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Dublin: 16 °C Saturday 24 August, 2019

We'll Leave It There So: Dalymount sold, Liverpool buy Ings and all of today's sport

Here’s what Monday had to offer, sports fans.

Paul McShane Caption competition, anyone? Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO


Soccer - Barclays Premier League - Aston Villa v Burnley - Villa Park Ings is on his way to Anfield Source: Joe Giddens


The best thing we shared today

Following the tragic death of former All Black Jerry Collins, the New Zealand U20 side paid a fitting tribute as they performed an emotional haka in his honour.

Source: SKY Sport NZ/YouTube

On the record

“We were outfought, we fell flat and that’s a sickener.”

Offaly boss Brian Whelahan attempted to put some sense on the county’s first championship loss to Laois in 43 years.

Where we were today

Ben Blake was out in Malahide to catch up with Marty, our GAA correspondent Fintan O’Toole was at the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham for a Toyota/Dublin GAA launch and Paul Dollery met up with former Scotland manager Craig Brown.

Martin O'Neill speaks to the press after training Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

The fixture list

  • There are two midweek SSE Airtricity League fixtures with Shamrock Rovers hosting Derry City on Monday while St Pat’s welcome Bohs to Richmond Park for a Dublin derby on Tuesday.
  • The Women’s World Cup continues on Tuesday with England beginning their campaign against France in Moncton.

Showbiz, baby!

After making some smug promises on air last week, comedian John Oliver stuck to his word and followed through with his bets following the resignation of Sepp Blatter.

Source: LWTHighlights/YouTube

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