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Soccer - Today’s News

'I'm not ready to say it's over and maybe I never will be'

Francesco Totti bid an emotional farewell to his beloved AS Roma today.

10 big-money transfers that could happen across Europe this summer

Antoine Griezmann to Manchester United and other sagas that could run and run.

'Players who travel away, they might have loads of money but they don't have the memories I have' No Regrets This post contains videos

'Players who travel away, they might have loads of money but they don't have the memories I have'

Paul Doolin chats to The42 about a distinguished career as a player and coach in the League of Ireland.

Another week, another two goals for Irish striker Sheridan In Form This post contains videos

Another week, another two goals for Irish striker Sheridan

Jagiellonia Bialystok picked up a 2-0 win as they look to catch league leaders Legia Warsaw.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the last seven sporting days looked through a lens.

Benoit Assou-Ekotto laughs off porn star claims

Harry Redknapp had suggested that the former Tottenham defender was looking for a career change.

Perotti rescues Roma on Totti's farewell party

For the 40-year-old playmaker, and the thousands of fans who showed up, it was a nervy final game of the season.

Plenty more to come from 'alien' Lionel Messi

Departing Barcelona boss Luis Enrique paid tribute to his star player after Saturday’s Copa del Rey final.

Man United goalkeeping target urged to 'use his head' amid exit speculation

AC Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma has been told in no uncertain terms to avoid any rash decisions by coach Vincenzo Montella.

Ireland pair Duffy and O'Kane involved in minor car crash on the way to training camp

Thankfully, the players were unharmed and they have linked up with the rest of the squad.

Alan Browne and Kevin Long in line for Ireland debuts as 19 players travel to the US

The Boys in Green face Mexico in New Jersey this Thursday.

Diego Costa says he'll only leave Chelsea for Atletico Madrid

The striker claims he has no interest in a switch to the Chinese Super League.

Michael Carrick is staying at Man United for another year

The Old Trafford club have tied down the midfielder to a new contract after a strong season under Jose Mourinho.

Ronnie O'Sullivan and politics, Tupac and high school football - it's the week's best sportswriting

Plus, the story of the most successful underage team in Irish football’s history.

'I wake up in the back of an ambulance. I’m still in full kit and I’m thinking ‘what the hell is going on here?’'

Former Stoke City and Ireland defender Clive Clarke is carving out a career as a football agent nearly 10 years on from surviving a cardiac arrest.

Soccer - Yesterday’s News

Barcelona to meet Madrid for Clasico double-header in August after Copa win

The Catalans and Los Blancos will now start the new season with two more matches in the Spanish Supercopa.

Audacious Pierre Aubameyang penalty seals German Cup victory for Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund claimed a first DFB-Pokal win since 2012.

'Of course I think he'll stay' - Ramsey backs Wenger to remain at Arsenal

After scoring his second winning goal in an FA Cup final, the Gunners midfielder said “of course” the long-time manager will stay at the club

Brilliant Arsenal edge out Chelsea in exhilarating FA Cup final

Arsene Wenger has become the first manager to win the competition seven times after today’s 2-1 win.

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Watch: Alexis Sanchez's controversial goal gave Arsenal the lead in the FA Cup final

The Premier League champions trailed Arsene Wenger’s side after a rip-roaring first-half.

As it happened: Arsenal v Chelsea, FA Cup final

Two London clubs met at Wembley Stadium this evening with silverware on the line.

Kane beats Kante to PFA Fans' Player of the Season

N’Golo Kante’s clean sweep of the Premier League’s individual prizes has been ended by Tottenham star Harry Kane.

Celtic win Scottish Cup to clinch historic treble

The game looked destined for extra time before substitute Tom Rogic scored a superb solo goal.

Sevilla set to lose manager Jorge Sampaoli as they agree deal with Argentina

The Spanish side had been holding out for the €1.5 million release clause in Sampaoli’s contract.

Ireland's Jonny Hayes struck early against Celtic in the Scottish Cup final Unbeaten This post contains videos

Ireland's Jonny Hayes struck early against Celtic in the Scottish Cup final

The Aberdeen winger put them ahead but Hoops substitute Tom Rogic proved the match-winner.

Marco Silva chooses the Watford job after departing relegated Hull

The Portuguese coach has joined the Hornets on a two-year deal.

'Who wouldn't want Coutinho?' - Brazil boss talks up Barcelona link

The attacking midfielder’s displays for Liverpool have led to the Brazil star being linked with a move to Barcelona.

Fellaini prepared to suffer broken bones for Mourinho

The Belgium international has become a key figure for his Red Devils manager.

'I'd sign Assou-Ekotto but he wants to be a pornstar'

Harry Redknapp has managed the left-back twice before, but made a shocking revelation about the player.

Man City close to signing new goalkeeper for world record fee - reports

Pep Guardiola looks set to make Benfica’s Ederson the priciest shot-stopper in history.

Quiz: How well do you remember the FA Cup finals of the 1990s?

The decade was littered with iconic Wembley moments.

'I remember the 1st day Ronaldo arrived... Alex said to me: take a picture of this guy, he's going to be a star' Interview This post contains videos

'I remember the 1st day Ronaldo arrived... Alex said to me: take a picture of this guy, he's going to be a star'

Ex-Ireland international John Devine chats to The42 about starring for Arsenal and his post-playing roles with Man United and Bayern.

Cork City were driven by Bradley's 'not as good as Dundalk' claim

The Leesiders responded to the Shamrock Rovers boss with a 4-1 victory at Turner’s Cross last night.

Roddy's first home game in charge of Athlone doesn't go to plan as Students spoil the party

UCD are now a point behind Waterford in the SSE Airtricity League First Division.

Soccer - Friday 26 May, 2017

Five-goal thriller in Ballybofey as 10-man Finn Harps make it two home wins in a week

The Shannonsiders scored a second with just a few minutes left to make things interesting but the hosts held on.

Candystripes extend unbeaten run to nine but still can't edge past the Drogs

It was Drogheda’s second scoreless draw at United Park in four days.

Sligo show character and twice come from behind to earn entertaining point by the seaside

Aaron Greene and Dylan Connolly twice put Bray in front but a brace from Michael Leahy ensured a 2-2 draw.

Huge three points for Bohs as Fitzgerald stunner ensures they move clear of drop zone

President Michael D. Higgins was in attendance but his beloved Galway came up short on the night.

Super Saints to sinners: Duffy's majestic free-kick sees Pat's sink to bottom of the table

David McMillan was also on the mark as Dundalk extend their lead over third-placed Bray.

Delaney on the double as City come from behind against 10-man Rovers

The Premier Division leaders maintained their 15-point lead at the top of the Premier Division table.

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