Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Two goals in the final six minutes was enough to secure all three points for the Dublin side.
The home side also finished with 10 men as Shane Duggan received a second yellow card, and his marching orders, for a dive.
Five goals and a red card mark the Wee County derby.
Striker Dinny Corcoran doubled Bohemians’ lead while Jason Byrne was also on the scoresheet.
We’ve got five league fixtures plus the FA Cup quarter-finals to look ahead to.
The United midfielder was booed at Wembley on Wednesday night.
We finally ditched the Liverpool striker as captain and what did he go and do?
You wouldn’t hear Jim White coming out with such filth, that’s for sure.
Judge Douglas Yau said the sentence sent a strong message against white-collar crime in the southern Chinese city.
The Hull City man had an operation this week.
After spending the last two years in Australia, the 30-year-old has joined the Leesiders for a third spell.
In the first of his weekly pieces for TheScore.ie, the former Shelbourne midfielder turned soccer analyst previews the SSE Airtricity League curtain-raiser.
Who’s your best signing? Who’s the best on the RTÉ couch? And, most importantly, where are you going to finish this season?
It’s gone a lot worse than he imagined, Moyes admits in a letter to season-ticket holders.
The domestic league season kicks off tonight and we’ve picked out the big talking points for you to track on opening weekend.
The veteran midfielder – who turned 35 last Sunday – is out of contract in June.
The champions open their title defence with a trip to Turner’s Cross this evening.
Soccer - Thursday 6 March, 2014
You can thank Daniel Agger for this one, Arsenal fans.
“When I see the players and the experience of the players and the clubs where they play, I don’t understand why one day it cannot happen.”
The sport will ‘never be the same’, if the top brands are to be believed.
Martin O’Neill’s side produced an uneven display against a superior Serbian side last night.
Belgium are hotly-tipped to go far at this year’s World Cup. Not with finishing like this they won’t.
Wales’ talisman inspired a 3-1 win by scoring one and setting up the other two.
The former Barcelona defender has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League
Giving away sloppy goals and not putting away clear-cut opportunities cost Ireland, according to the manager.
The St Patrick’s Athletic forward talks pre-season epidurals, ‘street footballer’ Chris Forrester and Martin O’Neill’s visit to Richmond Park.
Two second-half goals gave Serbia the spoils and saw Ireland fall to their first defeat of the Martin O’Neill era last night.
Soccer - Wednesday 5 March, 2014
Striker predicts a selection headache for Martin O’Neill after Wes Hoolahan’s man of the match performance.
Diego Costa made his debut for Spain tonight in Madrid.
Germany, Scotland, Poland, Georgia and Gibraltar were all in action tonight.
Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw caught the eye as Roy Hodgson’s side triumphed.
They have much more than just maple syrup in Canada, you know.
Shane Long scored one but could have had a hat-trick in tonight’s friendly.
Good news for the Ireland striker.
France won 2-0 with Karim Benzema also on the scoresheet.
The Hull striker nipped in to take a loose ball away from Branislav Ivanovic and produce a cool finish
The Liverpool owner also said that “contracts don’t seem to mean a lot in football”.
A much-hyped friendly between the last and next World Cup hosts lacked bite as the ‘Selecao’ exploited woeful Bafana Bafana defending