Soccer - Today’s News
Can Liverpool continue their fightback towards a top four place?
The ex-Man United manager discussed the best two players in the world over a couple of games of snooker with John Parrott.
The Ireland international came off the bench and crossed for Graziano Pelle with his first touch.
Brendan Rodgers has admitted Liverpool need a striker who can perform ‘at a top level every week’.
Jose you trickster, you.
We’re also backing Danny Ings to end his drought and Marouane Fellaini to see red on his return to Goodison Park.
They wear the same colour, in fairness.
Our readers produced the goods over the past seven days.
Arsenal v Chelsea grabs the headlines this weekend but Fellaini is back at Goodison while Newcastle’s unrest seems set to continue.
The Sunday Times’ annual list sees the Formula 1 driver well ahead of the rest of the field.
There’s still plenty of time for twists and turns yet.
Don’t worry United fans, LVG isn’t leaving just yet.
Speculations remains rife that the goalkeeper is off to Real Madrid.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Longford clinically swept the hosts aside as they recorded their third win of the campaign.
Keith Long’s side are now up to third in the Premier Division standings.
It was a tough night at the office for Cabinteely.
Aaron Greene scored twice against his former side as Sligo’s stuttering start continued at Richmond Park.
The champions are now five points clear at the top.
Also, AP McCoy prepares to say farewell and one Irish pundit wants Jack Grealish to feature against Scotland.
John O’Sullivan looks ahead at what the new National U17 League will bring to Irish football.
Supporters of the League Two outfit were planning to travel to Carlisle in fancy dress, but Kick It Out have warned them against it.
Cork City and Dundalk will square off in front of the RTÉ cameras at a packed Turner’s Cross.
How closely were you paying attention to this week’s sporting headlines.
“He’s right. That footballer’s getting paid 200 f**king grand a week…”
We speak to Dutch football writer Elko Born about the 21 year-old whose star is rapidly on the rise.
The now-managers will clash in the Champions League semi-finals but have plenty of history as players too.
The Black Cats winger is free to play this weekend after being charged with sexual offences with a 15-year-old on Thursday.
The draw was made in Switzerland this morning.
The Manchester United legend could have been one of the Boys in Green.
The 20-year-old has prompted much anger on Merseyside by postponing talks until the summer.
The RTÉ pundit wants Jack Grealish in the Irish team for the next Euro 2016 Qualifier.
Soccer - Thursday 23 April, 2015
Neymar and a fair few Bayern Munich players make the cut.
Here’s how tonight’s European quarter-finals went down.
Contract extension for the league-winning boss.
Mario Balotelli, Emre Can and others are ranked based on how well they’ve performed this season.
Now you decide who wins a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Anfield
A good omen for tomorrow’s top-of-the-table clash with Cork City?
It was a day of bad news on the injury front for Davy Condron, Evan Regan, Ciaran Clark and Marty Moore.
Andrea Dossena plans to take legal action over the incident.
The Dubliner is one of four nominees for the Scottish PFA Player of the Year award.