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Today’s News

'What the f*ck?' - Inter midfielder bristles at Champions League question during press conference

The Croatia international was heard swearing under his breath.

Fred vows to live up to £52.5m price tag after struggling in 'difficult' first season at Man United

The Brazilian midfielder insists him and his family have settled well, but admitted that the Premier League is far more difficult than its Ukrainian equivalent.

Excitement to see an old team-mate take over Galway, saving the day for Corofin and 'football is just a game'

Gary Sice was the All-Ireland champions’ last-gasp hero on Sunday – but there’s more than that to discuss.

Pound-for-pound rival and potential foe joins Katie Taylor in Hearn's promotional stable

Cecilia Braekhus [35-0, 9KOs] has signed a multi-fight deal with the English promoter.

Court asks if Beckenbauer is fit to face trial over alleged corruption in '06 World Cup bid

The Swiss Public Prosecutor’s Office is investigating if Germany football officials used a secret slush fund to buy votes.

'John McEntee is a legend in our club, he has captained Cross to an All Ireland title'

Crossmaglen will come up against their former player and manager in the Ulster SFC club quarter-final on 2 November.

We have a new book! Our brand-new collection of great Irish sports stories is out now

Behind the Lines, No. 3, features 17 great stories from across the world of Irish sport.

Irish striker Parrott bags four goals for Spurs in the Uefa Youth League Sharp Shooter This post contains videos

Irish striker Parrott bags four goals for Spurs in the Uefa Youth League

The U21 international was in clinical form against Red Star Belgrade today.

Who should succeed Rory Best as Ireland captain? Looking To The Future This post contains a poll

Who should succeed Rory Best as Ireland captain?

Murray Kinsella sees James Ryan as a future Ireland skipper, but perhaps not one for the immediate future.

Champions Cup blow for Ulster as Lowry out for 6-8 weeks

Ulster back Michael Lowry is set to miss a string of key games after undergoing ankle surgery.

Oisin Murphy's Champion Jockey win a testament to his talent and work ethic

The 24-year-old Kerry native joined a long list of racing’s greats at Ascot on Saturday, writes Donn McClean.

Wales wary of explosive Kolbe and Boks' 'blowtorch speed' out wide

Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards also lauded the ongoing class of Alun Wyn Jones.

'A lot of people talk a lot of bull****' - Arsenal captain hits back at critics after Blades defeat

The Gunners went down 1-0 away at Bramall Lane last night.

High Court to determine if the FAI can claim privilege on two more documents

The ODCE has made an application to assess if the material is legally privileged as part of its investigation into Irish football’s governing body.

All-Ireland winners set for roles as Cork finalise hurling backroom team

Pat Mulcahy and Brian Corcoran are reported to be involved with Kieran Kingston’s side.

Rivalries renewed on jam-packed weekend with plenty of provincial silverware up for grabs

The four senior provincial champions will be crowned on Sunday.

Study that finds footballers are three-and-a-half times more likely to die from dementia '15 years too late'

Ex-Celtic and England striker Chris Sutton has expressed his anger after the report’s release yesterday.

Six Nations needs to 'think about the game rather than themselves' - Hansen

The All Blacks boss was disappointed World Rugby’s proposed Nations Championship was shot down.

Episode 8 of the Behind The Lines podcast - featuring Michael Moynihan - is out now

The Irish Examiner columnist joins us on the latest edition of our sportswriting show.

'We made a massive mistake' - Carragher apologises to Evra over Liverpool's Suarez t-shirts Ill-judged This post contains videos

'We made a massive mistake' - Carragher apologises to Evra over Liverpool's Suarez t-shirts

The former Liverpool defender said sorry to the ex-Man United full-back on Monday Night Football over the 2011 incident.

Here are the 6 nominations for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year

Donald McRae, Rick Reilly and Duncan Hamilton are amongst the authors with books nominated.

Derek McGrath's Waterford hurling trainer takes charge of Déise camogie side

Fergal O’Brien will hope to bring the rising side forward in 2020.

'Rassie has made a massive difference' - How Erasmus turned the Boks around

The former Munster head coach has overseen South Africa’s transformation into World Cup contenders.

Jones claims England were spied on and calls Kiwi media 'fans with keyboards'

The England boss said all the pressure is on New Zealand ahead of Saturday’s World Cup semi-final.

'That was brutal' - Unbeaten Patriots thrash Jets for seventh straight win MNF This post contains videos

'That was brutal' - Unbeaten Patriots thrash Jets for seventh straight win

The New York Jets fell to a resounding 33-0 loss to the Patriots, with Bill Belichick’s defense on fire.

Cullen: World Cup quarter-final exit won't tarnish Schmidt's legacy in Ireland

Leo Cullen was a mainstay in the Leinster team during the New Zealander’s time in charge of the province.

Gatland aims for World Cup glory after Wales play 'get-out-of-jail card'

This World Cup is Gatland’s final campaign before heading home to New Zealand for a new job with the Chiefs.

Peyper apologies for 'inappropriate' photo as Owens and Garcès get semi-finals

The South African referee was not considered for selection this weekend.

Yesterday’s News

Young Pelicans star Zion Williamson out for up to eight weeks following knee surgery NBA

Young Pelicans star Zion Williamson out for up to eight weeks following knee surgery

The New Orleans Pelicans announced that Williamson, the first overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, had knee surgery on Monday.

Modric and Neymar miss out on Ballon D'Or shortlist

Megan Rapinoe is the favourite to win the women’s award.

Sheffield United end Arsenal's eight-match unbeaten run

Sheffield United beat Arsenal 1-0 at Bramall Lane, with Lys Mousset scoring the only goal of the game.

New Tier 2 football championship leaves more questions than answers

The real work starts now for the GAA in selling it properly.

'I'm going to show everyone what I can do' - Greenwood on signing first professional contract

He is tipped to be a star of the future and Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is keen to show the world just how good he is.

Nike's groundbreaking project shut down in disgrace

The fallout from the Alberto Salazar controversy continues.

Lohan and Mulqueen to battle it out for Clare hurling job as drawn out saga nears end

The Banner are looking to replace outgoing joint-bosses Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor.

Trippier: Diego Costa calls me 'Rooney' 10 times a day

The England international has opened up on his summer move to Atletico and how he has adapted to life in the Spanish capital.

'I'm not going to say it doesn't bother me because it does' - Zidane wary of Mourinho speculation

Real Madrid have won just four of their last 10 matches in all competitions.

Over one million people tune in for Ireland's Rugby World Cup quarter-final with the All Blacks

An average audience of 766,300 viewed the match on RTÉ2.

'I just lost control' - Vahaamahina announces international retirement after World Cup dismissal

The France lock was sent off in the 49th minute of their quarter-final defeat to Wales yesterday.

'The top brass wanted to get this in as soon as possible' - Criticism for Tier 2 All-Ireland SFC

The new competition was approved at Special Congress over the weekend.

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