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# Character

Last month
November 2023
Reflections of former Celtic prodigy aiming for Irish rejuvenation
Mikey Johnston was Scotland’s next big thing at 18. At 24 he’s been through the mill and determined to shine again.
This year
Ireland's breakout star and comeback kid now share a stage
Tyler Toland was youngest ever senior international before an enforced exile, while Abbie Larkin seeks to forge a career after World Cup bow.
Farrell has been full of surprises. Can he lead Ireland to World Cup glory?
The 48-year-old Englishman has enjoyed major success and now faces his biggest challenge.
All time
Derek Chisora tapes mouth and opts to play music in bizarre press conference
The Briton will face New Zealander Joseph Parker in Manchester this weekend.
'He used to repeat that footballers should only have sex once a week’
In an extract from ‘The Names Heard Long Ago,’ Jonathan Wilson profiles legendary Benfica coach Béla Guttmann.
'I genuinely hear Joe's voice in my head at least once a day, maybe more'
We delve into the character that has made Joe Schmidt such a successful coach.
'I say to him often you are 50% clown, 50% leader'
Vincent Kompany has backed Bernardo Silva as a future Man City captain.
'Every year, I've had rejection... It asks a question of your character'
Former Bray player John Sullivan on making the transition from footballer to coach.
Celtic get back on track after Champions League heartache
Brendan Rodgers’ side clinched a 3-1 win against Partick Thistle.
'The players have worked hard to get the reward of a very good performance like that'
Cork defeated Tipperary in Thurles on Saturday evening.
'I was desperate to go to the toilet... So I peed over the balcony and there was a nurse underneath'
Liverpool legend Terry McDemott reflects on his colourful career at the top level as a player and coach.
'The big question was - how do we do this?': Sesame Street welcomes new character who has autism
Julia is the name of the new character.
Ireland end brilliant November series with nerve-wracking win over Wallabies
Joe Schmidt’s men were decimated by injuries once again.
'I like heavy metal!' - 13 of our favourite Jürgen Klopp quotes
The German coach is expected to be confirmed as Liverpool boss later this week.
Tim Sherwood gave a very Tim Sherwood response to this reporter's question
The former Tottenham boss’s Aston Villa side have been in fine form of late.
Robert Sheehan on Love/Hate: "It's tough to watch a show carry on without you"
He misses Darren too.
'Beating Hull shows what Chelsea are all about' - John Terry
The captain says Chelsea’s character is what will help them win the Premier League this season.
Pixar finally has a lead female character who ISN'T a princess
Meet 11-year-old Reilly.
Gavin hails the Dubs - 'the mental resolve that they showed, we know they have that'
Jim Gavin saw his side reach a second successive league final.
Bubba Watson bought chipotle for over 60 people last night
The American golfer is renowned for being somewhat eccentric.
'We're back where we want to be' - McGuinness praises Donegal spirit
The coach played down suggestions that his side were expecting a more comfortable win.
Irish 'Lonely Beast' app featured on US Apple TV ad
The fun Alphabeast app, in which the Lonely Beast teaches children their ABCs, was created by a Dublin trio.
VIDEO: Gilroy praises Dublin 'character,' Wexford performance
The Dubs’ coach conceded that the opposition “made it difficult” for his side today.
Corbett hails character in Premier camp
The Tipperary forward made a winning return to the inter-county game yesterday as Cork were defeated in a thrilling Munster semi-final clash.