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# another one bites the dust

This year
Bournemouth appoint Andoni Iraola two hours after announcing Gary O'Neil sacking
Former Rayo Vallecano arrives as club owner Bill Foley insists ‘significant targets in the transfer market’ have also been identified.
Last year
Gavin Williamson resigns from UK government after bullying allegations
The former cabinet minister is facing a series of inquiries into his conduct.
All time
Newcastle's Premier League match away to Southampton is off due to Covid-19 cases and injuries
The Magpies confirmed that their request to have Sunday’s game at St Mary’s postponed has been accepted.
Burnley/Everton latest Premier League game postponed due to Covid cases
Three of the Stephen’s Day games are now off.
2017 Munster hurling winning captain retires from Cork duty
Stephen McDonnell made his debut for the Rebels in 2011.
Another exit: Donald Trump has lost his White House intelligence chief
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats will leave the administration next month.
World number one Simona Halep becomes the latest top-10 seed to crash out of Wimbledon
There is just one top-10 player remaining in the women’s singles draw.
Defending champion Muguruza dumped out of Wimbledon in another big shock
Just one of the top six seeds in the women’s draw remains.
Forrest and Dembele on target as Celtic toast Scottish League Cup success
Brendan Rodgers on Sunday became the first Hoops manager since Jock Stein to win four trophies in a row.
Calls for Sisters of Charity to detail exactly what procedures will be possible at new maternity hospital
AIMS Ireland has said the new hospital should be free from any religious ethos.
A fifth Renua candidate has stepped down after failing to disclose tax issues
Desmond J Hayes was to run for Lucinda Creighton’s party in Limerick City.
Italy have been hit with a big World Cup injury blow
Ireland’s opponents will be without centre Luca Morisi.
'I just can’t handle refereeing decisions like that any longer. I have had to step down'
Brian McIver resigns as Derry boss after Galway defeat.
Now Sinn Féin could pull out of the Vincent Browne constituency debates
The party is in dispute with TV3 producers over the exclusion of election candidates from the debate panels.
Leeds United sack Darko Milanic after just six games in charge
The Slovenian is the third Leeds manager in five months to be sacked.
Gone: South Dublin mayor resigns from Labour party
Dermot Looney, a 31-year-old teacher, said he believes that Labour has abandoned its principles while in government.
St Ledger withdraws from Ireland squad, Madden and Keogh called up
The FAI confirmed that the Leicester defender would miss the game due to a knee injury.
Munster: Hurley the latest forced into retirement
A back injury has caused the loose head prop to quit playing at 26.