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  1. Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insists his side only have sights...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Van Gaal is a slave to repetition, he wants a machine. But this is not natural for United... there is no joy at Old Trafford with fans worrying about Rooney and mutiny is back in the air Boring, boring United: As Van Gaal is accused of squeezing the joy out of them, here's our damning verdict on this season's fun factor Scholes: United are 'a million miles away' from matching top sides... and Martial 'doesn't look bothered if he misses a chance' 'I kept waiting for you to turn up to training': Read Sir Alex Ferguson's crestfallen letter to Cantona after he quit United and retired Klopp rates Dortmund star Mkhitaryan as 'one of the world's most talented players'... so will he come to Liverpool? Fury has a daughter called Venezuela and his favourite film is The Notebook: 20 things you might not know about colourful heavyweight ahead of Klitschko bout Shakes, nuts and steamed fish... why ... (more)


  2. Tributes pour in after death of Nottingham judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Nottingham Evening Post

    A judge who worked in the city for 25 years has been described as a "true Nottingham great" after he ensured that thousands of children were given loving homes by granting adoption orders. Thomas Routledge Heald may have retired from the county courthouse in Canal Street in 1995 but he will long be remembered as a quiet and humble man and an expert in his field.


  3. Sheffield Utd's 1930s striker owns scoring record - clubRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    LONDON: Jamie Vardy, who has netted in 10 consecutive Premier League matches for Leicester City, may never have heard of the late Jimmy Dunne and will still trail his top-flight record even if he scores again on Saturday. Last week Vardy equalled Dutchman Ruud van Nistelrooy's Premier League record of scoring in 10 successive matches when he found the net against Newcastle United.


  4. Darlo Diary: It almost feels like we've had a mid-season break When...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    SELECTION ISSUES: Will Anthony Callaghan keep his place at left-back on Saturday, or will Terry Galbraith return? Picture: TIM HICKMAN WHEN Darlington kick off at Barwell on Saturday, it will have been 35 days since we last played in the league. With a couple of postponements and a seeming lack of interest in cup competition, it almost feels like we've had a mid-season break.


  5. Newcastle training ground bust-up: Mick Quinn questions Fabricio Coloccini's captaincyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Chronicle columnist Mick Quinn has heavily criticised Newcastle United's players in the wake of their 3-0 loss to Leicester City Mick Quinn has blasted Newcastle United's performance against Leicester City as "pitiful" and has backed Steve McClaren's decision to hold a heated training-ground inquest during the aftermath of the defeat. The Magpies were soundly beaten 3-0 by the Foxes at St James' Park and The Chronicle understands that McClaren has since made it clear to his United charges that Saturday's display was unacceptable, as well as querying why they appeared to lack passion during the second-half.


  6. Rooney: We got what we deservedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Wayne Rooney admits "panicky" Manchester United got what they deserved in their disappointing scoreless draw against PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday. The result leaves United looking for a win away against Wolfsburg in their final group game to guarantee qualification for the knockout stages of the Champions League.


  7. Leicester keep dreaming as United loomRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    Surprise front-runners Leicester City will be hoping history does not repeat itself when Manchester United provide the opposition in an unlikely top-of-the-table Premier League clash at the King Power Stadium on Saturday. Before last Saturday, Leicester had not led the table since October 2000 when United, who were second then as they are now, came to their old Filbert Street ground, inflicted Leicester's first defeat of the season winning 3-0 and went on to win the title as the Foxes faded to finish 13th.


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    21 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire

    The RMT union had planned for its members to drive their hackney cabs in a slow moving convoy around the city from 4pm to 6pm. However it has announced it has suspended the action as 'a gesture of goodwill' and so it can have talks with Leicester City Council next week.


  9. Under-pressure Newcastle United must stand up and be counted at Crystal PalaceRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Magpies legend and board member Bob Moncur wants to see big improvement at Selhurst Park after poor show against Leicester City What was important for me was that a senior figure like Rob Elliot came out after the game and said that the players accept responsibility for the performance. As an ex-player it's a good sign to see that said because if it hasn't happened on the pitch you should feel guilty about it.


  10. Harborough and Lutterworth counting down to Christmas lights switch-onRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Harborough Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The Market Harborough Christmas lights switch-on event is taking place on Friday, from 4pm to 7pm in The Square, Market Harborough.


  11. Steve McClaren's toughest week yet: How Newcastle boss has come under mounting pressureRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Steve McClaren has the backing of the Newcastle United board but it's been a very tough week for him - here's how it unfolded Just seven days ago Steve McClaren said he felt he was making "progress" as Newcastle United prepared to play Leicester City. Now he faces Crystal Palace under mounting pressure and having laid down the law to his flops at the training ground in angry exchanges on Monday.


  12. Green wedge homes plan set to get rejected amid major oppositionRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire

    Controversial plans to build houses on a green wedge separating a town and a village are set to be rejected again. Great Bowden Parish Council told the planners: "It contravenes planning policies designed to promote the maintenance of the countryside and avoid erosion of settlement character.


  13. How Man Utd can stop VardyRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Manchester United come up against the Premier League's top scorer and in-form striker Jamie Vardy on Saturday Night Football. So just how do they stop the Leicester City forward who has scored in each of his last 10 games? First of all, Louis van Gaal will need to assess what his defence will have to deal with at the King Power Stadium.


  14. Beer from Harborough: new brewery opens this weekendRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Lutterworth Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The grand opening of The Market Harborough Brewery and Shop is at 71 St Mary's Road , LE16 7DS.


  15. West Brom transfer rumour: Albion monitor Burnley's flexible full-back Tendayi DarikwaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcSuttoncoldfield

    West Bromwich Albion are understood to be keeping tabs on Burnley's versatile youngster Tendayi Darikwa to potentially boost their options at full-back. Darikwa has played an integral part in Burnley's rise to fifth in the Championship table, having featured in all 17 of their league fixtures, scoring once.


  16. A 60,000 electric car has UK's slowest depreciation rateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hinckley Times

    A Tesla Model S may have a price tag of 60,000 but it may be the best car to fend off depreciation, according to industry experts. New reports show the luxury electric car loses value slower than any other car, making it the ideal automotive investment.


  17. Leicester and Loughborough lose out on Enterprise Zone bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is Leicestershire

    Plans for a new Enterprise Zone which could have created 25,000 jobs in Leicester and Loughborough have fallen flat. The scheme - which took in Leicester's waterside area, the former Astra Zeneca site in Loughborough and Loughborough University's science and enterprise park - failed to make a list of 18 new enterprise zones announced as part of yesterday's Government spending revue.


  18. Councillor's last ditch bid to save Hinckley's Co-opRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hinckley Times

    A campaigning councillor and Co-operative Society member is making a last ditch stand to try and keep the Heart of England department store in Hinckley. David Bill, a borough and county representative, is calling on other signed-up members to contact him if they want to save the Castle Street branch.


  19. Two men bailed over murder of 16-year-old in LeicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hinckley Times

    Officers responding to reports of an altercation between a group of men on Freeman Road North at around 7.50pm on Tuesday 24 November, found a 16-year-old boy injured in the street. The victim, named locally as Tyler Thompson, was found injured at the scene, but died later after being transferred to Leicester Royal Infirmary.


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    Yesterday | Nottingham Evening Post

    The chief executive of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club was among the winners at the third annual Nottingham Post Women in Business Awards. Lisa Pursehouse, chief executive of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, said she was honoured to have been named businesswoman of the year at the third annual Nottingham Post Women in Business Awards .