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Today’s News

Lewis Hamilton hopes to unite the grid on issue of taking the knee

‘Some of the drivers maybe don’t fully understand how impactful their voices can be to people,’ said Hamilton, the only black driver in F1.

Sheffield United and FAI condemn racist abuse aimed at David McGoldrick

The Irish striker shared a vile message sent to him on Instagram.

NFL's Redskins confirm they will change their name after sponsor pressure over racism NFL

NFL's Redskins confirm they will change their name after sponsor pressure over racism

A new name will not be announced immediately because of ongoing trademark issues.

Major Muslim celebration to be held in Croke Park in the coming month

Major Muslim celebration to be held in Croke Park in the coming month

Croke Park is the preferred setting for the celebration of the next major event on the Muslim calendar.

Manu Tuilagi completes move to Sale Sharks

The 29-year-old will keep his England career alive by staying on home soil.

A bye for Shamrock Rovers and league champions Dundalk to face Waterford

Finn Harps meet St Patrick’s Athletic and Cork City take on Longford Town in the remaining first round games.

Brother of Spurs defender Serge Aurier shot dead in France

Christopher Aurier was fatally wounded when he was shot in an incident in Toulouse.

'We didn't really perceive him as this famous person, he was just big Jack to us'

Former Galway player Alan Kerins on his family’s close links to Jack Charlton.

Manchester City win appeal against Champions League ban

The club are free to play in next season’s competition.

James among NBA stars supporting under-fire ESPN reporter

ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski has reportedly been suspended for a vulgar response to an email from a US senator.

Quiz: How well do you remember the Premier League 2008-09 season?

Man United triumphed, while Robbie Keane made an ill-fated move to Liverpool.

Yesterday’s News

Milan still chasing European spot after battling Napoli to a draw

Milan still chasing European spot after battling Napoli to a draw

Milan are two points behind sixth-placed Napoli, who have already qualified for Europe via their Italian Cup win.

PSG thrash Ligue 2 club in front of 5,000 fans

The French government relaxed health protocols before the weekend to allow for a total attendance of 5,000, including players, journalists and staff.

Morikawa edges Thomas in play-off to clinch second PGA Tour crown

Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry finished T35th and T39th respectively as the 23-year-old fended off his fellow American.

Bournemouth come from behind to hammer Leicester and boost survival hopes

The hosts’ 4-1 win opens the door for Manchester United to leapfrog Leicester when they host Southampton on Monday.

How Ireland learned to stop worrying and love Jack Charlton Analysis This post contains videos

How Ireland learned to stop worrying and love Jack Charlton

A look back at the troubled early days and the scepticism that greeted the Irish manager’s appointment.

‘I prefer to play Europa League than to not play’ – Jose Mourinho

The Portuguese coach has won Europe’s second-tier competition twice before.

The Irish teen sensation who joined Liverpool in their '80s pomp Great Expectations This post contains videos

The Irish teen sensation who joined Liverpool in their '80s pomp

Brian Mooney chats to The42 about his early days at Anfield, becoming a cult hero with Preston and why a big move to Sunderland didn’t work out.

Cork GAA Club confirm positive Covid test as three other clubs are cleared to resume activity

Glanworth, who play in the Cork Intermediate Football Championship, informed the Cork County Board of the positive test on Sunday.

Chris Wilder praises David McGoldrick attitude after breaking goal drought

The Ireland international scored twice in Sheffield United’s victory over Chelsea.

More misery for Arsenal as Tottenham earn come-from-behind win

Toby Alderweireld headed home the winner with nine minutes remaining.

Police arrest 12-year-old boy over racist messages sent to footballer Wilfried Zaha

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson labelled the abuse ‘cowardly and despicable’.

Hourihane grabs assist as Aston Villa gain lifeline in relegation fight

The Ireland international made an impact after being recalled to the starting XI against Crystal Palace.

Hamilton dominates Styrian Grand Prix after pre-race division on driver protest F1

Hamilton dominates Styrian Grand Prix after pre-race division on driver protest

Some remained standing while most knelt in protest ahead of the race.

Joy for Michael O'Neill as Stoke pick up vital win

The Potters eased their relegation worries with a comfortable 2-0 win over fellow strugglers Birmingham.

Late Hernandez strike keeps Leeds on course for title

The 89th minute goal broke the deadlock and puts a huge dent in Swansea’s hopes of earning promotion via the playoffs.

‘Absolute disgrace’ that Jack Charlton wasn’t knighted – Ray Houghton

The former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland midfielder was among those to pay tribute to the manager.

Wolves prevail to close gap on Man United

The win over Everton boosts Nuno Espírito Santo’s side’s European hopes, moving them up to sixth, three points behind the Red Devils in fifth.

UK Sport deny using London Olympians as 'guinea pigs' for DeltaG drink

An investigation by the Mail on Sunday says that 40% of athletes give the drink in 2012 reported side effects.

Former Clermont star Abendanon makes retirement U-turn to join Vannes

The English fullback will ply his trade in Pro D2 next year.

Ex-Crystal Palace and Aston Villa star retires from football

Mile Jedinak is calling it a day.

Jurgen Klopp talks up Roberto Firmino despite Anfield goal drought continuing

The Brazil international has not scored a Premier League goal at home since March last year.

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.

Thomas leads the field for final round of Workday

The American holds a two-shot lead in Ohio, but inclement weather is expected.

Smith and Perenara both snipe in for tries as Hurricanes see off Highlanders Aotearoa This post contains videos

Smith and Perenara both snipe in for tries as Hurricanes see off Highlanders

A break and beautiful pass from Jordie Barrett helped the ‘Canes into a 17-0 lead, but the Highlanders fought back.

Aldo suffers at the hands of Yan, Usman grinds win over Masvidal at UFC 'fight island'

Usman’s professional display brings his record to 12-0.

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..

'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.

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