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Today’s News

'I'd love to have played in another World Cup... But I don't regret any of my actions'

Roy Keane has revisited the infamous Saipan controversy 16 years on.

Schmidt's Ireland can complete sensational season with series success

The clash at Allianz Stadium in Sydney promises to be a thrilling tactical battle.

Could we see a shock World Cup winner for the first time since 1954?

A number of pre-tournament favourites have struggled to live up to expectations in Russia.

Yesterday’s News

Strong in for injured skipper Attride as Laois unveil team for Leinster final

Laois captain Stephen Attride suffered a double skull fracture in the semi-final win over Carlow.

'It's staggering he hasn't given this' - Controversy as non-penalty costs Serbia Reaction This post contains videos

'It's staggering he hasn't given this' - Controversy as non-penalty costs Serbia

With the game in the balance at 1-1, Aleksandar Mitrovic was wrestled in the box.

Lee Keegan starts at midfield while Colm Boyle set to make his 100th Mayo appearance

Tipperary host Stephen Rochford’s side in Semple Stadium tomorrow evening.

Neymar's tears worry nervous Brazilians Doubt This post contains videos

Neymar's tears worry nervous Brazilians

The world’s most expensive footballer scored the second of his country’s two late goals.

Kildare hit 4 second-half goals to cruise past Carlow and into Leinster U20 semi-finals

The Lilywhites ran out convincing 22-point victors.

Joe Ward finally leaves a dent in his Cuban nemesis two years out from Tokyo Olympics Down Goes La Cruz This post contains videos

Joe Ward finally leaves a dent in his Cuban nemesis two years out from Tokyo Olympics

The crowd booed as Ward lost a 3-2 split decision, but it seems he has finally caught up to his career-long rival.

Ruthless Kingdom U20s concede just one point to Waterford in 30-point victory

For the second week in-a-row, Jack O’Connor’s Kerry put up a huge score.

Stoke and Arsenal stars on target as Switzerland earn dramatic late win Report This post contains videos

Stoke and Arsenal stars on target as Switzerland earn dramatic late win

Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri helped their team narrowly prevail.

Cork U20s avoid shock at the hands of Clare to book Munster final showdown with Kerry

A strong second period saw Cork through by four points.

McCarthy promoted to Monaghan starting team while Hughes misses out

Kildare and Armagh have also named their teams.

Kerry make one change for Cork as they chase sixth consecutive Munster title

The rival counties prepare to do battle in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday evening.

Messi and Argentina's World Cup hopes are still alive - here's how they can progress

Nigeria’s win over Iceland has boosted the hopes of Jorge Sampaoli’s side.

Patrick Kluivert's son Justin signs for Roma on long-term deal

Justin Kluivert has penned a deal with the Italian club that runs until 2023.

'We all go together' - The Sydney GAA club leading the way Down Under

30 years since their foundation, Michael Cusacks are one of the top sides in Australia – and have a huge day on Sunday.

Spieth stumbles, McIlroy in hunt at PGA Travelers

The Down native is three strokes adrift of early clubhouse leader Brian Harman.

LeBron in 'good dialogue' with Cavs as they await decision about his future

The star forward has one week to decide whether to stay in Cleveland or opt out of the final year of his deal.

Laois boss Sugrue following in the footsteps of Kerry giants Micko and Páidí

John Sugrue has guided Laois to Sunday’s Leinster football final.

Brilliant Musa double inspires Nigeria to victory as Group D is blown wide open

Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa sent the Super Eagles into second place with an impressive brace against Iceland.

Sublime! Ahmed Musa's outrageous half-volley is one of the goals of the World Cup Worldie This post contains videos

Sublime! Ahmed Musa's outrageous half-volley is one of the goals of the World Cup

The forward’s 14th goal for his country is surely a goal of the competition contender.

Ex-Barcelona midfielder Van Bommel handed PSV job as Cocu leaves for Fenerbahce

The former Dutch international will become head coach at his old club, while his former team-mate heads to Turkey.

Around 400 Argentina football fans were left heartbroken in Temple Bar last night Disappointment This post contains videos

Around 400 Argentina football fans were left heartbroken in Temple Bar last night

Jorge Sampaoli’s side saw their World Cup hopes suffer a blow amid a loss to Croatia.

'It's more of a pride thing that it's all us this year. All the players we have are from Kildare'

Captain Brian Byrne says the Kildare hurlers are reaping the benefits of having a homegrown panel.

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Liam Brady and Richie Sadlier were at odds after VAR helped overturn Neymar's penalty claim Agree To Disagree This post contains videos

Liam Brady and Richie Sadlier were at odds after VAR helped overturn Neymar's penalty claim

Referee Bjorn Kuipers appeared to award the spot-kick before consulting the video replay and deciding the Brazilian forward had gone down easily.

Southgate criticises English press for team leak

Various outlets published images of Sunday’s supposed line-up against Panama, much to the chagrin of the Three Lions’ manager.

Derry begin mid-season recruitment drive with capture of Canadian international

Ben Fisk has signed with the Candystripes until the end of the season.

Coyle just misses out on podium place at WC final

The Meath woman put in a strong performance in Astana, but slipped to fourth in tough conditions.

Late goals from big names Coutinho and Neymar hand Brazil first win of the tournament Up And Running This post contains videos

Late goals from big names Coutinho and Neymar hand Brazil first win of the tournament

The Barcelona attacker bagged his second of the competition, before their talisman added another against a dogged Costa Rica side.

Ex-Ireland and Man City goalkeeper dies aged 65 RIP

Ex-Ireland and Man City goalkeeper dies aged 65

Ron Healey represented the Boys in Green and also enjoyed a spell at Cardiff City.

Argentina deny reports players want manager out

Jorge Sampaoli has received criticism after his side were beaten by Croatia.

'I didn't get stuck into players enough': Stockdale targets aerial improvement in Sydney

The winger has been working on his aerial ability over the last two weeks ahead of his return to the Test arena.

Staunton held in reserve as Mayo and Galway reveal their teams for Connacht final showdown

Reigning champions Galway are hoping to defend their crown when the sides meet on Sunday.

The Kerryman aiming to run and cycle from California to New York in just 36 days

Shane Finn ran 24 marathons in 24 days last year and is preparing to push the limit even further in 2019.

€3 million investment from Hong Kong saves Biarritz from relegation

A regular European challenger in the noughties, BO are relieved to cling on to a place in Pro D2.

Lovren believes Croatia can surpass achievements of 1998 World Cup heroes

With Davor Suker to the fore, Croatia came third at the World Cup in France 20 years ago.

'Are you a bit mad?' - American TV presenter kisses Martin O'Neill on the head Lip Service This post contains videos

'Are you a bit mad?' - American TV presenter kisses Martin O'Neill on the head

Imagine Tony O’Donoghue tried something like this.

France hard done by? I can squeal about that too, says All Blacks boss

Steve Hansen says it’s “pointless” to complain about refereeing decisions ahead of this weekend’s final Test.

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