Soccer - Saturday 3 December, 2016
The Gunners moved up to second in the table following today’s victory.
There were several touching gestures displayed in fixtures around the world today.
Luis Suarez had headed the Catalan side into a second-half lead.
James McClean was also involved in a mass brawl during West Brom’s win over Watford.
Can Messi break his scoring duck or will Isco keep him quiet?
The defender was integral to his side’s defeat of Man City.
Kevin De Bruyne missed a glorious opportunity to put Manchester City 2-0 up and his side went on to lose 3-1.
Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard were all on target, as the Londoners maintained their recent superb form.
Barcelona took on Real Madrid, with the Catalan side badly needing a win.
Guardiola’s side can go top with a win in this mouth-watering clash.
FIFA chief Gianni Infantino canceled a trip to Australia to attend the funeral.
Did your comment make the cut this week?
Paul Corry is back in the League of Ireland after a luckless time with injuries and managers in England.
Last week’s 1-1 draw at home to West Ham left Manchester United 11 points adrift of Premier League leaders Chelsea in sixth position.
We chat to presenter of the hugely-popular sports show, Eoin McDevitt, ahead of its latest milestone.
Elsewhere, Alan Pardew looks set for the axe at Crystal Palace while Manchester United’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan stakes his claim for a starting place.
Plus, Guardiola’s City to get the better of Conte’s Chelsea.
Soccer - Friday 2 December, 2016
Plus, all the weekend’s key fixtures.
How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?
Marlone, Daniuska Rodrigeuz and Mohd Faiz are the players in contention.
The League of Ireland sides are getting ready for the 2017 season.
Rugby players feature prominently but there are one or two surprises.
But a firm connected to the Real Madrid star claims it was the victim of a cyberattack.
“Saying whatever you want, or saying nothing at all appears to be the choice on offer,” writes Tommy Martin in this week’s column.
Bruno Fornaroli forced to apologise for “unsuitable language.”
Ireland’s record goalscorer has been heavily linked with a move to the A-League.
The 35-year-old has been named SSE Airtricity League/SWAI Player of the Month for November.
Soccer - Thursday 1 December, 2016
The French underage player scored as Real Madrid brushed aside third-tier Cultural Leonesa 6-1 in the Copa del Rey.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council said a “significant” number of calls had been made to them after a number of players spoke out.
Madrid sports daily AS reported the Welshman is unlikely to return before April.
Club president Ivan Tozzo has raised concerns about fielding a team, although other Brazilian clubs have reportedly offered to loan players.
Meanwhile, Paul Dunne makes stunning start in South Africa, Conor McGregor gets pro boxing licence and Arsenal star to undergo surgery.
Barcelona’s meeting with Real Madrid this Saturday afternoon won’t be shown live on television in Ireland or Britain.
Santi won't be working this December! Big blow for Arsenal as injured Cazorla to miss another 3 months
Santi Cazorla has already missed six weeks of action, but is now set for another three months out.
The 32-year-old has been ostracised since the arrival of Mourinho but made a surprise appearance against West Ham.
The number would rise in the unlikely event that Wales change venue for the final Group D game, however.
The deal is reportedly set to make him one of the highest-paid player in the club’s history.
It was a difficult night for PSG and their Brazilian contingent.
South African stopper Oscarine Masuluke’s world class finish is going viral around the world.
Olamide Shodipo has penned a new deal to stay at Loftus Road until 2019.