Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Leicester City’s inability to play as a cohesive unit at Manchester United enraged the Italian.
The German said he was in ‘the wrong mood’ to discuss Mamadou Sakho’s outburst.
Karl Sheppard went close with a long distance effort and cleared one off the line at his own end.
Javier Hernandez has been excellent for Bayer Leverkusen since joining the club last year.
First-half goals from Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil made the difference.
The Gunners conjured a rampant display against Antonio Conte’s side.
Sporting Gijon were unable to halt a rampant Barcelona in the 5-0 loss, despite Luis Enrique’s team being without Lionel Messi.
Plus, a first league defeat of the season for Everton.
Sergio Aguero scored twice on his return from a domestic suspension to continue Manchester City’s perfect start to the season at Swansea.
It was a birthday to forget for interim manager Mike Phelan as his side were thrashed 5-1.
Can Jurgen Klopp’s side maintain their fine start to the season at Anfield this afternoon?
The Frenchman got his first goal for the club as they easily brushed past the hapless reigning champions.
Loris Karius was signed from Mainz in the summer.
Derry City manager Kenny Shiels has some strong opinions on international football.
The French international posted comments to Snapchat about his treatment by the club but later deleted them.
Martin O’Neill left the talented winger out of the Ireland squad for the World Cup double-header.
Jose’s made a big call ahead of the champions’ visit to Old Trafford.
The England international has to make do with a place on the bench.
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Plus, we are not letting Liverpool forget about their infamous cream suits from the 1996 FA Cup final.
The Hammers boss in under pressure.
The Old Trafford skipper has a had a difficult start to the season.
Soccer - Friday 23 September, 2016
The 24-year-old wasn’t selected by Martin O’Neill for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
The Seagulls also guaranteed their Premier Division status for another season, in the process.
Keith Long’s side claimed a 1-0 victory at Dalymount Park.
The left winger was in magnificent form as Stephen Kenny’s side won 3-1 at Oriel Park.
The Hoops secured a 4-2 win at the Tallaght Stadium.
Elsewhere, Burnley striker Andre Gray has been slapped with a four-game ban for homophobic tweets he posted in 2012.
Jose Mourinho has only started Marcus Rashford once in the Premier League this season – a situation the striker is determined to change.
The Frenchman marks two decades at Arsenal with a difficult game against Chelsea this weekend.
There was better news for Irish defenders Stephen Ward and Kevin Long, who have signed new deals with the club.
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Elsewhere, we’re predicting goals at Old Trafford.
Dundalk will face Cork City on Tuesday 11 October.
Danny Rogers and Conor Hourihane are the two new faces in Ireland’s 33-man squad.
Tottenham must ease the burden on Vincent Janssen to fill Harry Kane’s goalscoring boots, says Mauricio Pochettino.
Martin O’Neill revealed that he has met with the player’s agent about the possibility of declaring for the Boys in Green.
Roy Keane and the rest of the backroom staff have also agreed to extend their stay.
Martin O’Neill names 33-man squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wished to be “constructive” not “destructive” after claims Jose Mourinho had violent intentions towards him.
Columnist John O’Sullivan assesses the arguments against splashing out €15 to see Irish football.