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Today’s News

Roma unaroused by players’ strip club visit

Russian press reports on Wednesday claimed that some of the Serie A club’s players visited ‘Egoist Gold’.

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Yesterday’s News

Spurs and Celtic both into the Europa League last 32 despite contrasting results

Spurs squeaked by Partizan while Celtic lost at home to Salzburg.

Dave Whelan is in trouble with the FA for the controversial remarks he made last week

Whelan attempted to defend Malky Mackay… but it all went south from there.

Pele is ‘conscious and talking’ in hospital after being moved to special care unit

Iconic footballer is being treated in a Sao Paulo hospital but his agent has given a postive update on his health

Spurs’ Europa League game was thrown into disarray after three first half pitch invasions

You would think the stewards would get wise after the second incursion.

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No words seem right – Phillip Joel Hughes, Cap 408, will forever remain 63 not out RIP

No words seem right – Phillip Joel Hughes, Cap 408, will forever remain 63 not out

A tragic accident has left cricket in a communal state of numbness and disbelief, writes Ryan Bailey.

All systems go for the UFC’s first European stadium show (sorry, it’s not Croker) Swede Dreams This post contains videos

All systems go for the UFC’s first European stadium show (sorry, it’s not Croker)

While Conor McGregor’s quest for a stadium event in Ireland is still a pipe-dream, it’s very much a reality for fans in Sweden.

5 sets of sisters involved as Cork club chase first All-Ireland title against Donegal opponents

Mourneabbey square off against Termon in Sunday’s senior decicer.

Do you agree with our Champions League team of the week?

Santi Cazorla, Lionel Messi and John Terry all feature in this week’s lineup.

Kiss confident of Chris Henry return, but ‘most important thing is getting back on his feet’

Ireland’s assistant coach cautioned against putting a time-frame on the flanker’s return to the field.

McCarthy suffers another hamstring blow as Everton earn Europa League qualification

The midfielder had to withdraw from the action on 31 minutes and was replaced by Leon Osman after the problem arose.

We’ll Leave It There So: Sport stunned by Hughes’ death, Pele in special care and all today’s sport

Also, Anna Krien wins Sports Book of the Year and Ireland international Sean St Ledger finally finds a club.

Unfortunate Aiden McGeady miss is unfortunate

It has not been the best of nights for Irish internationals in general.

‘It’s okay to have a bit of nerves’ – McGregor and his SBG team-mates’ sports psychologist

David Mullins has worked with many fighters in the SGB stable as well as John Kavanagh.

There are 14 places for backs in Ireland’s World Cup squad, but who’ll get them?

The centre and wing positions look to have the most for Joe Schmidt to think about.

‘He beat me to it by three minutes’ – Hogan on losing Kilkenny hurling retirement race to Taggy

Brian Hogan talks retirement, his Kilkenny hurling career and his career highlight.

Footballer Brandao jailed for Motta headbutt

The three judges went beyond the prosecutor’s request for an eight-month suspended term.

Pick Six: Mossy Quinn v TheScore.ie – NFL week 13

We’ve asked the Vincent’s star to call six of this weeks’ NFL games.

Ripped legs? You better believe it

You’re not thinking of skipping leg day are you?

‘Night Games’ is the William Hill Sports Book of the Year

Anna Krien’s book documents the rape trial of a young Australian Rules footballer.

Connacht reward homegrown ‘heroes’ with two-year contracts

Pat Lam says that keeping local players involved in Connacht is an inspiration for the next generation.

Power ranking the 8 teams most likely to win the Champions League

Bayern Munich, Atlético Madrid and other contenders in this year’s competition.

Madrid cut cross from crest after deal with Abu Dhabi bank

The Spanish club revealed the redesign after announcing a three-year deal.

Sean St Ledger and Noel Hunt have both joined Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich

The Irish internationals will be at Portman Road until January.

Wales go hunting for overdue win over Springboks without George North

South Africa named a side showing eight changes from the win over Italy.

‘Even when he couldn’t train, Kieran’s had a big influence’ – Stephen Stack

His club manager discusses the impact of Kieran Donaghy on Austin Stacks’ Munster campaign.

Zlatan picks Zlatan to lead his ‘dream team’, nicknames himself God

Surprisingly, there’s no room for bearded gent Andrea Pirlo.

Fagan turned down better offer from Paul Cook’s Chesterfield to stick with Pat’s

The PFAI Player of the Year met with the former Sligo Rovers manager but politely declined his offer.

The 31 inter-county stars headed off today on the Allstar football trip to Boston

The game takes place in Canton, Boston on Saturday.

Remembering the classic UFC bout between Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz

The welterweights met in a highly-anticipated main event at UFC 143 in Las Vegas.

No rest for Rory Best while Olding and Hanrahan named fullbacks for Munster v Ulster

Tomorrow night’s inter-pro is shaping up to be a cracker.

BOD, Paul McGrath, Donal Walsh and 13 GAA stars in Gizzy Lyng’s brilliant hurling video

The video is to coincide with the launch of World Sports Team.

‘Don’t mind us, we’re just trying to get some close-ups of Cristiano’

Are these the world’s worst pitch invaders?

England axe Farrell for Australia clash, Cheika makes three changes

‘Sorry, son. We’re going with George and Billy Twelvetrees’.

Australia’s Daily Telegraph has retired tomorrow’s back page in memory of Phil Hughes RIP

Australia’s Daily Telegraph has retired tomorrow’s back page in memory of Phil Hughes

Irish cricket “stunned and saddened” by Hughes’ tragic death.

Egypt, Ireland, Zambia: The latest Fifa world rankings are out

Martin O’Neill’s side are keeping good company.

How good is Aguero? Frank Lampard puts him ‘in that bracket’ with Messi and Ronaldo

Lampard praises Argentine striker as “different class”, though he still has a soft spot for old team-mate Didier Drogba

Aviva damage caused by Aussie staffer unable to open a door properly

The ARU say they offered to help with any repair costs.

‘The Bash’ Daly loses out in three-round TUF quarter-final

The Dubliner was defeated by Californian Jessica Penne on last night’s episode.

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