Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Despite her successes, the Cork athlete could well still wonder what might have been in her career.
Soccer - Sunday 24 July, 2016
The defender has linked up with former Reds boss Brendan Rodgers.
The Catalan giants head for a training camp in England next week, before playing Celtic at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
Padraig Harrington, Sean Cronin and Aisling Daly also feature.
Sam Allardyce was a player-coach in the Treaty County for just one season and Barry Ryan was a young, impressionable member of the team.
The rival managers face off with their new clubs in a friendly in Beijing tomorrow.
Plus, why the 1916 Philadelphia A’s might have been the worst team ever.
Soccer - Saturday 23 July, 2016
Diego Maradona says the star’s imminent move to the Turin-based club is painful.
The result means the Bit o’Red move ahead of St Pat’s into sixth position.
LA Galaxy caught Portland Timbers on the hop with two early goals tonight.
Steve Bruce’s resignation was confirmed yesterday.
The Foxes went on to beat the Scottish Premiership champions on penalties in the International Champions Cup.
The Manchester United legend is a former team-mate of the club’s main summer target.
Dubliner Stephen Henderson has signed for the Championship club on a free transfer.
But for the slow mechanics of a takeover bid, the manager would be coaching the Championship club.
The Catalan’s City reign might be in its infancy, but one player in particular has been impressed by the ex-Barca coach
The Italian champions were beaten on penalties by Melbourne Victory, however.
The veteran defender looks set to join the Scottish Premiership champions.
The Red Devils are currently travelling around China on a preseason tour.
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David Moyes replaces Big Sam, Sunderland say he's been their first choice since the Martin O'Neill days
Ellis Short has finally got his man.
After almost linking up with Jose Mourinho at Chelsea in 2013, Wayne Rooney finally has the opportunity to play for the Portuguese manager.
Soccer - Friday 22 July, 2016
Rory Patterson scored the only goal as Derry beat Bohs.
Aaron Greene and Robbie Williams scored a goal in either half against Athlone.
Vinny Faherty was on the double as Tommy Dunne’s side took all three points.
From Raheem Sterling’s dwindling confidence and a threadbare defence, England have issues to solve.
Dave Hanley talks about keeping the home of Munster hurling in tip-top shape.
The 25-year-old has agreed a “long-term” deal with Liverpool after opting to leave relegated Newcastle United.
Plus, a League of Ireland footballer has been handed a one-year ban for a doping violation.
“This was Formula One against Formula Three,” the Red Devils boss admitted.
The coach is said to be unhappy about the lack of investment in new players.
The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions will take on BATE Borisov in the third qualifying round.
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The former Limerick City boss has agreed to take over the Three Lions.
Craig Walsh explains that he took “a small amount of cocaine” resulting from a severe gambling addiction.
Kevin O’Connor’s deflected first-half strike gave the Leesiders a 1-0 win over Swedish Cup holders BK Hacken.
Last night’s game at Turners Cross was a far cry from the darker days.
The 39-year-old moves to Anfield on a one-year-deal.
England’s next manager might prove that there’s never a right time to have the wrong idea, writes TV3′s Tommy Martin.
“There were days when I hated being there, but there was never a time when I didn’t look forward to going.”
In other news, Liverpool have just about wrapped up a deal for a goalscoring Dutch midfielder.
Braydon thought he was being interviewed by the club’s media department rather than the new manager.