Soccer - Sunday 16 October, 2016
Plus, a special present for a Fulham footballer.
Liverpool host Manchester United tomorrow night.
Plus, why Alan Stubbs is an incredibly sound person.
Put the kettle on, get out the jaffa cakes and enjoy this lot.
There has been much debate about Irish football’s DNA in recent weeks.
Plus, Antonio Conte shows Diego Costa who’s boss.
Soccer - Saturday 15 October, 2016
Having missed three games, Lionel Messi needed just three minutes to find the net.
“It’s not only guesswork for the penalties, you do the analysis as well.”
There was heartbreak for UCD ultimately, as they fell at the final hurdle.
The Bournemouth player was seen leaving the club’s ground on crutches earlier.
The Dubliner also impressed for Ireland against Moldova recently.
Aaron Cresswell picked up two yellow cards in just 51 seconds.
Plus, Joe Allen continues his incredible goalscoring run for Stoke.
Granit Xhaka was shown a red card but Theo Walcott’s brace laid the foundations for Swansea City’s defeat.
The hosts dominated the game and enjoyed 72% possession
The champions, who lost just three times in the 2015-16 campaign, were beaten for the fourth time this season.
The 36-year-old former Everton man produced the goods in his first appearance for Melbourne City.
Plus, find out who is the love-child of Damien Duff and James McClean.
In addition, can Everton heap more misery on Claudio Bravo?
The fixtures are piling up but Dundalk remain on track for a third consecutive Premier Division title.
Some food for thought.
Soccer - Friday 14 October, 2016
The Youths conceded four goals against Galway United in a bizarre 13-minute, second-half spell.
Striker Rory Patterson was once again the star of the show.
The Leesiders are still just four points behind Dundalk.
Stephen Kenny’s side eased to a 3-0 win.
From Ali to Roy, we’ve learned over the years that it’s good to talk.
Dave Robertson’s side enjoyed a 1-0 win at the Showgrounds.
Ger Pender and Alan McNally were on target for Harry Kenny’s side.
We'll Leave It There So: O'Neill hits back at Koeman, Carbery to make European debut and today's sport
Here’s what happened in the sporting world today.
The Liverpool manager is in no doubt over the quality of Wayne Rooney as Liverpool prepare to host Manchester United.
Ahead of their Premier League fixture on Monday, the Red Devils boss has pleaded with supporters to show respect.
Prosecutors in Versailles say he has a case to answer.
How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?
Jurgen Klopp is unhappy that Liverpool’s fixture against Manchester City at the end of December has been moved for television.
Speculation suggested the Chelsea boss was about to lose his job after heavy betting came in yesterday.
Evans previously served two-and-a-half years in jail for rape.
The Everton manager said O’Neill was “killing” the player.
The Dutch manager has been full-backed by the Championship club following an internal investigation.
He may not have been the obvious choice to skipper the national team, but it looks a perfect fit for the man from Killybegs.
The Ireland striker bagged a brace in a 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes in MLS last night.
Dundalk’s stand-out performer this season says he’s “very, very happy” at Dundalk, however.