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This year
# Unhappy
Bayern Munich star Neuer under fire after tell-all interview
Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said on Sunday he was ‘disappointed’ with injured captain.
Last year
Watford anger League Two champions as talks 'behind our backs' lead to manager's departure
The news of Rob Edwards’ appointment may come as some relief to Ireland manager Stephen Kenny.
All time
Wijnaldum: Social media abuse reason for Liverpool exit
The midfielder joined Paris Saint-Germain this summer after leaving Liverpool on a free transfer.
'It’s a joke if you ask me' - Joyce livid that Galway must travel to Monaghan for relegation play-off
The Tribesmen boss doesn’t believe Séamus McEnaney’s men should have home advantage.
'I think it’s a women’s issue. There are no words really' - Cork boss fumes at venue switch
Ephie Fitzgerald expressed his frustrations after the late venue change for today’s All-Ireland semi-final.
'They’ve let themselves down' - Gerrard on Rangers players who broke Covid protocols
Jordan Jones and George Edmundson have been suspended for their conduct.
Davy: 'We didn't fight, we threw in the towel. I have to apologise to the Wexford people'
Davy Fitzgerald’s side will face Munster opposition in Monday’s qualifier draw.
'That game should not have gone ahead... Who's going to be responsible if there's an outbreak?'
Durrow manager Shane Curran did not attend his side’s victory in the Offaly senior B final over Covid-19 concerns affecting his club.
Bradley outlines frustration with IFA over rejection of all-island league
The Shamrock Rovers manager believes the association should have been more open to the idea.
# appeal
Ireland waiting to make decision on appealing Aki's three-game ban
The Connacht man’s World Cup is over unless Ireland launch a successful appeal.
‘As captain, I've not been good enough’: Liverpool star Robertson makes Scotland admission
Despite his excellent club form, the Reds full-back has not convinced everyone after taking the armband.
Crouch slams Real Madrid for 'ridiculous misuse' of Bale and wants Welsh star to return to Spurs
The 29-year-old has been linked with a move away after a frustrating season at the Spanish club.
# Unfinished Business
'I'm convinced I can still play at the highest level' - Boateng responds to Germany exclusion
The Bayern Munich defender, alongside club teammates Hummels and Muller, will no longer be considered for selection.
# Russia 2018
'I have to accept this decision' - Germany's Sane responds to shock World Cup omission
The Man City forward was not included in the World champions’ 23-man squad on Monday.
# not shining bright
Families left disappointed after crowd issues once again hamper Dublin's Christmas lights event
The Lord Mayor of Dublin has arranged to meet with city officials this week to discuss what happened and if lessons can be learned.
Frustrated Benitez claims Brighton's winning goal a 'clear foul'
Brighton ended Newcastle’s three-game winning run with a 1-0 victory.
Man United boss accuses Pereira of showing a lack of fight after Valencia move
The 21-year-old will spend a second season on loan in La Liga, but his Jose Mourinho would rather see him push for a regular spot at Old Trafford.
Lam laments basic errors as Connacht's RDS hoodoo extends to 12 years
The Connacht head coach admits his side weren’t at their best this evening.
Les Kiss says Ulster 'not good enough' after Munster defeat
His side let a 15-point lead slip through the cracks at Ravenhill last night.
# home decision
'There were big calls against us' - Connacht coach Lam unhappy with TMO try decision
The western province have now lost three games on the bounce after defeat at the RDS earlier.
Munster coach Foley not surprised by Connacht display
The home side were made to pay for 22 missed tackles in the first half in Thomond.
Giles 'very disappointed' by RTÉ snub, and says his future is undecided
John Giles says he would have worked Saturday’s game free of charge
'It crossed the line and it disappointed me' - Marty Morrissey was hurt by Brolly insult
The RTE commentator was not pleased with Brolly’s attempt at humour.
Best laments Ulster's lack of killer instinct against Leinster
The northern province were beaten by Leinster in the Pro12 today.
Aaron Rodgers says Ryan Braun 'lied to his face' over drugs
The Packers QB has previously bet his salary on Braun being clean.
# Gutted
11 very serious Christmas disappointments
Did you get everything you wanted? These people didn’t.
English FA disappointed by Serbian bans
Football’s governing body in England has described the UEFA sanctions as “disappointing”.
Connacht: McCarthy staying would have been a beacon for upcoming talent
Tom Sears believes that the lock could have inspired a generation of Connacht players had he stayed in the west.
# Referendum
Gilmore: Children's Referendum "never really took fire"
Meanwhile, Children’s Minister Frances Fitzgerald defended her role in leading the referendum campaign.
Nicolas Roche: Everybody cheats at some stage in some aspect of life
The Irishman was critical of cyclists, such as Lance Armstrong, that have been accused of sustained doping practices.
So close: Sycerika McMahon vows to come back stronger in four years
The 17-year-old finished third in her heat in the 200m Individual Medley, but narrowly missed out on a semi-final spot.
Injured Murray stunned by Ferrer
After coming into the tournament in good form, Andy Murray has been beaten in his opening match of the ATP Tour Finals.
Brian Lenihan "disappointed" by former Taoiseach Brian Cowen's performance
Duo had good working and personal relationship, but Lenihan felt he could not criticise Fianna Fail leadership due to his role as Finance Minister, he revealed in an interview.