Soccer - Thursday 28 April, 2016
Kevin Toner wants to finish the season strongly.
The Liverpool defender has been provisionally banned by European football’s governing body for a failed drugs test.
The midfielder brilliantly scored the decisive goal last night, instantly drawing comparisons with the Barcelona superstar.
Everyone loves Claudio.
The hairstyles are not the only thing to change over the years.
Louis van Gaal’s side will be the away team at Wembley next month.
Tobias Sana lost his cool last night.
Armin Aganovic knows his Swedish football.
A cult hero of Irish football discusses the song that has immortalised his career with the Boys in Green.
Soccer - Wednesday 27 April, 2016
Saul Niguez is sure to be at the centre of plenty of transfer rumours over the coming weeks and months.
Diego Simeone’s side have the advantage heading into the return leg in Munich.
The Reds are in Spain to face Villarreal tomorrow.
A candlelight vigil is being staged at St George’s Hall this evening.
It’s all downhill towards the weekend from here, sports fans.
We were at the Vicente Calderon as a mouth-watering semi-final tie got underway.
Kenny Dalglish has said those that died in the Hillsborough tragedy 27 years have been ‘completely vindicated’.
David Crompton’s position had been described as ‘untenable’ following the conclusion of the inquest.
The SSE Airtricity League First Division must raise funds in order to get through the current campaign.
Aberdeen midfielder Jonny Hayes made his debut for Martin O’Neill’s side just last month.
The former Villa defender says the club may struggle to get back up from the Championship unless they make the right moves this summer.
The Argentine was sent off during his side’s 1-0 win over Malaga last Saturday.
The Sun, which also didn’t carry the story on the front page, has not done the same.
Injury setbacks are part and parcel of the game and the Ireland manager intends to prepare for the worst.
Sakho was found to have tested positive for a prohibited drug and will remain unavailable for selection.
However, the Spaniard does not believe his reign at the club should be judged on continental success.
'I've been to watch French football but it's so boring' - Dunne on punditry and retirement in Monaco
Former Ireland centre-half Richard Dunne is the latest ex-player to try his hand at working in the Irish media.
Soccer - Tuesday 26 April, 2016
The former Derry City forward found the reaction to his decision not to clap funny.
We went minute-by-excruciating-minute as Zizou’s Spanish giants brought the bus to Manchester.
Tuesday 26 April was a momentous day for the people of Liverpool.
Real Madrid will have to do without their main man in Manchester.
Alan O’Hara represented Ireland over forty times between 2002 and 2008.
The 36-year-old says he is ready to make a comeback and wants to do so with Aston Villa next season.
The Ireland defender is running out of time to prove his fitness for Euro 2016.
British Prime Minister David Cameron joins those welcoming the landmark Hillsborough inquest verdicts.
And the reasons for their decisions.
The France international could miss the rest of the season while his failed drugs test is investigated.
Landmark inquest verdicts delivered after a 27-year fight for justice.
Two criminal investigations set to report to Crown Prosecution Service by the end of the year.
The families finally received the verdicts they were waiting for today.
The former England striker is likely regretting opening his mouth on Twitter last December.