Soccer - Today’s News
Drug heists and busts with plotlines straight out of the movies.
Soccer - Wednesday 15 October, 2014
The lads are baffled.
*At least, that’s what Twitter says.
The Ireland manager says he was happy to risk falling 2 – 0 down in search of what could prove a “vital” point.
The experienced defender struck in the 94th minute to earn Ireland a 1-1 draw.
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The LA Galaxy striker was substituted after 63 minutes last night following an ineffectual display.
The Boys in Green have pulled off several similarly incredible results in the past.
Peru’s Jungle Ultra is mostly downhill, dropping 10,500 feet from the cloud forest down into the Amazon.
There’s only one Irish player that people are talking about.
There was noticeable tension in the air during tonight’s clash between these two rivals.
The Ireland manager was happy with the response to Toni Kroos’ goal.
Eamon Dunphy, John Giles and Liam Brady all highlighted the last 20 minutes as being crucial in the game.
Soccer - Tuesday 14 October, 2014
He’s a man who jumps like he has pogo stick feet.
Poland’s 2-2 draw with Scotland leaves Ireland in second in the table.
Toni Kroos looked to have struck the winner for Germany before O’Shea pounced at the death.
Ireland snatched an injury time point in Gelsenkirchen.
You know what day it is when…
Jack Grealish, Seamus Prendergast, Brian O’Driscoll and Ben Flower all made the headlines today as well.
A huge ‘Danke’ (German for ‘thank you’) mosaic was unveiled in the stadium tonight.
After two wins from two, Martin O’Neill faced his biggest challenge as Ireland boss this evening.
Easy, easy money for the bookies.
This chip is either gorgeous, sublime or some mouth watering mixture of both.
The Uruguay star is closing in on a comeback but has reopened old wounds over an incident which occurred during his time in England.
Not for the first time, Rio’s Twitter account has landed him in trouble.
Ireland are away to the four-time World Cup winners tonight.
The Ireland boss also hailed the achievement of John O’Shea, who could win his 100th cap tonight.
Take a look inside the Veltins-Arena.
That German absentee list is growing.
A good day for the Irish Sports Council.
The Irish side earned a famous draw at the Korea & Japan World Cup.
The Ireland U21 winger is over the moon after committing his future to his boyhood club.
Gonzalo Higuain and Nicolás Gaitán were among the goalscorers.
The former Ajax and Barcelona midfielder feels that the veteran was the wrong choice to be Louis van Gaal’s successor and his methods are too dated.
Lilywhites defender Brian Gartland admits it was a ‘frustrating’ night after they dropped two points at home to Shamrock Rovers.
The striker scored his 37th, 38th, 39th and 40th international goal.
The Spain international believes the prolific attacker will be in fine shape physically ahead of a potential debut at the Bernabeu
The Sky Sports pundit has been impressed by Germany’s wide men.
Martin O’Neill’s men face a significant challenge in tonight’s Euro 2016 qualifier against the reigning world champions.
The former Ireland striker says Shane Long and Glenn Whelan could be better suited for tonight’s qualifier.
Soccer - Monday 13 October, 2014
There were also wins tonight for Italy, Croatia, Norway and the Czech Republic.
A post-mortem was due to be carried out today.