Soccer - Saturday 11 February, 2017
The Gunners scraped to victory over the struggling Tigers, though the Chilean attacker benefited from the ball hitting his arm and going in.
Does anybody even know anymore?
The bitterness between the two clubs in the aftermath of the Saido Berahino transfer has taken a bizarre turn after the Baggies’ 1-0 win last weekend
The England striker is not giving up hope of hoisting the Premier League trophy aloft in May.
The Corkman made a £3million move during the transfer window.
Promising Irish teenager Sean Boyd chats to The42 ahead of the new League of Ireland season.
Soccer - Friday 10 February, 2017
Ever since taking over, Julian Nagelsmann has shown a remarkable astuteness in spite of the relentless pressure of the Bundesliga.
In a bizarre scenario, the Scottish club announced that Mark Warburton had stepped down contrary to other claims.
Nice’s Valentin Eysseric has suggested the mental aspect of his game is preventing him reaching his true potential.
Between 1991 and 1994, the club possessed a litany of excellent players and were an impressive side.
The former Gunners’ striker believes the 67-year-old will step down as Arsenal boss at the end of the season.
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Plus, Gareth Bale looks set to be fit for Wales’ crucial World Cup qualifier with Ireland in March.
The Premier League’s basement club are off to Manhattan later this month.
Plus, will Manchester United continue their remarkable unbeaten run?
The Catalan referred to the Bayern Munich defender as ‘one of the special people in my life’.
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The Real Madrid boss expects his Welsh winger back by 7 March.
Man United’s transfer policy has the manager and Ed Woodward in full agreement.
The Premier League side have punished the paper following the notorious ‘The Truth’ story in the wake of the 1989 disaster.
We’re also backing Man United to extend their unbeaten run.
The former Reds midfielder believes the whole mentality at the Anfield club must change if they are to achieve success.
The Foxes boss has sought to get two key figures firing again, with the reigning Premier League champions enduring a torrid defence of their crown.
Football fans have long thought Beckham was a bit of a fraud; this week it felt like everyone else caught up
Tommy Martin on David Beckham’s obsessive cultivation of his public image.
Hull arrive with Wenger under pressure and annoyed at the injustice of Chelsea’s opening goal.
Lilywhites full-back Sean Gannon was encouraged by what he saw of the club’s new signings on their recent trip to Spain.
Soccer - Thursday 9 February, 2017
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The head of Irish football is among the candidates vying for a seat on the Executive Committee.
The England international is enjoying life at Old Trafford once again after floundering during the regime of the veteran Dutch coach.
European football’s governing body will ask for 16 places at the tournament.
The latest world table has been released by football’s governing body this morning.
The Germany international wouldn’t have started for the 2003/04 side, according to Martin Keown
The Ireland boss also made fun of Graeme Le Saux.
The Hoops head coach has gone for players with the right character over natural ability as he looks to close the gap on Dundalk this season.
The defender has told his story to Liverpool’s in-house TV station.
Soccer - Wednesday 8 February, 2017
The Foxes got the better of Steve McClaren’s Derby County to progress to the Fifth Round.
Newcastle lead the way but a litany of sides are still immersed in the race towards top-flight football.
Meanwhile, Shaun Edwards, the defence coach of the Welsh team, said the coach was “great” for the sport.
Cesc Fabregas is feeling the effects of a faster-paced game, but will not give up on trying to meet the required intensity.
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Plus, it was another busy day of Sigerson Cup action.
Bernard O’Byrne has attacked the lack of transparency and openness before tomorrow’s ballot.