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Today’s News

Gareth Bale defended after controversial 'Wales, golf, Madrid' celebration

The Real Madrid forward’s agent responded to criticism of the player.

Lille boss takes swipe at 'classy' Mourinho

Christophe Galtier was not pleased with the Portuguese manager for taking some of his coaches to Tottenham.

A first All-Star after 15 years of breaking scoring records, and ending 2019 on the highest of highs

Limerick star Niamh Mulcahy is in New York for the 2019 Camogie All-Star Tour, and returns home to marry a certain Clare legend.

'I'm not a wandering spirit at all'

Life in Dublin is ticking all the boxes for Leinster’s Scott Fardy.

'The time is right for me to step away' - Limerick All-Ireland winner retires after 11 years

30 and out: Paul Browne has called time on his inter-county career.

Diego Maradona returns as coach of Argentine club two days after leaving

‘Achieving political unity in the club’ appears to be the reason behind the dramatic U-turn.

'We actually live in county Galway' - no divided loyalties for Daly brothers ahead of Corofin clash

Padraig Pearses face four-in-a-row chasing Corofin in Sunday’s Connacht club SFC final.

No room for error this time as Clermont call to fortress Ravenhill

Dan McFarland’s men can take a clear lead in Pool 3.

Yesterday’s News

Double Olympic medalist Paddy Barnes hangs up his gloves

The Holy Family BC fighter secured bronze at the 2008 and 2012 Games.

Schmidt's book offers insight into coaching values but has few World Cup answers

Ordinary Joe includes some poignant human passages.

Lille confirm departure of two Portuguese coaches to join Mourinho at Spurs

Goalkeeping coach Nuno Santos was on the books with Benfica when Mourinho coached the Lisbon side.

German footballer given 3-year ban, his club a six-month suspension, after punching referee Red Mist This post contains videos

German footballer given 3-year ban, his club a six-month suspension, after punching referee

Officials feel the ban could well end up being a lifetime one.

Racing will hope their cultivated club mentality will help in their 'daunting' trip to Thomond Park Rugby Weekly This post contains videos

Racing will hope their cultivated club mentality will help in their 'daunting' trip to Thomond Park

Players at the Parisienne club have bought into the jersey, which might bring some consistency back when they need it.

Franco Smith to take over as Italy's interim head coach for Six Nations

The South African will take over from Conor O’Shea, who stood down over the weekend.

Athletics Integrity Unit charge Russia over high-jumper no-show for out of competition tests

Danil Lysenko medalled at the outdoor and indoor world championships in 2017 and 2018.

Solskjaer is best man for United job, says Rashford amid Pochettino links

The former Tottenham manager has been linked with taking over at Old Trafford, but the striker sees no need for a change.

Mourinho comes out smiling as he vows to make Spurs title challengers next season

Jose calls his players ‘a gift’ and says the won’t make the same mistakes as he did in previous jobs.

Xhaka feels ready for Arsenal comeback, says boss Emery

The now-former club captain hasn’t played for the club since he swore at barracking fans in October.

Brighton hopeful of having Connolly back for Liverpool trip

The Irish forward missed the recent internationals and won’t be fit to play against Leicester City on Saturday.

Stunning final-hole eagle sees McIlroy make flying start in Dubai Grand Finish This post contains videos

Stunning final-hole eagle sees McIlroy make flying start in Dubai

He lies a shot behind leader Mike Lorenzo-Vera at the DP World Tour Championship.

Moore puts pen to paper on new Ulster contract

The prop is staying at the province until the summer of 2022.

Mulligan takes on role with Leitrim minors as hurlers still on hunt for new boss

Emlyn Mulligan joins Benny Guckian’s backroom team as a selector.

'He's on the same level as Jack Byrne' - Dundalk's new signing is one to watch out for

Veteran team-mate Michael Doyle hails playmaker’s talents but insists he must meet standards of League of Ireland champions.

From TheJournal.ie Some of Graham Geraghty's stolen GAA medals have been recovered Meath

Some of Graham Geraghty's stolen GAA medals have been recovered

The medals were stolen from the Meath legend’s home last week.

Former All Black sees Leinster visit as a chance for Lyon to prove their European pedigree

The sides meet in the Heineken Champions Cup on Saturday.

Neck injury rules Costa out for three months

Blow for Atletico’s La Liga hopes as striker set to miss crucial Barcelona clash.

Ireland defender Chloe Mustaki joins Charlton Athletic

The former Shelbourne player recently received her first senior international call-up from Vera Pauw.

'I was really wondering would it ever happen' - From Munster bridesmaids to defending champions

Shane O’Sullivan’s Ballygunner face Borris-Ileigh in Sunday’s Munster club hurling final.

'Disrespectful, ungrateful' – Bale slammed by Spanish press over 'Wales, golf, Madrid' banner

The player’s perception in Madrid has now fallen to all-time low.

McFarland makes changes to Ulster team for visit of Clermont

The head coach has brought in four new faces from the team that beat Bath last Saturday.

AC Milan offer Ibrahimovic six-month deal - reports

The Swedish striker has left MLS and may be returning to one of his former clubs.

Schmidt says worry about ban led to Toner's World Cup exclusion

The former Ireland head coach has released a book entitled Ordinary Joe.

Former Scotland and Lions prop Tom Smith reveals cancer battle

‘I’ve faced some tough opponents, and the least you can do is fight. So let’s fight.’

No late moving of goalposts as Uefa confirm Slovakia as Ireland's play-off opponents

It was thought that the governing body might change their own rules to make it easier for Ireland to qualify for Euro 2020 as co-hosts, but that hasn’t happened.

Keown urges Arsenal pounce on Poch 'if they want to take a step forward'

The former Gunners defender is keen on Mauricio Pochettino, who was sacked by Tottenham this week.

'We believe he can become a real star' - Dundalk sign former Man City youngster

Creative midfielder Will Patching moves to the League of Ireland after a spell with Notts County.

'We never went after the female tag at all, we actually went after the game'

A fascinating in-depth chat with Dublin three-in-a-row All-Ireland winning manager Mick Bohan.

No Rio Olympics referees or judges will be used at Tokyo 2020

Michael Conlan was on the wrong end of a controversial decision in the 2016 Olympics.

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