Soccer - Yesterday’s News
James McClean gave a searingly honest interview on BBC’s Football Focus.
Ashley Barnes and Andre Gray gave Burnley a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace.
Here’s a round-up of this afternoon’s premier league action.
The man is absolutely gifted.
'I was desperate to go to the toilet... So I peed over the balcony and there was a nurse underneath'
Liverpool legend Terry McDemott reflects on his colourful career at the top level as a player and coach.
With 12 points still to play for, the Bhoys are nine shy of their 103-point tally from 2002.
The legendary Arsenal defender has been unable to extend Granada’s stay in the Spanish top flight.
Staying patient about his return from a broken leg is the biggest challenge facing Seamus Coleman.
David Meyler will miss Ireland’s crucial World Cup 2018 qualifier against Austria in June.
The Manchester City star had a dig at United’s defensive display at the Etihad Stadium.
The Cork City star’s fine form continued last night.
After some testing times in England, Graham Cummins now feels he’s heading in the right direction.
Cork City’s 2-1 win over Bray Wanderers last night at Turner’s Cross sent them 12 points clear at the top.
Soccer - Friday 28 April, 2017
Elsewhere, Waterford and UCD shared the spoils while Wexford and Cabinteely also drew in the First Division.
The Ballybofey club were one point and one place above their hosts before kick-off.
Roberto Lopes has opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers.
The Candy Stripes were forced to come from behind for the third consecutive match to earn a draw.
Ryan Bailey had never been horse racing before. Was he able to make some money for charity?
Gareth McCaffrey was on target for the home side before Jonah Ayunga equalised at United Park.
Gary Shanahan blasted a 93rd minute winner after Vinny Faherty scored his first goal of the season.
The Leesiders extended their lead at the top as Maguire scored his 10th goal of the season.
Meanwhile, it’s been confirmed that Tottenham will play their home games at Wembley for the duration of the 2017-18 season.
There’s also a North London derby on a busy Sunday of football.
Plus, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard to be first goalscorer against Everton on Sunday.
'This wasn't about him not getting a game': Father denies son getting dropped a factor in court case
The now-18-year-old lost a court case alleging that his football team bullied him and caused post-traumatic stress.
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The 27-year-old, who moved to Anfield in the summer of 2014, is the latest player to extend his commitment with the Anfield side
The Candystripes have found their new home for European football this summer.
Streaming is doing for football fans what file-sharing once did for music buyers, writes Tommy Martin.
Bray Wanderers winger Dylan Connolly has been one of the players lighting up the league this season.
Katie Taylor has backed the new High Performance director to thrive in the role.
Soccer - Thursday 27 April, 2017
Louise Quinn and others were left in limbo following news that the club’s women’s team was liquidated.
The Manchester United boss has been speaking about Marouane Fellaini’s sending off.
Former midfielder Sylvain Marveaux, who joined Brittany outfit Lorient last year, is among those in hot water.
The race for a top-four spot remains in the balance after tonight’s game at the Etihad Stadium.
Doctors are concerned the 23-year-old may have sustained lasting damage to his eyesight.
Dundalk skipper Stephen O’Donnell says the champions are driven by doubts from their detractors.
The centre-back was on loan at Royal Antwerp from Manchester United at the time.
The city rivals met at the Etihad Stadium this evening with fourth place on the line.
“He’d already bitten somebody when you first bid!”
Bundesliga giants agree €21m deal with Juventus.