All time
# so many questions
What impact will Brexit have on the Premier League?
Today’s result will probably necessitate a change to the inner-workings of Britain’s current football system.
# l'enfant terrible
Cantona: The madness of the King
On Eric Cantona’s 50th birthday, we look back on that night at Selhurst Park and how it came to define him.
# beyond the mat
The murky wrestling underworld that Vince McMahon helped cultivate
Two years ago, the WWE chairman and CEO lost $350 million. Many would argue it was karma.
Galway-Mayo rivalry and Dublin aim to make amends: Allianz Football League talking points
Four huge games in store this weekend in Croke Park.
# rousers
Sex, drugs and...more drugs: 7 players who prove snooker is a bad-ass sport
Jimmy White’s recent revelations have caused a stir but the sport has seen its fair share of bad-boys.
# Brilliant Orange
'The Dutch team of 1974 is often compared to The Beatles with Johan Cruyff as John Lennon'
David Winner looks back on the genius of Cruyff and his role in the magnificent Dutch team of the 1970s.
# Okey doke
Remembering Billo: 'I'd hear a 'Thank you, Eoin' and get a chill'
Irish football fans felt the loss of an old friend in May.
# dub sub
'The sexual abuse was the underlying, emotional trigger': John Leonard on surviving
The former goalkeeper with the Dublin senior footballers has battled drink and drugs and lived dangerously close to the edge.
# Staying Up
Barring a small miracle, Sligo will retain top-flight status after a massive win in Inchicore
Dinny Corcoran grabbed a brace from the bench as St Pats suffered another disappointing result.
# Inspiration
Hanover 1994: the day Ireland went to Germany and won
Goals from Tony Cascarino and Gary Kelly gave Jack Charlton’s side a memorable victory ahead of the World Cup.
# Anniversary
Roland Ratzenberger: the tragedy Formula 1 forgot, after Senna
The Austrian died less than 24 hours before the Brazilian legend on the same track in Imola.
# legacy
Brian Clough and his effect on the Irish management team
On what would have been Clough’s 80th birthday, we examine the iconic manager’s influence on Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane.
# Shock
Shinji Kagawa's struggles continue as he misses decisive penalty in big Asian Cup upset
Japan, the reigning holders, suffered shoot-out defeat to United Arab Emirates.
# Magic of the Cup
Man Utd's expected line-up tonight cost £235.5m, Cambridge's didn't cost a penny
Nine of the home side’s predicted team tonight were free transfers while two players came through their academy.
# on the piste
Irish Olympic skier Kirsty McGarry wins the 'world's craziest race' in the Swiss Alps
Schilthorn is best-known as having served as a key location in the James Bond film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’.
# From the Archives
How many players do you remember from the last time Manchester United faced Cambridge?
The teams clashed in a two-legged League Cup tie in 1991.
# wednesday
We'll Leave It There So: A mixed day for Munster, 'famous Seamus' and all today's sport
Pat Lam delights everyone at Connacht while we welcome a special guest to the HQ.
# Analysis
3 talking points from Arsenal's win over Manchester City
The Gunner’s organisation and concentration was immense while Santi Cazorla was inspired.
# snake hips
Santi Cazorla REALLY enjoyed his assist for Arsenal's second goal
The Spaniard was in superb form and allowed himself a celebratory dance when Olivier Giroud made it 2-0.
Manchester City v Arsenal, Premier League
It was a juicy top-flight clash and we followed it every inch of the way.
# nice guys
Graeme Souness: 'Arsenal are a team of son-in-laws'
Sky Sports’ pundit attacks Arsene Wenger’s side for being too soft.
# Flashback
Chamakh, Squillaci & Djourou: the last Arsenal team to beat City in Manchester
Goals from Samir Nasri, Alex Song and Nicklas Bendtner secured a Gunners’ victory in October 2010.
# Interview
Graham Hunter: 'The only way a move can happen is if Lionel Messi says 'I want to leave''
The Spanish football expert believes no club can afford the Argentine’s buy-out clause.
# The Moyesiah
David Moyes is sent to the stands, climbs to his seat and then eats some crisps with fans
His Real Sociedad side were in Spanish Cup action against Villarreal earlier tonight.
# Interview
Graham Hunter on Lionel Messi: 'He wants to stay at a Barcelona that's more to his liking'
The Spanish football expert talks to us about whether the Argentine attacker could genuinely swap the Nou Camp for pastures new.
# naff or nifty?
Is this Manchester United's Adidas-designed home jersey for next season?
The German company are taking over from Nike as the club’s kit manufacturer.
# Tuesday
We'll Leave It There So: Paulie's final stretch, Steph, Del Piero & all today's sport
Munster face an anxious wait after Conor Murray sits out training while Falcao’s future at United seems far from secure.
# ched Evans
Oldham owner on Ched Evans: 'I still think the right thing would have been to take him'
Simon Corney says the club underestimated ‘the attention and fury’.
# tired cliché
Ravel Morrison: The sad, sorry tale of a wasted talent
The West Ham midfielder has ventured down a well-trodden path and lost his way.
Kevin Doyle returns to Wolves after disappointing loan spell at Crystal Palace
The Irish striker managed just 3 Premier League appearances for the London side.
# Diaspora
New York club Shannon Gaels to get €250,000 funding from Irish Government
One of the city’s youngest GAA organisations wants to develop its current home in Queens.
# Careful Now
Ivan Yates on Stephanie Roche nomination: 'It's tokenism because she's a woman'
Broadcaster says there’s ‘no way’ Roche should win the Puskas Award at tonight’s Ballon d’Or ceremony.
# Rumour Mill
'Arry's Transfer Window: Balotelli to Juve? Schneiderlin to United?
Will Mario be put out of his Anfield misery this month?
# hope for steph
Robin van Persie will miss tonight's Ballon d'Or ceremony because of injury
The Dutchman is nominated for the Puskas Award along with Ireland’s Stephanie Roche and James Rodriguez.
# Analysis
3 things we learned from Sunday's Premier League action
Alexis Sanchez continues to thrill at Arsenal while Morgan Schneiderlin is the jewel in Southampton’s crown.
Manchester United v Southampton, Premier League
We were at Old Trafford as the hosts attempted to keep up their impressive unbeaten run.
# memory lane
Flashback: Massimo Taibi's gaffe against Southampton
‘The Blind Venetian’ endured a short but memorable stint as Manchester United’s goalkeeper.
# connecting
Agent uses Linkedin to find 'playmakers like Xavi or Kroos'
Richie O’dare is seeking a couple of players for a Spanish 3rd division side.
# The old guard
Veterans! Equatorial Guinea's squad list says 14 players were born in 1900
The bulk of the group may need a couple of naps during the games to pull them through.
# knowledge is power
Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz
Fingers on buzzers. Time starts now.
# Complicated
What you need to know about the Frank Lampard fiasco
The midfielder released a statement this morning referring to recent reports as ‘lies and nonsense’.