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Today’s News

Barcelona star fined €800,000 for Munich nightclub fight

Arturo Vidal has been found guilty of assault.

'I did not ask to leave... They kicked me out'

Gonzalo Higuain departed Juventus for AC Milan in August, though he would not have done so if it was up to him.

Munster recruit Leinster scrum-half Nick McCarthy for next season

Neil Cronin, Chris Farrell and Tommy O’Donnell are also among the new contracts announced by Munster today.

The son of a Serie A legend is wanted by Chelsea and Juventus

Federico Chiesa has dismissed reports of a big-money move away from Fiorentina.

'If I can push the team over the line, I'll gladly do it': Costello content with supersub role

Despite his obvious talent, Cormac Costello has made just two championship starts for Dublin in his career.

We'll qualify for Euro 2020 because I'm good - O'Neill

The Ireland boss also addressed suggestions that Roy Keane could return to club management soon.

Usain Bolt rejects offer to join Maltese champions Valletta

The eight-time Olympic champion continues to pursue a career as a professional footballer.

'I'm now disgusted I taught them so much! I knew those boys were destined for good things'

Clonoulty-Rossmore and Nenagh Éire Óg both bid to end barren spells in Sunday’s Tipperary county final.

Danny Cipriani's England exile continues as Jones names squad for November internationals

Eddie Jones on Thursday named his 36-man squad for next month’s Tests against South Africa, New Zealand, Japan and Australia.

Quigley can make statement tonight as top of middleweight division opens up for business

Quigley returns to action in California tonight, with live coverage on eir Sport beginning at 3am (Friday morning Irish time).

Arsenal should be making Ramsey captain, not letting him leave - Wilshere

The Gunners appear resigned to losing the Wales international as a free agent, with a former star disappointed to see him heading edging to the exits.

England forward Hughes given six-week ban for punch

England will be without Nathan Hughes for three of their November internationals after he was banned for six weeks.

Opening date for proposed 6,000-seater Dalymount Park pushed back to 2023 Stadium This post contains videos

Opening date for proposed 6,000-seater Dalymount Park pushed back to 2023

Bohemians and Shelbourne will play in Tolka Park in 2021 and 2022 before sharing Dalymount Park together.

Stunning Wayne Rooney free-kick seals win for DC United as striker nets 10th goal in 18 games

The ex-England captain scored on Wednesday as DC United extended their winning streak to four games.

'Rory is number one... the rest of us are probably fighting for that second spot'

Munster’s Niall Scannell has started his season in excellent form.

Down Under! Ireland international O'Sullivan seals move to Australia after stellar campaign in North Carolina

Cork midfielder Denise O’Sullivan has joined Canberra United as the club’s guest player for 2018/19.

Pogba and Mourinho disagreed over Instagram video, confirms United midfielder

The Brazilian has given his account of a training ground bust-up involving Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho last month.

Mayweather accepts Khabib's challenge: 'We're fighting'

Khabib Nurmagomedov has challenged Floyd Mayweather Jr. to a fight and the retired boxing star says he wants the bout.

Yesterday’s News

Comer still 'bitterly disappointed' Galway didn't put it up to Dublin in semi-final

Overall, 2018 was a successful year for Galway.

Peamount United to face Wexford Youths in Women's FAI Cup final

Peamount enjoyed a 2-1 win over Shelbourne, while Wexford Youths were 1-0 winners over UCD Waves.

European weekend provides final audition for Schmidt's November squad

The Ireland head coach is due to name his squad next week.

Giants owner Mara wishes OBJ would 'do a little more playing and a little less talking'

Longtime Giants owner John Mara expressed his frustration with Beckham Jr.

After one win in 9 games, where do Martin O'Neill and Ireland go from here?

Last night’s defeat by Wales at the Aviva Stadium was the latest in a series of disappointing results for the team.

'I slipped up' - Allardyce backtracks on Dier-Busquets comparison

The former England manager insists that he was merely sticking up for the Tottenham star after criticism of his performances in the media.

Bronze for Ireland! Leitrim's Rooney dominates at Youth Olympics as Sligo's Clancy misses out on medal

Leitrim’s Dearbhla Rooney defeated her New Zealand opponent to clinch the bronze medal.

Donegal to snap up the man who came closest to taking down this Dublin team

Stephen Rochford is set for a return to the inter-county scene as Donegal coach under Declan Bonner.

'Being able to play football is not enough,' says Juventus star

Giorgio Chiellini has studied for a degree in economics and a Masters in business administration at Turin University.

West Ham suspend coach for attending controversial march

The Democratic Football Lads Alliance have faced accusations they are a racist and Islamophobic group.

Barcelona know when quiet captain Messi is angry - Abidal

Diego Maradona suggested the star player lacked the traits required to captain the national team, but the Catalan side’s director disagrees.

Mane a possible doubt for the weekend as Liverpool star undergoes 'successful' hand surgery

The 26-year-old reportedly broke his thumb while on international duty for Senegal.

England's injury crisis worsens ahead of November internationals as Saracens duo sidelined

Mako Vunipola will be out of action for six weeks while lock Nick Isiekwe has been ruled out for two months.

'There needs to be change at the very top of Irish football' - Townsend says 'boys club' is holding Ireland back

Andy Townsend believes that regime change should be enforced at governing level in Irish football.

Cruciate curse - injury troubles an early challenge for Sheedy as he begins second spell as Tipperary boss

A quartet of Tipperary hurlers are on the comeback trail from cruciate injuries.

'She’s more of a role model to me than I am to her. She's just incredible, everything she's going through' 20x20 This post contains videos

'She’s more of a role model to me than I am to her. She's just incredible, everything she's going through'

Louise Quinn opened up about life as a role model and shared a truly touching story at the 20×20 launch.

SBG's Mulpeter gets huge opportunity against former UFC welterweight

Philip Mulpeter is set to clash with ex-champion Nicolas Dalby on the Cage Warriors 100 card.

Henry: Wenger and Guardiola inspirations for my coaching career at Monaco

Lessons learned from Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola will aid Thierry Henry as he begins his coaching career at Monaco.

'Outstanding. Man of the match by a million miles'

Ryan Giggs reserved high praise for skipper Ashley Williams after he helped Wales beat Ireland 1-0.

Watch: Ronnie O'Sullivan makes sensational 147 break at the English Open Class Act This post contains videos

Watch: Ronnie O'Sullivan makes sensational 147 break at the English Open

It’s a 15th career maximum for The Rocket.

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