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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Deja Vu

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My four-putt nightmares should give golfers everywhere some hope - McIlroy
“We do the same things as they do every weekend.”
Seriously? Back here again?: These house hunters are queuing to buy homes
House hunters have been in line for four days ahead of homes at Miller’s Glen going up for sale.
56 clichés you will probably hear this Premier League season
“I’m just happy for the team” and several other oft-heard quotes.
'I think the ref told us it was the final play, maybe Cork didn’t hear him' - Lee Keegan
The Mayoman compared the incident to last year’s All-Ireland final.
Monaghan set up Donegal decider with 5-point win over Armagh
Conor McManus’ goal has helped set up a repeat of last year’s Ulster final.
Clermont appoint another female coach following Costa's sudden resignation
A statement on the club’s website announced that Corinne Diacre “has committed herself for the next two seasons”
Déjà vu: 11 more British-based people who have just discovered hurling on Sky Sports
“A mixture of cricket, rugby and a egg and spoon race” and more priceless reactions.
Here's what the morning papers have to say about Moyes and his potential successors
Alex Ferguson to help pick the new manager? Roy Keane targeted as assistant boss? Read on.
Manchester United's 'return to form' leaves a nagging sense of deja vu
David Moyes’ side secured an encouraging victory over Olympiakos last night, but how much can be read into the game?
Connacht remain rooted to Pro12 basement after narrow loss to Glasgow
Pat Lam’s men have only beaten Zebre and Dragons once apiece in 13 league games.
Emile Heskey missed an absolute sitter today
The 36-year-old former Liverpool forward now plays in Australia in the A League.
Deja vu as Reve De Sivola wins Long Walk Hurdle for second year running
The horse gained a 10-length victory for Devon based trainer Nick Williams and jockey Richard Johnson.
Opinion: Last night’s Ireland-Germany match was as depressing as the 6-1 game in its own way
Noel King endured a baptism of fire as his side were outclassed.
Is this the end? British PM David Cameron debuts his glasses
It’s seen as a big deal in Britain.
The Guide To Recreating Your Childhood Photos
Illustrated by some fantastic recreated childhood photos, appropriately enough.
Same again: Soldado penalty the difference as Spurs see off Swansea
The Spaniard struck his second spot kick in two games for his new club.
VIDEO: Previously on the epic drama that is Clermont v Leinster
Haven’t we been here before?
Summer Tour Diary: All Blacks talk up O’Driscoll, Kearney and not much else
Eoin Reddan is amazed by Tiger Woods’ winning charge and Simon Zebo sticks out ‘like a sore thumb’.
Marathon man Isner beaten in fourth longest in Grand Slam history
The American player is dramatically gaining a reputation for his incredible feats of endurance.
Mario Balotelli escapes unhurt after car crash
The club have said the Italian striker was not at fault for the accident.
Cindy Crawford puts 10-year-old daughter's modelling career on hold
Fashion houses will have to wait a few years before benefiting from those Crawford genes.
Inner demons again cost Arsenal dear
Arsène Wenger’s weakened Arsenal squad looked lost as it slumped to a deserved defeat against Brendan Rodger’s doughty Swansea.
Scholes prepared to come out of retirement - report
According to The Sun, the 37-year-old is willing to come out of retirement to help ease Alex Ferguson’s mounting injury concerns.
HEC Hard Yards: The headlines all belong to ROG. Again.
More drama for Munster, tough encounters for Ulster and Connacht and Leinster seeking victory… it can only be the Heineken Cup!
Twitter Wars XVIII: Piers Morgan and Michael Owen discuss United's 6-1 loss
The two longtime foes were at each other’s throats once again yesterday, following United’s 6-1 hammering against City.
Triple Dutch: Dyson cleans up in Holland (again)
Rory McIlroy returns to number three in the world after finishing back in third place.
We've been here before: Kildare no strangers to square ball controversy
GAA referee says square ball rule is impossible to judge as Lilywhites add latest incident to a long list of controversies.
Round Two: Vitali could be next in line for beaten Haye
Vitali Klitschko could fight mouthy Londoner David Haye, despite the 30-year-old’s recent humbling at the hands of his brother Wladimir.
Not you again? Marathon men Mahut and Isner paired off in Wimbledon first round
Who called for a rematch?