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Tuesday 22 April, 2014

David Moyes sacked by Manchester United

The former Everton boss lasted less than year in charge.

Benji Marshall to make NRL return

A man must have a code.

Four more years! Capello will call it quits after 2018 World Cup

The Italian also says the quarter-finals are the minimum requirement for his team this Summer in Brazil.

Habana getting set to make up for lost time in Toulon shirt

But first, he’s hoping to be part of ‘a long day at the office’ against Munster.

Mourinho revives ‘ghost goal’ of Luis Garcia on latest return to Champions League semi-finals

‘That’s football’, says the Chelsea boss, but somehow we don’t think he’s over it.

‘Even our own supporters said we were useless, we’d win nothing’ – Tipp’s Kieran Bergin

Despite low expectations, Tipperary are just 70 minutes from a league title.

Pellegrini to discover extent of Silva injury later today

‘I don’t know if that pain increased or if he has a new problem.’

Monday 21 April, 2014

Neville ‘fears for’ David Moyes future, Carragher draws Hodgson comparison

The brother of Manchester United’s first team coach feels the current ticket deserves more time.

Heaney the hero as Shamrock Rovers see off Bray

The defender headed in the eventual winner after earning his side an early penalty.

LeTissier-esque juggle and finish from Dorrans can’t stop City cruising to victory

Unfortunately for the Baggies (and Liverpool) City have scored three at the other end.

VIDEO: 45-yard Forrester wondergoal helps Saints power past Drogheda

St Patrick’s Athletic ran out comfortable 4 – 0 winners in Louth this afternoon.

Towell converts controversial last-gasp penalty to keep Dundalk riding high

Town midfield Sean Byrne earned a straight red card for dissent following the late decision.

Analysis: A battle is being fought that could change Irish sports punditry as we know it

The role of TV analysts has been widely discussed in the wake of recent deals involving Sky and TV3.

Colm Cooper’s Liverpool love – ‘The United fans in the Kerry squad are gone a bit quiet now’

The Gooch is enjoying the Premier League run-in as Brendan Rodgers side close in on the title.

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Boston Strong: 36,000 run emotional Boston Marathon

Meb Keflezighi, who gave the Boston fans their first American men’s champ in more than three decades, wore the names of four victims on his running bib.

Will Fernando Torres get the chance to return home to Atleti?

Fernando Torres returns to the ground where he made his debut 13 years ago tomorrow.

Barry Geraghty claims first Irish Grand National on Shutthefrontdoor

It was a good day for JP McManus at Fairyhouse.

Sligo beat Bohs at Dalymount but the home side will rue missed chances

Two goals in the final 11 minutes did the job for Sligo.

10-man Cork City hold on to edge out Students LOI

10-man Cork City hold on to edge out Students

Darren Dennehy was dismissed but his brother Billy scored the winner.

Burnley promoted to the Premier League

Sean Dyche’s side beat Wigan to secure their spot in the top flight.

VINE: Simon Zebo’s weight room dance is what Bank Holidays are all about

Watch out, Toulon. The winger was ‘Poppin Them Thangs’ in between sets today.

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Brandywell boos for Roddy Collins as Derry held by Limerick

It was a nil-all draw for misfiring City this afternoon.

Runners reclaim Boston Marathon one year after attacks

36,000 competitors took part.

Bookies suspend betting on David Moyes sacking

It’s a matter of time for the Manchester United boss.

The 7 potential successors to David Moyes at Old Trafford

Who’s next to try to fill Fergie’s shoes?

Cycle to work scheme: your questions answered

How to get fit and save some money in one fell swoop

26 mistakes Manchester United have made to get themselves into their current mess

As the United boss’ sacking looks set to be confirmed, we look at some of the issues that have instigated this perilous situation.

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David Moyes to be sacked, according to British press

The Glazers are unwilling to trust the Scot with their summer window budget.

5 talking points from the weekend’s GAA action

From Diarmuid Murtagh’s brilliance to Tipperary’s leaky defence.

Juan Riquelme proves he’s still got it with this last-minute winner for Boca

What’s Spanish for: pick it out and wash it.

Here’s our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Team of the Week

Billy Dennehy’s been almost ever-present this season, but who else made the list?

Title win would make Gerrard the world’s best, says Suarez LFC

Title win would make Gerrard the world’s best, says Suarez

Just three more cup finals to go, Liverpool fans.

We were our own worst enemy against Everton, says Rooney

David Moyes’ former club heaped more misery on an abject United yesterday.

Tipp reaching the league final is strange, admits boss Eamon O’shea

The Premier beat the All-Ireland champions Clare to set up a rematch with Kilkenny.

3 each-way shots you should consider in the Irish Grand National

Thirty runners go to post at Fairyhouse this afternoon — and we’re hoping for another surprise winner.

Ageless Hopkins pitches 50-50 Mayweather deal

B-Hop wants welterweight star Mayweather to jump up in weight while he drops so they can meet at middleweight.

Barca rumours ‘groundless’ – Zenit boss Villas-Boas

There’s talk of the former Spurs and Chelsea boss taking over at the Nou Camp.