Soccer - Friday 17 April, 2015
After 7 games, Keith Long’s men have surprised a few by climbing to second in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table.
In his latest column, John O’Sullivan argues we should adopt something of an MLS approach to player recruitment.
Louis van Gaal has a defensive headache while Wayne Rooney may be handed a midfield role
The ex-Manchester United midfielder expects the Spaniard to move to the Eithad Stadium in 2016, while he also feels Jurgen Klopp would be a success in the Premier League.
Can Mourinho out-fox his old mentor this weekend?
The Ireland boss admits he would consider his future if they performed poorly while missing out on a place at Euro 2016.
The £59.7 million signing from Real Madrid was given his marching orders in the FA Cup sixth round, and the Red Devils have since gone on to win their next four league matches.
Soccer - Thursday 16 April, 2015
The German side were beaten 3-1 in the UEFA Champions League last night.
Fellaini’s increasing proficiency as a target man and other plus points.
*In accordance with their chances of triumphing.
Here’s all the sport you almost missed today.
Who would you choose as the standout performer this season?
Bayern down but not out and other thoughts from Tuesday and Wednesday’s games.
The Girls in Green are off to Iceland this summer.
Stuey Byrne might get his wish after all.
Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs all have players in contention for the top prize.
Luke Modric is among the stars to feature in our lineup.
Paris Saint Germain and Marseille are not happy with Canal Plus.
“He forgets that his opinion is just another opinion at the end of the day.”
The midfielder was suspended for 10 matches last season after altercations with two Chesterfield players.
AFC Bournemouth, Norwich City, Middlesbrough and Watford are the main four contenders.
The Brazilian defender was the subject of a scathing attack by the ex-England coach after his performance in PSG’s loss to Barcelona
“Finishing the first half of the season in 17th place felt like how going on holiday and sleeping on a bed of nails must feel.”
Soccer - Wednesday 15 April, 2015
As an injury-hit first season at Manchester United nears its end, the defender reflects on his displays.
Luis Enrique’s men were 3-1 winners in tonight’s Champions League quarter-final in Paris.
The Portuguese club were 3-1 winners at home to the Bundesliga champions this evening.
PSG took on Barcelona in the first-leg match at the Parc des Princes.
There are also tributes for a Dublin GAA stalwart and disappointment for Ken Doherty.
The anniversary of the 1989 stadium tragedy takes place today.
The Dutchman claims the club have targeted potential signings and are monitoring the progress of players who are out on loan this season.
The Dutchman believes his side has improved vastly over the course of the season under Louis van Gaal after Sunday’s 4-2 victory over Manchester City.
After yesterday’s 0-0 draw against Hungary, Dave Connell’s girls won’t know if the have done enough until tomorrow.
‘Hotel, motel… Holiday Inn!’
The Ireland international could be playing League One football next season, after Wigan suffered another bad loss.
The FAI boss was speaking at the announcement of over €2 million funding for the organisation.
Real Madrid defender could still face retrospective punishment from UEFA.
Boy George enjoyed it anyway.
The patron saint of football hipsters says he has no plans for a sabbatical, contrary to earlier reports.