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# On the slide

Last year
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Leeds suffer sixth straight Premier League defeat as Aston Villa cruise to win
Philippe Coutinho, Matty Cash and Calum Chambers were all on target.
All time
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Wales conclude Autumn Nations Cup with stuttering win over Italy
Wayne Pivac’s team finished fifth in the tournament but their only wins in 2020 have come against Italy and Georgia.
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Error from ex-Real Madrid keeper sees Leeds slump to second straight Championship defeat
Kiko Casilla conceded another soft goal in his side’s defeat to Nottingham Forest.
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RTÉ's commercial income dropped 20% last year as sales of DVDs and CDs tumbled
The State broadcaster has traditionally relied on such sales as a significant contributor to its income.
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Murray slump continues with shock exit while coach-less Djokovic advances
The Scot’s form struggles are a concern just weeks out from the French Open.
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Are student loans the answer to Irish colleges dropping down university rankings?
The state’s competitiveness watchdog thinks so.
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Bayern's poor form continues with Champions League defeat to Rostov
Carlo Ancelotti’s side look set for a tougher last 16 draw with Atletico Madrid in pole position to claim top spot in Group D.
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Ireland has tumbled down the list of 'good' countries
We’re not bad, just not as good anymore.
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Neville: 'The obituaries have already been written, I have been judged in six weeks'
The Valencia manager has failed to register a La Liga win from nine attempts.
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Munster's slide continues as they fall to another Pro12 defeat
Anthony Foley’s side had a disappointing afternoon in Wales, scoring just six points.
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Ireland down three more places to 44th in FIFA rankings
The Boys in Green have fallen while Brazil’s Confederations Cup win has seen them shoot back into the top 10.