Soccer - Today’s News
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The Bayern Munich star isn’t taking it well.
There were also wins for Austria, Russia and Sweden.
Jason McGuinness was given his marching orders for the Saints.
The title race is over for the Leesiders.
A setback for Bray Wanderers at the Brandywell.
Limerick’s fight continues as they win again
“Does that make us world champions?”
Richie Towell’s penalty secured the Premier Division title for the Lilywhites in Tallaght.
The ex-Red Devils boss rates Liverpool’s new manager highly.
Here’s what Friday had to offer, sports fans.
A convincing win for Noel King’s men this evening in Waterford.
“I’ve enjoyed my break from football… now I’m raring to get back.”
Jack McCaffrey has learned to realise there’s more to life than football.
Niall Kelly will be in Poland soon… but he’s not there yet.
How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?
Dundalk are on the brink of back-to-back titles and can seal the deal in Tallaght tonight.
Seamus Coleman and Marc Wilson will be available for selection in Warsaw on Sunday.
Strachan blamed bad luck for his country’s latest setback.
And it was a good night for RTÉ.
The former Norwich City man looks set to be the next Irish player to feature in the MLS.
Our League of Ireland columnist John O’Sullivan discusses the financial impact Thursday’s defeat of Germany will make to the domestic game.
The Boys in Green are set for a crunch encounter in Poland on Sunday.
That’s the sound of the police.
A record German television audience of 11 million watched last night’s game and they were far from impressed.
Gordon Strachan’s side conjured a brilliant comeback only to suffer elimination after conceding with last kick.
“I believe in a playing philosophy that is very emotional, very fast and very strong.”
There’s still plenty of football to play but a picture is emerging of how the qualifiers will play out.
Take the rest of the day, Longy.
Presumably, someone’s told Roy Keane.
The Irish team celebrated by listening to Justin Bieber – and he was loving it.
The Boys in Green earned a historic 1-0 Euro 2016 qualification victory over Germany on Thursday.
Ireland’s U21s will be aiming to keep up their 100% record in their European Championship qualifying campaign tonight.
Meanwhile, Liam Brady said it was Ireland’s greatest result since the famous 2001 win over Holland.
The Tipperary native had a night to remember as Ireland beat Germany.
The Germany head coach wasn’t happy with his team’s finishing or Ireland’s tactics.
Gelsenkirchen hero John O’Shea salutes Aviva hero Shane Long.