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Thursday 21 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# caution

This year
Napoli's potential Serie A decider moved to Sunday over security concerns
Wild partying was expected in Naples on Saturday when the game was originally due to be played.
'We’ve won nothing yet' - Tadhg Furlong warns against complacency ahead of England clash
The Ireland prop wants the team to deliver a performance that fans can be proud of on Saturday.
Last year
'He's only 17' - Crawford warns against overhyping Irish starlet Ferguson
The striker scored his first goal for Ireland U21s on Friday night.
'It is 2-0 at half-time' - Jurgen Klopp
The scoreline did not reflect the pattern of the game, which Liverpool dominated from the first minute to the last.
All time
'It is frightening but so far we have been lucky' - Preparing for All-Ireland final in Covid time
Roscommon U20 football manager Liam Tully says the majority of the players in his side are fully vaccinated.
Motorists urged to take care as heavy fog hits many parts of the country
A Status Yellow fog warning is in place for 11 countties until 10am.
Adult caution list: Those caught in possession of cannabis for personal use may not face criminal charges
An official announcement is expected later today.
Linfield's Champions League tie today postponed due to 'Covid-19 issues'
The news was confirmed less than two hours before the scheduled kick-off time.
World Number 1 Ash Barty pulls out of US Open over virus fears
The Australian is the biggest name so far to withdraw from the tournament.
'If we open up the pitches, it's going to be jammers... one death is too many'
Mayo captain Aidan O’Shea believes the GAA needs to be cautious about reopening pitches.
Irish Open the only European Tour event I'd consider playing this year - Lowry
The Offaly man believes he will spending the rest of this year in America.
'It's probably easier to see how serious it is if you're close to someone who's directly involved'
Gary Dicker is wary over football’s return.
Bravo les Bleus! But it's too early to know if France are genuinely back
Similarly, we can’t write off England’s Six Nations hopes just yet.
Arum concerned his former star Pacquiao is risking brain damage by fighting into his 40s
The Hall of Fame promoter doesn’t wish to see Pac-Man fight on for much longer.
'Tottenham have got to be careful because they are so lucky to have Pochettino,' says Redknapp
Spurs didn’t make any signings during the transfer window yet they could move up to third place if they beat Man City.
'They're going to give that money to other areas, rugby or soccer' - Morgan issues third level warning
UCC manager Billy Morgan believes universities will direct funding away from the GAA if the Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups are not properly respected.
Coast Guard urges care along Atlantic coasts and cliffs due to wind alert
Very high seas are also forecast for tomorrow night and Monday morning.
Police warn public of All-Ireland ticketing scam after several fans caught out
“Numerous people from all over Ireland have sent cash to addresses in Belfast without receiving tickets in return.”
Davy Russell receives Turf Club caution over Tramore incident
The jockey will face no further action after appearing to strike his mount.
Ronaldo remains 'silent' amid tax evasion accusations
The Portuguese attacker is accused of defrauding the Spanish authorities out of almost €15 million.
'I don't like creating stories' - Klopp quiet on Barkley's awful challenge
A heavy tackle left the Reds boss fuming from the touchline, but he struck a more cautious figure when questioned after the final whistle
'We just couldn't keep up with what the phone could do' - The trouble of keeping kids safe online
Mobile phones and teenagers’ internet habits have changed dramatically over the past decade.
Temporary delays as truck went on fire on the M50
Smoke in the area affected visibility for drivers.
'Wes is coming up to 35. I have to see how long he can last in games'
Martin O’Neill has suggested that he must use the talented midfielder somewhat sparingly.
'Why I turned down Chelsea move'
Christian Eriksen says a fear of failure factored into his decision not to join the London club as a 16-year-old.
Bolger preaches patience ahead of 'one of the biggest games in the club's history'
The Cork City midfielder insists that they can’t afford to implement a plan of all-out attack against Genk tonight.
Motorists will be hit harder for driving with bald tyres from today
Fixed charged fines of €80 and penalty points will now be dished out for the offence.
MMA event in Dublin cancelled for 'insurance and legal purposes'
‘WCFC Road to Dublin’ had been due to take place at the Wright Venue in Swords.
No reports of Irish injured in Brussels attacks
Irish people travelling to Belgium have been told to exercise caution.
'Bitter loser' Wenger steers clear of Van Gaal's antics
The Man United manager’s behaviour on the sidelines was less of a concern than Arsenal’s latest damaging loss.
'I wonder if we have the firepower in our backline to handle Ireland and Wales'
Jason Robinson isn’t getting carried away by England’s positive start to their Six Nations campaign.
Richie Towell: A lot of people think the British football lifestyle is better than it is
The 24-year-old midfielder’s future is uncertain following another match-winning display on Sunday.
'We got the toughest opponent!' - Dzeko and Bosnia wary of 'dangerous' Ireland
The Bosnia frontman has given his immediate reaction after learning of his country’s Euro 2016 play-off fate.
'We know how dangerous the Irish are' - Germany boss issues warning ahead of Aviva encounter
Several of Joachim Loew’s stars were involved in Bayern Munich’s 5-1 rout of Dortmund.
The FAI are 'on alert' ahead of the visit of England, says John Delaney
Roy Hodgson’s side will be at the Aviva a week on Sunday.
A classic Italian football performance saw Juventus reach the semi-final tonight
A stalemate saw Monaco narrowly exit the Champions League this evening.
This was spotted in a Dublin cinema yesterday...
Fifty Shades of Grey is upon us.
It was all lies - moderate drinking is not good for you *
* Unless you’re a man aged 50-64 or a woman aged 65 or over.
United still doing 'very bad things' - Van Gaal
The Red Devils remain 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea following today’s 3-1 win.
Sony hack causes FBI to issue major malware warning
The five-page warning was issued to US businesses and said that such malware could override all data on hard drives, making it difficult, if not impossible, to recover.