Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Arsenal too predictable and cautious in painfully tame European exit
Arteta’s approach has taken Arsenal to their highest level in more than a decade – but based on tonight, it won’t bring them further without major change.
'I've no idea on that' - O'Shea in dark as FAI delay manager announcement once again
Jonathan Hill: The remote CEO who underwhelmed in an impossible job
Outgoing CEO struggled for big wins in a role that came with plenty of baggage.
Dominant, clinical and Tigeresque - Welcome to the Scottie Scheffler era
Nobody could live with Scheffler as he kicked for home on the back nine – and he arguably won without his A game.
Emotion of Klopp's exit helps explain Liverpool's season-ruining misses
This month
April 2024
La Rochelle seek to absorb Rebel county then travel to Dublin as continuity Cork
Ronan O’Gara knows European champions need an injection of Corkness to give them the edge against Leinster.
Masters preview: Rory returns to battle more demons, Lowry stands genuine chance of winning
We look ahead to the 2024 Masters.
Ireland rattled England when it got chaotic - but that was the only kind of game they could win
'It is quite an anthem, I love singing it' - Patten already on same hymn sheet as new team-mates
Encouragement in defeat, McCabe and O'Sullivan below-par, and a key tactical difference
Some talking points from Ireland’s 1-0 loss to France in Metz.
'We could have got something from the game' - Brosnan's regret at French defeat
Early goal condemns battling Ireland to opening-day defeat to France
A fifth-minute goal meant Ireland started their Euro 2025 qualifying campaign with a 1-0 loss in Metz.
Instant debut for Anna Patten as Gleeson names line-up for French clash
Ireland insist they aren't just making up the numbers but French test daunting nonetheless
Gleeson: Ireland will be 'realistic' in approach to daunting French task
There has never been so much football punditry - and yet it has never been so bad
Last month
March 2024
Jaeger hangs on for first PGA Tour victory as Scheffler misses chance to force play-off
Advantage Liverpool after City and Arsenal serve up a turkey
A draw suited both sides and yet was cheered most loudly on Merseyside.
Nobody beats their old boss and few ever beat Guardiola - Arteta on cusp of something special
Laugh at culture war over England jersey - but we may soon have our own cross to bear
The Irish team has so far avoided becoming the focus of a culture war in the same way as the English team has.
'That’s a wait and see job' - O'Shea in the dark with the rest of us about FAI's managerial search
Jonathan Hill continues as FAI CEO following board meeting
'I think he will be in the running' - Captain Coleman backs O'Shea for Irish job
O'Shea: 'I’m more than ready and capable to be a manager'
O’Shea is set to step aside for the incoming Irish boss next month.
Shaqiri free-kick enough for Switzerland to beat limited Ireland
Ireland’s old problems were on show in a 1-0 defeat.
Swiss roll into town to remind Ireland of their current state of limbo
Switzerland’s latest stop on their pre-Euros tour is in Dublin against an Irish side still unsure who their next manager will be.
O'Shea insists nothing has changed as speculation swirls he will be full-time Irish boss
O'Shea largely sticks with Kenny's blueprint - with one key difference
The interim boss oversaw a goalless draw with Belgium on Saturday.
O'Shea admits to frustration after goalless draw that Belgian boss deems 'boring'
Ireland rue Evan Ferguson's missed penalty in goalless draw with Belgium
Debut for Szmodics and starts for Kelleher and Ferguson in Irish team to face Belgium
Kelleher or Bazunu? Analysing Ireland's goalkeeper conundrum
Davids Preece and Forde talk us through the duo’s strengths and weaknesses.
O'Shea and Ireland out to impress against Belgium and make the most of a wasted window
O’Shea is in interim charge and has been ruled out of getting the job permanently.
Ryan Manning links up with Irish squad ahead of Belgium friendly
Leixlip duo adapting and learning from tough times with Ireland and in Premier League
Nathan Collins and Andrew Omobamidele respective rises have not come without their challenges.
Carbery returns to Munster team named to face Ospreys
‘Vengeance, bejaysus, vengeance’ - Spite still the prime motivator in the age of sports science
The Six Nations is the latest indicator that sport remains an exercise in proving people wrong.
Lee Carsley rules himself out of the running for vacant Ireland job
Carsley met with the FAI in November but says talks did not progress any further.
'For the first time I did think that' - Coleman feared his career was over after horror injury at Leicester
'It was all nonsense really' - Szmodics hits out at comments from Hungary boss
The top scorer in the Championship is set to make his Irish debut against Belgium on Saturday.