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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Fall-out

Last year
DP World Tour bans and fines LIV Golf rebels
“Every action anyone takes in life comes with a consequence,” said Chief Executive Keith Pelley.
'I want to be humble and I don’t want to whinge… but this hurts'
The Stormers beat the Bulls 18-13 to claim the inaugural URC title.
La Liga ramps up attack on PSG with Mbappe contract challenge
The Spanish league’s lawyer Juan Branco said they were prepared to go to the European Commission.
Barca official who said Rafael Nadal 'represents the enemy state' resigns
The La Liga club’s president Joan Laporta today confirmed the resignation of Alfons Godall.
Benitez criticises Digne and confirms Everton defender wants to leave following fall-out
The French international, who has been linked with Chelsea, Newcastle and West Ham, has been accused of putting his own interests first by the Toffees boss.
All time
McManus: 'We'll look back in a number of years' time and just say that was crazy stuff'
Conor McManus reflects on Monaghan’s training breach, Donie Buckley’s impact and the Malachy O’Rourke factor.
Klopp has no idea if he can play Brazilian pair this weekend over club v country row
Ireland international Caoimhin Kelleher is in line to start against Leeds on Sunday if Alisson isn’t available.
Dublin suspend manager Dessie Farrell for 12 weeks following players' Covid breach
The six-in-a-row All-Ireland champions’ county board has apologised ‘unreservedly’ for a ‘serious error of judgement’.
Johnny Ward: Elliott deserves punishment but he should get a break too
The trainer often gave others a second chance, something he now needs himself.
'It's unfortunate that it didn't work out' - Donie Buckley's departure in Kerry
Stephen O’Brien has played down Buckley’s surprise departure from the Kingdom set-up.
Kepu reveals Aussie camp was split over Folau saga
Former Australian prop Sekope Kepu says Folau’s absence in Japan resulted in the Wallabies having a mediocre World Cup.
Klopp says Gomez 'better than good' after Sterling clash
And the Anfield boss lamented the sudden departure of Mauricio Pochettino from Spurs.
'If the CPA have pulled out, that shows that we’re still at loggerheads'
Ballygunner’s Shane O’Sullivan and Corofin’s Kieran Fitzgerald have their say on the current fixtures calendar.
Mo Salah, Egypt fall out again after vote in Fifa awards goes astray
The Liverpool star hinted at his disappointment through his social media activity.
Mane and Salah 'spat' shrugged off by Liverpool captain Henderson
Sadio Mane was apparently angry with Mohamed Salah during Liverpool’s win at Burnley, but Jordan Henderson is not too concerned.
'Very untrue and disrespectful': Carr hits back at Rovers boss Bradley
Bradley had accused the striker of thinking he ‘was a little bit bigger than the club’ before his Tallaght exit.
'He has hurt the team' - Foley frustrated by Folau furore
The Waratahs and Wallabies fullback is fighting to save his career over anti-gay social media posts last week.
Chair of Oireachtas Committee calls for entire FAI board to resign
Fine Gael TD Fergus O’Dowd believes a ‘full forensic audit’ of the association’s finances is necessary.
'Emotions were raw and hurt was sky high' - Cassidy on replying to 'piss-up' tweet
The Gaoth Dobhair star has addressed that David Brady tweet.
Pogba and Mourinho disagreed over Instagram video, confirms United midfielder
Brazilian Andreas Pereira has given his account of a training ground bust-up involving Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho last month.
'Terrible' and 'shocking' Man Utd slated by Ferdinand after Champions League exit
After Sevilla humbled Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford, former stars Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand laid into Jose Mourinho’s side.
Marseille suspend Patrice Evra after Thursday's bizarre kung-fu attack on fan
The veteran defender was involved in the altercation ahead of a Europa League game in Portugal.
Aston Villa striker tells story of how a broken front gate got him in trouble with Steve Bruce
Scottish striker Ross McCormack didn’t show up for training and was paid a visit by his furious manager.
'I didn't think England could stoop any lower... Now we're a laughing stock of world football'
Shearer has expressed his anger following Sam Allardyce’s departure.
Simeone considering Atletico Madrid future
The Argentine says it is tough to see his side give everything and still come up short after they lost the Champions League final for the second time in three years to Real Madrid.
Tensions mount as Scottish FA chief blasts John Delaney - 'We do things the right way'
The relationship between the SFA and FAI has been strained since November.
'Blatter said to me 'let’s find a way we could forget'. But I am not someone with two faces' - Trapattoni
The former Ireland manager has made the claim about Fifa’s outgoing president.
Paul McGinley defends under-fire Tom Watson
The US skipper had to deal with ‘body blows’ like Tiger’s withdrawal according to the Dubliner.
Faldo accuses Mickelson of 'throwing the captain under the bus'
The former European captain is critical of Mickelson’s remarks about the US team’s shortcomings.
'I'll watch the World Cup on TV' - Nasri expects to be left out of France squad
Despite playing a key role in Manchester City’s Premier League success, the attacker doesn’t believe he will get a call-up for this summer’s finals.
West Brom to lose shirt sponsor over Anelka's 'quenelle' gesture
Property website Zoopla have announced they won’t be renewing their deal with the Baggies next season.
8,500 Eircom customers without service as fallout from storm continues
Work is set to resume first thing tomorrow morning on repairing the damage.
Lance Armstrong report: Dr Ferrari probe has opened 'Pandora's box'
La Gazzetta dello Sport say investigators uncovered a world of shady business dealings and money laundering spread across several European countries.
This statistic about how many Tour de France riders were doping is the only defence Lance Armstrong has left
It wasn’t about the bike for most of the peloton.
Murph's Sideline Cut: Kilkenny's remorseless code-breakers leaves Galway still waiting for Liam
It was another long afternoon at Croke Park for Ciarán Murphy.
‘There are a lot of people who are not really serious about hurling’ – Mattie Lennon
The recently resigned Monaghan manager has been critical of the stance the county board has taken.
It's a knock-out: Chisora could be banned from boxing for life
The British Boxing Board are looking into the Londoner’s behaviour over the weekend and could potentially revoke his licence.