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Friday 22 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Calm down

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Jurgen Klopp says talk of quadruple is 'crazy'
Klopp also played down the seriousness of Harvey Elliott’s flare-wielding Cup final celebrations.
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WATCH: 'Dele Alli, for the best part of two years, has stood still' - Graeme Souness
Speaking as a pundit on Virgin Media, the former Liverpool captain wasn’t holding back in his assessment of the England international.
Police ask England fans to behave after tomorrow's World Cup semi-final
Police received reports of at least 387 incidents and 70 arrests on Saturday.
China urges Trump not to use 'words and deeds to exacerbate' North Korea situation
Trump has been engaged all week in verbal sparring with the North.
Klopp insists Barcelona target Coutinho will not leave Liverpool
The Brazil international continues to be linked with the Camp Nou outfit.
China to crack down on record-breaking spending by football clubs
Splashing massive funds on overseas players is not going down well.
'World domination? Think again!' - Dublin take issue with 'extravagant hyperbole'
County board CEO John Costello insists that Dublin GAA is not “awash with cash.”
Yoga, puppy rooms and homeopathy used to de-stress students before exams
Should Irish schools provide their students with relaxation methods?
Ronaldo could face suspension over Clasico celebration
Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to inspire Real Madrid to Clasico success on Sunday and he now faces punishment over his goal celebration.
Mario Balotelli thanks Liverpool fans for restraining him against United
The Liverpool striker was held back by fans after a confrontation with Chris Smalling.
No mental block for Rooney at Anfield - Van Gaal
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal does not believe captain Wayne Rooney has any problems playing at Anfield.
The feminist who aborted her baby because it was a boy? It's likely a hoax
The story has gone viral, but all is not as it seems.
Philippe Mexes was undoubtedly the angriest man in football this weekend
AC Milan’s hot-headed defender was sent off on Saturday after attempting to choke and headbutt Lazio’s Stefano Mauri.
"We can't give in to Ebola hysteria" - Obama
Cuba has offered to help in the fight against the disease.
Now Google Glass can tell you just how stressed you are
A new app called BioGlass can tell how agitated you are just by detecting tiny movements picked up by the device’s accelerometer, gyroscope and front-facing camera.
'Let's stay together': Now Paul McCartney's weighing in on the Scottish independence debate
Mick Jagger, Stephen Hawking and Judi Dench are also urging a ‘no’ vote next month. But Sean Connery’s heading up the celebrity ‘yes’ campaign.
Your nerves will be gone watching this little boy bull-rider
This is some seriously badass stuff.
Are Dublin streets ahead of everyone else? Time for caution, says Barney Rock
There’s talk of the ‘double double’ going about.
Two TDs had a go at each other on Twitter today... mainly over a local swimming pool
Can’t we all just get along….
Ukraine crisis: Putin orders 'partial' troop pullout
The development follows a hastily arranged summit in Paris between John Kerry and the Russian Foreign Minister.
Should this challenge on Suarez have meant a red card for Kevin Mirallas?
The Belgium forward escaped with a booking.
Merseyside derby without compare, says Martinez
The Everton boss is preparing his side to host local rivals Liverpool at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Calm down, Pigeon! It’s the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring Darran O’Sullivan, Rio Ferdinand and Des Cahill.
Would you take on Vincent Browne?
This man did…
10 of the best celebrity tantrums of all time
From Twink to Harry Redknapp to Jonah Hill.
PHOTOS: Teens queue as Abercrombie and Fitch store opens its doors in Dublin
Yes, it’s only a shop – but don’t tell that to the large group who queued in the cold just to be among the first to enter the Abercrombie and Fitch store.
Houllier calls for patience at Anfield
Liverpool fans ‘expect you to win the Champions League every year. That won’t happen,’ says the former Kop boss.
'My phone was hacked' - Aldridge
Ex-Liverpool and Ireland player expresses his shock following revelations after a surprise call from the Metropolitan Police investigating News of the World practices.