Soccer - Today’s News
The 2017 season kicks off with a mouth-watering fixture between the reigning champions and the visiting Hoops.
The Premier League champions begin the post-Ranieri era, while David Moyes and Paul Clement are back at former clubs.
Reigning Premier League champs Leicester are on the hunt for a new manager after sacking Ranieri.
Man United have a chance to win a trophy for the first time under Jose Mourinho, as they take on Southampton.
Joe Schmidt’s men will look to build on the big win over Italy last time out.
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The Manchester United manager has once again expressed his support for the sacked former Leicester City boss.
A much sought-after talent in his heyday, the ex-Spain international has revealed that he snubbed interest from Chelsea.
‘Today, I’ll be sprinting back to the sport I love,’ writes our League of Ireland columnist John O’Sullivan.
Craig Shakespeare has been speaking to the media today.
Mourinho’s men will travel to FC Rostov in the last-16 of the Europa League.
There were fears that Hogan could be out for the season.
The Premier Division is back and last year’s champions could face a tough test against the new-look Hoops this evening.
It’s been a busy off-season for a number of teams
We give our tips on players to watch, likely title winners and more.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Former Leicester strikers Alan Smith and Tony Cottee also questioned the timing of the decision.
Carlos Bacca has turned down a massive offer from Asia with under a week to go in the Chinese Super League’s transfer window.
Nevertheless, there was better news for Genk — the team who defeated Cork City.
Spurs were stunned by a side currently sitting eighth in the Belgian league.
Conan Byrne is confident that St Patrick’s Athletic can finally establish consistency this season.
The England international was sent off after an appalling high tackle on Brecht Dejaegere.
The Foxes are currently just one point above the relegation zone.
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Plus, that all-important fixture list for a busy Friday of sport.
League of Ireland official Rob Rogers chats to The42 about the highs and lows of taking charge at various tiers.
Daniel Pender – remember the name.
It’s the first time fans will be able to watch virtual football live on TV.
Connor Ronan faces a spell on the sidelines with a back injury.
Don’t be surprised to see these lads attracting attention from abroad during this SSE Airtricity League season.
17-year-old Jordi Mboula is definitely one to keep an eye out for in the future.
Manchester United’s skipper has been linked with a move to the Far East, but his former team-mate feels he still has a lot to offer.
Soccer - Wednesday 22 February, 2017
“We’ve come a long way and things are really starting to click for how we want to play.”
Elsewhere in the Champions League, Juventus claimed a 2-0 win at Porto.
San Marino are still without a win in over a decade.
The result gives Barcelona and Sevilla a great boost in their push for the La Liga title.
Irish fans’ love of English football is often cited as a big reason for the domestic game’s problems.
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Plus, a Saudi Arabian goalkeeper with a serious passion for gaelic football.
The Armenian attacker scored in a 1-0 win over St Etienne but came off inside the first half hour, while Eric Bailly was sent off.
The Blues also announced the signing of former Ireland underage international Derek Daly today.
Tomorrow’s final will see UCD face UCC.
The midfielder has made 117 appearances for the club, scoring 20 goals.