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# Challenge
Former Ireland international set for managerial stint in India
Curtis Fleming has a new role with Punjab FC.
# Challenge
'It's brought people together' - The world champion boxer working in a hospital during the pandemic
Kellie Harrington is combining training with seven-day work weeks.
# Challenge
Gemma O'Doherty and John Waters launch High Court proceedings claiming Covid-19 laws are unconstitutional
They are seeking to have various pieces or recently enacted legislation declared null and void by a judge of the High Court.
# Bouncing Back
Can Ireland overcome an England team recovering from the 'burden of defeat'?
Losing a World Cup final can ‘twist your thinking,’ according to the 60-year-old Australian.
# Challenge
After eye-catching spell in Irish football, former Derry striker set for stint in League Two
David Parkhouse will be looking to build on a successful season in the League of Ireland.
# Challenge
Flamengo boss confident Brazilians will prove they're better than Liverpool
Jorge Jesus is optimistic his side can overcome the Reds, but first they face his former employers Al Hilal.
# Challenge
Munster take on daunting task of beating reinforced Saracens away from home
The English side have welcomed back a raft of big names for the Allianz Park clash.
# Challenge
Southgate wants 'high-performance, low-maintenance' Maddison
James Maddison must be focused to cement an England spot, manager Gareth Southgate said.
# Challenge
'They earn a sh*tload of money, so they're able to pay the fines'
The All Blacks insist they had no issues with England’s response to their haka last weekend.
# Challenge
England fined for crossing halfway line in haka response to All Blacks
Kiwi boss Steve Hansen praised the English challenge to his team’s war dance.
# Challenge
Liverpool not favourites against 'cheeky b*******' Napoli, says Klopp
The Premier League giants begin the defence of their European title at the Stadio San Paolo tonight.
# Challenge
Landmark High Court challenge against State over peat regulations opens before High Court
The action has been taken by the environmental group Friends of the Irish Environment.
# Challenge
Irish sides must improve mentally in Europe, says Dundalk boss
Vinny Perth admitted his men were beaten by the better team in Tallaght last night.
# Challenge
'Pochettino looked me in the eyes' - Tottenham's record-breaking signing
Tanguy Ndombele joined from Lyon for a fee which could rise to €70 million.
# from cali to nyc
A Kerryman's 36-day, 5,000km coast-to-coast trek Stateside for a cause close to his heart
‘What I went through for 36 days was nothing compared to what they’re going through. My cousin Mary has been battling through for over 36 years, never mind 36 days.’
# Challenge
The French coach seeking an Africa Cup of Nations hat-trick, an AC Milan legend and others bidding for glory
Herve Renard is one of the most high-profile managers at this year’s tournament.
# Challenge
'We have to say congratulations to Liverpool and thank you so much'
Pep Guardiola says Man City’s triumph was the ‘toughest title’ of his career.
# Challenge
'Big differences': Former Serie A star struggling to adapt to Chinese football
Marek Hamsik was dropped for Sunday’s 4-1 defeat at top-of-the-table Beijing Guoan.
# Challenge
'There's so much competition here and I'm not getting what I want'
Chiedozie Ogbene on his difficult start to life at Brentford since moving over from Ireland.
# Challenge Cup
Chris Ashton to make return against Connacht after pre-season suspension
The prolific try-scorer was slapped with a seven-week ban for a tip tackle against Castres.
# Challenge
Onus on defence as misfiring Ireland prepare for a Denmark side deprived of their main man
Christian Eriksen’s absence will give the hosts hope that they can deliver a much-improved display from last year’s mismatch at the Aviva.
# trolling
Diving school! Neymar teaches kids to fall and roll in tongue-in-cheek video
The Brazilian superstar was widely lambasted at the World Cup for his theatrical reactions to challenges.
# Pride
'We’ll see what the good old-fashioned Irish ticker's about, won’t we?'
Ireland assistant coach Andy Farrell wants to see what the players are made of in Melbourne.
# Challenge
Woman who delayed children's referendum outcome for three years takes legal action on abortion result
It is not yet known on what grounds Jordan is appealing the result of the referendum.
# Challenge
Has Graham Burke done enough to become a regular in the Ireland squad?
Martin O’Neill praised the Shamrock Rovers star after he scored his first international goal tonight.
# Challenge
Luiz: Salah can win Ballon d'Or with Champions League triumph and strong World Cup
The Liverpool star has been tipped to challenge for football’s top individual award.
# Challenge
3 things new boss Unai Emery needs to fix at Arsenal
The Gunners manager has a number of challenges to solve.
# Pressure
'We probably won't get home until 2.30 in the morning. And all our lads work'
Bray’s caretaker boss Graham Kelly on his side’s improvement in form and the challenges of being a part-time club.
# Challenge
Demoralised Barcelona on course to make history
The Catalan club are aiming to complete a first invincible season.
# Reaction
Take the title, Mourinho challenges Man United after spoiling City's party
Victory would have crowned the Etihad outfit champions for a fifth time.
# Challenge
John Stones admits to 'difficult' Manchester City spell
The England international defender has seen others edge ahead of him in the pecking order under Pep Guardiola.
# Challenge
After racist abuse and World Cup heartache, Ireland’s Young Player of the Year eager to move on
Cyrus Christie is hoping for a better year ahead following a bad end to 2017.
# Challenge
Arsenal set for Russia trip in Europa League last 8
The Gunners will face CSKA Moscow in the competition’s quarter-finals.
# Challenge
'They're a traditional power, they've been bred on winning All-Irelands down there'
Gary Sice and Corofin will battle with Nemo Rangers for All-Ireland glory on St Patrick’s Day.
# Challenge
Rassie Erasmus hailed as among 'best in world' after taking charge of South Africa
The ex-Munster Director of Rugby has been confirmed as successor to sacked Allister Coetzee by officials in Johannesburg.
# High Court
Jailed sex offender takes to High Court after being disciplined for criticising victim support group
Brian Doolan was convicted and jailed for 12 years, with two suspended in 2016.
# unlucky 7
Connacht lose back row Butler for six weeks to knee injury
Second row Andrew Browne’s ankle injury requires surgery and he will now be out until the New Year.
# Ironman 70.3
Traffic restrictions in Dublin as athletes take part in Ironman challenge
Over 2000 athletes will take part.
# Challenge
Chelsea legend John Terry makes move to the Championship
Aston Villa’s owner Tony Xia has confirmed that the veteran defender is moving to the club.
# test run
All Blacks set to give a glimpse of the challenge facing the Lions
Steve Hansen’s side face Samoa in Eden Park today as they get set for the three-Test series.