Soccer - Today’s News
The Manchester United boss was impressed with his side’s display at Chelsea and felt they may have had a penalty.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Michelle O’Neill will represent the country at this summer’s tournament in Canada.
The 31-year-old has struggled to replicate last season’s dominant displays but the Chilean insists that the Ivorian midfielder remains a key part of his squad.
There was late drama today as 10-man Bournemouth slipped up in the last minute.
There was bad news however, as Gareth Bale and Luka Modric hobbled off during the game.
Eden Hazard’s classy goal was the difference between the sides at Stamford Bridge today.
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Hoops’ leading man shrugs off pressure of following in Gary Twigg’s footsteps.
Reading’s Adam Federici won’t want to see this again.
Win or lose, the Dutchman is certainly one of the Premier League’s more interesting interviewees.
Eden Hazard’s first-half goal secured a clinical 1-0 home win.
Chelsea took on Man United, as the Londoners looked to give their title bid a big boost.
Memphis Depay continues to impress for PSV.
The Spaniard thought Wayne Rooney’s effort crept inside the post.
It finished 1-0 to the hosts at Stamford Bridge.
Pep Guardiola’s side host Porto in the quarter-final on Tuesday.
Elsewhere, the great escape is still on for Leicester.
Luis Enrique’s side were 2-0 winners over Valencia this afternoon.
The 10-year-old has been removed from the role in order to protect him from booing Royals fans.
It’s been a difficult season for the winger, who has made just 14 league appearances in total for the Toffees.
Politics in football? Never.
The Chelsea boss once looked set to step into the void left by Sir Alex Ferguson but instead welcomes his mentor, Louis van Gaal, to Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.
Shamrock Rovers came from two down to take a point against champions Dundalk in Tallaght Stadium.
Paul Tuite gave the defender his marching orders for a robust challenge on Bray substitute, Chris Lyons.
Jose Mourinho claimed a Premier League title at the first time of asking & easily swept the opposition away.
For Chelsea, it’s a case of how do you solve a problem like Marouane?
John Caulfield’s men’s away-day strengths were put to the test this evening.
David Cawley also hit a wonder strike this evening at the City Calling Stadium.
A survey has found that Mario Balotelli is the Premier League player most targeted by discrimination on social media.
Most football critics appear to agree that the Man United player has had a poor campaign.
Soccer - Friday 17 April, 2015
Norwich’s automatic promotion hopes took a blow tonight, as they were beaten by Middlesbrough.
As the Premier League approaches its climax, we assess how it could turn out.
A late Gary Shanahan effort sealed his side’s victory.
Six games unbeaten in all competitions for the Saints.
Republic of Ireland defender damaged his medial knee ligament against Tottenham last week and will miss FA Cup tie with Liverpool on Sunday.
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We’ll also have news on injury problems for Manchester United and some good news for the Tipperary hurlers.
For the weekend that’s in it, we revisit a classic strike from a magnificent player.
After 7 games, Keith Long’s men have surprised a few by climbing to second in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table.