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This year
Ex-Bohemians and Cork player has no regrets over Motherwell move
Dan Casey saw the man who brought him to the club sacked promptly after his arrival.
Last year
Trolls flooded Twitter with slurs to test ban policy, safety chief says
The issue began hours after Elon Musk bought the platform on Thursday
'My life is not depending on winning the Champions League. I like my life'
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola insists glory in Europe is not an obsession as they begin Premier League title defence.
Eddie Jones relishes silencing critics
Maro Itoje will miss the decider in Sydney.
'This is a mark of my system, my formation' - Antonio Conte impressed after Matt Doherty goal
Spurs responded to their midweek defeat at Burnley with a 4-0 win at Elland Road.
All time
The 'real Man United' delights Solskjaer
Bruno Fernandes scored a hat-trick and Paul Pogba provided four assists.
Here's what is coming up for members of The42 this week
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'I'll celebrate like a God at San Siro, not here' - Ibrahimovic
The Swedish star was pleased after helping Milan earn a win today.
‘A clean sheet, finally!’ - Klopp happy to see Liverpool lower excitement levels
The Reds boss saw his side ease to a 3-0 victory away at Bournemouth, with a first shutout secured in 14 games across all competitions.
'It has definitely been everything I thought it would be and more' - Zebo
The former Munster fullback won’t ever give up on his dream of playing for Ireland again.
'I'll take it!' — Klopp satisfied with Man City draw
Jurgen Klopp was content with a point after Liverpool drew with Premier League champions Manchester City, who missed a late penalty.
'It's hard to say no to clubs like Barca but, really, I'm fine here'
Antoine Griezmann snubbed the chance to move to Camp Nou over the summer.
Calls for fines and gardaí after undercover report about Facebook moderation in Dublin
Channel 4′s Dispatches programme sent a reporter to record training.
'I lost the All-Ireland medal that I fought so hard for so long but I think I left my mark on it'
David Collins has found satisfaction in winning a county title after missing out on Galway’s All-Ireland success.
Disney sets out to rival Netflix and Amazon with new family-friendly streaming app
The app, which has a huge amount of content aimed at children and parents, is available now.
'I made the right choice and I do not regret it'
Wilfried Zaha is excited to play for the nation of his birth after never following up on two non-competitive Three Lions caps.
Zinedine Zidane 'proud as a father and manager'
Enzo scored with his first shot on his Real Madrid debut in a 6-1 rout of Cultural Leonesa in the Copa del Rey.
Klopp: I can't believe we have another game
The manager lamented Liverpool’s lack of robustness and the playing surface during their 2-2 draw.
After a global expansion, Netflix's next aim is to have the same shows everywhere
Its CEO says that “over the next five to ten years”, they will see content on Netflix consistent across all countries.
This 105-year-old Dublin woman told us her secrets to a long and healthy life
“I had a very happy life all the time.”
Di Maria 'very content' at United despite burglary scare
The Red Devils attacker says he values the affection shown to him by the club’s supporters.
This is why so many A-listers want to appear on Funny or Die
Funny or Die CEO Dick Glover explains how it manages to get so many comedians, actors and public figures to appear on its comedy videos.
YouTube rumoured to be working on kids' version of site
The popular video-streaming site is said to be working on a version of its site for children aged ten and younger.
Juan Mata: I'm happy to play anywhere at United
Juan Mata has insisted he is happy to play anywhere for Manchester United and remains glad he moved to the club in January.
Facebook expected to launch news reader service this month
The service would be similar to the news reader app Flipboard, taking content from both publications and Facebook status updates.
How can we make Ireland a global technology hub?
A new strategy aims to harness Ireland’s strengths when it comes to the technology sector.
Proposals on new online copyright laws presented to Government
A new Copyright Council of Ireland has been recommended with the proposals saying that linking must be protected by legislation.
YouTube reveals new plan to charge for watching some videos
A small number of videos will cost from 99 cent a month for people to subscribe to watch.
Column: Single on Valentine's Day? You're not alone.
When you’re single you often feel you are missing out on something, but the meaning of life is not to always be in a relationship, writes Tony Moore.
Google and French news websites reach agreement over the news
Google will set up a €60 million fund to help French newspapers develop online projects – but won’t stop indexing content from French news sites.
Going nowhere: Doyle happy to stay at Wolves
The Ireland striker says he is ready for the challenge of helping his side get back in the Premier League.
New figures show Distilled Media is Ireland's largest online publishing group
Latest figures show that Distilled, which publishes, gets more monthly page impressions than, and Independent Digital.
Tintin books wrapped up over "racist" content
Children’s book Tintin in the Congo has been shrink-wrapped and also has a warning included with it following racism fears.