The Times’ Henry Winter has criticised Derby County after it was announced interim manager Liam Rosenior had left the club. The Lowdown: Rosenior’s reign Upon Wayne Rooney’s permanent appointment as Rams manager in January 2021, Rosenior took the job as his assistant after spending 18 months working at the club as an individual coach.
Speeding fines in London are up 259% after the Metropolitan Police quietly reduced its tolerance threshold. Under the old rules, drivers would not face legal action unless they were 10% and three miles per hour (mph) over the speed limit - but the force dropped this to two mph in May 2019.
Burnley loanee Taylor Harwood-Bellis admits he was disappointed seeing Manchester City sign Manuel Akanji. The 20-year-old made his City senior debut in 2019, but is now looking to Blues legend Vincent Kompany to give him further game time this season. Speaking to the The Times, Harwood-Bellis said: “I just focus on doing my job at Burnley.
The Government still aims to publish a White Paper this autumn setting out the remit for a new independent regulator for football, the new sports minister has told fan representatives. The Times reported last week that the new Government under Prime Minister Liz Truss could abandon plans for a regulator, which was the central recommendation of the fan-led review conducted last year and which had been given formal backing by the previous Government under Boris Johnson as recently as April this year.
New editor of News UK title to be announced on Wednesday John Witherow has stepped down as editor of The Times to become chairman of the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper as it attempts to carve out a digital future. The former Sunday Times editor, who took charge of The Times in 2013, is exiting the role after being ill for most of the year.
New sports minister Stuart Andrew says he “absolutely gets” the need to reform football, amid reports Liz Truss’ Government could step back from a commitment to legislate for an independent regulator. Andrew, who has replaced Nigel Huddleston following the change in Conservative Party leadership, met with the Football Supporters’ Association on Tuesday morning.
John Witherow, the editor of The Times, has stepped down after a decade in charge. Witherow, 70, becomes chairman of Times Newspapers, publisher of The Times and The Sunday Times. The new editor will be announced tomorrow. Witherow has edited the title since January 2013, succeeding James Harding, and was editor of The Sunday Times from 1994 to 2013.
On the Shelf Best of Friends If you buy books linked on our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. “Best of Friends,” a new novel by Kamila Shamsie, opens on the first day of school, Karachi, Pakistan, 1988.
On the Shelf 'The Furrows' If you buy books linked on our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. I have long been an admirer of Namwali Serpell’s criticism, but it feels worth noting at the outset that I struggled with her debut novel, “The Old Drift.” The mastery and brilliance were obvious.
Hello and welcome to the weekly L.A. Times soccer newsletter. I’m Kevin Baxter, The Times’ soccer writer, and today we look at the Galaxy moving a big step closer to a playoff berth, Angel City’s path to the postseason narrowing and “Ted Lasso” going straight to video (game) as it waits for its third season to debut on Apple TV+.
John Witherow has stepped down as editor of The Times after nine years and been appointed chairman of Times Newspapers, News UK has said. News Corp executive chairman Rupert Murdoch praised him as “one of the great editors of his generation” and said he was delighted he would stay with the business.
Sir Alex Ferguson once told Sven-Goran Eriksson he would kill him if he picked Wayne Rooney for England duty. The Swede, who managed the Three Lions for five years, recalled the time that Fergie went ballistic at him over the phone as he tried to stop Eriksson from calling up Rooney.
Everton have not had an easy ride with injuries over the last 12 months which has translated in their performances in the Premier League, and now Frank Lampard has been dealt another setback ahead of the Southampton clash. What’s the latest? According to The Times’ Northern football correspondent Paul Joyce, Nathan Patterson could be out for up to six weeks after sustaining an injury whilst on international duty with Scotland.
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