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Soccer - Friday 21 November, 2014
‘What you see is what you get.’
We think Arsenal will put United away this Saturday.
The 23-year-old striker will sign for the League Two outfit in January.
The association will spread this money across six projects in areas including Mayfield and Westport
Watch the Ireland skipper have some fun after a session with LA Galaxy.
Louis van Gaal’s injury-ravaged side face a tough task against a Gunners outfit unbeaten at home in the league.
We’re not sure he should be admitting this.
Why so serious, DC Comics?
The Italian striker is confident he’ll come good on Merseyside.
A statement from anti-racism campaigners Kick It Out questioned whether the 77-year-old was a “fit and proper person”.
The injury to the midfielder is not as bad as first thought.
They want to see Whelan punished for his outburst in The Guardian.
The money will go towards six projects selected by the Football Association of Ireland.
The pair share a number of striking similarities but seem destined to always compete against each other.
Soccer - Thursday 20 November, 2014
The forward is allegedly enjoying his football more in Stoke than he ever has before.
The club made the announcement in a statement this evening.
We’ll also have news on Dave Whelan, the Ireland rugby team and more.
Dave Whelan also claimed the word “chink” was not offensive in an interview with The Guardian.
There are lots of brilliant moments to be had just across the water.
The third finalist is New England Revolution’s Lee Nguyen.
The Red Devils’ injury list has grown further during the international break, but the full-back feels those who come in against the Gunners must take their chance to impress.
The Hoops boss has wasted little time in strengthening his squad for next season as North’s arrival follows that of Keith Fahey’s.
Their game had echoes of the infamous 1982 World Cup clash between West Germany and Austria.
Guy Moussi is clearly one of the good guys.
The Manchester United boss has been busy drawing up a list of transfer targets for the summer.
The Everton boss says he’s happy for his players to represent countries.
With the winner decided by public vote, there is no reason why she can’t prevail.
The Argentine attacker is far from happy at the Catalan club and was only convinced to stay last term by former coach Tito Vilanova
Meet Darren Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kenny Wilshere and Trudy Mertesacker.
With the Wallabies in town, and our International Rules lads down under, we’ve been thinking about some old favourites.
The midfielder missed both Ireland’s recent matches as a result of the injury.
Soccer - Wednesday 19 November, 2014
‘It has cost me emotionally — I know for a fact I will be looking over my shoulder for the rest of my life’.
Robbie Brady and David McGoldrick were among the Irish players singled out for praise.
It was an interesting international week all around Europe.
We’ll Leave It There So: Irish supporters’ group angry, Declan O’Sullivan retires and all today’s sport
Meanwhile, England boss Roy Hodgson has expressed his disapproval of the England fans’ IRA chants last night.
We spoke to the Ireland striker hoping to follow in the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar.
Shay Given and others who took little time to make their mark on the Ireland set-up.
The Derby County defender enjoyed a superb debut in the victory over the US last night.
Dave Whelan says Mackay’s appointment has been made “with our eyes open.”
Go on then, spill the beans.