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Football

# football - Monday 17 March, 2014

Mourinho: Referee Foy should be kept away from Chelsea

The Premier League leaders’ title hopes suffered a setback when they were beaten 1-0 at Villa Park on Saturday.

# football - Saturday 15 March, 2014

David Moyes: Liverpool are favourites tomorrow

“You know what we are. We are a work in progress. We are looking to make changes in time.”

Chelsea can handle the pressure, claims Cech

The league leaders take on Aston Villa this afternoon.

# football - Friday 14 March, 2014

Bray slay Sligo at Carlisle Grounds as Byrne proves the hero

Alan Mathews pocketed his first triumph as Wanderers boss.

Ozil set for four-week absence

January signing Kim Kallstrom could make his debut in Sunday’s derby against Tottenham however.

Benfica boss ‘lacked class’, fumes Tim Sherwood after Spurs defeat

The managers tangled on the White Hart Lane touchline last night.

# football - Thursday 13 March, 2014

Chris Hughton ‘disappointed’ to be only black manager in top four divisions

Chris Powell’s sacking as Charlton Athletic boss leaves the former Ireland international as the only non-white manager in the top 92 clubs.

Daniel Agger: Liverpool can handle title pressure

The Danish centre half reckons the Reds can go one better than Rafa Benitez’s side in 2009.

# football - Wednesday 12 March, 2014

‘Bayern will be unwatchable like Barca’ warns unimpressed Beckenbauer

Pep Guardiola would wanna watch out, according to Der Kaiser.

# football - Monday 10 March, 2014

Lazio lose at near-empty stadium as irate fans ramp up protest against president

Banners in the 82,000-seater Stadio Olimpico read ‘It’s him or us’ and ‘Today, only him’.

Insane, idiotic own goal tops off easy win for league-leading Real Madrid

Nikos Karabelas joined the scoring party after Los Blancos raced clear through Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcelo.

# football - Sunday 9 March, 2014

Last-gasp point keeps Donegal top of Division 2 as Monaghan and Galway win

Meath were denied at the death by a superb Michael Murphy free.

German midfielder convinces referee NOT to award his team a penalty

Aaron Hunt admitted he was seeking a spot-kick when he tumbled to the turf but he had a change of heart.

# football - Saturday 8 March, 2014

McMillan snatches late winner as Sligo fightback stuns Athlone

John Russell was the architect of the Bit O’Red’s comeback.

All the goals as Manchester United beat West Brom 3-0

The champions looked something close to their best again.

# football - Friday 7 March, 2014

Kavanagh rockets home first goal of Airtricity season as Bohs topple UCD

Striker Dinny Corcoran doubled Bohemians’ lead while Jason Byrne was also on the scoresheet.

David Moyes condemns England fans’ Tom Cleverley petition

The United midfielder was booed at Wembley on Wednesday night.

Duff’s Fulham future uncertain after season ended by injury

The veteran midfielder – who turned 35 last Sunday – is out of contract in June.

# football - Thursday 6 March, 2014

England can win World Cup, insists Mourinho

“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.”

De Boer turned down Liverpool, Tottenham, says brother

The former Barcelona defender has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League

# football - Wednesday 5 March, 2014

Former Romania international Popescu jailed for three years

The former Tottenham and Barcelona defender was found guilty of money laundering and tax evasion in relation to 12 transfers.

# football - Tuesday 4 March, 2014

Backheels, flicks and thumping goals: Zizou Zidane has still got it, baby

The defending was shocking, the goalkeepers were looking to swap jerseys but the classy Frenchman remained classy throughout.

Here’s all you need to know about the World Cup in 100 seconds

Except what FIFA’s 33rd team will be up to when the rest of the world are checking out Brazil and the boys.

Messi will never be Maradona, says Enrique

“There will never be anyone like Maradona again, not even if Messi wins three World Cups in succession or scores a bicycle kick from midfield.”

# football - Monday 3 March, 2014

Moyes target Ginter ‘honoured’ by United links

The Old Trafford club are on the lookout for a new central defender as captain Nemanja Vidic is set to join Inter Milan.

Solskjaer reveals Tan team talk before Cardiff’s latest loss

The controversial Malaysian businessman couldn’t inspire his side before the Spurs game.

# football - Sunday 2 March, 2014

Alan Freeman steers Mayo to victory over Kerry

The Kingdom failed to register a score for the final 20 minutes of play.

Sligo too good for Offaly, Roscommon annihilate Limerick and Longford pip Fermanagh

Longford edged out Fermanagh and Cavan had too much firepower for a disappointing Wexford side.

‘Rested’ Richard Dunne out of Ireland squad ahead of Serbia clash

Martin O’Neill will have to plan without the QPR defender ahead of this week’s friendly at the Aviva Stadium.

Arsenal’s capitulation to Stoke was all too much for this tearful Gunner

After complaining about ‘that stupid little grin’ on Olivier Giroud’s face, the supporter realised he had something in his eye.

# football - Saturday 1 March, 2014

Suarez-inspired Liverpool overcome Southampton to go second

The Uruguayan’s 62nd goal in the top flight ended a run of nearly seven hours without finding the net

Reid, Doyle and Elliot ruled out of Serbia friendly

Martin O’Neill has no plans to call up any replacements though.

Phil Neville: Rotation is the key for Januzaj to become a great player

Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj needs to be managed carefully to ensure he fulfils his huge potential.

Rodgers hails ‘remarkable team player’ Suarez as goals dry up for star striker

The Uruguayan’s four games without a goal is a barren spell by his standards.

Sunderland captain O’Shea follows winning footsteps of Keane, Carr and Whelan

The Black Cats’ leader could become the seventh Irishman to lead his club to a cup win at Wembley.

# football - Friday 28 February, 2014

Villas-Boas ‘dreams’ of taking over at Real Madrid or Barcelona AVB

Villas-Boas ‘dreams’ of taking over at Real Madrid or Barcelona

The former Chelsea and Spurs boss is setting his sights high for a job next season.

‘He wrote a goodbye letter, didn’t he?’ Rodgers closes the door on Reina return

Pepe Reina remains under contract at Anfield but Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers doesn’t see him coming back.

Hernandez: Comment ‘nothing to do with RVP’ RVP

Hernandez: Comment ‘nothing to do with RVP’

The United strikers are getting along just fine, says the Mexican.

# football - Thursday 27 February, 2014

Nicolas Anelka ban a win ‘for all decent people’

The Frenchman insisted his intentions were anti-establishment rather than anti-Semitic.

Evra: Manchester United players are behind under-pressure Moyes

The French defender says the players will do everything in their power to finish in the top four.