2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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Year in Review 2012: Top 10 Searches
Chalk up another one for the voter: People may have been wearied by the negative campaigns, but they persevered through the slog of politics and made "elections" the year's most searched term. The fifth iteration of an Apple smartphone, a glorious gathering of athletes, the passing of a superstar, and a bevy of celebrities—including one duchess—also mesmerized online audiences in 2012.
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- Van Gaal still waiting for 'perfect' United
Louis van Gaal has told his predecessor Alex Ferguson he is still far from happy with Manchester United’s performances despite an impressive run that has catapulted them into the Premier League top three. At least the United manager looks set to have record signing Angel di Maria available for the busy holiday schedule of games after his recovery from a hamstring tear.
- Chelsea unflustered by Man City surge, says Mourinho
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea will have no cause for concern if they are joined at the top of the Premier League by Manchester City, despite letting a healthy lead slip, manager Jose Mourinho said on Friday. With Chelsea not in action until Monday, three points for Manchester City against Crystal Palace on Saturday would take them level on 39 points with Mourinho's side, while a four-goal victory would put last season's champions top. Chelsea held an eight-point advantage over City in November, but Mourinho remains upbeat with much of the season to be played. ...
- Strikerless City need new approach against Palace - Pellegrini
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, without three first choice strikers, has urged his side to conjure up an alternative way of beating Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday. Edin Dzeko, Stevan Jovetic and Sergio Aguero are all on the treatment table at the Etihad Stadium and in their absence Pellegrini is hoping attacking midfielders Samir Nasri and David Silva can spell trouble for 16th-placed Palace. "The three strikers are out for tomorrow," Pellegrini told a news conference on Friday. ...
- Gold medalist Michael Phelps pleads guilty to DUI