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Steven Gerrard reveals Prince of Wales sent him message of support
William is preparing for his grandmother’s funeral on Monday.
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Liverpool fans show support for grieving Ronaldo
Fans from both sides stood to applaud during the seventh minute of a clash between English football’s two most successful clubs.
All time
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Serena 'feels for' Osaka, has also experienced 'very difficult' press conferences
The US star earned a first-round 7-6 (8/6), 6-2 win over Irina-Camelia Begu.
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Steven Gerrard keen to share consoling pint with Neil Lennon
The Rangers boss understands just how tough life can be as a football manager in Glasgow.
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Jurgen Klopp cried watching hospital staff singing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’
The Liverpool boss paid tribute to health workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
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'Every time she loses, I feel like I do'
Serena Williams may have triumphed over her older sister Venus Williams at the US Open, but it’s not a win she takes lightly.
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Klopp: Anyone who thinks De Bruyne injury levels the field is an a**hole
City have lost a key figure for three months, but the man in charge at Liverpool doubts that will impact the Premier League title race.
Mother blasts lack of apology after daughter with spina bifida treated by school staff wearing face masks
Employees wore face masks while dealing with the girl, despite her not having a contagious disease.
# Integration
‘We're not talking about this enough': Ireland warned to take action against radicalisation
An expert has said better integration of asylum seekers and refugees must play a role in this process.
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A hairdresser's powerful post about cutting the hair of a teenage girl with depression is going viral
“You made me feel like me again.”
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Arsenal star Gabriel breaks down in emotional message to Chapecoense
The Gunners defender paid tribute to the 71 lives lost in the plane crash late on Monday.
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'We're losing real human connections' - Man behind Humans of Dublin wants to get people talking again
Peter Varga said the project has helped him clarify what happiness is really about.
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'I feel for Man United fans after one of our worst performances'
The Dutchman said he felt just as frustrated as the supporters following Saturday’s ignominious home loss.
# unlike
11 of the quickest reactions to Facebook's dislike button
It’s going to be chaos.
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'The kid means so much to me' - MK Dons boss emotional after player suffers serious injury
“I went home and cried to myself because I couldn’t handle it.”
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31 first world problems of a modern Irish sports fan
Having to take the cap off your bottles in stadia and more struggles of the sporting classes.
# good psychopath
Are you a psychopath and does it have to be a bad thing?
A new book now claims that psychopathic traits can lead to success in life, work and love.
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Gus Poyet: Axed O'Shea deserved explanation
The manager also sang the praises of the Irish defender’s replacement, Carlos Cuellar.
# man management
'It's been hugely frustrating': O'Gara understands Sexton struggles
The Corkman feels that the lower standard of player at Racing Metro compared to Leinster has made for a frustrating season.
# Dry your eyes mate
Snapshot: Paddy Jackson and Ian Madigan embrace as Ulster rattle Leinster
The Irish outhalves sought each other out after a frantic finish to this evening’s match.
Column: Online bullying is fuelled by changes in our culture
Some children may be missing out on a key stage of development, writes psychotherapist Joanna Fortune.
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'Football is a cruel sport sometimes' says grateful McShane after call-up
The Hull City defender was conscious that his fortune meant disappointment for his friend, Kevin Foley.
Column: ‘We Irish are defined by a lack of empathy’
The national begrudgery that was once a joke has become a sneering reality in the recession, writes Lisa McInerney.