Soccer - Today’s News
The Dubliner hopes to catch the eye during this week’s training camp.
Anthony Martial was allowed leave the national team to travel to England.
Charlie Austin to Manchester United anyone?
That’s according to Louis van Gaal.
He’s even sent his hairstylist to make sure it’s perfect.
The Croatian’s error led to West Ham’s decisive second goal in Liverpool’s 3-0 loss on Saturday.
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The Colombian striker came off the bench to score from 25 yards in their 3-0 win over Sevilla tonight.
The Japanese international is enjoying a glorious renaissance under the club’s new manager.
Sergio Romero failed his big audition while Garry Monk is working small miracles in the Valleys.
Also, why Jermain Defoe and his job advert have silly season sewn up.
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The Giallorossi were 2-1 winners over the Serie A champions at the Stadio Olimpico .
Louis van Gaal’s men suffered a 2-1 loss to the Swans at the Liberty Stadium.
Johnny McDonnell has left the club by mutual consent.
The Belgian international has returned to the Premier League from Wolfsburg.
Martin O’Neill was on hand to watch the Saints’ first win of the season.
Martin Russell’s Limerick have picked up 13 points from a possible 15 this month.
We were at the Liberty Stadium to see if Wayne Rooney could pick up from where he left off in Europe.
Thomas Muller scored twice for the Bavarians with Arjen Robben also finding the net.
Brendan Rodgers insisted the player had a future at Anfield on Friday.
Various reports speculate that a deal could be tied up within the next two days.
Meanwhile, it was a rare bad day at the office for Robbie Keane and the Galaxy.
Josh Cullen was brought on by Slaven Bilic.
What is going on with the hair though, Gareth?
Ipswich striker Daryl Murphy is left out as he continues to nurse a calf complaint.
Gary McCabe came back to haunt his old club and deny them victory.
The Longford stalwart made the difference to earn his side all three points.
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The Reds boss also defended ‘not that type of player’ Coutinho after his red card.
A hat-trick in his 200th game would have been pretty sweet too.
Soccer - Saturday 29 August, 2015
Plus, why are so few teams winning at home so far this season?
The Northern Irishman signs a four-year deal.
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‘Arsenal are a soft touch – when the screw turns they lack strength, power and pace.’
Louis van Gaal says he is yet to be fully tested.
Chris Forrester is on his way to Peterborough.
Man City continue 100% start to the season with club record win, West Brom defeat nine-man Stoke City
Elsewhere, a Callum Wilson overhead kick earned Bournemouth a point at home to Leicester.
West Ham stunned Brendan Rodgers’ side at Anfield.
The Londoners’ poor start to the season continued, as goals from Bakary Sako and Joel Ward consigned the hosts to a shock loss.