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Dublin: 15 °C Saturday 30 August, 2014

Yesterday’s News

Sean O’Brien and Stuart Olding will start tomorrow’s Leinster v Ulster friendly

Tullow’s finest flanker will get plenty of opportunity to carry from number eight.

Van Gaal had not expected Rojo delay

A work permit issue has frustrated the United boss.

‘Arry’s Transfer Window: Man United hoping to sign 15-year-old Norwegian prodigy

Meanwhile, Aston Villa have reportedly put in an £8million bid for Tom Cleverley.

Everything Mayo fans need to know about travelling to Limerick tomorrow

The Connacht champioons’ supporters will travel an unfamiliar road tomorrow.


USC’s week takes another twist as player quits team, calls coach a racist on Instagram

Anthony Brown says he had been treated like a slave.

We haven’t seen the best of Messi yet, says Mascherano

The versatile defender has nothing but praise for his compatriot and feels he’s destined to become an even better player.

John Giles thinks the Leeds owner is a ‘headbanger’

The club’s former player has described recent events surrounding the team as a “disgrace”.

‘The problem with rugby players in Ireland is that they’re comparing every coach to Joe Schmidt’

We caught up with London Irish’s new prop Tom Court to talk about the turmoil in Ulster and the end of his international career.

From The Daily Edge Even Brian O’Driscoll fears the Ryanair check-in fee Just Like Us

Even Brian O’Driscoll fears the Ryanair check-in fee

Ryanair: The Great Leveller.

Trying to stay fit? Don’t just count calories, count proteins

Here’s the third in our series of good nutrition habits: eat a complete protein at every meal.

Twitter reacts to Lee Keegan’s ban getting overturned

The site largely approved of the decision to discount the player’s red card from last weekend’s Kerry-Mayo clash.

Stick me down for every match, McIlroy tells Ryder Cup skipper McGinley

The in-form irishman says he’s feeling ready for Gleneagles.

‘The pain was so bad I wet the bed’ – Batistuta reveals excruciating ankle issues in retirement

“I went to see Doctor Avanzi and told him to cut off my legs. He looked at me and told me I was crazy.”

KitKats and leprechauns: Memories of the 1996 Croke Park American football game

Saturday’s game won’t be the first time Croke Pak has hosted an American football game.

West Ham star Mark Noble set to declare for Ireland – reports Option This post contains a poll

West Ham star Mark Noble set to declare for Ireland – reports

The midfielder has become disillusioned with the England set-up after being omitted from their latest squad.

VIDEO: Former Irish underage international scores brilliant free-kick for Arsenal

The ‘next Jack Wilshere’ is in fine form at the moment.

Walsh banking on balance as Munster’s attack moves in new direction

After two years of ‘Penneyball’, Brian Walsh is looking for more variety from the southern province.

Pre-season training just ain’t what it used to be for rugby players

Rob Kearney points out how shorter, sharper sessions are better for everyone.

QUIZ: Can you name these GAA grounds? GAA

QUIZ: Can you name these GAA grounds?

Mayo and Kerry will face off in Limerick this weekend but can you name these grounds throughout the country?

6 players to watch in Sunday’s minor semi-final between Dublin and Donegal

Dublin take on Donegal in the curtain raiser in Croke Park at 1.30pm on Sunday.

Could law changes help the IRB to make rugby a more entertaining spectacle?

Eoghan Hickey proposes two minor alterations to speed up the game and provide more tries.

Here’s your GAA coverage on TV and radio this weekend

There’s plenty to watch and listen to this weekend.

Dublin and Donegal’s tactical warfare won’t define the future – Gavin

The 2012 and 2013 All-Ireland champions square off against each other in Croke Park on Sunday.

Brendan Rodgers: Facing Real Madrid will be ‘special’

The Liverpool manager is relishing the prospect of hosting the defending champions.

Thursday 28 August, 2014

Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been cleared to play against Kerry this Saturday

Keegan will be back for the semi-final replay in Limerick.

Analysis: How Mayo handled O’Donoghue in the draw and what they’ll do for Kerry replay

Kerry’s danger man hit 1-3 last Sunday and will have a key role in Saturday’s replay.

Two goals from Robbie Brady couldn’t keep Hull in the Europa League tonight

Spurs advanced but Hull went out on away goals.

Legia Warsaw fans eviscerated UEFA with this banner tonight

Legia fans are disgusted with UEFA’s behaviour over their removal from Champions League qualifying.


Leeds United have sacked another manager and this time after just 70 days

Neil Redfearn will be the Leeds caretaker manager for the third time in three years.

No Donaghy or O’Sullivan as Kerry name unchanged team to face Mayo

Kerry take on Mayo at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.

We’ll Leave It There So: Liverpool get Real, Dubs injury news and the rest of today’s sport

Sean O’Brien, Caroline Wozniacki, Jack Grealish and Jerry Flannery were also in the news as well.

Penn State and UCF are acclimatising to Irish weather ahead of the Croke Park Classic

UCF coach George O’Leary came dangerously close to praising our rain-laden weather.

From Di Canio to Jose: We rank the 10 coolest Premier League managers ever

Souness’ porn ‘stache and Gullit’s dreads earned them places on the list.

‘He’s got good hair’ – Ireland’s Paddy Holohan handed second UFC bout

The Dublin flyweight takes on Louis Gaudinot in Canada on 4 October.

The Villa fans were very excited by Ireland underage star Jack Grealish last night

The 18-year-old was a rare bright spark in his side’s loss to Leyton Orient in the Capital One Cup.

Van Gaal: Di Maria not Man Utd’s miracle man

The Argentina international has completed his British record transfer to Old Trafford but his new manager has warned supporters not to expect too much too soon

Liverpool face Real Madrid, City get Bayern in Champions League group stages

Meanwhile, Arsenal and Chelsea were both drawn in groups from which they’ll be expecting to qualify.

Lam keen to maintain Connacht culture as Muliaina settles in

The former Samoa international is excited to welcome his new signings to the province.

5 talking points from today’s Champions League group stage draw

Chelsea were the biggest winners but Liverpool and Arsenal will be happy too.

As it happened: The UEFA Champions League group stages draw

We went minute-by-minute, as Liverpool, City and all the other Premier League clubs involved discovered their fate.