Soccer - Today’s News
The Irish international has issued a stark warning to his opponents.
In the first of his weekly columns, John O’Sullivan looks at what the League of Ireland’s newest members can bring to the table.
The Irish international is set to feature, as LA Galaxy take on Chicago Fire at 3am Irish time tomorrow.
Footage has emerged of club doctor Eva Carneiro being abused from the stands.
The 30-year-old former Leicester and Preston defender had been on trial at the club.
We chat to John O’Sullivan and Macdara Ferris in part 3 of our series ahead of the 2015 season.
We celebrate one of Ireland’s most renowned and revered football clubs.
The striker is relishing the chance to prove himself with a regular run in the Lilywhites team — starting at home to Longford Town tonight.
Dundalk start their Premier Division title defence tonight against Longford Town.
The Swiss is sure that prejudice and ignorance can be stamped out of the game.
Is it Friday night yet?
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Anything higher than five is a decent score!
The Welshman was unmoved by the Dutchman’s celebrations following Manchester United’s win over Newcastle United.
Coming soon to a Friday night near you…
We’ll Leave it There So: Roy Keane summonsed, Warburton’s hi-tech icer and the rest of today’s sport
Meanwhile, Swansea’s Bafetimbi Gomis has taken to Twitter to allay concerns following his collapse on the pitch against Tottenham.
The duo were charged for an incident in last’s night game.
Who’s on top of the league?
Jordan Larsson looks like a very exciting prospect.
The date has been set for 31 March — just two days after Ireland’s vital Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.
We look back on Man United’s defeat of Newcastle and more of Wednesday’s games.
President Higgins will be in attendance when Tommy Dunne’s men face Derry City at Eamonn Deacy Park.
The Liverpool boss is very happy with the 21-year old’s progress.
‘It actually looks much scarier than it is’: Gomis offers assurances about his health after collapse
The health of the striker’s father caused his own existing condition to flare up on the field.
Soccer - Wednesday 4 March, 2015
It was another bad night for Roberto Martinez and Everton.
A 1-0 win at St James’ Park keeps Louis van Gaal’s men on course for a Champions League spot.
It was another comfortable night for the Reds at Anfield.
Gutierrez returns as a second-half sub in Newcastle’s defeat to Man United.
When it comes to a night off homework, you know it’s serious.
And who should be top the league by the end of March?
Otherwise, there wasn’t much to talk about in the first half at St James’ Park.
French international needed treatment by both medical teams.
Barca beat Villarreal 6-2 on aggregate to book their place in the Copa del Rey final.
We’ll Leave It There So: Early start for England visit, South Africa confirm rival bid and the rest of today’s sport
Also, Katie makes her pick for Mayweather versus Pacquiao.
Updates as they happen from St James’ Park and Anfield.
The Aviva Stadium will host the game at 1pm on 7 June.
Despite signing some top players, Cork City have stayed within budget according to John Caulfield.
The Barcelona star reportedly told them: ‘You’re jealous of me because I’m famous’.