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Today’s News

Disgusted JR Smith says tanking 'was always the plan' for Cavs after LeBron

James visits the Cavaliers with his LA Lakers outfit this Wednesday.

Ireland's devoted followers deserve more than propaganda about phoney progress

In spite of the current malaise, the Irish team had substantial support last night in Aarhus.

'It was like a horror film': Müller shocked by Germany collapse as Netherlands secure 91st-minute leveller

The attacker’s 100th cap ended in disappointment as Joachim Löw’s side threw away a two-goal lead.

Monaghan youngster McKenna spars pound-for-pound star Lomachenko ahead of new-year debut

The Smithborough stylist is expected to make his pro debut with Golden Boy Promotions early in the new year.

Hurlers and youngsters join 40-man Tipperary football squad as Kearns looks to 2019 season

Conor Sweeney will captain the side with Alan Campbell the vice-captain.

World Player of the Year prize would be fitting reward for Sexton's incredible 2018

‘Where he stands out above a lot of the other players is his ability to see things on the pitch and pick the right options.’

Analysis: Schmidt's smarts shine through in Ireland's detailed power plays

There were fresh examples of the head coach’s clever thinking against the All Blacks.

'I’m going to come back' - German teenager on the mend after fracturing spine in horror crash

Sophia Floersch underwent 11 hours of surgery after her car flew off the track at the Formula Three Macau Grand Prix on Sunday.

'That's where the bar is': Ireland players strive to emulate standards set against All Blacks

Niall Scannell was unfortunate to miss out on the big Test in this window, but he is determined to put his own marker down against the USA.

'If it helps one girl or one boy, then talking about it has been completely worth it'

Dublin star Nicole Owens reflects on opening up about her personal struggles and sharing her story over the past year.

The GAA will honour Bloody Sunday victim tomorrow at Glasnevin Cemetery

Tomorrow is the 98th anniversary of the atrocity.

'The Denmark 'keeper had the ball and we ran back into our own half. I don't see the point in that'

Jon Walters was critical of aspects of Ireland’s performance last night, but also remained optimistic for the future.

Towell 'a little bit closer' to Ireland cap after being named in back-to-back provisional squads

Richie Towell made the last two provisional panels and has ambitions to make it all the way into Martin O’Neill’s final squad.

397 minutes of football without a goal: Why can't O'Neill's Ireland seem to score anymore? Goal Drought This post contains videos

397 minutes of football without a goal: Why can't O'Neill's Ireland seem to score anymore?

The Boys in Green have failed to score for four games in a row for the first time since 1996.

Obafemi has 'plenty to do' as O'Neill sounds note of caution over teenage striker

A senior debut for 18-year-old Michael Obafemi was the most positive aspect of Ireland’s trip to Aarhus.

'It's a bitter pill to swallow' - Broadhurst left frustrated after controversial World Championships defeat

The Dundalk woman was hit with a point deduction in the final round of her bout against Indian Simranjit Baath Kaur.

Collingwood's new Irish recruit unsure if AFL sides should compensate GAA clubs

Derry’s Anton Tohill has recently signed for AFL giants Collingwood.

From TheJournal.ie 'It was devastating': Republic of Ireland players lead tributes to 30 year-old fan who died in Denmark David Clerkin

'It was devastating': Republic of Ireland players lead tributes to 30 year-old fan who died in Denmark

The 30 year-old tragically died yesterday morning after falling into the water at Copenhagen Harbour.

'This is the only time you'll see me cry' - Australia's greatest-ever player Cahill bids an emotional farewell Legend This post contains videos

'This is the only time you'll see me cry' - Australia's greatest-ever player Cahill bids an emotional farewell

The Socceroos’ all-time top goalscorer played his final international match in Sydney today.

Stevens rejects argument that O'Neill can take Ireland no further

The Sheffield United man backed the Ireland manager after making his first competitive international start.

Van Dijk explains why he consoled referee at the end of Germany draw

The Netherlands captain embraced the official as he had recently lost his mother.

Anthony Cunningham adds successful club coaches to Roscommon backroom team

Iain Daly of the Michael Glaveys club and Strokestown’s Mark Dowd have both been appointed as selectors.

'I've never used decks before' - How Kilbane ended up DJing as support to Groove Armada Murder On Kilbane's Floor This post contains videos

'I've never used decks before' - How Kilbane ended up DJing as support to Groove Armada

In the first episode of a four-part series, the ex-Ireland and Premier League footballer goes chasing a lifelong dream.

Setback for Marmion as Ireland scrum-half ruled out for three months due to injury

The Connacht player still managed to star in the win over New Zealand.

'There are two Meath teams playing All-Ireland finals in Meath on Sunday. It's pretty ridiculous'

The Four Roads club in Roscommon have hit out at the Camogie Association’s decision to fix their All-Ireland club junior final against Meath’s Kilmessan in Navan.

Ahead of national club final, 2017 All-Ireland winning boss lands Tipp job again

Tipperary ladies football manager Shane Ronayne is staying on for the next two years.

European Super League is a 'fiction' and 'out of the question'

A number of the continent’s top clubs are keen to break away from their domestic competitions, according to documents uncovered by Football Leaks.

'Lumping balls forward to O’Brien is not going to be the way forward for us'

Ray Houghton is frustrated with Ireland’s lack of creativity in the final third, with Martin O’Neill’s side without a goal in four games.

Kellie Harrington bags another World medal as she guarantees bronze in India

The Dubliner powered into the semi-finals this morning.

'There comes a time when you need to win a trophy': Top-four finish not enough for Reds, says Fowler

The Anfield favourite believes Jurgen Klopp’s squad needs to focus on tangible rewards.

'We don't have Richard Dunnes, Robbie Keanes and Damien Duffs to carry us through anymore'

Seamus Coleman expects Ireland to be back on track in 2019.

'It was a whirlwind' - Rams edge out Chiefs in high-scoring NFL classic History This post contains videos

'It was a whirlwind' - Rams edge out Chiefs in high-scoring NFL classic

A thrilling toe-to-toe battle at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Ulster take 'huge amount of pride' from Ireland's success as provinces prepare to return

Dan McFarland’s side face the Scarlets on Friday night.

2018 will be remembered as the year when Ireland's footballers became unwatchable

Martin O’Neill’s side have scored just four goals over the past 12 months.

All Black victory 'another rung on the ladder' for Ireland side full of leaders

Iain Henderson can see traits worth following throughout the squad.

Mixed feelings for Lowe as he watched Ireland defeat former team-mates

The Leinster winger was at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday with his parents.

Proud Obafemi 'never had any doubts' about representing Ireland

The 18-year-old Southampton striker made his senior international debut last night against Denmark.

Philip Mahony: 'If we never won Munster, it would have stuck with me until the day I die'

The Waterford defender realised a long-held ambition on Sunday with Ballygunner.

Munster wary of throwing Murray and Farrell back in too soon

The pair are back training ahead of Sunday’s clash against Zebre.

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