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Soccer - Saturday 12 April, 2014

Scouting Report: What’s the view in Hull of the Irish contingent in Steve Bruce’s squad?

Long, Meyler, Quinn, Brady and McShane ensure there is plenty Irish interest in the fortunes at the KC Stadium.

Soccer - Friday 11 April, 2014

Shelbourne extend First Division lead with dramatic winner in Galway

Meanwhile, Finn Harps and Wexford Youths played out a draw in a second v third clash.

Sam Oji’s defensive masterclass helps Limerick to away win over Bohs

There wasn’t too much in the way of excitement at Dalymount Park, aside from Rory Gaffney’s winning goal.

Curran helps Derry overcome early setback against former club Athlone

The Candystripes were behind after 15 minutes, but claimed all three points thanks to a brilliant Michael Duffy strike.

St Pat’s benefit from controversial penalty to edge Shamrock Rovers

Referee Dave McKeon’s name was on the lips of both sets of supporters.

Dundalk power to Premier Divison summit after four-goal win over UCD

Stephen Kenny’s side continue to go from strength to strength with their third win in seven days.

Dennehy rescues Cork with late, late show

The former Shamrock Rovers midfielder held his nerve to slot home a late spot kick.

Drogheda’s unbeaten run comes to an end as Seagulls strike twice

Shane O’Neill and David Scully scored the vital goals for Wanderers at United Park.

Snapshot: Irvine Welsh’s brilliant Twitter exchange with Bohs tonight LOI

Snapshot: Irvine Welsh’s brilliant Twitter exchange with Bohs tonight

The Trainspotting author has long been a fan

5 talking points from the Champions League semi-final draw

We’re down to four in Europe’s elite club competition as Mourinho takes on Simeone and Guardiola faces old foes Real Madrid.

Suarez and Gerrard BOTH win Player of the Month (and Rodgers makes it a hat-trick)

Liverpool won all five games in March to surge to the top of the Premier League table.

Thibaut time? Courtois CAN PLAY against Chelsea in Champions League semis, UEFA say

“Any provision in a private contract between clubs… is null, void and unenforceable,” UEFA warned this morning.

Dunne not ready to retire but looks set to miss Ireland’s summer series

He may be in the latter stages of his career but the Dubliner has promised to make himself available to Martin O’Neill.

Sturridge: I fell out of love with the game at Chelsea LFC

Sturridge: I fell out of love with the game at Chelsea

The Anfield striker is preparing for a potential title decider against Man City.

Premier League return on the cards as Dunne reaches 40-game mark for QPR

The experienced defender is aiming to lead the Rs back to the top flight via the Championship play-offs.

Old Trafford big names fighting for United careers, says Darren Fletcher

The Scottish midfielder says the Man Utd squad have five games to stake a claim with David Moyes.

My brother Stevie got the skills, says Special Olympics ambassador Seamus Coleman

Annual collection hopes to raise €500,000 towards the cost of the Special Olympics Ireland Games this June.

5 reasons why you should be watching the League of Ireland this weekend

Cork play Sligo at the Cross, Pat’s welcome Shamrock Rovers while Dundalk are away to UCD.

Soccer - Thursday 10 April, 2014

Alcacer inspires brilliant Valencia comeback as Pirlo helps Juve into final four

The Europa League semi-final line-up was completed tonight.

Will this be the home kit of the reigning Premier League champions next season?

Forget a false nine, Liverpool have invented a false collar.

Seamus Coleman one of the best full-backs in the world – Roberto Martinez

The Everton boss says you “can’t teach” the qualities that the Irish international possesses.

David Moyes’ negativity is hampering a club of Manchester United’s ambition

The Red Devils were comprehenisvely beaten 3-1 by Bayern Munich in last night’s Champions League second leg.

Gus Poyet: Axed O’Shea deserved explanation

The manager also sang the praises of the Irish defender’s replacement, Carlos Cuellar.

Someone has made a clever ‘Moyes Getting Hit By Football’ Simpsons mash-up

If this isn’t the best GIF you’ve seen today, we want to know what is…

5 reasons why Atletico Madrid knocked Barcelona out of the Champions League

The La Liga leaders have progressed to the last four in Europe’s elite competition for the first time in 40 years.

Brady itching to put back on green jersey after O’Neill phone call

The 22-year-old believes it is time for him to claim a regular role in the Ireland team.

Ireland move up three places in latest FIFA rankings

However, Martin O’Neill’s side are still below teams such as Burkina Faso, Jordan and Uzbekistan.

Playing Courtois against parent club Chelsea could cost Atletico Madrid €6m

The Spanish side’s president has confirmed that the Belgian goalkeeper will not feature if the two teams are drawn in the Champions League semi-finals.

Moyes laments United’s ‘school-boy error’ in Munich

The United boss said he was “pleased” with his team’s display last night.

Brady aiming to end nightmare season on a high with FA Cup final appearance

The Irish winger has been plagued with injuries over the past six months but could still play at Wembley next month.

‘I don’t think I’ll do a Seaman and play ’til 40′ – Ireland’s record caps holder Emma Byrne

The vastly-experienced Arsenal goalkeeper lined out for the 106th in Ireland’s World Cup qualifier last weekend… but it proved to be a day to forget.

Soccer - Wednesday 9 April, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Michael D Higgins hopes England ‘go all the way’ at the World Cup Brazil 2014

Michael D Higgins hopes England ‘go all the way’ at the World Cup

The President made his remarks to some 700 people who attended a gala dinner in London at the end of day two of his historic State visit to the UK.

Evra gives United brief hope in Munich before Bayern power to victory

The Frenchman scored with a superb strike, but Pep Guardiola’s side took full control thereafter.

Atletico Madrid get the better of Barca to make first semi-final in 40 years

Koke’s early strike was enough to send the Catalan giants packing in an all-Spanish affair in the Champions League.

VINE: Evra gives United stunning lead before Bayern produce three clinical goals

It was a lively second half in Munich, but United are out of the Champions League.

Neymar gives a masterclass in the art of nutmegging

That is downright cheeky from Barcelona’s Brazilian wonder.

SNAPSHOT: Supporters in Munich and Madrid show off stunning tifos

Atlético and Bayern fans put on quality shows just before kick-off in the Champions League quarter-finals.

VINE: Atletico Madrid go ahead against Barca after just 5 minutes

Koke has given Atleti a 2-1 aggregate lead at the Vincente Calderon.

As it happened: Bayern Munich v Manchester United, Champions League quarter-final

United held the current champions to a 1-1 draw last week but have they any hope of progressing to the last four?