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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Merseyside
17:50, 25 JUL 2013
No regrets for Simon
IN 1992, Simon Davies appeared to have the world at his feet.
Luxury facilities part of £9.6m extension
A TOP hotel has launched a £9.6million scheme to make it one of the country's best tourist destinations.
Pub's national pride
VISITORS to Meredith Street in Crewe could be forgiven for thinking that England have already won the World Cup.
The world at their street
PEOPLE living in Stanthorne Avenue, Crewe, turned the clock back during England's 2-0 World Cup win over Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday.
No Fiesta but it's still party time!
The waiting is over for The Chronicle's man at the World Cup Ben Coulbeck as he experiences first-hand the fun in Frankfurt
Heartbreak for Big Den
DAVID BECKHAM defended another under-par England performance after beating Trinidad & Tobago 2-0 to book their place in the last 16 of the World Cup.
Dennis Lawrence clockwatch
WREXHAM defender Dennis Lawrence played a key role in the heart of the Trinidad & Tobago defence against England yesterday.
Dabber beer in Germany
A BEER brewed in Nantwich was one of the top drinks on offer at a party to celebrate the opening game of the World Cup in Germany.
Cup of cheer By Ben Jervis
POLICE have praised football fans in South Cheshire after England's first World Cup match on Saturday passed off trouble-free.
Bentley belter is a seasonal must-have
SUMMER sun has brought soaring demand for Bentley's prestigious new Continental GT Coupe (GTC).
Bring on England!
ANYONE who believed we would be the World Cup's whipping boys were sadly mis-taken after our great result against Sweden - and now England should watch out.
Tom's our man
STUDENT Tom Kell will be the Chronicle's eyes and ears at the World Cup in Germany.
Soca Warriors are to smaller nations
IT may sound strange to your average self-obsessed Big Brother housemate, but Dennis Lawrence is much happier ducking the limelight in the build-up to the ultimate summer reality show.
Man of the world
FORMER Dragons goalkeeper Ben Foster could cap a fairytale 18 months by gate-crashing England's World Cup party.
Cameron tops bad dress poll
ACTOR Clive Owen has been voted the Best Dressed, and David Cameron the Worst Dressed, man of 2006.
Craig leads Three Lions' roar
THE World Cup isn't be the only trophy Craig Heenighan wants to see England hold aloft this year, writes DAVE BETTLEY.
Lots of memories from the boy Beckham
LETTERS handwritten by a teenage David Beckham, savouring his first pay packet of £120 and telling of his early success with girls, go under the hammer in Chester next week.
Fans get a shot at prize lot
SETS of Liverpool and Everton programmes from the early 1930s, letters written by David Beckham within days of becoming a Manchester United trainee and a George Best blazer from Old Trafford's European Cup-winning year of 1968 could be yours.
Firm clocks up 60 years
LUXURY car maker Bentley Motors is celebrating 60 years of production at Crewe with the release of limited editions of two of its top models.
Could you keep up with the very best
IF you've always thought you're better than David Beckham at doing Keepy Uppy with a football, now's your chance to prove it.
Sporting chance of better health
YOU needn't run a mile or around a football pitch for 90 minutes to participate in sport.
Christmas story takes centre stage
THE magic of the nativity was played out by children at Save the Family's residential centre this week, as organisers prepare themselves for a busy festive season.
Booming Bentley in top gear
HIGH-FLYING Bentley Motor Cars is taking on extra staff to cope with the Christmas demand for luxury models by the rich and famous.
'A soldier dies and Becks is the lead story'
As viewers become increasingly blasé about TV reports of casualties in Iraq, soldiers from the Cheshires remind SELENA O'DONNELL why we shouldn't turn over the channel.