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Dublin: 6 °C Saturday 29 November, 2014

#Editor's picks

# editors-picks - Friday 15 August, 2014

‘I’d need a day to go through what I’ve learned’ – Ronan O’Gara

The Racing Métro coach is gradually growing comfortable with life off the pitch, he tells TheScore.ie in Paris.

Analysis: Why Seamus Coleman is now regarded as one of Europe’s top full-backs

The Irish international is set to be an integral part of Everton’s campaign, after excelling last year.

# editors-picks - Wednesday 13 August, 2014

Analysis: What can we expect from Liverpool this season?

Brendan Rodgers must build on last season’s superb league performance while also manage a European odyssey.

# editors-picks - Monday 11 August, 2014

Analysis: Ireland show depth to seal first-ever World Cup semi-final

We’ve picked apart the tries Lynne Cantwell’s team scored in their final pool fixture against Kazakhstan

Your GAA weekend review GAA

Your GAA weekend review

Have you dried off? Let’s relive another memorable couple of days.

# editors-picks - Saturday 9 August, 2014

John Gardiner column: Hurling careers are short and the prize on Sunday is massive GAA

John Gardiner column: Hurling careers are short and the prize on Sunday is massive

TheScore.ie’s hurling columnist says Limerick won’t lack confidence against Kilkenny

# editors-picks - Thursday 7 August, 2014

The cult Premier League teams we loved: Nottingham Forest 1994/95

Stan Collymore and Bryan Roy were the box-office hits but this was an all-round impressive side.

Analysis: Ireland’s defence lays foundation for historic World Cup win

Work rate, intelligence and breakdown technique were all vital components against New Zealand.

7 steps to a successful Fantasy Football team

Fed up with constantly finishing bottom of your league? Read our guide on all things FF-related.

# editors-picks - Tuesday 5 August, 2014

16 images from Ireland’s amazing World Cup win over the Black Ferns

Outta the way, Kazakhstan. We’re headed for the semi-finals.

# editors-picks - Monday 4 August, 2014

Your weekend GAA round up

Mayo, Kerry, Monaghan and Armagh all progressed in the senior football championship while there were wins for Donegal and Mayo at minor level and the Poc Fada was postponed.

# editors-picks - Saturday 2 August, 2014

This modest looking shed houses some of Ireland’s most dedicated young Olympians

Come on into to see how our pentathletes roll.

# editors-picks - Monday 28 July, 2014

John Gardiner – Daly’s future, Wexford’s exit while Limerick and Tipperary march on

TheScore.ie’s hurling columnist looks back at yesterday’s showdowns in Thurles.

# editors-picks - Sunday 27 July, 2014

Paul Kimmage: ‘The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice’

The Irish journalist is the subject of a new documentary about his troubled relationship with the sport of cycling.

‘I was called disgusting and sadistic but lots of them are doing it again’ The Race This post contains videos

‘I was called disgusting and sadistic but lots of them are doing it again’

David Burns is hoping to help northwest Donegal rival Sahara and Death Valley as an endurance event destination

# editors-picks - Friday 25 July, 2014

Player burnout no problem if you ‘do all the small things right’… and eat plenty of steak

Cork dual star Aidan Walsh is well placed to voice his method of combating fatigue as he aims to play nine inter-county fixtures in 12 summer weeks.

‘I was taken by the fact that he’s such an outsider’ – Adrian McCarthy on his upcoming Paul Kimmage film

A new film explores the Irish journalist’s crusade against doping in cycling, his relationship with Lance Armstrong and more.

# editors-picks - Thursday 24 July, 2014

Analysis: What 3-4-3 means for Manchester United this season

Louis Van Gaal has already made minor changes since arriving but what can we expect from the new formation?

Analysis: Brumbies’ breakdown work gives them shot against Waratahs

We use GIFs and screenshots to examine the positive influence Laurie Fisher has had on the Brumbies.

# editors-picks - Monday 21 July, 2014

Jimmy’s winning matches (again) and the rest of Sunday’s best GAA images In Pics This post contains images

Jimmy’s winning matches (again) and the rest of Sunday’s best GAA images

There were four provincial titles up for grabs at minor and senior in Leinster and Ulster.

5 talking points from the weekend’s GAA action

From Dublin’s dominance to Clare’s failure to hold out in Ennis.

Your GAA Championship weekend review GAA

Your GAA Championship weekend review

We had qualifier drama aplenty, provincial silverware, Garth Brooksm stale porter and much more besides.

# editors-picks - Sunday 20 July, 2014

‘Dreams of Andrea Pirlo and the day my World Cup sticker-collecting hopes ended’

639 spaces to fill, 30 days to complete the album and one person to undertake the task. They said it was impossible. They were right.

Louis Van Gaal’s personality already gives him an advantage at Manchester United

The Dutchman’s first press conference gave an early indication of his arrogance & self-assurance.

Slow-mo replays, place-kicking and the World Cup; the week’s best sportswriting

There are also pieces on rugby coaching and Scottish travails.

# editors-picks - Saturday 19 July, 2014

Uncaged: Breaking down the Irish challenge at UFC Fight Night Dublin

Thousands of Irish MMA fans will pack out Dublin’s O2 tonight. Resident UFC man Brian Kirk takes a close look at the men the home crowd will be cheering on.

Why was Sean O’Brien in the Wexford dressing room last week? That’s just Liam Dunne’s way

They were Dancing at the Crossroads after beating Clare – but how will Wexford fare against Waterford tonight?

# editors-picks - Friday 18 July, 2014

Opinion: Why Philipp Lahm is one of the greatest players of his generation

Pep Guardiola has described him as “the most intelligent footballer I have ever managed.”

The former Irish football referee who’s running the show at UFC Dublin MMA

The former Irish football referee who’s running the show at UFC Dublin

We sat down with UFC director of brand, communications and events David Allen to talk about fight week and his past in the League of Ireland.

# editors-picks - Wednesday 16 July, 2014

McGregor the star attraction at packed-out UFC Dublin fan day

Irish MMA supporters turned up in their droves to the Royal Hospital Kilmainham today.

5 issues new Man United manager Louis van Gaal needs to address

Today was the Dutchman’s first official day in the job.

Here’s what Ireland’s team for the 2018 World Cup might look like

A number of the current squad are likely to still be eligible should the Irish team reach Russia in four years’ time.

# editors-picks - Tuesday 15 July, 2014

Check out this class video of all the World Cup goals in flip book form

This will hopefully help cure your burgeoning thirst for football in the tournament’s absence.

A tactical breakdown of where the 2014 World Cup final was won and lost

A patient game from Germany eventually yielded its rewards, as they beat Argentina 1-0.

Power ranking the 17 best moments of the 2014 World Cup

Featuring Christ the Redeemer, Lionel Messi, James Rodriguez and more.

Analysis: The best young players at the 2014 World Cup

It’s a highly competitive field but who makes our special XI?

5 things Martin O’Neill and Ireland can learn from the 2014 World Cup

Squad depth is more important than ever and other noteworthy points.

# editors-picks - Friday 11 July, 2014

Here’s everything you need to know about the RDS redevelopment

Leinster’s home ground will see its capacity increased to 25,000 by 2017.

# editors-picks - Wednesday 2 July, 2014

World Cup party moves on from Recife leaving calm after the storm

Mikey Stafford checks in from the northern Brazilian city, where the action is now finished.

# editors-picks - Monday 30 June, 2014

Why THAT James Rodriguez strike is the greatest goal I’ve ever seen

From his off-the-ball movement to his rocket of a left foot volley. The Colombian provided the most thrilling version of perfection.