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Today’s News

Ruthless Man City spoil Liverpool's title party

It is just the Reds’ second defeat of the season, with their opponents consolidating the runners-up spot in the table.

FAI board approves format for League of Ireland restart on 31 July

Some Premier Division clubs were against the relegation plans in particular.

Late, late winner in relegation battle seals Hull's first victory since New Year's Day

Mallik Wilks was the hero as the Tigers leapfrogged Middlesbrough to safety in the Championship table.

Big win for Sheffield United as Tottenham's Champions League hopes fade

Sander Berge, Lys Mousset and Oli McBurnie got the goals for the Blades.

LIVE: Man City v Liverpool, Premier League

Liverpool face Man City, as the Reds aim to build on a historic season.

The Dubliner targeting a 38-year-old Irish record in a second chance at elite athletics

Irish middle-distance runner Andrew Coscoran has learned some important life lessons.

Forced into early exit but Dowling still packed plenty into big Limerick hurling days

Shane Dowling announced his retirement from Limerick today at the age of 27 due to injury.

Brad Barritt insists time at Saracens has not been tarnished

Barritt won five Premiership and three European titles during his Saracens career.

'Joey is still the key man. If Joey gets fit, then there's a lot you can do'

Bernard Jackman says the out-half can help get the best out of Munster’s new signings.

'We went into the dressing room and Roy Keane was screaming at him'

Former Manchester United player, Eric Djemba-Djemba, tells the story of Roy Keane’s row with Kleberson.

The Ultimate 90s Football Quiz – Part 1

Put your retro football knowledge to the test while The Fresh Prince of Bel Air is on an ad break.

If Klopp shops smart this summer then Liverpool will dominate the decade

Manchester City will bounce back while Chelsea are also showing signs of a revival but so long as Klopp learns lessons from the past then Liverpool will win more titles.

Novak Djokovic and his wife test negative for coronavirus

The couple had been self isolating since returning to Belgrade from Zadar in Croatia.

'Several players' pull out of this year's World Snooker Championship over health concerns

None of those who have opted against travelling to the UK are understood to be in the current world top 16, however.

'He decided to leave' - Guardiola rules out Man City return for in-demand Sancho

One of England’s most talented young players joined Borussia Dortmund at 17, and won’t replace the departing Leroy Sane this summer.

Aidan O'Brien fields six-strong challenge for Epsom Derby

The Irish trainer is bidding for a record eighth English Derby success on Saturday.

TG4 announces details for first live broadcasts of GAA club championship

St Martin’s v Oulart-the-Ballagh will kick things off on 17 July.

'I still hardly believe this is happening': Limerick star Shane Dowling forced to retire aged 27

Dowling has had three surgeries on knee injury suffered in 2017.

O'Hara vows to embrace 'new challenges' after eight-year spell at Manchester United

The Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper has commented on his departure from his boyhood club.

Ex-Ireland coach Simmons gets West Indies backing after facing sack calls for attending funeral

Simmons, who was Ireland boss for eight years from 2007, has twice tested negative for the coronavirus.

Klopp forecasts four-team Premier League title race next season

Tonight’s result at the Etihad Stadium won’t matter as a marker for next season, says the Liverpool boss.

'Deflating,' 'disappointing' and 'step backward' - London hit out after All-Ireland championship exclusion

Exiles boss Paddy Bowles and player Niamh Lister discuss the situation with The42 as they call on the LGFA to ‘reconsider the decision.’

'I walked out of the house to where my van was parked. I put three massive dents in the side of it'

Read an extract from Tai Woffinden’s ‘Raw Speed’.

Yesterday’s News

West Ham strike late to boost survival hopes and dent Chelsea’s top four tilt

Yarmolenko’s dramatic winner meant West Ham completed an unlikely double over the Blues this season.

LOI restart saga takes another twist as Premier clubs call for investigation into relegation decision

The FAI board will now review the restarted league format that they announced yesterday.

Rooney hits brilliant free-kick in Derby win and West Brom close in on Leeds at the top

A 1-0 win for Derby over Preston at Deepdale.

Former Leinster star Noel Reid and Manu Tuilagi among players to leave Leicester

A number of the club’s stars were involved in a contract stand-off.

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A €120 million mistake? Griezmann struggles to adapt to life at Barca

Barcelona’s hopes of retaining the Spanish title look to be slipping away.

Champions set for repeat of 2019 fixtures as Clare senior draws are made

Davy Fitzgerald’s Sixmilebridge will take on Éire Óg in their senior hurling opener.

'I said to myself if I’m here next year at the end of this, I’m going change up this thing radically'

Derek McGrath is this week’s guest on the How To Win At Dominoes podcast.

'Mam is from Kilkenny and Dad is from Sudan. I'm sure they got comments when they got together in the 90s'

Nadia Power says she hopes people are more educated about racism in Ireland.

Aubameyang makes history as Arsenal maintain European ambitions

Currently bottom of the table, the loss edges Norwich closer to relegation.

Leicester's top-four hopes hit by Everton loss

A Richarlison goal and a Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty meant the Toffees were two goals to the good on 16 minutes.

Munster changes, the trophy hunt, Ireland's hurt - O'Mahony refreshed for rugby return

The 30-year-old feels he has benefitted from the lockdown.

'It takes away from your focus' - Coghlan on the potential cost of protesting for Olympic athletes

The International Olympic Committee bans athletes from protesting at the Games.

'Utterly wrong’ - call for player insurance if GAA county training takes place before September start date

The Gaelic Players Association have again called for players knocked out early from club championships to be allowed return to county training.

Republic of Ireland international Jarrett signs new contract with Brighton

The 25-year-old initially joined the English club in January.

Still no agreement reached in IRFU discussions with players over salary cuts

The two parties are now due to meet again later this week.

Ireland's Jeff Hendrick bids farewell to Burnley as AC Milan speculation mounts

The Dubliner is a free agent after his Clarets contract expired yesterday.

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