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Today’s News

Worry for Man United, as David de Gea injured on international duty

The Red Devils look set to be without their goalkeeper for their crunch clash against Liverpool.

Yesterday’s News

'I don’t think that system caused us to have an inability to pass the ball to one another'

Mick McCarthy also admitted Aaron Connolly endured a tough night in Geneva.

Georgia overcome Gibraltar in 5-goal thriller

Giorgi Kvilitaia ultimately broke the hosts’ hearts with six minutes to go.

McCarthy concedes Ireland were beaten by 'a considerably better team'

The Republic of Ireland manager saw his side go down 2-0 to Switzerland in Geneva this evening.

Aaron Connolly's big night ruined, as Ireland's lack of quality catches up with them

Mick McCarthy said beforehand that he didn’t feel any great sense of belief from those in the pre-match press conference. This 90 minutes showed why, writes David Sneyd.

Rodrigo's last-gasp equaliser secures Spain's qualification for Euro 2020

Marcus Berg’s goal had Sweden on the cusp of a memorable triumph over the Spanish this evening.

Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Switzerland

It was a disappointing night for Ireland, as they were beaten 2-0.

Ireland running out of Euro 2020 chances as they are outclassed in Swiss defeat

Seamus Coleman was sent off as Mick McCarthy’s side fell to a 2-0 loss in Geneva.

The Swiss goals that ended Ireland's unbeaten run in the Euro 2020 qualifiers Goals This post contains videos

The Swiss goals that ended Ireland's unbeaten run in the Euro 2020 qualifiers

Haris Seferovic and Edimilson Fernandes gave the home side a deserved victory this evening in Geneva.

England overreacted a bit, says Bulgaria goalkeeper amid racism storm

Racist abuse aimed towards Three Lions players has received widespread condemnation.

As it happened: Switzerland v Ireland, Euro 2020 qualifiers

Mick McCarthy’s side faced Switzerland on Tuesday night in Euro 2020 qualification.

'The dream has always been to get onto the LPGA. If a girl from Cavan can do it, then anybody can'

Leona Maguire is primed for the world’s biggest stage in 2020 after her remarkable rise to the top.

Frampton and Valdez to co-headline Vegas doubleheader ahead of potential showdown

‘The Jackal’ is back following an 11-month absence.

Connolly starts as McCarthy names his Irish team to face Switzerland

There are three changes, including Conor Hourihane’s making way for Alan Browne.

Tonga hooker handed seven-week ban for incident in win over USA

Agen will be without Paula Ngauamo for a substantial period after he kicked an opponent in the face.

Ireland/Switzerland goes ahead as planned following late pitch inspection

The surface at the Stade de Geneva is in pretty bad shape, but has been deemed playable.

Iceland hand Stephen Kenny's Ireland first defeat of qualifying campaign

Sveinn Aron Gudjohnsen — son of former Chelsea player Eidur — scored the winning goal.

Turkey defends footballers over controversial goal celebration

Players were seen as supporting the country’s current military operation in Syria.

From TheJournal.ie Jurors in Paul Gascoigne sexual assault trial shown photos of him kissing Paul Gascoigne

Jurors in Paul Gascoigne sexual assault trial shown photos of him kissing

The former England football star momentarily wept in the witness box today.

'I cried like a baby, if I'm honest. I was 8 years old telling my mum I wanted to go to the Olympics'

Rhys McClenaghan won Ireland’s first-ever World Gymnastics medal in Stuttgart on Saturday.

Tiger Woods promises to tell 'definitive story' in new memoir

HarperCollins Publishers have acquired the rights to ‘Back.’

Superstar Enable will race again in 2020 with Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe a target

Enable was last seen finishing second at Longchamp earlier this month.

Ex-Ireland coach Simmons appointed by West Indies three years after controversial dismissal

The 56-year-old returns for a second spell, having led the Windies to the 2016 T20 World Cup before being sacked five months later.

From FA Cup dreams to Féile dominance - the GAA rise of London's native son

Michael Maher has become the first London-born manager to take charge of the Exiles.

Bulgarian FA chief resigns as Uefa president calls on 'football family' to wage war on racists

Bulgaria’s prime minister had urged Borislav Mihaylov to step down in the wake of the racist abuse directed towards English players by Bulgarian supporters.

World's top young players shortlisted for prestigious Golden Boy award U21

World's top young players shortlisted for prestigious Golden Boy award

The likes of Joao Felix, Ansu Fati, Jadon Sancho and Kai Havertz will be looking to win the prize that Matthijs de Ligt claimed last year.

Vunipola 'very likely' to line out for England against Australia

The number eight has returned to full training and England are confident he’ll be ruled fit for Saturday morning’s clash.

Points shared in landmark World Cup qualifier between North and South Korea

Gianni Infantino looked on but there were no fans in attendance as North Korea and South Korea drew 0-0 in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.

All Blacks don't feel defeats to Ireland are relevant to World Cup quarter-final

Attack coach Ian Foster wasn’t interested in discussing Andy Farrell’s defensive success against the Kiwis.

Footballers avoid jail after pleading guilty to drink-driving which injured Ireland defender

Derby County pair Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett have been banned from driving for two years and handed 12-month community orders.

World Rugby refutes allegations made against Ireland in Sunday Times

World Rugby COO Alan Gilpin confirmed no discussion took place with the IRFU regarding Japan’s pool fixture against Scotland.

Conlan finally set for Rio 2016 revenge chance with Nikitin showdown confirmed for NYC

It’s back on – the long-awaited reunion takes place on 14 December at Madison Square Garden.

17-year-old Sheridan still pinching himself after seizing his big opportunity at the Curragh

The talented apprentice jockey had a landmark win on the Willie Mullins-trained Royal Illusion, writes Donn McClean.

More leading golfers added to the field for 2020 JP McManus Pro-Am in Adare

13 golfers from last year’s Ryder Cup in Paris are now confirmed to play.

McCarthy bemused by lack of positivity but few signs pointing to Irish win in Geneva

Based on the evidence of last weekend, Ireland will struggle tonight to find the result that can send them to Euro 2020 with a game to spare.

Healy: 'It's a do or die game'

Cian Healy says that Ireland are relishing the opportunity of taking on reigning World Cup champions New Zealand in their quarter-final on Saturday.

Back-to-back champion Sanita Puspure one of five Irish up for prestigious World Rowing Awards

New crew of Paul O’Donovan and Fintan McCarthy and fellow Corkman Ronan Byrne are also nominated.

'I knew it was time to grow up' - Ireland U21 midfielder aiming to kick on for club and country Next Generation This post contains videos

'I knew it was time to grow up' - Ireland U21 midfielder aiming to kick on for club and country

Bournemouth’s Gavin Kilkenny is loving life as part of Stephen Kenny’s squad.

Stevens returns and Byrne makes way as Ireland squad finalised for Switzerland tonight

Enda Stevens missed the draw with Georgia due to suspension.

Ireland waiting to make decision on appealing Aki's three-game ban

The Connacht man’s World Cup is over unless Ireland launch a successful appeal.

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