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# fate

This year
Ireland U17s discover Euros opponents
Colin O’Brien’s side have been paired with hosts Hungary as well as Poland and Wales.
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BBC Panorama documentary to focus on fate of ex-racehorses
‘The Dark Side of Horse Racing’ will be shown at 8.30pm this evening.
Thomas Tuchel says he sensed Chelsea would win Champions League
PSG sacked the German in December but he was almost immediately hired by the London club.
Pep Guardiola optimistic City's Champions League ban will be overturned
The Sky Blues are set to find out whether their appeal has been successful on 13 July.
'If not for Spain, I would be Wolves boss'
But for the slow mechanics of a takeover bid, the manager would be coaching the Championship club.
'Ronaldo told me I would score the winner'
The Euro 2016 final match-winner says the Real Madrid star gave him the belief that he would make the difference.
11 photos of men who have accepted their Christmas shopping fate
Waiting, interminable waiting.
NUIG recruiting participants aged 64 and over to test system that detects falls
The portable fall detector incorporates accelerometers which are capable of running complex falls detection algorithms.
How birth date affects future success
Researchers in the US have made further connections between when you are born within the academic year and the chances of dropping out of school.