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We'll leave it there so: Personal attacks, Liverpool's revolving door and all today's sport

Plus, how Everton made the James McCarthy deal stick, a wonder-goal in Clare and big news around concussion in contact sports.

NEED TO CATCH up? TheScore.ie brings you a round-up of today’s sports news…

Fiona Coghlan Ireland captain Fiona Coghlan poses with the trophy ahead of the Rugby World Cup kick-off this week.


James McCarthy has revealed how close he came to joining Spurs. Close shave.

Shane O’Donnell is back in hurling action tomorrow as Clare u21s name their Munster final line-up.

The feature race in Galway was the Topaz Mile Handicap and it was won by 12/1 shot Vastonea.

Mireia Frances, Deborah Mirelles and Caroline Sanz The Galway Races go into their second day this evening. Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Meath captain Kevin Reilly is pleading for an end to ‘nasty’ personal attacks on inter-countGAA players.

The fixtures for the Ulster Bank League season were revealed today with Young Munster pitted against Clontarf on the opening weekend.


The stepfather of Carlos Tevez was kidnapped today, but released unharmed eight hours later.

In the US, the NCAA have agreed to pay a $75 million settlement in a concussion-related class action suit.

Liverpool have completed the signing of Divock Origi – including the part where they loan him back to Lille.

Plus, here’s news of all the transfers that definitely could maybe (probably not) happen before the window’s shut.

Sport - 2014 Commonwealth Games - Day Six England's Nile Wilson dismounts the bars at the Commonwealth Games. Source: Dominic Lipinski

Legendary rugby fullback Serge Blanco has been drafted into the French coaching team to give PSA a helping hand.

A 16-year-old weightlifter at the Commonwealth Games has been  banned for doping.

Cricket governing body, the ICC, have banned English all-rounder Moeen Ali from wearing a ‘Save Gaza’ wristband.

The best thing we shared

Clare’s Podge Collins unleashed his inner Owen Mulligan in the county Championship.

Source: Jody O Connor/YouTube

On the record

”I’ll just have to be doing his massages every now and again after a game.”

Rio Ferdinand thinks he knows how to stay on Richard Dunne’s good side after taking over the QPR number 5 jersey.

The fixture list

The much anticipated Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21 hurling final is on at 19.15 tomorrow with Cork facing Clare in Ennis.

‘When two Norwegians collide’: Henning Berg’s Legia Warsaw is hoping to derail Celtic’s Champions League run at 19.45.

Showbiz, Baby!

Peyton Manning dancing is just as bad as you’d imagine.

Source: Tunji Afonja/YouTube

“Now try something OTHER than Seven Nation Army.”


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