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# Admission

This year
Mike Dean says he avoided VAR call to spare colleague grief in infamous Chelsea-Spurs clash
The former Premier League referee was on VAR duty last August when Cristian Romero avoided a red card for pulling Marc Cucurella to the floor by his hair.
'I should be hitting the heights of my ability. I am 27 years old'
Ireland’s Callum O’Dowda celebrated his first international goal on his 26th cap last night.
Last year
'We have to be careful because various people will say it was disrespectful'
Neymar reveals injury fear as Brazil boss Tite admits celebrations cannot overstep the mark.
Paris police chief acknowledges 'failure' at Champions League final
Didier Lallement told a commission investigating the fiasco at the French Senate that he was sorry for the chaos Liverpool fans had to endure.
URC's referees chief says Ulster's disallowed try versus Stormers should have stood
‘There was no conclusive evidence that the Ulster player has knocked the ball on,’ Tappe Henning said on SuperSport’s ‘Final Whistle’ programme.
All time
Bayern star Kimmich reveals he is unvaccinated
The player added that he is ‘aware of his responsibility’.
Electric Picnic organiser 'very confident' festival will go ahead in September
Melvin Benn said he based his optimism on the fact no one in Government had told him the event would not be allowed.
Puerta reveals he lied about failed drug test after French Open final loss to Nadal
The 2005 triumph against Mariano Puerta marked the first of 12 titles at Roland Garros for Rafael Nadal.
Admission charges for Dún Aonghasa, Castletown House and other heritage sites to be waived
The government hopes this will help to encourage people to take trips within Ireland.
'Dark-humoured' joke led to sacking of former Premier League ref Madley
The PGMOL said at the time he had ‘decided to relocate due to a change in his personal circumstances.’
'They deserve far more than I've given them' - Stoke boss accepts fate in searingly honest interview
‘I’ve let them down. I have. I feel I’ve let them down. I’m sorry for that.’
'I'm probably not playing enough to win the Race to Dubai' - Rory McIlroy
The Holywood native will attempt to improve his standing at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this week.
'I cost us the game' - Arsenal defender apologises for his performance
Sokratis says he was to blame for his team’s failure to beat Watford at Vicarage Road.
'I could have done a lot better this season'
Tottenham star Kieran Trippier admits he’s stumbled after the World Cup.
Timing of Pulisic signing caught Chelsea boss Sarri off guard
But Maurizio Sarri says they need attacking reinforcements this season after a frustrating draw with Southampton.
Jose Mourinho to admit €3.3 million tax evasion in Spain - reports
The Manchester United manager has reportedly accepted a one-year suspended jail sentence.
'I'm not proud of the transfer fee': Neymar insists he's not worth €222 million
The Brazil star has been speaking ahead of his country’s World Cup opener.
US Open champion Brooks Koepka once admitted he prefers baseball to golf
The American suggested he would have liked to been a baseball star instead.
Bizarre hoax email to councillors claimed high-earners exempt from €6 gallery entry fee
Letters and emails were sent to all 63 Dublin City councillors; the Hugh Lane Gallery has clarified that it has nothing to do with this.
Guardiola videos bore Man City squad – Zabaleta
Short sessions in front of the television are part of the coach’s daily routine — but they are not enjoyed by some.
'I know I got it wrong, I didn’t get it wrong on purpose'
Referee David Gough admits that he should have given a late free to Kerry in last year’s All-Ireland semi-final.
Mother pleads guilty to killing kids in Australian lake
Three children died in the incident in 2015.
'I have not been good enough for Arsenal'
The 34-year-old Spaniard admits he is ready to retire from football.
'I love Jose, but he trusted us too much'
Just seven months after claiming a third top-flight title in his second spell at the helm, Mourinho left Chelsea in 16th position.
David Cameron admits he DID benefit from his father's offshore accounts
Downing Street has issued four statements on the issue before tonight.
'This is one of the worst days of my football career'
The former Liverpool and Chelsea star initially gave his team the perfect start with an early goal in Camp Nou.
Everyone's favourite 'sexy football' pioneer would consider Aston Villa job
The former Netherlands international added that he was currently enjoying his role as a pundit.
'I played Call of Duty instead of watching Arsenal and Tottenham'
Leicester ended the weekend five points clear at the top of the table.
'I only saw Rashford train with reserves'
The Red Devils’ teenage sensation has enjoyed a fantastic start to life in the United first team but harder days could follow, according to his experienced Dutch coach
Ronaldo: 'I never spoke with Giggs, Scholes or Ferdinand'
The Real Madrid star also appeared to admit he was not close with Benzema and Bale off the pitch.
I almost didn't pick Welbeck, reveals Wenger
The Gunners match-winner was almost left out of their squad against Leicester.
BBC quiz show star claims that he may have killed a homeless man
The gameshow regular has made the admission in a new autobiography.
'I would not mind substitute role at Barcelona'
The attacker is keen on a return to Camp Nou even if he will not be a starter.
'I've had one bad game this season and everyone's all over it' - Rooney hits back at critics
Although the Man United captain admits he hasn’t been good enough so far this campaign.
Bill Cosby admitted drugging a woman to have sex with her
A rape case was brought to court, but dropped.
Did Wayne Rooney apologise for his FA Cup dive?
Thorsten Stuckmann has claimed the striker apologised to him afterwards.
'I was addicted to Coke' - Peter Lawrie says fizzy drink addiction caused spectacular dip in form
The Irishman has slumped to 725th in the world rankings.
200,000 penalty points will now NOT be cancelled
It was thought that errors in updating the Road Traffic Act could have meant large numbers of points being written off.
The Mater Hospital held a practice run for a potential isolation unit admission
Britain held a similar simulation to assess how prepared services were for a possible Ebola outbreak.
British newspaper group admits liability in four cases of phone hacking
In a statement, the company said it has apologised to the people involved and as agreed to pay compensation.