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#different times

# different-times - Sunday 2 August, 2020

‘It’s weird, you can hear Wardy’s voice echo through the whole of Dalymount’

Bohemians defender Rob Cornwall on life during the pandemic and adjusting to the new normal.

# different-times - Wednesday 10 June, 2020

NFL team remove statue of former owner

The move came two years after Jerry Richardson sold the Carolina Panthers in disgrace following allegations of racism.

# different-times - Sunday 21 July, 2019

'Now the girls are nearly on a par with the men... We weren't allowed train on the grass'

Yvonne Tracy looks back on her distinguished career with Arsenal and Ireland.

# different-times - Saturday 25 August, 2018

'They had this God that they looked up to in Georgi Kinkladze, but the team got relegated twice'

Ex-Ireland striker Niall Quinn on how times have changed at his former club and his reasons for getting back into punditry.

# different-times - Sunday 1 April, 2018

‘We weren't allowed use a soccer ball… GAA would have been the sport in the school’ Different Times This post contains videos

‘We weren't allowed use a soccer ball… GAA would have been the sport in the school’

Shamrock Rovers and Shelbourne legend Mick Neville on growing up in a different Ireland, his illustrious playing career and coaching future stars.

# different-times - Wednesday 22 March, 2017

'Modern players are brats!' - Mourinho mourns the loss of 'men' like Lampard

The Portuguese coach has been amazed at the change of behaviour in the space of 10 years.

# different-times - Thursday 16 February, 2017

Hooliganism, bans and a home game in Plymouth: the last time Man United faced St Etienne

1977 was a pretty interesting year for the club – exemplified by their Cup Winners’ Cup adventure.

# different-times - Wednesday 8 February, 2017

'Football has become less about talent and more about running a lot'

Cesc Fabregas is feeling the effects of a faster-paced game, but will not give up on trying to meet the required intensity.

# different-times - Saturday 10 January, 2015

Analysis: Are even the best modern defenders inevitably overrated?

Recent studies suggest centre-backs are no longer considered as valuable as they once were.

# different-times - Monday 27 October, 2014

Opinion: Why Mourinho's Chelsea will never match the Arsenal 'Invincibles'

The side’s often cautious outlook means they cannot truly emulate the Gunners.

# different-times - Sunday 12 October, 2014

Jol: I almost signed unwanted Bale for €6million

The most expensive footballer in the world was offered to a number of clubs, according to his former Spurs manager.

# different-times - Monday 1 April, 2013

1972, the year 'The Troubles' wrecked Ireland's Grand Slam hopes

Ireland and Lions flanker Fergus Slattery reflects on politics and sports mixing to ill-effect.

# different-times - Saturday 15 December, 2012

From The Daily Edge 'I still remember the excitement': Memories of Christmas in a different Ireland Ghost Of Christmas Past

'I still remember the excitement': Memories of Christmas in a different Ireland

Did you know stockings held less back in the day? Three memories of Christmas past – and add your own too.