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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# misfiring

Last year
McIlroy disappoints again as Schauffele leaves it late to retain Travelers lead
Seamus Power also slipped down the leaderbord on day three in Connecticut.
All time
Harry Kane's England place in question after Scotland flop
Gareth Southgate’s side missed a chance to book their place in the last 16.
Tiger Woods fails to fire in third round of US PGA Championship
Shane Lowry, meanwhile, shot one-under par.
Jurgen Klopp talks up Roberto Firmino despite Anfield goal drought continuing
The Brazil international has not scored a Premier League goal at home since March last year.
Watford stalemate hits Spurs' European hopes
It might have been worse for Jose Mourinho’s side had Troy Deeney not had his second-half penalty saved.
Reus strikes late to rescue shell-shocked Dortmund against lowly Paderborn
The captain apologised to fans after his side found themselves 3-0 down at half-time.
'We can't score a goal at the moment' - Cork boss Caulfield eager to put poor start behind them
The Leesiders have yet to find the back of the net in two Premier Division defeats.
Onus on defence as misfiring Ireland prepare for a Denmark side deprived of their main man
Christian Eriksen’s absence will give the hosts hope that they can deliver a much-improved display from last year’s mismatch at the Aviva.
The US weapons maker behind the 'gun that won the west' is going bankrupt
Colt Defense dates back to the early 19th century.
Statistics show why Liverpool have struggled this season
The Reds saw any chance of Champions League qualification all but extinguished in last night’s defeat at the KC Stadium.
Van Gaal: 'We don't have a striker who scores 20 goals a season'
Despite the presence of Wayne Rooney, Radamel Falcao and Robin van Persie, LVG still isn’t happy.
John O'Shea: Strikers should not be blamed for Sunderland's attacking woes
The Black Cats have only scored 16 goals this season — the third lowest tally in the English top flight.