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Dublin: 2°C Thursday 26 November 2020

Today’s News

Cork GAA unveils new commercial programme with aim to generate over €20 million in revenue

One Cork amalgamates the organisations of the Cork county board, the Páirc Uí Chaoimh stadium board and Cairde Chorcaí.

All Blacks shuffle pack while Argentina make 10 changes to side

If the All Blacks fail to win on Saturday against the Pumas, they will become the first New Zealand team to lose three in a row since 1998.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp refuses to make excuses for shock defeat to Atalanta

Josip Ilicic and Robin Gosens netted for the Italian side.

'The whole community is in shock...but Maradona will live forever'

Fabian Costello is a former Argentine footballer now living in Cork, and he talks to The42 about the sad death and enduring legacy of Diego Maradona.

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Ireland captain McCabe: 'I had a few sleepless nights over it. It hurt for a while'

The Arsenal star on the past, present and future for this Irish team – and women’s football on these shores – ahead of the Germany showdown.

Filippo Giovagnoli banned from touchline for tonight's Europa League game with Rapid Vienna

Dundalk host the Austrian side at the Aviva Stadium tonight.

'Anyone who watches Ulster knows that Billy has variety in his kicking game'

Billy Burns made an impact during his cameo off the bench last weekend in Twickenham.

Breakdown problems high on Ireland's agenda ahead of Georgia clash

England dominated in this area last weekend at Twickenham.

Ireland welcome return of 'unbelievable' throw-in specialist ahead of Long shot against Germany

Manchester City star Megan Campbell has endured a torrid time with injury, but could make her international comeback next week.

Munster's Beirne out to give Ireland boss Farrell a selection headache

The Kildare man hasn’t started over the last two weekends of the Autumn Nations Cup.

Yesterday’s News

Millwall boss praises 'excellent' Parrott after Irish youngster makes full debut

The first league start of Troy Parrott’s club career came in Millwall’s Championship clash with Reading tonight.

Holders Bayern reach Champions League last 16 as Atleti's qualification hopes in doubt

Meanwhile, Real Madrid go back on track with a win over 10-man Inter and Marseille slumped to a record 13th straight Champions League defeat.

Sligo book FAI Cup semi-final date with Shamrock Rovers after shoot-out win

The Bit O’Red beat Derry City on penalties at The Showgrounds.

Lacklustre Liverpool suffer shock Champions League defeat at Anfield

The Reds were beaten at home by an Atalanta side they defeated 5-0 in Italy three weeks ago.

Tyrone appoint Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher to take charge of senior side

The pair will succeed Mickey Harte for a three-year term.

Champagne Football claims Sports Book of the Year award

The books tells the story of the Football Association of Ireland’s demise under John Delaney’s stewardship.

Business done early as Bohemians re-sign 12 players for next season

The club announced the news this evening.

Manchester City maintain 100% record to advance to Champions League last 16

A one-goal margin of victory was scant reward for the visitors’ dominance, even with a heavily-rotated side.

The legacy of Diego Maradona

Maradona embodied so much of his people and his country that he elevated football to beyond just a game and the World Cup to a level it will perhaps never again reach.

Neil Lennon defends managerial record as Celtic fans call for him to go

A banner held up outside Celtic Park by the Green Brigade today read: ‘Save the ten – time to go, Neil.’

'Thank you for everything' - football figures around the world pay tribute to Maradona

The football icon has passed away at the age of 60.

McCloskey impatient to get Ireland career going again with cap number four

The Ulster centre hasn’t played Test rugby since November 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Argentina football great Diego Maradona has died aged 60 RIP

Argentina football great Diego Maradona has died aged 60

  • A spokesman confirmed the news this evening.
  • He played for the likes of Napoli and Barcelona before hanging up his boots in 1997.

'He was in the warm-up throwing sliotars to me' - injured captain still at the heart of Déise cause

Stephen Bennett says Pauric Mahony has been a huge help to him with free-taking duties.

Cavan happy to play in Croke Park for All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin

There had been suggestions the game should be played at a neutral venue.

'It's something I've enjoyed, but Johnny is team captain' - James Ryan

The 24-year-old will captain Ireland again this weekend versus Georgia.

Ibrahimovic drops Sweden return hint ahead of Euros

The 39-year-old striker retired from international duty after Euro 2016.

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Stuart Bingham makes UK Championships' second 147 in 24 hours

It comes a day after Kyren Wilson’s maximum break in Milton Keynes.

Golovkin to defend IBF title against unbeaten Szeremeta next month

The middleweight bout will take place in Florida a day before Canelo Alvarez makes his return against Britain’s Callum Smith.

Dundalk's Jordan Flores shortlisted for prestigious Fifa Puskas Award Jordan Rules This post contains videos

Dundalk's Jordan Flores shortlisted for prestigious Fifa Puskas Award

League of Ireland wonderstrike is one of 11 contenders for the global goal of the year prize.

Bielsa and Klopp shortlisted for Fifa's men’s coach of the year award

The winners will be announced at The Best Fifa Football Awards on 17 December.

'It was because I was absolutely gutted' - Fennelly explains reaction to substitution

The Kilkenny captain says he doesn’t dwell on what others read about his response to being taken off against Galway.

Horan: 'Outrageous' not to allow full panel into games and players 'are being taken for granted'

The Mayo manager also admitted his surprise at Mickey Harte’s decision to take over Louth.

Lancaster backs Ryan and Ireland to learn from tough day in Twickenham

‘He’ll be very reflective but he’ll move on very quickly. He’s very level-headed’

'I'd love to see her stay, as a player myself' - backing for Ireland boss Pauw with future in the air

Denise O’Sullivan on hopes for the Dutch manager’s future as well as her own, and facing Germany next week.

Easterby and Ireland set about fixing their lineout and maul problems

Missed lineouts and missed maul chances were the story of the day at Twickenham last weekend.

'A betting man wouldn’t put their house on us, but stranger things have happened. Just look at the GAA'

Ireland and FC Köln’s Donegal-born striker Amber Barrett takes inspiration from elsewhere ahead of her German reunion.

Connacht's 21-year-old scrum-half Colm Reilly impresses in Italy

Head coach Andy Friend is pleased to see some young players coming through.

Tuesday 24 November, 2020

Nervy PSG hold on for crucial win to ignite Champions League campaign

A Neymar penalty was enough for the French capital club to steal a march on Leipzig ahead of next week’s trip to Old Trafford.

Ten-man Norwich fend off Stoke fightback to stay top, while Bournemouth keep pace in second

The top two pulled further clear in the promotion chase following their respective relegations from the Premier League last season.

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