Soccer - Friday 15 May, 2015
The Argentina Football Association (AFA) has confirmed the tragic passing of Emanuel Ortega, who passed away after suffering a head injury.
Soccer - Thursday 14 May, 2015
The Chairboys will be joined by Southend at Wembley on 23 May.
The Ukrainian side have reached their first ever European final.
The Liverpool captain will play his last game in Anfield on Saturday.
Footballer Kieran Djilali opens up about his experiences since moving to the League of Ireland in 2013.
Every rider, stage and year has its own story to tell.
Kenny Dalglish’s side pipped Fergie’s men by a single point.
Here’s what Thursday had for us, sports fans.
Shamrock Rovers striker Mikey Drennan and Bohemians goalkeeper Dean Delany finished second and third respectively.
*Or someone who’s great at karate.
The former ITV pundit drove “erratically” through north London two days before his failed suicide bid.
Chelsea have snapped up a young Brazilian talent.
The Chilean is set to survive the club hierarchy’s end-of-season review.
This week marks the anniversary of the time when Roy Keane and Mick McCarthy fell out ahead of the 2002 World Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo was the target.
Steven Gerrard is set to play his final game at Anfield on Saturday ahead of joining LA Galaxy in the summer.
Louis Van Gaal could be forced to find a place for Nani after he returns from his season-long loan at Sporting Lisbon.
It had been reported that the Real Madrid star gave a massive donation to aid victims of the Nepal earthquake.
The record-breaking keeper may still break one more record before he retires.
Furious fans of the La Liga giants waited outside the stadium for Bale following Real’s Champions League exit.
Blackburn Rovers claimed their first and only title win so far.
The two players will meet again in the Champions League final on 6 June.
“For the past two years I’ve been working a lot on the power in my legs — all of that has helped me.”
Mark English also believes fellow Irish athlete Martin Fagan should not compete again owing to his doping past.
The Welshman spurned a glut of chances for Real last night.
Danish scout Torben Aakjaer was dismissed after making derogatory remarks against Muslims and immigrants.
Soccer - Wednesday 13 May, 2015
Eamon Dunphy has not been impressed by Martin O’Neill’s handling of the situation.
The circus is coming to town.
More PR perfection from the League of Ireland’s newest club.
The pressure was on at the Bernabeu tonight.
It’ll be Juventus versus Barcelona in next month’s decider.
The committee has confirmed that it won’t be going ahead.
We’ll also have news of doping in GAA and Ireland’s U-17s.
The Manchester United defender was reportedly out on a poker night when the incident occurred.
Après Match’s Billo and Frank are giving Liffey Wanderes no chance this weekend.
Manager Martin O’Neill announced his provisional 33-man list earlier.
Tom Mohan’s men lost 1-0 to holders England in Bulgaria.
There could be custodial sentences and a heavy fine.
The Aston Villa youngster turned down Martin O’Neill’s offer of a place in the Ireland squad yesterday.
Darren Kelly had tweeted about “legend” Martin McGuinness earlier this year.
The Colombian has failed to impress on loan from Monaco but the former Red Devils star insists the best goal-scorers never lose their natural ability.