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Today’s News

Dan Martin finishes second in gripping Fleche Wallonne finish

“With a few hundred metres to go I did think I might have had it.”

Analysis: Toulon combine freakish power with clever twists, but Munster can cope

We’ve examined the Toulon attack, using GIFs and videos to illustrate the threat Rob Penney’s men face on Sunday.

LIVE: Real Madrid v Bayern Munich, Champions League

Real Madrid’s pursuit of la décima faces its toughest test yet. Join us for live coverage of tonight’s semi-final first leg.

Ryan Giggs is not the right man to lead United job, says former teammate

‘I’d go for Klopp,’ says the former centre half, David May.

Adnan Januzaj has committed his international future to Belgium

Manager Marc Wilmots has confirmed that the Manchester United attacker has chosen to represent his country of birth.

‘Conor Murray can handle out-half pressure if Munster come calling’ – James Hart

The Grenoble scrum-half knows a thing or two about facing the Top 14′s best following his breakthrough season with Grenoble.

Tears for Andy Murray after receiving freedom of home town at his old school Dunblane High

“I’m going to keep this very short because there’s a good chance I’ll get emotional,” said the 26 year-old.

Roche, Martin and Deignan confirmed as Irish riders for Giro D’Italia

The four Irish riders, including Chris Juul Jensen will battle it out with 217 other riders for the pink jersey.

Man Utd shares jump 6% after manager Moyes booted

Shares of the popular British football team, traded on the New York Stock Exchange, leaped in opening trade and rose to $19.18.

Here’s our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Team of the Week

After a bonus round of games on Easter Monday, we have a bonus Team of the Week for you.

Time to support players emotional wellbeing as GAA launches new mental health pack GAA

Time to support players emotional wellbeing as GAA launches new mental health pack

The packs allow users to tune their mental fitness while on the go thanks to a mental fitness app created by Inspire Ireland.

Simon Hick: Big men, big budgets — rugby won’t survive 10 years of Toulon domination

If Mourad Boudjellal’s side win a second straight European title, others will start following their gameplan.

Moyes will always be ‘incredibly proud’ of having managed Manchester United

After being sacked yesterday, the ex Manchester United manager has spoken out.

Paul Scholes makes United return to assist Ryan Giggs

The ex-England international has previously helped Nicky Butt in coaching the club’s under-21 team.

Paul O’Connell compares Toulon with All Blacks ahead of Munster semi final

The veteran lock says the Heineken Cup champions are better than the side that beat his province heavily in France in 2011.

Carlo Ancelotti in frame for Manchester United job – reports

Several British newspapers said that the Italian was being considered for the vacancy, along with Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal.

Ireland to play Australia in one-off International Rules Test

The clash will take place at Paterson Stadium in Perth this November.

FIFA suspends Barcelona transfer ban

Football’s world body announced the decision in a statement released this morning.

UCD set to host Global American Football event

Penn Manor Comets and Cedar Cliff Colts will compete a day before the Croke Park Classic takes place.

Jason Quigley turns pro after signing up with Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy

The Donegal boxer surrendered his national title in February, sparking speculation he was to leave the amateur ranks.

Do people think Ryan Giggs will do a good job as Manchester United boss?

The veteran winger will take charge with Nicky Butt as his assistant.

VIDEO: Samoan rugby player sparks roars of laughter after his dive is exposed

Let us hope the reaction of the crowd prevents any copycat attempts in the future.

Former Limerick boss Donal O’Grady speaks out on ‘efforts to discredit me’

Having stepped down from his role with the Treaty County, O’Grady defended himself on RTE’s Morning Ireland show.

Mourinho threatens to play weakened Chelsea team against Liverpool

The Blues boss made the claim following his side’s dour 0-0 draw with Atletico Madrid last night.

6 problems the new Manchester United manager needs to solve

Leaking info to the press and other issues at the club that need to be addressed.

‘Under the radar’ Donegal targeting summer success ahead of Division 2 final

Forward Patrick McBrearty says his teammates are giving Monaghan their full concentration in the lead-up to Sunday’s clash at Croke Park.

‘The emphasis is always about staying calm’ – O’Gara on Dublin’s killer comebacks

Eoghan O’Gara has thrust himself into contention for a Championship start with 3-5 in the league this season.

The pros and cons of Manchester United appointing Ryan Giggs as manager

The Welsh international could yet be in the mix for the top job if he gets a response from the ailing squad.

JJ Hanrahan, Rob Kearney and Jonny Sexton up for 2014 Try of the Year Best Tries This post contains a poll

JJ Hanrahan, Rob Kearney and Jonny Sexton up for 2014 Try of the Year

We have video clips of the three scores and want to know which one you think is best.

5 talking points ahead of tonight’s Real Madrid-Bayern Munich Champions League semi-final

Can Gareth Bale repeat Copa del Rey heroics and other questions ahead of this evening’s clash.

Yesterday’s News

Here’s what the morning papers have to say about Moyes and his potential successors

Alex Ferguson to help pick the new manager? Roy Keane targeted as assistant boss? Read on.

Win over Bolton sees Premier League-bound Foxes crowned champions

Lloyd Dyer’s goal helped Leicester City to a 1-0 victory meaning they claimed the Championship title this evening.

Twitter was largely unimpressed with tonight’s Atletico-Chelsea game

A dull 0-0 draw led to several complaints on the social networking site.

Ultra-defensive Chelsea shut up shop against Atleti but see injuries mount

The Blues came away from the Vincente Calderon with a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final tonight.

Good news for Liverpool, as Terry and Cech to miss must-win Anfield trip

Chelsea were dealt two considerable blows in their Champions League semi-final with Atletico Madrid.

Here’s what Eamon Dunphy thinks of United’s sacking of David Moyes

The Irish pundit believes the next manager at Old Trafford should be someone with a “proven track record”.

Roy Keane: Manchester United players ‘should be ashamed of themselves’

The former Red Devils midfielder is on Champions League duty for ITV this evening.

Hanrahan making ‘really good progress’ as Munster get set for Toulon

The 21-year-old was at the squad’s training session in Cork today, while Casey Laulala’s recovery has gone to plan.

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