# scrutiny

This year
Lewis Hamilton faces investigation for walking across track in Qatar
The 38-year-old was previously fined £43,350 – half of which is suspended for the remainder of the season.
Mason Greenwood scores first goal after Man United loan
It was the first time the Getafe player found the net in nearly two years.
Guardiola defends side amid claims Man City 'a better team without Haaland'
The striker managed just 19 touches at Old Trafford.
Last year
'It just dumbfounds me at times' - Aldridge on Alexander-Arnold criticism
With Liverpool struggling in ninth position this season, pressure on the 24-year-old has grown more intense.
Pressure and expectation comes with the territory at 'big European club' Munster
Denis Leamy has encountered plenty of support and understanding among the Munster fans.
Pep Guardiola defends Jack Grealish and tells midfielder to ignore criticism
The England midfielder is still to produce his best for Manchester City more than a year after his British record transfer from Aston Villa.
'I'll go to my grave knowing that Phil never asked me to go off the record'
Alan Shipnuck on his new unauthorised biography of the golf star and the fallout stemming from a now-infamous interview.
Senegal's president supports PSG star amid homophobia accusations
Idrissa Gana Gueye missed a Ligue 1 game against Montpellier on Saturday during which players were to wear rainbow jerseys.
Future of Russian driver Nikita Mazepin’s to top agenda at emergency F1 meeting
F1 has already cancelled the Russian Grand Prix.
Ralph Hasenhuttl responds to Manchester United links
Pundits have speculated whether the Austrian could be a candidate to take over at Old Trafford.
Wayne Rooney may be in trouble over controversial comments
The former Manchester United player admitted he changed his studs to ‘big, long metal ones to try and hurt someone’.
Naomi Osaka 'more comfortable in my skin' after turbulent year
The Japanese former world number one opened the defence of her Australian Open title with a battling 6-3, 6-3 win against Colombia’s Camila Osorio.
All time
Fresh Juve searches look at Ronaldo sale
Italian prosecutors have targeted the Serie A club.
'The refs have the hardest job in the game' - Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones
The Welshman opted against commenting on Rassie Erasmus’ remarkable video.
Celtic’s principal shareholder Dermot Desmond hits back after coming under fire
The Scottish club failed in their quest for a record 10th consecutive title.
French rugby chief Laporte to appear before government in Covid investigation
Breaches of the bubble led to a 16-case Covid outbreak in the French squad.
Arsenal will speak to Aubameyang over tattoo video
It is unclear when the incident took place.
Stockdale accepts 'basic' errors, but working to shut out criticism
‘When your mates are texting you saying ‘Are you alright?’, you kind of know that you are getting destroyed on social media.’
Tyson Fury dons fancy dress for run as allegations surface about 2015 drug case
The boxer posted a picture of him in a Batman costume after a planned half marathon was cancelled.
'In terms of the captaincy, it seems we're not so quick to see how good Johnny has become'
Former Ireland captain Rory Best is confident his successor, Johnny Sexton, will bounce back.
Thomas Cook's auditors under investigation over role in signing off on latest accounts
If the FRC’s investigation finds any wrongdoing, it could lead to a severe reprimand and a fine for those involved.
Liverpool stand-in Adrian a doubt after fan 'slipped and kicked his ankle' during Super Cup celebrations
The Reds are already without regular number one Alisson, and may need to call upon Andy Lonergan or Ireland U21 stopper Caoimhin Kelleher.
Farah spokesperson says suggestion of misconduct 'entirely false' after Fancy Bears hack
One of the documents shared in the latest leak suggests the star’s biological passport was viewed by an expert as “suspicious”.
Troubled Ronaldo gets Madrid court date in €14.7 million tax fraud case
The 32-year-old Portuguese star is facing four charges of fraud through offshore companies.
Tusla inquiries are a 'major distraction' according to chief executive
McBride was speaking at the launch of Tusla’s new child protection and welfare strategy for 2017-2022.
Co-founder of LGBT charity resigns, says he received support worth €11.5k but paid funds back
Kieran Rose said he should have made the board aware of the arrangement at the time.
'I'll fight to the last second' - Shaw desperate to prove Mourinho wrong despite scathing criticism
The full-back wants to stay at the club after the recent comments from his manager.
Brazil superstar Neymar responds to 'drunk' video
The Selecao skipper has been criticised after being caught on film looking worse for wear.
Pat Cox: 'I never asked for Patricia Ryan to be appointed'
He said he did not ask anyone to resign from their positions either.
Opinion: Schmidt selection criticism unwarranted and short-sighted
Conor Murray is Ireland’s best scrum-half, that doesn’t mean he should start and finish every single game.
Why Seán FitzPatrick won't appear before the Public Accounts Committee
The former head of Anglo Irish Bank was called to appear before the committee in relation to the controversial purchase of the former Irish Glass Bottle site in the Dublin Docklands seven years ago.
Watchdog to inspect disability centres for the first time
There are around 9,500 people living in residential centres around the country – and this is the first time the centres will be subject to independent scrutiny.
"Leave me alone!": Strauss-Kahn says he is facing "media assault"
The former head of the International Monetary Fund says that he is the subject of a “media assault that some days resembles a manhunt” amid allegations of sexual assault and pimping.
Dáil's public spending watchdog hauls bosses in over health overspend
The Public Accounts committee is going to question the heads of the HSE and the Department of Health about spending on drugs, overtime, and consultants.
Dáil public accounts committee to examine public sector allowances
The committee is to scrutinise the controversial allowances to public sector workers following news that savings targeted this year will not be met.