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# critics

Last year
Hacking gang targeted Qatar World Cup critics
A dozen lawyers, journalists and famous people were victims of the scheme.
All time
The Stephen Kenny debate was never really about Stephen Kenny
The Ireland manager is beginning to silence even the most ardent sceptics with a series of improved displays from the team.
Connacht boss Friend tells players to stay away from social media feedback
Loosehead prop Paddy McAllister has defended captain Paul Boyle on Twitter.
'I'm well used to the criticism, I've had it for my whole career... keep it coming'
Johnny Sexton feels Ireland could have dealt with England’s linespeed better.
Juventus coach Sarri: I was defined as a 'Taliban' for wanting to play Sarriball
The Old Lady boss says he can’t win no matter how he sets his teams out to play.
Romelu Lukaku hits back at Gary Neville, critics of his weight
The Belgian joined Inter in a €65 million move earlier this month after two years at Man United.
'You'd have letters, you’d get text messages, you’d get irate parents on the phone'
Jeffrey Lynskey is no stranger to abuse in his role as Galway minor manager.
'There is always a but with Man United success'
The Red Devils boss has once again suggested that his side do not get enough credit.
Lovren critics like rubberneckers, says Klopp
The defender was substituted after only 31 minutes of Liverpool’s 4-1 defeat to Tottenham.
Moreno tells critics to 'shut their mouths' after staying to fight for Liverpool future
The Spanish full-back endured a difficult campaign last season, but insists that he never considered leaving and is determined to prove his worth.
Defiant John Terry takes aim at 'lazy journalists'
The former England captain is confident he is good enough to play for “two or three more years” at Chelsea.
'Argentina reached two finals, for f***'s sake' - Messi hits out at critics
The team came under fire for losing the 2014 World Cup and 2015 Copa America at the climactic stage.
Critically-acclaimed Syrian musician refused visa to headline Irish music festival
Omar Souleyman has been lauded by critics but won’t be making an appearance here.
Ireland's critics ignore the state of international football at large
The Boys in Green saw their chances of Euro 2016 qualification increase following some favourable results on Friday night.
Jose Mourinho has responded those 'boring, boring Chelsea' chants
The Chelsea manager has been criticised for his pragmatic approach in recent weeks.
Ronaldo not happy after Gareth Bale scores for Real Madrid
The Welshman tucked home from close range as Carlo Ancelotti’s men got back to winning ways
Trailer watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?
What’s a must watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.
The reviews for Mortdecai are in and they are, ahem, mortdifying
“Psychotically unfunny”.
Wenger: I must be a genius to have hidden my tactical ineptitude for so long
The Frenchman has hit back at his critics after a section of supporters unfurled an ‘Arsene out’ banner.
Blackberry is back, and it's hoping this phone will turn its fortunes around
The Blackberry Passport is aimed towards professionals, and is hoping that going back to the basics will make it a hit.
Brazil fires national football coach Felipe Scolari - reports
Last Tuesday’s loss to Germany was the country’s worst defeat since losing the 1950 final game to Uruguay.
7 reasons why Liverpool have confounded their critics this season
Players with a knowledge of the history of the club, an ability to adapt tactically and more of the Reds’ strong points.
Column: Celebrity culture is becoming toxic and leading us to set impossible standards
We have developed a culture that polices people’s behaviours mercilessly and where loud, vocal hatred of something is often more acceptable than liking it. Grace Duffy explores what affect this has on society.
Pope Francis warns Church of dangers of inaction
In his first mass, the new pope said the Catholic Church risked becoming little more than a charity with no spiritual foundations.
VIDEO: Kids REALLY aren't happy with ending of Disney movie
We think it’s fair to call this a negative review. (Spoiler alert.)