Soccer - Monday 20 March, 2017
The Norwich City schemer is one of several first-team regulars missing for Friday’s World Cup qualifier in Dublin.
Middlesbrough captain Ben Gibson and Ashley Young were restrained by team-mates in a fiery clash yesterday.
Ryan McBride’s former manager, Stephen Kenny, has paid an emotional tribute to the late Derry player.
The game was postponed last month because of the EFL Cup final.
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Robbie Keane was inducted into the FAI Hall of Fame last night.
Supporters renewed calls for him to step down during and after Saturday’s 3-1 loss at West Bromwich Albion.
The 27-year-old Derry native was team captain and had been at his hometown club since 2011.
Derry’s next scheduled opponents, Limerick, have also extended their sympathy to the family of the Candystripes skipper.
Irish Senior Player of the Year Robbie Brady insists he’ll never get sick of watching his famous header against Italy.
There were a string of contributions from the likes of Brian Kerr, Paul McGrath and Damien Duff.
Soccer - Sunday 19 March, 2017
The cause of death is unknown as of yet.
Uncapped players Andy Boyle, Daryl Horgan, Conor Hourihane and John Egan make the cut.
The 25-year-old was the star of the show while Robbie Keane was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
After a long stint in England with Burnley and Wigan, Chris McCann is building a new home in America’s south-east.
Glen Crowe chats to The42 about recovering from the disappointment of failing to make the grade in England to become a League of Ireland legend.
James Milner gave the Reds the lead only for the Argentine to reply with 20 minutes left.
Diego Simeone’s men were 3-1 winners, with the French forward bagging his 22nd goal of the season.
Man City faced Liverpool in what was a big game in the race for the top four.
Tottenham overcame the absence of leading scorer Harry Kane to beat Southampton.
It’s 10 years and one day since his father’s last strike in the Dutch top-flight.
The Ireland assistant boss was recently highly critical of Man United manager Jose Mourinho.
Goals from Jozo Simunovic and Stuart Armstrong handed the Hoops a 2-1 victory at Dens Park.
Goals from the Belgian international and Jesse Lingard helped Manchester United to a 3-1 victory at Middlesbrough.
There was an early kick-off as Jose Mourinho’s side headed to the Riverside Stadium.
Chris Shields, John Egan, Alan Shearer and Luke Fitzgerald also feature.
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The former Italy coach has confirmed that he turned down the chance to manage the Premier League champions.
Soccer - Saturday 18 March, 2017
The Torino goalkeeper’s two mistakes allowed their opponents to escape from their visit to Stadio Olimpico with a draw.
The men’s team did likewise on Friday.
Dave Robertson’s men came into this fixture sitting bottom of the table on goal difference.
Having assisted Ciaran Kilduff’s opener a minute before the break, he ended the game as a contest with two quick-fire goals over a six-minute spell.
The midfielder is a doubt for the Ireland-Wales game with a calf problem.
Karim Benzema was also on target as Real earned an important win.
The result makes it four wins from four for Kenny Shiels’ side.
The winger continued his fine run of form in the Championship this afternoon.
Amid speculation over his future, Romelu Lukaku’s brace helped Everton move into the Premier League top six with a 4-0 win over Hull City.
Ireland international Jonathan Walters was on target for the Potters.
Leicester City withstood significant late pressure to beat West Ham United 3-2.
Harry Arter is also a doubt for the Wales game with a calf problem.
The Harps did enough to secure a share of the spoils.