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Football

# football - Saturday 29 March, 2014

Schools wins for Colaiste Choilm, Scoil Aodháin and Kilkenny CBS this afternoon GAA

Schools wins for Colaiste Choilm, Scoil Aodháin and Kilkenny CBS this afternoon

The Kilkenny school are the Niall McInerney Cup champions.

Four year jail term for hooligans if Mexican politicians get their way

A spate of violence, and clashes with police, at football matches has spurred Mexico’s congress into action.

# football - Friday 28 March, 2014

UCD top Bray in eight-goal thriller

Cillian Morrison bagged a hat trick for the students.

Derry remain winless but earn point at home to Pat’s

Both sides had plenty of opportunities to take a much-needed three points in either half.

O’Brien goal seals victory for Drogheda over Limerick LOI

O’Brien goal seals victory for Drogheda over Limerick

The visitors took the lead when Barry Ryan fumbled Gavin Brennan’s header after a terrific cross from Gavan Holohan.

Honours even as Dundalk’s winning streak comes to an end

Bohs hung on for a point in Oriel Park.

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Did Fellaini spit at Zabaleta? FA to examine Manchester derby footage

Manchester United midfielder could be in trouble as FA confirm investigation into Tuesday’s incident.

# football - Thursday 27 March, 2014

Zabaleta ‘bounced’ into my elbow, says Fellaini

The United midfielder was lucky to avoid a red card in the derby defeat this week.

# football - Wednesday 26 March, 2014

Barcelona career and World Cup dream over for Victor Valdes, club confirm

The Spain goalkeeper suffered a horror injury tonight.

World Cup hopefuls Germany could wilt in Brazilian heat, warns Diego Maradona

El Diego fancies them to impress though.

FAI confirm Liverpool v Shamrock Rovers friendly for Aviva Stadium in May

Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge will be bringing their goalscoring double act to Dublin soon.

‘This could be the last year for all I know’ – Kenny laments Setanta Cup stagnation

The withdrawal of major Northern Irish clubs and poor crowd attendance is not helping the cup’s standing.

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Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel emulates father, Peter, with last minute goal

The City stopper rose highest to head home a last-ditch cross although match officials at first awarded the score to his teammate.

# football - Tuesday 25 March, 2014

Another league title for Pep Guardiola as Bayern Munich clinch Bundesliga

The Spanish coach has made a trophy-winning return to the game after his American sabbatical.

# football - Monday 24 March, 2014

German clubs vote against goal-line technology

In total, nine Bundesliga clubs and 15 second-tier sides voted against the technology.

Ben Foster suggests West Brom were wrong to sell Shane Long

The Ireland striker found the net 22 times in 87 games during a three-year spell at the Hawthorns

Liverpool the neutrals’ choice, says Johnson

The Reds have averaged four goals a game during their winning streak and scored 82 times in 30 top-flight outings this term.

German sideline reporter hit on the head by football… again

Jessica Kastrop took to wearing a scrum-cap after she was first pinged back in 2010.

# football - Sunday 23 March, 2014

PSG happy with Chelsea tie, claims Jose Mourinho

The Special One says the French side must be considered favourites to progress.

Wayne Rooney: Wonder goal not my favourite

The 28-year-old found the net twice as United beat West Ham 2-0 at Upton Park.

Steve Bruce defends Shane Long over penalty

Meanwhile, the manager said the injury that forced the Irish striker to withdraw from the action is unlikely to be serious.

# football - Saturday 22 March, 2014

Title race: 5 reasons why Arsenal can win the Premier League

Their depth of goalscorers and a mean defence are just two reasons they’re still in the hunt.

Manchester United performances left Moyes feeling ‘ashamed’

United’s first season under the Scot has been inconsistent, and was compounded by their 3-0 defeat to Liverpool.

# football - Friday 21 March, 2014

Diary of a Fantasy Gaffer: Double your Liverpool and Man City pleasure

If you are not hitting triple figures this game-week, you should take a long, hard look at yizzerselves.

# football - Thursday 20 March, 2014

‘Bohemians fear no-one this season’ says Karl Moore ahead of Dublin derby

The Gypsies winger is eager to lay down a marker against former club Shamrock Rovers on Friday.

# football - Wednesday 19 March, 2014

As it happened: Manchester United v Olympiakos, Champions League

We’re minute-by-minute as David Moyes’ side attempt to come from two goals down after the first leg.

Fennelly, Freeman, O’Rourke and Duggan caught the eye with these superb goals last weekend

It was a goal crazy weekend in the Allianz leagues.

Richard Dunne was sent off for a foul on Irish teammate Leon Best last night

The central defender conceded a 33rd minute penalty for his challenge on the Sheffield Wednesday forward.

Costello in for injured Kilkenny as Dublin U21 prepare for Longford semi

The forward’s inclusion is one of two changes in the Dubs’ team.

# football - Tuesday 18 March, 2014

Jordan Henderson: Manchester United victory ‘just another game’

Two penalties from captain Steven Gerrard and a Luis Suarez strike six minutes from time secured a comfortable victory for Liverpool at Old Trafford.

English FA want FIFA to enforce Anelka’s punishment Ban

English FA want FIFA to enforce Anelka’s punishment

The Frenchman’s sacking shouldn’t mean he escapes a ban.

# football - Monday 17 March, 2014

Tata Martino to leave Barcelona at end of the season – reports

Catalan station E-Sport 3 believes the Argentine’s plans to vacate his post during the summer are ‘common knowledge’ to the Barca players.

Steve Bruce backs George Boyd over spitting accusations

The Football Association have yet to decide if action will be taken against the pair as a result of the altercation.

Mourinho: Referee Foy should be kept away from Chelsea

The Premier League leaders’ title hopes suffered a setback when they were beaten 1-0 at Villa Park on Saturday.

# football - Saturday 15 March, 2014

David Moyes: Liverpool are favourites tomorrow

“You know what we are. We are a work in progress. We are looking to make changes in time.”

Chelsea can handle the pressure, claims Cech

The league leaders take on Aston Villa this afternoon.

# football - Friday 14 March, 2014

Bray slay Sligo at Carlisle Grounds as Byrne proves the hero

Alan Mathews pocketed his first triumph as Wanderers boss.

Ozil set for four-week absence

January signing Kim Kallstrom could make his debut in Sunday’s derby against Tottenham however.