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Soccer - Yesterday’s News

92nd-minute winner spares Wales' blushes as they're pushed all the way by Trinidad and Tobago

Liverpool youngster Ben Woodburn scored the late goal for Giggs’ men in the international friendly.

'Watershed moment' as English Women's top flight lands multi-million pound sponsorship

There’s good news for Irish stars across the water with Barclays coming on board as the first title sponsor of the WSL.

'Danke 5-13-17' - Germany fans pay tribute to axed Bayern Munich trio in Serbia draw

Leon Goretzka rescued a 1-1 draw for Joachim Löw’s side.

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach describes John Delaney's €100k bridging loan to FAI as 'a bit unusual' Banking Facilities

Taoiseach describes John Delaney's €100k bridging loan to FAI as 'a bit unusual'

Delaney has already issued two statements on the matter.

Donegal kingpins retain biggest prize in school football as heartbreak hits talented Cork bunch again

Carndonagh CS were late winners against Midleton CBS in the capital.

FAI says it has answered all queries raised by Sport Ireland regarding John Delaney's €100,000 loan

Sport Ireland yesterday said it was seeking ‘urgent clarification’ regarding a €100,000 loan provided to the FAI.

Ex-Sheffield United striker retires and hits out at FA after being found guilty of racial abuse

Sophie Jones has reiterated her innocence and labelled the hearing as a ‘kangaroo court’.

Sky Sports News presenter who covered Ireland football internationals passes away aged 47 RIP

Sky Sports News presenter who covered Ireland football internationals passes away aged 47

Fraser Robertson was known for his coverage of Ireland international football games in recent years.

Harry Kane: 'My nana and grandad were Irish, so I had that decision. It never really came'

The Tottenham star said he always wanted to play for England despite his Galway roots.

Ex-Brentford and QPR chief executive appointed by Dundalk

Mark Devlin brings 20 years of experience to the role at Oriel Park.

'Work, do the right things and it will come again' - Klopp keeps the faith with Salah

The Liverpool boss feels that Sadio Mane could be an example for the Egyptian star.

Troubled Bolton given two weeks to settle debts or face winding-up order

Owner Ken Anderson claims he has a potential buyer lined up for the cash-strapped Championship club.

Sheffield United terminate striker's contract after she's banned for racial abuse

The club acted swiftly following the outcome of the FA’s disciplinary hearing.

'Of course we want him to stay': Pogba backs Solskjaer to get permanent Man United job

The Norwegian has reinvigorated the Old Trafford club since taking over from Jose Mourinho in December.

'It’s been a mad couple of days, and I’m still trying to get my head around it'

Jack Byrne can create history this week by becoming the first domestic player to play competitively for Ireland in almost 35 years.

Matt Doherty open to playing unfamiliar right-wing role for Ireland

The Wolves wing-back may be pressed into a new position against Gibraltar.

Ireland U19s trounce Romania to take big step towards qualification for the Euros On Track This post contains videos

Ireland U19s trounce Romania to take big step towards qualification for the Euros

Southampton duo Jonathan Afolabi and Will Smallbone each scored twice in a comfortable 5-0 win.

'The stick he used to get from the media was bang out of order'

Danny Rose has backed England team-mate Raheem Sterling’s fight against racism.

Irish U21s out to let 'the other countries know we’re not here to mess about'

The Stephen Kenny era begins with a European qualifier against Luxembourg on Sunday.

'I'm finding my feet' - Enda Stevens in pole position to nail down Irish left-back berth

With Stephen Ward retired, the Sheffield United looks set to further capitalise on his exceptional club form.

Soccer - Tuesday 19 March, 2019

'We are on course to win a European Championship or World Cup in the next 8 years'

Harry Redknapp is excited by the potential of England’s youngsters.

Adrien Rabiot 'held hostage' by PSG, claims mother

The French international has been in conflict with the club as he wants to leave.

The Premier League is overrated - Ibrahimovic

The former Man United striker feels the quality of football in England did not match up to rival leagues.

Mario Balotelli not fit enough to play for Italy - Mancini

The Azzurri begin their campaign to reach the European finals playing Finland on Saturday.

Spain legend Xavi says 48-team World Cup in Qatar 'will not be good'

‘It’s good for football to have 32. That’s more than enough,’ he added.

Former Fulham striker criticised after saying 'it's laughable when a black player represents Russia'

Vladimir Putin’s human rights advisor, Mikhail Fedotov, has hit out at recent comments made by Pavel Pogrebnyak.

Mourinho: Mbappe more valuable than Messi and Ronaldo

The PSG striker deserves to be considered the most expensive player on the planet, according to the Portuguese coach.

'I could have done a lot better this season'

Tottenham star Kieran Trippier admits he’s stumbled after the World Cup.

Sport Ireland seeking 'urgent clarification' on John Delaney's €100,000 loan to the FAI

The statutory authority is seeking an explanation for a loan provided by the FAI’s CEO two years ago.

PSG condemn Patrice Evra over 'homophobic insults'

The former Man United player was involved in a social media spat with television pundit Jerome Rothen, who previously played for the French side.

Stephen Kenny promises 'very positive' approach ahead of qualifier debut with Irish U21s

The new manager begins his reign at Tallaght Stadium this Sunday.

'He obviously knows more than us' - Giggs bites back at Ibrahimovic's Class of '92 criticism

The former Man United player recently hit out at some of the club’s most iconic figures.

Retelling of Anne O'Brien's incredible story takes inaugural 20x20 award

Eoin O’Callaghan’s piece on The42 has been recognised with a new prize aimed at rewarding coverage of women in sport.

Another injury blow for McCarthy as Long sidelined for double-header

The Southampton striker will miss the games against Gibraltar and Georgia.

'I’d rather take a risk and crack on' - Richard Keogh to play for Ireland with a broken hand

The Derby defender has declared himself good to go for Mick McCarthy’s squad to face Gibraltar and Georgia.

'Public uproar' - critics round on Cannavaro over China role

Former players and state media questioned the credentials of the 2006 World Cup winner and world player of the year, who is yet to claim a major trophy as a coach.

Salah & Mane tipped for Liverpool stay as Carragher sees Klopp keeping stars

The former Reds defender believes the Reds are now capable of fending off interest in prized assets.

Soccer - Monday 18 March, 2019

Van Dijk: Salah goals will come for Liverpool

The Reds defender has full faith out-of-sorts striker Mohamed Salah can hit form again this season.

‘I would have come from the flats… Brian Kerr gave me the confidence to go into any room and meet people’ Mentor This post contains videos

‘I would have come from the flats… Brian Kerr gave me the confidence to go into any room and meet people’

St Patrick’s Athletic legend Johnny McDonnell reflects on his memorable career in football.

TV Wrap: FAI awards a damp squib while the tide begins to turn on Joe Schmidt

Irish football’s big night was dominated by absences as Matt Williams called for some honest conversations around Irish rugby.

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