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Today’s News

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.

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.

'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.

Cork City and Cockhill Celtic receive €160k in Uefa Natural Disaster Grants

The clubs suffered significant damage to their grounds last year.

Monday 11 June, 2018

Robbie Keane scores, Cantona returns to Old Trafford but England win Soccer Aid on penalties For A Good Cause This post contains videos

Robbie Keane scores, Cantona returns to Old Trafford but England win Soccer Aid on penalties

Neil from The Inbetweeners bagged the winning spot-kick as £5 million was raised for Unicef last night.

Sunday 10 June, 2018

'I ended up working for DHL Express and Zidane went on to manage Real Madrid'

Former St Patrick’s Athletic and Bohemians defender Maurice O’Driscoll on facing one of the greats, a brief spell managing in the LOI and his highly-rated son Aaron.

Former champion jockey left needing medical treatment after being struck in the face by fellow rider

Brazilian Raul Da Silva was handed a 21-day ban after hitting Jim Crowley at Goodwood.

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

This is how the last seven days looked through the lens.

Saturday 9 June, 2018

'Norway were the better side but you cannot concede those types of goals and expect to stay in the game'

Ireland manager Colin Bell says his side are still striving to bridge the gap between them and the top nations after last night’s loss.

Friday 8 June, 2018

Ireland's World Cup qualification hopes dealt a blow with Norway defeat WNT

Ireland's World Cup qualification hopes dealt a blow with Norway defeat

A brace from Lisa-Marie Utland saw Colin Bell’s team go down in this evening’s qualifier.

As it happened Ireland v Norway, Women's World Cup qualifier

The Girls in Green faced a difficult test at Tallaght Stadium tonight.

'We want to upset the big two' - Ireland begin double-header with Norway on World Cup mission

Colin Bell’s side are back in action at Tallaght Stadium this evening before travelling to Stavanger to face the top seeds again on Tuesday.

Thursday 7 June, 2018

'They’re looking straight past us' - Ireland star believes Norway are underestimating them

Six months on from cruciate knee surgery, Manchester City full-back Megan Campbell is nearing her return to the international fold.

Tuesday 5 June, 2018

Nike's Brazil World Cup ad sees Ronaldo recreate iconic airport scene from 1998 Jogo Bonito This post contains videos

Nike's Brazil World Cup ad sees Ronaldo recreate iconic airport scene from 1998

Hard to believe it’s 20 years since the original.

Sunday 3 June, 2018

Rice shows maturity beyond his years with man-of-the-match performance

At just 19, the West Ham youngster was composed on the ball throughout Ireland’s win over the US.

Saturday 2 June, 2018

First international goals for Graham Burke and Alan Judge hand Ireland victory over the US

In John O’Shea’s final appearance, the Boys in Green ran out 2-1 winners at the Aviva Stadium.

Burke earns first start for Ireland as O'Shea named captain on final appearance

The Boys in Green face the US in Dublin tonight.

'Change hasn't worked for this club' - Bradley calls on Shamrock Rovers fans to stick with him

The Hoops manager is under increased pressure with the club currently languishing in the bottom half of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.

Do Ireland have a gameplan? Talking points ahead of tonight's friendly with the US

We say goodbye to a great servant, while the new players will be eager to impress against a youthful American team tonight.

Friday 1 June, 2018

Dundalk blast five past Hoops to maintain lead at the top and pile pressure on Bradley

The Lilywhites came back from a goal down to dismantle Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.

'The squad was announced... I think my dad learned a lesson that day not to tell me anything until it was official'

John O’Shea will wear the Ireland shirt one final time in front of home fans tomorrow evening.

'It’s going to be emotional for me' - Waterford set to lose goalkeeper after Cork showdown

Lawrence Vigouroux has been excellent for the Blues this season, but he is returning to parent club Swindon Town.

Thursday 31 May, 2018

'The club talked about respect but I thought I probably wasn’t shown the respect I deserved'

Ireland midfielder David Meyler has expressed disappointment with how his time at Hull City came to an end.

Wolves star Doherty honing in on Ireland starting berth after Premier League promotion

The full-back hopes playing in England’s top flight will give him a better chance of impressing Martin O’Neill.

Burke to skip Shamrock Rovers clash with Dundalk in favour of Ireland friendly against the US

The Dubliner, who made his international debut against France on Monday, won’t be involved in the Hoops’ SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game tomorrow night.

Wednesday 30 May, 2018

'What a servant and what a player he's been over such a long, long period'

John O’Shea makes his final appearance for Ireland this weekend, and a former team-mate has been speaking about his influence on the team.

Tuesday 29 May, 2018

O'Neill: We're a great distance off the French, but the players can learn from this defeat

The Ireland boss feels there are positives to take from Monday night’s loss, despite watching his team being played off the park.

Monday 28 May, 2018

'Roy said to me after the game, "Well done, because it's how you recover from mistakes"'

Ireland goalkeeper Colin Doyle admitted his frustration after allowing Nabil Fekir’s strike to loop in during tonight’s loss to France.

Three debuts made as Ireland go down to Les Bleus at rain-soaked Stade de France

Goals from Olivier Giroud and Nabil Fekir were enough to hand a dominant French side victory in Paris tonight.

Derrick Williams handed Ireland debut, Declan Rice also starts in Paris

The Stade de France hosts tonight’s friendly, and the teams are in.

Letter from Paris: Deschamps standing firm in selection fall-out as under-strength Ireland return to Saint-Denis

Ben Blake looks ahead to tonight’s friendly at the Stade de France, where the Boys in Green will need to be on form against their World Cup-bound opponents.

Ireland fit the right 'profile' for France and the talking points ahead of tonight's friendly

The Boys in Green are in Paris to face Didier Deschamps’ men this evening.

Sunday 27 May, 2018

'It's so important for us to show the new lads what's expected when we put on the jersey to play for our country'

Ireland captain Seamus Coleman is eager to get back out on the pitch in Monday night’s summer friendly with the French.

Hendrick withdraws from squad as Ireland gear up for 'big test' with star-studded French

Manager Martin O’Neill has spoken about the challenge facing his team in tomorrow night’s friendly in Paris.

Saturday 26 May, 2018

'To show the character that we did and come back, it speaks volumes for the players and their attitude'

Bohemians manager Keith Long feels a draw was a fair result against Shamrock Rovers last night.

Friday 25 May, 2018

Bohs deny Rovers derby win with last-gasp Cornwall header

Skipper Ronan Finn had put the Hoops in front, but they were unable to secure three points at Dalymount Park.

Ireland's latest call-up O'Malley skips exams to link up with senior squad Academic This post contains videos

Ireland's latest call-up O'Malley skips exams to link up with senior squad

The former St Patrick’s Athletic goalkeeper is studying to be a financial analyst, having earned a degree at Maynooth University.

Cork's Alan Browne in the form of his life and ready to supply Ireland with goals Browney Points This post contains videos

Cork's Alan Browne in the form of his life and ready to supply Ireland with goals

After finding the back of the net against Celtic, the Preston North End midfielder is keen to prove his worth in Paris on Monday.

'I was quite shocked. To be named captain of such a big club at 22 was an honour'

Sligo Rovers skipper Kyle Callan-McFadden has settled well at the Showgrounds after spells with Norwich City and Orlando City.

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