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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# mixed emotions

This year
'We hadn't got a decision all night, there's no point going after it'
Bohemians boss Declan Devine fumes as officials miss “offside goal and stonewall penalty” in Dublin derby defeat to Shamrock Rovers.
'You feel you have let people down' - Ireland have a lot to learn after heavy Wales defeat
Greg McWilliams said his squad would work tirelessly to show an improvement against France next week.
Last year
Ireland lament 'silly mistakes' but celebrate 'amazing achievement'
Jim Crawford’s men are the first Irish U21 side to qualify for the playoffs.
Pride and anger as Liverpool return to heroes' welcome
Thousands of fans lined the streets of the city to salute the double winners.
'We are very proud but naturally you're disappointed to be losing one of your best players'
Cork manager Shane Ronayne feels ‘a little bit aggrieved’ to be losing Erika O’Shea to the AFLW.
Irish-heavy Birmingham relegated as McCabe's Arsenal take title race to final day
The Gunners, now one point behind leaders Chelsea, enjoyed a big North London Derby win at the Emirates.
Neil Robertson joins the Crucible’s 147 club but bows out to Jack Lisowski
Judd Trump is also through to the World Championship quarter-finals after defeating Anthony McGill.
Rangnick savours 'best' Man United win as Moyes 'p***** off'
Marcus Rahsford’s late winner settled a tight contest.
All time
Grealish booed on return as Man City hand Gerrard first defeat as Premier League manager
It leaves Pep Guardiola’s side just a point behind leaders Chelsea.
First Premier League goal 'a bittersweet moment' for Irish international Omobamidele
‘It is a proud moment, but obviously it is disappointing with the result at the end of it,’ the Norwich defender said.
Liverpool ‘lost the plot’ before thrilling comeback - Klopp
Mohamed Salah missed from the penalty spot for the first time in 18 attempts.
'I think RTÉ, for whatever reason, seems to not fully get behind football in this country'
Bohemians manager Keith Long hails his players for savouring ‘the time of their lives’ after first-leg win over PAOK but expresses frustration at lack of TV coverage.
Pandev becomes 2nd oldest goalscorer ever at Euros but North Macedonia lose on debut
The underdogs were beaten 3-1 by Austria.
'Jack knew I was knackered' - For one Ireland international, Euro '88 was the beginning of the end
John Anderson reflects on some of Irish football’s best days and his bittersweet memory of that period.
'Tough reviews' helping Ulster learn from big game shortcomings, says Jones as he targets more
Greg Jones: ‘I genuinely believe that the experience we’ve had in the last year and the way we have actually learned about them will definitely stand to us.’
Farrell has 'mixed emotions' as Ireland's attack fails to fire against France
The head coach rued his team’s failure to score when France were down to 14 players.
'It should be a moment that I’ll treasure for the rest of my life... I wish I could be happy but I can’t'
Barry Geraghty recalls winning the Gold Cup with Bobs Worth.
Neil Lennon takes positives from Celtic loss
The off-form Scottish champions had already been knocked out of the Europa League.
Paris-born Coman's 'heartache' after crushing PSG's dreams
Bayern meanwhile strengthened their European pedigree after completing a second treble.
Don't bet against Rob Kearney adding to 95 Ireland caps, insists brother Dave
The younger of the brothers was included in Andy Farrell’s first get-together.
Rodgers hails 'ruthless' Leicester, Southampton boss apologises for 9-0 rout
The Foxes sealed a record-breaking away scoreline last night.
'I have woken up every morning with pressure in my head' - Scotland star retires due to concussion
David Denton was capped 42 times and coach Gregor Townsend said the national side would ‘miss him’.
Real Madrid-bound teenager bids Santos emotional goodbye
18-year-old Rodrygo Goes has said goodbye to the Brazilian club.
'I thought I would have been in the game more' - Maguire admits frustrations with debut competitive start
Elsewhere, Seamus Coleman reflected on a 50th Irish cap.
Leroy Sane 'sorry' for stunning free-kick against former club
The Germany winger is a product of Schalke’s academy, but left the club for City in 2016.
Ex-Liverpool star scores decisive spot kick as Lazio beat Inter Milan on penalties
Lucas Leiva earned his side a big win.
Limerick-born defender scores and gets sent off as League One outfit fail to topple Arsenal
Paudie O’Connor’s goal was not enough for Blackpool to advance in the EFL Cup.
'It was a weird few days': FA Cup final ref Oliver reflects on Buffon incident
Michael Oliver will take charge of the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium.
'I was fully convinced in my head that it was just a job and it would be okay. That was naive'
With no work for him at home, John Mooney had to broaden his horizons and last Friday he was part of the Afghanistan squad which shattered Ireland’s World Cup dreams.
Dreams fulfilled, dreams crushed and more sporting tweets of the week
Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.
Munster close the gap on Glasgow but impressive win in Cork comes at a cost
Munster move to within 12 points of Glasgow after victory over the leaders, but an injury to Chris Cloete spoiled an impressive outing.
Dawson double darkens Wenger's Arsenal gloom
It was the Gunners’ fourth defeat in five league games.
Striker who saved opponent's life was racially abused by fans that same afternoon
Francis Kone has taken on hero status after his act during a Czech top-flight game last weekend.
4 winners and 4 losers from the January transfer window
Who benefitted and who lost out in what was a busy month of activity for certain clubs?
Just weeks after plane crash tragedy, Chapecoense receive Copa Sudamericana trophy
The Brazilian club’s president, Plinio David de Nes Filho, raised the title during the draw for the 2017 Copa Sudamericana and Libertadores.
Kenny proud of his players despite 'missed opportunity' in the Champions League
The Dundalk boss felt they lacked a ‘creative spark’ at times against Legia Warsaw tonight.
Sierra Leonean fan's Old Trafford heartache turns to Wembley joy
Army experts blew up a suspect device at the stadium — later revealed to be a dummy left from a training exercise.
Ireland's Harry Arter makes Premier League debut but Bournemouth's losing run continues
The midfielder has been forced to bide his time because of injury but made his top-flight bow at St Mary’s.
One Wexford player got some hurling joy last night on the Cork club scene
It was a busy day for Eanna Martin.
Premier League wrap: Walters scores and sees red, Cardiff cut Fulham adrift
Steven Caulker scored twice as the Welsh side secured a much-needed victory.