1D star makes Doncaster debut

One Direction's Louis Tomlinson made his professional football debut for Doncaster last night, delighting 5,000 fans with his cameo.

Screaming fans greet stars at 1D premiere

Directioners descended into London's Leicester Square in their thousands this evening, for the world premiere of One Direction: This is Us.

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One Direction star Louis to make his Rovers debut

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson will make his Doncaster Rovers debut in the South Yorkshire derby against Rotherham United tonight.

Louis Tomlinson
Louis Tomlinson Credit: ITV Yorkshire

The Rovers' squad member will play in the Final Third Development League fixture at the Keepmoat Stadium at 7pm.

Louis, born in Bessacarr will be a member of the Rovers' playing squad for the reserve team clash and is set make an appearance at some stage during the match.

Gavin Baldwin, Chief Executive of Doncaster Rovers, said: "We are pleased to now have a date for Louis' debut and are looking forward to seeing him against our South Yorkshire neighbours.

"We are expecting huge interest in this game with fans from all over the world set to visit the Keepmoat Stadium for this unique occasion.

"I'm sure Louis will be delighted to step on to the hallowed turf and officially become a Doncaster Rovers player for the first time."

One Direction top world popularity chart

Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik's One Direction have topped another chart - a top 10 of the most popular acts in the world.

Zayn (second left) and Louis (far right) with their bandmates Credit: Press Association

The band were named the Global Recording Artists of 2013 by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), which represents the music business around the world.

The award measures success in downloading, streaming and physical sales of singles and albums.

1D fans left out of pocket after ticket firm collapses

Music fans owed tens of thousands of pounds after the collapse of a major ticket agency are unlikely to get any of their money back.

Cavendish Travel was put into liquidation on Wednesday with debts of nearly a £250,000.

It has left families who bought tickets for pop acts such as One Direction out of pocket and unsure whether they will get refunds.

Chris Kiddey has been speaking to two mums who say they have lost nearly £400.

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