Monday 26 May, 2014
Michael Thomas won the title for Arsenal at Anfield 25 years ago while it’s 15 years since Man United’s smash-and-grab Champions League triumph.
The FAI’s chief executive maintains meetings with England, Scotland, Germany and Poland will attract supporters to the Aviva Stadium after an indifferent turn-out yesterday.
The Offaly golfer capped off a terrific 24 hours after his second place finish at Wentworth yesterday.
Speculation linking the Ireland manager and his assistant to club jobs doesn’t worry the FAI chief executive.
Sunday 25 May, 2014
The Norwich attacker has started three of Martin O’Neill’s four games in charge of Ireland.
Martin O’Neill’s men took on the Turks in the first of a series of summer friendlies.
John Delaney will be a happy man as his former club defeated Ballynanty Rovers 4-0 at the Aviva Stadium.
An away goal ended hopes of qualification to Euro 2000 for the Boys in Green.
RTÉ’s resident football anchor will call it a day after this summer’s World Cup finals.
The Aviva Stadium hosts St Michael’s v Ballynanty Rovers in the country’s biggest junior soccer competition this afternoon.
St Kevin’s Boys’ U15s are one of a number of all-conquering sides at the Dublin club.
Saturday 24 May, 2014
It’s was all-Spanish affair in the Portuguese capital as Atleti went in search of the double and Real aimed to finally clinch an elusive tenth European Cup.
Wednesday 21 May, 2014
Kris Boyd might be a slightly more realistic signing.
The opinionated pundit has stated on Twitter that he believes Sky’s tactics are ‘shameless’.
You lose… Good day, sir!
Tuesday 20 May, 2014
The Ireland manager has said he only wants players who are interested in lining out for the international team.
They don’t call him ‘The Iron Tulip’ for nothing, you know.
Monday 19 May, 2014
Something tells us Messi wouldn’t be up for this sort of thing.
The FA Cup winners will switch to Puma after two decades this summer.
We take a player-by-player look at how the season went for the Boys in Green ahead of the upcoming series of games.
Sunday 18 May, 2014
Some of our favourites including Mike McCarthy egg-shelling, Daniel Agger in Limerick and Paddy Barnes’s shameless self-promotion methonds.
Saturday 17 May, 2014
Irish midfielder Gary Dicker, currently a free agent, talks openly about the difficulties of securing a contract in the English Football League.
Friday 16 May, 2014
Peter Hutton takes Derry to Turner’s Cross, new leaders St Pat’s are on the road and Limerick host Dundalk.
Thursday 15 May, 2014
‘Ceasefire Massacre’ recently aired as part of ESPN’s latest World Cup series.
The vastly experienced scrum-half says he feels fit enough to continue for a couple more year.
The clip, made by Barcelona, also features rare footage of the defender from 1992.
Do you reckon he asked for a Shamrock on his ankle as a tribute to the Hoops…?
Wednesday 14 May, 2014
…Borini is in but Skrtel, Coutinho and Agger are nowhere to be seen.
Striker Hachim Mastour could be set to make his debut for the Serie A side this weekend.
The Reds take on Shamrock Rovers at Lansdowne Road and will debut their new second strip.
Benfica will be hoping to end a 52-year curse when they face Sevilla in Turin later.
Tuesday 13 May, 2014
Vicente del Bosque has announced a hugely impressive 30-man panel ahead of next month’s finals.
We’re having a hard time choosing our favourite.
Fans at White Hart Lane gave the German midfielder a huge cheer after he took out the man in the middle.
Don’t mess with this man in black.
The Liverpool boss picked up the top prize at the LMA’s annual dinner in London last night.