Soccer - Today’s News
The Chelsea manager paid tribute to the players left out today.
Robbie Williams, Vitor Baia and Paolo Di Canio have all been on the receiving end of the Irishman’s wit.
Nemanja Matic must have been brainwashed by his captain.
There were crucial wins for Liverpool and Arsenal as Chelsea lifted the Capital One Cup.
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The Tallaght club have strengthened ahead of the campaign, with a former Millwall defender among those joining.
This week also features mathematical modelling and the original sports app.
Goals either side of half-time from John Terry and Diego Costa saw off Tottenham at Wembley.
Chelsea took on Tottenham in the first of this season’s major finals.
Martin O’Neill was at the Emirates to cast his eye over Everton’s Irish trio.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have now gone 11 league games without tasting defeat.
The avid Celtic fan is already an internet sensation.
It ended 2-1 in a riveting game at Anfield.
The Arsenal boss has been criticised for his tactics and team selection.
Brendan Rodgers and Manuel Pellegrini did battle in a midday kick-off at Anfield.
In part 1 of our series, we get journalists’ view on the challenges Irish football faces in 2015.
The Cork native was the victim of a wild challenge from Hull’s Maynor Figueroa.
Keep an eye out … These two men are officially allowed graze their sheep on Stephen’s Green from today
John Giles and Brother Kevin Crowley join the likes of Brian O’Driscoll, The Edge and Aung San Suu Kyi in the city’s most exclusive club.
We talk to Ger O’Brien and Mark Kenneally, who have recently set up Elite Performance Consultancy.
Also, Caroline Wozniacki taking the positives from her relationship with Rory.
The Chelsea manager has won the Champions League among many other league and cup titles.
‘I don’t say the exact same thing to the visiting captain as I say to Paul O’Connell’ – President Higgins on those pre-game line-ups Exclusive
The President on the importance of sport in the life of a country.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
The domestic season got under-way this afternoon.
United stutter, Big Sam booed and Crouch’s record-equalling goal.
The Jewish immigrant from Eastern Europe went on to make football history but his achievements are largely unknown.
Roger East has defended his controversial decision to send off Wes Brown in Sunderland’s defeat to Manchester United.
Peter Crouch netted the only goal of a drab affair at the Britannia Stadium.
It was some way short of the club’s record win — a 21-0 demolition of Anchor in 1880.
Meanwhile, Tim Sherwood’s wait for his first points as Aston Villa manager continued.
A second-half brace from Wayne Rooney saw United over the line after the referee wrongly sent-off Wes Brown.
It’s been an eventful afternoon for the Ireland defender.
“We have seen these kind of campaigns against players, president, supporters.”
The Hammers are without a win in their last six outings.
The announcement comes on the back of recent news confirming that Roche has signed with US side Houston Dash.
We were at Old Trafford to see if the hosts could bounce back after defeat in Wales last weekend.
The league opener is still a week away but Dundalk host St Patrick’s Athletic at Oriel Park this afternoon.
Charlton admitted video footage that received over one million hits online was a publicity stunt.
Shane Duffy has impressed since joining Blackburn from Everton in the summer transfer window
Manuel Pellegrini will need to limit the damage to squad morale immediately.
Our readers produced the goods again over the past seven days.
The Republic of Ireland international has been back in Dublin recently caring for his ill daughter.