Soccer - Today’s News
Let’s face it – life is different in the summertime.
Soccer - Tuesday 15 July, 2014
Arsene Wenger and Karl-Heinze Rummenigge have both written to the club in advance of its anniversary on Saturday.
Jose Mourinho has added the physical Spain striker to his ranks, the club announced today.
This is not a golden generation for Die Nazionale Mannschaft, but the product of a well-laid plan.
It’s a highly competitive field but who makes our special XI?
The centre of Berlin was thronged with fans celebrating the World Cup success.
It involves a middle-aged man named Birdy going on a date. Or something.
The Spaniard failed to score in 14 league appearances for Brendan Rodgers’ side last season.
The German team have landed in Berlin, where expectant crowds are waiting.
Squad depth is more important than ever and other noteworthy points.
They may have flown under the radar but this bunch impressed us a lot.
Soccer - Monday 14 July, 2014
RTÉ received an average audience of 857,000 during the final between Germany and Argentina.
Philipp Lahm, Toni Kroos, Lionel Messi and more players who stood out.
The highly-rated Serbian attacker underwent a medical at Melwood today.
Lionel Messi, who claimed the Golden Ball, finished 11th in the now infamous Castrol Index.
The former UCD boss has been announced as Stuart Taylor’s replacement this evening.
“Ah well, at least I have those Garth Brooks concerts to look forward t…. oh.”
Marcelo, Fred and Georgios Samaras provided competition, but there was only ever going to be one winner.
The 24-year-old was his country’s star man on their march to a fourth cup triumph.
We’ve whittled 171 down to 12…
The sports manufacturer was a long-term supplier for the club throughout the 1980s.
The Golden Ball winner missed one of three great chances that fell his team’s way against Germany.
Martin O’Neill and Gordon Strachan will do battle at the home of their former club in November.
We can’t wait for the station’s next effort in four years’ time.
The club has agreed a ten-year contract with the German sports brand.
Kevin and Oisín Treanor recently attended Germany’s incredible 7-1 win over Brazil.
German goalkeeper displayed remarkable agility, awareness and intelligence.
The most mentioned player won’t surprise anyone.
The top-selling Bild daily splashed “1:0″ and “World Champions!” across its front page.
Last Tuesday’s loss to Germany was the country’s worst defeat since losing the 1950 final game to Uruguay.
The 27-year-old Barcelona superstar squandered a glorious chance early in the second half in last night’s World Cup final.
We look back on some of the images that defined the past month in Brazil.
Meanwhile, in the All-Ireland Hurling Championship quarter-finals, Dublin play Tipperary.
By bye Billo.
Tonight’s World Cup final was Bill O’Herlihy’s last time in the RTÉ chair.
She loves they way they score.
Crying during anthems, fan reactions, ‘why always me’ and more…
The Germany captain says individual players don’t matter.
Friends, work colleagues and members of his family all contributed.
Soccer - Sunday 13 July, 2014
The match had finished 0-0 after 90 minutes but the Bayern Munich attacker grabbed a late goal.