Adam Hurrey of @FootballCliches fame chats to us about Andy Townsend, the language of Sunday League football and more.
Wayne Smith is back with the AB’s once again.
The Munster back is out of contract at the end of the season.
Having enjoyed a phenomenal 2014, many would have expected the Dubliner to appear at the ceremony.
The Premier League club bounced back from a five-game losing streak on Saturday with a 3-0 home triumph over Everton.
The evidence against Armitage doesn’t paint a very good picture.
Could Seattle become the first team in ten years to win back-to-back Super Bowls.
There had been a feeling of anticipation in German football and success in Brazil made perfect sense.
Martin Skrtel claimed an equaliser with an emphatic late header against Arsenal yesterday.
They spared no expense on the detail…
The rugby legend was commended for his fantastic year.
The Wicklow native’s future at the club is in doubt following the manager’s latest comments.
Nine-year old Cody Nolan will be a guest in the striker’s private box at the Aviva.
In case you’re in need of a last-minute Christmas gift, one of these fine reads should do the trick.
The Sky host got more than a little excited when Hartlepool scored.
‘Night Games,’ ‘The Test,’ ‘The Race to Truth and more of this year’s most memorable work.
Watch the highlights of Round 10 of the Pro12 here.
Cork landed the big prizes but did you pay attention elsewhere?
It’s that time of the year again.
It was a memorable year for the Deise.
We’ve taken a look at the GAA books that could solve a present dilemma for you.
The striker has played just three games this season.
Meanwhile, Joe Schmidt was named Manager of the Year and Brian O’Driscoll entered the Hall of Fame.
You’ll be damned if you do and damned if you don’t.
Still, at least the view was decent.
Brendan Rodgers’ experimentation with Raheem Sterling needs to stop while the Arsenal defence needs surgery.
There are just two weeks left in the regular season, join us for all the action.
There was success on the water and in hurling for the Lilywhites this year.
Michael Carruth, Kenny Egan and Jimmy McGee put the boxer’s achievements in context.
Mind those soggy bottoms.
There was late drama at Anfield.
Don’t ever change, Eamon.
Adam Johnson was the Grinch who stole Christmas from Newcastle fans.
The replay will take place next Sunday.
We were at Anfield to see if Brendan Rodgers’ side could return to the top half of the table.
Liam Williams initially refused to apologise.
It’s a first defeat since October.
The Eurostep is a quick two-step change in direction.
It’s one way to pay tribute to the Portuguese star.