[Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: AP The champion jump jockey returned to the fray this week after a bone-crunching fall 27 days ago, writes Paul Hayward. TONY McCOY escaped to Barbados to recover from his latest nasty injury, but it was not like paradise: ''If you asked me
[Irish Independent] - YOU know the sky is falling in when the fans debate which was worse: the 8-2 thrashing at Manchester United or the 4-0 thumping in Milan; when a feeling of sadness creeps over the work of a once great team and a distinguished manager who has brought so
[Irish Independent] - KENNY Dalglish's management model for his second reign at Anfield has been part Bill Shankly, part Sir Alex Ferguson. The returning hero has endeavoured to revive the cult of the leader at a club run in large measure by remote control from America.
[Irish Independent] - These are the contests that Premier League rookies are desperate to win. They try their luck in the English pinball game and find Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger arranged mightily against them. Andre Villas-Boas has a CV to be proud of but is too young
[Dagbladet.no] - Daily Telegraph-kommentator Paul Hayward skriver på Twitter i dag at Chelsea-veteranene vet at de kan bli kvitt en manager hvis de vil, men at Villas-Boas - i motsetning til tidligere managere - i det minste kjemper imot. Også TV 2-ekspert Øyvind
[Telegraph.co.uk] - By Paul Hayward Arsenal and Chelsea are thrashing about in the Premier League and are almost out of Europe. In the north of the capital, Arsenal's greatest manager contemplates the ruination of 16 years of work. To the west, Andre Villas-Boas could be
[Daily Mail] - Town councillor Paul Hayward said he was 'staggered' to learn that the route cost £ after making a freedom of information request. 'This is money thrown down the drain on some novelty project - it is not a practical route,' he added.
[Midweek Herald] - Councillor Paul Hayward was particularly impressed, even though he was one of those stopped by officers in the early hours. In fact, he told councillors he was pulled over twice while going about his lawful business and quizzed as to what he was doing
[Daily Mail] - But a deal is in place with Hodder & Stoughton and the preferred ghostwriter is understood to be the Daily Telegraph's esteemed chief sports writer Paul Hayward. The MCC have reignited the conflict over their aborted £400m redevelopment of Lord's with
[TV 2] - Mest av alt burde Andre Villas-Boas fordømme buingen mot Rio Ferdinand, skriver Daily Telegraphs Paul Hayward. Daily Mail hevder at Andre Villas-Boas hadde et møte med Roman Abramovitsj på lørdag. Først så han store deler av Chelsea-treningen