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Soccer - Tuesday 18 October, 2016

Man City owners say club has reached turning point after hitting record turnover of €435m

The wage bill is reportedly also down to 50% of revenues.

'It's gone' - Cork City boss Caulfield concedes league title to Dundalk

A 3-1 loss away to St Patrick’s Athletic has left the Leesiders seven points adrift of Stephen Kenny’s men.

Tallaght Stadium set for new €1.9 million south stand ahead of 2018 season

Independent Socialist Councillor Dermot Looney tells The42 that the long-term plan is to have four stands in place.

'Man United showed we're a big team against Liverpool'

Ander Herrera says he is proud of all his team-mates for their display.

Soccer - Monday 17 October, 2016

'It's a first clean sheet, so yippee!' - Klopp forced to accept United draw

The German manager took some positives from Liverpool’s 0-0 stalemate.

Do Jose Mourinho's United lack identity and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Loris Karius was a concern on a frustrating night for Liverpool.

Mourinho hails Man Utd for silencing Anfield and 'controlling' the game

The Man United manager was content with a point.

A grand total of 864 people watched two big games in the LOI title race tonight

Fans clearly decided to stay in the pub for Liverpool-Man United but lets not use that as an excuse for a paltry figure.


St Pat's strike late to dash Cork's title hopes LOI

St Pat's strike late to dash Cork's title hopes

More disappointment for John Caulfield’s men as they look set to finish behind Dundalk again.

Highlights few and far between as Man United nullify Liverpool

Jose Mourinho’s pragmatic approach earned his side a point this evening.

Three and easy! Stephen Kenny's untouchable Dundalk close in on third straight league title

The Lilywhites will be crowned champions if they beat Bohs next weekend.

We'll Leave It There So: Munster mourns one of the province's most cherished sons

The sporting world is coming to terms with the sudden and untimely death of Anthony ‘Axel’ Foley.

As it happened: Liverpool v Manchester United, Premier League

Liverpool took on Man United in one of the biggest games of the season so far.

No room for Wayne Rooney in Man United team to face Liverpool

Marcus Rashford starts in Jose Mourinho’s team for tonight’s big game.

Leicester players hold emergency clear-the-air talks after difficult start to season

The Foxes are preparing to face Copenhagen in the Champions League on the back of a poor run.

Derry City's prolific hitman features in our LOI team of the week

In-form Rory Patterson helped the Brandywell club book a Europa League qualifier spot on Friday.

'He was not booed by Man United fans' - Mourinho promises Rooney 'respect he deserves'

The dropped England captain returned to Old Trafford earlier in the week.

'A masterpiece of a match': when Anfield hosted an exhausting, exhilarating classic

Peter Schmeichel was threatened with the sack by Alex Ferguson after the remarkable 3-3 draw.

FA want another English manager but chairman insists: 'Sam let us down badly'

Greg Clarke condemned Sam Allardyce’s conduct when quizzed by members of the British parliament.

Montreal Impact coach: Drogba refused to be named on the bench

“He did not accept to come off the bench. In the end he did not want to be in the 18.”

Melbourne City tight-lipped as Daryl Horgan rumour mill keeps spinning

Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich reportedly leading the chase for Dundalk star.

'Mourinho is not ruthless enough'

Liverpool will take advantage of ‘confusion’ at Manchester United under Jose Mourinho, according to Paul Scholes.

More complicated than hate - Neville opens up on United-Liverpool rivalry

Manchester United travel to Liverpool on Monday, a match Gary Neville is eagerly anticipating.

Soccer - Sunday 16 October, 2016

Two years after fleeing Gambia, teenage striker scores winner for Werder Bremen

Ousman Manneh started playing football in a home for refugees in Bremen.

Ibrahimovic 'like a big brother' for Pogba as he settles back into Old Trafford life

The Frenchman has been waxing lyrical about his team-mate.

FA to investigate Mourinho's referee comments ahead of Liverpool showdown

The United manager feels the pressure may be too much for the Manchester-based official.

'I'm not happy when I'm not playing': Oxlade-Chamberlain admits he could leave Arsenal

The 23-year-old came off the bench again yesterday.

Ireland U21 international Olamide Shodipo shows he's one to watch with this inch-perfect assist Prospect This post contains videos

Ireland U21 international Olamide Shodipo shows he's one to watch with this inch-perfect assist

The winger produced another fine performance for QPR yesterday.

Holebas cracker gives Watford all three points on Teesside as Southampton ease past Burnley

Middlesbrough will enter a tough run of fixtures on the back of a damaging 1-0 home defeat to the Hornets.

Shelbourne fans protest move to Dalymount Park

The First Division club are set to share a ground with their rivals Bohemians, leaving behind a venue they have used for the past three decades

Gary Neville not expecting coaching return in the near future

The Sky Sports pundit says he will concentrate on other projects instead.

Tributes to a Kerry legend, San Marino celebrate historic goal and more in our tweets of the week

Plus, a special present for a Fulham footballer.

No regrets for Mane about snubbing Old Trafford as he insists: 'We are going to beat United'

Liverpool host Manchester United tomorrow night.

Turning down England, Jack Charlton in Denver and more tidbits from McAteer's new book

Plus, why Alan Stubbs is an incredibly sound person.

The man who provides the Premier League lifestyle and more of the week's best sportswriting

Put the kettle on, get out the jaffa cakes and enjoy this lot.

Did Ireland actually play good football before the Jack Charlton era?

There has been much debate about Irish football’s DNA in recent weeks.

Seamus Coleman lucky to avoid red card and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Antonio Conte shows Diego Costa who’s boss.

Soccer - Saturday 15 October, 2016

Barca, Atletico and Real score 17 goals between them to earn emphatic wins Back In The Habit This post contains videos

Barca, Atletico and Real score 17 goals between them to earn emphatic wins

Having missed three games, Lionel Messi needed just three minutes to find the net.

Stekelenburg: Will Phil Jagielka buy me dinner?

“It’s not only guesswork for the penalties, you do the analysis as well.”