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Soccer - Yesterday’s News

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Soccer - Sunday 13 May, 2018

'It feels a bit surreal to think of everything that has happened for me in the last 18 months'

The end of the season in England has afforded Irish U21 international Ryan Delaney an opportunity to reflect.

Best individual performance? Worst signing? Our writers review the 2017-18 Premier League season

Thoughts from a campaign that saw Man City blow away the competition.

Soccer - Saturday 12 May, 2018

Bale stars as Madrid put six past Celta Vigo a fortnight before Champions League final

Zinedine Zidane’s side turned on the style with two weeks to go before facing Liverpool in Kiev.

Stunning comeback sees Maynooth University Town crowned Intermediate champions

Maynooth produced a seismic comeback late on to secure a memorable extra time win at the Aviva Stadium.

Advantage Villa in promotion play-off thanks to emphatic Jedinak header

Steve Bruce’s side take a one goal advantage to Villa Park ahead of next week’s second leg.

Rui Faria set to depart Man United after 17 years working alongside Mourinho

The Portuguese coach will depart his role at Old Trafford at the end of this season.

Hoffenheim's 30-year-old manager leads club to Champions League football for the very first time

Hoffenheim have gone from relegation battles to European football under boss Julian Nagelsmann.

Chaotic scenes as Hamburg relegated for the first time after 55 seasons in the Bundesliga Game Over This post contains videos

Chaotic scenes as Hamburg relegated for the first time after 55 seasons in the Bundesliga

The 1983 European Cup winners were the only founding member of the Bundesliga never to have been relegated since 1963.

Richie Towell bags two crucial assists as Rotherham eye promotion to the Championship Irish Abroad This post contains videos

Richie Towell bags two crucial assists as Rotherham eye promotion to the Championship

Rotherham drew 2-2 with Scunthorpe in the first leg of their League One play-off semi-final on Saturday.

Dramatic penalty shootout seals first FAI Junior Cup for North End United

Gary Delaney’s kick wrapped up the silverware after Lee Walker had earlier denied Pike’s Colin Daly.

'I go this time with the supporters' blessing' - Rangers job too big to turn down, says Gerrard

Steven Gerrard will leave his role at Liverpool’s academy after only one season to take the reigns at Ibrox.

'I'd have to do all the work!' - Keane and Berbatov talk management duo prospects Bromance This post contains videos

'I'd have to do all the work!' - Keane and Berbatov talk management duo prospects

They were reunited on Soccer AM this morning.

Rio reckons club rivalries 'killed' England's golden generation at World Cups

“I was never going to walk into the England dressing room and open up to Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole, John Terry…”

'What I miss about Barca is Messi and Suarez,' says Neymar but he reaffirms PSG future MSN

'What I miss about Barca is Messi and Suarez,' says Neymar but he reaffirms PSG future

The Brazilian appears to have committed himself to the French champions though.

Neville: 'I'm not sure he's actually good enough on the ball to be a Man Utd midfield player'

Scott McTominay may be better suited to a centre-back post, according to the former United defender.

'Even people over here wonder how a team like Dundalk managed to achieve that'

After conquering the League of Ireland, David McMillan hopes to make his mark in the Scottish Premiership.

Our back four are pretty much all wingers so it's a makeshift defence but they were outstanding'

Waterford goalscorer Gavan Holohan and Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley both agreed that a draw was probably the right result.

'I asked the players to put their lives on hold for seven or eight months, and they've done that'

Limerick’s Pike Rovers and North East United of Wexford are set to slog it out in the FAI Junior Cup final this afternoon.

Reporter who broke Russia doping story refused World Cup visa

Hajo Seppelt appears on a list of “undesirable persons” in the country.

Soccer - Friday 11 May, 2018

Derry maintain unbeaten home record as Cork's lead is cut to a single point

Both sides had their chances to snatch a win in a dramatic finish at the Brandywell.

Superb Brennan effort the difference, as St Pat's move up to fifth

Limerick remain second from bottom after tonight’s defeat

Late drama as last-gasp Hoban header sees Dundalk get out of jail LOI

Late drama as last-gasp Hoban header sees Dundalk get out of jail

The Bit O’Red were on course for a surprise share of the spoils at Oriel Park.

Galway rein in league leaders UCD, Drogheda take advantage to go second

Tonight’s 2-0 defeat is only UCD’s second loss of the season.

Boost for Bohs as they dispatch lowly Bray

Substitute Eoghan Stokes sealed a victory for the Gypsies 16 minutes from time.

Ireland's latest call-up Burke earns Shamrock Rovers draw with high-flying Waterford

Gavan Holohan had given the Blues a lead at Tallaght Stadium.

Derby County a step closer to Premier League football with semi-final first-leg win

Cameron Jerome scored the only goal of the game for the Rams against Fulham.

'Wilfried Zaha is a £50 million to £70 million player'

The Ivory Coast international is expected to be a player in demand in the summer after an impressive campaign.

Tottenham boss Pochettino will meet with key defender to discuss future

Toby Alderweireld has been heavily linked with an exit from the club.

Romelu Lukaku may not start FA Cup final - Mourinho

The Belgium star is in a race against time to recover for the game on 19 May.

RTÉ to show Ireland's U17 European Championship quarter-final

Colin O’Brien’s side face Netherlands on Monday.

Blow for World Cup contenders Brazil as Dani Alves ruled out of the tournament

The Paris Saint-Germain full-back picked up a knee injury in the Coupe de France final and won’t recover to feature at the finals in Russia next month.

Football and education partnership leads ex-St Patrick's Athletic defender to FAI Intermediate Cup final

Barry Prenderville will manage Maynooth University Town at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.

Haven't got a ticket for the Champions League final? You could always go to Anfield instead

Sections of the stadium will be opened for fans to watch the Champions League final on a giant screen.

The improbable 10-goal swing needed to save Swansea and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Chelsea require a minor miracle to deny Liverpool a Champions League spot.

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'It's been overwhelming how many people care and are thinking of my dad'

Darren Ferguson has expressed his gratitude for the support his family received after Alex Ferguson was rushed to hospital last week.

'It still hurts. I came to the final that day, I was in the stand thinking what could have been'

Tallaght club Firhouse Clover are aiming for FAI Intermediate Cup glory when they meet Maynooth University Town tomorrow.

Ireland progress to U17 Euros quarter-final as Spurs youngster Troy Parrott strikes again

Colin O’Brien’s side earned a 2-0 win over Bosnia & Herzegovina this afternoon, with Norwich City striker Adam Idah also on the scoresheet.

Swansea legend Leon Britton is retiring after 536 appearances across all four divisions

The 35-year-old midfielder’s career will come to an end this weekend.

Rovers boss to discuss Graham Burke's availability with Martin O'Neill

The Republic of Ireland’s upcoming friendlies will be played during a hectic period for Shamrock Rovers.