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Patrick Kluivert's son Justin signs for Roma on long-term deal
Justin Kluivert has penned a deal with the Italian club that runs until 2023.
Former Sevilla coach Berizzo eyeing return to coaching after beating prostate cancer
Eduardo Berizzo was diagnosed with cancer last year, before being sacked by Sevilla in December.
Robbie Keane to take first step into management with Indian side ATK
The Republic of Ireland record goalscorer will take on the role of player/manager for the final game of the season.
Gerry Adams expected to set out his 'future intentions' at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis this weekend
Adams told the media this week that nothing in his speech this Saturday will impact on the talks in Northern Ireland.
Shelbourne captain Pearl Slattery looks to the next chapter as new league season approaches
Shelbourne are the team to beat heading into the new season.
That was quick: Steven Gerrard in talks over managerial role at MK Dons - reports
The former Liverpool midfielder only confirmed he was leaving LA Galaxy on Tuesday.
Robbie Keane vows to continue MLS career even if he has to leave Galaxy
The 36-year-old is out of contract at the Los Angeles club.
'Retirement is not something to be feared, but something to be embraced'
Former Munster wing Johne Murphy is moving on with his coaching and business life.
Life after Donegal: How far can Jim McGuinness go with Celtic?
Karl Lacey says there are no limits to what the All-Ireland winning manager can achieve.
All change for Ireland Women with 12 new faces for Six Nations
New head coach Tom Tierney will look to build on the momentum of last year’s World Cup.
Former Connacht and Scotland outhalf Dan Parks retires after '11 great years as a pro'
“You get to a point,” the Australian told, “where you’re running and others are catching up, and passing you.”