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Irish coach Goodwin has 6-match ban for 'blantant cheating' quip reduced
He now faces just two more matches in the stand.
Man United fans threaten legal action over Chelsea ticket allocation
‘Enough is enough,’ said a spokesperson for the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust.
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Pro14 reduced to 12 teams as South African clubs miss out for new campaign
In the wake of the Southern Kings announcing their withdrawal, tournament organisers have today release a statement on the matter.
Government ministers agree to take 10% pay cut, Taoiseach says
The cut was approved by members of the Cabinet earlier today.
Chelsea free to sign players again in January as transfer ban is reduced
The Premier League club have had their suspension shortened to one window by the Court of Abritration for Sport.
Gatland's Lions to face Super Rugby sides and South Africa 'A' in 2021
The touring side have announced details of a reduced eight-game tour in South Africa.
Worker should receive €23.1k after having hours 'unilaterally and significantly' reduced
The worker brought her case to the Workplace Relations Commission.
Here's what happened to all the Garda Stations that were closed in Dublin
The closures were carried out as part of the rationalisation programme.
Chelsea 'appalled' despite FA's decision to reduce Matic ban to two games
The Blues appealed the Serbia international’s sending off against Burnley but the midfielder will still miss two games.
Bayern Munich spend €90,000 to give fans reduced tickets for Arsenal tie
A brilliant gesture from the Champions League holders.
Match-fixing scandal: Conte ban reduced to four months
The Juventus coach had initially been banned for 10 months for his part in the match-fixing scandal.
Two aspirin tablets a day "cuts bowel cancer risk"
A new study, published in The Lancet, says that taking two pills of aspirin a day can cut the risk of bowel cancer by almost two thirds for certain patients.