Soccer - Today’s News
Follow all the action from the day’s early kick-off as Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to White Hart Lane.
The Dundalk manager says it wouldn’t have been right for the away team to have more support in Dublin.
Plus, how Dundalk are going to spend all that newly-earned European money.
We’re also going with Liverpool to bounce back against Spurs and Leicester’s attack to start clicking.
It’s not yet known when he will be able to return.
The Gunners are expected to complete a double signing before the transfer window closes.
The Reds manager insists the captain will stay at the club, labelling him an ‘important’ player with an ‘outstanding attitude’.
Plus, where will Daniel Sturridge play against Tottenham?
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Among the fresh faces in a squad is teenage Manchester City forward Enes Unal.
It’s his second treble in a week.
The Lilywhites are four poinst clear at the top of the League of Ireland.
Sean Boyd and Dean Clarke were on the mark for the Hoops.
Can Kerry shock Jim Gavin’s side and set up an All-Ireland decider with Mayo?
Bohs have now won three of their last four league games.
It was all too easy for John Caulfield’s men tonight.
Plus, Shane Duffy has become Brighton’s record signing, while Blackburn have brought in two Irish defenders.
A bit of a headache for Stephen Kenny.
The midfielder is heading back to Serie A.
The 20-year-old Brazilian is on his way to La Liga.
The defender indicated Real Madrid were the beneficiaries of a fortuitous draw.
The England international has just less than a week to secure a move away from the Citizens.
Noel King’s side take on Slovenia and Serbia at the start of next month.
What’s the next move going to be for the World Cup winner?
Derrick Williams and Tommie Hoban have secured permanent and loan deals respectively.
Let’s see if you’ve been paying attention over the last seven days.
The Lilywhites will take on Zenit Saint-Petersburg, AZ Alkmaar and Maccabi Tel Aviv in the group stages.
The Ireland U19 international joins League One side Walsall.
The governing body’s Ethics Committee have also called for an €18,000 fine.
He may not have always got the credit he deserved during his playing days but there is no doubt he will be remembered as one of our greatest, writes TV3′s Tommy Martin.
The last trophy Liverpool won was the League Cup in 2012.
Plus, Tottenham are linked with two Premier League regulars ahead of their Champions League campaign.
The draw was made in Monaco this afternoon.
The former Arsenal striker will work as part of the Spaniard’s backroom staff in his new role.
Meanwhile, Irish underage defenders Tommie Hoban and Derrick Williams have replaced Duffy at Blackburn.
UEFA has announced changes that will see the continent’s big leagues get automatic places from 2018-19.
The Hull midfielder has opened up to the BBC about a dark time in his life.
The Deportivo La Coruna attacker appears to be on his way to the Emirates.
Soccer - Thursday 25 August, 2016
Manchester United, Inter Milan, Ajax, Roma and Villarreal are all possible opponents for the Louth club.
Tetyana Kozyrenko scored the winner for the Lithuanian visitors, making it an agonising defeat for the hosts in Ferrycarrig Park.
Felipe Teixeira’s goal just before half-time proved the difference at a stunned Olympic Stadium in London.
Elsewhere, Ireland will have another Paralympian in Rio while Cristiano Ronaldo picks up another individual accolade.