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Today’s News

Chelsea coach charged by FA over Mourinho touchline bust-up

Marco Ianni celebrated Ross Barkely’s late goal in front of the visitor’s bench at Stamford Bridge

Ireland's Chicago clash against Italy to be shown live on eir Sport

Joe Schmidt’s side open their Autumn campaign against the Azzurri at Soldier Field next month.

What is it about personality that Rugby Twitter hates so much?

An awful lot of people let themselves get riled up by the sight of sportsmen enjoying their sport.

Scottish Premiership leaders hope to extend young Irish defender's impressive loan spell

Jimmy Dunne has helped Hearts to set the pace this season.

The sack looms for defiant Real Madrid boss Lopetegui ahead of El Clasico

Just four months into the job, the ex-Spain manager is under enormous pressure after losing again over the weekend.

'Nothing to hide': Mourinho confirms Sanchez out of Juventus clash

Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, Diogo Dalot, Marouane Fellaini and Scott McTominay all sat out this morning’s squad session at Carrington.

Bonucci turned down Man United move to return 'home' to Juventus

The 31-year-old Italy international has revealed that Jose Mourinho tried to sign him from AC Milan earlier this year.

Kerry GAA wait for referee's report on mass brawl which marred football semi-final GAA

Kerry GAA wait for referee's report on mass brawl which marred football semi-final

There were unpleasant scenes in Tralee yesterday.

Locks away! It's our Champions Cup Team of the Week

Munster were the only Irish province to take a win from the European weekend, so we’ve turned to Racing and Toulouse to fill big chunks in our team.

Ireland U17s begin qualifying campaign with 14-0 demolition

Emily Kraft and Emily Whelan scored hat-tricks for Colin Bell’s side against Albania.

Anxious wait for Munster and O'Donnell as luckless flanker goes for scan

The extent of injuries to Rhys Marshall, Dan Goggin and Arno Botha will also be known in the next 24 hours.

Remember the Titans’ aggressiveness, not the result

Going for it is always the right thing to do, even when the result is wrong, writes Steve O’Rourke.

Lowry settles for second as Garcia clinches 15th European Tour title

The Spaniard successfully defended his Andalucía Valderrama Masters title on Monday morning.

Rondo, Paul and Ingram slapped with bans after Lakers-Rockets fight

In last night’s NBA action, a game-saving block handed the Golden State Warriors their first loss of the season.

Rocky the Seagull romps to victory in League of Ireland charity mascot race Good Cause This post contains videos

Rocky the Seagull romps to victory in League of Ireland charity mascot race

After a slow start, Bray Wanderers’ runner won out at Naas Racecourse.

A-League contract offer to Usain Bolt worth 'much less' than he expected

“Football purists would say if you have some money to invest, we don’t think you should put it into a trialist…”

There was some Tony Kelly magic in Ballyea's win over Cratloe SKILL This post contains videos

There was some Tony Kelly magic in Ballyea's win over Cratloe

The Clare midfielder led his club to the senior county title yesterday.

Maradona: 'They want to put me into confrontation with Messi but they cannot'

The Argentine has accused the media of trying to drive a wedge between he and the Barcelona star.

Shelbourne make approach for Drogheda manager Clancy after impressive debut season

The SSE Airtricity League First Division club are interested in replacing Owen Heary with the Meath man.

Sarri: Chelsea fans must respect Mourinho

The former Stamford Bridge boss had an eventful return to west London this weekend.

'He was prouder that I played for England than he was flying over Buckingham Palace during World War II' Wrighty This post contains videos

'He was prouder that I played for England than he was flying over Buckingham Palace during World War II'

Ian Wright dedicated his 2016 autobiography to school teacher Syd Pigden. He recalls memories of the first male role model in his life, who passed away last December.

Wayne Rooney fires DC United into MLS play-offs

The former England striker has scored 12 goals in 19 games for his new side.

Cowboys, Ravens lose after missed kicks in final seconds NFL

Cowboys, Ravens lose after missed kicks in final seconds

We had some dramatic late finishes in the late games.

'I think our players are getting better and putting their hands up for Ireland'

The likes of Will Addison and John Cooney have been outstanding for Ulster so far this season.

Toulouse's exciting young guns show the way as Leinster come up short

‘It was beautiful, sometimes we’re beautiful!’

JVG hopeful Niall Scannell will play for Ireland next month, but ankle injury 'will take time to settle'

The hooker missed out on the Gloucester win after sustaining a training ground knock.

'It has definitely been everything I thought it would be and more' - Zebo

The former Munster fullback won’t ever give up on his dream of playing for Ireland again.

Yesterday’s News

Icardi settles Milan derby with dramatic late winner

Inter captain Mauro Icardi capitalised on an error from Gianluigi Donnarumma to head in an injury-time winner at San Siro.

'It was his job to get on the ball and make things happen and at times he didn’t do that' Response This post contains videos

'It was his job to get on the ball and make things happen and at times he didn’t do that'

Seamus Coleman has hit back at recent criticism from pundit Keith Andrews.

Five-time All-Ireland winner takes charge of Kildare hurlers

David Herity recently left his role as Dublin camogie boss.

Hamilton denied title party as Raikkonen wins in Austin F1

Hamilton denied title party as Raikkonen wins in Austin

Kimi Raikkonen claimed victory at the United States Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton was made to wait another week to be crowned champion.

'Leeds United were over for a second or third look at me the day I got my ankle broken in two places'

Con McLaughlin, the first Donegal man to score 100 goals in the League of Ireland, looks back on his career.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Some of the defining moments from a busy week of sporting action.

Geaney grabs hat-trick while Clifford is sent-off on contrasting day for Kerry forwards

Dingle defeated East Kerry in this Kerry SFC semi-final replay by 13 points.

Mariota misses two-point conversion attempt as Chargers hang on for Wembley win

Elsewhere, Tom Brady threw three TDs as the New England Patriots defeated the Chicago Bears.

Naomh Eanna seal historic first Wexford hurling title as Ballyhale score late goal to book Kilkenny final

County star Conor McDonald helped himself to two goals for the new Wexford champions.

Leinster champions Moorefield retain Kildare football title

First-half goals from Mark McDermott and Eddie Heavey set them on their way.

Palace miss penalty and lose to late Everton double

Everton claimed a third successive Premier League win thanks to late goals from super subs Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun.

Crossmaglen champions of Armagh for the first time since 2015, while Coalisland gain Tyrone final revenge

We run through all the big results from Ulster club football action.

Kilmacud and Ballyboden play out helter-skelter extra-time draw to force final replay

Crokes and St Enda’s will have to do it all over again next Sunday.

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