drums on the first record and
they were like: ‘No drums we
are using programme drums’
and stuff like that really p****d
me off. We were at the mercy of
a multinational record label.
I’m not slagging them off as
they broke our career, but it
was a constant battle.
“But now all those arguments
are gone as we think for ourselves and deliver the record
company our work, we are the
masters. We might go back and
re-record all our old songs for
like a Greatest Hits, maybe!”
Matt Willis, pictured left,
added: “Yeah what’s so great
about Busted right now is that
we have ultimate control over
what we do.
“We are at a point in our careers where we can just do what
the f*** we want!” James
Bourne added that they were
originally marketed wrongly
as a pop band but they are now
fixing that.
He said: “Marketing is that
first message people get about
what you are, and that’s locked
in their minds.
“But really this album we can
play against all of our favourite albums we wished we
sounded like 15 years ago and
it’s completely like that.”
Charlie added “it wipes the
floor” with their past records.
First single Nineties, taken
from Half Way There, is a
“taster” of what’s to come in
February.
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
SAM
JAMES CABOOTER’S with
MAYERS
13
Kylie’s a
sparkler
KYLIE Jenner has fuelled
rumours she and Travis Scott
are engaged.
The reality TV star has set
tongues wagging yet again as
she posted a snap flaunting a
huge diamond rock on her
engagement finger.
Earlier, Travis had said
marriage is on the cards soon
and he’ll “propose in a
fire way”.
Meanwhile, the
rapper is in hot
water after
organisers of
a Californian
festival claimed
he pulled out at
the last minute
but kept his fee.
EMILY IS
RED HOT
GORGEOUS Emily
★
Ratajkowski is
the Queen of rocking
a red carpet.
Despite it being a
star-studded bash the
model stole the show as
she strutted her stuff at
the Art of Elysium gala
in Los Angeles.
Emily put on a great
show for the
cameras playing with
her sheer red gown.
Elsewhere
stylish
beauty
Pictures: FILMMAGIC; AFP / GETTY
★
Nicole Scherzinger
kept is simple and
oozed elegance in a
classic strapless black
dress.
Actress Lily
Collins looked
almost fairy-like in a
stunning floating floral
gown.
And Mel Gibson, 63,
proudly showed off his
much younger girlfriend
Rosalind Ross, 28.
Who said January is
just for dull nights in
on the sofa?
★
SESAME Street has a new
★
life-like character Chance
the Muppet!
The rapper hung out and
shared snacks with beloved
muppets Elmo and the
Cookie Monster. Chance
starred in a segment called
T is for the Theatre on the show,
where he’s rehearsing for a play
directed by a strict Elmo.
However, it appeared
Chance’s acting skills
weren’t up to scratch as the role
went to the Cookie Monster!
Stick to the music Chance.
★
BIEBER
TAKES 5
BELIEBERS are freaking
out over the possibility of
new music.
Justin Bieber’s manager
Scooter Braun teased the
popstar is back in the
studio following his break,
hinting that Bieber’s fifth
album is on the way.
It will be his first LP in
three years – and the first
since marrying Hailey
Baldwin, so expect plenty
of lovey-dovey tracks.
Sharing
Kendall
KENDALL Jenner is set to open
up and share something
extremely personal on social
media in a bid to help her
followers in similar situations.
Fans are speculating it
could be about
anxiety/health
woes based on
her teaser video
where she said:
“I experience it.”
Kris Jenner
said people
should “be
prepared to be
moved” by her
“brave”
daughter’s
story.
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IT’S THE HIDE OF
FRANKENSTEIN!
EXPERTS are creating
“vegan leather” to end the
slaughter of cows.
Facebook
billionaire
Mark Zuckerberg has
teamed up with Hong
Kong’s richest man Li
Ka-Shing to back Modern
Meadow, which grows
“cow hide” in a laboratory.
The material will be
made
using
a
bioengineered form of yeast
brewed to produce bovine
collagen – a protein found
in the connective tissues
of cattle.
US firm Modern Meadow
■ by JERRY LAWTON
has signed a deal with
German chemicals giant
Evonik to start production. The company’s first
product, called Zoa, can be
used for shoes, clothing,
luggage, sporting goods or
furniture.
Andras Forgacs, founder
of Modern Meadow, said:
“This is not about creating
artificial leather.
“Cows don’t come in the
shape of a sofa or a handbag. So we can create a lot
of efficiencies.”
FACEBOOTS: Zuckerberg
Anger at
bus ads
CHRIS TARRANT’S
A BUS company serving a
farming area has been
slammed for displaying ads
for veganism.
Arriva put an advert on
the back of buses with a
message about ditching
animal products.
Steve Charmley, deputy
leader of Shropshire
council, tweeted: “Whilst
I don’t object to anyone
choosing what they eat I
really object to Arriva
buses running Veganuary
adverts in Shropshire, a
great county built on
agriculture.”
An Arriva spokesman
said they worked with an
external ad firm, adding:
“We are working with the
third party to investigate.”
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FILM: The Deer Hunter
ACTORS: Robert De Niro and
Robin Williams
TV SHOWS: Peaky Blinders
and 24
COMEDIAN: Billy Connolly
SONG: Comfortably Numb by
Pink Floyd
BAND: The Beatles
BOOK: I’ve just finished Tina
Turner’s autobiography, Tina,
which is just painful
FOOD: Thai
DRINK: Malbec red wine
CITY: Buenos Aires
HOLIDAY: A safari in Sabu
Sands, South Africa
GADGET: My Netflix remote
control
APP: It’s called The River
Thames, for boat owners. It
just tells me everything I’m
doing wrong when I am
driving my boat
SCHOOL SUBJECT: History
ANIMAL: Leopard
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
15
BACK ON TRACK AFTER STROKE
‘At 39,000 ft
I thought: SCAM
‘GIVES
FOOD JOBS
I’m going to TO ILLEGALS’
die up here’
DELIVERY ROLE: A biker en route for Deliveroo
MAY as well ask the
obvious question first.
Has Chris Tarrant been
watching Who Wants To Be A
Millionaire?
You know, the hit quiz he hosted for 15 years – but for whose
revival he was snubbed in favour
of Jeremy Clarkson?
Nope, apparently not. Seems
he didn’t even tune in out of
curiosity last summer when
Clarkson first parked himself in
Chris’s old seat.
“I was in France, fishing,”
Chris assures me. “And no, not
to get away from it, that’s just
where I happened to be.”
So no hard feelings, then?
“No, good luck to them, Mike. I
genuinely couldn’t care less. I
wouldn’t have wanted to do it
again.
“They had to get someone very
different from me, so Clarkson’s
probably not a bad shout.
Buzz
“But what they’ll never have is
the great buzz we had, particularly in our first year. That was
an amazing time.”
Whether Chris is rather more
miffed about all this than he’s
making out, it’s not for me to
say. But I do believe him when
he says that, at 72, he welcomes
his lighter workload (“I used to
work like a dog…”) because the
plain fact is he’s lucky to be
alive.
It’s now four-and-a-half years
since he suffered a stroke on a
flight home from Burma, where
he’d been filming for his Channel 5 series Extreme Railways.
And still not a day goes by when
he doesn’t reflect on how fortunate he was to pull through.
“It was absolutely bloody terrifying,” he recalls. “We were
39,000 feet up and I thought, ‘I’m
actually going to die up here.’”
Months of recovery included
learning how to walk and talk
again. “Basically you have to
re-educate your whole body. But
slowly mine started working
again. I’ve been incredibly
lucky.” So lucky, in fact, that
when he eventually resumed
The
MIKE WARD
interview
CHRIS TARRANT
ON THE UP: Chris Tarrant considers himself very lucky
filming
Extreme
Railways,
series five of which kicks off
tonight, he looked pretty much
his old self.
Chris begins this latest run in
the Alps, where any fears he
may have lost his bottle are soon
dispelled. In one scene, in Switzerland, he’s perched on an icy
ledge, barely wider than a kitchen table, thousands of feet up
the Eiger.
“The view was awesome,
Mike,” he tells me, “I was
s**tting myself, but it was
worth it.”
By Chris’s calculations, Extreme Railways has taken him
the equivalent of seven times
around the world. It’s also
brought some unforgettable experiences, albeit not always in a
good way.
“The Congo was a classic. It
was the first we ever filmed, and
the train came five days late!
Then it broke down in a tunnel
and all the lights went out.”
This new run also takes him
through Spain, Ukraine (a
particular eye-opener, that) and
Vietnam. Which I guess puts
him up there with that Portillo
bloke when it comes to making
train-based travelogues.
“Actually, I often bump into
Michael at various social things,
and he’s always, like, ‘I saw your
railway thing the other day,
Chris, it looked bloody horrible,
I wouldn’t have wanted to be
there.’ And I think, ‘Well, no,
you wouldn’t, Michael.’
“He always looks like he’s
come out of the finest hotel, all
combed and clean in his smart
blazer. Me, I look like I’ve
crawled out of a hedge.”
Chris admits he may eventually run out of foreign railways he
fancies exploring. If so, there’s
plenty he still has to say about
our own.
“Our train service is dreadful,” he declares, with little
prompting.
“If you go to, say, Alaska
they’ve got bears on the line,
giant fir trees falling down, massive avalanches, huge boulders.
But our own network stops because of a few bloody leaves.
Honestly, our transport system
is a disgrace.”
Hmm, OK, maybe filming a UK
rail show might not do Chris’s
blood pressure any favours.
So what next for him, I
wonder?
I jokingly suggest reviving
Tiswas, the anarchic Saturday
morning kids’ show he fronted
on ITV in the 70s and 80s.
Chris chuckles. “Imagine trying to do that now, with the
whole health and safety thing.
“You wouldn’t be allowed to
throw custard, or chuck buckets
of water over adults and
children.
“But yes, it was very influential. Noel Edmonds was over on
BBC One on Saturday mornings
being the squeaky clean one,
then he moved to Saturday
evenings and suddenly got
gunge tanks.
“I thought, ‘Come on, Noel, do
something a bit more original,
mate.’
“Of course, he ended up in
Australia, eating sheep’s testicles with Harry Redknapp.
Serves him right!”
● Chris Tarrant’s Extreme
Railway Journeys starts tonight
at 9pm on Channel 5.
WORKERS for Deliveroo and Uber Eats are renting their
jobs out to illegal immigrants, whistleblowers claim.
Delivery staff pass stringent vetting checks but then
offer their jobs online for up to £100 for a week-long stint
delivering takeaways.
One rider in London said he had heard of dozens of examples of accounts being hired out on the black market.
And dozens of conversations take place on Face- ■ by ANTONY THROWER
book and WhatsApp groups,
with one person writing on- asked not to be named said:
line in Portuguese: “Let’s “There is a big problem in
get the new year started.
the area I work, with people
“Rent account Uber/De- working illegally using the
liveroo. I am renting Uber app and in a way stealing
(£70) and Deliveroo (£60) my job.”
both motorbike for men/
Uber Eats worker Sayed
women.
Sayedi said: “They come
“Message privately if in- from Italy, France, Belgium,
terested.”
in lorries. They rent other
Another wrote: “I’m look- people’s accounts.”
ing for an Uber account to
A spokesman for Uber
rent temporarily for two to Eats said its riders must folthree weeks. I am waiting low stringent guidelines,
for a friend of mine arriv- while Deliveroo bosses said
ing from Brazil.”
they have a “zero tolerance
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AL’S FAIR: Cooper
Trump
the golf
cheat
ALICE Cooper has revealed
how Donald Trump cheats
at golf.
And the 70-year-old shock
rock star insists three
former presidents are also
guilty of dodgy antics on
the golf course.
Alice, who took up golf in
the 1980s to quit booze and
has a nine handicap, says
Barack Obama, George W
Bush and Bill Clinton bend
the rules.
He hosts the annual Alice
Cooper’s Rock & Roll Golf
Classic, in its 21st year.
The rocker said: “We play
for fun and sometimes that
means cheating. People
have asked me if Trump
cheats at golf – they all do.
“Bush, Clinton, Obama.
They’re just having fun!”
HOME BAKE’S OFF
BREADMAKERS and old
games consoles are among
74million items flooding
auction sites this month,
Good Housekeeping found.
IT’S A STRICTLY COME
DOWN FOR KRISTINA
Ex-diva
’s £14 classes
■ by ANTONY THROWER
FORMER Strictly beauty
Kristina Rihanoff is now
selling dance and yoga
lessons at £14 a time.
She is advertising the classes
on her Twitter account after
leaving the BBC show in 2015.
JOE Sugg and Dianne Buswell sparked
★
engagement rumours last night as fans
spotted a ring on her engagement finger.
The Strictly stars shared this snap of
professional dancer Di wearing a sparkler.
But YouTube sensation Sugg captioned
it on Instagram: “Last day of chillin’
with this one before we start the tour!”
★
DI’S RING
BINDER?
And one shocked fan posted: “Is
this really the best Kristina can
line up? Surely she can get back on
the celebrity circuit.”
The Bodyrhythm classes near
Northampton are also available at
£80 for eight weeks for those looking to save cash.
The advert reads: “Ballroom and
latin dance classes are the perfect
way to get yourself in shape. Increase your fitness and improve
self-esteem. No partner needed!”
The lessons in several styles of
yoga also cost £14.
It marks a huge comedown for the
blonde Russian, 41, who left Strictly
in 2015 after becoming more famous
for her romantic life than her danc-
ROMANCE: Kristina with Joe
ing. She coupled up with boxing
legend Joe Calzaghe after they
danced together in 2009.
The relationship ended four years
later, but she then found love with
her 2013 Strictly partner, rugby star
Ben Cohen, with whom she has a
daughter Milena, two.
She also made an ill-fated
appearance on Celebrity
Big Brother in 2016 and at
Christmas played Tinker
Bell in the panto Aladdin in
St Helens, Merseyside.
OFFER: Kristina’s advert on Twitter
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EURO SHOW: Benedict
Brexit’s
in 500m
chats
a day
THE word Brexit is uttered
more than 500million times
a day in the UK.
And the average Brit has
chatted about leaving the
EU for more than 122 hours
since the no vote in 2016,
says a study to promote
Channel 4 drama Brexit:
The Uncivil War.
The show, which stars
Benedict Cumberbatch as
Leave campaign director
Dominic Cummings, airs
tonight.
The study found that the
word Brexit is mentioned
507m times a day with 92m
full conversations about it
every day in the UK, which
works out at about two
chats for every Brit every
single day.
A total of 67% of those
quizzed said that speaking
about Brexit raised their
stress levels.
A spokesman for Channel
4 said: “With the average
conversation about Brexit
taking up almost eight
minutes, Brits have spent
more than five full days
each talking about Brexit
since the referendum.”
The top five most
discussed individuals on
Twitter in relation to
Brexit were: Theresa May,
Nigel Farage, Jeremy
Corbyn, Boris Johnson and
Jacob Rees-Mogg.
STAR
MORE than
half of young Brits
would rather be in a
gym than a pub or out
clubbing. And 35% said
they do not like staying
out past midnight, a
David Lloyd Clubs
poll found.
BURST
Hedges
clean air
ROADSIDE hedges are best
for trimming air pollution
from traffic as they act as a
green barrier.
Scientists say tree-lined
avenues may look pretty
but they are least effective
in removing black soot
caused by diesel engines
and other smog particles
from vehicle exhausts.
This is because the tree
canopy is too high to act as
a barrier or filter for traffic
fumes, a University of
Surrey study found.
Hedges reduce diesel soot
created by traffic by 63%.
OP LOPS A STONE
DIETER Samantha Horrex,
27, of Croydon, south
London, needed a stone of
excess skin sliced off her
stomach after she lost 9st.
17
MAGIC: With Potter star Tom Felton
MEMORABLE: Some of Victoria’s vast collection
HARRY POTTY
A HARRY Potter superfan is
★
aiming to smash the world
record for the most memorabilia
– with up to 4,000 items.
Victoria Maclean, 38, became
obsessed with the wizarding
world while pregnant and hopes
her hoard will beat present record
holder Menahem Asher Silva
Vargas, who has over 3,000 items.
Victoria, of Tonna, in, south
Wales, said: “I read the first
book in a fortnight and I was
utterly in love.”
★
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£115M Lotto winners warned
THE couple who scooped a
£115million jackpot were told
to “burn” any begging letters.
Lotto winners Patrick and Frances
Connolly have said they will help 50
of their nearest and dearest.
The pair announced on Friday they were
On
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nOw
■ by TIM BAKER
the ones to have all the numbers in the New
Year draw – making them the fourth biggest UK winners in EuroMillions history.
The kindly couple, from Moira, Co Down,
announced they had “no intentions of
keeping all that money”. But previous
Lotto winners sent out a
warning.
Peter Lavery, from Belfast,
won £10m. He said: “I got
well over 9,000 letters asking for help. My best advice?
Burn them, ignore them.”
Brian Caswell, of Bolton,
Lancs, who won £25m in
2009, said he still gets them.
“They have to remember
begging letters is a business,” he said.
Simon Horne, of Camelot
– who run the lottery – said:
“I’ve known significant
lottery winners who have
never received a letter.”
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Leave William Roache alone.
He’s stayed in Corrie because
he’s not stupid. He’s getting a
regular income. Not like some of
the actors who leave and think
they can make it in Hollywood
and end up out of work. Only a
few like Sarah Lancashire and
Suranne Jones make it. By the
way I met William – a charming
man. MARLENE NORTHANTS
Can’t people understand that
our soaps are not a platform
for what happens in real life?
That’s why we have current
affairs progs. Got it? Golden
Oldie
talk about playing to the
camera. I thought celebrity
five go camping would be good to
watch but it was utter C P.
SHIRLEY POPS
may I through ur txt maniacs
congratulate claire wills friday centre page story on losing 9st
in weight in 1yr. She is simply
gorgeous with that smile and fantastic body, good luck 2 her and
son Albert. Des, Wem, Shrops
spot on ricky gervais. All his
stand-ups r hilarious so, u
snowpests, lighten up, cheer up,
don’t take things so literal or serious, AND AV A LAF. Anon
Popeye: They’re Granny
medals. Graham Ayr
Welcome to a new year of
even MORE REPEATS on television!! Over Christmas I counted 200 REPEATS. And that was
just ordinary television!! PLEASE
no more cooking/reality programmes – they are destroying
entertainment!! Frank
you are so right Funky, the
add with the kitten gives me
the creeps, P Scofield should stick
to his day job. Garbo
totally agree with funky on
sat jan 5th. sick ov seein
philip schofield on tele even doin
ads now. Be on news at ten next.
paul barrett bolton
I wasn’t likely to get anything
veggie from Mcdonalds but I
will try anything Frankie Bridge
tells me to. Andyyork
friends. YOU ARE A TELLURIAN. A
Glasgow Tellurian
There are no measures to cap
migration post Brexit.What the
need proper punishment for crimes.
Prisoners are better off than our f*** is going on. BONEHEAD
it’s nice to see the BBC ramping
pensioners, disabled and homeless!
up their fear propaganda over a
We must have the softest justice system in the world and it needs to stop: no deal brexit. Surely another refernow. But with the politicians we endum is on the cards, this time to
have there’s no bloody chance of have a say on whether we should be
that, they’re too soft and worried forced to fund the BBC or not. Anyabout PC brigade and snowflakes one else agree. Paul, Doncaster
Let’s not be getting mixed up
arguing with them. The countries
about leaving Europe we are
b****red! Tommy
Without a serious deterrent to not, we are leaving the EU club run a
halt knife and gun crimes it shower of unelected, undemocratic,
will continue to escalate. Tell police arrogant dictators. TONI
We really need to get out of Euto shoot anyone with knives/
rope ASAP, we have never been
weapons and bring back the death
sentence. Watch the numbers drop well liked & now we have voted to
when one of the cowards is shot or leave it will be even worse. If we
were to backtrack & remain we
hanged. TLB
Never known so many murders
would be seen to be weak.
& stabbings in this
Having looked at the
country. Bring Back
“Deal” on offer, we will be
far better off with No
The Rope. TumbleDeal. Let’s just get on
weed
Nearly 800 murwith it. Gary. Oldham
Red Fred. Sadly
ders a year are
ars
you forgot to
committed in UK
My 3 new ye
up
give
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tio
lu
mention that your
yet past & present
reso
ve up
red spend & borrow,
governments have
swering, gigive up
borrow party virtudone nothing about
smoking & it. I’ve left
d
ally
bankrupted
it. They treat it
drinking. S#wn the pub!
this country. Relike “These things
me fags do osborne.
member the note left
happen”.
MONbig dave dog and
at the treasury? ReKEYBOY
prince the field
family en
to Chipmunk: It’s
member
Gordon
unfair on other
Brown selling our gold?
smaller poorer countries
Remember Blair opening
who have accepted hundreds
the floodgates, changing this
of thousands if not millions of
country forever? Remember Labour
asylum seekers. The UK have taken closed down more coal mines than
a tiny amount, only a few hundred Tories did. Deano Leicester
One thing that I have noticed revia Dover but this has been called a
cently is how idle people have
major incident. Dover is being used
as a political weapon by the con become, when speaking the English
language. I remember when “That’s
party. Positive t
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ten pence in our tax pounds we isn’t it?” English should now be
can house more asylum seekers. called “Slanglish”. Literate Luke
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Doesn’t matter if boat people ing and punctuation are good – if
are genuine or not send them you get caught by the law the posh
back to France – we’ve let more than old boys club will go easy on you.
enough migrants into this country. challenger
in 1968 I got an a-level in english
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Some people like to know their
language. I write a grammatiancestry, well its very simple, cally impeccable letter, correctly
everyone on this Planet is a Tellu- spelt & punctuated. Might I now sugrian. Anyone want to argue? Don’t gest the british justice system pay
even think about it my Tellurian me substantial compensation for my
fine & driving ban for drink-driving
in 1971. cheers cockas. Bantaman
As a self-professed fair exponent
of English grammar, I did not
detect any degree of excellence in
diction ref. the texts sent by those
toff drug dealers, though I did detect
an air disingenuous reasoning by
the judge. In conclusion: This ‘old
boy’s network’ prig needs to be investigated, but who by, old boy?
Trevull QC (Quite Complexed)
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give up for NHS where is the
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tax
going
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Me and the Mrs with
are NHS going to start charging for
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QUIT: David Cameron
Cam’s
Brexit
burner
CORRIE SEAN: I LOST
MY HAIR TO STRESS
Hunk tells of fight with depression
■ by JERRY LAWTON
FORMER Corrie star Sean
Ward’s battle with depression caused his hair to
fall out.
FORMER prime minister
David Cameron has
reportedly revealed the
shock reason why he called
the European Union
referendum.
He is said to have told
friends he had “no choice. I
had a Bunsen burner stuck
up my a***”.
It is thought Mr Cameron
called the referendum in a
bid to defeat Ukip as the
party, then led by Nigel
Farage, had done well in
the European elections
and looked like damaging
the Tories’ chances of
staying in power.
Douglas Carswell, then a
Ukip MP, had asked Mr
Cameron during Prime
Minister’s Questions if he
lost the referendum would
he stay on to see Brexit
through.
Mr Cameron said “yes”
and then resumed his seat.
But the Tory leader
resigned as PM the day
after Britain voted to leave.
Mr Cameron is expected
to divulge more secrets in
his memoirs published
later this year.
The actor, who played murdered
thug Callum Logan, says he got
hooked on booze, drugs and porn to
combat mental health issues.
He said he is now “back in control”
after beating his demons.
But the 30-year-old star – who used to
date co-star Georgia May Foote – revealed his anguish triggered alopecia.
In a frank short film on Instagram, he
outlined his struggle and wore a baseball cap.
But he revealed his hair loss in an
accompanying message. Sean wrote:
“This is a short film about depression &
anxiety from a male perspective.
“It is a visual representation of the
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Michelle
Nirumandrad, 31, from
Columbia, South
Carolina, paints
pictures on canvas as
she plunges from
13,500ft.
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JOHN Blain had a lucky
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to a deadly Black Widow
spider by his Ford Mustang
in Tealing, Angus.
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The 35-year-old, who plays Sarah Platt, tied
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struggles I’ve faced over the past year. I
decided not to look all trim and fresh
and even left my alopecia out in all it’s
(sic) glory to show the true me when I’m
having a bad day/week/month.
“Thank you for all your amazing messages. Sorry I haven’t responded to
everyone yet. I’ll be on TV next week
discussing how I managed to overcome
my depression.”
The footage shows the actor smoking
and hitting the bottle.
But Sean said on his Instagram page
everything in the video was “false” and
he was drinking water not booze.
It was a “characterisation” of how he
would react in troubled times.
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■ by LIZ PERKINS
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warning that supergonorrhoea and syphilis are on the rise.
LETHAL: The plant
DOGS are in danger
from a deadly plant.
Owners have been
warned that hemlock
water dropwort,
known as dead man’s
fingers, has been seen
on Cornish beaches.
The root is so toxic it
can kill a cow.
Cases are soaring as
antibiotics are proving
less effective.
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warning
Mega
Stan fan
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SOUTH
Korean Jung
Min Yoo, 25, flew in
to watch Accrington
Stanley beat Ipswich
Town 1-0 in the FA Cup.
Shock findings show treatments for gonorrhoea are
failing to work.
The infection has become
resistant to three key drugs,
according to a report by
Public Health England.
Officials warned last year
that a Brit caught the “world’s
worst ever” case of supergonorrhoea.
The case happened after the
Sex bug cases soar
as top 3 drugs fail
man had a sexual encounter
with a woman in south-east
Asia.
He was cured only after
three days on a drip on the
antibiotic ertapenem after
the main combination drug
made up of azithromycin and
ceftriaxone failed.
Syphilis diagnoses are at
their highest level for nearly
70 years, with 7,137 cases last
year – a 20% rise on the previ-
ous year and more than twice
that in 2012.
Dr Helen Fifer, a PHE consultant microbiologist, said:
“Gonorrhoea can be serious
if untreated, with possible
long-term health problems
including infertility and pelvic inflammatory disease.
“The best way to protect
yourself is to always use
condoms.”
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THEIR sexy figures had viewers hooked last summer.
So if you are looking for some January fitspiration – the Love Island stars
are here to help.
As Brits get stuck into their post-Christmas health and fitness regimes, three
of the hottest contestants have teamed up
with fashion retailers to model new
activewear collections.
Surfer Laura Crane, make-up artist Kaz
Crossley and former Government adviser
Zara McDermott show you how to look hot
while getting fit in the ranges.
Laura coupled up with hunky Jack Fowler on the show but they failed to make it
work on the outside.
She models George at Asda’s 22-piece collection, which features sports bras and
performance leggings, and starts from £6.
Laura, who became a British surfing
champion at 14 and represented Team GB
for almost four years, also shares her tips
to getting motivated.
“I work out because I enjoy it and it
makes me feel really good,” she says.
“Like anyone else I always sit at
home and think I can’t be bothered
but I know how good I feel after.
“I think trying new things
keeps it interesting.
“Otherwise it’s like anything
– if you do the same run every
day, it’s repetitive and boring.
“And find something you
enjoy, otherwise it’s horrible.
“I really dislike spinning, so I
don’t do it.
“I really love surfing but I also
really enjoy running. Plus I do
yoga as well.
“I’ll also do weight training stuff,
too. To be honest, I love most sports
and fitness.”
She also has a big 2019 planned. “I am
launching my YouTube channel in January,” she says. “It’s going to be a mixture
of videos on sports and mental health.
“I will get people in, such as celebrities
or sportspeople, do their favourite workout and at the end I will ask them three
questions.
“This includes how sport has helped
them in their mental health.
“I want to get the message across of how
important sport is and how much it can
help mentally.”
Laura also reckons you’re never too old
to try surfing.
She says: “People always say ‘Oh I wished
I’d started when I was younger’, but there
is literally no age for surfing.
“You can start when you want. But I’d
also say you need to be persistent.
“It’s not an easy one at the start, you
probably take a lot more hits than waves
at the start – that’s for sure.
“I remember that! Just stick with it
because it’s worth it.”
Meanwhile, gorgeous Kaz, who is still
with her Love Island boyfriend Josh
■
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own Kaz Fit collection
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ROLE MODEL:
Zara is shaping
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Denzel, has launched her own Kaz Fit
collection for online retailer boohoo
(boohoo.com).
Her 24-piece collection ranges in size
from 6 to 16 and she says: “I hope you love
it as much as I do. Let’s get fit in 2019!”
Josh treated Kaz to a new year trip to
Miami as one of her Christmas presents.
No wonder she describes herself as “the
happiest girl in the world”.
Sexy Zara is still loved up with Adam
Collard and the pair have even moved in
together.
She is modelling the new activewear
collection from Hidden Fashion, which
launches tomorrow.
Prices start from £3. See hiddenfashion.
com for more details.
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SITTING
PRETTY:
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Monday, January 7, 2019
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EVERY KICK, EVERY GOAL, EVERY GAME
FA
CU
P
THIRD
ROUND
■
STEAMING IN: Troy
Deeney celebrates
making it 2-0 to Watford but
Woking boss Alan Dowson
(inset) will still be a winner
BACK DOWN
TO EARTH
■
by TONY BANKS
Woking 0 Watford 2
WOKING boss Alan Dowson
will splash out on a new
kettle after their FA Cup
campaign ran out of steam.
But boss Alan can still brew up a treat
The National League South outfit did
themselves proud against a side 110
places above them in football’s pyramid.
The run has earned the Cards around
£300,000 and Dowson has already
earmarked some of the cash windfall.
He said: “I’ll be able to get a new
kettle for my office because at the
moment I have to walk about 20
miles for a cup of tea. It took three
months to get a heater.”
Dowson also joked he felt shortchanged after handing a bottle of
Newcastle Brown Ale to Watford
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SERIOUSLY
football
EVERY KICK, EVERY GOAL, EVERY GAME,
BEERS BUT
Dowson’s men earn boozy
night despite defeat
DOUBLE UP: Ferguson celebrates
Lions boss:
Shane’s got
roar talent
■ by ROBERT DUNFORD
MILLWALL ......... 2
HULL .................. 1
NEIL HARRIS reckons Shane
Ferguson can get even better as
Millwall came from behind to win.
The Northern Ireland international
came on as a substitute and scored
twice late on, sending the Lions into
the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Boss Harris also saw Ferguson, 27,
score a penalty against Ipswich on
New Year’s Day and thinks the
midfielder can improve further.
He said: “They were class goals
– what do you expect from an
international footballer? He’s got the
ability to do that.
“The belief hasn’t always been
there with Shane, the run of games
he’s had and the form he’s been in
has been outstanding.
“Those two goals were befitting of
any game. He can go from strength
to strength.”
Hull goalkeeper George Long kept
an Aiden O’Brien header out on 30
minutes, while Millwall stopper
Jordan Archer blocked from Todd
Kane a minute later.
Strike
The visitors looked on course to
go through seven minutes after the
restart when Jon Toral linked up
with Nouha Dicko before slotting
home the return ball.
The goal kicked some life into the
Lions and O’Brien was unlucky to
see his close-range effort strike the
crossbar on 79 minutes.
However, supersub Ferguson
turned the game around in an
amazing three-minute spell.
Firstly, he was left unchallenged to
curl home a stunner from outside
the box on 82 minutes.
And he added his second soon
after with a free-kick on the edge of
the area that beat Long.
Hull boss Nigel Adkins made eight
changes from the team that
thumped Bolton by six goals but felt
the experience would serve his
second string well.
He said: “We’d put ourselves in a
position to win. It’s frustrating,
because we made changes. It’s good
to see some of the younger players.”
■
WAT A GOAL:
Hughes (right) is
congratulated after
his opener, while
Woking coach and TV
commentator Martin
Tyler consoles keeper
Craig Ross afterwards
WOKING can still hold their
sore heads high today.
The post-match booze-up was about
drowning sorrows this time rather
than celebrating another giant-killing.
They battled hard, but goals from Will
Hughes and Troy Deeney at a packed
Kingfield were enough to see Premier
League Watford safely though to the
fourth round.
Watford would have entered this one
with trepidation, for the Cards had cup
pedigree, famously turfing out secondtier 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
by TONY BANKS
WOKING........ 0
WATFORD....... 2
defeat in 14 games and sitting second in
the National League South, the Surrey
team had hope, especially as they had
knocked out League Two Swindon in
the previous round.
But Watford, who made 11 changes,
killed off the possibility of romance
early – and never remotely looked like
letting their grip slip. Woking could not
emulate their 1990s predecessors, but
they did make around £300,000 from
the tie.
“Of course the money will come in
useful,” said Woking boss Alan
Dowson.
“But we don’t have to replace these
players. We are second in the league
and they have done the club proud
today.
“I’ll get lashed tonight and then be
back in here tomorrow. I’ll be down the
working men’s club, playing some
darts and pool.
“I loved locking horns with a
Premier League manager. But their
first goal killed us.
“If it was a Premier League goal, you
could accept it. But it was crap
defending. I told them, ‘You have just
given away the worst goal’. Their
second was not much better.”
There were 110 places between the
two sides on the football ladder and for
long periods in the game that gap in
class showed.
Caught
Woking were not helped by having
12-goal top scorer Max Kretzschmar
injured – but it was at the back where
they were caught.
Only 13 minutes had gone when Adam
Masina played a simple corner to
Hughes on the left and he hooked the
ball low through a crowd of players and
Goal king on Marq to spark upset
HE’S DON IT: Mallik Wilks is mobbed
JOHN MARQUIS grabbed his
19th goal of the season as
League One Rovers reached
the FA Cup fourth round for
the first time in nine years.
Tom Anderson’s tap-in put
Rovers in front in the 72nd
minute after Preston keeper
Michael Crowe had kept out
Andy Butler’s header.
Doncaster boss Grant
McCann said: “I’m immensely
proud. We’ve been playing
like that all season.
“The draw is always a fine
■ by IAN WHITTELL
PRESTON ........1
DONCASTER ..3
spectacle but for now we’ll
put this on the back burner
because our main focus is to
stay in the top six.”
Alex Neil handed a debut to
third-choice Crowe, 23, and it
took him just five minutes to
pick the ball out of his net.
It was a sweetly-worked
goal with Ben Whiteman
sending full-back Matty Blair
sprinting down the right.
His cross was met by
Marquis, whose towering,
unmarked header continued
his run of scoring in every
round so far this season.
The Championship hosts at
least made a tie of it in the
56th minute.
Paul Gallagher’s left-wing
corner picked out defender
Andrew Hughes and his
powerful header gave keeper
Ian Lawlor no chance. But
three minutes from time
Mallik Wilks completed the
upset as he walked the ball
into an open goal after a
terrible mix-up between
Crowe and two of his
defenders as they dealt with
Tommy Rowe’s through ball.
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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EVERY KICK, EVERY GOAL, EVERY GAME foo
tball
NO CHEERS
Alan gets
FA Cuppa
■
DEEN MACHINE:
Troy Deeney taps
in the second to end
Woking’s cup dreams
From Page 1
counterpart Javi Gracia at
full-time. “I loved locking horns
with a great manager,” said
Gateshead-born Dowson.
“I gave him a bottle of
Newcastle Brown Ale – he bloody
took it. He gave me one of his
sangria. I thought he was a bit
tight. The Newcastle Brown was
bigger.”
Will Hughes struck early for
Watford before captain Troy
Deeney came off the bench to
secure the win with a late tap-in.
Hornets boss Gracia praised
Deeney for ending Woking’s
hopes of further progression
after introducing his captain with
19 minutes remaining.
“Troy is always ready – and in
that moment when we need to kill
the game, it was the right moment
to put him on and I was sure he
was going to score,” he said.
“In that moment I was not
looking for only his experience,
I was trying to kill the game by
scoring another goal and with
Ken Sema playing on the left and
Troy as a striker, we had more
options to kill the game.”
Gracia’s first game as Watford
boss came with a fourth-round
defeat by Southampton last
season but this was the
Spaniard’s first experience of an
FA Cup tie in such modest
surroundings.
“It is true that it is a little bit
different but I am happy to have
the chance to live this today
because it was different but an
amazing experience for me
and for the team,” he added.
into the far corner of the net as the
home defence failed to react.
Cards goalkeeper Craig Ross then
pulled off a fine save from Isaac Success
as Watford took control, but window
fitter Ben Gerring should have levelled
for Woking when he headed straight at
keeper Heurelho Gomes.
Tom Cleverley, though, hit the bar as
Watford pressed – but as long as there
was only one goal in it, there was hope
for the non-Leaguers, for whom
substitute Armani Little tested the
Hornets keeper.
But boss Javi Gracia then threw on
Deeney – and, with only his second
touch, the Watford talisman put the
game out of Woking’s reach. Fellow
substitute Ken Sema burst down the
left and crossed low and Deeney, who
had exchanged some banter with the
fans, tapped in.
Deeney then had a header cleared
off the line, but Woking should have
pulled one back as former Watford
trainee Harvey Bradley headed over.
Cleverley, making his first start since
a summer Achilles tendon operation,
had a Woking connection.
His great uncle Reg scored for them
in the 1958 FA Amateur Cup final.
“Unfortunately he passed away last
year,” said the Hornets midfielder. “It
would have been great if he could have
been here. We need to be looking for a
cup run now. It’s great for every club.”
WINNER: Bidwell scores
Ash fired
up to turn
it around
■ by JAMES NURSEY
SHREWSBURY ......1
STOKE ................. 1
ASHLEY WILLIAMS admits
Stoke’s stars must learn to
handle the abuse better.
Potters fans are revolting
against boss Gary Rowett after
just eight league wins, despite a
£45m spending spree.
Stoke are struggling to adjust
to life in the Championship after
being relegated from the
Premier League and are lucky
to still be in the FA Cup.
And Rowett is clinging to his
job after Peter Crouch’s late
equaliser at League One
Shrewsbury.
The former Derby
manager was dogged
by constant abuse
from away fans,
including chants of
“Gary Rowett get
out of our club”
and “Gary Rowett,
your football is
s**t”.
Experienced Wales
defender Williams (inset),
34, said: “I think you can feel it,
we’re a bit on edge. We need to
be big enough to manage it.
“If they’re cheering, then
great. If they’re not, then we
need to be able to manage the
situation whatever it is.
“It’s good when they sing your
name and cheer for us and it’s
not very nice when they boo.
Happy
■
WILL POWER: Hughes
(left) fires in the first
McClaren’s got his old cup mojo back
STEVE McCLAREN hailed
QPR’s first FA Cup win without
a replay since 1997 – but Leeds
were left to focus on promotion.
The former England boss lost
his opening four Championship
games on his return to English
football in the summer.
But his QPR side yesterday
extended their unbeaten run to
six games with an entertaining
win over the league leaders to
show the progress he has made
– and his old cup magic.
McClaren, who won the League
HOTSHOT: Norburn celebrates
■ by NEIL McLEMAN
QPR .................2
LEEDS ..............1
Cup and reached the UEFA Cup
final with Middlesbrough, said:
“In the last few weeks we have
created history by beating Forest
for the first time in 85 years and
today we are in the fourth round
for the first time in a long time.
“I thought it was a fantastic
performance. Cup football is
important to me. It was
drummed into me since my first
year in management by Steve
Gibson. The cups are exciting
and long may it continue. It
showed the future is bright.”
Leeds’ Tyler Roberts hit both
posts with a shot after only 25
seconds but Rangers went
ahead through an Aramide Oteh
penalty in the 23rd minute after
Leif Davis tripped Jake Bidwell.
The lead lasted only two
minutes as QPR keeper Matt
Ingram fumbled a Lewis Baker
free-kick and Aapo Halme
tapped home his first goal for
Leeds. Ingram made amends
with a series of fine saves
before Bidwell headed home the
75th-minute winner from a Luke
Freeman corner.
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa
said: “I think we deserved to
lose. We made too many
mistakes.
“The teams that are just
behind us score a goal every
two or three chances. We need
five or six chances to score.”
“It makes the job harder. But
I can understand it to a degree
because of the expectations.
“Hopefully it will come good
sooner rather than later. We like
the gaffer. As a player, you don’t
want to see a change.”
Crouch earned Stoke a replay
after Tyrese Campbell and
Mame Diouf combined to tee
him up to volley in with just
over 10 minutes remaining.
Shrewsbury’s Ollie Norburn
scored from the penalty spot in
first-half stoppage-time when
Tom Edwards fouled Aaron
Amadi-Holloway in the box.
Town man of the match
Anthony Grant said: “I thought
we deserved to win. But the
replay is good for the club.
“If we play on the front foot
there their fans are not going to
be happy. You don’t know how
many fans are going to turn up
– it could be empty and affect
their players.”
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FOR
OLE
I’M BACK: Nick Pope at Turf Moor
Pope keeps
the faith in
3-way fight
■ by JOHN RICHARDSON
BURNLEY ............ 1
BARNSLEY..........0
NICK POPE’S Burnley return
now sees three England keepers
battling for a first-team spot at
Turf Moor.
Pope was walking on air with
his World Cup call-up before
plunging the depths of despair
when 13 minutes into a Europa
League game at Aberdeen in
July he dislocated his shoulder.
But he revealed, after an
encouraging clean-sheet display
against battling Barnsley, that a
phone call from England boss
Gareth Southgate couldn’t have
arrived at a better time.
“A couple of weeks after I got
injured, Gareth rang me and we
had a great conversation.
That was a nice lift at a
difficult time,” he
said.
“It was great to
hear from him.
Fingers crossed
I’m still in his
thoughts. You have
to play to stay in
his thoughts and
that’s what I have to
look to do.”
Easier said than done with club
captain Tom Heaton, who has
himself only just come back
after an identical injury, and Joe
Hart breathing down his neck.
“It’s an amazing situation. Not
many people expect to have three
England keepers,” said Pope, 26.
“But that’s the situation and
we’ve all got to be pushing each
other every day. There’s great
banter between the three of us.
“It’s been a funny year. Really
high with finishing seventh last
season and going to the World
Cup and then starting this
season and after just about three
days I’m written off for five
months. But I’m happy with
where I am. I feel good.”
Barnsley can be excused for
travelling back to Yorkshire in a
frustrated mood because for vast
phases of the game the League
One club didn’t look out of place
on the Premier League stage.
Manager Daniel Stendel was
left bemoaning a free-kick from
Alex Mowatt which flew inches
wide shortly before Chris Wood
(inset) won it in added time with
a penalty.
Stendel said “I know Alex can
score from that position. At this
moment with a little bit more
luck we end up winning.”
Burnley had an earlier penalty
scrapped in farcical scenes when
Matej Vydra was stopped in his
run-up by referee Simon Hooper
after VAR had belatedly ruled
out the spot-kick for offside.
But Solskjaer cool on
being history maker
OLE GUNNAR Solskjaer
has no intention of
looking over his shoulder
as he bids to become
Manchester United boss
on a permanent basis.
■
I’M GUNNAR LOOK
AHEAD: Solskjaer
salutes fans at the end
after Romelu Lukaku
had sealed victory with
Manchester United’s
second goal (below)
Solskjaer is doing all he can to
show he is the right man for the
job after masterminding five wins
from five since replacing Jose
Mourinho last month.
This was the most routine, with
a penalty from Juan Mata and
Romelu Lukaku’s third goal in
three games helping United see off
a spirited Reading outfit to book a
place in the FA Cup fourth round.
The acid test of Solskjaer’s
credentials will come on Sunday
when United face a rampant
Tottenham side at Wembley.
That game will pitch the
Norwegian against the man who
remains favourite to become the
next United boss on a full-time
basis – Mauricio Pochettino.
Solskjaer’s
impressive start saw
him match the great
Sir Matt Busby –
becoming only the
second United
manager to win his
first five games.
But he said: “I
don’t care, not
now. I might sit
down in 20 years’
time and look at
whatever records
I have.
“I never look
back. Never, ever.
When I’m in a
position, I never
look back on what
I’m doing that way.
“Yeah, you reflect
and you try to
improve, but you
never get
complacent and
think, ‘I’ve done
this or that, I’ve
done well’.
by JEREMY CROSS
MAN UTD . 2
READING .... 0
Tottenham have performed
fantastically this season and
they’ve got a great way of playing.
“But we’re at Wembley, and
we’re playing against one of the
top teams. It doesn’t need
motivation.
“I think the players are getting
confidence 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.”
Hope
Solskjaer has taken his squad on
a training trip to Dubai.
Royals boss Jose Gomes would
love to take his squad somewhere
like that, but his priority is signing
players to help his side – second
from bottom of the Championship
– avoid relegation.
Reading have gone 12 games
without a win and Gomes said:
“They beat us, but they didn’t take
our confidence.
“It gives us big hope for the
future.
“I’d like to bring in new players,
maybe
four or
five.”
■
IT’S NOT JOSE’S DAY:
Gomes at Old Trafford
Monday, January 7, 2019
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MOVING ON:
Fabregas waves
goodbye to the fans
at the end after
earlier missing
a penalty (left)
FUL STEAM: Jay Fulton is on target
Scott’s shot
if Abraham
checks out
■ by JOHN WRAGG
■
HEAD BOY:
Morata nods
home the second
ASTON VILLA .... 0
SWANSEA ...........3
FAB-LU-LOUS
DAVID LUIZ said an
emotional goodbye to Cesc
Fabregas and insisted
English football is losing
one of its greats.
Fabregas played his 501st and
potentially final game in this country
before going to France yesterday to
sign a three-year deal with Monaco.
There he will be reunited with his
ex-Arsenal team-mate Thierry Henry.
The midfielder, a World Cup and
double European Championship
winner with Spain, spent less time at
Chelsea than with the Gunners but
won more silverware, including two
Premier League titles.
Although he missed a penalty as an
Alvaro Morata double sunk
Championship underdogs Nottingham
Forest, that was not the reason he left
the pitch, to a standing ovation, in
tears.
Fabregas always insisted it would be
hard to leave Chelsea – and Luiz
revealed how he gave an emotional
farewell speech in the dressing room
David’s tribute to super Cesc
by PAUL BROWN
CHELSEA ..... 2
N FOREST ......0
after the final whistle. The Brazilian
said: “He did a speech and then after
that we all thanked and hugged him.
“It’s not etiquette to tell you what he
said. It’s always difficult to lose
players, especially like him, 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
but 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 had
fouled Blues star Ruben Loftus-Cheek,
may be 31 and not getting many
minutes these days.
But Luiz insisted he will be hard to
replace, adding: “He brings always a
confidence, energy for the team.
Clash
“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 teen
star Callum Hudson-Odoi, a £40m
target for German giants Bayern
Munich, will still be the future. He set
up both of Morata’s goals and could
now start in tomorrow’s Carabao
Cup semi-final first-leg clash with
Tottenham at Wembley.
Despite suffering defeat, Forest
midfielder Adlene Guedioura believes
the club now have a taste for Premier
League football as they chase
promotion.
He said: “When you play Premier
League teams, it makes you want to
come back next season.
“We want to be playing big teams
every week, so we need to take what
we’ve learnt and focus on the league.
“Promotion is still the No.1 aim for
us as a squad. We need to rest and
recover well this week and get ready
for a big game at Reading next
weekend.”
SCOTT HOGAN could be the man
to step in if top scorer Tammy
Abraham leaves Aston Villa.
Hogan has been a flop since his
£13m move from Brentford two
years ago and failed again as
Villa crashed out of the FA Cup.
But Villa boss Dean Smith got
the best out of the striker at
Griffin Park – and thinks he can
do it again.
Abraham, 21, is set to scrap his
loan deal with Villa and join
Premier League neighbours
Wolves until the end of the
season.
Smith continues to say he has
heard nothing and expects
Abraham in training today, but
he is looking at Hogan, 26, just
in case.
“We have plans if Abraham
goes and plans if he stays,” said
Smith of his 16-goal top scorer.
“It is a job for us to work on
building Hogan’s confidence and
get him scoring goals again.
“I have no doubts we are one of
the top teams in the
Championship.
“Is the top six still a
possibility? Without a shadow of
a doubt.”
Dreadful
This was Hogan’s first start
since the final league game of
last season and he wasted two
chances that might have put
some life into dreadful Villa.
Swansea totally outplayed
them with goals from Courtney
Baker-Richardson, Nathan Dyer
and Jay Fulton – plus the
inspiration of Leroy Fer.
The Dutchman was in superb
form, setting up two goals.
But Smith said: “He could have
had five cautions and it took
until the 90th minute for the
referee to give him one.
“Neil Taylor has just come back
from a hamstring injury and he
gets one right down the back of
his shin and ankle and nothing
gets done about it.
“I am asking questions. Fer
created a good pass for the
second goal and a good bit of
skill for the third, but I’m
amazed he was still on the
pitch.”
But Swans boss Graham Potter
said: “I said to Fer that I thought
it was his best game.
“I am delighted with him and
thought he was disciplined,
although I am sure Dean Smith
will say he got away with a
couple of tackles as well.”
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YOUR GUIDE TO
THE WEEK AHEAD
■
STAR OF
THE SHOW:
Dack scores and
is mobbed (below)
(7.45pm unless stated)
TODAY
Emirates FA Cup
3rd round
Wolves v Liverpool ....................................
TOMORROW
Carabao Cup
Semi-final, 1st leg
Tottenham v Chelsea (8pm)......................
Checkatrade Trophy
3rd round
Accrington v Bury .....................................
Cheltenham v Oxford Utd .........................
Northampton v Bristol Rovers .................
Port Vale v Shrewsbury ............................
Rochdale v Man City U21 (7pm) ...............
Southend v Portsmouth ............................
Sunderland v Newcastle U21....................
Vanarama National League
Bromley v Wrexham ..................................
Gateshead v Solihull Moors .....................
Buildbase FA Trophy
1st round
Maidenhead v Oxford City ........................
Salisbury v Braintree.................................
1st round replay
Havant & Waterlooville v Dover ...............
WEDNESDAY
Carabao Cup
Semi-final, 1st leg
Man City v Burton ......................................
Checkatrade Trophy
3rd round
Chelsea U21 v Peterborough (7pm) .........
FRIDAY
Sky Bet Championship
Leeds v Derby ............................................
(3pm unless stated)
SATURDAY
Premier League
Brighton v Liverpool .................................
Burnley v Fulham ......................................
Cardiff v Huddersfield ...............................
Chelsea v Newcastle (5.30pm) .................
Crystal Palace v Watford ..........................
Leicester v Southampton..........................
West Ham v Arsenal (12.30pm) ................
Sky Bet Championship
Birmingham v Middlesbrough ..................
Brentford v Stoke ......................................
Bristol City v Bolton ..................................
Hull v Sheff Wed ........................................
Ipswich v Rotherham ................................
Millwall v Blackburn (5.30pm) ..................
Preston v Swansea ....................................
Reading v Nottm Forest ............................
Sheff Utd v QPR .........................................
West Brom v Norwich ...............................
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 MK Dons .........................................
Cheltenham v Tranmere............................
Crewe v Newport .......................................
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 .....................................
Buildbase FA Trophy
2nd round
AFC Fylde v Biggleswade .........................
Barnet v Dorchester ..................................
Blyth v Boreham Wood .............................
Carshalton v Salisbury/Braintree .............
Chesterfield v Bedford ..............................
Halifax v Solihull Moors ............................
Hartlepool v Telford...................................
Hemel Hempstead v Wingate & Finchley
Hereford v Brackley...................................
Maidstone v Maidenhead/Oxford City .....
Ramsbottom v Weymouth ........................
Salford v Dag & Red ..................................
Stockport v Truro ......................................
Dover/Havant & W v Harrogate ................
Wrexham v Leyton Orient .........................
SUNDAY
Premier League
Everton v Bournemouth (2.15pm) ............
Tottenham v Man Utd (4.30pm) ................
MONDAY, JAN 14
Premier League
Man City v Wolves (8pm) ..........................
DACK’S THE
WAY TO DO IT
BRADLEY DACK sat in the
dressing room after the final
whistle feeling very different
to the last time he played a
cup tie against Premier
League opponents.
In September 2016 he was on the
wrong end of a 5-0 thumping at
Tottenham during his Gillingham days.
That League Cup game was a sobering
experience for Blackburn star Dack,
who fancied his chances of playing
top-flight football one day.
It felt out of reach that night.
But it’s no longer such a distant
prospect for the forward, 25, who has
been at the heart of all things good for
an improving Rovers side.
And after his latest brush with the big
boys, this time Newcastle, he believes his
dream has moved significantly closer.
“It’s nice to test yourself against
Premier League opposition and this was
a lot more fun than the last one,” he
Brad’s feeling Rover the moon
by IAN MURTAGH
NEWCASTLE .... 1
BLACKBURN .... 1
said. “To be fair, my previous club
wasn’t of the same standard as
Blackburn but we struggled that day.
“I remember thinking afterwards, ‘I’m
a long way off from this kind of level’.
“But against Newcastle, I proved to
myself that I can play at this level
and this team can. That says a lot.”
While it also highlighted much about
the Magpies’ own inadequacies and just
where the cup lies in Rafa Benitez’s list
of priorities, it confirmed Rovers are on
an upward curve.
Tony Mowbray’s fluid side took a
deserved lead when Dack headed in his
13th goal of the season on 56 minutes
and only a late penalty from Matt
Ritchie earned the hosts a replay.
Chance
Benitez described the outcome as the
“worst-case scenario” but should have
known Toon hopes of a win would be
diminished by his team selection.
With his struggling side facing
relegation rivals Cardiff just days after
the replay, there’s little chance of him
calling in the cavalry at Ewood Park
either. He admitted afterwards that
Newcastle only ever looked like scoring
once he introduced Jonjo Shelvey,
Christian Atsu and Ayoze Perez,
who won the 85th-minute spot-kick,
were also thrown on.
But they probably will not start the
replay even though Ritchie – captain on
the day he broke his duck this term –
admits the regular first-teamers would
love the chance to finish the job off.
The Newcastle midfielder said: “We
were in the Championship not so long
ago so we’re used to Saturday, Tuesday,
Saturday. Your body adapts to it.
“Personally, I’d rather play. Any
footballer would rather do that than
train.”
Clayton finally proves he’s hot to Trott
CLAYTON DONALDSON was
relieved to finally break his
duck for crisis club Bolton.
The Jamaican hitman, 34,
bagged his first goal for nearly
a year as the Trotters recovered
from a 1-0 half-time deficit
against Walsall to score five
goals after the break.
Fellow striker Josh Magennis
netted a hat-trick and Jon
Guthrie’s unlucky own goal
helped the cash-strapped
Lancashire club avoid an upset
against the spirited Saddlers.
■ by NEIL GOULDING
BOLTON ..........5
WALSALL ........2
The win also provided some
much-needed cheer at the end
of a testing week for Bolton,
who were hit for six by Hull in
the Championship on Tuesday.
“It was nice to get my first
goal, it gives me confidence
going forward,” said Donaldson.
“It’s a massive win for us.
Financially getting into the next
round is great. Hopefully we can
get a big tie and it helps the club.
“The off-field issues haven’t
helped but once you step on to
the pitch, you have to put them
to the back of your mind.
“The manager (Phil Parkinson)
has got a lot to deal with but he
allows us to play.
“We showed a lot of belief to
pull it back and score five goals.
“We needed that confidence
and belief with everything that’s
been going on.” Andy Cook
headed the League One visitors
ahead but three goals in five
crazy minutes swung the tie,
even though Mark Beevers’
own goal gave Dean Keates’
side hope at 3-2.
Saddlers boss Keates said:
“We got a little bit shell-shocked
and it’s something that needs to
be addressed.
“In the first half we were
outstanding but in the second
half we needed to regroup into
our shape quicker. We need to
stay focused.”
DYNAMIC DUO: Magennis (right)
with match ball and Donaldson
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ELLIOTT TOP
OF THE LIST
Mum’s word for hero
ELLIOTT LIST’S mum
Samantha won’t
forget her birthday
celebrations in a
hurry.
■
START THE PARTY:
Mark Byrne jumps
on scorer Elliott List
Twenty-four hours
after her big day, son
Elliott got the party started
belatedly by scoring
Gillingham’s winner to
knock out Premier League
Cardiff.
The young winger’s
match-winning heroics earned
him the man-of-the-match
award and a bottle of
champagne, although he joked
he would need to buy a better
label for his mum.
“It was her birthday on
Friday so we will definitely be
celebrating and that one was
for her,” he said.
List, 21, described his winner
as the best moment of his
career so far.
It was a brilliant
second-half finish
to earn League
One strugglers
Gillingham
their first win
over top-flight
opposition for
15 years.
And it was
fitting that with
his mum and dad
watching on, he did
exactly what they told
him to do as he struggled
to get over being released by
Crystal Palace in 2015.
He said: “They told me to
prove to the world that I can
do it.
“I was in the youth team,
a good youth team, Aaron
Wan-Bissaka was a year
younger than me and used to
play left wing and I played
right and we used to work
together.
“Funnily enough, Neil
Warnock [Cardiff’s boss] was
by ADRIAN KAJUMBA
GILLINGHAM .1
CARDIFF ........0
the manager for a period while
I was there.
“But things didn’t work out
for whatever reason.
“It wasn’t supposed to
happen then but hopefully
things can kick on now.
“When I left Palace, it was
a real low point. When you
sign for a Premier League
club and you’re still in
school, you think, ‘Wow, I’m
going to go straight to the
top and play in the Prem’,
and it doesn’t always
happen like that.
“My family got round me
and said, ‘If this is what you
want to do, you can go
and make it happen’.
“Every kid
dreams of
playing at the
top.
“You watch
Match of the
Day and you
want to be on
it.”
Frustrated
Cardiff boss
Warnock (inset)
hit out at just
about everything
after this defeat – from
Gillingham’s medical team to
Liverpool’s “lack of class” for
loaning defender Nathaniel
Clyne to Bournemouth instead
of the Bluebirds.
He said: “I’m disappointed
not just with the boy himself
but with Liverpool as well for
not ringing me, not telling me.
“To see it on television when
I have done everything right
and they have promised he’s
my player this week – it’s a
disgrace, just a lack of class.”
Jones boys can s-Hatter Owls
LUTON manager Nathan Jones is
plotting an FA Cup upset in their
third-round replay with Sheffield
Wednesday.
The Hatters earned a second bite
of the cherry after a creditable
goalless draw at Hillsborough and
now Jones – whose side are
second in League One and
unbeaten in 13 matches – is
challenging his players to go one
better in the replay a week
tomorrow.
He said: “The chance to play
Sheffield Wednesday at a full house
■ by NATHAN HEMMINGHAM
SHEFF WEDS .... 0
LUTON .............. 0
back at our place is a great one. We
are going great in the league and
that is our bread and butter.
“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 believe we
are capable of and give us a
massive confidence boost.” Town
keeper James Shea was the hero of
Saturday’s stalemate, making
excellent saves from Marco Matias
twice and Steven Fletcher to earn
his side another shot.
Owls defender Michael Hector
says the Championship side must
take care of business second time
around.
He said: “We wanted the win but it
wasn’t to be. We are still in the hat,
that’s the positive.
“Now we have to take care of the
SHOCK TROOPS: Nathan Jones
job away from home.”
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BEE PLUS:
Maupay nets
the only goal
Moses plays
down exodus
MOSES ODUBAJO insists
Brentford won’t be
affected by transfer
speculation surrounding
their best players.
A host of Bees stars
have been linked with
moves this month and
one – Neal Maupay –
won and converted the
80th-minute penalty that
defeated Oxford.
“That stuff is out of our
control,” said right-back
Odubajo.
“It’s down to the
manager and owners. As
players we do the best we
can on the pitch and the
rest will sort itself out.”
The game was overshadowed by a serious
knee injury to Oxford’s
Shandon Baptiste just
four minutes after coming
on as a second-half sub.
U’s midfielder James
Henry said: “We’ll see
what the diagnosis is and
hopefully it’s not too
serious, but it didn’t look
great.
“He’s already been
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BRENTFORD .....1
OXFORD ............ 0
sidelined for three
months with a shoulder
injury and we hope this
isn’t as bad as we fear.
Injuries happen but it’s
devastating for Shandon.”
Oxford boss Karl
Robinson said: “It doesn’t
look good but we’ll pray
that the scan brings us
better news on Monday.
“I’m on the floor with
him and was nearly in
tears. He’s in bits
because we are people
and being a good person
is vital because results
come and go just like
praise and criticism.
“This was his first game
back from a bad injury
after nearly three months
out and I saw the pain
and adversity he went
through and how he came
back the hard way,
running his socks off.”
Mersey tie is
Kee for Billy
ACCRINGTON striker
Billy Kee is praying for a
glamour tie against one
of the Merseyside giants
after knocking out
Ipswich.
Kee’s ninth goal of the
season was enough to
send the Championship’s
bottom club out in the
third round for the ninth
season in a row.
The striker (inset) wants
to put the frighteners on
a Premier League giant in
the next round and said:
“Now bring on Liverpool
or Everton.
“If I’m honest, I’d
love to draw a
glamour club
at Accrington.
“It can a
horrible
experience
for the big
boys,
especially
when they see
our dressing
rooms.”
Boss 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’ve worked hard to
get where we are – and
that’s just 12 places
below Ipswich.”
Kee’s second-half goal
came from a Sean
McConville free-kick,
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ACCRINGTON .. 1
IPSWICH .......... 0
headed back across goal
by Ben Richards-Everton
for Kee to nod past keeper
Bartosz Bialkowski.
Sam Finley and Jordan
Clark were both foiled by
Bialkowski, but Accy
keeper Connor Ripley had
to stop Freddie Sears’ late
efforts at the other end.
Ipswich loan signings
Callum Elder and Will
Keane had solid
but unspectacular debuts.
But boss
Paul Lambert
faces a huge
job to avoid
the drop to
League One
after winning
one of 12 games
since coming in.
Lambert said: “I still
believe I can keep this
club in the Championship.
“It’s going to be hard
work and I need financial
support over the next few
weeks of the transfer
window, but it can be
done.
“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.”
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football EVERY KICK, EVERY GOAL, EVERY GAME,
GU
W
GO TIME: Green nets his late winner
Green can
light way
for Pompey
■ by DEREK DAVIS
NORWICH ........... 0
PORTSMOUTH .....1
ANDRE GREEN is making a
name for himself with late cup
winners and wants to repeat it
in Portsmouth’s promotion push.
The on-loan Aston Villa
forward netted League One
leaders Pompey’s winner in the
fifth minute of added time at
10-man Norwich.
Green also scored the winner
in the previous round at
Rochdale, and scored the first
against Tottenham’s Under-21s
in the EFL Trophy.
“I’m becoming known for
scoring late goals and I’m happy
with that,” said 20-year-old
Green.
“I have been waiting and
hoping I can get more playing
time.
“I’ve been scoring in the cup, so
I’m hoping I can take that into
the league.”
The Canaries lost Grant Hanley
in the 14th minute to a straight
red card but looked to have held
out for a replay until the
stoppage-time killer blow.
Ben Godfey, who started at
left-back moved to centre-half
and finished up at centre midfield,
thought Championship high fliers
Norwich had done enough.
Godfrey said: “Pompey are
doing unbelievably well in
League One, so when you go
down to 10 men against a team
like that, it is incredibly hard.
“The boys can be proud of the
way we dealt with it but it still
hurts to go out.”
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PURPLE REIGN:
Willock (left)
celebrates his opener
with Alex Iwobi
GET UP: Pitman holds down Green
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WILL POWER
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THREE ’N EASY:
Iwobi nets the
third for the Gunners
JOE WILLOCK wants to use his ‘dream’
two-goal display to earn a permanent
spot in Arsenal’s line-up.
The teenager’s first-half brace snuffed out any
chance of an upset against Blackpool as manager Unai
Emery’s first taste of the FA Cup ended sweetly.
It also continued a red-hot scoring streak, following
three in two games, for the 19-year-old starlet.
“It was one of my aims at the start of the season, to
push on and try to get in the box more and get a few
more goals and help the team, so, yes, all the hard
work is paying off,” said the midfielder, who now has
three in three games in the Europa League and cup.
“I have always wanted to push on and play more in
the Premier League, but I know I am just going to have
to be patient.
“It is going well for me and hopefully I’m showing
what I can do when I get the opportunities.”
Willock became the youngest Gunner to score in
the competition since Aaron Ramsey in 2010, with
his all-round display showing why the club are
prepared to let the Welshman go this summer.
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.
“Obviously we all want each other to do well and we
are always pushing each other on,” said Willock.
Two-goal Joe is
determined to
grab his chance
by GIDEON BROOKS
BLACKPOOL ........ 0
ARSENAL............. 3
“When we were young, we all had a
dream
together and we are just trying to fulfil it and
also repay mum and dad for all the sacrifices
they made to get us to this point.”
Willock was part of the side dumped
from the competition by Nottingham
Forest at the same stage last season –
one of 11 senior appearances he made
last term.
There were no such slip-ups at Bloomfield
Road in a match played out against the
familiar backdrop of discontented home
fans outside agitating for the removal of
the club’s owners.
Inside, an Arsenal side backed by 5,218 of
the 8,995 total attendance were always in
control.
Alex Iwobi added a third in the 86th minute
after Willock’s first-half double to a seal passage
into the fourth round.
■
GROUND DOWN:
Willock bags his
second to make it 2-0
■
UP FOR IT:
Unai Emery
enjoys his first
taste of the FA Cup
EARLY EXIT: Fox sees red
Maja move
is news to
Eagles boss
■ by MATTHEW DUNN
C PALACE ........... 1
GRIMSBY.............0
SUNDERLAND striker Josh Maja
maybe further away than he
thought from a dream move to
the Premier League after Roy
Hodgson revealed he has never
heard of him.
Crystal Palace were believed to
be one of the club’s chasing a
January move for the 20-year-old
striker (below), who has banged
in 14 goals in just 23 League One
matches this season.
But while Palace scouts may
have been monitoring his
progress after he turned down a
new contract, Hodgson insists he
is not on his personal radar.
“I have never heard of him,
sorry,” he said. “I don’t follow
Sunderland and he has not been
mentioned to me.
“The fact is it is not my job to
scout players. I am pretty sure if
you asked our scouting department or our head of scouting,
‘What about Josh Maja?’ – if
that’s his name – he would tell
you chapter and verse on him.
“But nobody has
mentioned his name
to me and I don’t
spend my time
watching
Sunderland.”
League Two
Grimsby were
left wishing that
their antics had
been watched
rather less.
Andrew Fox was
harshly sent off in the
fourth minute after the VAR
official intervened when referee
Martin Atkinson initially pulled
out a yellow card, and it turns
out the challenge on Eagles
winger Andros Townsend may
be the Grimsby defender’s last
act in English football.
Keeper James McKeown, whose
heroics helped keep Palace at
bay until Jordan Ayew’s 87thminute winner, revealed Fox
could soon be heading off to
America for family reasons.
“His wife has come over from
America,” said McKeown.
“She surprised him on Thursday
and she came to the game today.
That’s the human side that
people don’t see. People see lads
out there doing their job, which
they are, but his wife has
surprised him by coming over.
“Going off, I knew it was more
than a sending-off for him, if
that makes sense. He’s the nicest
man I’ve ever met in my life. I
know it will hurt him.”
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EVERY KICK, EVERY GOAL, EVERY GAME,
SILVA SNIPE
AT SAM
■
TOP TEAM: Lewis Wing jumps on
fellow scorer Britt Assombalonga
Grant sure
Wing’s set
for lift-off
LOOK-ING
GOOD: Ademola
Lookman scores
with a header and
celebrates with
fellow scorer
Bernard (above)
■ by CLIVE HETHERINGTON
MIDDLESBRO ........5
PETERB0RO ..........0
GRANT LEADBITTER says
Middlesbrough’s ‘Wing wonder’
reminds him of himself.
Lewis Wing scored his second
goal for the Championship club in
their romp over League One play-off
contenders Peterborough – and both
have been screamers.
Attacking midfielder Wing, 23, hit
the winner in the Carabao Cup at
home to Crystal Palace in October
and came off the bench to produce
another belter against Posh.
Boro captain Leadbitter, who made
his 500th career appearance, said:
“I love the boy Wing, I really do. He
reminds me a bit of myself when I
was a young player.
“I try to help him in any way I can.
Hopefully he’ll keep playing well and
keep scoring like that because
I enjoy it when I see him do that.
“He’s a proper kid – you can tell
he’s come through non-League. He
has a bit of devilment in him, which
I love in a player. I like playing with
people like that.”
Britt Assombalonga, with two,
George Friend and Ashley Fletcher
were also among the goals, which
all came after the break.
It was a rare outing for midfielder
Leadbitter, 32, who said: “The last
four or five months have been the
first time in my career I’ve
experienced this.
“But I see my future here. I’m here
until 2020.”
MARCO SILVA has hit back at
sniping from Sam Allardyce by
insisting: “I’ll take criticism
from David Moyes, but not you.”
Toffees boss not
sweet on critics
The Everton boss was animated and
emotional after an important, if laboured,
FA Cup victory over Lincoln.
He aggressively rejected criticism from his
predecessor by pointedly stating that Allardyce has
no love for the Toffees.
“We need to look if these people love this club,” he
said. “If some people have another agenda, don’t
want good results, just instability within our club,
they are not worth listening to.
Vicious
“OK he (Allardyce) is one colleague, one coach as
well. 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.”
The former Toffees and England manager showed
his vicious side by suggesting Silva would “never
survive” playing the style of football he does.
But Everton showed in a first-half spell against a
battling Lincoln side they can get results.
And Silva insisted that what Everton need now is
long-term stability, not more pressure from fans and
critics for a change of manager.
“We have to look for what is important for us as a
BRITT HIT: Assombalonga’s first
by DAVID MADDOCK
whole scenario, not just the last few weeks.
The last form was not good enough but you can
not think only of the last 20 or 25 days.”
Victory ended a shocking run of one win in
eight games for Silva, thanks to a fine headed
finish by youngster Ademola Lookman after 12
minutes and then an even better Bernard strike
for his first Everton goal two minutes later.
But League Two leaders Lincoln are such a
well-organised and confident side that they were
not rattled by their shocking start.
Instead, they exploited confusion amid their
opponents’ zonal-marking system to hit back when
the excellent Michael Bostwick scored just
before the half-hour mark.
They could have had more too, going
close at the end from another
set-piece.
Imps boss Danny Cowley said:
“We went toe-to-toe with worldclass opponents and the underlying memory of the game will be
my side’s determination.
“We can take so much from this
game, because sides like this test
you so much. Our defensive
organisation was tested to the
FRIENDLY FIRE:
limit and we emerged with a new
Bosses Marco Silva
level of physical quality and mental
(left) and Danny Cowley strength, which is good for the future.”
EVERTON..................2
LINCOLN...................1
club,” he said. “This club needs
stability, our players need some
stability, confidence, our fans also
need that too.
“What is important for us as a
club is what is happening inside.
“Since I joined the club, some
people were without confidence
and things were difficult.
“As a club we cannot live up and
down all the time. Even if we have
a fantastic run and then a run which
is not so good, we have to think of the
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BROWN AND OUT:
Bristol City star
Josh Brownhill scores
to sink Huddersfield
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ROUND-UP
CHARLTON...1 SUNDERLAND...1
JACK ROSS expects the point at Charlton to be
a valuable one at the end of the season.
Luke O’Nien’s early goal was cancelled out by a
Reece James own goal in an even game.
“Once we dust ourselves down we’ll start to look
upon it as a good point,” said Ross.
Home boss Lee Bowyer added: “In the second half
I thought we were outstanding. I thought the game
was a great advert for League One.”
ROCHDALE.......0 BURTON.......4
ANDY GARNER is confident Burton can
continue to improve after beating Rochdale.
Marcus Harness hit three and Liam Boyce
added the other that left the Brewers ninth.
“We’re a good side and if we perform like that
we can beat most of the teams in this league,”
Burton assistant Garner said.
Home boss Keith Hill said: “During my time
here, that’s the worst experience that I’ve had.”
SCUNTHORPE...2 COVENTRY...1
MORRELL
VICTORY
JOE MORRELL admits
his FA Cup glory was
worth the wait.
The midfielder, 22, was making
only his second start for Bristol
City five seasons after the first.
Since then Morrell has had loan
spells with Sutton, Margate and
Cheltenham, but insists he never
gave up hope on a career at
Ashton Gate.
“I can barely stand up,”
admitted Morrell after helping
the Robins claim 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
difficult to get my head around
suddenly facing Premier League
opposition.
“But it was well worth the wait.
There is a lot more to come from
me and hopefully I will now get
the chance to show that.
“I haven’t even been exposed
to Championship football, so I
STUART McCALL is looking upwards after the
Scunthorpe’s third successive victory.
James Perch and Levi Sutton netted for United,
with Conor Chaplin scoring in reply for City.
McCall said: “There’s still a long way to go, but
we’re looking up. Hopefully we’ll continue too with
more performances like that.”
Coventry manager Mark Robins said: “It’s still
possible for us to get into the play-offs.”
ROUND-UP
CAMBRIDGE...2 STEVENAGE...0
COLIN CALDERWOOD has challenged his
Cambridge players to win away from home after
David Amoo and Jevani Brown secured victory.
Calderwood said: “It’s all about results. We’ve
played well to get the result, now we’ve got to graft
to get a result away from home.”
Stevenage manager Dino Maamria said: “It’s a
transition period. We never play badly and win.”
■
CITY SLICKER:
Joe Morrell
in action for
Bristol City
Joe steps up to the challenge
by RICHARD LATHAM
BRISTOL CITY .....1
HUDDERSFIELD ..0
didn’t know what to expect.
It was a step up for me and you
could feel the quality of the
opposition. But we more than
matched Huddersfield and
deserved the result.”
Josh Brownhill’s 72nd-minute
strike, after bursting into the box
past two defenders, inflicted a
ninth successive defeat on the
Premier League’s bottom side to
pile the pressure on Huddersfield
chief David Wagner.
“I am not the person to ask,”
said the Terriers boss when
over Manchester United, Watford,
questioned about his job
Crystal Palace and Stoke in
prospects.
last season’s Carabao Cup, had
“I take responsibility for our
extra cause for satisfaction after
bad run – just as I do for what
their latest upset.
has happened to our club over
“A flu bug swept through our
the past three and a half years.
squad in the last 48 hours and I
“We wanted an FA Cup run and
kept having to alter selection
had many chances to win the
as more players went down with
game. We didn’t hit the target
it,” he said.
often enough and that has
“Adam Webster played
been the story this
despite suffering
season.
symptoms and I had
“Now we have to
three players on the
put this performbench I couldn’t
ance behind us and
really bring on.
focus fully on a big
“I am very proud
Premier League
of the team.
game at Cardiff.”
“Tottenham or
City boss Lee
Liverpool at home
Johnson, who
would be my pick in
UNDER PRESSURE: the next round.”
masterminded wins
Struggling Wagner
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Barton won’t cash out despite Dons KO
JOEY BARTON is adamant he has
found his home in management.
Barton’s hopes of a good first FA
Cup run as a boss ended in agony
as Kwesi Appiah’s 90th-minute
winner took Wimbledon through to
round four for the first time since
the club reformed in 2002.
And the former Newcastle
midfielder admitted that a thirdround exit had blown his chances
of having some cash to spend in
this month’s transfer window.
Barton, who had to watch
Saturday’s match from the stand as
he started a two-match touchline
ban imposed for verbally abusing a
■ by MIKE WHALLEY
FLEETWOOD ......2
WIMBLEDON ......3
referee last month, has not spent
any money on players since taking
charge at Highbury last June.
But he insists he is loving life at
the sharp end in League One.
He said: “It wasn’t like Solskjaer
going in at Manchester United.
“I knew it wasn’t just about lifting
a few players and get a few
five-a-sides going and get a bit of
confidence, just to get Paul Pogba
smiling and enjoying his football
again. I knew we had to change the
culture here.
“I’ve got no dough now because
we’re out of the FA Cup. It’s back to
free transfers.
“But that’s the job. I signed myself
up for this for the next 35 years. I
must be absolutely insane to do it.”
Fleetwood looked beaten when
Anthony Hartigan added to Andy
Barcham’s fine first-half goal to put
the Dons 2-0 up.
But the home side responded
with two goals in as many minutes
as Paddy Madden scrambled one
back before Ched Evans won and
converted a penalty – only for
Appiah to have the last word.
It was a frantic end to the week
for Dons debutant keeper Aaron
Ramsdale, signed on loan from
Bournemouth on Thursday.
The England Under-21 international managed just one training
session with his new team-mates
before Saturday’s game.
He said: “I was on the website,
looking at the players’ names and
pictures on Friday night. I still have
to learn nicknames, so I was calling
them by their first names.”
CARLISLE.......3 MANSFIELD....2
TOMMY WRIGHT is expecting plenty of
“big-name” applicants at Carlisle after manager
John Sheridan’s resignation on Friday.
Caretaker Wright saw Jack Sowerby and
Hallam Hope put United two ahead before Neal
Bishop was dismissed for Mansfield. Matt
Preston grabbed one back but Hope netted his
second before a Tyler Walker consolation.
COLCHESTER...3 NOTTS CO....3
NEAL ARDLEY will be contacting the Referees’
Association after seeing his lowly Notts County
side denied by a late penalty.
Sammie Szmodics grabbed the opener, but Jon
Stead, Dan Jones and Kristian Dennis put County
3-1 up, before Mikael Mandron netted and Harry
Pell scored from the spot. Ardley said: “I’ll be
stunned if the feedback isn’t that he’s cost us.”
CRAWLEY......1 CHELTENHAM...0
MICHAEL DUFF believes Cheltenham are
heading in the right direction, despite defeat.
Ollie Palmer’s penalty separated the sides.
“We did enough to get a point, but we are
getting better. When I first came in we were
getting beat comfortably,” Duff said.
Crawley manager Gabriele Cioffi said:
“There is a long way in front of us.”
MACCLESFIELD...1 SWINDON...2
SOL CAMPBELL wants his Macclesfield side to
improve their game management. Jak McCourt
scored an added-time winner for Swindon, with
Marc Richards also scoring after Tyrone Marsh’s
opener. “It’s about game management and the goal
was out of nothing,” Campbell said.
“We have to learn from this game. We’re better
than that, individually and as a team.”
MORECAMBE...2 CREWE..........2
CREWE boss David Artell was a relieved man
as Chris Porter scored a stoppage-time penalty.
James Jones had opened the scoring for
Crewe, but goals from Andrew Tutte and
Kevin Ellison put Morecambe ahead.
Artell said: “Our decision making was poor.”
Morecambe boss Jim Bentley said: “To give
away points again today was hard to bear.”
YEOVIL..........0 BURY.............1
DARREN WAY believes he can turn it round at
Yeovil, despite a 10-match winless run.
Nicky Maynard scored his 10th league goal of
the season to help Bury move up to third.
Way said: “It’s hard. I still believe the players
are giving everything.”
Bury boss Ryan Lowe said: “I think it’s probably
one of the best we’ve played away from home.”
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MY CLYNE HAS
COME
■
ANDONE AND
DUSTED:
Florin Andone
scores third for
Brighton
Nat’s got point to
prove to Klopp
by ALEX CROOK
BOURNEMOUTH ..1
BRIGHTON ..........3
NATHANIEL CLYNE has revealed
his torment at being frozen out by
Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.
Clyne, 27, joined Bournemouth on loan on
Friday after playing just seven Premier League
games in the past 18 months due to injury and
then failing to win his place back.
The England defender made his Cherries
debut in their FA Cup defeat to Brighton.
But while Cardiff boss Neil Warnock was
moaning about missing out on signing Clyne,
the right-back admitted he was happy to have
found a temporary home on the South Coast.
“I am looking forward to the rest of the
season,” he said.
“I have gone a whole season and a half
without really playing consistent football,
which is unusual to me because I am used to
playing a lot of football.
Frustrating
■
“This opportunity has arisen and hopefully
I can play as many games as I can and stay
injury-free.
“It is very frustrating. Knowing you are fit and
you can go out there and play but constantly not
getting selected 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. I am just looking to play and
go step by step.”
Brighton eased into round four
courtesy of goals from Anthony
Knockaert, Yves Bissouma’s long-range
rocket and Florin Andone.
Forgotten man Marc Pugh
curled in Bournemouth’s
consolation goal.
Romanian Andone now has
his sights set on putting
another dent in Liverpool’s
title hopes when Klopp’s
men visit the Amex
Stadium in the league on
Saturday.
Andone said: “We are
unbeaten in the last
four games. This is
confidence for us.
“We know Liverpool is one of
the best teams in the world at
this moment but it is our
stadium, our people and our
fans and maybe we can get
something.”
PLAYING TIME:
Clyne on debut
■
HIDE AND SHRIEK:
Andone celebrates
his goal and (above)
Yves Bissouma hides
the ball from Gaetan
Bong after his screamer
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THAT’S ANDY:
Carroll soars to
head Hammers’ second
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EURO
SPOT
Pardo in
to Soc it
to Real
■ by SIMON CASS
REAL MADRID suffered a shock
2-0 defeat at home to struggling
Real Sociedad last night.
Willian Jose (below) put
Sociedad ahead in the third
minute. Madrid then missed a
series of clear chances, had two
penalty appeals waved away
and saw Lucas Vazquez sent off
before midfielder Ruben Pardo
sealed their fate with a header
in six minutes from time. In
NAS HAS
THE
KEY
“YOU’RE not West Ham
any more,” sang the
raucous Birmingham
away support. They
were right too.
The old West Ham would have
found a way to stuff this up, just
like they did in the fourth round
at Wigan last season.
The old West Ham relied heavily
on the fitness of Andy Carroll.
These days the London Stadium
bulldozer is part of a good squad
of players fighting to impress
Manuel Pellegrini.
They used to have to choose
between a cup run and Premier
League survival, producing
results like a 5-0 defeat by
Nottingham Forest in 2014.
Ban
■
SAM DEBUT:
Nasri stars
on his first start
This lot have players coming
back – and one or two coming in –
that could and should see them
move up the table and into the
latter stages of the cup.
They include Samir Nasri, who
impressed on his Hammers debut,
his first game since November
2017 due to a doping ban.
His first 58 minutes back
suggested he could prove to be a
shrewd recruitment.
“I felt good, honestly,” said
the Frenchman. “I thought I
would struggle a little more
with the rhythm as my last
game was 13 months ago.
“I’m just relieved that
everything is now behind me
and happy about those first 58
Samir can help
Hammers bid
for cup success
by DARREN LEWIS
WEST HAM....... 2
BIRMINGHAM .. 0
linked play and combined with
Arnautovic suggested he is ready
to justify that faith.
A home derby against former
club Arsenal on Saturday is
exactly the kind of game to keep
Nasri’s motivation high.
“We are blessed and lucky to be
able to play every game with
50,000-plus people there,” he said.
“The support of the fans is really
important to us if we want to
achieve things this year and I
think we have potential to do it.
“I’m looking forward to the next
game, a derby against Arsenal, so
I’m sure the atmosphere will be
even more crazy.”
minutes. It was good and I’m just
looking forward to the next game.
“The manager has said, ‘Once
you know how to play football, you
never forget it’. The only thing we
were a little concerned with was
the match fitness and rhythm.”
Carroll scored his first goal since
April after coming on as a
19th-minute substitute for Marko
Arnautovic, who had
netted the early opener.
The Austrian, West
Ham’s joint top scorer
with nine goals, was
angry at being taken off
and showed it.
But Pellegrini insisted
the decision had been
taken as a precaution
after Arnautovic
complained of “pain in
his back”.
Nasri has six months
to earn a longer
contract at West Ham.
Pellegrini, who won
the title with him at
Manchester City, has
always insisted that,
when fit, the two-time
KICKING OFF:
Premier League
Arnautovic is
winner would be at the
subbed by Pellegrini
heart of his plans.
The way that Nasri
■
their first game under new
coach Imanol Alguacil following
Asier Garitano’s sacking, it was
Sociedad’s first win at the
Bernabeu since 2004.
The defeat leaves European
champions Real sitting outside
the top four in La Liga.
Earlier in the day, a stunning
free-kick from Antoine
Griezmann earned Atletico
Madrid a 1-1 draw at Sevilla.
The home side took a
deserved lead in the 37th
minute with a close-range
strike from Wissam Ben Yedder
before Griezmann’s equaliser
on the stroke of half-time.
Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez
were on target for league
leaders Barcelona last night,
Jaime Mata pulling one back
for the home side Getafe.
SPAIN
Alaves ........................(2)
Borja Baston 21
Pina 45
Huesca .......................(0)
Ferreiro 73
Rivera 79
Valladolid...................(0)
Att 17,261
Eibar...........................(0)
2 Valencia ................... (1) 1
Parejo 14
Att 18,304
2 Real Betis ................ (0) 1
Sanabria 55 (pen)
Att 6,135
0 Rayo Vallecano ....... (1) 1
Medran 1
0 Villarreal .................. (0) 0
Att 4,141
Getafe ........................(1) 1 Barcelona ................ (2) 2
Mata 43
Messi 20
Suarez 39
Real Madrid ...............(0) 0 Real Sociedad ......... (1) 2
Att 53,412
Willian Jose 3 (pen)
Pardo 83
Sevilla ........................(1) 1 Atletico Madrid ....... (1) 1
Ben Yedder 37
Griezmann 45
Att 38,605
Leading scorers: 16: Lionel Messi (Barcelona). 12: Luis
Suarez (Barcelona). 11: Cristhian Stuani (Girona). 10:
Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo). 9: Wissam Ben Yedder (Sevilla),
Borja Iglesias (Espanyol). 8: Miguel Andre Silva (Sevilla),
Maximiliano Gomez (Celta Vigo), Antoine Griezmann
(Atletico Madrid), Marti Roger (Levante). 7: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona).
P
Barcelona .............. 18
A Madrid ................ 18
Sevilla .................... 18
Alaves .................... 18
Real Madrid ........... 18
Real Betis .............. 18
Getafe .................... 18
Espanyol................ 18
Girona .................... 18
Levante .................. 18
Valencia ................. 18
Eibar....................... 18
R Sociedad ............ 18
Real Valladolid ...... 18
Celta Vigo .............. 17
Leganes ................. 18
Villarreal ................ 18
A Bilbao ................. 17
Rayo Vallecano ..... 18
Huesca ................... 18
W
12
9
9
9
9
7
6
7
5
6
4
5
6
5
5
4
3
2
4
2
D L F
4 2 50
8 1 26
6 3 31
4 5 21
3 6 26
5 6 21
7 5 19
3 8 19
8 5 20
5 7 30
10 4 16
7 6 21
4 8 20
6 7 16
6 6 28
7 7 16
8 7 19
10 5 16
4 10 18
5 11 17
A
20
13
18
18
23
21
15
24
22
34
16
25
20
20
26
21
23
24
32
35
Pt
40
35
33
31
30
26
25
24
23
23
22
22
22
21
21
19
17
16
16
11
14
Monday, January 7, 2019
STAT ATTACK
SERIOUSLY
football
EVERY KICK, EVERY GOAL, EVERY GAME
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 Town ............... 26
Accrington Stanley ........... 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
PREMIER
LEAGUE
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
1
3
5
3
4
5
8
8
8
9
8
10
9
11
11
13
13
11
13
15
F
49
56
46
38
46
43
25
30
23
29
31
31
24
19
15
21
19
21
19
13
A Pts
10 54
17 50
21 48
16 44
31 41
32 38
23 31
31 29
25 29
32 28
31 27
40 27
29 26
26 22
29 18
42 18
41 18
38 16
47 14
37 10
W
17
15
14
14
13
13
12
11
10
11
9
9
9
8
8
7
8
8
8
7
8
6
6
6
D
6
7
9
5
7
6
8
5
5
2
8
7
7
8
8
9
6
6
4
6
3
8
6
4
L
3
4
2
8
5
7
6
11
11
13
8
10
9
10
10
10
13
13
14
13
15
12
14
16
F
46
49
46
43
40
47
45
29
34
32
26
35
27
34
28
29
34
33
36
25
31
31
31
20
A Pts
24 57
24 52
24 51
31 47
22 46
32 45
33 44
31 38
33 35
31 35
25 35
30 34
35 34
38 32
41 32
32 30
52 30
56 30
43 28
29 27
40 27
41 26
47 24
37 22
Cambridge Utd................... (2) 2 Stevenage ........................ (0) 0
Amoo 35, Brown 45
ATT: 4,235
CAMBRIDGE UTD: Forde, Halliday, Taft, Taylor, Carroll, Deegan, Lewis, Amoo (Azeez 79),
Brown (Osadebe 90), Maris (Dunk 79), Ibehre. Subs not used: Mitov, Darling, Davies, John.
Booked: Lewis 28, Deegan 42.
STEVENAGE: Farman, Wildin, Nugent, Cuthbert (Smyth 81), Seddon, Byrom, Timlin, Iontton
(Sonupe 46), Kennedy (Campbell-Ryce 46), Revell, Newton. Subs not used: Hunt, Ball, Henry,
Wilkinson. Booked: Cuthbert 66, Timlin 82, Nugent 90.
REF: Trevor Kettle.
Carlisle ............................. (2) 3 Mansfield ......................... (0) 2
Sowerby 4
Preston 77, Walker 86
Hope 26, 79
ATT: 4,563
CARLISLE: Collin, Liddle, Gerrard, Parkes, Gillesphey, Grainger, Sowerby, Etuhu, Devitt,
Nadesan, Hope (McCarron 86). Subs not used: Miller, Kennedy, Jones, Bennett, Slater, Gray.
Booked: Etuhu 39, Grainger 45.
MANSFIELD: Logan, Preston, Pearce, Sweeney (Atkinson 46), White, Mellis, Bishop, Elsnik
(Rose 34), Benning, Hamilton, Walker. Subs not used: Khan, Butcher, Kean, Graham, Law.
Booked: Preston 40, Bishop 45. Sent-off: Bishop 45.
REF: Rob Lewis.
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
5
5
7
6
5
7
5
5
9
6
8
10
10
7
8
10
11
10
12
14
11
14
14
15
F
44
48
45
54
28
38
39
38
33
49
32
35
36
30
33
32
38
36
33
25
25
17
28
21
Colchester ........................ (2) 3 Notts County .................... (3) 3
Szmodics 8
Mandron 45
Pell 67 (pen)
Stead 16
Jones 19
Dennis 32
ATT: 3,181
COLCHESTER: Gilmartin, Jackson, Eastman, Prosser, Vincent-Young, Pell, Lapslie, Senior
(Gondoh 80), Szmodics (Dickenson 85), Nouble, Mandron (Norris 82). Subs not used: Barnes,
Comley, Wright, Kensadale. Booked: Pell 90.
NOTTS COUNTY: Fitzsimons, Barclay, Duffy, Bird, Evina, Milsom, Kellett (Thomas 59),
Vaughan (Alessandra 67), Jones, Stead, Dennis (Turley 59). Subs not used: Pindroch, Brisley,
Crawford, Etete.
REF: Charles Breakspear.
A Pts
28 51
34 49
28 47
34 46
18 43
32 43
29 39
28 39
34 39
40 38
28 38
31 36
33 36
31 35
41 34
42 32
43 29
36 28
41 28
40 26
41 25
38 22
41 20
46 15
Crawley Town .................... (1) 1 Cheltenham...................... (0) 0
Palmer 39 (pen)
ATT: 2,623
CRAWLEY TOWN: Morris, Francomb, Connolly, Doherty, Maguire, Sesay (Young 66), Camara,
Payne (Bulman 86), Gambin, Poleon (Grego-Cox 80), Palmer. Subs not used: Mersin,
Nathaniel-George, N’Gala.
CHELTENHAM: Flinders, Tozer, Forster, Pring, Thomas, Maddox (Broom 63), Clements,
Atangana (Dawson 72), Hussey, Barnett, Addai (Varney 64). Subs not used: Bower, Lloyd,
Lovett, Alcock.
REF: Christopher Sarginson.
Macclesfield ...................... (1) 1 Swindon .......................... (1) 2
Marsh 14
Richards 37, McCourt 90
ATT: 1,964
MACCLESFIELD: O’Hara, Hodgkiss, Kelleher, Cameron, Fitzpatrick, Marsh, Rose, Maycock,
Lloyd (Welch-Hayes 73), Wilson, Arthur (Vincenti 86). Subs not used: Lowe, Grimes, Idem.
Booked: Kelleher 44.
SWINDON: Vigouroux, Knoyle (Dunne 52), Conroy, Woolfenden, Iandolo, Carroll, McCourt,
Twine (House 72), Anderson, Woolery, Richards (McGlashan 85). Subs not used: Doughty,
Smith, McCormick, Taylor. Booked: Carroll 25, Woolfenden 31, McCourt 70, Anderson 84,
Woolery 85.
REF: Scott Oldham.
Morecambe ....................... (0) 2 Crewe.............................. (1) 2
Tutte 63
Ellison 84
Jones 27
Porter 90 (pen)
ATT: 1,662
MORECAMBE: Halstead, Mills, Lavelle, Old, Conlan, Tutte (McKay 78), Kenyon, Cranston,
Mandeville (Mendes Gomes 77), Leitch-Smith (Oates 26), Ellison. Subs not used: Campbell,
Szczepaniak, Yarney, Hedley. Booked: Oates 55, Mandeville 75, Cranston 90.
CREWE: Garratt, Ng, Ray, Hunt, Pickering, Jones, Green, Wintle (Miller 89), Kirk (Ainley 66),
Porter, Bowery (Dale 89). Subs not used: Richards, Nicholls, Lowery, Whelan.
REF: Carl Boyeson.
Charlton............................ (0) 1 Sunderland ...................... (1) 1
Charlton
James 50 (og)
O’Nien 2
ATT: 16,317
CHARLTON: Phillips, Dijksteel, Bauer, Sarr, Solly, Bielik, Morgan (Williams 68), Pratley, Fosu,
Taylor, Ahearne-Grant. Subs not used: Marshall, Clarke, Ajose, Maynard-Brewer, HackettFairchild, Stevenson.
SUNDERLAND: McLaughlin, O’Nien, Flanagan, Baldwin, James, McGeouch, Power, Gooch
(Watmore 67), McGeady, Wyke, Maja (Maguire 84). Subs not used: Ozturk, Sinclair, Ruiter,
Mumba. Booked: Baldwin 38, Power 52. REF: Stephen Martin.
Rochdale .......................... (0) 0 Burton Albion ................... (2) 4
Harness 19, 30, 86
Boyce 78
ATT: 2,666
ROCHDALE: Lillis, Rafferty, M Williams, Delaney, Done, Rathbone, Camps (Morley 74),
Henderson, J Williams, Gillam (Holden 72), Inman. Subs not used: Ntlhe, McNulty, Norman,
Adshead, Yonsian. Booked: M Williams 29, Camps 35, Rathbone 62.
BURTON ALBION: Collins, Fox, Buxton, Turner, Hutchinson (Miller 79), Fraser, Quinn (Wallace
13), Allen, Harness, Akins, Templeton (Boyce 59). Subs not used: Bywater, Sbarra, McCrory,
Cole. Booked: Hutchinson 50. REF: Scott Duncan.
Scunthorpe ....................... (0) 2 Coventry .......................... (0) 1
Perch 67, Sutton 74
Chaplin 78
ATT: 4,692
SCUNTHORPE: Alnwick, McMahon, McArdle, Burgess, Borthwick-Jackson, Sutton, Perch, Ojo,
Thomas, Novak (Lewis 79), Wootton. Subs not used: Webster, van Veen, Dales, McGahey, Flatt,
Hammill. Booked: Sutton 81.
COVENTRY: Burge, Sterling, Willis, Hyam, Mason (McCallum 77), Bayliss, Doyle (Allassani
77), Thomas, Chaplin, Shipley, Hiwula (Clarke-Harris 46). Subs not used: Grimmer, Davies,
Westbrooke, Addai. Booked: Bayliss 82. REF: Eddie Ilderton.
P
Lincoln City ....................... 25
Milton Keynes 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 Utd .................. 27
Yeovil ................................. 25
Macclesfield ...................... 27
Notts County ..................... 27
W D
15 6
13 8
13
7
11 12
14 3
11 10
12
7
12 7
10 9
10 8
11 5
9 9
10 6
10 4
10 3
9 5
6 12
7 8
7 8
7 6
7 5
5
9
5 6
4 9
L
4
4
7
2
10
4
7
8
7
8
11
9
9
12
13
13
8
11
11
14
15
11
16
14
F
45
41
49
37
45
39
38
39
38
40
31
29
35
29
33
27
32
31
26
28
24
27
23
29
A Pts
24 51
19 47
29 46
19 45
32 45
25 43
28 43
30 43
32 39
33 38
34 38
35 36
42 36
32 34
38 33
34 32
35 30
38 29
33 29
44 27
47 26
32 24
44 21
56 21
Yeovil ............................... (0) 0 Bury ................................ (1) 1
Maynard 24
ATT: 2,426
YEOVIL: Baxter, Warren, Mugabi, Donnellan, James, Green, D’Almeida, Santos (Gray 51),
Dickinson, Fisher, Zoko (Arquin 71). Subs not used: Nelson, Gafaiti, Olomola, Phillips, Ojo,
Arnold. Booked: Warren 12, D’Almeida 78.
BURY: Murphy, Stokes, Aimson, Thompson, Adams, Mayor, O’Shea, Danns (O’Connell 79),
McFadzean, Maynard (Moore 73), Lavery (Telford 87). Subs not used: Dagnall, Cooney,
Maloney, Hulme. Booked: Lavery 49, McFadzean 71, Murphy 90.
REF: Nicholas Kinseley.
Leading Scorers
16: Norwood (Tranmere), 12: Walker (Mansfield), 11: Agard
(Milton Keynes Dons), Aneke (Milton Keynes Dons), 10:
Palmer (Crawley Town), Maynard (Bury), Amond (Newport County), 9: Akinde (Lincoln City), O’Shea (Bury),
Angus (Port Vale, 9 for Nuneaton Borough), 8: Szmodics
(Colchester), Matt (Newport County), Surridge (Oldham),
Nadesan (Carlisle), Pope (Port Vale), 7: Stead (Notts
County), Thomas (Grimsby), Hemmings (Notts County),
Williams (Northampton), Hope (Carlisle), Norris (Colchester), Devitt (Carlisle), 6: Leitch-Smith (Morecambe), Williams (Forest Green), O’Grady (Oldham), Mondal (Forest
Green, 6 for Whitby), Varney (Cheltenham), Fisher (Yeovil),
Reid (Forest Green), Doughty (Swindon), 5: Porter
(Crewe), Brown (Cambridge Utd), Forte (Exeter).
NON-LEAGUE
Vanarama National League
P
Leyton Orient ....29
Salford City .......29
Wrexham ...........28
Solihull Moors ...28
AFC Fylde ..........29
Sutton Utd .........28
Harrogate Town 29
Gateshead .........28
Ebbsfleet United29
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
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
4
6
5
7
5
5
8
10
9
10
12
9
12
11
10
14
9
14
14
16
15
10
17
18
F
49
56
36
43
45
38
54
36
43
33
32
32
40
31
26
34
26
30
41
28
24
27
25
25
A Pts
20 57
31 55
18 53
25 51
23 50
31 49
39 47
27 46
31 44
38 43
34 39
33 38
43 36
38 36
28 35
38 35
31 33
46 31
52 29
50 28
45 27
37 26
43 25
53 19
Holland 25
Sutherland 29 (pen)
Hooper 81
Rowe 9
Gnahoua 58
Att: 1,102
Denton 64
Fortune 83
Evans 90
Cheek 21 (pen)
McDonald 40, Graham 45
Att: 4,123
Wilkinson 40
Gordon 41, 74
Balanta 45
Kanu 14, Shakes 31
Shaibu 35, Ash 87
Att: 1,043
Chesterfield (0) ....3 Ebbsfleet (3).........3
Dag & Red (3) .......4 Boreham Wood (3)4
FC Halifax (0)........0 Braintree Town (0)0
Att: 1,302
Gateshead (0) .......0 Maidenhead (1) ....1
Clerima 29
Att: 581
Hartlepool (1) .......1 Maidstone Utd (2) 2
Powell 4, 40
Att: 2,929
Havant and W (0) .2 Barrow (0) ............0
Lewis 55, Williams 90
WILD ABOUT IT:
Oldham interim
boss Pete Wild enjoys
the win at Fulham
Fleet keeper
is attacked
and abused
■ by GRAHAM NICKLESS
CHESTERFIELD face a possible ground
closure after Ebbsfleet goalkeeper Nathan
Ashmore was racially abused and kicked
by a fan.
The ugly incident happened after home
defender Will Evans made it 3-3 in the 95th
minute, prompting supporters to rush onto
the pitch and attack Ashmore in his goal.
Evans amazingly had time to replace
keeper Callum Burton, sent off for shoving
Michael Cheek, and save Cheek’s penalty
in the ninth minute of stoppage time.
Chesterfield chief executive Graham
Bean confirmed that the police were
investigating the crowd incident and a club
statement inferred serious repercussions.
It read: “The implications for the club are
very serious and an appeal is made to
supporters to not engage in matters of
pitch encroachment at any time.
Abuse
Bromley (2) ...........3 AFC Fylde (1) .......2
Cassidy 5
■
Att:
Leyton Orient (0) ..0 Salford City (2).....3
Att: 6,937
Piergianni 6, 80
Gaffney 8
Wright 25
Blissett 35, Hylton 55, 70
McCallum 52
Att: 829
Ayunga 19
Beautyman 82
Thomson 60
Att: 1,841
Att: 4,817
Jeffrey 87
Solihull Moors (2) 4 Eastleigh (0) .........1
Sutton Utd (1) .......2 Harrogate Town (0)1
Wrexham (0) .........0 Dover (0)...............1
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.
Vanarama National League 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 North Premier Divison:
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 5 Hednesford 3, Stafford Rangers 1 Workington 1,
Witton Albion 0 South Shields 1.
Evo-Sik 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.
Evo-Stik Southern Prem 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 Premier Division: AFC Hornchurch 1 Dorking 1, Bishop’s Stortford 0 Kingstonian 3, Bognor Regis 2
Carshalton Ath 0, Burgess Hill Town 0
Folkestone Invicta 0, Corinthian Casuals
0 Harlow 0, Enfield 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.
“There have been a number of serious
allegations relating to racial abuse and
physical contact involving opposition
players.”
Salford are back in the title race after
winning 3-0 at leaders Leyton Orient, with
two goals from Carl Piergianni.
After beating promotion rivals Wrexham
and now the O’s with clean sheets City
boss Graham Alexander said: “Hopefully
these last two games have shown the
character we’ve got.”
Salford leapfrogged Wrexham, who
crashed 1-0 at home to Dover, with sub
Anthony Jeffrey netting with his team’s
first shot on target in the 88th minute.
Dagenham fought back from 3-0 down to
earn a 4-4 draw with Boreham Wood and
manager Peter Taylor said: “It was a
fantastic recovery but for the first half hour
we were absolutely hopeless and I was
embarrassed.”
Monday, January 7, 2019
FA CUP: 3RD ROUND
AFC Bournemouth.(0) 1
Pugh 55
Brighton ................. (2) 3
Knockaert 31
Bissouma 34
Andone 64
ATT: 10,522
AFC BOURNEMOUTH: Boruc, Clyne, Simpson, Cook, Rico (Daniels 78),
Pugh, Taylor (Brooks 46), Surman, Ibe (Stanislas 70), Fraser, Mousset.
Subs not used: Ake, Travers, Dobre, Butcher. Booked: Surman 84, Cook 90.
BRIGHTON: Steele, Saltor (Montoya 86), Balogun, Duffy, Bong, Kayal,
Stephens, Bissouma, Knockaert (Gyokeres 90), Andone, Locadia (March
73). Subs not used: Burn, Murray, Propper, Button. Booked: Stephens 22.
REF: Michael Oliver.
Accrington Stanley (0) 1
Kee 76
Ladbrokes Scottish
Premiership
P W D L F A Pts
Celtic ..................20 13 3 4 46 14 42
Rangers .............21 12 6 3 43 16 42
Ipswich .................. (0) 0
Kilmarnock ........21 12 5 4 32 20 41
Aberdeen ...........21 12 3 6 34 24 39
Hearts ................21 11 3 7 26 26 36
St Johnstone .....20 10 4 6 25 24 34
Livingston .........21 8 6 7 26 19 30
Hibernian ...........21 7 8 6 30 22 29
Motherwell .........21 6 3 12 20 33 21
Hamilton ............21 4 2 15 14 43 14
Swansea ................ (1) 3
St Mirren ............21 3 3 15 15 39 12
Dundee ..............21 2 4 15 15 46 10
Ladbrokes Scottish
Championship
Ayr (0) ...................0 Falkirk (0) .............1
Rudden 56
Att: 2,729
Dundee Utd (0) .....1 Partick (1) .............1
Arsenal .................. (2) 3
Fyvie 62 (pen)
Willock 11, 37
Iwobi 82
ATT: 8,955
BLACKPOOL: Howard (Mafoumbi 69), Nottingham, O’Connor, Daniels,
Bola, Taylor (Pritchard 62), Spearing, Guy, Delfouneso, Gnanduillet (Davies
83), Feeney. Subs not used: Anderton, McLaughlin, O’Sullivan, Bunney.
ARSENAL: Cech, Jenkinson, Lichtsteiner, Papastathopoulos, Kolasinac
(Medley 83), Elneny, Ramsey, Maitland-Niles, Willock, Iwobi (Saka 86),
Nketiah (Lacazette 64). Subs not used: Torreira, Martinez, Guendouzi,
Smith-Rowe. Booked: Kolasinac 56.
REF: Mike Dean.
Bolton .................(0) 5
Donaldson 58
Magennis 61, 80, 87
Guthrie 63 (og)
Maupay 80 (pen)
Keena 18
Flannigan 28 (og)
Bristol City ...........(0) 1
Brownhill 72
Att: 4,723
Walsh 69
Cook 19
Beevers 68 (og)
ATT:
BRISTOL CITY: Maenpaa, Hunt, Wright, Webster, Dasilva, Eliasson (Kalas
66), Brownhill, Morrell, Paterson (Taylor 67), O’Dowda, Diedhiou (Weimann
76). Subs not used: Kelly, O’Leary, Eisa, Pearson.
HUDDERSFIELD: Hamer, Durm, Jorgensen, Stankovic, Lowe, Bacuna
(Pritchard 46), Hogg, Kachunga, Puncheon, Diakhaby (Mbenza 73), Depoitre (Mounie 46). Subs not used: Lossl, Kongolo, Billing, Hadergjonaj .
REF: Peter Bankes.
Burnley................(0) 1
Wood 90 (pen)
Barnsley................. (0) 0
P W D L F A Pts
Ayr......................19 10 6 3 34 17 36
Dundee Utd .......20 9 6 5 30 29 33
Morton ...............20 7 7 6 23 28 28
Queen of South .20 6 9 5 29 23 27
Inverness CT .....19 5 11 3 26 22 26
Dunfermline.......20 6 6 8 22 27 24
Alloa ...................20 4 8 8 21 29 20
Falkirk ................20 4 4 12 17 31 16
Partick................20 4 3 13 18 33 15
Ladbrokes Scottish League One:
Arbroath 1 Brechin 0, Dumbarton 2
Fleetwood Town....(0) 2
Madden 70
Evans 72 (pen)
Gillingham ...........(0) 1
Morata 49, 59
Man Utd ...............(2) 2
Nottm Forest ........... (0) 0
ATT: 40,544
CHELSEA: Caballero, Zappacosta, Christensen, Luiz, Emerson Palmieri,
Ampadu, Fabregas (Kante 85), Barkley, Loftus-Cheek (Hazard 42), Morata
(Azpilicueta 75), Hudson-Odoi. Subs not used: Arrizabalaga, Rudiger,
Jorginho, Moses. Booked: Barkley 41.
NOTTM FOREST: Steele, Darikwa, Yacob, Fox, Janko, Guedioura, Colback,
Cash (Lolley 57), Joao Carvalho, Osborn, Murphy. Subs not used: Smith,
Robinson, Yates, Gil Dias, Appiah, Ahmedhodzic. Booked: Colback 67.
REF: Andrew Madley.
Crystal Palace.......(0) 1
Ayew 86
Grimsby ................. (0) 0
ATT: 19,967
CRYSTAL PALACE: Hennessey, Ward, Kelly, Dann, Souare (Kouyate 36),
Meyer, Riedewald (Ayew 68), Schlupp, Townsend, Sorloth (Wickham 61),
Zaha. Subs not used: Woods, Speroni, KaiKai, Wan Bissaka.
GRIMSBY: McKeown, Rose, Hall-Johnson, Hendrie, Fox, Embleton,
Hessenthaler, Clifton, Woolford (Cook 89), Cardwell, Thomas (Vernam
75). Subs not used: Ring, Welsh, Russell, Pringle, Pollock. Sent-off: Fox 2,
Booked: Hendrie 45, Rose 74.
REF: Martin Atkinson.
Derby ..................(0) 2
Marriott 58
Lawrence 61
Southampton .......... (1) 2
Redmond 4, 48
ATT: 17,095
DERBY: Roos, Bogle, Keogh, Tomori, Lowe, Bryson, Evans, Bird (Nugent
52), Holmes (Jozefzoon 88), Marriott, Lawrence (Waghorn 81). Subs not
used: Carson, Wisdom, Mount, Huddlestone. Booked: Bryson 64, Marriott
87.
SOUTHAMPTON: Gunn, Cedric, Stephens, Vestergaard, Targett, Elyounoussi (Barnes 71), Slattery, Ward-Prowse, Redmond, Austin (Johnson
79), Long. Subs not used: McCarthy, Romeu, Bednarek, Valery, Ramsey.
Booked: Elyounoussi 33.
REF: Oliver Langford.
Everton................(2) 2
Lookman 12
Bernard 14
Lincoln City ............ (1) 1
Bostwick 28
ATT: 37,900
EVERTON: Pickford, Kenny, Mina, Zouma, Baines, Davies (Andre Gomes
46), Gueye, Lookman, Sigurdsson (Richarlison 80), Bernard, Calvert-Lewin
(Tosun 46). Subs not used: Jagielka, McCarthy, Stekelenburg, Coleman.
Booked: Kenny 47.
LINCOLN CITY: Vickers, Eardley, Bostwick, Shackell, Toffolo, Anderson,
O’Connor (McCartan 72), Pett (Chapman 78), Frecklington, Andrade,
Akinde (Rhead 71). Subs not used: Gordon, Wharton, Mensah, Slocombe.
REF: John Brooks.
AFC Wimbledon ...... (1) 3
Barcham 16
Hartigan 55
Appiah 90
ATT: 2,131
FLEETWOOD TOWN: Cairns, Coyle, Eastham, Morgan, R Wallace, Hunter,
Marney (Biggins 57), J Wallace, Burns, Evans, Madden. Subs not used:
Holt, McAleny, Jones, Taylor, Sheron, Husband. Booked: Morgan 89.
AFC WIMBLEDON: Ramsdale, Watson, Thomas (Trotter 37), Kalambayi,
Purrington, Nightingale, Pinnock, Hartigan, Wordsworth, Barcham (Jervis
81), Appiah. Subs not used: Garratt, Sibbick, Wood, McDonnell, Egan.
Booked: Kalambayi 11, Appiah 29, Wordsworth 71.
REF: Ross Joyce.
ATT: 11,053
BURNLEY: Pope, Tarkowski, Long, Gibson, Ward (Gudmundsson 59),
McNeil, Defour (Cork 78), Hendrick, Taylor, Vydra, Vokes (Wood 74). Subs
not used: Mee, Barnes, Westwood, Hart. Booked: Long 87.
BARNSLEY: Davies, Cavare, Pinnock, Lindsay, Williams, McGeehan,
Hedges (Moore 63), Mowatt, Bahre (Dougall 83), Thiam (Moncur 77),
Woodrow. Subs not used: Jackson, Adeboyejo, Brown, Greatorex. Booked:
Cavare 20, Williams 67.
REF: Simon Hooper.
Chelsea ...............(0) 2
Mercer 83
Dobbie 84
Att: 2,225
Ross County .....20 11 6 3 35 16 39
Oxford Utd .............. (0) 0
Huddersfield ........... (0) 0
Trouten 49, 90
Inverness CT (0)...1 Queen of South (0)2
Walsall ................... (1) 2
ATT: 6,106
BRENTFORD: Daniels, Konsa, Jeanvier, Barbet, Odubajo, McEachran, Da
Silva, Henry, Canos (Judge 69), Watkins (Ogbene 90), Benrahma (Maupay
68). Subs not used: Mokotjo, Balcombe, Sorensen, Racic.
OXFORD UTD: Eastwood, Hanson, Nelson, Dickie, Ruffels, Graham
(Norman 88), Mousinho, Henry, Whyte, Mackie (S Baptiste 64 (Garbutt 74)),
Browne. Subs not used: Raglan, Long, Stevens, James. Booked: Mousinho
45, Nelson 61, Browne 90, Henry 90.
REF: Jeremy Simpson.
Doolan 9
Att: 5,282
Dunfermline (2) ....2 Alloa (0) ................2
ATT: 5,506
BOLTON: Alnwick, Olkowski, Wheater, Beevers, Grounds, Murphy (Connell
89), Lowe, Vela (Buckley 46), Wildschut (Donaldson 46), Noone, Magennis.
Subs not used: Little, Oztumer, Williams, Hall. Booked: Magennis 40,
Donaldson 55.
WALSALL: Roberts, Devlin, Martin, Guthrie, Leahy, Ismail (Kouhyar 75),
Dobson, Kinsella, Jarvis (Morris 70), Ferrier, Cook. Subs not used: Edwards,
Dunn, Johnson, Gordon, Osbourne. Booked: Ferrier 84.
REF: Darren England.
Brentford .............(0) 1
CORNER
■
Baker-Richardson 2
Dyer 47
Fulton 78
ATT: 30,572
ASTON VILLA: Kalinic, Bree, Elphick, Hutton, Taylor, O’Hare (Kodjia 55),
Whelan (Lansbury 60), McGinn, Adomah, Hogan (Davis 72), El Ghazi.
Subs not used: Steer, Bjarnason, Elmohamady, Revan. Booked: Lansbury
71, Taylor 87.
SWANSEA: Mulder, Naughton, van der Hoorn (Harries 87), Rodon, Roberts, Fer, Grimes, Dyer (James 72), Celina, Routledge, Baker-Richardson
(Fulton 71). Subs not used: Nordfeldt, Narsingh, McKay, Byers. Booked:
Fer 90.
REF: Gavin Ward.
Blackpool.............(0) 0
SCOTS
FUL OF IT:
Oldham’s Sam
Surridge fires in their
first goal from the spot
against Fulham
ATT: 2,869
ACCRINGTON STANLEY: Ripley, Johnson, Sykes, Hughes, RichardsEverton, Clark, Barlaser, Finley, McConville, Kee, Mangan (Brown 65). Subs
not used: Maxted, Mingoia, Conneely, Watson, Perritt, Williams.
IPSWICH: Bialkowski, Elder, Pennington, Spence, Nsiala, Edwards, Dozzell,
Downes (Bishop 47), Nolan (Harrison 80), Sears, Jackson (Keane 66). Subs
not used: Gerken, Chambers, Kenlock, Lankester. Booked: Downes 25.
REF: Dean Whitestone.
Aston Villa ...........(0) 0
15
List 81
Cardiff.................... (0) 0
ATT: 7,090
GILLINGHAM: Holy, Lacey, Zakuani, Ogilvie, O’Neill, Byrne, Reilly, Garmston, Parker, List, Eaves. Subs not used: Hanlan, Charles-Cook, Nasseri,
Simpson, M’Bo, Rees, Hadler. Booked: Zakuani 49, Parker 90.
CARDIFF: Smithies, Peltier, Morrison, Ecuele Manga, Bennett, MendezLaing, Damour (Hoilett 90), Ralls, Harris (J Murphy 54), Paterson, Reid
(Ward 74). Subs not used: Cunningham, B Murphy, Coxe, Humphries.
REF: Tim Robinson.
Reading ................. (0) 0
Mata 22 (pen)
Lukaku 45
ATT: 73,918
MAN UTD: Romero, Dalot, Darmian, Jones, Young, McTominay, Andreas
Pereira, Fred (Fellaini 62), Mata (Chong 62), Lukaku, Sanchez (Rashford
64). Subs not used: Lindelof, Martial, Grant, Garner. Booked: Chong 77.
READING: Jaakkola, Yiadom, Tiago Ilori (Aluko 46), Moore, Richards,
Rinomhota, Kelly, Harriott (Meite 76), Swift, McCleary (Barrow 61), Loader.
Subs not used: Gunter, O’Shea, Walker, East. Booked: Yiadom 33.
REF: Stuart Atwell.
Middlesbrough......(0) 5
Assombalonga 47, 70
Friend 50
Wing 63
Fletcher 87
Peterborough .......... (0) 0
ATT: 11,647
MIDDLESBROUGH: Konstantopoulos, McNair, Fry, Ayala, Friend, Fletcher,
Leadbitter, Tavernier (Chapman 75), van La Parra (Wing 46), Gestede
(Walker 74), Assombalonga. Subs not used: Clayton, Wood-Gordon,
Lonergan, Spence. Booked: Leadbitter 45.
PETERBOROUGH: O’Malley, Naismith, Tafazolli, White, Lafferty, O’Hara
(Godden 58), Woodyard, Reed (Cooke 75), Ward, Toney, Dembele (Cummings 80). Subs not used: Chapman, Bennett, Cooper, Denton. Booked:
White 33.
REF: James Linington.
Sheff Wed ............(0) 0
Luton ..................... (0) 0
ATT: 16,974
SHEFF WED: Dawson, Palmer, Lees, Hector, Fox, Hutchinson (Pelupessy
26), Boyd, Reach, Bannan, Marco Matias (Winnall 58), Fletcher (Nuhiu 76).
Subs not used: Thorniley, Baker, Wildsmith, Shaw. Booked: Reach 66.
LUTON: Shea, Stacey, Pearson, Bradley, Justin, McCormack, Shinnie,
Berry (LuaLua 82), Lee (Jarvis 89), Collins (Ruddock 66), Hylton. Subs not
used: Grant, Jones, Isted, Sheehan.
REF: Rob Jones.
Shrewsbury ..........(1) 1
Norburn 45 (pen)
Stoke ..................... (0) 1
Crouch 78
ATT: 7,512
SHREWSBURY: Arnold, Bolton, Sadler (Beckles 82), Waterfall, Haynes,
Gilliead, Grant, Docherty, Norburn, John-Lewis (A Holloway 18 (Angol
84)), Laurent. Subs not used: Coleman, Emmanuel, Eisa, Sears. Booked:
Norburn 31.
STOKE: Federici, Edwards, Martins Indi (Campbell 74), Williams, Pieters,
Ince, Clucas, Etebo, McClean (Diouf 74), Afobe (Crouch 74), Berahino.
Subs not used: Martina, Haugaard, Sorensen, Soutar.
REF: David Webb.
West Brom ...........(1) 1
Sako 31
Wigan .................... (0) 0
ATT: 15,465
WEST BROM: Bond, Holgate, Adarabioyo, Bartley, Townsend, Brunt, Field,
Harper (Morrison 87), Hoolahan (Edwards 72), Sako, Leko (Robson-Kanu
78). Subs not used: Mears, Palmer, Howkins, Fitzwater. Booked: Brunt
79, Field 90.
WIGAN: Jones, Byrne, Dunkley, Kipre, Naismith, Evans, Connolly (Roberts
66), Da Silva Lopes (James 57), Windass, McManaman (MacDonald 77),
Grigg. Subs not used: Walton, Vaughan, Garner. Booked: Connolly 29,
Byrne 58.
REF: Keith Stroud.
West Ham ............(1) 2
Arnautovic 2
Carroll 90
Birmingham ............ (0) 0
ATT: 54,840
WEST HAM: Adrian, Antonio, Diop, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Rice, Diangana,
Obiang, Nasri (Snodgrass 58), Xande Silva (Felipe Anderson 79),
Arnautovic (Carroll 20). Subs not used: Fabianski, Cresswell, Lucas Perez,
Coventry. Booked: Diop 51.
BIRMINGHAM: Camp, Harding, Morrison, Dean, Colin, Mahoney
(Solomon-Otabor 73), G Gardner (C Gardner 46), Kieftenbeld, Maghoma,
Jutkiewicz, Adams. Subs not used: Scarr, Dacres-Cogley, Trueman, Lubula,
Lakin. Booked: G Gardner 19.
REF: Roger East.
Yesterday
Fulham ................(0) 1 Oldham .................. (0) 2
Millwall ................(0) 2
Hull ....................... (0) 1
Forfar 3, East Fife 1 Airdrieonians 2,
Toral 52
ATT: 5,307
MILLWALL: Archer, Romeo, Pearce, Cooper, M Wallace (Williams 63), J
Wallace, Tunnicliffe (Morison 63), Leonard, Skalak (Ferguson 64), Elliott,
O’Brien. Subs not used: Meredith, Martin, Brown, White.
HULL: Long, Kane, Mazuch, McKenzie, Lichaj, Batty, Stewart, Milinkovic,
Toral (Sheaf 73), Dicko (Lewis-Potter 81), Martin. Subs not used: Marshall,
Burke, Evandro, Fleming, Ritson. Booked: Mazuch 84, Batty 90.
REF: Andy Woolmer.
Raith 5 Stenhousemuir 1, Stranraer 1
Matt 10
Ghezzal 82
Amond 85 (pen)
ATT: 6,705
NEWPORT COUNTY: Day, Hornby-Forbes (Pipe 67), Franks, Demetriou,
Neufville, Bennett, Dolan (O’Brien 87), Willmott, Amond, Semenyo, Matt
(Bakinson 77). Subs not used: Marsh-Brown, Sheehan, Foulston, Townsend.
LEICESTER: Ward, Simpson (Gray 60), Morgan, Evans, Fuchs, Choudhury,
James (King 72), Ghezzal, Okazaki (Maddison 46), Albrighton, Iheanacho.
Subs not used: Soyuncu, Ricardo Pereira, Jakupovic, Mendy. Booked:
Okazaki 45.
REF: Chris Kavanagh.
Airdrieonians ....20 9 2 9 30 26 29
Hughes 56
Annan Athletic 2 Elgin 0, Cowdenbeath
Ferguson 82, 85
Newport County ....(1) 2
Preston North End .(0) 1
Leicester ................ (0) 1
Doncaster............... (1) 3
Marquis 5
Anderson 72
Wilks 87
ATT: 8,101
PRESTON NORTH END: Crowe, Fisher, Huntington, Storey, Hughes,
Gallagher, Ledson (Barker 60), Barkhuizen, Johnson, Burke (Browne 46),
Nmecha (Maguire 74). Subs not used: Rudd, Earl, Clarke, Woods. Booked:
Ledson 38, Gallagher 71.
DONCASTER: Lawlor, Blair, Anderson, Butler, Andrew, Crawford (Rowe
85), Whiteman, Kane, Wilks (Sadlier 90), Marquis, May (Coppinger 64).
Subs not used: Lewis, Marosi, Horton, Greaves. Booked: Butler 2, Wilks
33, Andrew 77.
REF: Andy Davies.
QPR ....................(1) 2
Leeds..................... (1) 1
Oteh 23 (pen)
Halme 25
Bidwell 75
ATT: 11,637
QPR: Ingram, Kakay, Furlong, Hall, Bidwell, Samuel (Wszolek 86), Cousins,
Scowen, Freeman, Eze (Smith 90), Oteh (Chair 83). Subs not used: Lumley,
Manning, Baptiste, Smyth. Booked: Furlong 72, Kakay 90.
LEEDS: Peacock-Farrell, Shackleton, Ayling (T Pearce 46 (Temenuzhkov
79)), Halme, Davis (Odour 87), Forshaw, Clarke, Baker, Roberts, Alioski,
Harrison. Subs not used: Huffer, Diaz, Stevens, Gotts. Booked: Halme 20,
Alioski 84, Baker 88.
REF: Geoff Eltringham.
Sheff Utd..............(0) 0
Barnet .................... (1) 1
Montrose 2.
P W D L F A Pts
Arbroath ............20 15 4 1 45 17 49
Raith...................20 11 5 4 47 26 38
East Fife.............20 10 2 8 30 28 32
Forfar .................20 9 3 8 28 33 30
Montrose ...........20 8 4 8 26 31 28
Stranraer............19 6 5 8 22 26 23
Dumbarton ........20 5 4 11 30 38 19
Brechin ..............19 4 4 11 23 34 16
Stenhousemuir .20 5 1 14 20 42 16
Ladbrokes Scottish League Two:
2 Berwick 0, Edinburgh City 0 Stirling
1, Peterhead 1 Clyde 2, Queen’s Park
2 Albion 2.
P W D L F A Pts
Edinburgh City ..19 14 2 3 34 11 44
Peterhead ..........18 13 2 3 40 14 41
Clyde ..................19 12 3 4 33 18 39
Annan Athletic ..19 8 4 7 29 22 28
Elgin ...................19 8 1 10 28 38 25
Cowdenbeath ....18 6 4 8 23 21 22
Stirling ...............18 6 3 9 22 27 21
Queen’s Park.....18 5 5 8 15 22 20
Berwick ..............18 4 2 12 19 45 14
Albion ................18 1 4 13 16 41 7
Breedon Highland Lge: Buckie Thistle 0 Brora 4, Deveronvale 2 Clachna-
Odoi 52
Surridge 76 (pen)
ATT: 16,134
Lang 88
FULHAM: Bettinelli, Odoi, Ream, Chambers, Le Marchand, Seri, Cisse,
Cairney (Mitrovic 84), Ayite, Kebano (R Sessegnon 73), Vietto. Subs not
used: Schurrle, Christie, Ramirez, S Sessegnon, Kamara. Booked: Kebano
38, Odoi 62, R Sessegnon 76.
OLDHAM: Iversen, Haymer, Clarke, Edmundson, Branger, Missilou,
Maouche, Lyden, Lang, O’Grady (Surridge 60), Nepomuceno. Subs not used:
Sylla, Taylor, Baxter, de la Paz, Graham, Hunt. Booked: Missilou 82, Lyden 83.
REF: Anthony Taylor.
Coulthirst 21 (pen)
ATT: 9,906
SHEFF UTD: Moore, Cranie, Stearman, Bryan (Basham 74), Freeman,
Coutts, Dowell, Lundstram (Sharp 65), Johnson, Washington (Duffy 58),
Clarke. Subs not used: Henderson, Stevens, Egan, McGoldrick. Booked:
Coutts 12, Stearman 20.
BARNET: Cousins, Alexander, Reynolds, Robson, Johnson, Adams,
Taylor, Sweeney, Elito (Tutonda 80), Coulthirst (Harrison 80), Mason-Clark
(Fonguck 58). Subs not used: Matrevics, Akinola, Walker, Bettamer. Booked:
Adams 68, Reynolds 89.
REF: Tony Harrington.
cuddin 1, Formartine United 14 Fort
Dack 56
ATT: 36,440
NEWCASTLE: Woodman, Sterry, Schar, Lejeune, Manquillo, Murphy (Atsu
75), Hayden (Shelvey 57), Longstaff (Perez 80), Ritchie, Kenedy, Joselu.
Subs not used: Clark, Rondon, Yedlin, Harker. Booked: Ritchie 90.
BLACKBURN: Raya, Bennett, Lenihan, Mulgrew, Bell, Travis, Evans,
Conway, Dack (Williams 85), Armstrong (Reed 70), Graham (Brereton 79).
Subs not used: Nyambe, Rothwell, Leutwiler, Downing.
REF: Kevin Friend.
Green 90
ATT: 23,201
NORWICH: McGovern, Passlack (Hernandez 85), Zimmermann, Hanley,
Godfrey, Trybull, McLean, Cantwell, Srbeny (Pukki 84), Marshall (Klose
78), Rhodes. Subs not used: Krul, Ivo Pinto, Vrancic, Aarons. Sent-off:
Hanley 15.
PORTSMOUTH: MacGillivray, Walkes, Whatmough, Clarke, Donohue,
Naylor, Thompson, Lowe, Evans (Green 66), Curtis (Wheeler 90), Pitman.
Subs not used: Burgess, Dennis, May, Bass, Haunstrup. Booked: Lowe
55, Curtis 71.
REF: Darren Bond.
Sterling 12, Foden 43
Ajayi 45 (og), Gabriel Jesus 53
Mahrez 73, Otamendi 78, Sane 85 ATT: 52,708
MAN CITY: Ederson, Walker, Stones (Danilo 75), Otamendi, Zinchenko, De
Bruyne (Sandler 67), Gundogan, Foden, Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus, Sterling
(Sane 57). Subs not used: Laporte, Bernardo Silva, Fernandinho, Muric.
Booked: Sterling 35.
ROTHERHAM: Rodak, Vyner (Wood 89), Ajayi, Robertson, Mattock, Forde,
Wiles, Vaulks, Williams (Palmer 90), Taylor (Raggett 74), Smith. Subs not
used: Price, Newell, Jones. Booked: Wiles 24.
REF: David Coote.
Hughes 13
Deeney 74
ATT: 5,717
WOKING: Ross, Collier, Gerring, Cook, Casey, Jolley, Taylor (Little 60), Luer
(Bradbury 70), Edser (Hodges 70), Loza, Hyde. Subs not used: Schotterl,
Hester-Cook, Wheeler, Spence. Booked: Gerring 29.
WATFORD: Gomes, Janmaat, Wilmot, Britos, Masina, Cleverley, Chalobah,
Quina, Hughes (Navarro 80), Success (Deeney 71), Penaranda (Sema
72). Subs not used: Mariappa, Deulofeu, Femenia, Dahlberg. Booked:
Success 14.
REF: Graham Scott.
gow 1 Civil Service Strollers 1, Cumber-
Newcastle ............(0) 1
Ritchie 85 (pen)
Norwich ...............(0) 0
Blackburn............... (0) 1
Portsmouth............. (0) 1
Man City ..............(3) 7
Rotherham.............. (0) 0
Woking ................(0) 0
Watford .................. (1) 2
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 Glasnauld Colts 0 East Kilbride 3, East Stirling 3 Kelty Hearts 3, Gala Fairydean
P Selkirk P (Postponed), Gretna 2008
5 Dalbeattie Star 2, Stirling University
1 Edinburgh Univ 1, Vale Of Leithen 5
Edusport Academy 4, Whitehill Welfare
1 Spartans 1.
16
Monday, January 7, 2019
SERIOUSLY
SERIOUSLY
EVERY
KICK,
EVERY
GOAL,
EVERY
GAME
football
football
■
RAMMED HOME:
Jack Marriott
blasts in to spark the
Derby comeback
DELIGHTED: Sako celebrates his
winner with Kyle Bartley (left)
Pat on the
back gives
Harper lift
■ by JANINE SELF
WEST BROM........1
WIGAN............... 0
BOY WONDER Rekeem Harper
admits he had to scurry off to
YouTube when he was compared
to Patrick Vieira by West Brom
academy boss Mark Harrison.
The Baggies teenager said: “I
didn’t know too much about him.
“I liked players like Zidane and
even modern players like Pogba and
Yaya Toure.
“When he told me that, I went and
watched Vieira and there is a bit of a
similarity so hopefully I can get
there one day if I keep working.”
Harper is one of a
bunch of Albion
starlets, several of
whom were given
an FA Cup outing
against struggling
Wigan.
The 18-year-old
(left) started his
career as a striker
but the feeling is
that he can flourish in
midfield. Tying him down to a new
contract is also on the to-do list.
And now he knows about French
World Cup winner Vieira, Harper is
honoured by the compliment.
RAMS THIN
ON GROUND
Lamps calls for reinforcements
FRANK LAMPARD admits
Derby’s squad lacks depth.
Talent
“I was scoring goals when I was
younger but I just wanted to be on
the ball a lot more,” he said. “Mark
Harrison saw that in me potentially.”
Bakary Sako’s first goal for the
Baggies on 31 minutes settled a tie
which was much more one-sided
than the scoreline suggests.
Boss Darren Moore said: “It was a
1-0 win but the way we dominated,
we could have won by more.
“I’m delighted for Bakary to come
in and score the winner but he could
have got another one.
“I was pleased with the way the
experienced players helped the
youngsters through.
“I was pleased with the fans’
patience. They’ve now seen a little
bit of the flavour of talent that we’ve
got within the club.”
Wigan boss Paul Cook said: “We
start games really well, we miss a
chance or two and then we get
punished.
“The players are doing everything
they can do in games. We have clear
water in our focus. We must show
the unity to keep us in the division.”
■
DOUBLE DELIGHT:
Nathan Redmond
celebrates his second
by ARINDAM REJ
He expects to miss out on signing
Ethan Ampadu on loan from
Chelsea, despite his strong
connections at his
DERBY ............. 2
S’HAMPTON .... 2
former club. The Rams boss has
already brought in one Chelsea
youngster on loan this season in
Mason Mount.
The midfielder was left out on
Saturday, even though he was
desperate to play, as Lampard made
six changes with the Championship
promotion race in mind.
He said: “We’ve got a big squad in
certain areas, but in others we
haven’t.
“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 and that’s that.
“Mason is staying. Harry Wilson,
I think, is staying here, but it’s
Liverpool’s call and we accept that.
I was aware of the finances here.
We’re not in the same league as some
teams that have spent a lot.
“It would be frustrating if we fell
away later this season.
“All I heard before the season was
about Stoke, Villa, Nottingham Forest
and Leeds.
“We are above most of them so we
have to take heart from that.”
Derby were 2-0 down after two
strikes from in-form Nathan Redmond,
including a stunner.
Lampard’s men fought back when
Jack Marriott volleyed in, then
Tom Lawrence equalised with a
brilliant 22-yard swerving strike.
County should have won it at
the death but Marriott fired over.
Derby’s man of the match
Duane Holmes said: “We always
go right to the end. Any other
day, Jack scores that.”
Southampton boss Ralph
Hasenhuttl showed his faith in
youth, carrying on the club’s traditions.
Debutant Callum Slattery played 90
minutes, then Marcus Barnes came
off the bench for his first appearance.
Midfielder Slattery, 19, admitted
he had nerves before the game – but
is ready to overcome them quickly
– and was not surprised to see
Redmond shine.
He said: “Nathan does that in
training. He’s a different type of player
to me in a different position, but he
gives you advice, keeps you grounded
and keeps you
on your
toes.”
■
NUMBERS GAME:
Frank Lampard
25
day, January 7, 2019
GYM KIT TO HELP YOU SHAPE UP
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■
POINTING THE
WAY: Laura shares
her tips on how to get
motivated through
fitness this year
■
GOOD ADVICE: Laura
recommends trying
something you enjoy so
you get more out of your
fitness regime
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TELLY NEWS
with PETER DYKE and ED GLEAVE
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
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PARENTS’
LASTING
MEMORY
SPENCER, VOGUE & BABY TOO
★
WE have a warning for Spencer Matthews and Vogue
Williams’ baby son Theodore – stay away from the
internet when you get older!
Little does “Teddy” realise that his parents blabbed all
about their sex lives while he was still in his mum’s
tummy on a new reality TV show.
Model Vogue reveals how she and
Made In Chelsea hunk Spencer
had lots of sex near her due date to
induce the birth, but it didn’t work.
She says: “It didn’t last
long enough. He is quick
and efficient.”
Annoyed Spencer
corrects her, saying:
“Listen. I am good at
sex. Plain and simple.”
● The show starts
tonight on E4 at 9pm.
★
STYLE: Daring Nadine
Ant has
a cross
to Bear
★
SAS: WHO
DARES WINS
NADINE Harkness may
have signed up for Ant
Middleton’s show but in
reality she prefers his
TV rival Bear Grylls.
Viewers saw the
Scottish aviation firefighter shouted at and
reduced to tears by Ant
and instructors Jason
“Foxy” Fox and Matthew
“Ollie” Ollerton last
night. But Nadine is no
fan of this “tactic”.
Having worked with
Bear running outdoor
adventure courses in the
Highlands, she said: “He
is the absolute complete
opposite of Ant.
“Bear is all about team
spirit, positivity and selfconfidence. He wouldn’t
shout at anyone.”
Divas Dales
EMMERDALE
YOUNG STARS WHINGE
MOVE over Mariah
Carey – the ITV soap
has its own diva.
SOUR: Star Luisa
Yet it is not the adult stars
but actually one of the
“child” actors.
Sugar’s
show is
‘old hat’
EX-APPRENTICE star
Luisa Zissman thinks it
is time Lord Sugar’s
show had a revamp.
The former Celebrity
Big Brother housemate
thinks the BBC series is
looking tired after 13
years on the box.
She said: “I think the
format needs a shake-up.
“It’s not true to
modern life – they
can’t use Google when
they do tasks, which is
ridiculous!
“I think before people
respected it as a business
entertainment show,
but now it’s too
character-based and less
business-focused.”
ROB’S
GRAND
STAND
ACTOR Robson Green is worried
that he will soon only be offered
roles as grandads on TV as he is
getting older.
The star – who plays detective
Geordie Keating on the ITV drama
alongside McMafia lead James
Norton – may be 54 but he
exercises regularly to stay in shape.
However, he admits: “I’ve had the
GRANTCHESTER
young parts, I’ve had the romantic
leads and now it’s dads, and it’ll be
grandads soon. But as long as
I keep fit, I can still maintain the dad
roles for another few years!”
● Grantchester is back on Friday
on ITV at 9pm.
Favourites Chris Chittell and
Lesley Dunlop – who play Eric
Pollard and Brenda Walker –
have revealed that, although
they love having so many
talented youngsters in the
cast, one of them is starting
to grate.
Lesley said: “Someone piped
up on set recently: ‘How long is
this scene going to go on for?’
and I turned around and it was
a child who was not more than
knee high. He was like: ‘Oh
come on!’”
Chris also claimed some even
prompt the older stars if they
get the script wrong.
He added: “If you get it wrong,
they chip in and start telling
you what your line is.”
However, when pressed, the
pair admitted that everyone on
the show loves to have a whine
when they are on set.
Lesley said: “We sometimes
laugh that we are a whinge of
actors. The tea’s cold! Sometimes we have a moan.”
● Classic episodes of Emmerdale are set to air on ITV3 later
this month in the afternoons.
FAVOURITES: Emmerdale’s Chris and Lesley
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BBC One
6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Rip Off Britain: Holidays
Problems with airport parking. (W) (S)
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
Showground on Anglesey. (W) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Local News, Weather (W)
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)
3.00 I Escaped To The Country
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)
6.30 Local News, Weather (W)
The one
show:
Alex Jones
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conversation,
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PM
11
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12
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6.00 Wanted Down Under (R)
6.45 Bargain Hunt From the Kent
County Showground in Detling. (R)
7.30 Sign Zone: Family Cooking
Showdown The three remaining
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from judge Tommy Banks’ farm. (R)
8.30 Westminster In Review (W)
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10.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
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1.00 Think Tank Bill Turnbull hosts
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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
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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)
only
connect:
Victoria Coren
Mitchell hosts
the quiz show,
8pm
ITV
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
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)
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
6.30 ITV News, Weather
the chase:
Bradley Walsh
asks the
questions on
the quiz show,
5pm
Channel 4
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 £100k Drop New series.
Quiz, hosted by Davina McCall. (S)
5.00 Couples Come Dine With
Me Contestants from Nottingham
compete for the prize of £1,000. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks It is the first day
of Buster’s trial. (AD) (R,S)
how to lose
weight well:
Xand van
Tulleken
co-hosts the
new series,
8pm
Channel 5
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for children.
9.15 Jeremy Vine Talk show.
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 FILM: 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)
home and
away:
Raffy feels
humiliated after
her seizure,
6pm
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:
The FA Cup Wolverhampton
Wanderers v Liverpool (Kick-off
7.45pm). Coverage of the thirdround 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.
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.
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)
plus Chesney lies to Emma. (W)
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
Hurt by Gemma’s rejection,
place in the quarter-finals as the
Chesney puts everything in to
second-round continues. (W) (S)
his relationship with Emma. (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)
9.00 Chris Tarrant: Extreme
Railway Journeys
New series. The broadcaster
embarks on a journey across
the Alps, beginning his
journey in Vienna, before
navigating one of the worst
avalanche zones in the world. (S)
10.00BBC News, Weather
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
9.00 Brexit: The Uncivil
War Drama by James Graham
providing a behind-the-scenes
exploration of the 2016
referendum on whether the
UK should leave the European
Union, which has had farreaching consequences. Benedict
Cumberbatch stars as Dominic
Cummings, the leading strategist
and campaign director of Vote
Leave, while Rory Kinnear
is Craig Oliver, who oversaw
Remain’s communications
strategy, as the show examines
the anatomy of a modern datadriven election campaign. (S)
10.00Two Doors Down
10.00ITV News, Weather
New series. Return of the
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
comedy, starring Arabella Weir,
Alex Norton, Doon Mackichan. (S)
10.30Newsnight, Weather
10.30Local News, Weather
Headline analysis, presented
by Emily Maitlis. (W) (S)
10.45Bradley Walsh: When
Dummies Took Over The
World The Chase presenter
11.05Ramsay’s 24
tells the story of Britain’s most
Hours To Hell And Back
famous puppet stars, including
11.15Amazon: Earth’s Great
Gordon Ramsay has just 24
Orville, Emu, Sooty, Lord Charles,
Rivers Documentary following
hours to renovate dog-friendly
Dicky Mint, Spit The Dog and
three of the world’s largest rivers,
Fetch Bistro in Wichita, Kansas,
Nookie Bear. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
beginning with the Amazon,
while also introducing a new
uncovering some of the latest
menu and teaching the staff
11.45Bradley Walsh & Son:
discoveries, including the Blue
to cook the dishes. (AD) (S)
Breaking Dad The duo hit the
Lagoon. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
road together. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
10.30Local News, Weather
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)
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
Margolyes. (R) Followed by
her favourite festive dishes, making
Weather For The Week Ahead. (S)
the 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
his team are trying to identify
the white van they have
discovered from an extensive
trawl of CCTV images, but there
are 25,000 possibles that need
to be checked and eliminated.
Martin Clunes stars. (W)
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 £100k Drop
(R,S) 5.30 Kirstie’s Fill Your House
For Free (R) 5.50-6.30 Countdown:
Champion Of Champions (R,S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
10.00Raw Recruits:
Squaddies At 16
New series. Following a group
of teenagers as they go through
basic Army training in Harrogate.
The recruits must face a
tough physical examination
or risk being thrown out. (S)
11.05Secrets Of The SAS:
In Their Own Words
Documentary in which
former SAS members talk
about serving in the elite
military unit, beginning by
explaining how they rationalise
killing as part of their duties. (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
Officers chase a stolen BMW X5. (S)
1.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents Stewart and Iain
head to Manchester, where a landlord
is owed £8,000 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
Michael hires super-efficient maid Mrs
Hopkins to look after the family. (S)
4.35 My Wife And Kids
Michael’s hands are chosen to
appear in an advertising campaign.
5.00 Riverdale New series. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Gary begs Xanthe
to reconsider taking up the offer of
a place at Toowoomba. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Home And Away (AD)
7.05 Last Man Standing
Pilot episode of the American comedy.
7.35 Last Man Standing Mike finds
himself outnumbered by the rest of the
family, who all agree the house should
be baby-proofed. Starring Tim Allen.
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents head to Manchester
to recover more than £400,000. (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, starring Dwayne Johnson. (S)
3.10 World’s Wildest Holidays 4.006.00 Teleshopping. Home goods.
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
MIKE WARD
WHAT’S HOT TO WATCH TODAY
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BREXIT: THE UNCIVIL WAR:
Channel 4, 9pm
ANDY LEA’S
TELLY MOVIES
STAR RATINGS
*****Don’t miss it ****Good ***Average
**Time filler *Garbage!
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FULL METAL JACKET ***** (1987) ITV4,
10.05pm London’s then derelict Royal
Docks doubled up as war-torn south-east
Asia in Stanley Kubrick’s brutal but brilliant
Vietnam war flick. New recruits in the American
Marines are put through a gruelling basic
training by a tough veteran drill sergeant,
whose methods cause one cadet to have a
breakdown. Matthew Modine stars.
SNITCH *** (2013) 5Star, 1am
Wrestler-turned-megastar-actor Dwayne
‘The Rock’ Johnson is on top form as a trucker
who goes undercover as a drug smuggler to
spring his son from jail. A slick, tense thriller
that’s not as action-packed as it first seems.
❑
REGIONAL VARIATIONS
BBC1 Variations Wales: 6.30 Local News, Weather
BBC2 Variations Wales: 7.00-8.00 Help! We’re Having A
Baby. Alex Jones narrates a programme following seven
families through pregnancy and the first weeks and months
after the arrival of their children, revealing what goes on when
they bring home their babies. The first edition focuses on
preparations for birth and the shock of the arrival of a baby.
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: Jamborî 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. Mererid Hopwood examines some of
Wales’s first almanacs published in the 17th and 18th
centuries as part of the celebrations marking the centenary of
the National Library of Wales. 12.30 Casa Dudley 1.30 Babi
Del: Ward Geni. Cameras follow a busy Anglesey couple in
the days before their baby is born, with the pair having to
cope with graduation, moving house and a Tough Mudder
challenge. 2.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn
Da. Magazine programme featuring a selection of tips and
advice about anything from gardening to fashion, plus the
day’s news stories and a chance to see hidden gems from the
archive. 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. Dafydd and Neli meet a
family from Bala who train sheepdogs, Harri and Taylor review
gadgets for dogs and Neli has an obedience lesson. 5.25
Stwnsh: Dennis A Dannedd. Children’s animation, featuring
the popular Beano character Dennis the Menace and his
trusty canine companion Gnasher. 5.35 Stwnsh: Ffrindiau
Am Byth. Highlights of the series following year six pupils as
they take the important and exciting step of moving from
primary to secondary school. 6.00 Newyddion S4C A’r
Tywydd 6.05 Pobol Port Talbot. The community of Port Talbot
during the day, as life goes on despite the uncertain future of
Tata Steel and the 4,000 people who work there. 6.30 Pobol
Port Talbot. The community of Port Talbot in the evening, as
shifts change at work and children come home from school.
While some go surfing, others attend choir practice. Last in
the series. 7.00 Heno. Magazine programme, featuring
stories from all over Wales. 8.00 Pobol Y Cwm. At the
hospital, Garry receives some news about Gwyneth’s
condition, while Ffion decides to hold mindfulness sessions in
the cafe to help the villagers. 8.25 Pobl A’u Gerddi. New
series. Aled Samuels explores more highly personal gardens
around Wales, visiting Henry Jeffreys in Pontarddulais, Vyvyan
Davies and Barbara Newman-Davies in Machynys, and
Gareth and Falmai Roberts in Llannefydd. 9.00 Newyddion 9
A’r Tywydd. The latest national and international headlines,
including sport and weather updates. 9.30 Ffermio. Country
and farming magazine programme, including features on all
aspects of agriculture and rural life. 10.30 Y Wal: Cyprus.
Ffion Dafis visits the boundary splitting Cyprus into Turkish
and Greek communities, meeting people campaigning for
unity and hearing stories of the impact the division has had.
BENEDICT ‘Sherlock’
Cumberbatch stars tonight
in Channel 4’s political drama
BREXIT: THE UNCIVIL WAR
(9pm). It’s a one-off, featurelength, fact-based thing (ie.
some bits are considerably
less accurate than others)
about what went on, or might
have done, behind the scenes
of the 2016 referendum.
Benedict is playing Dominic
Cummings, the Vote Leave
campaign director, while Rory
Kinnear plays Craig Oliver, the
head of communications for
Remain. Cummings is portrayed
as a man frustrated with the old
way of doing things and convinced
that the key to victory will lie in
mastering a modern, digitallybased strategy.
He also comes across as a
manically intense genius whose
mind is constantly spewing
out random yet seemingly
inspired ideas, much as his alter
ego does when he and Dr Watson
are trying to outwit London’s
latest serial-killing psycho.
BEFORE that there’s a postChristmas dieting show. Of
course there is. God forbid that
we should go 24 hours without
one. In this case it’s the return
of HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT
■
WELL (8pm, Channel 4), the
show that’s keen to stress that
there’s a right and a wrong way
to do this and that some weightloss programmes – particularly
the fast-fix kind – need to be
approached with scepticism.
Over the next five weeks doctors
Xand can Tulleken and Helen
Lawal will be keeping an eye on
various guinea pigs undertaking
a variety of different regimes.
Tonight’s volunteers include a pair
who’ve allowed themselves just
one week, don’t ask me why, in
which to slim down for a spa day.
★ Follow Mike on Twitter
@mikewardontv
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FILMS
Sky Cinema Premiere
6.30am Aquaman: Special Sky
Cinema takes a look at the DC superhero
film. 7.00 Pacific Rim Uprising (2018)
(12) Sci-fi sequel, starring John Boyega.
9.00 An Actor Prepares (2018) (15)
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. 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) 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 and Kelly Reilly.
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 Box Office Digital movies can be ordered using the
handset from the on-screen listings guide.
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) With 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 Comedy
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) With Adam Sandler. 8.00
Girls Trip (2017) (15) With Regina Hall.
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
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
n Jack And Jill,
Sky Cinema, 6.20pm
Sky Cinema Family
6.20am A Yeti Adventure (2017) (U)
Animated adventure. 7.50 TMNT (2007)
(PG) Animated adventure. 9.20 Tad
The Lost Explorer And The Secret
Of King Midas (2017) (U) Animated
adventure. 10.50 Stardust (2007) (PG)
Fantasy adventure, starring Charlie Cox.
1.00pm Nutty Professor II: The
Klumps (2000) (12) Comedy sequel,
starring Eddie Murphy. 2.50 A Yeti
Adventure (2017) (U) Animated
adventure. 4.20 Cats & Dogs (2001)
(PG) Comedy, starring Jeff Goldblum.
5.50 Stardust (2007) (PG) Fantasy
6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Rocket City
Rednecks 8.00 American Pickers 9.00
Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American
adventure, starring Charlie Cox. 8.00
Pickers 1.00pm Top Gear 3.00 Timber
TMNT (2007) (PG) Animated adventure. Kings 4.00 Brojects In The House 5.00
9.30 Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Top Gear 7.00 Border Force: America’s
Gatekeepers 8.00 Drug Wars 9.00 Live
(2000) (12) Comedy sequel, starring
At The Apollo 10.00 Taskmaster 11.00
Eddie Murphy. 11.20 Cats & Dogs
QI 12.20am Mock The Week 1.00 QI
(2001) (PG) Comedy, starring Jeff
Goldblum. 1.00am Against The Wild: 2.30 Mock The Week 3.05 Parks And
Recreation 4.00 Teleshopping
The Great Elephant Adventure
(2018) (PG) Drama, starring Sam Ashe
Arnold. 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 Greats
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) American football
drama, starring Tom Cruise. 4.25 The
Land Before Time (1988) (U)
Animated adventure. 5.45 Dead Poets
Society (1989) (PG) Drama, starring
Robin Williams. 8.00 The Bourne
Identity (2002) (12) Thriller, starring
Matt Damon. 10.00 Interview With
The Vampire (1994) (18) Gothic
horror, starring Tom Cruise. 12.05am
American Gangster (2007) (18)
Starring Denzel Washington. 2.50
Raising Arizona (1987) (12) Starring
Nicolas Cage. 4.30 2001: A Space
Odyssey (1968) (U) With Keir Dullea.
Film4
11.00am The Duel At Silver Creek
(1952) (PG) Starring Audie Murphy.
12.35pm The Three Musketeers
(1973) (PG) Starring Michael York. 2.45
The Hound Of The Baskervilles
(1959) (PG) Starring Peter Cushing.
4.35 Rawhide (1951) (PG) Starring
Tyrone Power. 6.15 The Hunger
Games (2012) (12) Starring Jennifer
Lawrence. 9.00 Bridge Of Spies
(2015) (12) Starring Tom Hanks. 11.45
The Last Days On Mars (2013) (15)
Starring Liev Schreiber. 1.45am The
Rum Diary (2011) (15) Starring Johnny
Depp. 8.00 BSL Zone: Close Up
SPORT
v Man United from 1996. 11.45 PL
Greatest Games. Stoke City v Liverpool
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans
from 2014/15. Midnight The Debate 1.00
Bitesize 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans Premier League Years 3.00 PL Greatest
7.30 Transfer Centre 8.00 Good Morning Games 4.00 PL Best Goals 05/06 5.00
Sports Fans 8.30 Live Test Cricket. South Best PL Goals: Man Utd V Everton 5.30
Premier League 100 Club
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
6.00am Cricket’s Greatest Games 7.00
NBA: GameTime 10.00 Live One-Day
Best Of England V Pakistan 7.30 Test
Cricket. New Zealand v Sri Lanka.
Cricket 8.25 Live Test Cricket. South
Africa v Pakistan. 4.00pm Cricket’s
Greatest Games 5.00 Best Of
6.00am PL Greatest Games 7.00 Premier England V India 6.00 Test Cricket
7.00 One-Day International Cricket.
League Legends 8.00 Best PL Goals:
New Zealand v Sri Lanka. 8.00 Test
Tottenham V Chelsea 8.30 Best PL
Cricket. South Africa v Pakistan. 9.00
Goals: Merseyside Derby 9.00 Premier
One-Day Cricket. New Zealand v Sri
League 100 Club 10.00 Premier League
Lanka. 9.55 Live One-Day International
Years Noon PL Best Goals 96/97 1.00
Cricket. New Zealand v Sri Lanka.
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
6.00am NBA Classic Games: Hawks/
Goals: North London Derby 6.30 Best PL
Celtics 2012 7.15 NFL Highlights 9.15
Goals: Tottenham V Chelsea 7.00 Premier NFL: A Football Life 10.15 NFL Highlights
League Highlights. Newcastle United v
2.15 The Story Of NFL Europe 3.15 NFL
Manchester United. 7.30 Premier League
Highlights 5.15 NBA Classic Games:
Highlights. Manchester City v Liverpool.
Hawks/Celtics 2012 6.30 Henry & Bird:
8.00 Premier League Highlights. Everton
The Conversation 7.00 NFL Highlights
v Leicester City. 8.30 Premier League
9.00 Henry & Bird: The Conversation
Highlights. Cardiff City v Totenham Hotspur. 9.30 NBA: Minnesota Timberwolves v Los
9.00 Premier League Legends. David
Angeles Lakers. 11.45 Henry & Bird: The
Seaman. 9.30 Premier League Legends.
Conversation. Thierry Henry interviews
Paolo Di Canio. 10.00 The Debate 11.00
basketball legend Larry Bird. 2.30am
Premier League 100 Club. Steven Gerrard. NBA Classic Games: Hawks/Celtics 2012
11.30 PL Greatest Games. Southampton
3.45 NBA: LA Lakers @ Minnesota
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Cricket
Sky Sports Premier League
Sky Sports USA
BT Sport 1
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 10.30 World Poker
Tour Series 11.30 Gallagher Premiership
Rugby Highlights 2.00am Live WTA:
Sydney International. Day two of the
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in the lead-up to the Australian Open.
CBS ACTION
6.00am Teleshopping 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,
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CSI: Miami 12.55 NCIS 1.50 JAG 2.50
MacGyver 3.45 Walker, Texas Ranger
CBS REALITY
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 9.00 It Takes A Killer
10.00 Cold Blood 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
ITV2
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) 7.00 FYI Daily 7.05
Film: Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s
Stone (2001) (PG) 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. Buying goods from home.
ITV3
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 1.55 ITV3 Nightscreen 2.30
Teleshopping. Buying goods from home.
ITV4
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 8.00 River Monsters 9.00
Jeremy Wade’s Mighty Rivers 10.05
Film: Full Metal Jacket (1987) (15) 11.10
FYI Daily 11.15 Film: Full Metal Jacket
(1987) (15) 12.30am Deals, Wheels
And Steals 1.00 Minder 2.05 Take The
Tower 2.55 ITV4 Nightscreen 3.00
Teleshopping 3.30 ITV4 Nightscreen
4.30 Teleshopping. Home goods.
E4
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
6.00am Australian Open Tennis 7.00
2.00 Melissa & Joey 3.00 How I Met
ATP Tennis 8.00 Australian Open Tennis Your Mother 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine
10.00 ATP Tennis 11.00 Rally Raid
5.00 The Goldbergs 6.00 The Big Bang
11.15 Rally Raid 11.45 Rally Raid Noon Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Young
Sheldon 8.00 The Big Bang Theory
Darts: BDO World Championships 1.00
9.00 Spencer, Vogue And Baby Too
Live Darts: BDO World Championships.
10.00 Don’t Tell The Bride 11.05 The
Coverage of the third day, staged at the
Lakeside Country Club at Frimley Green, Big Bang Theory 12.05am Gogglebox
1.10 First Dates 2.10 Spencer, Vogue
featuring two matches in the preliminary
And Baby Too 3.00 Don’t Tell The Bride
stage and one first-round contest. 4.30
3.55 The Big Bang Theory 4.35 Mike &
Rally Raid 5.00 Darts: BDO World
Molly 5.15 How I Met Your Mother
Eurosport 1
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.
RADIO
Radio 1 (FM: 97.6-99.8 MHz) 6.30 The Radio 1 Breakfast
Show With Greg James. 10.00 Adele Roberts: Sitting in for
Clara. 12.45 Newsbeat. 1.00 Scott Mills: Music, chat and
competitions. 4.00 Nick Grimshaw: The drivetime show. 5.45
Newsbeat. 6.00 Nick Grimshaw: The host picks his favourite
song by Kelis. 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:
New bands and alternative sounds. 1.00 Radio 1’s Drum &
Bass Show With Rene LaVice. 3.00 Radio 1’s Hype Chart With
Phil Taggart. 4.00-6.30 Early Breakfast With Jordan North
Radio 2 (FM: 88-90.2 MHz) 5.00 Vanessa Feltz: Early-morning
music and chat. 6.30 Radio 2 Breakfast Show: Mark Goodier
sits in. 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: Richard sits in for
Sara Cox with music and chat. 12.00 Helen Skelton: Sitting in
for OJ Borg with music and chat. 3.00-5.00 Tom Robinson’s
Sounds Of The 70s Radio 5 Live (MW: 909, 693 kHz) 5.00
Dave
Morning Reports: A full round-up of news, sport and business
for the day ahead, and a look at the morning’s newspapers.
5.15 Wake Up To Money: Financial news reports. 6.00 5 Live
Breakfast: Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden present news
from the UK and around the world. 9.00 Your Call: Rachel
Burden invites listeners’ calls on the day’s big story. 10.00 The
Emma Barnett Show: News and current affairs interviews. Plus,
listeners’ stories and contributions, and a round-up of the day’s
headlines. 1.00 Afternoon Edition: Nihal Arthanayake presents
an afternoon of engaging stories and conversation. 4.00 5 Live
Drive: Anna Foster and Tony Livesey present the day’s news
and sport. 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: Live news and sport. 1.00-5.00 Up All
Night Absolute Radio (MW: 1215, 1197, 1242 kHz) 6.00 Dave
Berry. 10.00 Leona Graham: Rock and pop from the 1960s to
the present day. 1.00 Ben Burrell. 4.00 Bush And Richie. 7.00
Danielle Perry. 10.00 Pete Donaldson. 1.00-6.00 Chris Martin.
More4
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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:
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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
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
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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
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Family 11.00 Early Doors 11.40 Two
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JUST JANE
I’m just a bit of
rough for lover
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
My girl
is party
animal
Arguing
parents
tire me
MY on-off partner is
living in a flat with
three other lodgers.
The problem is they
are all big drinkers
and party animals.
I’m trying to get my
girl to move back in
with me, but all they
do is turn her head
and get her drunk.
Over Christmas they
seemed to hold an
impromptu party
every night – parties
I wasn’t invited to.
One evening I rocked
up for a surprise visit
with a couple of cans
to find the flat heaving
with strangers.
My girl was already
half-cut and dancing
on a table. Her face
went from a look of
horror to one of
disappointment when
she saw me. Then she
ignored me for the
rest of the night.
It felt like her
flatmates were
laughing at me. But
what should I do when
I love her to bits?
Picture posed by models
I LOVE my parents but can’t
respect the way they carry
on. They’ve been married
for 30 years, yet they
continue to bicker and row
like teenagers.
They regularly have
affairs and drink too much.
I’m sick of their constant
battles. They’re both
stubborn and immature.
I’ve spoken to them
separately and suggested
divorce, but neither will
give the other an inch.
I’m back living at home
again after the break-up of
my last relationship and
feel as though I’ve walked
into a horror movie.
I don’t know if they think
they’re impressing me with
their high dramas, but I’m
sick of them. My sister is
married with children and
refuses to visit any more.
My brother moved to
Singapore in 2010, so I’m
the last child still bothering
with them.
BOSSY: Married lover has ‘extreme sexual tastes and she insists I do everything she says’
JANE SAYS: There’s no
getting away from the fact
that some people love a bit
of drama in their lives. If
there isn’t a crisis or a
massive feud brewing, then
they don’t feel truly alive.
It sounds like your
parents thoroughly enjoy
their daily spats – if they
didn’t then one of them
would have moved on.
Unfortunately, that
doesn’t help you in your
day-to-day life.
If you really can’t reason
with them, then you have
to find yourself a new home
– and do it sharpish.
Ask around among your
friends and relatives
regarding a spare room.
Don’t be too proud to
admit that your home life is
hell and you need support.
Before you go, point out
to your folks that they’ve
already lost your brother
and sister, so do they really
wish to lose you too?
Promise them that you’re
happy to help them to
sober up and change
their bad habits, but you
only have so much energy
and patience.
JANE SAYS: Your partner
owes you the truth. She
has to tell you what is
going on in her mind –
and where she sees your
relationship going next.
Neither you nor she can
blame her flatmates for
leading her astray.
She has to take full
responsibility for the way
she behaves.
I urge you to tell her
you’re not prepared to be
strung along any longer.
Is she serious about
saving this relationship?
Will she ditch her
flatmates and move back
in with you?
If she isn’t interested in
meeting you halfway,
then you have to start
thinking about your own
wellbeing and move on.
You’re wasting a lot of
time and energy on a
woman who is very
happy doing her own
thing and now has her
own agenda.
MARRIED
WOMAN
SO WILD
I’M totally crazy about
my lover, but she doesn’t
take me seriously.
I fear she views me as disposable and a bit of rough.
I run my own building firm and
I’ve been doing up her house for
weeks. I’ll be there for another
few months and live for going to
work each day.
She’s married, but her husband
is rarely in the country. I’m really
serious about making her my life
partner, but worry that the relationship is all one-sided.
We started sleeping together
a few days after I secured the
contract. She simply invited me
into her bedroom and ordered
me to strip.
Extreme
We’ve been enjoying love in the
afternoons ever since. My team
turn a blind eye. They don’t care
what I do as long as they all get
paid at the end of the week.
My lover is gorgeous and very
rude. She and I romp for Britain
whenever we’re alone. She has
extreme sexual tastes and insists
I do everything she says.
I don’t argue or complain because she’s the most edgy woman
I’ve ever known. My last girlfriend was a pussycat compared
to this wild tiger.
Just before Christmas she treated me to a threesome with one of
her posh friends.
I thought I would feel out of my
depth, but they were so confident
and cocky that I had the time of
my life.
The friend even got me on my
own at the end and punched her
number into my phone. She said
that she’d always be up for more
fun should the fancy take me.
But I don’t want anyone else.
Several times I’ve asked my lover
what she plans to do about her
husband – who is due home from
South America for a visit – but
I never seem to get a straight
answer. What do you think is
going on in her mind?
JANE SAYS: I get the distinct
impression that this spoilt, bored
woman is wasting your time.
She’s employing you to renovate
her home, yet thinks it’s highly
amusing to lure you up to her bed-
room for sleazy sex. Do you honestly believe you can keep this a
secret for much longer?
From your employees to her
feisty friend, someone is going to
blow the whistle soon – and then
what will her husband say?
If you’re supposed to be carrying out a specific task – and you
are being distracted – then she is
a liability.
I understand that she’s stunning
and has worked her way into your
heart, but she’s not available and
she’s a tease.
Currently, she’s at a loose end
and that’s dangerous. I bet the
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minute her jet-setting husband
flies back into her life again, then
you won’t see her for brick dust.
Don’t flatter yourself – I really
don’t believe you mean anything
to her and it’s not your job to keep
her amused. Throw yourself back
into your work and concentrate
on getting the job finished like a
professional.
If she stamps her feet and demands to know why the attention
has been turned off, you have to
stand firm and explain that things
have already gone too far and that
your happiness and ability to think
straight are now suffering.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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Burdened by
office boozer
MY colleague is a chronic alcoholic and I’m sick of covering for her. She comes in at 10am already half-cut. Then she
sips vodka from a sports cup all day.
If she’s not hungover and asleep under the desk, then
she’s hyperactive and difficult. I don’t mind helping anyone who is having a tough time, but she doesn’t even thank
me for constantly lying and making excuses for her.
JANE SAYS: Your employers need to support her in getting
the help she requires. Don’t feel guilty for confidentially
speaking out because you’re not responsible for her.
You’re not being a snitch, but you are protecting your own
energy levels and emotional wellbeing. Don’t be reluctant
to speak to your boss, union or HR department if your
troubled colleague’s behaviour is upsetting you and putting
you off the job you’re contracted to do.
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
GRANT
PHOTO CASEBOOK
HE WANTS
A BABY
DAY 1
1
Lou and Ed are walking home
We had
a great time
tonight, didn’t
we?
DON’T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
March 21 to
April 20
TAURUS
April 21 to
May 21
DEVOTING more time to your relationships will
bring balance to your life. Stop depriving yourself
of fun. Make room for family and friends and make time for
activities you enjoy. Someone whose background is different to your own will encourage you to spread your wings.
EMBARKING on a passionate relationship
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or launching a creative project, the important thing is
to follow your heart. If you have a partner, your amour
will invite you away on a romantic holiday.
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May 22 to
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June 23 to
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WORKING on a creative project could lead to
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3
Up in the bedroom
With pleasure
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LIBRA
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Nov 23 to
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Ed is
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CONTINUES TOMORROW
SCORPIO
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PISCES
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MON
September 24
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PEOPLE are taking you more seriously and are
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family
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implement
ALPHAPUZZLE
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EACH grid number in Alphapuzzle® stands for a letter. Every letter
of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters – below the
main grid – to start. Solution tomorrow.
Difficulty: 9/10 Target Time: 29 minutes
Clue: Mild uncle men took in.
EXTRA LETTER CLUES:
20
6
26
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CRYPTIC CLUES
ACROSS
1 Possibly fast live
entertainment (8)
5 Ejected from taps (4)
8 A cut in church work (4)
9 As used in furnishing a
doctor with an honour after
the war? (8)
10 Comprehensive deliveries
for everybody (7)
12 Blue, perhaps, but they’re
up rather than down (5)
13 One strongly drawn to being
American (6)
15 Jeweller’s item more
expensive when you
call (4,2)
17 By a bully, oddly enough? (5)
18 Maybe we stare at such
girls (7)
22 One who thinks highly
of a catalogue of
suggestions? (8)
23 Half way by motorway (4)
Flower
garland
25
Equities
8
20
3
8
20
8
13
7
12
18
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24 Allow to go for nothing (4)
25 The spearman can chop up
such cheese (8)
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1 Wherein employees are on
the make (7)
2 Having done well, she’s out
to get ahead (5)
3 Letter concerning crazy love
out West (5)
4 Fat and a bit flabby, by the
way (4)
6 Quietly travelling as a
demonstrator? (7)
7 Garments to strew
around (5)
11 Correct at 12 noon (5)
12 He doesn’t appreciate pearls,
the pig! (5)
14 At present, this spot is a bad
place to get (7)
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Lab
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16 Drink I get on with a bit (7)
17 Cook’s out of line, boss! (5)
19 A well-known runner, that’s
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20 Tries breaking ranks (5)
21 Figure a politician has a
little difficulty in making
progress (4)
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5 Ejected sharply (4)
8 Hack (4)
9 Piece of furniture (8)
10 General (7)
12 Heavens (5)
13 American (6)
15 Call on phone (4,2)
17 Subdued (5)
18 Woolly garment (7)
22 No realist! (8)
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23 A house, informally (4)
24 Release (4)
25 Italian cheese (8)
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2 Gleamed (5)
3 A,E,I,O, or U (5)
4 Cooking fat (4)
6 Confirming (7)
7 Tartan trousers (5)
11 Bring up to date (5)
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10 Adroit, 11 Mast, 12 Clearing,
14 Handicap, 18 Pane, 20 Appear, 22
Change, 23 Drop, 24 Operetta.
DOWN: 1 Cinema, 2 Assorted, 3
Frolic, 4 Please, 5 Spur, 6 Ration,
13 Replaced, 15 Aspire, 16 Carton,
17 Packet, 19 Negate, 21 Espy.
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START WITH HORSE RACING
DINO HAS
THE POWER
FRENCH raider Master Dino has
the JLT Novices’ Chase at
Cheltenham as his target after an
impressive win at Plumpton
yesterday.
Master Dino, who was the first winner in
Britain for trainer Guillaume Macaire since
December 2012, is also on course for a £60,000
bonus if he wins at the Festival.
The 11-10 favourite never allowed frontrunning second-favourite Knocknanuss too
much slack out in front and after attacking at
the second-last, powered home to a sevenlength success.
Keen
Macaire quickly confirmed the exciting fiveyear-old will run next at Sandown in the Scilly
Isles Novices’ Chase before taking on the twoand-a-half mile JLT in March, rather than the
Arkle Trophy.
“In my opinion, the Arkle could be too fast
for him,” said Macaire. “He used to be a bit
keen at home, but I’ve worked a lot on relaxing
him.
“I will enter him in the Arkle, but the target
is the middle distance. That’s the logical step.
“The ground is rarely deep at Cheltenham, so
this experience will be very useful – because
he’s shown he’s able to follow a good pace but
37
Pauling speaks
out for owners
■ by NEIL RANDON
also has stamina.” Knocknanuss tried to
pile on the pressure along the back straight
but Daryl Jacob, the owners’ retained rider
standing in for Master Dino’s injured
regular James Reveley, had the situation
under control.
“Jamie Moore went very quick up front
on Knocknanuss – but this is a good horse,”
said Jacob.
“Everything was against him today – track,
the ground – and he still pulled up on top.”
The Two Amigos continued his upward curve
under top weight with a fine weight-carrying
performance in the Sky Sports Racing Sussex
National.
Somerset trainer Nicky Martin had had
second thoughts about the cross-country trek
because of drying ground at the Sussex course,
but her seven-year-old led throughout under
Matt Griffiths to beat Calin Du Brizais by two
and a quarter lengths.
Martin said of the 11-8 favourite: “I’m
absolutely delighted. We point-to-pointed him
all last season and he absolutely loved it. We
worked out that was the way to run him, just
let him bowl on at his own speed.
“I’d love to run him at Cheltenham, but I
don’t know that the ground will be soft enough
for him there.”
■
FESTIVALBOUND:
Master Dino
impressed at
Plumpton
TRAINER Ben Pauling has
spoken out in support of
Paul and Clare Rooney
and hopes the owners will
have runners again at
Cheltenham, despite their
decision not to enter any
horses at the track for the
foreseeable future.
The Rooneys created a
huge stir in racing circles
on New Year’s Day when it
emerged they intended to
boycott the home of
National Hunt racing over
safety concerns.
They suffered
heartbreak at
Prestbury Park
two years ago
when David
Pipe’s
Starchitect
was fatally
injured in the
Caspian Caviar
Gold Cup.
But Pauling,
right, who enjoyed
big-race success at the
Cheltenham Festival with
the Rooney-owned
Willoughby Court in a
thrilling Neptune Novices’
Hurdle earlier that year, is
optimistic they may have
a change of heart once
they have had dialogue
with the course over the
matter.
“I think there’s a bit too
much being made of this
at the moment,” said
Pauling. “And hopefully it
can all be resolved at
■ by NEIL RANDON
some point soon. I believe
they’ve written a letter to
Cheltenham, and I don’t
know if they’ve had a
response.
“Once they’ve had a
response, things might be
able to move forward.
We’ll see where it goes.
“Paul and Clare have
been huge supporters of
mine from the start – and
right from the word go,
the most important thing
for them was horse
welfare.
“It is completely
their call whether
they want to run
horses at
Cheltenham.
They are the
owners – they
pay the bills –
and they are
fabulous people
to train for.
“For the moment they
have asked us not to
enter horses there – as
the trainer, I respect that
100 per cent.”
Cheltenham
Racecourse confirmed
dialogue with the
Rooneys had begun.
A statement said: “We
are now in communication
with Mr and Mrs Rooney,
and you will understand at
this point those are private
discussions to understand
their position.”
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S MEETINGS
C - Chepstow M - Musselburgh
W - Wolverhampton
Aclassagold ................... C
2.40
Adamantly ...................... W 7.15
Air De Rock .................... C
3.15
Alaskan Bay ................... W 5.15
Alright Sunshine............ M 3.35
Annie Bonny .................. C
1.05
Arrowzone ...................... W 6.15
Aurora Thunder ............. M 3.35
Avantgardist................... C
1.40
Babytaggle ..................... C
2.10
Ballycrystal Court.......... M 3.00
Ballynanty ...................... M 3.00
Barnsdale ....................... W 5.15
Beadlam.......................... W 6.15
Beaming ......................... W 5.15
Bellamy’s Grey .............. C
3.50
Benny’s Secret .............. M 1.55
Blame Culture ................ W 4.45
Bollihope ........................ W 6.15
Bonbonniere .................. C
1.40
Boy In A Bentley............ C
2.10
Buyer Beware ................ M 1.55
Captain Brown ............... M 2.25
Captain Ryan ................. W 5.15
Captains Run ................. C
2.40
Carrigmoorna Matt ........ C
3.50
Carry On Deryck ............ W 6.45
Castlerea Tess ............... W 4.15
Caswell Bay ................... C
3.50
Celerity ........................... W 5.15
Chain Of Beacons ......... M 12.50
Champagne Rules ......... W 6.15
Chloe’s Court ................. C
3.50
Classy Cailin .................. W 4.15
Clondaw Anchor ............ C
2.40
Cloudy Glen ................... C
3.50
Cobra Commander ........ C
Colby............................... M
Cool Valley ..................... M
Curious Fox ................... W
Dance Of Fire ................. M
Dark Invader................... C
Dashel Drasher .............. C
Deadly Approach ........... C
Definately Vinnie ........... C
Dessie’s Diamond ......... C
Dickie Diver .................... C
Doc Carver ..................... C
Dodgy Bob ..................... W
Dora’s Field .................... C
Dragon Mall .................... W
Dream Magic .................. W
Druide Premier............... C
Eceparti .......................... C
Eddies Pearl ................... C
1.40
3.00
1.55
7.45
2.25
3.15
2.40
3.15
2.10
1.40
2.40
3.15
4.15
1.40
6.45
5.45
1.40
2.40
2.10
Elenora Delight .............. W
Elysian Prince ................ M
Empreinte Reconce ....... C
Ericas Lad ...................... C
Fair Houxty..................... M
Fair Kate ......................... C
Falcon Cliffs ................... W
False Id ........................... W
Fearsome Fred............... C
Felix Mendelssohn ........ M
Fenjal .............................. W
Field Exhibition.............. C
Final Attack .................... W
Fly Vinnie ....................... M
Followthesteps .............. W
Fortunes Hiding ............. M
Frame Rate ..................... M
Friday Night Light.......... C
Geneva Trumpet ............ W
GREYHOUNDS
CENTRAL PARK
11.01 INSANE WITCH (2) .................Insane Ricky (3)
11.16 INSTEADOFSANDRA (3) ........ Bag Of Nails (1)
11.31 CRYIN MARIE (6) ........................Beefy Boy (2)
11.46 BIRLEYS LASS (1) ...................... Bevs Tom (4)
12.01 BIRLEYS PET (6) ........... Shaunas Mustang (4)
12.16 PADDINGTON (nap) (6) .....Alarming Hades (4)
12.31 WOODCOCKS TYSON (3) ....... Killuran Lilly (4)
12.46 ALBERTA MILLIE (3) .................. Our Steve (6)
1.01 ASK KAREN (nb) (1) .........Clomantagh Moth (4)
1.16 COLARHOUSE SOCKS (4) ........Lennys Boy (3)
1.31 CHAMPAGNE AMY (2) ...............Itsme Itsme (4)
1.49 CYPRUS GEORGE (2) ....... Gainstown Keiko (4)
MONMORE
2.06 KERRYLANE DREAM (5) ..Indiana Wants Me (3)
2.22 HE ROCKS ON (1) .....................Swift Khazix (3)
2.42 CASH CITY (2) ..............................Fionas Jet (5)
3.02 TOWSTAR KANYE (nb) (2)Moss Lane Ebany (1)
3.19 ADOGNAMED SUE (nap) (3) All Me Bubbles (4)
3.39 RUN WOODY RUN (3) ................Armoy Sam (4)
3.59 MOYAR LEAF (3) ...............Farran Kimberley (4)
4.19 ELDERBERRY NINE (2) ..............Skellig Ten (3)
4.39 PENNYS THANOS (1) .............. Ardera Diego (2)
4.58 BANDICOOT OLGA (4) ...........Sporting Gear (1)
5.18 BLOKADE KNIGHT (6) ............Ballyard Lass (4)
5.37 COOLAVANNY ALDI (3) .... Second To None (2)
5.54 BLOOS BOURNE TEN (6) ... Rushmoor Rudi (5)
6.09 HAWICK LASS (4) .............. Quarterland Ava (1)
HARLOW
2.12 BROWNIES LAD (4) .............Heather Blazing (2)
2.32 SIGN JAKE (1) ........................ Graces Boher (3)
2.52 FANCY PEPPER (nap) (5) ...... Fill Dis Phyllis (2)
3.11 CHURCHFIELD DOLL (1) Vicarage Blossom (2)
3.29 SUNSHINE AUDREY (5) ...........Kiel Sparrow (2)
3.49 ALWAYS A KING (nb) (2) ......Shaneboy Eva (3)
4.09 BALLYDANIEL TAY (2) ................ Alien Lata (5)
4.29 RATHRONAN LILY (2) ............ Pookies Flora (1)
4.48 AERO ASSASSIN (1) ............ Lulus Diamond (3)
5.08 CORCASS BOLT (2) ............Sneezys Mistral (1)
5.28 BILLYS EXPRESS (2) ............Sign Magatron (3)
5.44 WEE BART (3) ............................ Masterbond (5)
6.02 MISS WISE SUSIE (2) ....... Clomantagh View (5)
6.19 AULTON CAIN (3) ............. Fortwood Timtom (2)
HENLOW
11.09 MOWEMS MANE (2) ............Westcot Grace (5)
11.24 CROSSFIELD DARCY (nap) (5) Westmead Bomber (3)
11.39 STORMY TOMMY (5) ............Savana Paige (1)
11.54 WESTMEAD ZARCO (3) ....... Savana Black (1)
12.09 GO BACK SAL (4)................. Savana Heart (5)
12.24 CORRIG GRACE (1) ........ Silverview Meant (6)
12.39 MAKEIT MOS BRO (5) ........Savana Romeo (3)
12.54 BRIGHT ELENA (1) .................Good Report (2)
1.08 ENERGIZE BOBADOO (4) .......Unlikely Paco (5)
1.22 MAYS WENDY (nb) (4)..........Savana Caesar (6)
1.39 SHELL JEZABELLE (4) ...........Murlens Holly (5)
1.57 KNOCKALTON PIXIE (2) ......Unlikely Leader (4)
ROMFORD
6.33 SMILEY MO (6) ......................Itsur Gang Star (1)
6.49 LEELOUGH LADY (4) ............Droopys Laser (2)
7.07 TOO SWIFT JET (3) ............Barnfield Champ (2)
7.23 TAGGED (nb) (4) ......................Hollylake Bell (6)
7.38 DUSTIN TIME (2) .................... Droopys Crest (5)
7.54 COLINS PEACE (2) .................. Mays Cucard (3)
8.11 LYNTON LIGHTNING (nap) (1) Chilli Chocolate (3)
8.27 NEWLAWN FREDDIE (2) .........Phantom Ray (1)
8.42 BUBBLY ESKE (2) .................... Bossy Wade (6)
8.57 BUBBLY JAZZ (1) ............ Chopchop Beckey (4)
9.16 TOURBO MARMADUKE (2) ....... War Dance (6)
YARMOUTH RPGTV
6.22 TYRUR MONA (2) ..................... Denises Boy (5)
6.39 SUIRVIEW LUCAS (nap) (1) .... Mollys Game (6)
6.55 SCALA SIMON (nb) (4) ............Sheffield Oak (5)
7.09 BOOMIN JET (5) ..................... Leighton Wolf (6)
7.26 SWIFT MADDOX (6) ..............Skywalker Mod (5)
7.42 FABIOS CHOICE (3) ........... Moors To Come (4)
7.57 HARTWOOD POPPY (3) ........... Borna Jayne (2)
8.13 FAHRENHEIT STORM (4) .......Delvin Champ (6)
8.29 DEMON BARBER (1) .................. Jura Takari (3)
8.44 PIPER GIGI (2) ......................Thats The Deal (1)
8.59 GROUP BRAVEHEART (5) .... Gangster Jack (4)
9.14 SWIFT MOLLY (6) .................................... Flo (4)
9.32 ROYDEN WOLF (2) ......................Snowys Jo (1)
7.45
2.25
1.05
2.10
1.25
1.40
5.45
6.15
2.10
2.25
7.15
1.05
6.15
3.00
4.45
1.55
2.25
3.50
4.45
George Hastings............ W
Given Choice ................. W
Gold Hunter.................... W
Goring ............................. W
Harbour Patrol ............... W
Harry Haze...................... C
Hathal.............................. W
Henry’s Joy .................... M
Hermocrates................... W
Hey Bob .......................... M
High Noon ...................... C
Imperial Focus ............... M
Impulsive Leader ........... C
Indian Opera .................. M
Island Flame................... W
Jack Bear ....................... W
Kaizer .............................. M
Kellington Kitty .............. W
Kestrel Valley ................. C
7.15
5.45
6.45
6.45
4.15
1.40
6.45
1.55
7.15
2.25
3.50
2.25
1.05
1.25
6.15
5.45
3.35
4.15
1.05
Kiwi Myth........................ C
Kodi Koh ........................ W
La Sioux ......................... W
Lady Chartreuse ............ C
Lamanver Pippin ........... C
Lambrini Lullaby............ W
Landofsmiles ................. C
Leonasisland.................. M
Lethal Guest................... W
Lickpenny Larry............. C
Life Knowledge .............. M
Lifeboat........................... W
Little Folke ..................... C
Look Now ....................... M
Looks Frozen ................. C
Love Lane....................... C
Malaysian Boleh ............ W
Malystic .......................... M
Margaret J ...................... W
Master Diver ................... W
2.10
6.15
6.15
1.05
2.40
4.45
3.50
2.25
7.15
3.15
2.25
6.15
1.05
1.25
1.40
1.05
4.15
3.35
7.15
4.45
Max Liebermann ............ M 3.00
Mead Vale ....................... C
3.50
Melchior King................. C
1.40
Michele Strogoff ............ W 6.45
Midnight Vixen ............... W 6.15
Minty Jones.................... W 5.15
Motts Cross.................... C
2.10
Mountain Of Mourne ..... C
3.50
Mr Andros ...................... W 4.15
Murphy’s Nails ............... C
2.10
Musbaq ........................... W 4.15
My Town Chicago .......... W 4.45
Mystical Moon................ W 4.45
Navadir ........................... W 7.15
Nefyn Point .................... M 1.25
North Star Oscar............ C
2.40
One More Chance .......... W 7.45
Ontopoftheworld............ M 12.50
Onurbike ......................... C
2.10
Orient Express ............... W 4.45
Oscar Maguire ............... C
Our Boy .......................... C
Paddy’s Poem ................ C
Painters Lad ................... M
Peters Pudding .............. W
Picture Painter ............... C
Pike Corner Cross ......... W
Piper Bomb .................... W
Purbeck Gem ................. W
Queen’s Magic ............... C
Queens Care .................. W
Rainy City ....................... M
Rainy Day Dylan ............ C
Real Armani ................... M
Red Stripes .................... W
Rizzle Dizzle ................... W
Saint De Vassy............... C
Samson’s Reach............ C
Sandhurst Lad ............... C
Sarvi ................................ M
YESTERDAY’S WINNERS AND PRICES
BELLE VUE
11.03: Nidderdale Days (1) 4-1, Coolykereen Biro (3)
5-2 jt-fav, bf: £17.96, tri: (1-3-2) £60.75. 11.19: Wonder
Molly (1) 9-2, We Dont Pay (3) 3-1, bf: £21.21, tri: (1-3-5)
£77.50. 11.34: Garden Stream (1) 5-1, Nidderdalegrouse
(3) 7-2, bf: £27.79, tri: (1-3-2) £57.49. 11.48: Deja Delight
(6) 4-1, Adeles Jack (1) 4-1, bf: £23.50, tri: (6-1-5) £50.11.
12.04: Jakey Big Boy (5) 7-4 fav, Tullig Ruby (2) 7-2, bf:
£10.33, tri: (5-2-6) £20.36. 12.18: Moonshiner (4) 3-1,
Eternal Flame (6) 4-1, bf: £18.56, tri: (4-6-3) £34.54. 12.33:
Carlito Brigante (6) 3-1, Floorlayer (4) 3-1, bf: £15.11, tri:
(6-4-2) £47.68. 12.48: Ballymac Rudiger (2) 9-4 fav, Elite
Johnny (6) 5-1, bf: £18.41, tri: (2-6-3) £49.84. 1.04: Bess (4)
9-4 fav, Pacino (3) 5-1, bf: £15.15, tri: (4-3-2) £33.90. 1.19:
Only Get Better (1) 4-1, Glenamaddy Born (4) 11-4, bf:
£21.15, tri: (1-4-6) £60.49. 1.37: Swift Bricket (2) 2-1 fav,
Just Jay (3) 7-2, bf: £11.42, tri: (2-3-1) £28.36. 1.51: Fire
Height Alva (5) 4-1, Mrs Mac (4) 6-1, bf: £36.39, tri: (5-4-1)
£66.68. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £171.00, (Races 7-12)
£211.00.
DONCASTER
11.01: Blue Molly (3) 7-2, Adamant Mariah (6) 5-1, bf:
£25.80, tri: (3-6-5) £64.40. 11.16: Millcroft Buster (5) 5-2
jt-fav, Luttons Ozzie (4) 7-2, bf: £15.05, tri: (5-4-6) £41.62.
11.31: Millcroft Prince (3) 7-4 fav, Toms Cassie (4) 5-1, bf:
£11.61, tri: (3-4-1) £37.58. 11.46: Manor Moss (3) 4-1,
Motorbar Prince (2) 9-4 fav, bf: £16.30, tri: (3-2-4) £43.69.
12.01: Black Hurricane (2) 5-2, Madrigal (3) 7-4 fav, NR:
Indian Lad (res), bf: £9.50, tri: (2-3-4) £0.00. 12.16: Fane
Blue Girl (3) 7-2, Blackstone Romeo (1) 5-2 fav, bf: £15.15,
tri: (3-1-6) £50.34. 12.31: Ballymac Carmel (3) 4-1, Rogully
Mist (6) 7-2, bf: £24.42, tri: (3-6-4) £82.17. 12.46: Magna
Figo (1) 8-1, Paradise Roma (5) 7-2, bf: £52.59, tri: (1-5-2)
£173.41. 1.01: Blues and Twos (4) 11-4 fav, Meenagh Matic
(1) 6-1, bf: £21.92, tri: (4-1-5) £63.91. 1.16: Mollycoddler
(3) 5-2 jt-fav, Burnfoot Axle (6) 7-2, bf: £14.39, tri: (3-6-5)
£56.97. 1.31: Loskeran Pogba (3) 7-2, Dizzy Rascal (4) 9-2,
bf: £22.91, tri: (3-4-6) £58.05. 1.49: Slaneyside Tory (6) 7-4
fav, Sweet Rose (1) 5-1, bf: £10.97, tri: (6-1-5) £37.32.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £72.60, (Races 7-12) £576.00.
KINSLEY
2.06: Ross Ben (3) 7-2, Auto Blitzer (6) 2-1 fav, bf:
£14.83, tri: (3-6-2) £56.60. 2.21: Question Time (3) 9-4 fav,
Barefoot Lassie (2) 6-1, bf: £16.98, tri: (3-2-5) £55.35. 2.38:
Altmore Wizard (5) 7-2, Cill Dubh Tess (3) 9-4 fav, bf:
£16.95, tri: (5-3-2) £49.34. 2.57: General Ali (5) 7-2, Debras
Girl (1) 11-4, bf: £19.08, tri: (5-1-3) £46.20. 3.13: Altmore
Dove (3) 3-1, Shellam Clem (1) 11-8 fav and Swift River
(5) 5-1 (dd-ht 2nd), bf: (3-5) 11.73, (3-1) 4.64, tri: (3-5-1)
£22.13, (3-1-5) £13.49. 3.29: Feora Patches (6) 5-1,
Westmead Freddie (5) 9-2, bf: £30.48, tri: (6-5-1) £94.55.
3.44: Shellam Clancy (5) 7-2, Fast Fit Super (6) 3-1, bf:
£17.42, tri: (5-6-4) £52.81. 4.02: Uncle Longbow (6) 9-4 fav,
Kuda Taff (3) 5-2, bf: £10.16, tri: (6-3-1) £21.53. 4.18:
1.40
1.40
3.15
2.25
7.15
3.50
6.15
4.15
4.45
1.05
7.45
3.00
3.15
1.25
5.15
7.45
1.40
3.50
2.10
2.25
Sea Story ........................ C
Sevarano ........................ C
She’s Gina ...................... C
Shesthedream ................ W
Shovel It On ................... W
Smoking Jacket ............. C
Soraya............................. C
Springcombe Joe .......... C
Storm Trooper................ W
Storm Wizard ................. C
Strawberryandcream ..... W
Sutter’s Mill .................... C
Suttonwood Sally .......... W
Taceec ............................ W
Tails I Win....................... W
Takiah ............................. W
Tarada ............................. C
The Boom Is Back ......... C
The Road Home ............. M
Thorntoun Lady ............. W
Three County’s .............. C
1.40
Tidal Surge ..................... W 4.15
Tidal Watch .................... W 5.45
Tikkapick ........................ C
2.10
Top And Drop ................ C
2.10
Two Sams....................... C
2.40
Tyrell ............................... M 3.00
Urban Kode .................... M 2.25
Vin D’honneur ................ W 7.15
Walk In The Mill ............. C
2.40
Whispering Soul ............ W 5.15
William B ........................ C
3.50
Wind Storm .................... W 7.45
Wirral Girl ....................... W 7.45
Wot A Shot ..................... M 2.25
Yasir ................................ W 5.45
Zafaranah ....................... W 7.45
Zipedeedodah ................ W 5.15
Zoraya ............................. W 7.45
●No horses to note today
1.05
1.40
1.05
5.15
4.15
3.50
1.40
2.40
5.15
2.40
4.45
2.10
4.45
4.15
7.15
6.15
2.40
2.10
1.55
7.45
NOTTINGHAM RPGTV
Killieford Faith (4) 3-1, Cerberus Maddie (2) 7-2, NR:
Coolbawn Mag (res), bf: £17.00, tri: (4-2-5) £52.94. 4.33:
Border Spirit (4) 4-1, Highview Panda (5) 7-2, bf: £24.83,
tri: (4-5-3) £66.55. 4.51: Achieved (1) 11-4, Lundhill Rose
(4) 9-2, bf: £17.97, tri: (1-4-6) £38.54. 5.09: Unify (2) 3-1,
Quarylane Daisy (3) 7-2, bf: £16.90, tri: (2-3-4) £50.05.
5.25: Up Now Tom (6) 4-1, Mapleleafforever (1) 9-4 fav, bf:
£16.28, tri: (6-1-5) £58.67. 5.44: Billwin Brandy (3) 7-2,
Lola Lola (6) 6-1, bf: £29.92, tri: (3-6-2) £102.93. Placer (£1
stake) (Races 1-6) £130.00, (Races 9-14) £411.00.
PERRY BARR
2.12: Two Teds (3) 5-2 jt-fav, Dandy Lady (1) 4-1, bf:
£13.99, tri: (3-1-2) £38.90. 2.26: Autumn Helen (5) 11-4,
Blue Rose Wonder (2) 8-1, bf: £32.77, tri: (5-2-6) £147.29.
2.44: Telex Magic (6) 6-4 fav, Holycross Jet (2) 5-2, bf:
£6.45, tri: (6-2-3) £21.94. 3.04: Ivory Keyes (6) 4-1, Autumn
Hella (1) 5-2, bf: £17.30, tri: (6-1-2) £51.06. 3.22: Ballyhone
Jet (1) 3-1, Coolemount Sally (5) 11-4, bf: £15.29, tri: (1-54) £60.53. 3.37: Lets Dance Betty (5) 4-1, Swift Argo (4)
5-1, bf: £34.73, tri: (5-4-2) £139.43. 3.53: Tarsna All Black
(1) 5-1, Ashbourne Actor (5) 5-2, bf: £26.36, tri: (1-5-6)
£61.72. 4.09: Slaneyside Tessa (6) 5-1, Chaotic Eve (2) 4-5
fav, NR: Castell Pete (res), bf: £14.08, tri: (6-2-3) £0.00.
4.24: Ballygibbon Liz (5) 9-4, Lynhouse Jo (1) 2-1 fav, bf:
£9.34, tri: (5-1-4) £18.51. 4.41: Mandys Boy (3) 4-1,
Cloncunny Holly (4) 5-1, bf: £28.16, tri: (3-4-6) £85.36.
4.58: Hooyas Mate (4) 3-1, Ballymac Denise (6) 6-1, bf:
£24.57, tri: (4-6-3) £54.98. 5.17: Ballymac Toolan (1) 5-1,
Belle Vue Eddie (3) 6-4 fav, bf: £17.43, tri: (1-3-6) £55.05.
5.37: Loughgur Tom (2) 7-2, Ooaar Ya Then (3) 5-2 fav, bf:
£16.58, tri: (2-3-1) £54.83. 5.55: Slaneyside Fiji (1) 5-2,
Ballymac Posie (3) 9-4 fav, bf: £9.73, tri: (1-3-6) £41.39.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £204.00, (Races 9-14)
£116.00.
SUNDERLAND
11.11: Leahys Rocket (5) 2-1 fav, Salems Zane (6) 5-1,
bf: £12.17, tri: (5-6-2) £47.86. 11.28: Glenbowen Levi (5)
5-2 jt-fav, Haggswood Speed (3) 4-1, bf: £16.69, tri: (5-36) £38.49. 11.42: Amys Sky (6) 6-4 fav, Lemming Jet (2)
3-1, bf: £7.20, tri: (6-2-4) £19.72. 11.57: Rosetown Mack
(5) 2-1 fav, Suirview Candy (1) 3-1, bf: £10.64, tri: (5-1-3)
£42.58. 12.12: Whites Mccool (3) 6-1, Outlier Bigidy (5)
5-2, bf: £31.13, tri: (3-5-1) £84.38. 12.27: Par Three King
(1) 5-2, Sharp Style (5) 6-1, bf: £18.94, tri: (1-5-3) £78.98.
12.41: Roane (4) 5-2, Mainstreet Ava (1) 5-1, bf: £17.23,
tri: (4-1-6) £73.08. 12.58: Cantsayit (3) 5-2 fav, Lughill
Rita (4) 3-1, bf: £12.80, tri: (3-4-6) £36.98. 1.12: Gals
Shadow (2) 5-1, Cosmic Starlit (4) 5-1, bf: £41.66, tri:
(2-4-1) £125.74. 1.28: Jays Mercury (5) 5-2, Sisters Honcho
(2) 3-1, NR: Ratheden (res), bf: £12.25, tri: (5-2-1) £0.00.
1.44: Marlhill Pine (3) 3-1, Swift Dromas (6) 6-1, bf:
£25.95, tri: (3-6-5) £65.84. 1.59: Artic Image (4) 7-2, Alien
Loren (5) 3-1, NR: Alien Cleo (res), bf: £18.95, tri: (4-5-6)
£71.58. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £72.40, (Races 7-12)
£380.00.
6.29
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A3)
500m
5321 BANDIT LAD (rl ep) .................. 30.72
1656 Madabout Biddy (rl fw) .............. 30.86
65 Fabulous Sasha (rl ro) ............... 31.26
1321 Sunspun (wd ro) ....................... 30.73
1145 Hornblower (wd ro) .................... 30.40
2342 Fridays Artist (wd fw) ................. 30.60
Star betting: 5-2 Hornblower, 11-4
Fridays Artist, 3 Bandit Lad, 7-2 Sunspun.
6.47
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A4)
500m
1346 Haggswood Hawk (ep ro) .......... 30.60
2544 Wellmakeaplan (rl ro) ................ 30.86
1422 FILEY PRINCESS (sa fw) ......... 30.77
3555 Alfies Jane (sa fw) ..................... 30.76
4613 Buckleys Chance (wd ep)........ 30.90
3155 Free Flight (sa ro) ...................... 30.84
Star betting: 5-2 Haggswood Hawk, 7-2
Filey Princess, Alfies Jane, 4 Free Flight.
7.05
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A1)
500m
2142 Lilywhite Sarah (rl ro) ................ 30.15
3421 Sandyhill Dolly (md ep) ........... 30.35
2141 PLAZA ROICEAD (rl ro) ........... 29.84
4134 Alfies Prince (sa fw)................... 29.91
3641 Loher Honey (sa fw) .................. 29.96
4433 Glasheen Pixie (wd ro) .............. 30.08
Star betting: 11-4 Plaza Roicead, 3
Alfies Prince, 7-2 Loher Honey.
7.19
1
2
3
4
5
6
(Open)
480m
Locnamon Mike (wd ep) ............ 00.00
1141 HADDINGTON MARY (wd ep).. 00.00
312 Creevy Shadow (rl ro) .............. 28.99
3151 Moscow Mccrow (md ro) ........... 00.00
6432 Corduff Act (sa fw)..................... 29.45
2536 Nidderdale Snipe (sa ep)........... 29.59
Star betting: 5-2 Creevy Shadow, 11-4
Moscow Mccrow, 3 Haddington Mary.
7.36
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A8)
500m
4345 Bromwich Trev (rl ep) ................ 31.48
3436 Roscoes Rodney (sa fw) ........... 31.72
4344 Jessicas Beauty (md ro) .......... 31.48
6332 SPARTA RIVER (md ro) ........... 31.51
6662 Honour Blackstar (md ro) .......... 31.57
6644 Honour Prince (wd ep) .............. 31.56
Star betting: 9-4 Bromwich Trev, 7-2
Jessicas Beauty, Sparta River.
7.52
1
2
3
4
5
6
(Open)
500m
2361 Roxholme Jaguar (sa ro) ........... 00.00
1333 Courts Ad Darcey (rl ro) .......... 29.63
2352 Nidderdale Lark (ep ro) ............. 29.74
5221 TYNWALD KIZI (rl ro) ............... 29.79
2362 Killinan Fury (ep ro) ................... 29.85
2461 Salacres Vincent (wd ro) ........... 29.75
Star betting: 11-4 Courts Ad Darcey, 3
Salacres Vincent, 7-2 Killinan Fury.
8.08
1
2
3
4
2316
1615
3154
4316
(A1)
500m
Leos Adora (rl ro) ...................... 30.23
Thunder Crash (md ro) .............. 29.86
Piemans Prince (md ro)............. 29.89
Born To Achieve (md ep) .......... 30.03
5 5243 ROCKMOUNT RAIDER (md ro) 30.09
6 2315 Tully House (md ep)................. 29.96
Star betting: 3 Thunder Crash, Tully
House, 4 Piemans Prince, Born To Achieve.
8.23
(Open)
480m
8.37
(Open)
305m
8.51
(Open)
480m
9.06
(Open)
480m
9.22
(Open)
500m
9.40
(Open)
480m
1
2
3
4
5
6
5414 Bolshoi Beano (sa fw) ............... 00.00
1265 Coyote Dragonfly (rl ro) ............. 29.15
1123 Blythe Dill (rl ro) ......................... 00.00
242 Calzaghe Alfie (ep ro)................ 29.52
1113 Strides Farran (ep ro) .............. 29.46
1112 NEWINN BANGER (nb) (md ro)29.32
Star betting: 2 Newinn Banger, 5-2
Strides Farran, 11-4 Coyote Dragonfly.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4145 Autumn Fluent (ep ro) ............... 18.41
1111 CLONCUNNY ZEBO (NAP) (rl ro) . 17.82
2111 Calzaghe Flash (ep ro)............. 17.65
6141 Wokeen (wd ro) ......................... 17.76
1413 Mustang Kay Cee (md ep) ........ 00.00
1333 A Bit Of Percy (sa ro) ................ 17.95
Star betting: 5-2 Calzaghe Flash, 3
Cloncunny Zebo, Autumn Fluent, A Bit Of Percy.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4565 Old Fort Brandy (rl ro) ............... 29.45
6542 Bansha Pat (rl ro) ...................... 29.51
2533 Honour Rocket (md ro) .............. 29.36
4126 Move Over Padre (rl ro) ........... 00.00
5254 Fridays Marie (ep rl) .................. 00.00
53 SALACRES BIGJIM (ep ro)...... 29.84
Star betting: 5-2 Move Over Padre, 11-4
Honour Rocket, 7-2 Old Fort Brandy.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6322 VIKING JERRY (rl ro) ............... 29.23
2233 Emers Cookie (md ro) ............... 28.98
4133 Courts Ad Lee (sa ro) .............. 29.16
1455 Knockard Spring (sa ro) ............ 28.79
1461 Calzaghe Boyo (md ep)............. 00.00
2611 Nutters Star (ep ro).................... 29.34
Star betting: 3 Calzaghe Boyo, 7-2
Knockard Spring, Viking Jerry, 4 Emers Cookie.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1521 Honour Turbo (rl ro)................... 29.64
1114 SMALL BUT DEADLY (rl ro) .... 00.00
1114 Salacres Barley (md ep) .......... 30.34
3116 Swift Taxman (wd fw) ................ 29.74
2164 Nans Padjoe (md ro) ................. 00.00
5464 Calico Blackjack (md ep) ........... 30.40
Star betting: 11-4 Honour Turbo, 3
Salacres Barley, Swift Taxman.
1
2
3
4
5
6
44
5446
6421
6213
4524
Hitachi Hoban (nd ro) ................ 00.00
Bit View Yeats (md ro)............... 00.00
Grovenor Joker (sa fw) ............ 00.00
MEET ME (sa fw) ...................... 00.00
Slippy Tyrion (rl ro) .................... 00.00
Calzaghe Geraint (sa fw)........... 00.00
Star betting: 6-4 Slippy Tyrion, 2 Meet
Me, 7-2 Hitachi Hoban, 6 Grovenor Joker.
38
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) N Henderson 12;
Miss V Williams 10; Olly Murphy 9;
C Tizzard 7; D Skelton 7; E Williams
5; K Bailey 5; Miss L Russell 5.
SUFFERING STABLES:
(Runners since last win) C J Gray
128; M Sheppard 73; J G O’Neill
61; William Young Jnr 59; D C
Griffiths 54; A Crook 54.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) R Kingscote 8; A Coleman 8;
L Morris 7; R Johnson 7; N De
Boinville 7; B Hughes 7.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) T Cheesman 82;
Robbie Walsh 53; C McCormack
51; Grace McEntee 40; W Cox 36,
Sam Coltherd 30.
BEST EACH WAY
SAINT DE VASSY (1.40,
Chepstow) showed promise when
third on his hurdling debut.
HANDICAP BLOT
RED STRIPES (5.15,
Wolverhampton) is consistent, has a
good draw, plus useful 7lb claim.
ONE TO SWERVE
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
CHEPSTOW: None.
MUSSELBURGH: None.
WOLVERHAMPTON: R Winston
rides 5.45 Jack Bear for R Teal,
previous combinations 6 wins from
12 mounts 50% strike rate at
course.
WIND SURGERY
NH TRAINER TABLE
NH JOCKEY TABLE
£won
£1,607,614
£1,404,767
£1,393,719
£1,187,439
£800,312
1.40
Chepstow –
SEVARANO (treble) has
easily the best form on offer in the
two-mile maiden hurdle and should
score for Oliver Sherwood.
Aidan Coleman takes the ride on
the six-year-old, who was a very
promising runner-up to Bright
Forecast (winner again since) at
Newbury in November, with Melchior
King nine lengths back in sixth.
Severano, who was also second at
Sandown on his hurdling debut,
should be too good for these. Saint
De Vassy, trained by Tom Symonds,
showed some ability when third at
Ffos Las on his hurdling debut, and is
the main danger.
BIGGEST EARNERS
CHEPSTOW: Doc Carver (3.15).
WOLVERHAMPTON: Shovel It
On (4.15), Carry On Deryck (6.45).
last
14 days
14/49
12/42
8/44
7/37
3/31
SUNSHINE TO BRIGHTEN
UP THE DAY FOR PUNTERS
CHEPSTOW ........ Walk In The Mill
2.40................................... £151,535
MUSSELBURGH . Ontopoftheworld
12.50................................... £52,433
WOLVERHAMPTON .........Hathal
6.45................................... £145,222
BALLYCRYSTAL COURT (3.00,
Musselburgh) returns from a break.
Best form over shorter trip.
wins
P Nicholls
71
N Henderson 92
D Skelton
139
C Tizzard
56
P Hobbs
67
Today’s tip-top tips from Starform
HORSES having their first runs
for new trainers.
CHEPSTOW: 1.05 Little Folke (H
De Bromhead to Mrs N Evans),
1.40 Harry Haze (Mrs K Dando to P
C Dando), 2.40 Dickie Diver (M
Goff to N Henderson), 3.50 William
B (G Elliott to T Vaughan).
MUSSELBURGH: 1.25 Fair
Houxty (Mrs J Martin-Mayland to T
Reed).
WOLVERHAMPTON: 6.15
Bollihope (R C Guest to S L
Keightley), 6.15 Lifeboat (D Skelton
to Kevin Frost), 6.45 Carry On
Deryck (S bin Suroor to O Pears),
6.45 Gold Hunter (A Wintle to S
Flook), 7.45 Rizzle Dizzle (K Burke
to Rebecca Menzies), 7.45 Wirral
Girl (R Fahey to D P Quinn).
R Johnson
H Skelton
B Hughes
S Twiston-Davies
A Coleman
last
wins 14 days
157 7/47
130 6/31
109 8/46
73
5/34
69
9/33
£stake
-59
+34
-175
-98
-40
3.35
Musselburgh
– ALRIGHT
SUNSHINE (nap) can bring some
sunshine into punters’ lives by
landing the finale at Musselburgh
today. Keith Dalgleish, pictured left,
sent the four-year-old to Carlisle
where he won at the first time of
asking. He beat a fairly modest field in
some style, but was unable carry a
penalty at Newcastle next time. That
was in soft conditions – he had won
on a sound surface at Carlisle – and
today’s expected good ground is very
much in his favour. The only other
previous winner in the field, Malystic,
looks the obvious threat to the
selection.
6.45
Wolverhampton
– GORING (nb) can
take a hot-looking conditions race
at Wolverhampton’s evening
meeting. The Eve JohnsonHoughton-trained seven-year-old
still retains all his old enthusiasm
and ran really well in a good-quality
Listed event at Lingfield last time.
He was fourth, but not beaten far by
Wissahickon, whom many feel is a
Group class performer in the
making. A reproduction of that run
will give Goring every chance. Main
danger is Hathal, who has been
running well in Listed races and was
third in that class at Deauville last
time out.
CHEPSTOW
JASON HEAVEY
Lady Chartreuse
Sevarano
Top And Drop
Dashel Drasher (nap)
Lickpenny Larry (nb)
Cloudy Glen
STARFORM (Musselburgh) 3.35 Alright Sunshine (nap),
(Wolverhampton) 6.45 Goring (nb), 1.40 Sevarano (treble)
CLOCKFORM (Musselburgh) 5.45 Hathal 5pts win
STAR TIP
1.05
1.40
2.10
2.40
3.15
3.50
Field Exhibition
Sevarano (nap)
Sutter’s Mill
Clondaw Anchor (nb)
Air De Rock
Cloudy Glen
HANDICAP HURDLE
1.05 MARES’
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (11 runners) £4,094
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
4224 QUEEN’S MAGIC (23)(G) N Mulholland 7 11 12 ..T Scudamore 97
5-61 LOVE LANE (32)(S) Henry Oliver 6 11 9 .........Jason Dixon (7) 94
-1L4 SHE’S GINA (40)(D2,S) J W Mullins 6 11 6........ D Sansom (5) 90
-165 EMPREINTE RECONCE (35)(BF,G,S) C Tizzard 5 11 6.. A Coleman ★99
5-60 LITTLE FOLKE (201)(D)(T) Mrs N Evans 8 11 6 .. M Kendrick (5) 85
0-24 SEA STORY (29)(BF,S) K Bailey 6 11 6 ..........................D Bass 97
1216 FIELD EXHIBITION (8)(G,S)(H) Grace Harris 9 11 5 .. R Johnson 93
34-3 KESTREL VALLEY (31)(H) M Sheppard 5 11 0.. S Sheppard (3) 94
5346 ANNIE BONNY (26)(S) E Williams 6 10 13 ................. A Wedge 91
-P02 LADY CHARTREUSE (28) Miss V Williams 6 10 12 C Deutsch 90
0655 IMPULSIVE LEADER (28)(H) Miss Z Davison 6 10 5 ...James Best 89
Star Betting: — 7-2 Empreinte Reconce, 5 Love Lane, 11-2 Lady
Chartreuse, 6 Queen’s Magic, 13-2 Sea Story, 8 Kestrel Valley, 12 others.
2018: No corresponding meeting.
LADY CHARTREUSE 7-2 (11-2) Led until
STARFORM approaching
2 out, hit last, kept on under pres-
sure, no chance with easy winner, 2nd of 6, 11l behind Coded
Message (11-2) at Lingfield 2m mrs nov hdl (3yo+) (4) hvy in Dec.
Love Lane 11-4 (11-2) Tracked leaders, headway to lead
approaching 2 out, ridden and ran on, won at Market Rasen 2m 1f
con hcp hdl 0-110 (4) sft in Dec beating Lily Of Leysbourne (11-4)
by 3½l, 7 ran.
Empreinte Reconce 7-4fav (10-11) In touch on outside, driven
and outpaced after 4 out, never able to challenge, ridden and lost
modest 4th after last, 5th of 12, 24l behind Coole Well (10-7) at
Plumpton 2m nh nov hdl (4) sft in Dec.
STARFORM: LADY CHARTREUSE DANGER: Love Lane
1.40
INTERBET.COM MAIDEN HURDLE
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT-SOFT IN PLACES
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.10
SEVARANO 7-2 (11-0) Chased leaders on
STARFORM inside,
2nd 3 out, led approaching last, ridden
and kept on run-in, headed and not pace of winner towards finish,
2nd of 20, nk behind Bright Forecast (11-0) at Newbury 2m NH mdn
hdl (3) sft in Nov.
Saint De Vassy 9-1 (10-12) Hit 1st, took keen hold, held up in
touch, steady headway before 3 out, went 3rd next, soon one pace
and no impression, 3rd of 7, 12l behind Al Dancer (11-4) at Ffos
Las 2m nh nov hdl (4) sft in Nov.
Melchior King 125-1 (11-0) Mid-division, pushed along and
carried head high before 3 out, plugged on, 6th of 20, 9l behind
Bright Forecast (11-0) at Newbury 2m NH mdn hdl (3) sft in Nov.
STARFORM: SEVERANO DANGER: Saint De Vassy
Class 4 (18 fences) 3m (15 run)
£4,614
1 2222 BOY IN A BENTLEY (32)(G,S)(P,T) N Mulholland 9 12 3
P K Donovan (7) ★99
2 P-44 SANDHURST LAD (30)(S)(P) W Greatrex 8 12 2....R Johnson 94
3 L312 SUTTER’S MILL (21)(D,G,S)(P) E Williams 8 11 12 .. A Wedge 98
4 000L THE BOOM IS BACK (31) Christian Williams 7 11 5 . T J O’Brien 88
5 /43P TOP AND DROP (23)(BF) Miss V Williams 8 11 5 ... C Deutsch 91
6 L66P DEFINATELY VINNIE (23)(G) Miss J Mathias 9 11 5 ..C Ring (3) 83
7 03/0 MOTTS CROSS (18)(G)(P) C Down 8 11 5 .............J M Davies 98
8 05-0 BABYTAGGLE (12)(H) D L Williams 8 11 2
Mr Shane Quinlan (7) 92
9 P4/2 TIKKAPICK (32)(P) C Tizzard 9 10 13 ....................... H Cobden 97
10 04F2 FEARSOME FRED (12) Dr J Naylor 10 10 12 . Tom Cheesman (5) 93
11 -50P KIWI MYTH (25)(P,T) Mrs F M Shaw 7 10 10 ....... D G Noonan 89
12 LP-P MURPHY’S NAILS (27)(B*) Kerry Lee 7 10 8 .... Jamie Moore 87
13 24-P ONURBIKE (83) J G O’Neill 11 10 0 .........................J Nailor (7) 84
14 L-5P ERICAS LAD (217) Miss J Du Plessis 8 10 0 ......... James Best 84
15 -P06 EDDIES PEARL (27) B Forsey 9 10 0......................R Dingle (7) 88
LONG HANDICAP: Onurbike 9-13, Ericas Lad 9-7, Eddies Pearl 9-6.
Star Betting: — 3 Sutter’s Mill, 5 Boy In A Bentley, 6 Top And Drop,
13-2 Tikkapick, 7 Sandhurst Lad, 8 Fearsome Fred, 16 others.
MILL 7-2 (11-5) Tracked leaders,
STARFORM SUTTER’S
awkward 5th, 2nd before 11th, led 3 out, headed
2 out, 1 length down last, kept on same pace run-in, 2nd of 8, 2l
behind Steel Native (10-11) at Ffos Las 3m 1f hcp chs 0-110 (4) hvy
in Dec.
Boy In A Bentley 9-2 (11-7) Held up in rear, headway into 4th
after 4th, rider lost iron and shuffled back before 4 out, rallied 2 out,
stayed on into 2nd approaching last, never a threa, 2nd of 7, 4½l
behind Polo The Mumm (9-8) at Wincanton 2m 4f Amateur
Handicap Chase (0-105) (4yo+) (4) gd in Dec.
Top And Drop 5-2fav (10-0) Chased leaders, lost place 8th,
mistake 5 out, soon weakened, pulled up after next, in a race won
by Still Believing (11-7) at Hereford 3m 1f hcp chs (2) sft in Dec, 8
ran.
STARFORM: SUTTER’S MILL DANGER: Boy In A Bentley
NOVICES’ HURDLE
2.40 INTERBET.COM
Cl 4 (11 fli) 2m 3f 100yds (13 run) £4,094
Class 5 (8 flights) 2m (16 runners) £3,119
1
0 AVANTGARDIST (24) Henry Oliver 5 11 5 ..............J M Davies 81
2
3P COBRA COMMANDER (57) T Symonds 5 11 5 ............ B Poste 74
3 3364 DESSIE’S DIAMOND (22) D Coakley 5 11 5 . Jonathan Burke 83
4 3330 DRUIDE PREMIER (8) D Pipe 6 11 5 .................. T Scudamore 89
5
4/ HARRY HAZE (618) P C Dando 7 11 5.........Mr B R Jones (7) 75
6 0-66 LOOKS FROZEN (45)(H) N Mulholland 5 11 5 ......... R T Dunne 83
7 -0L6 MELCHIOR KING (38) P Hobbs 5 11 5 ....................R Johnson 96
8
0 OSCAR MAGUIRE (51) Olly Murphy 6 11 5 ..............B J Powell 83
9
0 OUR BOY (53)(H) Sam Thomas 5 11 5 ..................... C Deutsch 82
10
4/3 SAINT DE VASSY (45) T Symonds 6 11 5 ......................D Bass 89
11 5-22 SEVARANO (38)(S) O Sherwood 6 11 5 .................. A Coleman ★99
12 R46 THREE COUNTY’S (22) Olly Murphy 8 11 5 .............D England 91
13
LL BONBONNIERE (30) D Skelton 5 10 12..................... H Skelton 77
14
56 DORA’S FIELD (18)(T) W Kittow 6 10 12 ............... D G Noonan 81
15
5 FAIR KATE (45) Tom Lacey 5 10 12 ...............................A Johns 83
16
10 SORAYA (54)(G) Tom Lacey 5 10 12 . Mr Thomas O’Brien (5) 87
Star Betting: — 11-10 Sevarano, 13-2 Melchior King, 10 Saint De
Vassy, 12 Oscar Maguire, Druide Premier, 14 Fair Kate, 16 others.
NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE
1 -213 CLONDAW ANCHOR (41)(BF,S)(H) D Skelton 6 11 9 ..H Skelton 96
2 2-01 LAMANVER PIPPIN (21)(S) C Tizzard 6 11 9 .......... H Cobden 91
3 0000 ACLASSAGOLD (25) D Faulkner 6 11 2.................N Scholfield 76
4 SP04 CAPTAINS RUN (10) P Hobbs 7 11 2 ...Mr Stefan Kirwan (7) 77
5 -334 DASHEL DRASHER (19)(BF,S) J Scott 6 11 2........M Griffiths ★99
6
1- DICKIE DIVER (372)(S) N Henderson 6 11 2....N De Boinville 90
7 U-00 ECEPARTI (19)(G) Miss V Williams 5 11 2 ................ C Deutsch 78
8
42 NORTH STAR OSCAR (27)(BF) W Greatrex 5 11 2R Johnson 81
9 0-0L SPRINGCOMBE JOE (18) W G M Turner 7 11 2 .. Mr R Withey (7) 78
10
F0 STORM WIZARD (30) Miss V Williams 7 11 2 ......H Nugent (7) 78
11
2 TARADA (56) O Sherwood 6 11 2.............................. A Coleman 88
12 1-0P TWO SAMS (37) M Blake 6 11 2 ..................................T Cannon 73
13 P-31 WALK IN THE MILL (30)(S) R Walford 9 11 2 ..... James Best 95
Star Betting: — 11-4 Dickie Diver, 7-2 Dashel Drasher, 4 Walk In The
Mill, 7 Clondaw Anchor, 15-2 Lamanver Pippin, 8 Tarada, 10 others.
DRASHER 15-8fav (11-0) Led until
STARFORM DASHEL
after 1st, chased leader, chance 2 out, ridden
and lost 2nd at the last, plugged on in 4th run-in, 4th of 20, 4l
behind Rathhill (11-0) at Newbury 2m mdn hdl (4) sft in Dec.
Dickie Diver 4-1 (11-11) Disputed lead, 2nd after 5th, led 4 out,
going best when good jump 2 out, went 12l clear before last, easily,
won at Templenacarriga 3m Ire ptp hvy in Dec ‘17 beating Atlantic
Shore (11-11) by 20l, 11 ran.
Walk In The Mill 10-1 (10-3) Chased leaders, not fluent 11th
or 14th, 7th 3 out, closed to take 2nd when not fluent 2 out, led
before elbow, soon clear, ridden out, won at Aintree 3m 2f hcp chs
G3 (1) sft in Dec beating Vieux Lion Rouge (10-12) by 4½l, 18
ran.
STARFORM: DASHEL DRASHER DANGER: Dickie Diver
TRACKFACTS Left-hand oval course with changing gradients
and a run-in of 240yds. Eleven fairly stiff fences plus seven hurdles per circuit the front running type always do well.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) E Williams 33 winners, (16.8%
strike rate), -£4.67, P Hobbs 31, (19.5%), -£11.25, P Bowen 19,
(15.6%), +£0.50, C Tizzard 18, (10.5%), -£21.00, D Pipe 18, (16.4%),
-£3.59, Miss V Williams 17, (13.4%), +£3.00, T R George 17,
(21.2%), +£6.56, D Skelton 12, (14.6%), +£2.00, M Sheppard 11,
(14.9%), -£2.00, N Mulholland 11, (11.7%), -£1.00.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) R Johnson 40 winners, (22.3%
strike rate), +£12.75, T Scudamore 23, (17.3%), +£3.03, A Wedge
16, (14.3%), -£7.00, T J O’Brien 14, (14.0%), -£9.00, H Cobden 14,
(18.9%), +£5.50, S Sheppard 11, (20.4%), -£2.00, N Scholfield 11,
(11.7%), -£5.00, A Coleman 9, (8.0%), -£14.00, N Fehily 8, (13.1%),
+£21.00, James Best 7, (5.7%), -£6.00.
HANDICAP CHASE
3.15 INTERBET.COM
Class 4 (12 fences) 2m (7 run)
£4,614
1 -3PF RAINY DAY DYLAN (18)(S)(H,T) N Mulholland 8 11 12
T J O’Brien 78
2 0-33 PADDY’S POEM (35)(T*) N Gifford 8 11 7 ..............J M Davies 92
3 /3P- DEADLY APPROACH (446)(D,S)(T) S-J Davies 8 11 4... J Bowen 88
4 P-03 DOC CARVER (34)(T) Henry Oliver 8 11 3 ............... J McGrath ★99
5 515L DARK INVADER (33)(D3,G)(P) E Williams 7 11 1 ..... A Wedge 93
6 /5-F AIR DE ROCK (57) Miss V Williams 7 10 11 ............. C Deutsch 98
7 11-2 LICKPENNY LARRY (24)(D,S)(T) T R Gretton 8 10 1 ....R T Dunne 97
Star Betting: — 6-4 Air De Rock, 10-3 Lickpenny Larry, 13-2 Paddy’s
Poem, 15-2 Doc Carver, 8 Dark Invader, 12 others.
AIR DE ROCK 9-2 (11-5) Pressed leader, led
6th, clear after 8th, 5 lengths ahead when fell 2
out, in a race won by Le Coeur Net (11-5) at Ffos Las 2m hcp chs
0-105 (4) hvy in Nov, 9 ran.
Lickpenny Larry 6-1 (11-0) Tracked winner, ridden 2 out, stayed
on one pace, 2nd of 8, 1¾l behind Glance Back (11-6) at Bangor
2m 1f hcp chs 0-105 (4) sft in Dec.
Paddy’s Poem 25-1 (11-0) Led, mistake 8th, hit and headed
next, outpaced in 3rd after 3 out, no chance with clear pair before
next, blundered last, 3rd of 6, 32l behind Kalashnikov (11-5) at
Plumpton 2m 1f nov chs (3) sft in Dec.
STARFORM
STARFORM: AIR DE ROCK DANGER: Lickpenny Larry
HANDICAP HURDLE
3.50 INTERBET.COM
Cl 4 (11 fli) 2m 3f 100yds (14 run) £4,094
1
2
3
110- WILLIAM B (523)(BF,D,G)(T) T Vaughan 8 11 12 .......A Johns 84
-650 FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHT (16)(S)(B,T) D Pipe 6 11 11 ... T Scudamore 93
0-54 CARRIGMOORNA MATT (39)(S)(P,T*) N Mulholland 8 11 10
N Fehily 91
4 35-1 CLOUDY GLEN (8)(D,S) Miss V Williams 6 11 7 ..H Nugent (7) ★99
5 3616 SAMSON’S REACH (39)(D,G,S) R J Price 6 11 5... R T Dunne 90
6 56-4 HIGH NOON (79) Emma Lavelle 7 11 4 .................... A Coleman 87
7 4640 LANDOFSMILES (11) P Bowen 6 11 4 ........................ J Bowen 88
8 L-00 PICTURE PAINTER (39)(G)(B) D Pipe 6 11 2 ..... D G Noonan 81
9 L514 MEAD VALE (25)(BF,G) N Hawke 6 11 2 .........T Buckley (10) 89
10 32-L BELLAMY’S GREY (31) C J Gray 7 10 13................ M G Nolan 91
11 L/P- SMOKING JACKET (580)(G) T R George 9 10 12
Jonathan Burke 80
12 2-0F CHLOE’S COURT (12) R Walford 6 10 10 ................M Griffiths 89
13
32 CASWELL BAY (31) E Williams 4 10 6......................... A Wedge 92
14 04-0 MOUNTAIN OF MOURNE (43)(CD,S)(B)
Miss L Blackford 10 10 0James Best 87
LONG HANDICAP: Mountain Of Mourne 9-12.
Star Betting: — 13-8 Cloudy Glen, 8 Friday Night Light, Caswell Bay,
10 William B, Mead Vale, 12 Carrigmoorna Matt, Smoking Jacket, 14
Landofsmiles, Chloe’s Court, High Noon, 16 others.
CLOUDY GLEN 8-1 (11-2) Made all, drew clear
after 4 out, mistake next, very easily, won at
Haydock 2m 3f cond hcp hdl 0-120 (4) sft in Dec beating Jabulani
(11-2) by 8l, 11 ran.
Caswell Bay 7-2 (11-0) Held up in rear, driven before 2 out, well
held 5th approaching last, ridden and stayed on to snatch 2nd near
finish, no chance with impressive winner, 2nd of 6, 23l behind
Torpillo (11-5) at Sandown 2m 3yo hdl (2) hvy in Dec.
Friday Night Light 20-1 (10-1) Led, ridden and headed on long
run before 2 out, lost 2nd 2 out, weakened quickly, 15th of 21, 22l
behind Mohaayed (11-10) at Ascot 2m hcp hdl G3 (1) sft in Dec.
STARFORM
STARFORM: CLOUDY GLEN DANGER: Caswell Bay
YESTERDAY’S RESULTS AND PRICES
NEWCASTLE
1.00: 1, GREY MIST (J Hart 5-6
fav); 2, Shine Baby Shine (5-1); 3,
Galileo’s Spear (5-1). 11/4l, 4l. 8
ran. K McLintock. Tote: £1.70; pl
£1.10, £1.70, £1.60. Exacta: £6.30.
Tricast: £11.82. Trifecta: £19.40.
CSF: £4.79. NR: Rubenesque.
1.30: 1, BELABOUR (Becky
Brisbourne 11-2); 2, Nevada (3-1
fav); 3, Hugoigo (18-1). 1/2l, 6l. 12
ran. W Brisbourne. Tote: £6.80; pl
£1.90, £1.30, £5.70. Exacta: £25.00.
Tricast: £273.45. Trifecta: £302.90.
CSF: £20.80.
2.00: 1, GLAN Y GORS (C Lee
16-1); 2, Champarisi (3-1); 3,
Trautmann (5-2). 2-1 fav Isle Of
Avalon. nk, nk. 9 ran. D Thompson.
Tote: £17.40; pl £3.50, £1.20, £1.20.
Exacta: £95.90. Tricast: £163.61.
Trifecta: £502.40. CSF: £61.99. NR:
Luv U Whatever, Tor.
2.30: 1, ELYSEES PALACE (L
Morris 8-11 fav); 2, Dommersen
(14-1); 3, Mr Carbonator (5-1). 3/4l,
1l. 9 ran. Sir M Prescott. Tote:
£1.60; pl £1.02, £2.40, £1.80. Exacta:
£11.50. Tricast: £28.19. Trifecta:
£46.90. CSF: £10.47.
3.00: 1, ONE VISION (J Mitchell
9-4 fav); 2, Top Power (11-2); 3,
War Tiger (11-2). hd, 23/4l. 9 ran. C
Appleby. Tote: £3.40; pl £1.10,
£2.00, £1.80. Exacta: £15.30. CSF:
£15.08.
3.30: 1, MADE OF HONOUR (C
Lee 7-1); 2, Call Out Loud (11-4); 3,
Portledge (9-4 fav). shd, 3l. 6 ran. K
Burke. Tote: £5.30; pl £2.50, £1.70.
Exacta: £19.10. Trifecta: £62.40.
CSF: £24.25.
QUADPOT: £8.40
PLACEPOT: £18.30
PLUMPTON
12.40: 1, BRANDON CASTLE
(Bryony Frost 10-11 fav); 2,
Baddesley Prince (7-1); 3, Zoffany
Bay (2-1). 6l, 21/4l. 12 ran. N King.
Tote: £1.80; pl £1.02, £2.50, £1.50.
Exacta: £9.10. Trifecta: £21.70.
CSF: £9.44. NR: Los Cerritos.
1.10: 1, MASTER DINO (D Jacob
11-10 fav); 2, Knocknanuss (9-4); 3,
Good Man Pat (16-1). 7l, 7l. 6 ran.
G Macaire. Tote: £1.70; pl £1.20,
£1.60. Exacta: £3.80. Trifecta:
£19.90. CSF: £4.12.
1.40: 1, PHOENIX WAY (A
Coleman 11-8 fav); 2, Third Wind
(3-1); 3, Commanche Red (7-2). 1l,
5l. 13 ran. H Fry. Tote: £2.00; pl
£1.20, £1.50, £1.20. Exacta: £6.40.
Trifecta: £16.90. CSF: £5.91.
2.10: 1, DUC KAUTO (H Cobden
11-2); 2, Zante (10-1); 3, Lee Side
Lady (5-1). 4-1 fav Give Him Time.
13/4l, 11/2l. 14 ran. C Tizzard. Tote:
£5.80; pl £2.20, £4.00, £2.10. Exacta:
£98.90. Tricast: £302.34. Trifecta:
£675.60. CSF: £59.33. NR: Truckers
Tangle.
2.40: 1, THE TWO AMIGOS (M
Griffiths 11-8 fav); 2, Calin Du
Brizais (14-1); 3, Pearl Swan (9-1).
21/4l, 21l. 8 ran. Nicky Martin.
Tote: £2.20; pl £1.10, £3.50, £2.50.
Exacta: £19.90. Tricast: £131.15.
Trifecta: £112.40. CSF: £20.78.
3.10: 1, ALF ‘N’ DOR (S Bowen
13-2); 2, Finnegan’s Garden (5-1);
3, Le Capricieux (5-2 fav). 31/2l, 2l.
8 ran. P Bowen. Tote: £8.50; pl
£2.50, £1.80, £1.30. Exacta: £49.60.
Tricast: £101.56. CSF: £38.92. NR:
Maguire’s Glen.
3.40: 1, FIRST QUEST (R T
Dunne 3-1 jtfav); 2, Mr Jack (20-1);
3, Dream Baie (12-1). 3-1 jtfav
Oden. 41/2l, 31/4l. 10 ran. J Boyle.
Tote: £4.60; pl £1.90, £4.20, £4.20.
Exacta: £68.80. Tricast: £646.56.
Trifecta: £581.50. CSF: £61.19.
JACKPOT: £3,043.00
QUADPOT: £8.50
PLACEPOT: £10.20
NAAS
12.50: 1, VALDIEU (S W
Flanagan 10-3); 2, Final List (9-1);
3, He’s Ok (100-1); 4, Mama Tried
(100-1). 5-6 fav Barrington Court.
61/2l, 6l, 51/2l. 19 ran. N Meade.
Tote: 4.50; pl 2.10, 2.50, 27.00.
Exacta: 34.60. Trifecta: Not won.
CSF: 33.58.
1.20: 1, ARTICULUM (D J
Mullins evens); 2, Campeador (9-10
fav); 3, Muroor (22-1). 71/2l, 20l. 3
ran. T O’Brien. Tote: 1.80; Exacta:
2.50. Trifecta: 2.30. CSF: 2.31.
1.50: 1, BATTLEOVERDOYEN
(Jack Kennedy 2-1 fav); 2, Sams
Profile (16-1); 3, Getareason (12-1).
23/4l, 2l. 8 ran. G Elliott. Tote:
3.00; pl 3.10, 2.30, 1.20.
Exacta: 26.40. Trifecta: 291.80.
CSF: 33.56. NR: Commander Of
Fleet.
2.20: 1, PUNCHES CROSS (M P
Walsh 2-1 fav); 2, Quamino (9-1); 3,
Arvico Bleu (5-2). hd, shd. 7 ran.
Joseph P O’Brien. Tote: 2.60; pl
1.40, 2.90. Exacta: 12.70.
Trifecta: 53.20. CSF: 18.86.
2.50: 1, MYSTIQUE HEIGHTS
(R A Doyle 16-1); 2, Latoyah Of
North (12-1); 3, Eviscerating (13-2);
4, Uno Momento (16-1). 9-2 fav
Ming Dynasty. 1l, 3/4l, nk. 19 ran. L
Comer. Tote: 25.00; pl 4.00,
4.20, 1.80, 5.40. Exacta:
441.90.
Tricast:
1423.77.
Trifecta: 1152.30. CSF: 204.14.
3.20: 1, MERI DEVIE (B J
Cooper 5-2); 2, Grey Waters (10-3);
3, Mysloegin (10-1). 5-4 fav High
School Days. 13l, 33/4l. 6 ran. Paul
Nolan. Tote: 3.10; pl 1.30, 1.60.
Exacta: 9.30. Trifecta: 41.00.
CSF: 11.34. NR: Missy Tata, Tell
Me Annie.
3.50: 1, ALIYM (Mr P Cawley
20-1); 2, Top Moon (11-8 fav); 3,
Zambezir (10-3). shd, 3l. 9 ran.
David Kelly. Tote: 20.90; pl 3.00,
1.02, 1.50. Exacta: 40.70.
Trifecta: 194.70. CSF: 48.74.
NR: Cottie, Thousand Tears.
JACKPOT: 1,287.50
PLACEPOT: 790.20
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
MUSSELBURGH
12.50
BETWAY HANDICAP CHASE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m (2 run)
£8,837
JASON HEAVEY
1 12L2 ONTOPOFTHEWORLD (12)(D3,G,S)(P) P Bowen 10 11 12
S Bowen ★99
2 4343 CHAIN OF BEACONS (28)(D,G)(T) Katie Scott 10 10 11 ... C Bewley 92
Star Betting: — 4-9 Ontopoftheworld, 15-8 Chain Of Beacons.
2018: Mixboy 8 11 12, B Hughes Evens Fav (K Dalgleish), 5 ran.
ONTOPOFTHEWORLD 13-2 (11-1) Chased
STARFORM leaders,
outpaced 9th, kept on from last, went
2nd run-in, no chance with winner, 2nd of 7, 1¼l behind Admiral’s
Secret (11-2) at Wincanton 2m hcp chs 0-130 (3) gs in Dec.
Chain Of Beacons 6-1 (11-9) Keen early, tracked leaders, ridden
2 out, no extra flat, just held on to 3rd close home, 3rd of 5, 15l
behind Monsieur Co (11-12) at Musselburgh 2m hcp chs 0-120 (4)
gd in Dec.
BETWAY EBF ‘NH’ MAIDEN HURDLE
Class 4 (16 flights) 2m 4f (5 run)
£4,094
1 453 LOOK NOW (42) J Ewart 6 11 6 .......................Lucy Alexander 83
2 3-35 NEFYN POINT (12) D McCain 5 11 6 ..........................B Hughes ★99
3
00 REAL ARMANI (25) Mrs J Walton 7 11 6 ..... Sam Coltherd (5) 82
4 0P-P FAIR HOUXTY (232)(H*) T Reed 7 10 13 ...............H Reed (3) 79
5 24-P INDIAN OPERA (22) I Jardine 7 10 13 .......Ross Chapman (3) 98
Star Betting: — 10-11 Nefyn Point, 9-4 Indian Opera, 5 Look Now, 16
Real Armani, 20 Fair Houxty.
2018: No corresponding race.
POINT 11-2 (10-12) Tracked leader, effort
STARFORM NEFYN
2 out, ridden and lost place when wandered
between last 2, no impression from last, 5th of 6, 12l behind Skipping
On (10-5) at Sedgefield 2m 4f nh nov hdl (4) sft in Dec.
Look Now 22-1 (10-9) Led until over 3f out, soon ridden and
weakened, 3rd of 5, 23l behind Glorious Lady (10-7) at Musselburgh
2m NH flat (5) gd in Nov.
Indian Opera 14-1 (10-9) Tracked leaders, lost place before 5
out, tailed off when pulled up after 3 out, in a race won by Monbeg
Zena (10-12) at Southwell 3m mdn hdl (4) sft in Dec, 6 ran.
Real Armani 100-1 (11-0) Mid-division on inside, lost place over
6f out, soon behind, 12th of 14, well behind Corrieben Reiver (1011) at Newcastle 2m NH flat (5) gs in Dec.
Fair Houxty 10-1 (11-12) A bhnd; t.o & pu aft 14, in a race won
by Marauder (12-5) at Border 3m ptp gd in May, 12 ran.
STARFORM: NEFYN POINT DANGER: Look Now
CHASE
1.55 BETWAY
Class 4 (16 fences) 2m 4f (6 run)
£4,614
1
2
3
4
5
6
2L23 HENRY’S JOY (12)(S)(P) D McCain 6 11 8 ...............B Hughes ★99
3360 FORTUNES HIDING (61)(G)(T) P Bowen 6 11 1 ....... S Bowen 98
0-LL THE ROAD HOME (70)(S)(T) Miss L Russell 7 11 1.. Derek Fox 98
-434 BUYER BEWARE (20) A Crook 7 11 0 ....................... J Kington 90
LL3L BENNY’S SECRET (30)(G,S)(H) N Alexander 9 10 8..Lucy Alexander 98
2443 COOL VALLEY (5) William Young Jnr 10 10 5..Sam Coltherd (5) 91
Star Betting: — 9-4 Henry’s Joy, 5-2 Fortunes Hiding, 4 Benny’s
Secret, 5 The Road Home, 10 Buyer Beware, 12 Cool Valley.
2018: Middlebrow 7 10 13, W Kennedy 11-4 (D McCain), 6 ran.
HIDING 33-1 (11-0) In rear, headSTARFORM FORTUNES
way on outside 7th, no impression from 4 out,
8th of 16, 50l behind Kateson (11-0) at Chepstow 2m 3f mdn hdl (5)
sft in Nov.
Henry’s Joy 6-1 (11-12) Tracked leaders in 4th, ridden to chase
clear pair after 4 out, kept on same pace, never able to get on terms,
3rd of 6, 14l behind Eureu Du Boulay (11-2) at Sedgefield 2m 3f hcp
chs 0-115 (4) sft in Dec.
Benny’s Secret 7-2 (11-12) Held up, ridden 4 out, soon weakened, tailed off, 5th of 8, 42l behind Lady Master (10-9) at Wetherby
2m 3f nov hcp chs 0-105 (4) sft in Dec.
STARFORM: FORTUNES HIDING DANGER: Cool Valley
Ontopoftheworld
Nefyn Point
Henry’s Joy
Dance Of Fire
Ballycrystal Court
Alright Sunshine
GOING: GOOD
STARFORM: ONTOPOFTHEWORLD
1.25
HANDICAP HURDLE
3.00 BETWAY
Class 4 (14 flights) 3m (7 runners) £5,588
STAR TIP
Ontopoftheworld 12.50
Nefyn Point 1.25
Benny’s Secret 1.55
Dance Of Fire 2.25
Ballynanty 3.00
Alright Sunshine 3.35
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
HANDICAP HURDLE
2.25 BETWAY
Class 4 (9 flights) 2m (13 runners) £4,159
1 423L IMPERIAL FOCUS (12)(P) S Waugh 6 11 12..G Cockburn (3) 95
2 0505 FELIX MENDELSSOHN (16)(T) W Coltherd 8 11 8
Sam Coltherd (5) 92
3 056B CAPTAIN BROWN (67)(D2,G,S)(P) J Moffatt 11 11 5 ..H Brooke 96
4 3P65 WOT A SHOT (32)(CD,D,G) N Richards 10 11 3 .............. R Day 95
5 24P0 ELYSIAN PRINCE (20)(D,G) A B Hamilton 8 11 1 ..C McCormack (3) 92
6 4243 SARVI (6) J Goldie 4 11 0 .............................................. C Bewley 97
7 6L-6 DANCE OF FIRE (35) N Alexander 7 11 0 ......Lucy Alexander ★99
8 62FP FRAME RATE (20) I Jardine 4 10 10 .........................C O’Farrell 85
9 -023 LIFE KNOWLEDGE (6)(B) A Crook 7 10 10 .............. J Kington 96
10 4633 URBAN KODE (35)(C,D2,G,S)(V) Miss L Russell 11 10 1
T Willmott (7) 98
11 -PP5 PAINTERS LAD (35) Mrs A C Hamilton 8 10 0 ...........B Hughes 91
12 0204 HEY BOB (61)(D,G)(T) C Grant 7 10 0 .......................S Quinlan 94
13 P0L0 LEONASISLAND (16)(H) W Coltherd 7 10 0 ........... J Hamilton 89
LONG HANDICAP: Hey Bob 9-8, Leonasisland 9-8.
Star Betting: — 4 Urban Kode, 11-2 Sarvi, 6 Life Knowledge, 8 Felix
Mendelssohn, Dance Of Fire, 10 Hey Bob, Wot A Shot, 12 others.
2018: Nendrum 9 11 2, J Hamilton(3) 11-4 Fav (A M Thomson),
12 ran.
A SHOT 18-1 (10-13) In touch in rear,
STARFORM WOT
ridden 2 out, not trouble leaders, 5th of 7, 13l
behind Love Lane (11-2) at Market Rasen 2m 1f con hcp hdl 0-110
(4) sft in Dec.
Urban Kode 11-2 (9-10) Tracked clear leader until 6th, blundered
4 out, soon ridden, kept on one pace, 3rd of 6, 11l behind Come On
Charlie (11-11) at Musselburgh 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gd in Dec.
Sarvi 11-2 (10-5) With leader, led after 3rd, headed before 3 out,
rallied and every chance next, mistake last, no extra closing stages,
3rd of 7, 12l behind Hannon (10-12) at Musselburgh 2m 4yo hdl (4)
gd.
Life Knowledge 12-1 (10-9) With winner, led after 3rd to before
next, in touch, challenged before 2 out, soon ridden and outpaced,
no chance with front pair between last 2, 3rd of 11, 10l behind The
Herds Garden (11-5) at Catterick 2m hcp hdl 0-105 (4) gd.
Dance Of Fire 11-1 (11-12) Held up, ridden and headway 2 out,
no impression after, 6th of 10, 17l behind Spin The Coin (12-3) at
Musselburgh 2m hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Dec.
Felix Mendelssohn 14-1 (11-9) Mid-division, headway 3 out,
never on terms, 5th of 12, 12l behind Green Zone (11-2) at
Newcastle 2m hcp hdl 0-100 (5) sft in Dec.
Hey Bob 5-2 (10-3) Chased leaders, ridden 3 out, no extra next,
4th of 6, 19l behind Rioja Day (9-7) at Musselburgh 2m hcp hdl
0-100 (5) gf in Nov.
Captain Brown 9-1 (11-9) Mid-division, badly hampered and
brought down 4th, in a race won by Outcrop (11-11) at Sedgefield
2m 1f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Nov, 12 ran.
STARFORM: WOT A SHOT DANGER: Sarvi
WOLVERHAMPTON
4.15
1 (11)
2 (5)
3 (1)
4 (9)
5 (10)
6 (8)
APPRENTICE HANDICAP
Class 6 7f (12 runners)
£3,105
JASON HEAVEY
TIDAL SURGE (25)(G) J L Eyre 4 9 7 .............. Jane Elliott 82
CLASSY CAILIN (52) D M Loughnane 4 9 4 ........E J Walsh 89
KELLINGTON KITTY (26) Mike Murphy 4 9 4 ... T Ladd (3) 89
MUSBAQ (17)(BF)(P) B Haslam 4 9 4 ..... Tristan Price (7) ★99
SHOVEL IT ON (28)(D,G,S) S Flook 4 9 2 ....Finley Marsh 85
CASTLEREA TESS (11)(C2,D,A,G)(P)
Sarah Hollinshead 6 9 2 G Malune (3) 87
7 (3) 00-4 PIPER BOMB (3)(BF,A)(P*,T) A McGuinness (IRE) 4 9 2 ..W Cox 92
8 (4) 000- MR ANDROS (18)(D2,A)(V) B Powell 6 9 2 ...Scott McCullagh (5) 88
9 (2) 00-4 TACEEC (3) A McGuinness (IRE) 4 9 0 ............ C McGovern 98
10 (6) 00-3 DODGY BOB (3)(G,S)(V) M Mullineaux 6 9 0....Phil Dennis 90
11 (7) 204- MALAYSIAN BOLEH (10)(CD2,C,D5,A,F,G)(B,E)
P McEntee 9 8 13 Grace McEntee (7) 89
12(12) 026- HARBOUR PATROL (67)(CD,D2,A,G,S)(B)
Rebecca Bastiman 7 8 13 Ben Robinson 91
Star Betting: — 10-3 Musbaq, 9-2 Piper Bomb, 5 Taceec, 6 Malaysian
Boleh, 10 Dodgy Bob, Harbour Patrol, 12 Mr Andros, 14 others.
00006005L5030000L0-
BOMB 15-8fav (9-8) In touch, pushed
STARFORM PIPER
along over 2f out, headway entering final furlong,
stayed on, 4th of 10, 2¼l behind New Rich (9-1) at Wolverhampton
6f Classified Stakes (0-50) (3yo+) (6).
Musbaq 2-1fav (9-5) Raced wide tracked leaders, chased winner
over 2f out, ridden and no impression over 1f out, lost 2nd close
home, 3rd of 10, 2½l behind Astrojewel (9-2) at Southwell 7f hcp
(0-55) (6) fbs in Dec.
Taceec 16-1 (9-0) Held up in mid-division, headway when not
clear run over 2f out until well over 1f out, ridden and one pace in
4th over 1f out, 4th of 13, 4l behind Diamond Reflection (9-1) at
Wolverhampton 1m 1f Classified Stakes (0-50) (4yo+) (6).
STARFORM: PIPER BOMB DANGER: Mucbaq
STAKES
4.45 NOVICE
Class 5 7f (11 runners)
£3,752
1 (7) 61/ FOLLOWTHESTEPS (560)(C,A) I Furtado 4 9 9..T Hamilton 92
2 (9) 346- BLAME CULTURE (105) G Margarson 4 9 2 ....... D Probert ★99
3 (1) LL- GENEVA TRUMPET (65) Seb Spencer 8 9 2 . Harry Russell (7) 84
4 (5)
MASTER DIVER Sir M Prescott 4 9 2........................L Morris 88
5 (10)
5- MY TOWN CHICAGO (23) Kevin Frost 4 9 2 .......J Mitchell 96
6 (6)
4- ORIENT EXPRESS (20) R Fahey 4 9 2 ...............B McHugh 98
7 (4) 5L- LAMBRINI LULLABY (20) Mrs L Williamson 4 8 11 ...K Lundie (5) 87
8 (2) 505- MYSTICAL MOON (18)(V*) D C Griffiths 4 8 11 ...Phil Dennis (3) 84
9 (11)
5- PURBECK GEM (111) R Brisland 5 8 11 ..Robbie Walsh (7) 91
10 (8) 53/ STRAWBERRYANDCREAM (410) J Bethell 4 8 11
Nicola Currie 94
11 (3) 00- SUTTONWOOD SALLY (31) G Deacon 5 8 11 .....K O’Neill 83
Star Betting: — 9-4 Blame Culture, 3 Followthesteps, 5
Strawberryandcream, 11-2 Orient Express, 6 Master Diver, 12 others.
2018: Maximinus Thrax 4 9 2, O Murphy 7-4 (D M Simcock), drawn
(5), 5 ran.
7-1 (9-2) Went left start,
STARFORM FOLLOWTHESTEPS
chased leader, ridden over 1f out, led inside final
furlong, stayed on well, won at Wolverhampton 5f 2yo nov stks (4)
in Jun ‘17 beating Branscombe (9-8) by ¾l, 10 ran.
Blame Culture 7-1 (9-2) Chased leaders, ridden over 2f out,
hung right and beaten over 1f out, 6th of 11, 6l behind Dragon
Mountain (8-13) at Kempton 1m 2f hcp 0-80 (4) pol in Sep.
Strawberryandcream 5-1 (9-0) Slowly into stride, soon held
up in touch, switched left well over 2f out, kept on final furlong,
went 3rd towards finish, 3rd of 8, 1¾l behind Great Shot Sam
(9-0) at Newcastle 7f Fillies Novice Auction Stakes (2yo) (6) in Nov
‘17.
STARFORM: FOLLLOWTHESTEPS DANGER: Blame Culture
5.15
BETWAY SPRINT HANDICAP
Class 6 5f (11 runners)
Piper Bomb
Blame Culture
Storm Trooper
Given Choice
Pike Corner Cross
Goring
Hermocrates (trb)
Zafaranah
STAR TIP
4.15
4.45
5.15
5.45
6.15
6.45
7.15
7.45
Dodgy Bob
Followthesteps
Alaskan Bay
Given Choice
False Id
Goring
Fenjal
Elenora Delight
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
STRIPES 5-1 (8-1) Disputed lead led over
STARFORM RED
1f out, soon edged left, headed and lost two
places close home, 3rd of 9, ¾l behind Brandy Station (9-1) at
Wolverhampton 5f hcp (0-65) (6) in Dec.
Storm Trooper 8-1 (9-8) Raced keenly, with leader, ridden 1f out,
kept on and every chance inside final furlong, held towards finish,
2nd of 11, ½l behind Captain Ryan (9-8) at Wolverhampton 5f
Classified Stakes (0-50) (3yo+) (6).
Alaskan Bay 3-1 (9-3) Chased leaders on inside, led inside final
furlong, ran on, won at Wolverhampton 5f hcp (6) in Dec beating
Red Stripes (8-13) by ¾l, 11 ran.
Captain Ryan 10-1 (9-8) Held up towards rear, driven and
headway over 1f out, ridden inside final furlong, stayed on to lead
inside final 75 yards, won at Wolverhampton 5f Classified Stakes
(0-50) (3yo+) (6) beating Storm Trooper (9-8) by ½l, 11 ran.
STARFORM: RED STRIPES DANGER: Storm Trooper
£3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
(6) 624- TIDAL WATCH (19)(BF)(P*) Jonjo O’Neill 5 9 9.. Fran Berry 90
(5) 412- GIVEN CHOICE (18)(C,A) S Crisford 4 9 8..........J Mitchell ★99
(3) 000- JACK BEAR (28)(CD,D,A,S)(V*) R Teal 8 9 8 .. R Winston 88
(4) 056- FALCON CLIFFS (19)(A) A Carroll 5 9 3 ... Poppy Bridgwater (5) 87
(1) 00L- DREAM MAGIC (52)(C2,A) D M Loughnane 5 9 3 ....A Mullen 88
(2) 331- YASIR (23)(C7,A,S) Mrs S Leech 11 8 7 .............. D Probert 92
Star Betting: — 13-8 Given Choice, 11-4 Yasir, 3 Tidal Watch, 10 Jack
Bear, 12 Falcon Cliffs, 16 Dream Magic.
2018: Jack Bear 7 9 9, O Murphy 11-2 (R Teal), drawn (10), 11 ran.
4-1 (8-10) Mid-division, headway on outSTARFORM YASIR
side over 3f out, ridden to chase front pair over
1f out, stayed on well inside final furlong, led post, won at
Wolverhampton 1m 4f hcp (0-65) (6) in Dec beating Ice Canyon
(9-5) by hd, 11 ran.
Given Choice 8-1 (8-5) Took keen hold, prominent, led 11f out,
headed over 1f out, no impression on winner inside final furlong,
2nd of 8, 4l behind Aircraft Carrier (9-0) at Chelmsford City 1m 6f
3yo hcp (2) pol in Dec.
Tidal Watch 9-4fav (9-12) Held up, pushed along and headway
2f out, stayed on towards finish, 4th of 11, 2¼l behind Dance To
Paris (9-6) at Lingfield 2m hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Dec.
Jack Bear 14-1 (9-3) Towards rear, ridden over 2f out, never a
factor, 7th of 9, 22l behind Aircraft Carrier (9-2) at Wolverhampton
1m 6f hcp 0-85 (4) in Dec.
STARFORM: YASIR DANGER: Given Choice
£3,105
1 (2) 441- ALASKAN BAY (17)(CD2,A) R Guest 4 9 7 ..........M Harley ★99
2 (1) 00-1 CAPTAIN RYAN (5)(CD2,D3,A,F,G,S)(P)
G Deacon 8 9 6(6ex) K O’Neill 96
3 (4) 323- RED STRIPES (11)(D4,A)(B) Mrs L Williamson 7 9 4
Elisha Whittington (7) 98
4 (8) 456- ZIPEDEEDODAH (35)(CD2,D5,A,G) J Tuite 7 9 3 .. Nicola Currie 92
5 (9) 00-0 SHESTHEDREAM (5)(G)(H,P*) Mrs L Williamson 6 8 13
C Hardie 87
6 (6) 26-2 STORM TROOPER (5)(D2,G)(T) C Wallis 8 8 12...R Kingscote 97
7 (7) 00-0 WHISPERING SOUL (5)(D,G)(B) B Baugh 6 8 12 .L Morris 88
8 (3) 605- BEAMING (107) P Hiatt 5 8 12................................R Hornby 88
9 (11) L03- CELERITY (7)(P) Mrs L Williamson 5 8 12 ....... K Lundie (5) 92
10 (5) 0L0- BARNSDALE (18)(D,A) Steph Hollinshead 6 8 12
Megan Ellingworth (7) 86
11(10) 6LL- MINTY JONES (61)(D,G,S)(V) M Mullineaux 10 8 12 . Phil Dennis (3) 84
LONG HANDICAP: Whispering Soul 8-11, Beaming 8-11, Celerity
8-11, Barnsdale 8-11, Minty Jones 8-11.
Star Betting: — 11-4 Alaskan Bay, 4 Red Stripes, 9-2 Captain Ryan,
5 Storm Trooper, 7 Zipedeedodah, 12 Beaming, 16 others.
1 -1L0 TYRELL (12)(D,G,S)(P) A Crook 6 11 12................... J Kington 94
2 0-56 FLY VINNIE (28)(CD2,C,G,S) A Whillans 10 11 10 .. C Bewley 91
3 0444 RAINY CITY (20)(G,S)(B,T) D McCain 9 11 7 ...........B Hughes 98
4 4-62 BALLYCRYSTAL COURT (28)(C,G) N Richards 7 11 5 . R Day ★99
5 3-2L COLBY (20)(P*) C Grant 6 11 2 ...................................S Quinlan 93
6 5L0L MAX LIEBERMANN (28)(A)(P) Miss L Russell 5 10 11
B Campbell (5) 90
7 L5U3 BALLYNANTY (6)(T) N Alexander 7 10 9 .......Lucy Alexander 89
Star Betting: — 6-5 Ballycrystal Court, 7-2 Rainy City, 7 Colby, 8
Tyrell, 10 Max Liebermann, 12 Fly Vinnie, 14 Ballynanty.
2018: No corresponding race.
CITY 11-2 (11-12) Mostly in touch, slow
STARFORM RAINY
1st, not fluent 5th, led after 3 out, headed 2 out,
no extra flat, 4th of 8, 8l behind Too Many Chiefs (12-0) at Catterick
3m 1f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) sft in Dec.
Colby 9-2 (11-5) Chased leaders, not fluent 3 out, soon
weakened, 7th of 8, 31l behind Too Many Chiefs (12-0) at Catterick
3m 1f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) sft in Dec.
Ballycrystal Court 5-1 (11-1) Mainly tracked winner, ridden 2
out, joined winner when edged left flat, no extra close home, 2nd of
6, ½l behind Golden Jeffrey (11-6) at Musselburgh 2m 4f cond hcp
hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Dec.
Tyrell 50-1 (11-6) Mid-division, headway after 8th, lost place
before 3 out, 8th of 14, 27l behind Teescomponents Lad (10-10) at
Wetherby 2m 5f hcp hdl 0-130 (3) gs in Dec.
Max Liebermann 33-1 (10-11) In touch in rear, effort 3 out,
ridden 2 out, weakened next, last of 6, 6l behind Golden Jeffrey
(11-6) at Musselburgh 2m 4f cond hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Dec.
Fly Vinnie 28-1 (11-7) Tracked leader until pushed along 9th, lost
place after 4 out, close up, ridden 3 out, weakened last, 6th of 9,
16l behind Court Liability (11-9) at Musselburgh 3m hcp hdl 0-130
(3) gd in Dec.
Ballynanty 16-1 (10-11) Behind, blundered 1st, headway to
chase leaders after 3 out, every chance last, kept on same pace
closing stages, 3rd of 7, 3½l behind Chebsey Beau (11-2) at
Musselburgh 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd.
STARFORM: RAINY CITY DANGER: Colby
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
3.35 STANDARD
Class 4 2m (4 runners)
£3,249
1
2
3
4
1 MALYSTIC (52)(D,G) P Niven 5 11 9 .......................... H Brooke 89
12 ALRIGHT SUNSHINE (16)(BF,G) K Dalgleish 4 10 11 B Hughes ★99
63 AURORA THUNDER (58) Miss L Russell 5 10 9 ...B Campbell (5) 92
5 KAIZER (37) A Whillans 4 10 4 ............................... Craig Nichol 89
Star Betting: — 5-6 Alright Sunshine, 5-2 Malystic, 5 Aurora Thunder,
10 Kaizer.
2018: Paper Promise 6 10 12, C Whillans(3) 7-2 (D Whillans), 9 ran.
SUNSHINE 6-4fav (11-5) In touch,
STARFORM ALRIGHT
headway over 3f out, soon chasing leaders,
every chance over 1f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 2nd of
11, 2½l behind Lossiemouth (10-12) at Newcastle 1m 7f 3yo NH flat
(5) sft in Dec.
Malystic 13-2 (10-12) Tracked leader, led 2f out, ridden and
joined inside final furlong, stayed on to assert inside final 150 yards,
won at Newcastle 2m NH flat (5) gd in Nov beating Just Call Me Al
(10-9) by 1 3/4l, 10 ran.
Aurora Thunder 16-1 (10-7) Mid-division, chased leaders 4f out,
ridden over 2f out, one pace when edged left final furlong, no
impression, 3rd of 11, 14l behind Timetochill (10-5) at Kelso 2m
mares n h flat (5) gd in Nov.
Kaizer 20-1 (10-12) Chased leaders, pushed along over 1f out,
stayed on well and went 2nd inside final furlong, not reach winner,
5th of 8, 16l behind Book Of Invasions (10-12) at Doncaster 1m 5f
3yo NH flat (5) gf in Dec.
STARFORM: ALRIGHT SUNSHINE DANGER: Malystic
RULES 4-1 (9-1) Mid-division,
STARFORM CHAMPAGNE
headway over 2f out, led over 1f out, kept on
well, won at Wolverhampton 1m 1f hcp 0-60 (6) in Dec beating
Splash Of Verve (8-3) by 2l, 10 ran.
Arrowzone 7-1 (9-4) Chased leaders, went 2nd 3f out, led over
1f out, headed close home, 2nd of 11, nk behind False Id (9-2) at
Wolverhampton 1m 1f hcp 0-60 (6) in Dec.
False Id 13-2 (9-2) Slowly into stride, held up in rear, headway
when not much room entering final furlong, ran on well, led close
home, won at Wolverhampton 1m 1f hcp 0-60 (6) in Dec beating
Arrowzone (9-4) by nk, 11 ran.
Pike Corner Cross 7-1 (9-6) Mid-division, headway over 2f out,
went 2nd and edged left entering final furlong, lost 2nd towards
finish, ran on, 3rd of 11, ¾l behind False Id (9-2) at Wolverhampton
1m 1f hcp 0-60 (6) in Dec.
STARFORM: CHAMPAGNE RULES DANGER: Arrowzone
CONDITIONS STAKES
6.45 BETWAY
Class 2 1m 1f 104yds (6 runners) £11,972
GOING: STANDARD
LIVE CASINO HANDICAP
5.45 BETWAY
Class 5 1m 6f (6 runners)
39
CASINO HANDICAP
6.15 BETWAY
Class 6 1m 1f 104yds (13 runners) £3,105
1 (3) /43- BOLLIHOPE (304)(BF,A,G) S L Keightley 7 9 7 .....R Havlin 92
2 (2) 653- PIKE CORNER CROSS (12)(CD,A) E De Giles 7 9 7 ... K O’Neill 95
3 (7) 261- CHAMPAGNE RULES (12)(CD,A,S) Mrs S Watt 8 9 7
Phil Dennis (3) 98
4 (10) /64- MIDNIGHT VIXEN (24) D M Simcock 5 9 6 .......S Donohoe 91
5 (6) 402- ARROWZONE (12)(CD4,A,G,S)(B) Kevin Frost 8 9 6 ....J Hart 95
6 (13) 101- FALSE ID (12)(CD,C,A,G)(B) David Loughnane 6 9 5 ....D Probert ★99
7 (9) 600- ISLAND FLAME (51)(CD,A,G,S)(P) J L Eyre 6 9 3 ...R Winston 93
8 (4) 600- LA SIOUX (30)(G)(B*) R Fahey 5 9 2................ T Hamilton 89
9 (11) 334- FINAL ATTACK (12)(CD,C,A)(P) Sarah Hollinshead 8 9 0
G Malune (3) 95
10 (1) 405- KODI KOH (12) P Evans 4 9 0 .................................J F Egan 91
11 (8) 600- BEADLAM (20)(CD,C,A,G)(P) Roger Fell 6 8 13...B Sanderson (5) 91
12 (5) 350- LIFEBOAT (J20) Kevin Frost 4 8 13 .........................L Morris 87
13(12) 6L5- TAKIAH (47) P Hiatt 4 8 6 ........................................A Mullen 89
Star Betting: — 4 Champagne Rules, 5 False Id, 11-2 Arrowzone, 6 Pike
Corner Cross, 7 Final Attack, 8 Midnight Vixen, 12 Bollihope, 14 others.
2018: Unit of Assessment 4 9 6, A Kirby 7-2 Fav (W Knight), drawn (9), 12 ran.
1 (2) 000- CARRY ON DERYCK (319)(G,S) O Pears 7 9 1 ... Ben Robinson 87
2 (4) 004- DRAGON MALL (34)(A)(T) Rebecca Menzies 6 9 1
S Donohoe 83
3 (5) 50L- GOLD HUNTER (111)(A,G) S Flook 9 9 1 .....Finley Marsh 79
4 (3) 244- GORING (16)(A,G,S)(V) Eve J-Houghton 7 9 1......C Bishop 95
5 (1) 023- HATHAL (22)(G,S) J Osborne 7 9 1 ............... Nicola Currie ★99
6 (6) 11-6 MICHELE STROGOFF (5)(CD2,A,G,S) M Appleby 6 9 1
A Rawlinson 84
Star Betting: — 11-10 Hathal, 3 Goring, 7-2 Carry On Deryck, 12
Michele Strogoff, 14 Dragon Mall, 33 Gold Hunter.
2018: Victory Bond 5 9 1, O Murphy 2-5 Fav (W Haggas), drawn (5),
6 ran.
GORING 14-1 (9-8) In touch, headway over 1f
out, ridden to chase winner inside final furlong,
lost 2 places final strides, 4th of 7, 2¾l behind Wissahickon (9-6) at
Lingfield 1m 2f Listed stks (1) pol in Dec.
Hathal (8-12) 3rd of 14, 1¾l behind Marianafoot (8-13) at
Deauville(FR) 7f Listed stks in Dec.
Carry On Deryck 16-1 (9-0) 7th of 10, 7l behind Folkswood (9-0)
at Meydan(UAE) 1m 2f Grp 3 (1) gd in Feb.
Michele Strogoff 2-1 (10-1) Missed break, made up lost ground
to race in last pair after 2f, driven over 2f out, switched left and
headway under pressure over 1f out, soon ridden, kept on, unable
to challenge, 6th of 7, 3l behind Military Law (10-0) at Wolverhampton
1m 1f hcp 0-85 (4).
Dragon Mall 20-1 (9-4) Dwelt, held up in rear, never on terms,
4th of 5, 6l behind Glassy Waters (8-13) at Lingfield 1m 2f hcp 0-95
(3) pol in Dec.
Gold Hunter 40-1 (9-5) Raced keenly, with winner, lost place
when ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, last of 10,
16l behind Tadaawol (9-4) at Redcar 7f app hcp 0-80 (4) gf in Sep.
STARFORM
■
UP AND OVER:
Battleoverdoyen
on his way to victory
at Naas yesterday
Elliott ace’s
battling win
BATTLEOVERDOYEN
turned in a battling
performance to maintain
his unbeaten record by
landing the Grade One
Lawlor’s of Naas Novice
Hurdle yesterday.
The Gordon Elliotttrained winner was
marginally preferred at
2-1 favourite to Willie
Mullins’ Tornado Flyer,
who was third in the
Champion Bumper at last
season’s Cheltenham
Festival before making a
winning hurdling debut
at the same track.
But Tornado Flyer
was never travelling and
Ruby Walsh eventually
gave up the ghost and
pulled him up in the back
straight.
Battleoverdoyen, on the
other hand, travelled
strongly under Jack
Kennedy although he had
to show all his fighting
qualities two from home
where he was one of five
runners in with a
chance.
However, a good jump at
that penultimate obstacle
took him into the lead
■ by STUART BRODKIN
and although he was not
that fluent at the last he
stayed on for a welldeserved victory.
Sams Profile was second
for Mouse Morris, with
Mullins’ apparent third
string Getareason third.
Elliott said: “He’s a nice
horse and a big chaser in
the making.
“Jack said he’s only
learning, and when he got
to the front he didn’t
know what to do.
“He jumped his hurdles
great apart from getting
underneath the last.
“I don’t see why he
couldn’t go to
Cheltenham this year.
“It will be hurdling this
year, and chasing
straightaway next year.
Battleoverdoyen is a
general 6-1 secondfavourite for the
Ballymore Novices’
Hurdle at Cheltenham in
March.
Nicky Henderson’s
Champ is the marginal
market leader for the race
at 5-1.
STARFORM: GORING DANGER: Hathal
7.15
1 (3)
2 (1)
3 (5)
4 (6)
5 (2)
6 (7)
7 (10)
8 (8)
9 (4)
10 (9)
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FENJAL (9)(BF,A)(P) H Palmer 9 9 .........................L Morris 96
LETHAL GUEST (19) O Pears 9 8 ......... Ben Robinson (3) 93
NAVADIR (25)(H,T) M Botti 9 8 ....................... G Malune (3) 98
HERMOCRATES (31) R Hannon 9 7 .................Rossa Ryan ★99
PETERS PUDDING (21)(B) P Evans 9 4 ...............J F Egan 94
TAILS I WIN (33) Roger Fell 9 2................B Sanderson (5) 93
VIN D’HONNEUR (38)(V) S C Williams 8 10 ..... Fran Berry 96
ADAMANTLY (16) M Channon 8 8 ..........................F Norton 93
GEORGE HASTINGS (27) K Burke 8 3 ..................A Mullen 90
MARGARET J (27)(P) P McEntee 8 2 ........... Nicola Currie 91
LONG HANDICAP: Margaret J 8-1.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Fenjal, 10-3 Hermocrates, 6 Navadir, 7 Vin
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2 (2)
3 (1)
4 (9)
5 (3)
6 (4)
7 (8)
8 (10)
9 (6)
10 (7)
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£3,752
WIRRAL GIRL (33)(BF,A,G) D P Quinn 4 9 7 ........L Morris ★99
ZORAYA (12)(D2,S)(P*,T) P Cole 4 9 7 .............R Da Silva 98
ZAFARANAH (44)(CD,C,A) Mrs P Sly 5 9 6 .........R Hornby 97
CURIOUS FOX (33)(A,G,S) A Carson 6 9 4 ........ D Probert 95
ELENORA DELIGHT (18)(T) M Botti 4 9 1 .... M Monaghan 98
RIZZLE DIZZLE (192) Rebecca Menzies 4 8 12 ....C Hardie 81
WIND STORM (20) K Burke 4 8 8.................................J Hart 98
ONE MORE CHANCE (20)(A) M Appleby 4 8 8 ....A Mullen 94
QUEENS CARE (35)(D,G) Julie Camacho 4 8 7 ....K O’Neill 89
THORNTOUN LADY (19)(C,A,G) J Goldie 9 8 2 ...Nicola Currie 89
LONG HANDICAP: Thorntoun Lady 8-1.
Star Betting: — 7-2 Wirral Girl, 4 Zafaranah, 5 One More Chance,
Wind Storm, 7 Zoraya, 8 Curious Fox, 10 Elenora Delight, 20 others.
2018: Veena 5 9 8, O Murphy 10-3 (D M Simcock), drawn (1), 4 ran.
STARFORM: HERMOCRATES DANGER: Lethal Guest
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Punches’ big ko
JOSEPH O’BRIEN
continued his great run
when Punches Cross led
in the final strides to take
the two-mile handicap
chase at Naas.
Ridden by Mark Walsh,
Punches Cross was short
of room briefly before the
last where they were only
in fourth place in the
nine-runner field.
But Walsh galvanised
the 2-1 market leader for
one final effort, getting up
close home to go past
Quamino on the line for a
head success. Quamino,
the mount of Bryan
n by STUART BRODKIN
Cooper, ran gallantly, but
couldn’t stave off the late
challenge of the winner.
Rachael Blackmore
finished in third on Arvico
Blue, the 9-4 second
favourite.
O’Brien said of the
winner: “He didn’t jump
as well as he did when
winning here last time but
Mark (Walsh) gave him a
great ride to win what was
a competitive race.
“We’ll look for
something similar for
him.”
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BOXING
Johanna
drops out
■ TENNIS
BRITISH No.1 Johanna
Konta has suffered an
injury setback just a
week before the start of
the Australian Open.
The 27-year-old, ranked
37th in the world, has
withdrawn from the
Sydney International
due to a neck problem.
She retired 18 minutes
into her second-round
match against Russian
Ekaterina Alexandrova
while trailing 4-1.
Waites up
for a treble
■ DARTS
SCOTT WAITES
began his bid for a
third BDO World
Darts Championship
crown with a 3-1 win
over Belgium’s
Jeffrey van Egdom.
Waites, the champion in 2013 and 2016,
hit eight maximums
en route to victory.
He said: “My darts
are going alright but I
need to sort my
doubles out.”
Bad blow
for Gale
■ RUGBY LEAGUE
CASTLEFORD’S
preparations for the
new season have been
rocked by a serious
injury to playmaker
Luke Gale.
The England international, who missed a
chunk of last season
with a knee injury,
ruptured his Achilles
tendon in training.
“Unfortunately the
prognosis doesn’t look
great,” said director of
rugby Jon Wells.
IN
ASSOCIATION
WITH
MAKE ME
BRIT
OF AN
OFFER
Amir stalls on
Crawford deal
AMIR KHAN wants to see what
he will earn from an all-British
showdown with Kell Brook
before agreeing to face Terence
Crawford.
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 £3.9m ($5m) to face
the American but Starsport understands he
has yet to sign any deal or even give his word
that he will definitely fight Crawford.
The Stateside clash is Khan’s No.1 choice
but the Bolton fighter could still be tempted
by an offer from Eddie Hearn. The Match-
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PAYDAY
PLAN:
Amir Khan is
still keen on
a fight with
Kell Brook
■
CHOICES: Kell
Brook (right) and
Terence Crawford
(inset, left) are on
Khan’s hit list
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
to meet Crawford. Top Rank chief Bob Arum,
who promotes Crawford, will give Khan until
the end of the month to sign and they remain
confident that the fight will happen.
Khan is keen to battle for a world title again
but he is also aware that the Brook fight will
generate big money in the UK.
A deal will be complicated by the bad blood
between the pair, meaning neither man wants
to look weak in the negotiations.
Hearn is confident that he can get it done,
though, as Brook has agreed to come back
down to welterweight for the fight.
He has also agreed to a rehydration clause
that means he won’t be able to put on more
than 10lb between the weigh-in and the
morning of the fight.
room chief is keen for Khan, who has one
fight left on his contract with the British
promoter, to face Brook.
Hearn claims Khan could earn double what
he has been offered to face Crawford if he
fights his rival from Sheffield.
He is looking to stage the bout in a UK
stadium and despite both Brits looking
poor in their last fights, he is convinced it
will do huge numbers on pay-per-view.
However, Khan has yet to receive a firm
offer from Hearn.
The former light-welterweight world champion is eager to see what financial package will
be put on the table for Brook before he commits
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wonder v. France (5)
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in 1993 (3,6)
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cricketer; took 6-35 v India in
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FA CUP
SERIOUSLY
foo tba ll
LEADER
OF THE
PACK
Neves ready to
hunt down
the biggest prey
■ by JAMES NURSEY
THERE is a banner at
Molineux which reads:
“The strength of the wolf
is in the pack.”
But every pack needs a leader
and for Wolves that has been Portuguese international midfielder
Ruben Neves.
His £15.8m move from Porto in
July 2017 was a record fee for a
Championship club.
However, his decision to join
upwardly mobile Wolves has been
thoroughly vindicated and he has
played a pivotal role under Nuno
Espirito Santo.
He has even added a tattoo of a
wolf to his left arm.
“I did it because of the animal.
I feel the wolf is a very competitive animal, very intelligent,”
he said.
“He works hard to achieve his
goals and protects his family.
“I didn’t do it because of the club
but, of course, it is a bit more
special because of that.”
The emblem has added to fans’
devotion to the ace, with supporters singing: “He’s Nuno Santo’s
man, he’s better than Zidane.”
Fantastic
The visit of Liverpool in the FA
Cup tonight will hold no fears for
Neves and Wolves, who have taken
points off Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United
and Spurs this season.
But level-headed Neves, 21, seems
like the last person to get carried
away. He had his whole family over
from Portugal for New Year to
mark the end of
a “dream” 2018.
He has celebrated the first
birthday of his
daughter Magarida in the past 12 months
and
also got engaged to sweetheart
Debora, who will give birth to a
baby boy in April.
“It was a fantastic year for me
and my family,” said Neves. “We
won the Championship.
“It was my big dream, to win a
title, and we achieved it. I’ve since
made my debut in the Premier
League and enjoyed the first half
of the season.
“My girlfriend and I also got engaged and she is pregnant again. I
have a little boy due in April and I
will do my best to have another
big year for me, my family and the
club.” Neves signed a new lucra-
■
SIGN OF GREATNESS: Wolves
star Neves shows off his tattoo
(far right) having been inspired by a
banner at Molineux (below)
tive five-year deal at Wolves last
summer and seems genuinely
content.
He has two goals and an assist in
19 top-flight appearances in midfield alongside countryman Joao
Moutinho, 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.
“It was really special when he
signed here,” said Neves. “He
was a reference for me as a ball
boy and now to play with him, it
is unbelievable.”
But the player Neves has always
looked up to the most is Italian
legend Andrea Pirlo, a World Cup
winner, who retired aged 38 in
November 2017.
Neves would love an equally
glorious career and, given his
ability and intellect, it can’t be
ruled out.
What is certain is he will add to
his nine Portugal caps after his
surprising World Cup omission
last year.
It means the Wolves No.8 could
end up facing England in the
Nations League final in June.
By which time Gareth Southgate’s squad, and the English public, will already be well aware of
his talents.
Klopp bigs up Adam
ADAM LALLANA has been
told he can still play a “big
part” in Liverpool’s season.
Lallana, 30, has started
just three games since he
returned from a groin
injury in October.
But he is set to start at
Wolves tonight in the
Reds’ FA Cup thirdround clash.
And Liverpool boss
Jurgen Klopp insists
Lallana (left) will still
play a major part in the
fight for trophies.
He said: “Adam is in
outstanding shape. It’s
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unbelievable. 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 as a person and he
will have a big part of our
season. That’s cool.
“He always accepts my
decisions but then it is
about what you make of
them, if you are in or out.”
Klopp has also urged
Naby Keita to play with
more confidence, having
struggled to find his best
form since his summer
switch from RB Leipzig.
Klopp added: “I am
completely happy with
Naby but could he be a bit
more confident in the
games? Yes. Is he exactly
the player in his best time
at Leipzig? No.
“He is still adapting,
that’s how it is.
“There is really no doubt
about the boy, he is an
outstanding player.”
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listen all u dale fans, hill
doing great job just
keeping a club with 2-3k
crowds in the 3rd division.
Quite honestly, u shud b 4th
div or even top non-league
club. Gud luck in future tho,
i like the unfancied smaller
clubs doing well, except wen
playing my bantams of
course. bantaman
I see Ipswich are still
bottom and sinking.
I said Lambert is a bad
appointment. He’s a
journeyman. Bobby Robson
will be turning in his grave.
So sad. Mal the claret
What’s the difference
between Steve Bruce
and Las Vegas? Steve Bruce
has got more clubs! Anon
man city & liverpool
ARENT that good! the
way man utd are playing at
the moment under ole we
would beat them both put
together! CLIVE SWEENEY,
BASILDON
well fellow ds kopites
we walked alone tonite.
Rite up da east lancs rd.
Heads bowed & crestfallen.
We arent a force we are a
farce. Pfft. hilda
Klopp u flop i knew we
wudnt beat citeh. And
now mufc are coming gud.
Lfc are gonna be behind
both manc teams again.
Jurgen out. peter robbo lfc
Birmingham should
re-call Jonathan
Grounds from Bolton, he’s a
good clubman that gives
100% and I wouldn’t mind a
recall for Greg Stewart, we’re
short on numbers.
ZULU BLUES
on thur we seen exactly
why man city are
english champions! quite
simply their the best team in
not just europe but the world!
trevor, south shields
Ole Solskjaer is 1/100 to
be next Man Utd
permanent manager so why
pretend the job is still up for
grabs? Norman Hunter
to andy stez listen ya
donkey if there’s contact
in the box its a pen leave the
football alone ya blurt.
hilda and bernie
the liverpool train is
about to be derailed at
the etihad! city will run-rings
around them&it will be the
begining of the end4liverpool! MCFC, BLUECOATS
Thort goal keeper had 2
wear long sleeves 2
avoid other players handling
ball in box mufc keeper didnt
have them. SUNDANCE
WEN WE PASTE
MCFC WE WILL BE
PREM CHAMPS &
UNBEATABLE. WOTS
THAT. WE GOT RINSED.
KLOPP OUT. GET JOSE
IN. GRRR.
CARPARK JEFF LFC
i wish b’ham fans would
stop texting in
pretending to be fans of
other clubs and heaping
phase on themselves. so
they have sold all their
tickets for the west ham
game, big deal. when was
the last time they sold out at
a home game? in the 1950’s
when it was one shilling to
get in. villa des
To hilda. Stop showin
kopites up wiv ya awful
txts. Go & watch bowls or
summat. Lfc dont need any
more idiot fans. We have
carpark jeff 4 that. willo
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Coughlan’s
Rovers job
BRISTOL ROVERS have
appointed Graham
Coughlan, 44, as manager
on a two-and-a-half-year
deal.
The ex-Plymouth and
Sheffield Wednesday
defender won three of
his five games in interim
charge after Darrell
Clarke’s exit.
■
THE Liverpool inquest
into how Manchester
City had the temerity to beat
them last week has taken a
laughable twist.
Liverpool-based pundits
appeared on a podcast for
‘The Anfield Wrap’ to discuss
the possible reasons for
Jurgen Klopp’s Premier
League leaders losing 2-1
at the Etihad last Thursday.
According to those on
camera, one of them is that
Pep Guardiola allowed the
grass to grow to stop
Liverpool’s fast passing and
stifle their fluent attacking
game.
This isn’t a joke. Go online
and check it out.
This would make perfect
sense, though.
I mean, when you’ve got
donkeys like Leroy Sane,
Raheem Sterling and David
and Bernardo Silva to
accommodate, then the
obvious thing to do is slow
the game down and give
them longer grass to graze
on!
Russia
has
been
given a
licence
to cheat
WE NEED JAMES
BOND TO SORT
OUT THE DOPES
IN THE world of
WADA, it seems the
biggest dope of all
turns out to be the
man who runs the
organisation.
Sir Craig Reedie, president
of the World Anti-Doping
Agency, has seen the
reputation of himself and the
organisation he presides over
go to pot.
The Russians are running
rings round Reedie, whose
naivety and soft underbelly
are combining to allow the
cancer that is cheating in
top-level sport to go untreated.
In his futile battle against
widespread Russian doping,
Reedie is achieving nothing
more significant than
redefining what the WADA
initials stand for.
How about ‘Weak And
Desperate Ass?’
His main responsibilities are
to stand up for the interests of
clean and honest athletes,
their families, supporters and
sport in general.
Recap
Instead, the ex-badminton
professional is getting his
backside kicked – and the
Russians are taking great
pleasure in doing it.
Just to recap. In 2016 Russia
was found to have been
operating the biggest sports
cheating programme in
history, when it was claimed
up to 99 per cent of Russian
athletes were doping.
The programme was so
comprehensive even disabled
athletes were involved.
Reedie broke with tradition
and did something positive.
Russia was banned from the
2018 Winter Olympics.
In the meantime, people like
Reedie believed the nation
would embark on a period of
reflection and redemption to
justify his recommendation
that Russia be readmitted to
international competition at
some stage in the future.
What an idiot. Russia did
nothing of the sort, despite
the McLaren report making
two vital recommendations.
One was for Russia to admit
state doping existed, the
second was for Russia to allow
WADA access to its Moscow
lab.
Russia has done neither.
Where’s James Bond when
you need him?
Not running WADA, which
is a shame. Unfortunately
this privilege belongs to
someone who must have spent
the summer watching a
magnificent World Cup
convincing himself hosts
Russia had changed.
Russia hasn’t changed.
One person genuinely
surprised at the latest
depressing development of a
saga that shows no signs of
reaching a positive conclusion
is Reedie, who states he finds
it “very hard to believe” the
Russians have not met the
stipulations set out to them.
Here’s a thought. If Reedie
finds it “hard to believe”
Russia has stuck two fingers
up at the system once again,
then it’s also “hard to believe”
the Scot is still justified in
remaining in his current role.
A week today WADA will
meet again in Canada,
after which it will make a
recommendation to its
executive committee.
WADA have the power to
enforce new sanctions on
Russia.
This should be Reedie’s final
chance to stand up to Russia
and President Vladimir
Putin once and for all – and
ban the country from future
international competition for
the next decade.
Russia doesn’t mess about
and neither should Reedie,
because there can be no more
excuses. He needs to match
fire with fire.
Reedie is betraying clean
athletes, governments and the
worldwide public if he
excuses this latest missed
deadline and the chance to do
what is right for the name of
sport.
We have looked to him for
strong leadership and a
genuine commitment to clean
sport and he has provided
little or none of it at
all.
He isn’t up to the
job and should be
replaced with
immediate effect.
Next week’s
meeting should
be defining for
athletics, WADA
and Reedie himself.
The world holds
its breath.
■
SHAKEN UP:
WADA need
James Bond to
tackle their
Russian problem
WHAT on earth is Rugby
Football League boss Ralph
Rimmer thinking?
He has asked Catalans
Dragons – along with Toronto
and Toulouse – to shell out a
£500,000 deposit to compete in
the Challenge Cup next
season.
The Dragons are the
holders, having become the
first club outside England to
win the trophy last season. It
Dragons right to fume at cash call
was one of the sporting
highlights of 2018 – but their
reward is to be insulted.
Don’t ask me to explain the
logic behind the RFL’s request
because none exists, unless
Rimmer fears the Dragons
might not return the famous
trophy and needs a cash
deposit to cover the costs of
having a new one made. The
Dragons are rightly offended
and have asked the RFL to
reconsider its demand, which
appears to be based on
covering any dip in revenue
raised from the flagship
competition.
Last season’s final attracted
the lowest attendance since
World War Two, partly
because of the rising cost of
travel and accommodation for
those wanting to go.
This is just a thought,
but how about moving the
Challenge Cup final further
north and staging it
somewhere the majority of
fans can afford to get to?
DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
CR SS FIRE
INSIDE SPORT
with JEREMY CROSS
@CROSSYDAILYSTAR
INFORMATION STATION
FOOTBALL
Emirates FA Cup
3rd round
Fulham (0) .................1
Odoi 52
Man City (3) ...............7
Sterling 12 Foden 43
Semi Ajayi 45og
Jesus 53 Mahrez 73
Otamendi 78 Sane 85
Millwall (0) .................2
Ferguson 82, 85
Newport (1) ................2
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IN THE FRAME: Russia’s
President Vladimir Putin
(left) meets South Korea’s
President Moon Jae-in before
the PyeongChang 2018 Winter
Olympics from which Russia
were later banned
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Matt 10
Amond 85 (pen)
ICE HOCKEY
Elite League: Belfast 5 Sheffield 4
(OT), Cardiff 3 Manchester 1, Glasgow
9 Dundee 2, Milton Keynes 2 Coventry
Oldham (0)................ 2 6, Nottingham 2 Fife 6. Yesterday –
Surridge 76 (pen)
Belfast 4 Sheffield 3, Coventry 6
Lang 88
Glasgow 5 (SO), Fife 0 Cardiff 6,
Att: 16,134
Guildford 3 Milton Keynes 2 (OT),
Rotherham (0) .......... 0 Manchester 4 Nottingham 3 (OT).
NHL: Boston Bruins 6 Calgary
Att: 52,708
Flames 4, Buffalo Sabres 4 Florida
Panthers 3, Los Angeles Kings 2 Tampa
Bay Lightning 6, Montreal Canadiens 2
Hull (0) ...................... 1 Vancouver Canucks 0, New York
Islanders 3 Chicago Blackhawks 2 (OT),
Toral 52
Philadelphia Flyers 3 Carolina Hurricanes
Att: 5,307
St Louis Blues 5 Washington Capitals
Leicester (0) ............1 5,
2, Toronto Maple Leafs 3 Minnesota
Ghezzal 82
Wild 4.
Att: 6,705
Preston (0) .................1 Doncaster (1) ........... 3
Hughes 56
Marquis 5
Tom Anderson 72
Wilks 87
Att: 8,101
Bidwell 75
Att: 11,637
RUGBY UNION
Gallagher Premiership
Exeter......................14
Leicester .................34
Newcastle ...............17
QPR (1) ......................2 Leeds (1)................... 1 Worcester ...............21
Oteh 23 (pen)
Halme 25
Bristol ........................ 9
Gloucester ............... 16
Harlequins ............... 38
Bath .......................... 19
Yesterday
Sheff Utd (0) ..............0 Barnet (1).................. 1 Wasps .....................27 Northampton ........... 16
Coulthirst 21 (pen)
Att: 9,906
Woking (0) .................0 Watford (1) ............... 2
Att: 5,717
Hughes 13
Deeney 74
FA Women’s Super League:
Birmingham 2 Reading 1, Bristol City 1
Man City 1, Chelsea 3 Everton 0,
Liverpool 0 Brighton 2, West Ham 2
Arsenal 4.
P W D L F A Pts
Arsenal ..............11 10 0 1 46 9 30
Man City.............12 8 4 0 34 7 28
Chelsea ..............12 7 4 1 18 5 25
Birmingham.......12 8 1 3 16 9 25
Reading .............12 5 3 4 18 15 18
West Ham ..........12 5 1 6 18 23 16
Bristol City ........11 4 3 4 10 15 15
Liverpool ...........12 3 1 8 8 21 10
Brighton.............12 2 1 9 9 28 7
Everton ..............11 1 2 8 7 23 5
Yeovil .................11 1 0 10 6 35 3
FA
Women’s
Championship:
Crystal Palace 3 Millwall 1. Yesterday
– Charlton 2 Durham 2, Leicester 4
Lewes 0, Man Utd 9 London 0, Sheff
Utd 1 Tottenham 2.
P W D L F A Pts
Man Utd .............11 9 1 1 52 4 28
Tottenham .........11 9 0 2 26 15 27
Charlton .............12 8 2 2 30 10 26
Durham ..............12 7 4 1 28 9 25
Leicester ............11 5 1 5 19 18 16
London ..............12 5 0 7 15 29 15
Sheff Utd............11 4 1 6 12 20 13
Aston Villa .........11 3 3 5 15 27 12
Lewes.................12 3 1 8 16 31 10
Crystal Palace ...12 2 1 9 9 22 7
Millwall ...............11 0 2 9 6 43 2
AMERICAN FOOTBALL
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NO LAUGHING
MATTER: But Sir
Craig Reedie (right)
seems to be sharing
a joke with Russia’s
own anti-doping
boss Yuri Ganus
FANS SHOULD EMBRACE BRUCIE BONUS
STEVE BRUCE might not
be everyone’s cup of tea
but you’ve got to admire
the bloke’s courage.
Bruce was born in
Newcastle and grew up
supporting the Magpies.
But this didn’t stop him
going on to manage bitter
rivals Sunderland. He’s
also bossed fierce
enemies Birmingham and
Aston Villa and has now
agreed to take charge of
Sheffield Wednesday
– becoming just the
second manager in
history to lead both the
Owls and Sheffield
United. Bruce doesn’t
accept these roles for the
cash. He doesn’t need the
money, what he needs is a
challenge to feed his love
of the game.
He’s got one at
Hillsborough, that’s for
sure, because some
supporters might be daft
enough to write him off
before he even starts
there next month due to
the simple fact he once
managed the Blades.
However, Wednesday
have got themselves a
fantastic manager in
Bruce and the fans
should feel privileged
instead of persecuted.
Wasps – T: Bassett, de Jongh, le
Roux. Con: Sopoaga 3. Pen: Sopoaga
2. Northampton – T: Dingwall. Con:
Biggar. Pen: Biggar 3. HT 17-16.
P W D L PD Bon Pts
Exeter............12 10 0 2 138 11 51
Saracens.......12 10 0 2 112 7
47
Harlequins ....12 6 0 6 31 9
33
Gloucester ....12 6 1 5 18 6
32
Sale ...............12 6 1 5 -11 3
29
Wasps ...........12 6 0 6 -43 5
29
Leicester .......12 5 0 7 -56 9
29
Bath...............12 5 2 5 -16 4
28
Northampton 12 5 0 7 10 6
26
Bristol ...........12 4 0 8 -69 8
24
21
Worcester .....12 4 0 8 -35 5
Newcastle .....12 3 0 9 -79 5
17
Guinness Pro14: Benetton Treviso
20 Glasgow 17, Connacht 24 Munster
31, Edinburgh 38 Southern Kings 0,
Leinster 40 Ulster 7, Ospreys 20 Cardiff
Blues 11, Scarlets 22 Dragons 13.
Yesterday – Zebre 12 Cheetahs 27.
Conference A
P W D L PD Bon Pts
Munster.........13 9 0 4 153 8
44
Glasgow........13 8 0 5 93 10 42
Ospreys ........13 8 0 5 37 5
37
Connacht ......13 7 0 6 49 9
37
Cardiff Blues 13 6 0 7 48 8
32
Cheetahs ......11 3 1 7 -93 8
22
Zebre .............13 3 0 10 -176 4
16
Conference B
P W D L PD Bon Pts
Leinster.........13 11 0 2 247 10 54
Edinburgh.....13 7 0 6 13 7
35
Ben Treviso ..13 7 0 6 -11 7
35
Scarlets.........13 7 0 6 17 6
34
Ulster ............13 7 1 5 -65 3
33
Dragons ........13 4 0 9 -147 2
18
Sth Kings ......11 1 0 10 -167 8
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NFL play-offs – AFC Wild Cards:
TENNIS
Houston Texans 7 Indianapolis Colts 21.
Hopman Cup final (Perth, Australia)
Yesterday – Baltimore 17 Los Angeles
Chargers 23. NFC Wild Card: Dallas – Germany v Switzerland – men’s
singles:
R
Federer
(Swi) bt A Zverev
Cowboys 24 Seattle Seahawks 22.
(Ger) 6-4 6-2. Women’s singles:
BASKETBALL
A Kerber (Ger) bt B Bencic (Swi) 6-4
BBL Championship: Leicester 94 7-6. Mixed doubles: R Federer &
Worcester 86, London City 97 B Bencic bt A Zverev & A Kerber 4-0 1-4
Manchester 90. Yesterday – Glasgow 4-3. Switzerland bt Germany 2-1.
101 Cheshire 96 (OT), Plymouth 83
ATP & WTA Brisbane International
Newcastle 91, Surrey 78 Manchester (Australia) – men’s semi-finals:
105.
K Nishikori (Jpn) bt J Chardy (Fra) 6-2
NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers 98 New 6-2, D Medvedev (Rus) bt J-W Tsonga
Orleans Pelicans 133, Denver Nuggets (Fra) 7-6 6-2. Yesterday – final:
123 Charlotte Hornets 110, Detroit K Nishikori bt D Medvedev 6-4 3-6 6-2.
Pistons 105 Utah Jazz 110, Milwaukee Women’s semi-finals: K Pliskova (Cze)
Bucks 116 Toronto Raptors 123, bt D Vekic (Cro) 6-3 6-4, L Tsurenko
Philadelphia 76ers 106 Dallas Mavericks (Ukr) bt N Osaka (Jpn) 6-2 6-4.
100, Portland Trail Blazers 110 Houston Yesterday – final: K Pliskova bt
Rockets 101, Sacramento Kings 123 L Tsurenko 4-6 7-5 6-2.
Golden State Warriors 127, San Antonio
ATP Qatar Open (Doha) – final:
Spurs 108 Memphis Grizzlies 88.
R Bautista Agut (Spa) bt T Berdych
(Cze) 6-4 3-6 6-3.
CRICKET
ATP TATA Open Maharashtra (Pune,
2nd ODI – Tauranga: New Zealand
319-7 (Taylor 90, Munro 87, Neesham India) – final: K Anderson (Rsa) bt
64) v Sri Lanka 298 (Perera 140, I Karlovic (Cro) 7-6 6-7 7-6.
ATP & WTA Sydney International
Gunathilaka 71). New Zealand won by
21 runs & lead three-match series 2-0. (Australia) – men’s 1st rd: M Klizan
Yesterday – 2nd Test (day 4 of 5) – (Svk) bt A Popyrin (Aus) 7-6 4-6 7-6,
Cape Town: Pakistan 177 (Sarfraz J Thompson (Aus) bt A Mannarino (Fra)
Ahmed 56, Olivier 4-48) & 294 (Asad 6-3 6-3. Women’s 2nd qualifying rd:
Shafiq 88, Babar Azam 72, Shan E Alexandrova (Rus) bt J Konta (Gbr)
Masood 61, Rabada 4-61, Steyn 4-85) v 4-1ret.
WTA Hobart International (Australia)
South Africa 43-1. South Africa won by
nine wkts & lead three-match series 2-0. – 2nd qualifying rd: H Watson (Gbr) bt
4th Test (day 4 of 5) – Sydney: India I Wallace (Aus) 6-4 6-4.
WTA ASB Classic (Auckland, New
622-7dec (Pujara 193, Pant 159no,
Jadeja 81, Agarwal 77, Lyon 4-178) v Zealand) – semi-finals: J Goerges
Australia 300 (Harris 79, Yadav 5-99) & (Ger) bt V Kuzmova (Svk) 6-1 7-6, BV
Andreescu (Can) bt S-W Hsieh (Tpe)
6-0. Resumed at 11.30pm last night.
6-3 6-3. Yesterday – final: J Goerges bt
DARTS
BV Andreescu (Can) 2-6 7-5 6-1.
BDO World Championship (Frimley
WTA Shenzhen Open (China) –
Green, Surrey) – prelim rd: N Heydon semi-finals: A Riske (US) bt V Zvonareva
(Eng) bt J Widmayer (US) 3-2, P Hogan (Rus) 6-1 1-0ret, A Sabalenka (Blr) bt Y
(Eng) bt W Newton (Eng) 3-1, Wang (Chn) 6-2 6-1. Final: A Sabalenka
J Thompson (Aus) bt M Cuming (Aus) bt A Riske 4-6 7-6 6-3.
3-0. 1st rd: M McGeeney (Eng) bt
TODAY’S DIARY
D Telnekes (Hol) 3-1, C Whitehead (Irl)
bt M Phillips (Eng) 3-2, W Harms (Hol)
FOOTBALL
bt T O’Shea (Eng) 3-2. Women’s 1st
Emirates FA Cup
rd: M Suzuki (Jpn) bt L Ashton (Eng)
3rd round
2-0, S Prins (Hol) bt R Bulmer (Eng) 2-0.
Yesterday – prelim rd: K Kciuk (Pol) bt Wolves v Liverpool (7.45pm) .............................
B Lokken (Den) 3-1, R Janssen (Bel) bt
Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central:
W Vaes (Hol) 3-0. 1st rd: S Waites Rushall Olympic v Barwell (7.45pm).
(Eng) bt J Van Egdom (Bel) 3-1, R
CRICKET
Veenstra (Hol) bt N Heydon (Eng) 3-2.
3rd ODI – Nelson: New Zealand v Sri
Women’s 1st rd: M O’Brien (Eng) bt Lanka (10pm).
D Hedman (Eng) 2-0, F Sherrock (Eng)
DARTS
bt C Hammond (Aus) 2-0.
BDO World Championship (Frimley
GOLF
Green, Surrey) – 1st rd: W Mandigers
USPGA Tour – Sentry Tournament (Hol) v P Hogan (Eng), M Unterbuchner
of Champions (Kapalua, Hawaii) – (Ger) v J Thompson (Aus), J Williams
leading 3rd rd scores (US unless (Wal) v R Janssen (Bel), D Day (Eng) v
stated, par 73): 202 G Woodland 68; D Reynolds (Wal). Sessions start at
205 R McIlroy (NIrl) 68; 206 M Leishman 1pm and 7pm.
(Aus) 68; 207 B DeChambeau 70,
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
X Schauffele 68; 209 J Thomas 70,
K Tway 72; 210 D Johnson 69, J Rahm 1 The Greek Freak, 2 Tony Yoka,
(Spa) 69. Others: 212 P Casey (Eng) 3 Inter Milan, 4 Catalans Dragons,
5 Claudio Ranieri.
68; 213 I Poulter (Eng) 73.
Round 18: 5th Jan
MATCH
Chelsea v Nottm 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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City have
Phil thrill
From Back Page
more important thing, we are in
the next round.”
Guardiola had named a
powerful side, despite making
eight changes from the
Liverpool game.
And he signalled that he will
do the same against Burton on
Wednesday night in order to try
and put the Carabao Cup
semi-final to bed in the first leg.
Phil Foden was on the
scoresheet for the first time at
the Etihad.
His goal, City’s second, beat
the keeper off his knee as he
tried to bring down a cross from
Ilkay Gundogan – one of four
assists from the midfielder.
“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.
“So I think it was my knee, so
I kneed it in. Luckily it went in.”
Guardiola indicated Foden will
start against Burton.
“If he plays, it is because we
believe he can play,” said
Guardiola.
“It is not because he is a
Manchester City fan or a nice
guy.
“No, it is because we believe
he can do it.”
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ROUT OF THIS
WORLD: Kevin
De Bruyne (right)
celebrates with
team-mates
PEP’S 7th HEAVEN
WITH KEVIN
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HAPPY CLAPPER:
Pep applauds team
IT’S BEEN a pretty good start to
the year for Manchester City.
Three days after resurrecting their title bid
with victory over Liverpool, they rattled in
seven unanswered goals against Rotherham.
Yet in a week overflowing with positives at the
Etihad it was the return of a fully-fit 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, an unused sub as City delivered
a statement of intent on Thursday night against
Liverpool, starred for 66 minutes as they put
Paul Warne’s Championship outfit to the sword
and themselves into the fourth-round draw.
Goals from Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden,
Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez, Nicolas
Otamendi and Leroy Sane plus an own goal
from Semi Ajayi completed a rout.
Crucially, though, when he was substituted,
Guardiola will have breathed a sigh of relief
when De Bruyne trotted to the sidelines without
so much as a hair out of place.
“We spoke with Kevin about playing 65 or 70
minutes at full intensity,” said Guardiola.
“But he played an incredible game, created a
lot of chances and he just has the vision to see
what other people cannot see.
“Last season he played an incredible number
Fit-again De Bruyne
has perfect timing
by GIDEON BROOKS
MAN CITY ......... 7
ROTHERHAM ..... 0
of minutes and this season it is just 400.” The
Belgian has made just five starts this season in
a campaign in which he has struggled with two
separate knee injuries.
But with City safely through as well into the
last 16 of the Champions League, Carabao Cup
semis and back into Premier League contention,
his return could not be better timed.
Incredible
“I said many times how important Kevin is for
us,” added 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.”
Guardiola made eight changes yet still named
a side which looked like he meant business.
In contrast, Warne’s side have other pressing
priorities, sitting as they do just one place
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GETTING HIS
PHIL: Foden
scores the second
above the relegation zone, with only six players
fit enough for the bench.
City could have been two up early on but
Sterling and Jesus spurned chances. As it
was, the floodgates held for just 12 minutes,
Sterling exchanging a one-two with De
Bruyne and burying a powerful shot inside
Marek Rodak’s far post.
Rotherham stood firm until near half-time but
two quick goals from Foden, his first at the
Etihad, and Ajayi turning in Kyle Walker’s
cross, saw the champions go in three up.
They returned after the break to turn the screw
with another four. It was Guardiola’s biggest win
at the club and City’s biggest here since they
thrashed Sheffield Wednesday 7-0 under Manuel
Pellegrini in the League Cup in November 2014.
Asked for his thoughts on the match, 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 player.
“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.”
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Currie’s a
chip off
the old
block
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WELL DONE,
SON: Darren
Currie takes the
praises of his uncle,
Blades legend Tony
UNCLE TONY WATCHES NEPHEW STUN BLADES
BARNET boss Darren
Currie was bursting with
pride after his nonLeague side knocked out
Championship high
fliers Sheffield United.
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SPOT ON:
Shaquile
Coulthirst scores
Barnet’s winner
The caretaker boss is the
nephew of Blades legend Tony
Currie and only took over at the
National League club following
the retirement of John Still at
the end of December.
But he could hardly contain
himself as he celebrated a
famous win in front of the
Bramall Lane stand that
bears his uncle’s name.
“I spoke to him after the
match and he told me he was
very proud of me, he felt we
deserved it, and had played
very well,” said Currie.
“It is special. He’s my uncle, he’s a
legend up here in Sheffield and a
legend to me, in football and as a
family person. It means a lot to me.
“When I started off, I was always
‘Tony Currie’s nephew’ before I then
managed to become my own name.
“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.”
A first-half penalty from
Shaquile Coulthirst proved
enough but Barnet fully
deserved their victory.
Currie added: “I’m so proud
and honoured. I’ve only been in
the job one week but I’ve always
by RICHARD FIDLER
SHEFF UTD ....0
BARNET ........1
believed in these players. We wanted
them to play with no fear and they
were outstanding – every single one.
“We had a game plan where we
knew they’d have the ball, so for
the first 20-25 minutes we needed to
grow into the game at a stadium
and in an atmosphere we don’t
witness very often. We showed
confidence and no fear.”
With 85 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 breakthrough, the
centre-half pair of Dan Sweeney and
captain Callum Reynolds quickly
snuffed out the danger.
Early in the second half, Sweeney
had the best chance to add to
Barnet’s lead but stood on the ball
three yards out at the far post.
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 captain Billy
Sharp and tricky midfielder Mark
Duffy improved them but the Blades
were never able to create a clear-cut
opportunity to test Mark Cousins.
Sharp stabbed one effort wide and
Cousins pushed a weak Clarke
header onto the bar in the 89th
minute.
Wilder said: “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 have 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 was
one of arrogance, one of
doing what they wanted.
“I’ve told the boys not
to go out through the
main entrance, they
BRILLIANT BEES:
need to sneak out as
Barnet players
they don’t deserve to go
celebrate their shock
out of the front door.”
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OLD LANG TIME:
Callum Lang (left)
silences the home
fans after his goal
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OUT-FOXED:
Padraig Amond
fires home the
Newport winner from
the penalty spot and
(left) Jamille Matt and
Antoine Semenyo
celebrate their win
HERO CALLUM
FUL OF BEANS
CALLUM LANG hailed one of the
greatest moments of his life after
knocking out Fulham.
The on-loan Wigan striker scored the
winner to embarrass Claudio Ranieri’s
Premier League strugglers and put
Oldham in tonight’s fourth round draw.
“I can’t quite believe it,” he said.
“Last week it was touch and go whether
I would 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.”
Lang scored the 88th-minute clincher
but he was not the only hero in blue.
Supersub Sam Surridge’s last act, before
he returned to Bournemouth from his
loan spell at midnight, was a coolly-taken
penalty which turned the tide.
And five minutes before Lang’s winner,
keeper Dan Iversen had brilliantly
parried Aleksandar Mitrovic’s
spot-kick after the Serbian was
sent on to convert a disputed
penalty with his first touch.
When referee Anthony
Taylor’s instinct – that Chris
Missilou had clipped Tom
Cairney – was confirmed by
VAR, it looked as though
Oldham, relegated on the final
day last season, would be
condemned to another hard-luck story.
But Iversen, on loan from Leicester,
dived full length to beat out Mitrovic’s
effort before Lang rose to meet Missilou’s
left-wing cross from six yards.
Oldham caretaker 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, which Match of the Day
producers invited him to relive hours
later on the pundits’ couch. Lang said: “I
by MIKE WALTERS
FULHAM ......... 1
OLDHAM......... 2
might have to watch it back three or four
times to make sure this is all for real.
“And when I see the gaffer sitting there,
telling the world how we did it, maybe it
will sink in.
“When Fulham won that penalty near
the end, and one of the best strikers in
Europe was coming 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 for us.
“He’s been brilliant for us this
season.”
Ranieri (left) reverted to his old
‘Tinkerman’ persona by making
six changes.
He said: “I didn’t see the
passion, I didn’t see the desire
I saw in the Oldham players.
“I gave a chance to players
who aren’t always involved and
they missed it.”
Fulham did not muster a shot on
target until the 52nd minute when Denis
Odoi collected Floyd Ayite’s cross and
smuggled his volley inside Iversen’s near
post.
Substitute Ryan Sessegnon’s brainless
rugby tackle on Latics skipper Peter
Clarke at a corner was rightly punished
by Taylor and Surridge sent Marcus
Bettinelli the wrong way in the 76th
minute.
Then came Iversen’s fabulous penalty
save and Lang’s dramatic winner.
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OOPS! Newport’s
team sheet
unfortunately spelt
Christian Fuchs’ name
wrong (below)
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NEWPORT chairman Gavin
Foxall was feeling peed off
when he thought he’d missed
the club’s moment of history.
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most proud man in Oldham,
along with 4,000 people
going back up the
motorway.
“My dad took me to my
first game at Boundary Park
on New Year’s Day in 1991
and now, 28 years later
almost to the day, I’m
leading the team out in an
FA Cup tie.
“I was supposed to be
coming to the game as a
fan. There are five mates
getting the train home from
Euston now, and I was going
to be the sixth.
“I owe them £70, but I went
to see them in the front (of
the crowd) afterwards – and
they tell me they are going
to stand it now.”
Wild (left), 33, has led the
Latics to three consecutive
wins since he was promoted
from academy coach.
He admitted he wants
Manchester United in
tonight’s fourth-round draw
so that he can pay them
back for beating Oldham in
the 1994 semi-final replay
after snatching a late draw
in the first game at Wembley.
He said: “I’d love
Manchester United away
because in 1994 they ruined
my childhood, when Mark
Hughes scored that late
goal at Wembley. I owe them
one!”
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JUMP TO IT:
Jamille Matt
rises high to head
home the first
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 the goal that decided this thrilling
humbling of their Premier League opponents.
But the chairman (inset) shouldn’t
have worried – there was plenty more to
come in a dramatic last-gasp 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 lifeline when Rachid Ghezzal
thumped home a ferocious equaliser.
It would have been enough to finish off
most sides but not Michael Flynn’s Welsh
battlers, who had one more throw of the
dice literally handed to them.
Leicester’s Marc Albrighton stuck his
arm out to concede a penalty in 85th
minute.
Padraig Amond stepped up calmly as if
he hadn’t a care in the world, though it
couldn’t have escaped him that a slice of
FA Cup history was in his hands.
But he sent keeper Danny Ward the
wrong way and Leicester skittling out of
the FA Cup. The packed Rodney Parade
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DAILY STAR, Monday, January 7, 2019
DID IT!
47
OLE FAN: Romelu Lukaku
Lukaku
back to
Ole self
■ by JEREMY CROSS
Chairman’s untimely loo
break can’t spoil upset
by DAVE ARMITAGE
NEWPORT....... 2
LEICESTER ....... 1
crowd went wild and who could blame
them for this battling victory.
It hadn’t taken too long for Leicester’s
worst nightmare to look them
squarely in the eye – just 10 minutes to be exact – when the
underdogs took them completely by surprise.
It had seemed to be going
to plan for the Premier
League side in the opening
exchanges when they came
closest to scoring.
Newport keeper Joe Day
was called into action virtually
from the off, first doing well to
throw himself in the way of
Ghezzal’s curling shot.
Shinji Okazaki forced Day to save in
the eighth minute and then Ghezzal was
denied again by the keeper as the Foxes
showed all the signs of trying to get the
job done early.
But they were forced into a major
rethink when Robbie Willmott launched
a lightning raid down the right flank.
He sent a superb cross right across the
six-yard box and Matt rose superbly to
take Wes Morgan out of the equation
and send a header in off the inside of
the post.
Suddenly you could sense this was a
problem the Leicester players could
really have done without.
Albrighton
thought
he’d
equalised, only to see his shot
strike Tyler Hornby-Forbes
and fly over and Okazaki
headed a great chance wide.
As the second half wore
on it became like a game of
attack and defence, with
Leicester throwing everything at County in a bid to level
things up.
They did – but plucky Newport
magically came up with the answer to
book a big fourth-round payday for the
second season running.
ROMELU LUKAKU has
taken a swipe at Jose
Mourinho by claiming new
boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
knows exactly how to get
the best out of him.
Lukaku cut a miserable
figure towards the end of
Mourinho’s troubled reign
as Manchester United
manager, going 12 games
without a goal.
The Belgium ace was
axed after scoring just six
goals in 21 appearances
this term, before Mourinho
was sacked last month.
But Lukaku has scored
three goals in three games,
including in Saturday’s 2-0
FA Cup win over Reading,
since returning from
compassionate leave, with
Solskjaer now in charge.
Lukaku said: “He’s given
me a lot of advice –
movement-wise, and stuff
like that – but obviously he
knows the type of striker
that I am.
“I think, from the first
day when I came back in,
he did a total analysis of
my game and I was really
surprised 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 that is when I
am at my most dangerous,
my best, moving off the
shoulder of the defenders
and stuff like that.
“But he also wants me to
try to stay on the move all
the time.”
Still OK for Ole –
See pullout Page 4
Andy up
Giant killers for deal
toast Paddy
■
COUNTY BOUNTY:
Newport boss
Michael Flynn is all
smiles after the game
From Back Page
nervous as many might have imagi
had taken loads of penalties again ned – he
Leicester keeper Danny Ward beforst
e.
He added: “I used to play with
Wardy at
Morecambe. I was quite relaxe
d about it.
“Yes, I knew the enormity of it
but I also
knew it was an opportunity to
put
and Newport’s name up in lights my name
.”
Fellow goal hero Jamille Matt said:
“We’re
buzzing. When my header went
in I couldn’t
feel my legs for about five minu
tes.”
County boss Michael Flynn added
hasn’t sunk in. We’ve been celeb : “It
water because we can’t afford rating with
cham
This is something I will never forge pagne!
Vanquished Foxes boss Claud t.”
e Puel,
whose side equalised through
Rachid
Ghezzai, said: “It’s difficult for
us
terms with but credit to Newport to come to
because
they have created a fantastic upset
.”
■ by DARREN LEWIS
ANDY CARROLL is
determined to win a new
deal at West Ham after
admitting he is playing for
his future.
The £100,000-a-week
striker, 30 yesterday, scored
in the 2-0 FA Cup win over
Birmingham.
It was Carroll’s first goal
since April on his first
start for a year after
another run of injuries.
West Ham have an option
of a further two years on
his contract and he said:
“Of course I want to stay.
I’m just playing football as
it is.
“I want a new deal but I
can’t really think about
that every day. I’ve got a
two-year option at the end
of the season, so we’ll see
what happens.
“Like the manager says,
I’ve got to impress him in
the minutes he gives me.”
ALL THE STUNNING FA CUP ACTION
dailystar.co.uk/sport
BULLISH: Guardiola
Pep so
up four
trophies
■ by GIDEON BROOKS
PEP GUARDIOLA fired a
warning shot to
Manchester City’s rivals by
insisting his side will go
full throttle for the rest of
the season.
The Premier League
champions kept alive the
possibility of a quadruple
after firing seven past
Championship outfit
Rotherham in the FA Cup.
It was Guardiola’s biggest
win in charge and
afterwards he insisted he
won’t follow the lead of
managers who rest all their
star names in cup games.
“We took it seriously
because we do what we
have to do to become a
great, great club,” he said.
“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, so that is the
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SHOCK ’N
POUR
UPSET 1
NEWPORT ...... 2
LEICESTER...... 1
Drinks are on hero Paddy
NEWPORT penalty hero
Padraig Amond was the toast
of the town after sending
Premier League Leicester
crashing out of the FA Cup.
The 30-year-old striker said he was
ready to party hard after his winner
decided this third-round clash.
Meanwhile, people in his home town of
Carlow in south-east Ireland had a head
start in the hangover stakes.
Amond revealed a bar over there had
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
been sponsored to serve free beer if he
managed to get on the scoresheet.
Amond said: “If you dream the
impossible, it can happen – and it has.
“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 and
that feeling that it’s probably your one
big opportunity and it has gone.”
Amond revealed that he wasn’t as
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Wild ticket to pride
UPSET 2
FULHAM ..................1
OLDHAM ................. 2
■ by MIKE WALTERS
PETE WILD landed the golden ticket as
League Two Oldham’s giant killers stunned
Fulham and revealed: “I was only meant to
be coming to the game as a fan.”
Wild – only holding the fort as caretaker
after predecessor Frankie Bunn was sacked on
Boxing Day – celebrated as Callum Lang (left)
grabbed the late winner at Craven Cottage.
And he admitted he owed his mates for a ticket
he couldn’t use because he was directing a famous
cup upset from the dugout. Wild said: “I’m probably the
Turn to Page 46
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TAKING FLIGHT:
Padraig Amond leaps
into the air after scoring
Newport’s winner
■
HOT CURRIE: Barnet
caretaker boss Darren
Currie salutes the fans after
his non-League side sank
Championship title hopefuls
United See Page 45
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