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# cautionary tale

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Covid-19: Seoul closes 2,100 nightclubs after last weekend's clubbing causes spike in infections
South Korea had relaxed social distancing guidelines last week.
AC Milan post record loss of €145.9m as they continue new stadium push with Inter
‘All the top European clubs bring in stadium receipts topping €100m. For AC Milan and Inter they reach about €34m.’
James O'Connor reveals two years of self-medicated painkilling injections to play through ankle injury
The one-time star of Australian rugby has had surgery on his ankle and admits he is back to square one.
Ireland boss wary that Rice could still declare for England
Martin O’Neill touched on the situation the FAI had with Jack Grealish a couple of years ago.
This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games - Part 2
Development constraints and lack of familiarity with hurling didn’t exactly help matters.
This is the inside story behind the Gaelic Football and Hurling games on the Playstation - Part 1
“We didn’t intentionally set out to make bad games. I just want to make that clear”.
Austerity 'resembles sub-Saharan policies' of 1980s
A report from Oxfam on the impact of austerity in Europe makes for sobering reading.
Sorry tale of David Duval convinces Graeme McDowell to stick with what he knows
The Portrush native refused to berate himself too much as his Open challenge faded away.
Quinn urges McClean: Don't end up like Stephen Ireland
The former Ireland, Manchester City and Sunderland striker had a cautionary tale for the man he helped sign.
Former NFL player lost $26million in 6 Years, may now be broke
In an increasingly caustic war of words, attorneys have been arguing for months over whether Young is an out-of-control spender who put himself deeply in the hole or simply a victim of inexperienced advisers, one of whom was his own uncle.