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Today’s News

The last summer of innocence and the legacy Jack Charlton left behind

He ruled with an iron fist – but the players loved his mischievous wit and winning mentality..

250 hours of analysis and staged TV interviews - Inside a top-level coaching course

We take a look at what the likes of Duff, Keane and Andrews had to do to earn their Pro Licence at the FAI, the highest qualification in coaching.

'This is something for me to give back' - Cork dual star's unique coaching venture through her own rise

Saoirse Noonan is now balancing coaching sessions for kids with her own hectic schedule as her star rises further.

'I've been blessed to have had a wonderful career' - Barry Geraghty announces retirement

Twice a Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, Geraghty also won the 2003 Grand National.

Yesterday’s News

Ronaldo's penalty double edges Juve closer to title in Atalanta draw

Lazio’s challenge is fading fast, as today they fell to a third-straight defeat.

Sterling nets hat-trick as Man City batter Brighton

Pep Guardiola’s deposed champions ran out 5-0 winners.

Messi tees up victory as Barcelona cling on to fading title hopes

The champions trudged their way to a stodgy 1-0 win against Valladolid.

'Here I am, living my dream' - Ireland's McGoldrick toasts his first Premier League goals in Chelsea win

Two years ago, McGoldrick was without a club and to go on trial at Sheffield United.

McGoldrick double helps Sheffield to thumping win over dismal Chelsea

Frank Lampard’s side fell to a 3-0 defeat.

'We left the door open' - Klopp frustrated as Burnley end Liverpool's home run

The champions today dropped league points at Anfield for the first time in 18 months.

West Brom slip up in Championship promotion race

Elsewhere, Preston missed the chance to return to the play-off spots.

Liverpool's bid for Premier League record takes hit with Burnley draw

Jurgen Klopp’s side need to win their remaining three games to break Manchester City’s record of 100 points.

'Heart in my mouth': Rain king Hamilton storms to Styrian Grand Prix pole

Lewis Hamilton delivered one of his greatest qualifying performances in treacherous rain-swept conditions.

Like father like son: Fallon junior lands maiden Group One

‘I spoke to dad beforehand and he said, ‘keep it simple,’” said Kieren Fallon’s son Cieren.

Norwich suffer Premier League relegation as West Ham's Antonio grabs four

A seventh successive league defeat for Daniel Farke’s side sealed their fate.

Ireland's five greatest days under Jack Charlton

From Genoa to Giants Stadium, we look back on five days when Jackie’s Army shook up the world.

From TheJournal.ie 'A legacy of outstanding leadership': Tributes paid to Ireland legend Jack Charlton Jackie's Army

'A legacy of outstanding leadership': Tributes paid to Ireland legend Jack Charlton

The Englishman who guided Ireland to the quarter-finals of Italia 90 died yesterday aged 85.

Powerful finish from fired-up Crusaders too much for Blues

The Blues saw a chance to rewrite history slip away.

'Jack's passing will be felt in Ireland more than anywhere else'

Mick McCarthy and Niall Quinn have paid tribute to Jack Charlton who passed away this morning.

'Sorry Mr Marley, you can't play here' - Playing football with a music icon before a famous gig in Dublin

It was 40 years ago this week when the reggae singer performed at Dalymount Park.

From TheJournal.ie A proper football man who brought the game into Irish hearts: Jack Charlton (1935-2020) Big Jack

A proper football man who brought the game into Irish hearts: Jack Charlton (1935-2020)

Charlton led the Irish football team for a decade.

Quiz: How well do you remember the Lions Tests of the 21st century?

The Lions plan to have a tour in full swing this time next year.

Ireland legend Jack Charlton dies aged 85 RIP

Ireland legend Jack Charlton dies aged 85

The Englishman guided Ireland to the quarter-finals of Italia 90.

McDowell and Lowry drop down the leaderboard at the Workday Charity Open

Both men are tied in 29th position at the PGA’s Workday Charity Open after McDowell followed up his opening round of 68 with a 73 while Lowry finished yesterday with a 72.

'It was too much for me - losing my sister, losing my dad... But I continued to play for Ireland through it all'

Former Irish international Elaine O’Connor chats to The42 about her career in football.

'The game is the game and we shouldn't be judged by gender' - A life in football from playing to coaching

Shelbourne captain Pearl Slattery is making huge strides in coaching.

Friday 10 July, 2020

Real Madrid close in on La Liga title with eighth consecutive win

Karim Benzema scored from the penalty spot before assisting Marco Asensio’s second-half tap-in.

Championship clash of traditional Cork heavyweights to be televised live by RTÉ

The Glen and the Barrs are scheduled to lock horns at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in three weeks’ time.

Arter and Christie feature as Fulham guarantee themselves a play-off place

The Ireland international duo both started in their side’s 2-0 win over Cardiff City this evening.

Jamie George signs long-term contract during 'exciting period' for Saracens

The England hooker is the latest player to commit to Saracens, who have been relegated to the Championship.

'Class act' Wimbledon praised for distributing £10m in prize money despite cancellation

The Wimbledon finals should have taken place this weekend.

Ireland striker Collins plays his part as Luton Town give themselves a Championship lifeline

The four-cap international had a hand in the second goal.

Freewheelin Dylan clams Midlands National after dramatic photo finish

‘I thought I was beaten at the line,’ said Ricky Doyle, who was the winning jockey for Dermot McLoughlin.

'We're at a disadvantage when we come to play teams in Ireland because we just don't have that playing experience'

The London ladies football team are hoping to be included in the 2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League.

Mustang Sally, Stephen Kenny and the Longford Town legacy

Longford Town were going nowhere until Stephen Kenny arrived in 1998. Their subsequent success charmed the nation and set the then 26-year-old on the road to the biggest job in Irish football.

Masvidal takes aim at 'mentally weak' Usman ahead of UFC welterweight title showdown

The belt will be on the line in Abu Dhabi tomorrow night.

CAS to deliver result of Manchester City appeal on Monday

City were fined €30 million and banned from Uefa competitions for two years, but insist they are innocent of flouting FFP rules.

Wexford SHC heads up listings as TG4 brings live GAA back to your screen

The broadcaster has unveiled its July listings as club championships return.

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