Soccer - Saturday 18 February, 2017
The former Ireland and Crystal Palace striker joined Max Rushden, Paul Merson and Rachel Riley on the show last night.
The Imps got the better of Premier League side Burnley thanks to a late header from Sean Raggett.
It was the second-fastest hat-trick in La Liga history.
Football community sends love and congratulations to Ireland international and his partner.
Plus, the three certainties in life — death, taxes and Arjen Robben cutting in on his left foot.
Killian Brennan chats to The42 about the new season ahead with his hometown club.
Cork City manager John Caulfield has confirmed that Kenny Browne is set to join Waterford FC.
'When I saw the tears in Busby's eyes, I realised the depth of their relationship and what George turned away'
Inside ‘George Best: All By Himself,’ an extraordinary, sobering look at the life and times of George Best.
Soccer - Friday 17 February, 2017
Goals from Maguire, O’Connor and Sheppard saw the Leesiders retain the President’s Cup.
As he gets set for one of the biggest games of his career, Lincoln’s Alan Power chats to The42 about his struggle to make it as a footballer.
Plus, Dublin and Kerry’s showdown in the football league is already sold-out.
The 2017 domestic football season begins with another meeting of the two rivals at Turner’s Cross.
The Sky Sports pundit was grilled by a group of frustrated Gunners supporters.
Thomas Stewart was a league winner with the Hoops in 2010.
The South African Football Association say the veteran Italian manager is among the applicants for the vacant national team post.
Burnley’s Stephen Ward is among the Irish-born footballers expected to line out.
The Red Devils forward felt like the movie character after scoring a Europa League hat-trick against Saint-Etienne.
Arsene Wenger confirms he does not intend to retire even if he leaves Arsenal at the end of the current campaign.
A Facebook group in the player’s homeland have organised a peaceful protest to try and convince the star that he is wasting his time.
The Portuguese boss criticised his team leading up to kick-off and during the first 45 minutes at Old Trafford.
'Every league needs great rivalries like this' - Cork and Dundalk kick season off with President's Cup
There’s likely to be plenty of needle in tonight’s President’s Cup final.
Roy Keane was in great form on ITV’s coverage of the Europa League.
Soccer - Thursday 16 February, 2017
The German has come in for heavy criticism for a while but the humiliating defeat in Munich led to more finger-pointing.
The striker continued his fine run of form in front of goal as Jose Mourinho’s men secured victory in the Europa League at Old Trafford.
Elsewhere, Anthony Foley’s widow Olive accepts award on behalf of her late husband, Niamh Briggs is ruled out of the Six Nations and referee Mark Clattenburg is leaving the Premier League to take up a role in Saudi Arabia.
We were at Old Trafford to see who would come out on top in a battle between the Pogba brothers.
Stokes was not present in court nor was he legally represented at the hearing.
They have been warned on future conduct.
A British study said professional footballers are at heightened risk of developing a brain disease.
The Dublin teenager has been called up to train with Liverpool’s first team in La Manga.
The former Red Devils midfielder believes that the captain will be struggling to cope with his place on the substitutes’ bench.
Former Camp Nou chief Joan Laporta has launched a scathing attack on the current man at the helm.
Mark Clattenburg is leaving English football.
Filmmaker Alex Stockley von Statzer travels to the tournament’s host nation to speak to members of notorious firms.
The centre-back has thanked his manager for helping him to make a seamless transition to Premier League football.
Ex-Barcelona midfielder Xavi has revealed that his former manager is a big admirer of the on-loan Bournemouth star.
Ireland’s assistant boss didn’t mince his words on ITV last night.
“When I first arrived they were scraping around relegation, and by the time I left Roberto Mancini was splashing the cash.”
1977 was a pretty interesting year for the club – exemplified by their Cup Winners’ Cup adventure.