Soccer - Friday 26 June, 2015
We’ll also have team news ahead of the Leinster semi-finals.
Paolo Guerrero is the name on everybody’s lips after a fine individual display.
Carragher could be set for the ultimate humiliation if Gary Neville gets his way.
Have you been paying attention?
“No-one has a problem with the concept of semi-professional players taking a summer holiday with families, but it still doesn’t add up.”
The midfielder is looking forward to testing himself when Dundalk play in Europe’s premier club competition for the first time since 1991.
Saints attacker Chris Forrester says confidence is high after going into the first league game after the mid-season break.
That’s the exact same amount as their players.
Speculation is mounting that the Reds will make a bid.
Barton says that individuals are not to blame for another early exit.
The Uruguay star was sent off for reacting to the incident in question.
The USA captain is now a doubt to feature at the Gold Cup for his country.
A 1-0 victory ensured the Irish side’s place at next year’s Paralympics.
After announcing he would step down as Fifa president earlier this month, the 79-year-old has hinted he could yet stand for a sixth term.
Ireland’s number two has backed Martin O’Neill to turn the team’s fortunes around.
The Three Lions’ Under-21 coach remains optimistic about their chances of winning a major tournament despite another group-stage exit for his side at the European Championship.
Bournemouth have also smashed their transfer record while Liverpool chase two strikers.
European nights under lights, showcase friendlies and cup shocks – there’s a lot coming up in the months ahead.
Dave Connell’s side were unable to convert their chances and paid the price.
‘I honestly believe we will go far next year.’
Soccer - Thursday 25 June, 2015
O’Leary recalls the most famous day in Irish soccer.
Former Netherlands international Pierre van Hooijdonk believes the former PSV star has different strengths to the Manchester United legend and should provide more goals.
Thursday’s big news in one tidy package.
The 24-year-old had been eager to join Manchester United but it is their bitter rivals who have won the race to sign the England international.
Are you more of a Kurt Cobain or Madonna-type of person?
Think of it as Timber for athletes
The money has since been repaid to Manortown United.
Could he do it on a wet… actually, scrap that, he probably could.
Having trouble getting numbers for a five-a-side in Dublin?
Gerard Deulofeu joins Everton from Barcelona on a permanent deal after the two clubs agreed a fee of €6million.
José Aldo looks like he will fight Conor McGregor despite being injured. Did he take inspiration from these guys?
The one-time Liverpool midfielder has hailed the signing of the Brazilian.
Liverpool look set to seal another major signing too.
Alf has been deferred.
The Norwegian team take a sarcastic look at the women’s World Cup.
The nation holds its breath to see how you’ll do.
The British-record signing was left out of Louis van Gaal’s team towards the end of last season.