Archive for January, 2016
Sunday 31st January 2016
Cetinkaya Cinar 7 KLN 0
St Panteleimon 6 Asha 1
Arachne 5 Achna 1
Pantel 0 Komi Kebir 2
LFA Challenge Cup
Springhill United 0 Brotherhood 5
New Salamis 3 …
Igor Tudor’s position at the PAOK bench is under serious threat after the Thessaloniki giant stumbled at home with struggling Atromitos, while Olympiakos, AEK and Panathinaikos scored three goals each to continue winning.
PAOK drew 1-1 with Atromitos at …
President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has expressed certainty that Cyprus will be reunited by the end of his term in office.
Addressing the pancyprian conference of the ruling Democratic Rally, which he presided before winning the presidential elections …
G/c side has the goosays Commissioner Photiou
The Greek Cypriot side has the good will for a solution to the Cyprus problem and is ready for a compromise that will leave neither winners nor loosers, Commissioner Photis Photiou has said.…
Chelsea captain John Terry will leave the Premier League champions when his contract expires at the end of the season, he told British media on Sunday.
“It’s not going to be a fairytale ending, I’m not going to retire …
Britain and the European Union agree that Britain could use an “emergency brake” on curbing welfare payments to EU migrants immediately, a spokesperson for British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday.
Earlier, Cameron and European Council President Donald …
5th round last 16
Chelsea v Manchester City
Reading v West Brom or Peterborough,
Watford v Leeds United,
Shrewsbury Town v Manchester United,
Blackburn v Liverpool or West Ham,
Tottenham v Crystal Palace,
Arsenal v Hull,
Bournemouth v Everton
Carlisle United had dreamed of an FA Cup fairytale back at their Brunton Park home that had been so heavily damaged in December’s floods, but Everton ruined the fourth tier side’s big day with a comprehensive 3-0 win in the …
Novak Djokovic vanquished Andy Murray for the fourth time in an Australian Open final on Sunday to win a record-equalling sixth title and serve notice to his rivals that he could surpass even his stellar 2015 this year.
British television and radio personality Terry Wogan died of cancer aged 77 on Sunday, his family said.
Irish-born Wogan, one of the BBC’s most recognisable faces and voices, was granted a British knighthood in 2005.
“Sir Terry Wogan …