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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Feeling Blue

This year
'I certainly don’t expect to get one of the six picks' - Ian Poulter on Ryder Cup hopes
The Englishman also suggested he may not play even if he qualifies.
All time
Booing happens – Thomas Tuchel won’t take flak from Chelsea fans personally
The Blues have slipped four points behind leaders Manchester City in the Premier League table.
Maxime Colin’s goal cuts down Slavisa Jokanovic’s Blades in Championship opener
Birmingham were 1-0 winners in the Sky Bet Championship opener at Bramall Lane.
Over land and sea: The complicated life of the Irish Chelsea supporter
For any young person in Ireland, deciding to follow Chelsea is an odd choice.
Liverpool lose again as Chelsea dump them out of the FA Cup
Willian and Ross Barkley were on target as Klopp’s side suffered a third defeat in four games.
Boris Johnson may prove a headache for Ireland, but a no-deal Brexit is the real nightmare
Past visits by Johnson to Ireland don’t exactly inspire confidence.
'Kid was depressed': World number one Osaka on struggling to deal with fame
The Japanese star defeated Hsieh Su-wei 6-4, 6-3 in Stuttgart on Thursday.
'In the recession we were the forgotten city': Waterford devastated after Europa League expulsion
Alan Reynolds said it is ‘gut-wrenching’ to lose out on playing in this summer’s Europa League qualifiers.
Munster derby defeat heaps more misery on struggling Cork City
Waterford ended a three-match winless run, while City have now taken just one point from 15.
Ake was left 'broken' by Mourinho during his time at Chelsea
The Dutch defender admits he found things tough at Stamford Bridge before leaving for Bournemouth.
Leicester title win was 'a miracle', but so was ours, says Chelsea boss Antonio Conte
The club’s rise from 10th place in 2015-16 to champions last season does not receive due credit, according to the Italian.
Italy 'had a Macedonia' tonight and it could have major consequences if they reach the World Cup
The Azzurri are still waiting to confirm a play-off place and may be third seeds should they reach Russia.
The colour of your Instagram photos can give a clue about your mood
“This algorithm can sometimes detect depression before a clinical diagnosis is made.”
Easy Chelsea win means Leicester have already lost more Premier League games than last season
The champions, who lost just three times in the 2015-16 campaign, were beaten for the fourth time this season.
Cullen rues Leinster's inaccuracy after 'bitterly disappointing' loss leaves them empty-handed
Despite leading by 10 points early in the second half, Leinster came away from Glasgow with nothing.
Boost for Republic of Ireland as Euro 2016 rivals suffer major injury blow
Key Italian midfielder Claudio Marchisio was stretchered off after just 16 minutes of Juventus’ 4-0 win over Palermo.
Half-term report: No papering over Leinster's 0% Champions Cup campaign
There were a few positives from the early portion of Leinster’s season.
Patrice Evra was 'really annoyed' over Manchester United exit & still finds it hard to talk about
The left-back spent eight years at Old Trafford before being ushered out the door in the summer of 2014.
Massive blow for France as Yoann Huget is ruled out of the Rugby World Cup
The winger suffered a cruciate ligament injury against Italy on Saturday.
Ireland's World Cup pool rivals Italy hit for 6 by Scotland
Only a defensive howler allowed the Azzurri on the scoreboard.
Cunningham pinpoints second-half slump that cost Dublin a shot at the All-Ireland semis
First campaign was “an up and down season,” says Dubs boss.
'Who's going to get within 15 points of Dublin?' Longford boss calls for new Leinster format
Jim Gavin’s side racked up a cricket score at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
'People in Ireland love giving out': O'Brien has his say on 'unfair' criticism of Leinster
The flanker thinks it’s “a load of shite” that Matt O’Connor has been the target of so much flak.
Samir Nasri signs new five-year deal at Manchester City
A big reason for the midfielder to be cheerful after being excluded from the French World Cup squad.
Why so blue?... Global Smurfs Day in pictures
To celebrate, the Ha’Penny Bridge will be all Smurfed out with thousands of blue flowers, a blue carpet and blue balloons.
Toffees chairman Kenwright braced for Moyes exit
The Everton chairman said he is not aware of any deal having been struck between United and Moyes.
'It could be pretty horrific' - Welsh pundits back Leinster to beat Cardiff
Injuries and suspensions have lead to scribes in Wales predicting a difficult encounter for Blues
Mea culpa! Mancini takes the blame for Europa exit
“When a manager doesn’t prepare well for the game, this happens,” the Italian said.
Petr Cech enjoying Dublin break from Chelsea daggers
The Czech Republic face Ireland tonight at Lansdowne Rd and the goalkeeper admits he’s even almost happy to see Stephen Hunt.
What's next for Manchester City? Robin van Persie, they hope
Lawyers are set to quiz Mancini and his suspended striker in bid to get to the bottom of Tuesday night’s argument.
Did Torres slag off his 'slow' Chelsea teammates?
Villas-Boas launches an investigation into apparent criticism by out-of-favour Spanish striker.
Birmingham backer bailed in Hong Kong
His wealth has often been questioned since he rode Lancelot-like into the midst of St Andrews in 2009, but these fresh money-laundering charges have put the former hairdresser and apparent stock market whizz-kid under the spotlight once again.