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Zinedine Zidane has led Los Blancos to another European Cup.
It’s was all-Madrid derby in Milan.
The Tigers have won the Championship play-off final against Sheffield Wednesday at Wembley.
Romelu Lukaku was also on target in Belgium’s 2-1 over Switzerland.
We talked to one of the men behind the Boys in Green jersey.
Luuk de Jong had some fulsome praise for Martin O’Neill’s side after Friday night’s friendly in Dublin.
The French defender is free to resume playing from tomorrow.
The former Arsenal, Chelsea and Real Madrid player has been embroiled in a legal dispute with ex-club Lokomotiv Moscow.
Jay Tregakiss showed magnificent skill in a Football for All tournament in Switzerland.
Champions League finalists Atletico Madrid dominate our choices.
Atletico Madrid will be looking for their first European Cup in Milan tonight.
Paddy McNair was deployed in midfield once again and walked away with a Man of the Match award last night.
The packages in question were left by a woman at a metro stop. They were subsequently found to contain ‘children’s gifts’.
England’s national stadium will host Spurs’ home matches in Europe.
Brentford’s Player of the Year was found to have high levels of salbutamol in his system due the use of an asthma inhaler.
Plus, are Real capable of toppling the best defence in Europe?
Our man in Milan caught up with European football’s most successful player to preview tonight’s game.
He’s a huge fan of Willian, having brought him to Chelsea in 2013.
The club face Hull in the Championship play-off final on Saturday.
The best of what you had to say this week.
Tony Sheridan chats to The42 about making his Premier League debut as a teenager and starring with Shelbourne.
The Ireland boss still has plenty to contemplate ahead of the Euro 2016 squad announcement on Tuesday night.
The Irish manager was full of praise for Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers last night.
It was confirmed that the Special One would become Man United manager yesterday.
Danny Blind said his side took 60 minutes to reach “an acceptable level” at the Aviva Stadium.
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The Irish manager also had words of encouragement for the other fringe players who performed tonight.
The Bournemouth midfielder put in a fine display in tonight’s draw with the Netherlands.
Kyle Lafferty, Conor Washington and Grigg were on the scoresheet at Windsor Park.
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Plus, Shane Long scores again as Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino watches on.
Substitute Luuk de Jong levelled terms after a first half goal from the Southampton striker at the Aviva Stadium.
We were live from the Aviva Stadium as Martin O’Neill’s side played the first of two pre-tournament friendlies.
The Tottenham manager was sitting alongside the striker’s agent, Pat Dolan.
Meanwhile, two changes for Leinster ahead of Saturday’s Pro12 final against Connacht and some good news for Padraig Harrington.
The 18-year-old Manchester United prodigy made an incredible start to his international career.
The Boys in Green take on the Netherlands at the Aviva Stadium tonight.
Derby County have appointed the man behind the ostrich rant.
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Mourinho is confident the appointment comes at the perfect time in his own career.
Juan Mata is part of an anxious group that will be wary of the new manager’s arrival.