Former Premier League hardman QUITS head coach role as he ‘aims for a new challenge’ amid links to jobs in English football
Former Premier League hardman QUITS head coach role as he ‘aims for a new challenge’ amid links to jobs in English football by: Hani Kamal El-Din By | Former Premier League hardman Kevin Muscat has resigned as manager of J1 League powerhouse Yokohama F. Marinos, seeking his next challenge. Yokohama confirmed J1 League winner Muscat’s departure after two-and-a-half years…Read More »
Millions wept when rugby hardman Kevin Sinfield carried his old teammate Rob Burrow over a marathon finish line. Now, in an interview that'll break your heart all over again, the pair tell how Rob's motor neurone disease has strengthened their bond of love
Millions wept when rugby hardman Kevin Sinfield carried his old teammate Rob Burrow over a marathon finish line. Now, in an interview that'll break your heart all over again, the pair tell how Rob's motor neurone disease has strengthened their bond of love by: Hani Kamal El-Din The photo speaks to us all about the inestimable power of friendship; about…Read More »
WONDERS OF THE PYRAMID: Aussie hardman Kevin Muscat could step back into the Lions’ den at Millwall… the ‘dirtiest player in the land’ is making waves as a manager, so can he follow in Ange Postecoglou’s footsteps?
WONDERS OF THE PYRAMID: Aussie hardman Kevin Muscat could step back into the Lions’ den at Millwall… the ‘dirtiest player in the land’ is making waves as a manager, so can he follow in Ange Postecoglou’s footsteps? by: Hani Kamal El-Din You might recall Kevin Muscat the player — or at least his tough tackling. During 10 years at…Read More »
Jets receiver Mecole Hardman admits he could LEAVE New York before the trade deadline despite only joining in March as part of the Aaron Rodgers revolution: ‘I just want to play’
Hardman’s playing time has significantly decreased since joining the Jets The Jets are exploring trade options for Hardman as the deadline approaches DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news Published: 10:39 EDT, 12 October 2023 | Updated: 10:40 EDT, 12 October 2023 New York Jets wide receiver Mecole Hardman may soon be on the move as his role in…Read More »
ROBERT HARDMAN: How a former PoW camp and landfill site outside Marlow could become Hollywood on Thames as a battle rages over plans for a major film studio
They are some of the most famous and revered names in Hollywood, despite being nowhere near California — or even the United States. They consist largely of unremarkable office buildings, semi-industrial units and ex-military bases dotted around London’s western and northern fringe. To which we may now be about to add the name of Marlow. A town best-known for its…Read More »
ROBERT HARDMAN: Loch Ness Monster mania! The biggest Nessie hunt for 50 years sees hundreds of volunteers, military drones, solar probes and camera crews from around the world search for her… So what DID they find?
Loch Ness had surely never seen an array of kit quite like this before — including military drones with infra-red cameras and new-generation sonar probes which could scan from the tops of the waves right down to the pitch-black gloop 700ft below. Nor had there been an army of investigators on this scale for a very long time. By Saturday…Read More »
When I walked around a deserted Canary Wharf, I realised working from home will SINK the dream of Wall Street on Thames, writes ROBERT HARDMAN
Whisper it softly, but this might be London’s best-kept secret. Here is a place with zero litter (let alone dog mess), every conceivable variety of bar and restaurant (indoor or outdoor), cleanish swimming and arguably the best transport links in the capital. I spot a couple of dozen people lounging around on an immaculate lawn watching the Ashes on a…Read More »
For the past eight years, they have been represented by the most recognisable politician in the land (if not Europe). As of next Thursday, the people of Uxbridge and West Ruislip may well be represented by the Invisible Man. Having covered by-elections on and off for more than 30 years, this is the first time I can recall the front-runner…Read More »
There was a faintly wistful edge to the celebrations a few days ago as the King was welcomed back to what is, in one sense, his home town. After all, if it wasn’t for him, this place wouldn’t exist. Up until the 1990s, Poundbury, in Dorset, was a patch of farmland, owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. Nearly 30 years…Read More »