Soccer - Today’s News
The 29-year-old Conlan is the older brother of Ireland’s Olympic bronze medallist, Michael.
Here’s what we could see in the flames this week.
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Zhang Tianbo has never seen a Premier League match live or even set foot outside China.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Barcelona retained their position at the top of La Liga following tonight’s action.
Plus, why Roberto Martinez’s position at Everton now looks untenable.
The Foxes need just three points from their remaining three league games this season to be crowned champions.
Meanwhile, defender Shane Duffy was on target for Blackburn today.
Martin Russell’s men score their 50th goal of the season in five-goal demolition.
Substitute Danny Welbeck hit a 59th-minute winner with a powerful strike to give the Gunners all three points.
In a pre-planned protest, hundreds of fans held up A4 posters bearing the words “TIME FOR CHANGE”.
Meanwhile, the defender has denied approaching Bayern Munich over a summer move.
The champagne had to be put back on ice after Thomas Mueller’s first-half header for Bayern was cancelled out
Before Saturday’s kick-off at Goodison, there was a sustained round of applause when representatives of the Hillsborough families took to the pitch.
Meanwhile, Sunderland needed a last-minute Jermaine Defoe penalty to earn a 1-1 draw at Stoke.
Meanwhile, Cork-born goalkeeper and club captain Colin Doyle completed 90 minutes for Blackpool.
Victory at Hearts puts the Bohys 12 points clear with four games remaining.
There was also disappointment for Aiden McGeady, as he was left out of Sheffield Wednesday’s side.
Brian Lenihan finally played for Steve Bruce’s side this afternoon.
The Toffees welcome Bournemouth to Goodison Park at the end of an emotional week for the city.
The Bournemouth player had been struggling to recover from an achilles injury he sustained on 1 March.
The Spanish goalkeeer made eight appearances for the Belgian club after falling out with Louis van Gaal.
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The Frenchman says his side’s bid for the title wasn’t helped by playing in difficult atmospheres at home.
If Norwich are relegated it would be a second successive relegation for Robbie Brady, while Wes Hoolahan is also facing the drop for the second time.
Plus, why Sunday’s game is just as important for Manchester United as it is for the Foxes.
Gary Breen admits getting ‘very emotional’ right before Ireland’s 2002 World Cup campaign and says he sees a similar togetherness in the current squad.
With Rob Elliot injured, there has been much discussion over who will take his place in the squad this summer.
A vital win for Sunderland and Leicester’s party to be put on hold are included in our selections this week.
The German manager insists that he made the right call in leaving his forward out of the action.
Soccer - Friday 29 April, 2016
Aitor Karanka’s side are battling with Burnley and Brighton for the Championship’s two automatic promotion places.
Ryan Curran gave the visitors the lead with a 23rd-minute first-half penalty.
The win will ease the pressure on Pat Fenlon for the time being.
The Louth men extended their lead at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division with a win tonight.
The hairstyles are not the only thing to change over the years.
Longford were poor at the back in the first half, but the roles were reversed in the second period.
Karl Sheppard’s 25th-minute goal — his third consecutive game to find the net — was enough for John Caulfield’s side.
A fine start to the season has seen Kenny Shiels’ side go second.
Elsewhere, Manchester United signed a wonderkid, Mauricio Pochettino to stay at Spurs and Irish international Jonny Hayes got some good news.
“I was so cold that one day I faked an injury…”
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