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Today’s News

'What is it they've experienced? Ireland's experience was not to win' - Hansen

The All Blacks boss pointed out that his team had experience of winning World Cup knock-out games.

Robbie Brady makes first Premier League start since May amid an emotional day at Leicester

The Foxes ultimately earned a 2-1 victory over Burnley.

Irish teen Aaron Connolly retains starting spot as 10-man Brighton undone by Villa

Jack Grealish equalised on the brink of half-time, before Matt Targett’s injury-time winner.

Alonso makes it 5 wins in a row for Frank Lampard's new-look Chelsea

The Blues were too good for Newcastle at Stamford Bridge today.

Dele Alli's first goal since January saves Spurs from another demoralising defeat

Abdoulaye Doucouré had given Watford an early lead.

Sin bin proposal receives strong support as kick-out and advanced mark rules also passed

All three motions were approved at GAA’s Special Congress.

Schmidt: 'I'm a little bit broken... you carry your scars more than your successes'

The Ireland head coach’s six-year tenure came to an end with a crushing defeat to the All Blacks.

Wijnaldum: Liverpool can remain unbeaten all season

The Reds are enjoying a perfect start to the Premier League campaign.

‘I’ll give you £50 for every decent first touch you make': Zlatan reveals Lukaku snubbed bet

The Swede jokingly slated his former Man United team-mate for having a heavy first touch.

Man United warned Aston Villa star's price tag has ‘shot up’

The Scotland international has been mooted as a potential target for the Red Devils.

Tier 2 All-Ireland SFC coming in 2020 as motion is passed at Special Congress

The vote was taken by county delegates at Pairc Ui Chaoimh this afternoon.

Schmidt's attempt to build Ireland into immovable object crumbles before our eyes

Ireland’s form through 2019 has been leading to today’s result, despite their protests of positivity.

Cheika requests 'compassion' as he objects to question over his future

The Wallabies boss said he did not appreciate the topic of his future being raised so soon after the World Cup exit.

'It’s embarrassing that Ozil is not featuring for Arsenal. He has to take a look at himself' - Keown

The Gunners legend says the German international has to take some responsibility for his lack of game time.

Brazil international helps Everton end four-game losing streak

Bernard was on target, as the Toffees overcame West Ham.

'I'm gutted for him' - Paulie and BOD lament Schmidt's cruel swansong

‘Look at what he’s done for Ireland over the past six or seven years,’ says Brian O’Driscoll.

Messi on target to ensure frantic week ends in comfortable Barca win

Antoine Griezmann and Luis Suarez also scored in a comfortable win over Eibar.

'We felt we prepared well, we felt we had a game-plan'

Rory Best felt Ireland had prepared well for their quarter-final clash with New Zealand, despite conceding seven tries in Tokyo.

A sorry end to the Schmidt era as All Blacks obliterate Ireland at the World Cup

Despite huge Irish support, Schmidt’s side were dire to record yet another quarter-final defeat.

Watch: Disaster for Ireland as New Zealand strike for three early tries

Ireland have been left with a mountain to climb after New Zealand raced into a 17-0 lead in Tokyo.

Jones insists England can get even better after impressive victory over Australia

The head coach says he’s like to face the All Blacks in the last four.

Distraught Cheika says Wallabies 'gave it everything'

After Australia lost their Rugby World Cup quarter-final to England, the former Leinster boss struggled to contain his disappointment.

Manchester United v Liverpool: The memorable Premier League meetings in their storied rivalry

The heavyweight clubs have served up a few treats in the Premier League era, even if recent meetings have been mostly forgettable.

May's double sends England past Australia and into World Cup semi-final

Eddie Jones’ side flexed their muscle in the first of the quarter-final ties in Oita.

As it happened: New Zealand v Ireland, Rugby World Cup quarter-final

The All Blacks stood between Ireland and a first-ever appearance in the RWC semi-final…

All Blacks stand in the way as Ireland target first-ever World Cup semi-final

‘There’s nothing we can do about the previous results,’ said Ireland out-half Johnny Sexton.

Lam's Bristol start Premiership season with derby battering of Bath

Nathan Hughes made a big impact on his Premiership debut, while Luke Morahan claimed a brace.

How Bray's local hero fell in love with football again

One year on from having to pay for his own knee operation, Hugh Douglas is thriving.

As it happened: England v Australia, Rugby World Cup quarter-final

Eddie Jones and Michael Cheika pit their wits together with a place in the semi-final on the line.

'I realised that he never really treated me like a girl or a boy... he completely let me be who I wanted to be'

Ireland star Louise Galvin delves into the positive influence sport – and role models like her late father – have had on her life.

'It looks like they want to help Man United' - Jurgen Klopp criticises media

The Liverpool boss was not happy with material that he saw as providing Sunday’s opponents with further motivation.

Three cheers, two fingers for Ireland's only other RWC meeting with the All Blacks

Ireland’s Rugby World Cup story has only featured a cameo appearance from the All Blacks.

Yesterday’s News

Argentina icon Batistuta undergoes ankle surgery after 'begging' doctor to amputate legs

The legendary goalscorer has lived with years of pain since his retirement in 2005.

Guardiola to send Man City players 'to the fridge' in bid to stay fresh during busy December

The reigning champions have been dealt a tricky hand over the festive period.

Di Maria, Mbappe guide PSG past nine-man Nice

Patrick Vieira’s side’s chances evaporated with the dismissal of Wylan Cyprien and Christophe Herelle in a matter of minutes.

Finn Harps set for promotion-relegation play-off following first win since August

The Donegal-based side overcame Waterford in Ballybofey tonight.

Hyland's superb strike from 25 yards sees play-off end all square between Cabo and Drogheda

Kieran Marty Waters and Jake Hyland were on target as Friday’s play-off first-leg ended all square.

Cork City end on a high at home, as they upset Dundalk

Dáire O’Connor’s goal ensured the Rebel Army picked up the three points.

10-man Bohemians secure European football after grabbing point in Dublin derby

Keith Long’s men will play in the Europa League qualifiers next summer after securing a 0-0 draw in Inchicore.

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