Forget Eden Hazard, Nacer Chadli was the best Belgian when Tottenham played Chelsea, wrote a Belgian newspaper.
Heerenveen defender Joost van Aken is in awe of Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen and Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos.
Fleetwood Mac may be heading into their final year. According to the band’s guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, the group will cease to operate in 2015 or soon afterwards. He told the American TV channel PBS that the forthcoming Fleetwood Mac album and tour would be their “last act”.
It may not have had a cash-intensive PR blitzkrieg, but The Witcher 2 – with its story quietly moulding itself around your actions and The Witcher himself refusing to conform to genre stereotype – generated endless word of mouth.
Sony has apologised to PlayStation owners for disruption to its online gaming service the PlayStation Network (PSN) caused by the Lizard Squad hacking group for four days over Christmas.
Labour is likely to be outspent by the Conservatives by a factor of three to one in the general election, the party’s election boss has admitted, but insists it can still win the tightest battle in generations through an intensive ground war built around local party activism.
The defence of Blairism by Anne McElvoy (Britain’s new generation of populists fail the Blair test, 31 December) was a timely reminder of the now very tired and tedious assumptions made by political commentators of her kind over the previous 20 years.
The Conservatives would stop public sector workers in the NHS, BBC and civil service getting six-figure redundancy packages if they win the election, the party will say on Saturday.