Newcastle United have signed a new sponsorship deal with Wonga. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew said his team were 4214% behind the deal. He went on to say that since joining forces with Wonga that “interest” in the club has risen sharply.
Yesterday the sporting world was shocked when
Peter Trubshaw a spokesman for the British Cyclist association said “Mr Ryder was disqualified because of discrepancies with his cycle. The British Cycle Association has very strict rules in order to maintain continuity and fairness”. He went on to say “Mr Ryder’s cycle (a Suzuki 750) may have breached some of these strict rules. I would also like to point out that the disqualification is only pending the result of further enquiries”.
A spokesman for Mr Ryder’s camp said “We will appeal any decision by the governing body. This decision was only made because of a complaint by the runner up (Ivor Saddlesore) who finished 5 hours and 47 minutes behind us” He went on to say. “This is yet another example of political correctness gone mad”
The investigation continues.
Yesterday West Ham United unveiled their new striker, Stanley Arkwright (61). Arkwright is expected to start in his first match for the hammers against
Kick off is at three o’clock and the Herald’s chief sports reporter Mike Shouter will be there to bring you all the action.
The Olympic committee will shortly be returning to