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Dublin: 21 °C Thursday 24 July, 2014

Today’s News

Ireland U21 international ‘Baby Bale’ leaves Spurs on loan deal

19-year-old Waterford man Kenny McEvoy has joined Peterborough in League One.

United to play 3-4-3 this season, says Van Gaal

The tactical revolution at Old Trafford will be televised.

Star-studded Real want to win every trophy this season, says Bale

“We enter six competitions and we want to win every one,” Bale said.

French teenager runs 65 yards to score superb goal and rescue Chelsea

Young midfielder Jeremie Boga fired home late on as Jose Mourinho’s men were held 1-1 with Austrian side RZ Pellets WAC.

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United make winning start under Van Gaal against Robbie Keane’s Galaxy

Wayne Rooney was on form while new signing Ander Herrera impressed on his debut as the Premier League side got the LVG era going.

Yesterday’s News

Cyclist and soigneur clash after crash, spectator moons riders TDF

Cyclist and soigneur clash after crash, spectator moons riders

There was far more to today’s Tour de France stage than just cycling.

This rugby league player suffered one of the ugliest hand injuries we’ve seen

Chev Walker of the Bradford Bulls was surely in pain after this ‘scratch’.

Deila: Forster will leave Celtic eventually

Southampton reportedly bid £7.5m for the big English keeper.

Rodgers welcomes Gerrard’s international retirement

The Liverpool boss paid tribute to his star’s career at international level.

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Van Gaal happy with preparations as Beckham drops by for an LA visit

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said he is pleased with how the squad have reacted during his brief time in charge.

Tuesday 22 July, 2014

Darron Gibson returns from injury lay-off as Tranmere hold Everton

The Ireland midfielder hasn’t played since he injured his cruiciate while on duty in Dublin.

Celtic cruise to win in Champions League to set up potential St Pat’s clash

The Bhoys kept up their side of the bargain tonight.

Training Tech: Five steps to the perfect lunge

Because you can never do enough leg work.

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Agger considering his Liverpool future LFC

Agger considering his Liverpool future

‘How things turned out last season is not acceptable for me,’ says the Dane.

Klopp laughs off Hummels, Reus speculation

Back off, Premier League clubs.

McIlroy can’t dominate like Tiger because ‘for every Rory there’s an Adam Scott’ – GMac

Rory can’t “perfect the imperfectable” according to his fellow major winner.

Arsenal players make the worst attempt at an accent since Tom Cruise in Far & Away

This isn’t going to help football’s attempts to break America at all.

Monday 21 July, 2014

Shamrock Rovers book semi-final meeting with Bohs after win over Cork

Goals from Ronan Finn and Ciaran Kilduff saw off the Rebels at Tallaght Stadium.

Is Fernando Torres heading back to Madrid? One Atleti player hopes so

Chelsea may be about to ship out the Spanish striker.

Brailsford seeks to learn from Tour disappointment

“The acid test for us this year is if we learn from what’s happened. If we don’t learn from it and keep on doing the same old thing, I think some serious questions could be asked.”

Bolt confirms Copacabana appearance but Gatlin meeting must wait

No word yet on Barry Manilow’s return.

FIFA say yes but was this the best goal of the World Cup? Poll This post contains a poll

FIFA say yes but was this the best goal of the World Cup?

James Rodriguez’ effort against Uruguay got the nod but we want to know if you agree.

Ciarán O’Lionaird is named best athlete at Senior Track and Field Championships Winning This post contains images

Ciarán O’Lionaird is named best athlete at Senior Track and Field Championships

While Kelly Proper picked up her third medal of the meet.

Woodward promises more signings as Man United bid to ‘do what it takes to win the title’

‘Watch this space,’ he says. This better be good, Ed!

Meath couldn’t cope with Dublin’s physicality and intensity, admits O’Dowd

The manager also expressed frustration at the decision to controversially disallow a legitimate-seeming Stephen Bray goal.

Your GAA Championship weekend review GAA

Your GAA Championship weekend review

We had qualifier drama aplenty, provincial silverware, Garth Brooksm stale porter and much more besides.

Sunday 20 July, 2014

Sports Film of the Week: Scotland in December

The sorry story of French golfer Jean Van de Velde after the 1999 Open Championship.

All-Ireland football qualifiers round 4B pairings confirmed

Today’s provincial results means no draw is required.

Michael Darragh Macauley sends celebratory tweet to Rihanna after Dubs down Meath

The Dublin footballer urged the singer to “call” him.

Donegal reverse 2013 result to claim Ulster football title

Monaghan couldn’t live up to last year’s performance.

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Quick start gives Donegal Ulster MFC title

It’s their first win at this level since 2006.

United will play attractive football under Van Gaal – Woodward

Much of the Red Devils’ glittering success over the past two decades has been built on the club’s attacking philosophy.

Joey Barton will be a manager one day – Redknapp

The QPR boss referred to the midfielder as “a real student of football”.

Some people with far too much time on their hands have made a ‘real life’ version of FIFA It's In The Game This post contains videos

Some people with far too much time on their hands have made a ‘real life’ version of FIFA

This is what happens when there’s no World Cup isn’t it?

Slow-mo replays, place-kicking and the World Cup; the week’s best sportswriting

There are also pieces on rugby coaching and Scottish travails.

Class TG4 Ladies Football Championship promo asks you to ‘be the difference’

After record viewing figures last year, Ladies football want record attendances in 2014.

Saturday 19 July, 2014

Kildare narrowly get past a spirited Clare after a huge turnaround in Ennis

The hosts suffer a second-half collapse but leave the championship with their heads held high.

Arsenal get a tough workout in their first pre-season game against Boreham Wood

Only a handful of the Gunners’ more high-profile players were on show against the Conference South side.

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