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# a family affair

Last year
'For us, it was never about him making it as a soccer player'
Irish Olympian Marian Heffernan on her son Cathal’s move to AC Milan and the many years of hard work and setbacks that preceded it.
All time
'I'm fortunate that I had a career I can be proud of sharing with the people I care most about'
David Meyler reflects on some defining moments from his journey in football.
'It's a blessing and a curse': The relatives of well-known politicians running for election
Is a famous political surname a help or a hindrance for new candidates?
'It's dirty to kill your own daddy': France's far right-wing party is at war
There is no love lost between the Le Pens.
Barack Obama has been greeted by his family in Kenya
The US President has said that he will be speaking out about gay rights during his trip.
Not often an uncle and nephew bid to land a Connacht title together
Sligo’s Mark and Cian Breheny are the unusual combo.
Jackie Healy Rae - the patriarch of a dynasty that doesn't like being called a dynasty
The late Jackie has sons and a grandson who keep the Healy-Rae flame lit.