LONDON, May 3 ( ) - Everton's Sylvain Distin mocked Liverpool fans on Friday for "begging for a mistake" from the defender in this weekend's Premier League Merseyside derby. Distin made a costly error in last season's FA Cup semi-final between the ... Reuters via Yahoo!, 2 weeks ago
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PICO for wounds Wednesday 20th March 2013 Liverpool's Spire Hospital is using a new technology to heal chronic wounds.
Liverpool's Spire Hospital is using a new technology to heal chronic wounds. Around 200,000 people at any one time suffer from chronic wounds which have difficulty healing, costing the NHS around £2.3b£3.1bn per year (Posnett and Franks, 2008). A ...HospitalHealthcare.com, 2 months ago UK hospital uses new chronic wound healing technology for quicker recovery HospitalManagement.net, 2 months ago Private hospital in Liverpool uses new wound-healing technology Building Better Healthcare, 2 months ago New technology to heal chronic wounds now being used by Spire News-Medical.Net, 2 months ago
I remember back in 1990, the month of January to be specific, the joy that was abundant among us Liverpool fans, as it appeared Manchester United's experiment of bringing Alex Ferguson to our rivals across the Pennines, had failed woefully.They were ...News24.com, 2 weeks ago
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Daniel Agger of Liverpool watches a free kick by Jordan Henderson of Liverpool go past goalkeeper Rob Elliot of Newcastle United for Liverpool's sixth goal at St James Park. Photograph: Gareth Copley/ Newcastle 0 Liverpool 6: Daniel Sturridge filled ...Irish Times, 3 weeks ago Rampant Liverpool put six past Newcastle RTE Online, 3 weeks ago
The pundits would have had you believe this was simply not possible. The cognoscenti reckoned that with so much collective damage done to the squad's morale following Luis Suarez's 10-match biting ban, a Liverpool win, even by a narrow margin, was ...Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago
London: Martin O'Neill, still licking his wounds following his first sacking as a manager, believes he was unlucky to be dismissed by Sunderland after helping keep them in the Premier League last season. O'Neill had once been heavily touted in the ...IBNLive India News, 1 month ago ONeill says did not deserve Sunderland sack TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago O'Neill says did not deserve Sunderland sack Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago Soccer-O'Neill says did not deserve Sunderland sack (Reuters) Yahoo! Canada, 1 month ago
London: Liverpool marked their first game since Luis Suarez`s suspension with a resounding 6-0 win against Newcastle on Saturday.Daniel Agger gave the Reds a third-minute lead after heading home Jose Enrique`s looping cross before former Sunderland ...ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago Newcastle 0-6 Liverpool: Sturridge & Coutinho run riot in Reds romp Yahoo! Singapore, 3 weeks ago
Liverpool smashed six goals at Newcastle to add to the hosts' relegation concerns, while Wigan were denied victory over Tottenham due to a late own goal from Emmerson Boyce, and Manchester City comfortably defeated West Ham to move closer to ...BruDirect, 3 weeks ago Who needs Suarez? Liverpool hit six past under pressure Newcastle Breaking News.ie, 3 weeks ago Reds hit Toon for six; Spurs draw AOL UK, 3 weeks ago Report: Newcastle 0-6 Liverpool ITV.com, 3 weeks ago
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