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We'll Leave It There So: Henshaw's return, Duffy hits back at McGregor & all today's sport

Here’s the best of Tuesday’s sporting offerings.

Chris Shields Dundalk's Chris Shields pictured at Oriel Park ahead of Sunday's FAI Cup final against Cork City. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

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Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Group G - Chelsea v Dynamo Kyiv - Chelsea Training and Press Conference - Cobham Training Ground Under-fire Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho at a press conference today at their Cobham training ground. Source: Adam Davy

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The best thing we shared today

One of the GAA’s great beards is no more…

Source: Movember Foundation/YouTube

Farewell to the powerful beard that once belonged to Tipperary minor footballer Aidan Buckley.

On the record

“Don’t call me out for being a woman talking about a man’s game, call me out if I’m a bad coach or bad analyst – but not because I’m a woman. I, or any other female media personality, shouldn’t get an extra or less credit because I’m a woman.”

Former Cork star Anna Geary on settling into life after inter-county camogie.

Where we were today

It was all about the Web Summit today at the RDS, where our man Niall Kelly was on stage to host an interview with world champion boxer Michael Conlan.

The fixture list

There’s more Champions League action tomorrow evening, including Arsenal away to Bayern Munich and Chelsea hosting Dynamo Kyiv.

Showbiz, baby!

Ahead of the visit of CSKA Moscow to Old Trafford, we wound the clock back 20 years to the night when even a Peter Schmeichel goal couldn’t give Manchester United a European home win against Russian opposition.

Source: sp1873/YouTube

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Joe Duffy: ‘It’s only a matter of time before all this stuff comes back to bite him in the ass’

‘If you can kick a ball 20 metres in a straight line now, you are on £10,000 a week’

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