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man city's sergio aguero and globetrotting team-mates risking summer burnout

Man City's Sergio Aguero and globetrotting team-mates risking summer burnout

Sergio Aguero faces an exhaustive post-season schedule when he will expected to take part in Manchester City’s trip to the USA before joining up with the Argentina squad for the Copa America in June. The striker - who has endured injury-fractured campaig

yesterday, 22:52 in Sport
 
simon wood's incredible story that saw him go from burger flipper to masterchef champ

Simon Wood's incredible story that saw him go from burger flipper to Masterchef champ

Simon Wood’s life has changed forever - after becoming MasterChef 2015 Champion. After an incredible seven weeks of seriously intense challenges and an extremely close final cook-off, Simon Wood was awarded the accolade by judges John Torode and Gregg Wa

yesterday, 22:34 in Regional North West
 

Hotel Gotham evacuated after 'light bulb overheats'

Guests and staff from the recently opened up-market city centre Hotel Gotham had to be evacuated from the building as firefighters say ‘a light fitting overheated’. It happened around 7.30pm tonight at the hotel on King Street. A firefighter at the scene

yesterday, 22:13 in Regional North West
 
man 'with no penis' declares 'i've bedded over 100 women' as he prepares for life-changing surgery

Man 'with no penis' declares 'I've bedded over 100 women' as he prepares for life-changing surgery

A man who kept a 40-year secret that he was born with no penis secret has shared his journey to have life-changing surgery. Andrew Wardle, 40, from Greater Manchester, was born with a rare birth defect. Sadly, the stigma has been such that he even kept t

yesterday, 21:39 in Regional North West
 
west ham 2 man city eds 1: under-21 premier league report

West Ham 2 Man City EDS 1: Under-21 Premier League report

Manchester City EDS sunk to defeat at West Ham with an subdued performance. With a number of changes to the team ahead of Monday's FA Youth Cup final, Patrick Vieira's side saw much of the ball but did not have the quality to get a result. West Ham took

yesterday, 21:25 in Sport
 
future of bl9 weekender music festival at bury fc's gigg lane stadium thrown into doubt after council bosses refuse it a licence

Future of BL9 Weekender music festival at Bury FC's Gigg Lane stadium thrown into doubt after council...

Organisers of a huge weekend music festival say they could be ‘forced’ to move away from Bury over safety concerns about their plans. Razorlight, Coolio, Happy Mondays, Echo and the Bunnymen and X-Factor finalist Amelia Lily have all been confirmed for t

yesterday, 21:03 in Regional North West
 
van gaal: ryan giggs will be the next manchester united manager

Van Gaal: Ryan Giggs will be the next Manchester United manager

Ryan Giggs will be the next manager of Manchester United, according to Louis van Gaal. The Welshman is currently assistant to Van Gaal, having taken temporary charge of the Reds after David Moyes was sacked last April. The Reds coach has spoken on a numb

yesterday, 20:59 in Sport
 
manchester united transfers: gundogan to united a 'done deal'

Manchester United transfers: Gundogan to United a 'done deal'

Ilkay Gundogan could be the first Manchester United signing of the summer. The Dortmund midfielder, whose contract expires next summer, has been frequently linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent months. And according to reports in Germany the Reds

yesterday, 20:52 in Sport
 
alastair campbell slams tories for 'shutting out local media'

Alastair Campbell slams Tories for 'shutting out local media'

It’s been described as the most stage-managed election ever ... but Labour’s former spin supremo Alastair Campbell reckons his party is still engaging with the regional press, unlike the Tories. Mr Campbell, visiting marginal Bury North to support Labour

yesterday, 20:47 in Regional North West
 
man city opinion: pellegrini should not be punished for claiming runners-up spot

Man City opinion: Pellegrini should not be punished for claiming runners-up spot

Manuel Pellegrini has five games to prove this season hasn’t been an unmitigated disaster. It’s all about context, of course. But in relation to the club Manchester City want to be, fourth place represents a season of failure. In fact, any campaign that

yesterday, 20:11 in Sport
 

Homelessness protesters in Albert Square say they will go quietly after losing legal fight

Anti-cuts and homeless protesters camped outside Manchester Town Hall say they will leave on Sunday after being given the weekend to clear out. The group failed in their bid to overturn an eviction order following a hearing at Manchester Civil Justice Ce

yesterday, 19:36 in Regional North West
 
glossop paper factory explosion: huge plume of smoke covers town as firefighters battle blaze

Glossop paper factory explosion: Huge plume of smoke covers town as firefighters battle blaze

A huge plume of smoke has covered Glossop after an explosion at a factory. Six fire engines are currently battling the blaze at a paper factory on Dinting Lane Industrial Estate. Incident commander, station manager Paul Hawker said: “We are currently dea

yesterday, 19:23 in Regional North West
 
rusholme knife attack: police hunt two men as victim in hospital with horrific injuries after being repeatedly stabbed

Rusholme knife attack: Police hunt two men as victim in hospital with horrific injuries after being...

A man is in hospital with horrific injuries after he was repeatedly stabbed in broad daylight in Rusholme. One man has now been arrested after police received the call to Lower Park Road near its junction with Denison Road during the stabbing at 1.15pm o

yesterday, 19:00 in Regional North West
 
championship preview: wigan v wolves

Championship preview: Wigan v Wolves

WIGAN were handed a huge survival boost yesterday as relegation rivals Rotherham were dealt a three-point deduction. The punishment was handed down after the Millers fielded an ineligible player in a win over Brighton. They intend to appeal but as it sta

yesterday, 18:36 in Sport
 
league 2 preview: bury v afc wimbledon

League 2 preview: Bury v AFC Wimbledon

Bury aim to keep the pressure on League Two’s top three as they host AFC Wimbledon this afternoon. The Shakers’ fate slipped from their own hands with a 1-0 defeat at home to promotion rivals Southend on Tuesday night. That put the Shrimpers level with t

yesterday, 18:36 in Sport
 
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