Soccer - Friday 29 August, 2014
UCD are facing a potential relegation playoff after another poor result.
It was a tense night at Oriel Park but the league leaders got the win.
Shamrock Rovers gained on their nearest rivals with tonight’s win.
Athlone pegged back Cork twice in their 2-2 draw.
God love ‘em.
Drogheda pulled clear with three second half goals.
Torres will join the club on a two year loan deal.
How prominently will Angel Di Maria figure and more questions set to be answered.
Louis van Gaal wants the England manager to mind his own business.
The 64-year-old refused to rule out late moves in the market and kept quiet on reports linking his side with a move for PSG prospect Adrien Rabiot.
Diego Costa and Romelu Lukaku are good prices to score against each other this weekend.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa have reportedly put in an £8million bid for Tom Cleverley.
The versatile defender has nothing but praise for his compatriot and feels he’s destined to become an even better player.
The club’s former player has described recent events surrounding the team as a “disgrace”.
“I went to see Doctor Avanzi and told him to cut off my legs. He looked at me and told me I was crazy.”
The midfielder has become disillusioned with the England set-up after being omitted from their latest squad.
The ‘next Jack Wilshere’ is in fine form at the moment.
The Liverpool manager is relishing the prospect of hosting the defending champions.
Soccer - Thursday 28 August, 2014
Spurs advanced but Hull went out on away goals.
Neil Redfearn will be the Leeds caretaker manager for the third time in three years.
Souness’ porn ‘stache and Gullit’s dreads earned them places on the list.
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The 18-year-old was a rare bright spark in his side’s loss to Leyton Orient in the Capital One Cup.
The Argentina international has completed his British record transfer to Old Trafford but his new manager has warned supporters not to expect too much too soon
Meanwhile, Arsenal and Chelsea were both drawn in groups from which they’ll be expecting to qualify.
Chelsea were the biggest winners but Liverpool and Arsenal will be happy too.
We went minute-by-minute, as Liverpool, City and all the other Premier League clubs involved discovered their fate.
The new Old Trafford signing will wear the famous No.7 shirt, previously worn by the Real Madrid star, and spoke of his desire to fulfil the expectations of the number
Former keeper Wayne Russell is “heartbroken” to have to part with his medals.
Holly Griffiths is now considerably better off after an improbable series of events.
The 28-year-old forward has won 95 caps since making his debut against Australia in February 2003.
A number of players, including William Carvalho, are still believed to be on LVG’s radar.
Reports today suggest that the 38-year-old goalkeeper is set for a return to the international set-up.
We’ve all been there, right?
signings are still required after last night’s Besiktas result.
We look at the possible fates awaiting Arsenal, City, Liverpool and Chelsea.
The way is clear for Blatter’s fifth four-year term in charge of FIFA.
The 32-year-old Spaniard will become part of an elite group who have been managed by both Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho.