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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# inevitable

This year
Everton confirm sacking of Frank Lampard with club lying 19th in Premier League
The Toffees’ 2-0 defeat to fellow strugglers West Ham proved the final straw, according to multiple reports in the British media.
All time
Ronald Koeman sacked as Barcelona coach following another poor defeat
The Catalan giants have won just four of 10 league games this season, and have also lost two of their three Champions League group games.
'We're ready for the worst' - Fears over future of cash-strapped NRL as season is suspended
Australia’s National Rugby League has been postponed two rounds into the new campaign.
Hamilton wins Mexican Grand Prix but must wait for sixth title
It was an 83rd race win for the Briton while Ferrari’s four-time champion Sebastian Vettel took second place.
Ronaldo scores on his Juventus debut as 5,000 fans cram in to see Portuguese superstar
The 33-year-old was on target as the club’s first team faced their youth side.
Tough-tackling Juventus defender Chiellini doesn't expect to stop Ronaldo scoring this evening
The experienced Italian accepts that the Real Madrid superstar is likely to be on the scoresheet in their Champions League quarter-final.
After humiliating World Cup failure, Bruce Arena is out as USA boss but who will replace him?
The team does not have a competitive fixture until 2019 so there’s no need to rush things.
UEFA opens investigation into PSG following Neymar and Kylian Mbappe transfers
The governing body will investigate a possible breach of Financial Fair Play guidelines.
With deadline day approaching, Arsenal reject £50m bid for Alexis Sanchez from Man City
It’s thought the Gunners are interested in a player-plus-cash deal.
Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox attempted the Cruyff turn and it all ended horribly
Everything seemed to be going so well too…
Someone has taken the Cheerio Challenge to the next level with their pet lizard
It’s not just for parents.
Brendan Rodgers looks set to link up with Richard Keys and Andy Gray as a TV pundit
Allegedly, the Qatari-owned beIN Sports are bringing in the former Liverpool boss.
WhatsApp takes one step closer to realising its dream of one billion users
Its founder announced the app now has 900 million monthly active users, five months after it reached the 800 million mark.
'Raheem Sterling's Anfield exit must be a done deal'
A former Liverpool boss thinks the youngster’s days at Liverpool are numbered.
The UFC version of Darren 'Sicknote' Anderton is injured. Again.
Anthony Pettis just can’t catch a break.
16 things that will definitely happen on Transfer Deadline Day
Jim White being ridiculously over-the-top and other imminent clichés.
Hayes: Kicking inevitable when water bills hitting doorsteps at the same time as canvassers
The Fine Gael MEP, whose Dáil seat is up for grabs today, is not surprised with the by-election outcome.
Cat versus balloon just can't end well
He never saw it coming.