Thursday 30 October, 2014
The French international clearly isn’t popular in Hamburg.
Terms have been established and signed on the transfer with a €305,000-a-week salary agreed.
After almost two years out the Bulls talisman looked class last night in New York.
Barca won the first Catalan Super Cup on penos last night.
The current assistant coach will take over from Eamon O’Shea in 2016.
The former Athlone boss is on his way to Dalymount.
Madison Bumgarner pitched five scoreless relief innings as the Giants beat the Royals in nailbiting Game 7.
The national team’s scrum coach is excited by what Nathan White has added to the squad.
The news is a big blow to Brian Cuthbert’s plans.
The cup final is rarely a quiet affair.
The 25-year-old has put his Wallabies career on hold to experience rugby and life in Europe.
You won’t be left wondering what to bring on that long cycle again.
The Hull City full-back has been once again named in the senior squad.
Wednesday 29 October, 2014
Forty years since one of the most iconic sports events, we look back on that famous night in Zaire.
Tottenham were 2-0 winners over Brighton Hove & Albion.
The QPR defender has also been fined £25,000.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side lost 2-0 to the Magpies at home.
It has taken the Tipperary native 13 matches but he found the back of the net in the win over Stoke.
Catch up on all of the biggest stories of the day including the latest on Jack Grealish and Ireland.
The great Dane thinks that the power has shifted in Manchester over the last few years.
Many regular Ireland away fans have failed to secure tickets for next month’s Euro 2016 qualifier at Celtic Park.
The Ireland boss believes the world champions will still top Group D despite their under-par performances, however.
You’ll either meet one of these or you’ll be one of these.
Meehan, Kernan, Galvin and Coyle are amongst those who make the cut.
The Real Madrid boss is also heavily backing Cristiano Ronaldo to win another Ballon d’Or in January.
But it’s not clear if they’ll be fit to play this weekend.
Yet another record for Gigi.
Brian Lenihan is the only uncapped player in the 36-man provisional squad.
Because why not.
Joe Schmidt’s new forwards coach explains that small adjustments can help Ireland stay ahead of the opposition.
‘Tell these guys they’re going against the odds’: Giants battling Royals momentum in World Series decider
San Francisco may be chasing a third championship in five years, but they’ve always got the job done before game seven.
Brian Kerr and Trevor Hogan have launched a new initiative to bring children from Gaza to Ireland to play football.
Leinster’s Darragh Fanning and Andrew Conway of Munster were drafted in as cover this week at Carton House.
The former Ireland manager would have no issue with the Aston Villa player being named in the senior squad today.
Don’t get us wrong. Those places are scary.
Stuey looks back on Dundalk’s Premier Division victory and gives his thoughts on Sunday’s big one at the Aviva Stadium.
Tomorrow: A Blackhawks player learns how to lie all over the ball at a ruck.
Who’s hitting the slopes?
You have to see Per Mertesacker busting his dance moves.
The Premier League official allegedly broke protocol before the West Brom and Crystal Palace game.