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# New Job
Andy Reid steps down as Ireland U18s head coach to take role at Nottingham Forest
The Dubliner thanked the FAI for the opportunity as he prepares for a fresh challenge with his former club.
# keeping it local
Ex-Nottingham Forest defender takes local club to the promised land after being given 48 hours to live
With a team largely made up of players from the area, Keith Foy has turned Kilnamanagh’s fortunes around since returning to his former side three years ago.
# double signing
Shamrock Rovers sign ex-Burnley midfielder McCann and Dundalk defender Hoare
The Premier Division champions have added to their squad for 2021.
# recognised
Last year's winner Byrne up for PFAI Player of the Year with Lopes and Grant
Bohs winger Danny Grant has also been nominated for the Young Player of the Year award alongside team-mate Dawson Devoy and Brandon Kavanagh of Shamrock Rovers.
# Missing Out
Bradley banned from touchline for FAI Cup semi-final - and the final if Shamrock Rovers progress
The Hoops boss was sent to the stands in the league win over Shelbourne earlier this month.
# Round 8
Leinster's Pro14 trip postponed after Scarlets camp hit with Covid-19 cases
The game was scheduled to take place in Llanelli on Sunday, but will now have to be played in early 2021.
# Across the liffey
Experienced goalkeeper Clarke ends third spell with St Patrick's Athletic to join Shelbourne
Shels boss Ian Morris is hoping his latest acquisition can help them make an immediate return to the top flight next season.
# football education
QPR looking to send Ireland U21 defender Masterson out on loan
The former Liverpool academy player needs regular first-team football, according to manager Mark Warburton.
# close contacts
'It's a very big worry' - Ireland women's squad affected by Covid-19 ahead of Germany qualifier
While none of Vera Pauw’s squad have tested positive for coronavirus yet, a number have been ruled out of the final group game.
# outcast
New Sheffield Wednesday boss Pulis brings Irish 'keeper Westwood in from the cold after a year without football
The 36-year-old returned to first-team training yesterday and has been labelled ‘one the best goalkeepers in the Championship’ by his manager.
# Coronavirus
Another setback for Ireland as Browne tests positive for Covid-19
The FAI say that there have been no close contacts with the Preston North End midfielder and the rest of the squad and staff have produced negative results.
# Boxing
Ex-world champion Frampton settles legal dispute with former manager McGuigan
Both parties have welcomed the terms of the confidential settlement.
# Sidelined
Rotherham's Irish winger Sadlier out for at least three months due to ankle injury
The former Cork City star joins Chiedozie Ogbene on the Championship club’s treatment table.
# Benno
'You took a country boy from Ballinora and showed him the world' - Cork City legend Bennett retires
The 39-year-old defender won two Premier Division titles and two FAI Cup with his hometown club.
# Calling Time
Veteran League of Ireland striker Faherty retires after 14 seasons
The 33-year-old enjoyed spells at Galway United, St Patrick’s Athletic, Dundalk, Limerick and Sligo Rovers among others.
# u18s
Ireland underage midfielder Hodge wins FA Youth Cup with Man City
A 3-2 victory over Chelsea saw City claim the competition for the first time since 2008.
# Discussions
Mick McCarthy in line to take over at Cypriot side APOEL
The 61-year-old has been out of work since parting ways with the FAI in April.
# Drama
Wexford win appeal over fielding ineligible player, Galway United replace Cabinteely in play-offs
Pat Devlin’s side are set to lose out after today’s decision.
# Covid-19
Golf clubs to close under Level 5 restrictions
The GUI and ILGU say they have sought clarity over whether driving ranges and practice facilities can remain open for exempted activities.
# Recommended Reading
Champagne Football among six-strong shortlist for Sports Book of the Year
The42′s Niall Kelly has also been nominated for his work on Barry Geraghty’s autobiography ‘True Colours’.
# Poll
Who will win this season's Champions League?
Europe’s elite club competition returns to our screens this evening.
# New Jobs
Ex-Ireland internationals Reid and Colgan join Hughton on Nottingham Forest coaching team
The pair have been added to the Championship club’s backroom staff.
# Team news
Ireland U21s name strong starting XI as Smallbone handed debut
Southampton striker Michael Obafemi starts up front as Jim Crawford’s side face into a massive qualifier against Italy in Pisa.
# Antrim GAA
Decision to recommend planning approval for 34,000-seater stadium at Casement Park announced
It is a significant step in the redevelopment of the Belfast ground, says Northern Ireland’s infrastructure minister Nichola Mallon.
# trailer
'He's not the same Jack' - New film explores Charlton's life and final years with dementia
Directed by Gabriel Clarke and Pete Thomas, ‘Finding Jack Charlton’ is set for release next month.
# replacements
Idah returns following HSE clearance as five players called up to Ireland squad
Aaron Connolly won’t be back for the trip to Finland, but Dara O’Shea, Jason Knight, Ryan Manning and Ronan Curtis will travel.
# downhill
'I don't think it's sunk in fully yet' - Ireland's Oisin O'Callaghan wins world junior mountain biking title
The Limerick teenager claimed Ireland’s first-ever Downhill world title in Salzburg today.
# Stalemate
'It's the same old story, in that we haven't finished our chances' - Duffy
The Ireland captain says their depleted Ireland squad had to dig deep to earn a 0-0 draw against Wales at the Aviva Stadium.
# Short Stay
Lisa Fallon steps down from English Championship job after five months in charge
The Dubliner has left her role as head coach of the London City Lionesses due to family reasons.
# 23-man
Byrne included in Ireland's matchday squad, Long and Cullen left out
Tonight sees the Boys in Green face Slovakia in a one-legged Euro 2020 play-off.
# Top Job
Joe Schmidt appointed World Rugby Director of Rugby and High Performance
The former Ireland head coach will begin his new role next month.
# mon the town
Dundalk's Europa League group matches to be shown on free-to-air TV by Virgin Media
The Lilywhites are set to take on Arsenal, Rapid Vienna and Molde, while Celtic have been drawn in the same group as AC Milan.
# A step backwards
How does moving into Level 3 affect sport in Dublin?
New restrictions for Dublin will take effect from midnight tonight.
# what a coup
Liverpool agree fee with Bayern Munich for Thiago Alcantara - report
The Premier League champions will pay €30 million for the Spanish midfielder’s services.
# swapping clubs
Ireland forward Robinson joins West Brom as Burke moves to Blades in exchange deal
The 25-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at The Hawthorns, helping the Baggies clinch Premier League promotion.
'We can almost consider him British' - Bradley Wiggins attempts to claim Ireland's Sam Bennett
No, you absolutely cannot.
# Reunited
Quinton Fortune leaves Man United to become Reading coach alongside John O'Shea
The South African had been working with the Premier League club’s U23s.
# welling up
'Sorry, I don't mean to be a cry baby' - Bennett's emotional interview after Tour de France stage win
There were teary eyes as the Irish rider got to grips with his historic achievement.
# looking ahead
Celtic, Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers discover opponents for Europa League third qualifying round
The Scottish champions face a trip to Latvia or San Marino, while the League of Ireland sides must first come through second qualifying round ties.
# windfall
Doherty completes Tottenham move as Bohemians set to land massive payday
The 28-year-old Dubiner has signed a contract that will keep him at the club until 2024.