Soccer - Today’s News
Log fires, rustling leaves, full permission to eat marshmallows with everything – ah, autumn, we’ve missed you.
Soccer - Friday 19 September, 2014
FAI head is understandably delighted though was concious of political games ahead of vote.
UEFA made the announcement today about the competition in six years time.
Arsenal boss has been relentless in his support of the club’s record signing.
The suspension rules the Brazil striker out of 24 games.
Three is the magic number.
The social networking site was largely enthused by today’s news.
The Tigers boss has praised the Dubliner’s performances and attitude.
The shop, situated in the Ilac Centre on Henry Street, will officially be opened on 3rd October.
Class is permanent.
We celebrate one of Ireland’s most renowned and revered football clubs.
The EA Sports Cup is up for grabs while Cork City and St Patrick’s Athletic can make up ground on Dundalk.
This afternoon, UEFA reveals the 13 cities which will stage the European Championships in six years’ time.
Soccer - Thursday 18 September, 2014
Seamus Coleman was on the scoresheet for the Toffees.
We’ll Leave It There So: Radcliffe pays back Dubs, Walsh hints at Kerry return and the rest of today’s sport
Also featuring Andy Murray on Scottish Independence and the team news for tomorrow’s Pro12 action.
The winless Cottagers have endured a miserable time in the Championship.
The Arsenal boss admits the fact that the Portuguese superstar ended up at rivals Manchester United “still hurts”.
Fancy a breakdown of the best new shows and returning series? We’ve got you covered.
How are Chelsea, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund faring after the opening group games?
Joe Hart, David Alaba and Gareth Bale all feature in our best XI from week one.
The 41-year-old has decided to vacate the role after a poor start to the season with the Bluebirds.
John Coleman and assistant Jimmy Bell have taken over at Accrington Stanley.
Germany, Argentina, Colombia, the Netherlands and Belgium make up world football’s top five this month.
Mario Balotelli’s resurgence, Arsenal’s unconvincing defence and more issues of contention.
The Toffees begin their Uefa Europa League campaign at home to Wolfsburg today.
Soccer - Wednesday 17 September, 2014
The England goalkeeper produced a string of superb saves in Wednesday’s Group E opener.
An inspired performance by goalkeeper Joe Hart looked to have secured his team a point.
Also, Ajax held PSG and Roma routed CSKA Moscow.
The Premier League leaders will still expect to qualify from a group also including Sporting Lisbon and Maribor.
They’ve jumped the fence, baby, and are coming to visit us.
The German’s shot took a helpful deflection off Mario Gotze.
Bayern Munich took on Man City in what was a tight, tense affair.
Yacine Brahimi scored three great goals for Porto against BATE Borisov.
Cesc Fabregas had put Chelsea ahead with a first half strike.
Sue Ronan’s side’s hopes of qualification had ended before today, nonetheless they put in a brave performance.
Our League of Ireland columnist believes young players and those on the fringes would benefit from the introduction of second teams.
Munir El Haddadi, Sergi Samper, Jean Marie Dongou, Alex Grimaldo and more Barca boys who just might be on their way to greatness.
The Belgium international scored a hat-trick for the club’s Under-21 side on Monday.
The 31-year-old striker was on target as Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich beat Brighton 2-0.
The striker was brought to Old Trafford by the Scot in 2004 and 10 years on believes his achievements can’t be bettered.
The FA has announced proposals to cut the number of players from outside the European Union.
Facial hair for everyone!
The Sky Sports pundit was redefining units of measurement last night.