Soccer - Today’s News
Santi Cazorla, Lionel Messi and John Terry all feature in this week’s lineup.
The midfielder had to withdraw from the action on 31 minutes and was replaced by Leon Osman after the problem arose.
Also, Anna Krien wins Sports Book of the Year and Ireland international Sean St Ledger finally finds a club.
It has not been the best of nights for Irish internationals in general.
…When really you’re killing it on Candy Crush.
The three judges went beyond the prosecutor’s request for an eight-month suspended term.
Iconic footballer is being treated in a Sao Paulo hospital.
Anna Krien’s book documents the rape trial of a young Australian Rules footballer.
Bayern Munich, Atlético Madrid and other contenders in this year’s competition.
The Spanish club revealed the redesign after announcing a three-year deal.
The Irish internationals will be at Portman Road until January.
Surprisingly, there’s no room for bearded gent Andrea Pirlo.
The PFAI Player of the Year met with the former Sligo Rovers manager but politely declined his offer.
The video is to coincide with the launch of World Sports Team.
Are these the world’s worst pitch invaders?
Martin O’Neill’s side are keeping good company.
Lampard praises Argentine striker as “different class”, though he still has a soft spot for old team-mate Didier Drogba
A video of the FAI chief singing a republican song caused quite a stir, but was it all blown out of proportion?
His criticism of the FAI Cup final was unhelpful, says the St Patrick’s Athletic boss.
Liverpool stumble once again, Messi and Ronaldo continue to thrill and other important issues.
The chief executive had previously apologised for any offence caused.
The winner of the prestigious prize, from seven nominees, will be announced on Thursday evening.
“To go a goal behind in this competition so early, you need a team that is together and has spirit.”
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
The autobiography overcame strong competition from other nominees, including Roy Keane’s memoir
Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen also made the knockout stages.
Brendan Rodgers’ side’s Champions League hopes took a blow following the concession of a late goal.
Arsenal can now top the group if they beat Galatasaray and Dortmund lose to Anderlecht.
Because we're sure he has enough socks this year...
Liverpool couldn’t afford a defeat if they were to remain in the competition, here’s all of the action as it happened.
The Chilean has been regularly tormenting the Dortmund defence this evening.
Rickie Lambert equalised on seven minutes Dani Abalo had given the hosts the lead.
It is the player’s first goal in 19 competitive appearances for the club.
Olympiakos stopper Roberto, shield your eyes now.
We’ll also have news on the Aviva dressing room and the National Athletics Awards.
‘Monday’s homework: sign Tó Madeira and Tonton Zola-Moukoko.’
Gavin Brennan and David Webster have both completed moves to Tallaght.
The German is in his seventh season with Borussia Dortmund but, just like his opposite number at Arsenal, his best days with the club may be behind him.
The Reds are coming into a must-win Champions League game after three consecutive defeats in the competition.
The chief executive released a statement last night in relation to the controversy over a video which showed him singing a Republican ballad.
The winner for the annual event will be announced on Wednesday evening, with Roy Keane and BOD among the nominees.
Jose Mourinho hailed another “complete” performance by Chelsea after they thrashed Schalke 5-0.
Soccer - Tuesday 25 November, 2014
Plus, that man Edinson Cavani scored twice as many goals as Ibra tonight.