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Irish international O'Connor makes permanent move from Celtic to League Two side
The 21-year-old has signed for Tranmere Rovers on a two-and-a-half year deal.
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John Egan handed contract extension at Sheffield United
‘It’s a reward for the influence John has on the team and at the football club’, said manager Chris Wilder.
Praise and guidance for Ireland's young talents, 'club is the heart of the game' and room for improvement
Ireland manager Vera Pauw should be here to stay.
USC will not be abolished if Fianna Fáil enter government
The taxpayer was led to believe the USC was a temporary tax, imposed to see us through the dark days.
China target Arnautovic signs West Ham extension and stresses he 'never refused' to play
The Premier League side have announced a new contract for the striker.
Eden Hazard 'happy' to finish career at Chelsea if Real Madrid move doesn't materialise
The Belgian was speaking to Sky Sports ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Manchester United.
Leaked legal advice claims water charges can't be scrapped - but some aren't so sure
Irish Water says that under EU law Ireland must charge for water services.
'We need to stop talking about the future of the series - it's there, it's happening' - McMahon
The Dublin star believes they have got the balance right between physicality and skill.
It turns out Nigel Farage won't be resigning after all
UKIP say they’ve rejected his official resignation.
Peter O'Mahony has committed his future to Munster and to Irish rugby
Back-row agrees new deal until at least summer 2018.
"I'm sorry to disappoint you." - Israeli ambassador tells David Norris he's going nowhere
Boaz Modai defended Israel’s actions to TDs today.
Alan Shatter: "I'm going nowhere"
“I am extraordinarily well,” the former justice minister said today.
Niall Morris is ready to become a permanent fixture in the Irish squad
Joe Schmidt could not guarantee him game time at Leinster but has given the Dubliner an international chance.
Solid proof that Superquinn sausages aren't going anywhere
God bless us, everyone.
Signing of the season: Leinster tie up Joe Schmidt until summer 2014
A one-year extension is superb business for the European champions but should rule the Kiwi out of the running for the Ireland job.