Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Bruce Grobbelaar believes his former club Liverpool would be better off selling Raheem Sterling to Manchester City.
Following Jack Byrne’s move today, we look at others who could flourish in years to come.
Reports on Monday claimed the defender had informed the club of his desire to leave the club for Man United but his parent says he wants to stay put.
The Hoops will welcome Progrès Niederkorn to Dublin next week.
Catch up on all the important stories you might have missed.
You’re an ostrich.
Football’s latest bizarre injury.
Shamrock Rovers kick off their Europa League campaign against Progres Niederkorn of Luxembourg this evening.
Paul O’Connell will probably win it.
Josep Maria Bartomeu told the anecdote to demonstrate his relationship with ‘super agent’ Mino Raiola.
Damien Duff has played down recent rumours linking him with a move to the Dublin club.
*The midfielder is set for a loan spell in Holland.
The Nike Ordem 3 was officially unveiled today.
Fifa’s infamous payout following the Thierry Henry handball incident in the 2010 World Cup playoff also gets a mention.
Three clubs have made bids for Paul Pogba, while Seamus Coleman’s proposed move to Manchester United has received a boost.
Seems he may be stuck in Rome for some time.
Quinn has transferred from Hull to Reading.
Hiddink only lasted 10 months in the manager’s role, losing more than half of his games in charge.
Sean O’Driscoll will be the new Liverpool assistant manager.
Denis Thwaites was a League Cup winner with the Blues.
10-man Peru just couldn’t cope with Eduardo Vargas last night.
The head of La Liga, Javier Tebas, has slammed the Spanish club over the issue of broadcasting rights.
The Brazil legend rescinded his contract with Mexican side Queretaro recently.
The 25-year-old midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks.
Soccer - Monday 29 June, 2015
The defender isn’t going anywhere fast.
The U21 international has been compared to Man United legend Paul Scholes.
Here’s what you may have missed today, sports fans.
From the ‘Miracle at Medinah’ to that famous night in Istanbul.
It’s been confirmed that the midfielder has signed a three-year deal.
The Juve coach said the Netherlands international almost drove him to despair at the San Siro.
The goalkeeper moves across London after 11 years at Stamford Bridge.
The Milan legend has mixed feelings over the potential return of Ibrahimovic to the San Siro.
Paulinho spent two unproductive seasons at White Hart Lane.
Sure they didn’t really want to win it anyway.
This XI is brimming with quality from top to bottom.
Arsenal and Chelsea are also keen on a prolific French striker while United are prepared to lose David De Gea for nothing.
John Guidetti’s interview after Sweden’s victory over Denmark was absolutely bonkers.
The League of Ireland club has learned of counterfeit tickets in circulation for the second leg against BATE Borisov.