22 Thursday, 16 July 2009 London Lite hartson has emergency surgery as cancer spreads THE family of a London teacher crushed to death in a rubbish truck today said they suspected foul play. The body of Scott Williams, 35, was found at a recycling centre in Sussex on Monday morning. It was thought he had fallen asleep in a wheelie bin after a night out drinking in Brighton. But today his mother Marion Williams insisted there was no way her son, a maths teacher and rugby coach at schools in north-west London, would climb into a bin of his own accord. She said: Its just not right what theyre saying. Mrs Williams was flying to London today from her home in Hamilton, New Zealand. Sussex Police are treating the death as unexplained rather than suspicious. Bindeathfoul playsaysmum Jokebox......... Indifferent sheep 1 Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 (EA Sports) 2 Fight Night Round 4 (EA Sports) 3 Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (Activision) 4 Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince (EA Games) 5 Call Of Juarez: Bound In Blood (Ubisoft) 6 Wii Fit (Nintendo) 7 Virtua Tennis 2009 (Sega) 8 The Sims 3 (EA Games) 9 Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Activision) 10[Prototype] (Activision) Source: UK Chart Track POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite Pirates vs NiNjas: DoDgeball (Wii) ItS an age-old question: whos better, ninjas or pirates? this game attempts to answer it with some good old dodgeball. the premise soon wears thin, though, and the graphics are poor. dave, stepney ReadeRs iBlog ToP 10 gaMes sound&lite Gamesreviews Call of juarez: bouND iN blooD (XboX 360) plAy brothers on the run in Mexico in single-player mode in this great Western title. try bank heists and shoot-outs in the brilliant multi-player mode. (Ubisoft, 49.99) the CoNDuit (Wii) thIS shooter raises the bar on the Wii with fine visuals and superb controls. Just a shame its set against a lame, monotonous storyline in which you gun down wave after wave of aliens. (Sega, 39.99) tiger WooDs Pga tour 10 (Ps3) thE top golfing series is back with a sprinkling of new features for its annual revamp. Still the same superb graphics and controls, but tons of game modes to keep everyone happy. (EA, 49.99) aLIstaIr Foster ex-soccer ace fights for life after brain op FOOTBALLER John Hartson was fighting for his life today after emergency surgery to relieve pressure from a brain tumour. The 34-year-old former Arsenal and Celtic striker was told last weekend that he had testicular cancer which had spread to his brain. As the father of three recovered from his operation yesterday, doctors at Morriston Hospital in Swansea confirmed the disease had also spread to his lungs. Hartson, who was capped 51 times for Wales, discovered he had cancer on Sunday after he went to Swanseas Singleton Hospital complaining of a headache. He was admitted and further tests were done before he was transferred to Morriston for surgery. His condition is now said to be critical but stable. A statement from Hartsons family said: He is receiving outstanding care from all the medical and surgical staff and we would like to thank everyone. We have been overwhelmed by the support and goodwill from many thou- sands of football fans, players, clubs and sporting figures and we have drawn strength from this support. Hartson joined Arsenal in 1995 for 2.5m, a British record fee for a teenage player at the time. He went on to play for West Ham, Wimbledon -- where he became the clubs most expensive signing at 7.5m -- and Celtic in 2001 before announcing his retirement from profes- sional football last year. BY GEORGInA LITTLEjOhn Critical: John Hartson index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html