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Wednesday 22 November, 2017

Lee Keegan pours cold water on 'false rumour' he has been diagnosed with serious illness

But the Mayo defender will miss the majority of the 2018 league campaign after undergoing two hip operations.

'He still finds stuff to give out to me about, that's just Johnny' -- Conor Murray

The world’s best half-backs get on like a house on fire.

'You don't come to a club like Leinster unless you want to come and win trophies'

Scott Fardy is loving life at Leinster and the arrival of his first child has kept him busy during the international break.

'I don’t feel old' - Ageless McNulty could 'easily' play for Cork City into his 40s

The experienced stopper has no plans to retire, having recently signed a new two-year deal.

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Earls facing two months out as Munster take 'extra cautious' approach with Bleyendaal

Johann van Graan is taking over a diminished Munster squad.

Cork's Spike O'Sullivan lands huge fight as co-main event on HBO next month

The Rebel bruiser will fight world-ranked American contender Antoine Douglas in Quebec next month.

'Irish people still think about that?': 2015 a distant memory for transitioning Pumas

A lot has changed since Argentina inflicted more World Cup misery on Ireland two years ago, and they arrive in Dublin this week a team in transition.

Feek backs O'Gara to 'slide in like a glove' at Crusaders

A four-time title-winner with the Crusaders, Feek says ‘super sponge’ ROG will thrive if the move goes through.

Alberto Moreno's woes and more Champions League talking points

Plus, City’s 17-year-old debutant and a sense of anti-climax in the group stages.

Chris Smalling hits back at England snub

The Manchester United defender has been overlooked by Gareth Southgate of late, but he is happy with his form and fighting for a World Cup spot.

Tuesday 21 November, 2017

Man City fans get first sight of local star they crave

After Phil Foden made his debut against Feyenoord, Pep Guardiola said the teenager’s development is down to the player.

'It feels like we lost' - Klopp annoyed at Liverpool's second-half collapse

The Reds boss felt his side “stopped playing football” as they let slip a 3-0 half-time lead against Sevilla.

Chris Coleman gets off to bad start at Sunderland, Ireland's Daryl Murphy grabs winner

It was a busy night of action in the Championship.

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Watch: This stunning Lorenzo Insigne goal lit up Napoli-Shakhtar

Further late goals from Piotr Zielinski and Dries Mertens gave the Italians’ goal difference a boost.

Kilmacud Crokes announce appointment of Anthony Daly as new hurling boss

Daly replaces his former Banner team-mate Ollie Baker.

Who's the boss? Tunisian club to appoint new manager based on fan poll

CA Bizertin Club have decided to put the important decision of choosing a successor to the ousted Al-Asaad Al-Daridi in the hands of their supporters.

Tottenham secure top spot ahead of Real after win in Dortmund

Goals from Harry Kane and Son Heung-min earned Spurs a victory.

More goals and more assists: Ronaldo claims Champions League bragging rights over Messi

Elsewhere tonight, Pep Guardiola handed a debut to 17-year-old Phil Foden as Man City enjoyed a 1-0 win over Feyenoord.

Remarkable Sevilla comeback leaves Liverpool frustrated

The Reds had led 3-0 at half-time, before the Spaniards rallied.

'He just started taking charge in Japan. Everyone listened. It looked like he flourished on that'

Greg Feek attributes Cian Healy’s resurgence purely to the player himself, but suggests it hasn’t all come down to weight loss.

'That's where I started to pick up on the free-taking, watching him': Bryan Sheehan on Maurice Fitz

Sheehan announced his retirement on Sunday after 13 seasons with the Kerry seniors.

Questions on Mkhitaryan absence leave Mourinho riled

The Red Devils manager believes there is too much scrutiny placed on his decisions to leave players out of his starting line-ups.

Furlong's camera skills much improved since Ireland's RWC exit, but not as much as his rugby

It turns out Tadhg Furlong wasn’t ‘vlogging’ Ireland’s World Cup exit to Argentina as a fan.

Big result for Liverpool, as Maribor hold Spartak Moscow

The visitors secured a 1-1 draw in stoppage time to give a boost to both Liverpool and Sevilla.

As it happened: Sevilla v Liverpool, Champions League

Sevilla took on Liverpool, with the Reds needing a win to guarantee their place in the next round.

Post-training headaches still keeping Jared Payne out of rugby

‘What we are doing is trying to make sure the welfare of Jared is foremost.’

Ex-Wales and Lions scrum-half Mike Phillips comes out of retirement to help Scarlets

The 35-year-old has been included in a 27-man squad for the upcoming Pro14 games in South Africa.

Ruby Walsh confident he can fully recover from broken leg in time for Cheltenham

‘The physical pain goes away but the mental pain stays with you until you are back.’

'There will be clips of that game that we played two years ago. It's tough viewing'

Rob Kearney admits Ireland’s final November Test takes on added significance given their World Cup disappointment, but insists ‘revenge’ isn’t on the cards.

'Not many keepers receive these awards so I must have done something right'

Cork City’s FAI Cup final hero Mark McNulty has been named Player of the Month for November.

Conte unhappy with Chelsea's fixture congestion

With Chelsea facing away trips to Qarabag and Liverpool in the space of four days, Antonio Conte has hit out at his team’s fixtures.

'It put it into huge perspective' - freak injury to defender spurring Nemo on in Munster bid

Paul Kerrigan on Nemo’s motivation after Cian McWhinney’s injury.

'I remember driving out and saying to myself, 'this is probably the last time I'll play for Ireland''

Ian Keatley is a happy man, and it’s showing on the pitch.

Connacht winger joins province's lengthy injury list after appendix surgery

Rory Scholes faces a number of weeks out.

'I’ve tried my best to annoy him and it hasn’t worked yet': Heslin on his three in-a-row-winning manager

Luke Dempsey has won five senior inter-county titles in the last five years with two different clubs.

No Super Rugby farewell lap for Stephen Moore as he brings full retirement forward to this Saturday

The Wallabies hooker had originally planned to line out for the Reds in 2018 after bowing out from the international scene.

'He has kicks in his locker that I don't think anyone else has' - Kerry's dead ball specialist

Johnny Buckley was well aware of the prowess of his retired Kerry team-mate Bryan Sheehan.

Glasgow Warriors have snapped up Irish speedster Max McFarland

The 24-year-old Leinster academy product has signed a partnership contract with Scotland 7s.

Neymar's nocturnal antics not a worry to PSG coach

Unai Emery says he doesn’t mind his Brazilian star’s nightclubbing.

Ireland reveal squad for opening tournament of World Seven Series in Dubai

Anthony Eddy has included two new uncapped players in his panel.