Soccer - Wednesday 14 January, 2015
The Irish international scored the only goal of the game in tonight’s third round replay against Mick McCarthy’s side.
Stephen Evans was present for the Hillsborough disaster and hasn’t forgiven The Sun for their reporting on the incident.
His Real Sociedad side were in Spanish Cup action against Villarreal earlier tonight.
The Spanish football expert talks to us about whether the Argentine attacker could genuinely swap the Nou Camp for pastures new.
Also, James McGee won his first Australian Open qualifying match.
Following West Ham’s 9-8 win over Everton, we look at similarly high-scoring affairs from down through the years.
Regrettably, he is probably typecast from his BT commentary days.
BOD’s farewell reigned supreme in the ratings.
The Nerazzurri coach fears the striker could throw away his career just like Adriano
The German company are taking over from Nike as the club’s kit manufacturer.
This guy makes Rory Delap look ordinary.
The Ireland player is understood to have gone for “a gentle jog” with the team’s senior footballers.
The Black Cats are close to a deal worth €18m. Is the 32-year-old former England striker really worth that?
The Ivorian striker, who is away on international duty, has completed a move to the Premier League champions.
Perhaps this will finally bring Messi and Ronaldo together.
Manager Owen Heary and his players got the shovels out so the first session back could go ahead.
The veteran manager was in fine form after seeing his side knock Everton out of the FA Cup on penalties.
The controversy prompted home fans to furiously throw objects onto the pitch.
The 61-year-old Chilean manager gave his thoughts in a recent interview with AS.
The Arsenal hero was astonished to find out that the manager was insulted after a 3-2 away defeat by Stoke.
The Germany coach believes the defender deserves more credit for his talent.
The former Liverpool man made the side despite sitting out a large chunk of the year through suspension. He is joined in attack by Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Neymar
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman observed what he saw as a weakness in the system.
Junior Malanda tragically died in a car crash recently.
Soccer - Tuesday 13 January, 2015
Aiden McGeady was sent off as the sides could not be separated after extra-time.
The winger received a second booking for the ill-advised tackle, and was consequently forced to leave the field.
England international has been reassured that the Reds are not seeking a replacement for their manager.
The Dutchman now has an identical record to his predecessor with 37 points from 21 Premier League games
Go on. You’re worth it.
Greater levels of political voting means the competition is at risk of losing credibility.
Munster face an anxious wait after Conor Murray sits out training while Falcao’s future at United seems far from secure.
Paul Lambert’s side have also announced the signing of Carles Gil from Valencia.
Simon Corney says the club underestimated ‘the attention and fury’.
The West Ham midfielder has ventured down a well-trodden path and lost his way.
The Colombia striker joined United from Monaco until the end of the season in September.
Could the German be on his way to Old Trafford?
Morton Nielsen moves to the Showgrounds from the German third division.
Roche flies out to join Ireland training camp in La Manga after an unforgettable evening in Zurich.
Yesterday, it was all “lies.” Now it’s “I don’t know where I’ll be next year.”
No Ronaldo or Messi in his top 3!
Soccer - Monday 12 January, 2015
Will they ever vote for each other?