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Dublin: 18 °C Tuesday 11 August, 2020

Today’s News

AC Milan legend leaves China role following dreadful run

Roberto Donadoni oversaw only two wins in 14 matches.

Ex-Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge keen on Premier League return

The star has based himself in Los Angeles to continue his training.

British number one suffers heart palpitations in defeat

Johanna Konta needed a medical timeout as doctors checked her pulse and blood pressure.

Tottenham land Saints star in reported €16.6 million deal

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has signed on a five-year contract.

Liverpool-linked Thiago set to leave but Bayern 'cautiously optimistic' of keeping Alaba

Alcantara, 29, has long since signalled to the club that he wants to leave.

Jermaine Jenas reveals struggle with ‘imposter syndrome’ during England career

The former star won 21 caps for his country and was included in Sven-Goran Eriksson’s 2006 World Cup squad.

The manager you don’t know from the club you might have forgotten

Conan Byrne catches up with Adrian Carberry to discuss the league and taking a risk with Athlone Town.

Reigning champion Judd Trump knocked out of World Championship

He became the 18th victim of the so-called ‘Crucible Curse’.

Linfield's Champions League tie today postponed due to 'Covid-19 issues'

The news was confirmed less than two hours before the scheduled kick-off time.

Three Scottish Premiership fixtures postponed as Celtic condemn defender's Spain trip

Celtic were due to face Aberdeen this weekend, who had their own breaches of protocol.

Cricket Ireland to stage North v South matches for developing talent

Stephen Doheny and Shane Getkate will skipper the sides for matches taking place over the next week.

'I was questioning myself' - Selby regains his confidence to book Crucible semi-final spot

The three-time world champion saw off Neil Robertson in today’s quarter-final.

Ireland's Grand Slam-winning coach Doyle won't return to Scotland job due to Covid-19 risks

Assistant coach Bryan Easson will step into the role for the remaining Six Nations matches and the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

Argentina's most-capped player Creevy joins London Irish

The 35-year-old hooker, a former Pumas captain, was sold on the move after speaking to Declan Kidney.

'Lockdown has only done him good': Sexton hitting form for Leinster

Stuart Lancaster can’t hide his interest in coaching the Lions and his out-half is showing no signs of easing up his chase for a spot on the tour either.

Leeds win race to sign highly sought-after Belfast teenager

Midfielder Charlie Allen made his senior debut for Linfield at the age of 15.

Hip surgery to keep Iain Henderson out beyond Ulster's Champions Cup quarter

Henderson joins Leinster’s James Ryan as recovering second row options for Ireland’s big autumn schedule.

Stade Francais in quarantine due to virus cases

25 individuals from the Parisian outfit have contracted the virus after returning from a pre-season camp.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer determined to make it third time lucky for United in semis

The Red Devils have already fallen in the final four of the Carabao Cup and FA Cup.

Kyle Kuzma drains last-second shot to push Lakers past Nuggets

The two sides traded blows until the 25-year-old stepped up.

Lancaster would relish facing Crusaders after in-depth discussions with Super Rugby champs

The Leinster senior coach took great interest in finding out how the best team in the southern hemisphere would target the Pro14 champions.

Westmeath clubs told that coaches from lockdown counties should stay away

‘We reminded our clubs on Saturday morning that individuals had personal responsibility towards where they are and where they live.’

Yesterday’s News

Man Utd need extra-time penalty from Fernandes to edge past Copenhagen

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side advanced to the Europa League semi-finals.

Lukaku leads Inter Milan into Europa League semi-finals

Antonio Conte’s side will take on Shakhtar Donetsk or Basel in the last four.

St Pat's fall to Finn Harps in FAI Cup

Ryan Connolly’s early goal was the difference in Donegal.

Liverpool confirm signing of Olympiacos defender Kostas Tsimikas

The Reds have turned to the Greek after walking away from a deal for Norwich left-back Jamal Lewis.

Clubs in Limerick and Roscommon suspend activities over Covid-19 fears

Claughaun and Strokestown are the affected clubs.

'A club of Rangers’ size and stature can’t go 10 years without winning the league'

A warning for Steven Gerrard’s side from former Rangers star Mark Walters.

Live TV coverage of two games as Kerry county senior championship opening round fixtures announced

The first of the knockout battles takes place on Friday, 21 August.

Doubts persist over inter-county season on sobering week for GAA

The GAA have informed clubs in Kildare, Offaly and Laois that outdoor facilities can re-open for training.

Sancho's Dortmund departure categorically ruled out despite talk of United move

Sancho travelled with the German team to their pre-season training camp today.

Tributes paid after death of Tipperary All-Ireland winning hurler and coach RIP

Tributes paid after death of Tipperary All-Ireland winning hurler and coach

1965 All-Ireland champion Paddy Doyle helped Borris-Ileigh to national club glory in 1987.

What impact will GAA shutdown have on Kildare, Laois and Offaly club schedules?

What impact will GAA shutdown have on Kildare, Laois and Offaly club schedules?

Action in the three counties was brought to a halt last Friday.

Covid-postponed clash between Sligo and Waterford rearranged LOI

Covid-postponed clash between Sligo and Waterford rearranged

The game didn’t go ahead as planned last week as Waterford reported a suspected case of the virus, which has since returned a negative test result.

Setback for Tadhg Beirne as De Allende, Kleyn and Kilcoyne ramp up for Munster's restart

Munster will hope to hit the ground running when they face Leinster at the Aviva.

Good result for Irish duo O'Connor and Tuohy as Geelong jump to third in AFL

The Kerry and Laois natives featured in Geelong’s 59-point win over St Kilda.

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