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# not impressed

This month
November 2023
Jurgen Klopp hits out at lunchtime scheduling of Liverpool-Man City clash
The sides will meet at the Etihad Stadium after the international break.
This year
Hearts criticise Blackpool boss Mick McCarthy over 'disingenuous' comments
Hearts have hit out at McCarthy following his comments on their player, Toby Sibbick.
Last year
Jon Rahm brands world ranking points ‘laughable’ at Dubai season finale
Changes were made to the OWGR this year.
Erik ten Hag warns Manchester United’s players over ‘unacceptable’ drop in focus
The Red Devils blew a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Aston Villa in their final match of a pre-season tour of Australia and Thailand.
'When I told Owen he wasn’t going to be captain, he wasn’t very happy'
Courtney Lawes will lead England in Saturday’s series opener against Australia.
'That’s one of the worst-case scenarios that you can see on a rugby field'
Ireland head coach Andy Farrell reflects on Sunday’s defeat of 13-man Italy and looks forward to a round four trip to Twickenham.
Cullen: EPCR have lacked consistency in dealing with cancelled fixtures
Leinster remain deeply frustrated by the decision to award Montpellier a 28-0 bonus-point win following their cancelled round two meeting.
Pep Guardiola hits back at Thomas Tuchel’s claims over Covid
The City boss feels his players have not been given the credit they deserve.
All time
Chelsea's Tuchel frustrated by 'noise' after Lukaku voices dissatisfaction
The Belgian striker told Sky Italy he was ‘not happy with the situation’ at Stamford Bridge in an interview released on Thursday.
Opposition parties label government's Housing For All plan as 'unambitious'
Homeless charities welcomed the new strategy.
'I don't think they've made any progress at all' - Dowling on Dublin's season
Shane Dowling was speaking on this week’s edition of The42 GAA Weekly.
‘A little disrespected’: Marge Simpson responds after Kamala Harris comparison
Jenna Ellis, a senior adviser to US President Donald Trump, said vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris ‘sounds like Marge Simpson’.
'I wouldn't have picked him anyway' - Ljungberg explains reasoning behind Ozil's absence for Arsenal
The Gunners’ interim boss has revealed why the German playmaker missed out on a trip to Everton.
Lampard says Chelsea star Barkley showed a 'lack of professionalism' in latest off-field incident
Ross Barkley was was pictured shirtless in a nightclub during the international break.
Jennifer Arcuri says Boris Johnson has cast her aside like 'a fleeting one-night stand'
The businesswoman said the prime minister treated her like a “gremlin” when she asked for advice on media pressure.
'I thought I was terrible,' says NBA star of 33-point Clippers debut after rave review from coach
Paul George feels his first appearance was far from ‘sensational’.
'They play like a team of strangers': Scholes slams Man United despite Partizan win
Anthony Martial’s penalty may have given the visitors victory in Serbia but their ex-player was far from impressed with a disjointed showing
Fuming Andy Murray tells Fognini to 'shut up' during bad-tempered exchange in Shanghai
The two players confronted one another in a lengthy exchange at the 2019 Shanghai Masters.
'Zidane is a disgrace': Bale's agent slams Real Madrid boss over exit talk
The 30-year-old forward has been touted for a departure from the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
'Worst pitch I've played on': Man City hero Phil Foden unimpressed with Newport surface
A pair of second-half strikes did not mean Phil Foden found Manchester City’s FA Cup trip to Newport County an enjoyable experience.
Pochettino baffled by 'unbelievable' refereeing after Son shown yellow card for diving
Son Heung-min was booked for an apparent dive in Tottenham’s win over Leicester City in a decision that angered Mauricio Pochettino.
'English referees cannot use VAR' - Chelsea boss Sarri slams penalty call in Spurs semi-final
The Italian was critical of the use of video review following a controversial moment in Tuesday’s clash
Christmas shutdown for the US government with Trump painted as the 'Grinch who stole the deal'
Around 800,000 federal employees may be forced to ditch work or work without pay ahead of Christmas.
Maradona: 'Messi's a great player, but he's not a leader... Let’s stop making a God out of him'
Maradona believes Messi is the wrong choice for the Argentina captain.
Glasgow coach Rennie criticises Connacht's sacking of Keane ahead of season opener
‘It’s fair to say I wasn’t impressed.’
'He can't come back to Argentina' - Maradona blasts boss Sampaoli after Iceland draw
Diego Maradona said Argentina’s 1-1 draw with Iceland on Saturday was “a disgrace”.
'We know what he's like' - Ramos aims jibe at Suarez after refusing to stop play
Sergio Ramos had no regrets about Real Madrid’s decision not to kick the ball out of play for the Barcelona forward on Sunday.
'We lost our heads': Conte frustrated with Chelsea's discipline during shock defeat to Burnley
Conte is looking to become the first Premier League manager to win consecutive titles since Alex Ferguson in 2008.
'A complete and total fabrication': Russia denies collecting compromising information on Trump
A 35-page unverified dossier regarding the claims has been published by Buzzfeed News.
CityJet's boss says striking pilots' union is 'a pain in my backside'
The Dublin-based airline is locked in a dispute with pilots represented by the Unite.
Laura Whitmore has hit out at the Late Late Show after Katie Hopkins' appearance
The presenter claims she was shunned by the show last year.
Tánaiste expresses "disappointment" that AGSI to strike with rank-and-file gardaí
Middle-ranking gardaí will also stage two work-to-rule days before the November work stoppages.
'They need to cop on': Fianna Fáil denies it's biding its time to bring the government down
Fianna Fáil leader Michéal Martin said the government had to stop looking over its shoulder and lead.
Speedo drops Ryan Lochte for making up robbery story
The story was a major embarrassment for Team USA at the Rio games.
Jones scathing of England's 'disrespectful' treatment in Australia
England coach Eddie Jones has been less than impressed with how his team has been treated in Australia.
Richard Keys met Sepp Blatter and Twitter was not impressed
The former Sky Sports presenter gave plenty of fuel to his haters’ fire earlier.
The man who let the Taoiseach know exactly what he thought about Jack the Ripper being Irish
Talk about tarring us all with the same brush.
Video: This baseball fan does not like the 'Mexican Wave'
This guy, huh?
Politician tells journalist to 'f*** off' after being asked how much she weighs
Liz Kendall has described the question as ‘unbelievable’.
Decision to outsource surgery at Portlaoise "threatens existence of hospital"
The news that complex surgery will no longer be performed at Portlaoise follows last month’s highly critical HIQA report into the standard of care at the hospital.