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# Anger

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Your 'Not A Happy Bunny' Pic Of The Day
The Norwich goalkeeper was not impressed with the officials’ decision.
How Twitter reacted to Scotland v Ireland
The site’s users were not impressed by Ronan O’Gara, Declan Kidney and Paddy Jackson, among others.
Ferguson hits out at officials following late drama at Tottenham
The Manchester United boss also said he was “relatively happy” with his team’s performance.
Pardew blasts Ba's advisors as star eyes move
The Newcastle manager says he feels “a little bit sorry for” the Senegal striker.
73-year-old Bastia official goes on hunger strike over stadium ban
The league’s disciplinary committee previously ordered the Corsican club’s Armand-Cesari stadium to be closed.
'How many games have you managed?' Wenger returns fire at Arsenal critics
The embattled manager dismissed recent criticism of his side’s Premier League form.
Tensions rise over ad that reads "Indonesian maids now on sale!!"
Indonesia had previously banned women from travelling to Malaysia to work as maids due to poor pay and abuse.
Irish workplaces need 'anger management therapy' to resolve problems - survey
A new survey shows 79 per cent of Irish employees get angry at slacking co-workers, while 73 per cent believe management do not listen to their concerns.
Here's how Twitter reacted to Ireland v Germany
The site’s users were unsurprisingly scathing in their assessment of Ireland’s 6-1 hammering tonight.
Here's how Twitter reacted to Ireland v Kazakhstan
Users of the site were not happy with the Irish performance this evening, as #TrapOut began trending.
Loew fumes as bullying fans force player to quit
Cologne’s Kevin Pezzoni had told coach Holger Stanislawski he no longer felt safe playing for the team.
Parents continue to report problems with
The company had claimed to have cleared its backlog of orders but frustrated parents who ordered books over a month ago continue to wait for them to be delivered.
These are the surprising things that can help you live longer
Here’s what the scientists say…
Ferguson hits out at 'ridiculous' Olympics plan
The veteran manager is not happy about the prospect of losing the likes of Wayne Rooney to Britain’s Olympic team.
Controversial Hitler shampoo ad angers Jewish groups
The Turkish shampoo company brought Adolf Hitler back to life as a spokesperson for its “manly” products.
Column: I work in a bank - and you've got us all wrong
Yes, banks housed deceitful, corrupt fat cats – but it was the rest of us who got the blame, writes bank worker Patrick Ryan.
Anger over Roscommon hospital downgrade
The Taoiseach has confirmed that the hospital’s emergency department will no longer be 24/7.
Burton: Ireland is not just "ghost estates and piebald ponies"
Labour deputy chief asks protestors to keep the peace for the sake of our international image.
Multibillion euro rescue talks went on as Cowen visited Arranmore
The taoiseach has been criticised for travelling to Arranmore Island to speak with the locals about salmon fishing as Brian Lenihan sweated it out with the IMF and Europe.
Anti-IMF protestor interrupts TD on Sky News
Woman tears up paper with IMF written on it in the middle of broadcast with Fine Gael’s Kieran O’Donnell outside Government buildings.
"You should be ashamed": Pat Rabbitte attacks government on Prime Time
“You can do no more damage to this country.” Pat Rabbitte sticks it to a shocked Pat Carey.
We’re watching you: public to keep eye on state cars
Twitter users to track any misuse of cabinet fleet.