Andy Ryan has fostered the talent of UFC flyweight Neil Seery at his Team Ryano gym in north Dublin
The youngster was back to his best against Bournemouth and his captain believes the chance to keep playing regular football at the highest level is too good to turn down.
The German is the hipster’s choice to be Arsene Wenger’s replacement ultimately.
The Norwegian says the new manager has been a “breath of fresh air” at Old Trafford and says the Red Devils should not be ruled out of the Premier League title race
Michael Madden is to help set up a leadership programme that will help players over the next three years.
Kevin McLaughlin admits the players need to start delivering on the pitch.
The Dublin footballer is getting a taste of it as he tries to get government commitments on the betting tax.
Kerry’s emerging defender hasn’t forgotten his club roots.
The Allstar admits to being surprised by the former Dublin manager’s appointment though.
Thursday 18 December, 2014
And not one mention of John Daly’s trousers.
A football research group analysed the worth of the players on the 2014 Goal Transfer List – and it makes better reading for some clubs than others.
‘No matter how blue the water or high the palm tree’: Even paradise is no escape from mental illness
Sean Nee suffers from depression and anxiety. Some days are great, but on the bad days even the ideal surroundings cannot tip the scales.
It was an admirable attempt the first time Adam, but this is a bit much.
We’ll Leave It There So: Sexton’s concussion issues, The Ginger Pele retires and all the day’s sport
Also, Dan Carter is moving back to France.
The Italy international did not request a personal hearing, but submitted written mitigation to an independent disciplinary panel.
The Australian head coach says his side are measured by a ‘different yardstick’ to the other Irish provinces.
‘This is my time, my title and my city!’ Here are the details of Carl Frampton’s first title defence
If you’re still scrambling for a Christmas present, this will do the trick.
And you were worried you’d have to watch Emmerdale on a Tuesday.
Changes to the qualifying process announced by World Rugby mean good news for Tom Tierney’s side.
The new deal will bring the prop beyond his 36th birthday.
Walsh is in line to play in the McGrath Cup game against IT Tralee on January 11th.
Longford Town and their hurlers brought home silverware in 2014.
‘I don’t want to talk about Liverpool. Also out of respect to Rodgers, who’s had a fantastic season and is struggling now.’
The on-loan Cheetahs front row has been named on Matt O’Connor’s bench for tomorrow’s tie at the RDS.
The Villa boss jokes that he’s spoken with Keane more since he left than when he was actually his assistant.
Organisers committed to vision for a world class Casement Park despite today’s ruling.
Loughmore-Castleiney take on Cahir in Sunday’s Tipperary senior final.
The Galway man will be responsible for growing the game across the province.
The Mourne men and ladies had plenty to smile about over the past 12 months.
The Ireland out-half sustained the injury against Australia in November.
McCarthy expressed his frustration with the length of the football season.
Ulster are all but out of the Champions Cup, meaning a Pro12 title has become the priority.
Pat Lam’s players decided to do something different to secret santa this year.
Rice has endured a torrid two years on the injury front.
Meanwhile, 31% of Man United fans named Luis Suarez as their Premier League player of 2014.
The Sun claims that the Ireland assistant waited for 15 minutes outside the house of the on-loan player.
Just put the two of them in the Octagon and let’s get this sorted.
The flanker’s testimony prevented Charlie Matthews from getting a big ban.