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We’ll Leave It There So: Cody's anger, 'drunk' Donaldson and the rest of today’s sport

Also, the latest on Sean O’Brien’s injury, Paul McGinley suggests his Ryder Cup involvement is at an end and much more.

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

Golf - 40th Ryder Cup - Day Three - Gleneagles Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images

(Europe’s Jamie Donaldson poses with the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles Golf Course)

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Britain Soccer Premier League Source: Jon Super

On The Record

“Donal Óg said he’s not fit enough to referee. These referees go through some tests and he’s obviously passed them. He gave Tipperary a penalty which didn’t look like a penalty to me to be honest, and he looked like he was a bit far away from it when he called it.”

Our hurling columnist John Gardiner gives his take on the weekend’s All-Ireland final replay.

Where we were today

Dominic Ryan Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Leinster held an open training session and our man Sean Farrell was in attendance.

The best thing we shared

Source: Messi TheBoss/YouTube

Someone has taken the time to compile a video of all 401 of Lionel Messi’s career goals so far.

The fixture list

  • Three Airticity League Premier Division matches take place tomorrow, including St Pat’s versus Bohemians.
  • The Champions League returns, with highlights tomorrow including Man City v Roma, Sporting Lisbon v Chelsea and PSG v Barca.

Showbiz, baby

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Jamie Donaldson gave a brutally honest interview on Sky Sports News today.

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Louis van Gaal full of praise for Antrim’s Paddy McNair, imitates THAT header>

Roy Keane did not like Jose Mourinho touching him one little bit>

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