April 23 2014 Latest news:
The fastest machine in the Diss 25-mile time trials was a tricycle.
Relegation could be all but confirmed for Diss in London One North tomorrow, as they travel to league leaders Eton Manor.
Diss travelled to high-flying Westcliff with a very weakened and depleted side that suffered a most humiliating and ultimately devastating league defeat.
New Diss Town boss Mike Derbyshire’s immediate aim is to maintain the Tangerines’ Thurlow Nunn Premier Division status.
Tottenham midfielder Etienne Capoue has returned to training after two months on the sidelines.
Olivier Giroud has dismissed speculation linking him with a move away from Arsenal this summer – and says he is ready to sign a new contract.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is willing to surrender the Premier League title to Liverpool by fielding a weakened team at Anfield on Sunday to prioritise the Champions League semi-final second leg with Atletico Madrid.
The doubters may be circling as the fate of Norwich City’s Premier League status edges closer to resolution – but Neil Adams is happy to ignore them for the evidence at his disposal.
In the latest edition of 3 Up Front Extra, Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey is joined by BBC Radio Norfolk’s Rob Bulter to chat through the Canaries’ galling Premier League defeat at home to Liverpool – and where it leaves City’s survival hopes.
Tut, tut. Fancy sacking a manager this close to the end of the season. Presumably Manchester United will now be accused of being “bonkers and deluded” following David Moyes’ exit with just four games remaining in his first season in charge at Old Trafford.
The sound of City fans grumbling in disappointment at the midweek results was loud and clear – but it should have been belief rather than disbelief which stirred emotions.