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Tevez strike fails to prevent Juve defeat while Sevilla trump Valencia

Check out the goals from the first legs of the Europa League semi-finals.

Brazilian striker Lima scored with this absolute rocket in the Europa League

The former Braga forward won the game for the Portuguese side in powerful style.

Ramires banned for the rest of the Premier League season

Brazilian accepts four-game ban after FA charge him with violent conduct.

Are Rangers in danger of going into administration again?

“In 140 years, the club’s gone into administration once; I don’t think it would survive a second one.”

Meyler ‘confident’ that Hull can stage an FA Cup final shock against Gunners

The Tigers meet Arsene Wenger’s side at Wembley on 17 May.

The Ballymena years: Brendan Rodgers’ first steps on his journey to top of the football world

Carnlough’s most famous son looks set to become the first Northern Irishman in 101 years to win a First Division title.

Snapshot: ‘The Chosen One’ banner has been removed from Old Trafford

The 20ft flag could end up in a museum after being taken down from the Stretford End.

Chelsea to play ‘weakened’ team in title showdown… but who will start against Liverpool?

Defeat at Anfield would mathematically end Chelsea’s title chances.

‘This has some legs’ — Sky Sports panel discuss Roy Keane to United story

Could the Corkman end up back at Carrington?

RTÉ’s three wise men have their say on Moyes and Man United’s next manager

Messrs Dunphy, Giles and Brady discussed the Scot’s sacking and the future of the club during last night’s Champions League coverage.

Real Madrid’s ‘athletes’ too much for Bayern, admits Guardiola

The La Liga heavyweights are in the driving seat ahead of the second leg.

18 and in the first team, Heaney shows Rovers’ Plan B in action

The 18-year-old won a penalty and scored the winner against Bray Wanderers on Monday night.

From The Daily Edge Irish Sky Sports presenter says “clean shite” on live telly Rachel Wyse

Irish Sky Sports presenter says “clean shite” on live telly

C’mon you guys. She meant “clean sheet”.

‘Hopefully I can show them what I’m about’ – Meyler eager to add to five Ireland caps

The Hull City midfielder is aiming to impress Martin O’Neill during this summer’s friendlies.

Soccer - Wednesday 23 April, 2014

Liverpool unveil exciting vision for the expansion of Anfield

The plans include extra seating in the Main Stand and Anfield Road Stand, resulting in a capacity of 54,000.

Bayern pass and pass and pass and pass – but it’s advantage Real thanks to this swift counter

Karim Benzema’s goal gives the Spaniards a slim advantage for next week’s return leg in Germany.

‘David will be hurting’ – Wilf McGuinness on how it feels to be sacked by United

We spoke to one man who knows how David Moyes feels.

As it happened: Real Madrid v Bayern Munich, Champions League

Real Madrid’s pursuit of la décima faced its toughest test yet. Here’s how tonight’s semi-final first leg panned out.

Ryan Giggs is not the right man to lead United, 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.

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.

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.

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.

FIFA suspends Barcelona transfer ban

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

Soccer - Tuesday 22 April, 2014

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.

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