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Soccer - Today’s News

Is the Manchester derby finally a rivalry worth the name again?

City have beaten United in five out of the last six Premier League clashes between the pair, but Louis van Gaal is closing the gap as they prepare for Sunday’s meeting.

Steven Gerrard: I could leave Liverpool in the summer

The Anfield club’s captain insists he will not be retiring in the summer, meaning an exit could be on the cards

Happy Halloween: Here’s 7 sports injuries that sent us crying for our mammy

CAUTION: We’re not messing. Some of these are really hard to watch.

‘Individual achievements will mean nothing if there is no medal at the end of it’ – Conan Byrne

The St. Pat’s midfielder and his team mates are out to end 53 years of heartache this Sunday.

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Magic Johnson and Vincent Tan are part of the ownership group of the latest MLS franchise

LA FC will begin competing in the league from 2017 onwards.

Soccer - Yesterday’s News

Brendan Rodgers: No need to protect off-form Mario Balotelli

The Liverpool manager insists he does not need to pay special attention to the fiery Italy international, who clashed with Jonjo Shelvey during their League Cup tie at Anfield.

Looking for a sports Halloween costume? Here are 8 ideas that will impress your mates

You’ll be the talk of the party if you rock up looking like Miguel Angel Jimenez.

Roy Keane: ‘Scholes too humble for TV interview? He just couldn’t be bothered’

‘Well, he’s doing it now, isn’t he? Maybe there’s more money involved now.’

We’ll Leave It There So: Donal Óg’s dickie bow, Roy’s reality TV & all today’s sport

Catch up on all of the biggest stories of the day including John Delaney’s mistakes and an injury blow for Joe Schmidt.

Manchester City ready to join Bayern in scramble for Reus signature

Bayern Munich sparked Europe-wide interest in the Germany forward by revealing a buy-out clause in his BVB contract, thus prompting the English champions into action

Manuel Neuer went on another one of his fun runs last night

The German keeper gets very antsy when he stays on his line too long.

Stephen Keshi to return as Nigeria boss two weeks after being sacked

The team has a lot of work to do to qualify for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations.

Celtic midfielder handed seven match ban after being found guilty of using racist insult Ban

Celtic midfielder handed seven match ban after being found guilty of using racist insult

The club have announced they will appeal the decision.

Liam Miller is on the move again after being released by Brisbane Roar

The Irish international left the A-League champions by mutual consent.

This LEGO masterpiece will whet your appetite ahead of Sunday’s Manchester derby

The Top-5 City/United moments brick-by-brick.

Spanish legend Raul comes out of retirement to sign for New York Cosmos

His playing days aren’t over just yet.

British MP makes bizarre claim that Mario Balotelli was at the House of Commons this morning

Italian was allegedly mistaken for a ’55 year-old dancer’.

Mind the gap! Wenger lends voice to London Underground announcements

It’s all in aid of London Poppy Day.

These are the 6 nominees for Irish Sports Book of the Year 2014

The winner will be announced at a gala event on Wednesday 26 November.

Motty wrote a lovely letter to an aspiring sports journalist back in 1988…

…and they now work alongside each other at the Beeb.

Sturridge: My recurring injuries could be hereditary

The Liverpool forward admits that his family have always suffered with muscle problems while he also hopes to strike up a partnership with Mario Balotelli when he regains fitness

Roy Keane: ‘I’ve had the Celebrity Big Brother offers and the jungle stuff’

The Republic of Ireland assistant coach also revealed he’s not a fan of Gone Girl.

Martinez insists Darron Gibson’s latest injury is nothing to worry about

We may not need to deploy Paul Green in the engine room after all.

John Delaney accepts that ‘mistakes were made’ over ticket allocation for Scotland game

The statement comes after news that the Scottish FA would not be releasing more tickets for the upcoming Euro qualifier.

Scarf-wielding supporter run across pitch and slaps Bayern Munich’s Franck Ribery Whack This post contains videos

Scarf-wielding supporter run across pitch and slaps Bayern Munich’s Franck Ribery

The French international clearly isn’t popular in Hamburg.

Man United agree permanent €56 million Falcao deal

Terms have been established and signed on the transfer with a €305,000-a-week salary agreed.

One scoop for me, please! Suarez served up a delicious assist for Pique last night Suarez This post contains videos

One scoop for me, please! Suarez served up a delicious assist for Pique last night

Barca won the first Catalan Super Cup on penos last night.

Keith Long is the new Bohemians manager

The former Athlone boss is on his way to Dalymount.

‘He did very well’ – O’Neill impressed by new boy Lenihan

The Hull City full-back has been once again named in the senior squad.

Soccer - Wednesday 29 October, 2014

Lamela and Kane put Spurs through to quarter-finals

Tottenham were 2-0 winners over Brighton Hove & Albion.

Rio Ferdinand banned for three matches after derogatory Twitter comments Ban

Rio Ferdinand banned for three matches after derogatory Twitter comments

The QPR defender has also been fined £25,000.

Holders Man City crash out of Capital One Cup to under-strength Newcastle

Manuel Pellegrini’s side lost 2-0 to the Magpies at home.

Shane Long scored his first goal for Southampton tonight

It has taken the Tipperary native 13 matches but he found the back of the net in the win over Stoke.

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We’ll Leave It There So: Ticket upset for Irish fans, the Ed Sheeran effect & all today’s sport

Catch up on all of the biggest stories of the day including the latest on Jack Grealish and Ireland.

Peter Schmeichel believes Manchester City are now a bigger club than United

The great Dane thinks that the power has shifted in Manchester over the last few years.

FAI disappointed with Scottish FA over ticket allocation

Many regular Ireland away fans have failed to secure tickets for next month’s Euro 2016 qualifier at Celtic Park.

O’Neill: We will go to Celtic Park full of confidence thanks to Germany equaliser

The Ireland boss believes the world champions will still top Group D despite their under-par performances, however.

Ancelotti: It’s impossible to shut Sepp Blatter up’

The Real Madrid boss is also heavily backing Cristiano Ronaldo to win another Ballon d’Or in January.

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