Soccer - Today’s News
Off the back of two wins, Dave Connell’s side face Italy on Sunday in their final Group 2 match.
Darren Murphy has helped Stephen Henderson to bring Cobh Ramblers to the brink of the Premier Division.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Harps need just one point from their final game, while Youths need two wins to stay up.
Bray kept the home side to a scoreless draw in Tallaght.
Lacklustre affair at Eamonn Deacy Park.
Barry McNamee scored the winner at the Brandywell.
There are some tough choices to make after game week 3.
John Caulfield’s side were 3-1 winners tonight.
Anthony Foley was also laid to rest, while the Boys in Green have been scheduled to play Iceland.
Alan McCormack is suspended until December.
Neymar’s contract saga at Barcelona is finally at an end, after the Brazil forward signed his new five-year deal on Friday.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Bayern Munich are focusing on producing local talent, rather than following the Premier League’s foraging abroad.
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The ground’s capacity will increase to 8,000.
John O’Sullivan believes 35,000 should be the target for next month’s showdown between Dundalk and Cork City.
Plus, Leicester City back to winning ways with a narrow victory against Crystal Palace.
Liverpool came up against the aerial threat on Monday night and they are expecting more of the same at home to the Baggies.
It was the Dubliner’s second treble down under.
The friendly will take place four days after a massive World Cup qualifier against Wales.
Arsenal have lost only once in the past seven months and Arsene Wenger has challenged them to prove their mettle as potential champions.
The Dundalk boss feels deflated after coming away from their latest Europa League game with nothing, but believes his players did themselves proud.
Luis Suarez received praise from an unlikely source after the Barcelona star added more silverware to his collection.
Mauricio Pochettino insists Dele Alli must maintain part of the aggressive side of his game for Tottenham.
Plus why the jeering of United players was ridiculous.
Soccer - Thursday 20 October, 2016
The former Ireland manager lamented the intense few weeks that Stephen Kenny’s men have had to endure.
Paul Pogba starred as Manchester United thrashed Fenerbahce and Jose Mourinho responded by mocking the perception of his recent form.
The world’s most expensive footballer netted twice in the 4-1 win.
Robbie Benson had put the Louth club ahead before two second half goals for the visitors.
The Israeli side earned an important victory this evening.
The Red Devils won 4-1 in the Europa League against Fenerbahce tonight.
It wasn’t enough ultimately, however, as Zenit emerged as 2-1 victors.
Untied returned to winning way thanks in part to a double from Paul Pogba.
The Saints were beaten by Serie A side Inter tonight.
Elsewhere, it was a good day on the course for Pádraig Harrington, Carl Frampton confirms a mouth-watering rematch and Martin O’Neill’s side drop two places in the Fifa rankings.
The 2008 winners and Group D leaders visited a sold-out Tallaght Stadium this evening.
The England international has been a substitute for the Red Devils’ last four matches.
New York has been suggested as one possible host city for the final.
The Ireland assistant manager didn’t hold back on the station’s Champions League show.
Luis Suarez picked up his second Golden Shoe award today for his remarkable campaign last season.
20 books are in the running to claim the award, with a winner to be announced in December.