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We'll Leave It There So: Keano's caution, Irish cyclist's doping ban and all today's sport

Here’s the best of what Monday had for all you sports fans out there.
Jul 27th 2015, 8:19 PM 15,590 0

A view of Ladies ahead of today's racing The Galway girls are out in force for the first day of racing at Ballybrit. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO



Chile Soccer Copa America Argentina Paraguay Argentine international goalkeeper Sergio Romero is heading to Old Trafford. Source: Andre Penner

The best thing we shared today

The letter written by the legendary Bill Shankly when he tendered his resignation from Liverpool has been revealed.

On the record

“You hear most managers and coaches talking about a player-driven environment. I think that managers get far too much credit when things go right and far too much criticism when things go wrong. Sometimes, with the players, it is not that you want them to take over, but they are the ones that sacrificed a huge amount. They just made a promise to each other that this 35 minutes, they will put everything into it. They are like every other inter-county team. They have worked extremely hard since last October and that brings a certain amount of pressure on you too when you could be out after this 35 minutes. They delivered under that pressure, which is a very good sign.”

Waterford senior hurling manager Derek McGrath explains why he stepped out of the Deise dressing at half-time in yesterday’s All-Ireland quarter-final win over Dublin.

Where we were today

Roy Keane Roy Keane and his sensational beard were in Dublin today. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Paul Dollery was at FAI headquarters in Abbotstown, where Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane was on hand to launch the SSE Airtricity National U17 League.

The fixture list

  • Tomorrow is day two at the Galway Races. The action starts at 5.15pm and the feature race is the Topaz Mile Handicap.

Showbiz, baby!

The Toronto Blue Jays held a narrow 4-3 lead over the Seattle Mariners at the top of the fourth inning last night but looked all set to improve on that until one of the rarest triple plays in baseball happened.

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“Roy doesn’t grow a beard. It appears on his face when he tells it too.”


Irish cyclist hit with four-year suspension for anti-doping violation

‘Every draw at the moment for Ireland is tough… Teams won’t dread playing us’

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