Soccer - Saturday 22 April, 2017
The side have gradually progressed in the Premier League era and are now being regarded as genuine title contenders.
Soccer - Friday 21 April, 2017
UCD close in on Waterford while Athlone overcome management woes to take all three points against Wexford
Waterford were held to a 0-0 draw against Cabinteely.
The result sees the Louth side overtake Finn Harps on the Premier Division table.
The Dubliner hit two tonight.
They beat Bohemians at Oriel Park.
Robbie Williams put Limerick in front in the first half.
The Premier Division leaders kept up their 100% record with a 3-0 win over St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park.
The Premier Division strugglers parted company with Dave Robertson earlier this month.
Plus, Chelsea to beat Tottenham in a penalty shootout.
Ireland international Louise Quinn has been left in limbo after Notts County’s ladies team folded today.
The defender was treated for gastroenteritis and could therefore miss Chelsea’s clash against Spurs tomorrow.
Chelsea and Tottenham meet at Wembley on Saturday, before Arsenal and Manchester City battle it out for their last chance of silverware.
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The Man United striker landed awkwardly on his knee during a Europa League clash last night.
The Portuguese coach was only officially named as first team manager last month.
Stan Collymore and others have paid tribute to the former Aston Villa footballer following the tragic news of his death.
Pep Guardiola will be without John Stones for Sunday’s FA Cup Semi-Final against Arsenal, but Gabriel Jesus will travel with the squad.
In his weekly column, John O’Sullivan makes the case for more off-the-field drama.
The Welsh star faces a race against time to be fit for Sunday’s potentially title-deciding La Liga clash with Barcelona.
The Red Devils will face Celta Vigo after progressing to the final four following an extra-time win over Anderlecht at Old Trafford.
The draw took place in Nyon this morning.
The club’s record goalscorer was once again overlooked last night.
Tommy Martin asks what next after Leicester City, the Honey G of this year’s competition, took their final bow this week.
The Tottenham U23 coach collapsed at training yesterday.
The incident was not ‘terror-related’, according to German police.
They’re currently in fourth place but Rodrigo Tosi believes Willie Boland’s side can strive for more.
“The news is fairly negative I think,” said the Manchester United boss.
Soccer - Thursday 20 April, 2017
Lyon ended the Europa League dream of Turkey’s Besiktas in an epic penalty shoot-out in Istanbul.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was forced off injured tonight with what looked a serious injury.
Marcus Rashford was the hero, as he won the game in extra time for his side.
The OFC Nations Cup champions are taking on the SSE Airtricity League First Division club days after a friendly with Northern Ireland.
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The Cork City midfielder has learned that satisfaction as a professional footballer doesn’t require living abroad.
Conor Kearns was featured on the Sky Sports show following his memorable bicycle kick.
Man United took on Anderlecht, as they attempted to progress to the semi-finals.
He was coaching Tottenham’s U23s when he fell ill.
We highlight the players who were unlucky to miss out on the official PFA selection.
The Liverpool boss says 18-year-old Cork native Caoimhin Kelleher has been making “really big steps” at the club.
Jurgen Klopp’s side will play Sydney FC in Australia next month, with a number of former Reds stars linking up with the first-team squad.
Alex Schalk also received a two-game ban for the tumble.
The former Cork City striker has swapped Central Coast Mariners for their arch rivals in the A-League.