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# Big Shoes

This year
Frenchman Garcia named new Napoli boss
Garcia was sacked by Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr in April with the Saudi Arabian side second in the table.
Former Munster head coach to fill void left by All Blacks-bound boss
Rob Penney will take over at Crusaders from August.
All time
10 things you will only know if you're a woman with a big ol' pair of feet
It’s hard, but you’re playing a blinder.
'New Zealand did everything they possibly could to get Joe Schmidt back'
David Nucifora says ‘there was a lot of pressure’ from New Zealand in an effort to tempt Ireland’s head coach away last year.
Wing wizard Roberts rejoins Celtic on loan from Manchester City
The England U20 international will wear the club’s iconic number 7 shirt this term.
Loss of Henderson strips Ireland of second row options for Six Nations
Ulster are planning to be without Henderson for the rest of the season.
Chisholm in the frame for Munster debut, but Foley excited by academy lock Madigan
Francis Saili also looks close to getting over the concussion sustained in his nightmare debut against London Irish.
Departing Gerrard the difference as Liverpool overcome Wimbledon
Brendan Rodgers’ side struggled with the physicality of the League 2 side.
Dan Carter can't wait to replace Johnny Sexton and work with ROG at Racing Metro
“Let’s just say I’m really impressed by Jackie’s vision,” says the Kiwi after signing a contract worth a reported €1.5 million per year.
'It’s a privilege to be back involved,' says Rory Gallagher on Donegal ratification
Will Rory be winning matches soon?
Smalling eager to fill Vidic void at Old Trafford
The Serbian defender is off to Inter Milan this summer after a hugely successful United career.
Pain of defeat and big voices the driving force behind 'the new' Sean O'Brien
The under 20 lock has a big name, but is building a big reputation of his own.
Simon Hick column: Still no clear plan for life after BOD
Outside centre is a difficult position to fill at the best of times, but following Ireland’s best ever player will be
Coleman gets the nod to replace Dónal Óg for Cork
Cork have made three changes ahead of Sunday’s Allianz National Hurling final against Kilkenny.