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Today’s News

'He's unbelievable at singing...and he won some golf tournament as well last year'

Stephen O’Brien says his team-mate David Clifford isn’t just a talented footballer.

Ireland to face Bulgaria and New Zealand in Dublin as FAI confirm 2019 friendlies

Mick McCarthy’s men will face Bulgaria and New Zealand before important Euro 2020 qualifiers later this year.

Join The42 for a special Six Nations preview event with Simon Zebo

The Racing 92 man joins Murray Kinsella and Gavan Casey in Dublin’s Liberty Hall Theatre.

Darren Till gets top billing as Gunnar Nelson is also booked for UFC London

The card for the UFC’s return to the English capital on 16 March is beginning to take shape.

Un De Sceaux misses out on clash against Altior in Grade 1 race at Ascot

The Willie Mullins-trained horse has won the Clarence House Chase on three occasions.

Ex-refugee leading the way for Australia on and off the pitch with brilliant mental health message Socceroos This post contains videos

Ex-refugee leading the way for Australia on and off the pitch with brilliant mental health message

Awer Mabil’s story is an interesting one – as is his unique goal celebration.

Leeds complete signing of Real Madrid goalkeeper

Kiko Casilla has linked up with the Championship promotion hopefuls on a long-term deal.

Henry says going head-to-head with Vieira on the line 'felt really weird'

The Arsenal and French legends met for the first time as coaches and Henry found it rather strange.

'A great day for them and a great day for Connacht': Friend salutes international call-ups West Is Best This post contains videos

'A great day for them and a great day for Connacht': Friend salutes international call-ups

The Connacht head coach marvelled over his trio of uncapped players who have been called up for international duty.

Dembele completes move from Spurs to Chinese Super League

The Belgium player joined the Premier League club in 2012.

Hartley injured, Farrell captains England squad for 'brutal' Six Nations opener against Ireland

Eddie Jones says Ireland are the best team in the world as he aims to take a first win over Joe Schmidt since 2016.

Ukrainian star Svitolina stumped by relationship question on court after Australian Open win Awkward This post contains videos

Ukrainian star Svitolina stumped by relationship question on court after Australian Open win

‘We are here for tennis, so that’s why it was a bit strange. I didn’t really expect to be asked that.’

Lampard slams Bielsa's 'spying' presentation which publicly explored his tactics at Derby

Marcelo Bielsa’s decision to provide a presentation on Derby County annoyed Frank Lampard.

Raonic survives four-hour marathon with Wawrinka as Osaka powers into third round

Milos Raonic had to dig deep in a four-set victory over 2014 champion Stan Wawrinka at Melbourne Park.

Kyrie Irving reveals he called LeBron this week to apologise, dominates Raptors in thriller

Steph Curry, meanwhile, set a new NBA record last night.

Kane injury cannot be excuse for Tottenham - Pochettino

Harry Kane is expected to be absent until March after damaging ankle ligaments in Tottenham’s defeat to Manchester United.

Leinster openside Van der Flier in impressive form as Six Nations looms VDF

Leinster openside Van der Flier in impressive form as Six Nations looms

The 25-year-old is looking likely to be wearing Ireland’s seven shirt on 2 February.

Ronaldo: Supercoppa triumph just the start for Juve CR7

Ronaldo: Supercoppa triumph just the start for Juve

Juventus won the Supercoppa Italiana in Jeddah and match-winner Cristiano Ronaldo is hungry for more trophies.

Yesterday’s News

Ireland's Keogh scores the winning penalty as Derby dump out Southampton

Frank Lampard’s side prevailed 5-3 on penalties.

Isco gets rare start while Madrid advance in Copa del Rey despite defeat

Martin Braithwaite gave Leganes victory over Real Madrid but it was not enough to cause a Copa del Rey upset for the second year running.

The West reawakens, 'unlucky' Byrne misses out and Schmidt's 30 reserves

Joe Schmidt admitted Ross Byrne’s omission was ‘an incredibly tight call’, while Ultan Dillane will be looking to make up for lost time in Irish green.

UCC put 7-26 past Athlone IT with David Clifford's brother Paudie bagging hat-trick

The Cork side made light work of their opponents in the Mardyke.

Clare forward Sexton hits 1-10 as UL squeeze past DIT in Sigerson Cup

University of Limerick are into round three of the third-level competition.

Henry-Vieira reunion ends in stalemate as Arsenal and French legends' sides clash in Ligue 1

Monaco and Nice’s meeting ended in a controversy-laden 1-1 draw on the Cote d’Azur.

Ronaldo wins first trophy at Juventus as his goal seals Italian Super Cup against AC Milan Super Cr7 This post contains videos

Ronaldo wins first trophy at Juventus as his goal seals Italian Super Cup against AC Milan

Juventus wrote history in Saudi Arabia and will return to Turin with the Supercoppa Italiana in tow.

Jim McGuinness: Dublin likely to be most affected by football's experimental rules

The only manager to win a Championship game against Jim Gavin believes the new rules could have a profound affect on the champions.

'They have two arms and two legs like I do' - Wylie on marking the game's best forwards

Monaghan defender Ryan Wylie held the likes of Paul Geaney and Lee Brennan scoreless last summer.

Jim McGuinness lands coup with appointment of ex-Athletic Bilbao coach as assistant

The ex-Donegal boss also gives his opinion on Marcelo Bielsa and Spygate.

Duffus open to League of Ireland return as Oldham absence continues

The former Republic of Ireland U21 striker was Waterford’s leading goalscorer during the 2018 season.

Bielsa admits to spying on all Leeds' opponents during bizarre press briefing

After facing criticism when a Leeds spy was caught outside Derby’s training ground, he’s revealed he has had every rival watched.

Apple's Jade 'very doubtful' to take a shot at Cheltenham Champion Hurdle

Gigginstown star’s next target will be the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown next month.

Late goal rescues victory for title holders as Kerry-Cork football semi-final ties in store in Munster

The quarter-finals of the Corn Uí Mhuirí took place in the province today.

James Rodriguez 'playing for his future' at Bayern Munich, says head coach

The Real Madrid loanee has impressed at the German club in spells but has been lacking in consistency.

'Whatever game is in front of us we have to go out and win - no matter what'

Galway forward Shane Walsh reflects on Galway’s 2018 campaign and looks ahead to the new season.

'He definitely has a good few years to offer Kerry yet' - Walsh's return to the Kingdom cause

Kieran Donaghy has backed his former attacking partner and AFL player Tommy Walsh to shine in 2019.

Griggs names 29-strong squad as Ireland's Six Nations preparations continue

Eight uncapped players are included for a warm-up game against Wales this weekend.

Chelsea holding up Batshuayi to Monaco move in hope of permanent sale

The Ligue 1 strugglers have agreed to take the Belgium striker on loan until the end of the season, but the Blues are not keen on a temporary deal.

Uncapped Connacht trio rewarded for fine form as Schmidt names Six Nations squad

Centre Tom Farrell and half-back pairing Caolin Blade and Jack Carty are in line to earn their first caps this spring.

Sadio Mané denies giving interview claiming Liverpool 'will be champions'

The bombastic quotes appeared in The Sun newspaper this morning.

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