Micky Gray and Sam Matterface joined Colin Murray in the studio. The boys discussed the controversy over Bradford’s ticket sales approach for their their FA Cup quarter-final meeting with Reading and were joined by Bantams chairman Mark Lawn to debate the issue. There was also the Tuesday quiz, Murray’s magic numbers and the boys talked Mayweather v Pacquiao.
Sania Mirza’s autobiography “Ace Against The Odds” was launched today. The tennis sensation has won many laurels for India but has also been controversy’s favourite child off the court.In her book, an entire chapter is dedicated to her personal life where she talks about her cricketer husband Shoaib Malik. Malik is a Pakistan regular in the limited-overs formats after retiring from Tests late last year.The world No.1 doubles player revealed how difficult it was to pen down a chapter about how she met her husband.”I am in general quite a private person and don’t have many close friends either. I am a very private person, so it took a lot out of me to come out with that chapter,” Sania to India Today in an exclusive interview.”I am a very talkative person, am an extrovert in a lot of things but when it comes to the things that matter to me the most, I am very quiet about them. I don’t feel comfortable sharing my personal life,” she said.Sania and Shoaib married in 2010. Their wedding was even more controversial because the former Pakistan captain was accused by another girl of already being married to her.Sania is preparing for next month’s Rio Olympics where she will partner Prarthana Thombare in the women’s doubles event and Rohan Bopanna in the mixed doubles.More from Sania interview:- Fortunate that even at 29, I had enough experience to write a book.- Shoaib Malik is big part of my life. Families supported our decision.advertisement- Have always called my relationship with media a love-hate relationship.- Last two years have been amazing. Winning 14 tournaments were extremely amazing.- Wanted to end my career after the knee injury in 2010.- Fully focused on Rio Olympics. If I don’t win a medal there, my next target will be US Open.
Cheap flights to Rhodes have been announced by low-cost airline Jet2.The carrier will offer weekly flights from Leeds Bradford Airport to the Greek island as of May 27th, 2009.Forming part of Jet2’s summer schedule the new route will join flights to Amsterdam, Dusseldorf, Rome, Jersey and Venice.”We are dedicated to provide people living in and around Yorkshire even more choice when it comes to choosing their summer holiday destination next year,” said Philip Meeson, chief executive of the airline, said.”This announcement marks our continued commitment to listening to our customer’s needs and creating new links between Leeds Bradford International Airport and popular European destinations.”Tony Hallwood, the airport’s commercial and aviation development director, described the new cheap flight as a “perfect addition” to the West Yorkshire Terminal.Jet2 has marked the success of this summer’s flights to Sardinia from Leeds Bradford with the announcement that the Italian destination will also be served from Edinburgh for 2009. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedJet2.com launches Leeds Bradford flights to MadeiraLow-cost airline Jet2.com has commenced cheap flights to Madeira from Leeds Bradford Airport.Jet2 launches first flight in Leeds Bradford expansionJet2 launches first flight in Leeds Bradford expansionNew flights to Monastir announced by Jet2.comCheap flights carrier Jet2.com will launch new flights to Monastir from Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle.