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We'll Leave it There So: Roy Keane's future at Villa, O'Gara cited again and all today’s sport

Also, Gary Neville wittily dissects Ryan Giggs’ famous goal against Arsenal, and the banned Mayo fan hits back.

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

Roy Keane after the game Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

(Ireland assistant boss Roy Keane will not be leaving Aston Villa anytime soon, according to manager Paul Lambert)

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Rugby Union - Guinness Series 2013 - Ireland v Australia - Aviva Stadium Source: Brian Lawless

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Where we were today

Our reporter Murray Kinsella was in attendance at today’s Leinster press conference.

Matt O'Connor Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

On the record

“Only the lucky few can emerge with silverware at the end of any season. But winning comes in many shapes and forms. Shane Carthy was a winner last Thursday without stepping on a field. Currently on the road of recovery having been diagnosed with depression earlier this year, Shane’s articulate, brave, and moving interview on the Sean O’Rourke show reverberated around the country’s airwaves and, subsequently, social media platforms.”

Colin Regan, the GAA’s Community & Health manager, discusses the sporting lessons we can take from mental health week.

The best thing we shared

This piece of Gary Neville analysis will make you smile.

Source: Robson Brown/YouTube

Fixture list

  • The Champions Cup gets underway, as Harlequins take on Castres in Pool 2.
  • There’s a full round of League of Ireland games, including Cork against Bohs and Dundalk versus Bray.

Showbiz, baby

It was a sad and momentous day, as Fox did their last-ever rugby top five.

Source: FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIA/YouTube

The Second Half is my second favourite Roddy Doyle book after The Giggler Treatment.

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Analysis: The substitution that changed the game and how Ireland stunned Germany>

The aristocrats and the mercenaries: Here’s every cliché you’ll need for the Champions Cup>

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