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# Hope

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Celtic stun Bundesliga opponents to keep Europa League hopes alive
Odsonne Edouard claimed the winner, as the Scottish side grabbed a big victory over RB Leipzig.
Tottenham star bidding to avoid military service with gold at Asian Games
Son Heung-Min’s South Korea face a tough run to the final of the competition after failing to top their group.
Mbappe: I told Kante to join PSG during World Cup
The striker says he has been consulted regarding the possibility of signing the midfielder.
McIlroy bids to end American dominance as Open returns to Carnoustie
The Holywood native is aiming to overcome a four-year drought without a major victory.
'There’s a decent chance that he'll stay' - IRFU hope Schmidt will re-sign
The Ireland head coach’s current contract expires after the 2019 World Cup.
Jones: 'I know he has that fight in him. Hopefully he'll recover well'
Alex Ferguson was rushed to hospital to undergo emergency surgery, having reportedly fallen ill on Friday.
Jordan Henderson: Injured fan's recovery is the only result that matters
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has sent a message from the team to a fan who was injured in a violent altercation outside Anfield.
'I idolised him': Aisling Bea writes powerful article about her father's suicide
“I had been told how he adored me, how I was funny, just like him.”
Argentina overcome Brazil to get Sampaoli's reign off to winning start
The new boss fielded an attacking XI in his first game, including Lionel Messi and Gonzalo Higuain
Man United predict record €650 million revenue for 2017
Broadcast revenue for the quarter rose by 12.9 percent to £31.4 million.
After an era of food poisoning and false dawns, are Tottenham finally the real deal?
The side have gradually progressed in the Premier League era and are now being regarded as genuine title contenders.
Title race back on? Son on target as Tottenham close gap at top
Meanwhile, Leicester City’s resurgence continued with a 2-0 home win over Stoke City
Toulouse v Connacht, Champions Cup pool finale
Pat Lam’s went looking for their first ever Champions Cup knock-out spot.
Rooney's best day is still to come - Mourinho
The England international equalled Manchester United’s goalscoring record against Reading.
Claudio Ranieri on the moment he realised Leicester's Premier League title win was possible
The Italian manager says that despite losing to the Gunners, he took great encouragement from the game.
Cullen 'hopeful' that Heaslip will remain at Leinster and Ireland
The number eight has suggested he is open to moving on at the end of the season.
Trimble on beating All Blacks: 'If it is possible to do it once, it is possible to do it again'
The Ulster star is optimistic about Ireland’s chances of securing back-to-back wins over New Zealand.
Pogba wants more attacking role at Manchester United
The France international says Jose Mourinho tells him he must make more effort in defence and try to retrieve balls.
Homeless choir to bring High Hopes to Sligo Choral Festival
The High Hopes Choir is set to headline Sligo International Choral Festival next month.
Ireland have already pulled off one miracle - now it's time for another
Martin O’Neill’s side were comprehensively beaten by Belgium yesterday.
'I have a fire in my belly': Homeless mother speaks of being accepted to Trinity College
Erica Fleming and her daughter Emily have been homeless for 331 days.
'I do not want to return to Liverpool'
The Italian international says he was never happy at Anfield.
PHOTOS: This starving boy has made a wonderful recovery two months after being rescued
His family reportedly abandoned him because they thought he was a witch.
'I've been groped, felt up, and harassed. Rape culture exists and we need men to step up'
It’s time for all men to get a little bit uncomfortable about the culture we all operate in, writes Mia Doering.
These heartbreaking images show the moment a starving boy was rescued in Nigeria
He was abandoned because his family thought he was a witch.
Ireland's in-form striker says it would be 'brilliant' to make Euro 2016 squad
The former Birmingham City forward is hopeful that his goal-scoring form can boost his chances.
Bristol Rovers are 'desperate' to keep an in-form ex-League of Ireland star
The 26-year-old has scored five goals in seven appearances for the League Two side.
Sherry insists Munster's Champions Cup dream is still alive
Anthony Foley’s side have just five points after three games in Europe this season.
Beckham urges Ronaldo to return to Manchester United
The former England captain is hopeful the Real Madrid star will return to Old Trafford.
'Scotland must pick up points against Germany'
Gordon Strachan’s side slipped below Ireland following their loss in Georgia last night.
Could David De Gea pull off an incredible u-turn on his Man United career?
It’s being reported that the Red Devils will offer the 24-year-old a new deal in October
This Irish teen saved a man from taking his own life - and had a baby named after him
Jamie Harrington approached the stranger on the ledge of a bridge and asked ‘Are you okay?’.
'I know it's not healthy to be fat. You really, really don’t have to tell me that'
Reacting to journalist Lindy West’s article about being a “fat” bride, a contributor who wishes to remain anonymous says it gave her hope that even if she doesn’t lose weight, she has a future.
People have lost years of their lives in Direct Provision - here is how it could end
The Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has called for a streamlining of the system
9 other Irish internationals who could do with a move this summer
Could these players follow suit after James McClean’s move to West Brom was confirmed yesterday?
Ireland can beat 'hungover' Germany, insists Eamon Dunphy
“Anyone who thinks we don’t have the players should look at the teamsheet of Northern Ireland.”
This woman has just been made to hand over €2 billion to her daughter
Gina Rinehart was ranked the 37th most powerful woman in the world this week by Forbes magazine.
Northern Irish justice system apologises to Mairia Cahill over handling of her case
An independent review into the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service’s handling of Cahill’s case is to be published today.
"A heartfelt heart-breaking story": Huge praise for Ursula Halligan's coming-out op-ed
The broadcaster is encouraging people to vote Yes in the upcoming referendum.
'Even if she doesn't have a very long time, her brother is getting good quality time with her'
Children’s Hospice Week starts today and the theme is ‘Be a Hero’.