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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Farcical

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'It's ridiculous at this stage' - call for GAA to scrap dressing room restrictions as weather worsens
Club changing rooms are not due to fully open until government restrictions are lifted on 22 October.
Farcical scenes as Chinese Super League team fields three goalkeepers against Fabio Cannavaro's Guangzhou
Beijing Renhe are likely to be punished for their actions.
More embarrassing VAR chaos as Germany and Chile book semi-final Confed Cup places
Jogi Loew’s side were 3-1 winners over Cameroon while the South Americans drew 1-1 with Australia.
The farcical delay in forming a government has eroded my faith in politics
The fallout from the 2016 general election has been largely incomprehensible to most citizens, and even to many devoted political watchers.
Ibrahim Halawa's trial has been delayed yet again
After more than two year’s imprisonment without trial Tallaght teenager Halawa was supposed to learn his fate today.
This comedy own goal was the highlight of Ireland-Gibraltar
It was all too easy for Martin O’Neill’s side at the Aviva Stadium today.
Villas-Boas brands English FA a 'disgrace' as Torres escapes ban
The Spurs manager is not too happy after the football governing body revealed that they won’t be taking any additional action on Chelsea’s striker.
Antrim were nearly a no-show for All-Ireland semi-final
County secretary Francis Quinn has revealed that the build up to the Under-21 game with Dublin was a shambles