Tuesday 15 July, 2014
Plus, big news in Serie A (and we’re not talking about Ashley Cole).
Saturday 12 July, 2014
Here’s what you had to say for yourselves this week.
Friday 11 July, 2014
Sports Illustrated and the Cavs landed The Big One today.
Look away now, Norwich City fans.
Was the ball still in play? Did it cross the line? Where was that goal-line technology graphic that plagued us during the group stages?
Thursday 10 July, 2014
Don’t let Tomás Brady’s soul-piercing eyes put you off.
This device is not a spaceship. It’s a time machine…
Take 17 minutes to immerse yourself in Maxie Hill’s wonderful postcard.
The first inter-provincial clash will feature Connacht v Leinster a fortnight later, with Munster visiting the champions in early October.
Wednesday 9 July, 2014
The Argentina midfielder collapsed to the turf after a clash of heads.
According to this excellent short film anyway.
We’ve got another phone to give away and the hungry Mikey Stafford is in São Paulo awaiting Argentina v The Netherlands.
‘It was a rough enough time,’ says the Cork captain after he left a club game coughing up blood.
Tuesday 8 July, 2014
Rui Costa the cyclist, not your favourite Portuguese player of the 90s.
The former Rangers and Motherwell striker has committed to an initial four-year deal at Craven Cottage.
Love the way you analyse, RiRi.
Monday 7 July, 2014
This is pretty much how everyone should react to getting sent off (maniacal screams optional).
AS Roma aren’t big on keeping this sort of thing quiet.
Irish referee Alan Kelly booked Dom Dwyer under the ‘don’t be stupid’ rule.
The Clare boss had no criticism for the referee, saying ‘he did what he had to do’, but could see no sense in the rule as it stood.
Sunday 6 July, 2014
The Oranje crushed Costa Rica (on penalties) and Argentina fortified their position in enemy territory.
Saturday 5 July, 2014
Argentina’s second most threatening player hobbled out of their win over Belgium.
An early Championship exit awaited one of these giants of hurling.
This stunning Documentary On One charts the rise of Gomez from a difficult upbringing through murder charges, drug addiction and inter-continental titles, to giving up mid-fight in the National Stadium.
Friday 4 July, 2014
Three of JBM’s hurling panel have been named to start this Sunday’s Munster SFC final.
The Bishopstown forward is hoping the familiar old stadium can give him his best memory yet.
Thursday 3 July, 2014
Don’t worry, the World Cup will be back with a bang tomorrow.
Wednesday 2 July, 2014
The IRUPA Player of the Year managed to sing through his spuds.
He was amazing during the 2 – 1 win over Portugal, but not as good as Lando Calrissian… and he had time to bite some dude too.
I was sitting in a sandbox with my kids when I found out I had won European bronze — Roisin McGettigan
The Wicklow native can look forward to getting her hands on the medal she is owed from the 2009 indoor Championships.
But you’d want to get your proverbial skates (and literal runners) on very soon.
The Corkman says the offer from the Midlands club was ‘too good to turn down’.
Tuesday 1 July, 2014
We’ve also got news from Dundalk’s European exploits and the inside track of what’s happening in Ulster Rugby.
Drop your racquet, take a bow and walk away while you’re on top, son.
The London club have confirmed they have met the buy-out clause in the Brazilian’s contract.
They’ve got a voiceover from John Goodman and all 50 states are bleeding red, white and blue.
Monday 30 June, 2014
The Dubliner has endured two rough years with injury and today said he would ‘draw a line in the sand’.
From his off-the-ball movement to his rocket of a left foot volley. The Colombian provided the most thrilling version of perfection.