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Where there's a Will there's a way: Brazilian magnificent as Chelsea pick up much-needed win
The midfielder scored one and also laid on two assists as Antonio Conte’s side got the better of Huddersfield.
'I encouraged the players to celebrate victory:' Pep breaks silence on tunnel bust-up
Up to 20 players from Man United and Manchster City were reportedly involved in clashes after their Premier League match at the weekend.
Sepp Blatter says Hope Solo's 'grabbed ass' claim is 'absurd and ridiculous'
The former head of world football has responded to the US goalkeeper’s accusations.
'I’ve seen some absolute rubbish in England. The football is eye-bleeding'
Neil Lennon has hit back at Cascarino’s criticism of the Scottish game.
RTÉ emails about 'fire trap' house were not opened by Dublin City Council official
The council has come in for criticism for failing to address concerns about overcrowded homes across the city.
Zidane fires back at Lineker over his 'embarrassing' Benzema jibe
The former Barca striker had labelled Benzema overrated after his display against Tottenham, but Zizou mounted a strong defence of his charge
'To say that Cora Staunton intimidates referees is an outrageous statement and it's very derogatory'
The Mayo camp are unhappy with comments made by Dublin manager Mick Bohan about Staunton.
'Any team would miss a player of his calibre': Moran on potential de Burca absence
Kevin Moran says the possible absence of Tadhg de Burca due to suspension will be a ‘huge loss’ to Waterford.
Davy Fitzgerald hits back at Duignan criticism, stating counties must 'play to their strengths'
The Wexford manager defended his use of a sweeper and encouraged the RTÉ panelist to get involved in management.
Derry City get over Europa League disappointment in emphatic fashion
After a run of four straight defeats, the Candystripes overcame Sligo.
'It was just not good enough': Theresa May apologises for reaction to Grenfell tragedy
Reports emerged that the cladding may have given off gas that contributed to some of the 79 deaths.
'It really couldn't be any more professional:' Dublin hurlers' goalkeeping coach
Former All-Ireland winning goalkeeper David Herity is working alongside the Dublin hurlers while also managing the Dublin camogie team.
'Who are you to judge the life I live?': Leicester City's Musa slams critics
The Nigerian forward has advised his critics to check themselves before pointing the finger.
'I don’t know where it’s coming from' - Cork boss denies disrespect during Kilkenny's presentation
The Rebelettes decided to warm down while Cats skipper Meighan Farrell gave her speech.
'I can’t rebirth myself': Kevin McStay fires back at 'nonsense' criticism from ex-Roscommon boss
Gay Sheerin suggested last week that McStay shouldn’t be in charge of the Rossies due to his Mayo roots.
GPA 'accepts decision of Congress' and defends its approach to 'Super 8' motion
The players’ organisation has been accused of being too slow to confirm its stance on the controversial move.
Connolly: Black card brought in 'because some clown in an RTÉ studio throws toys out of the pram'
Dublin star is no fan of the black card or the ‘mark.’
Carton's recent Dublin hurling allegations 'totally wide of the mark', say county board
CEO John Costello says that Dublin top brass deal with both codes in a “fair and impartial manner.”
Denis O'Brien hits out at report which raises concerns about media ownership in Ireland
In a statement released tonight, O’Brien said the report makes for “very interesting reading”.
UFC denies Georges St-Pierre's claims his contract has been terminated
The promotion insists the three-time welterweight champion is not a free agent.
McIlroy back in the mix after much-improved second round in Massachusetts
The Northern Irishman hit the ground running after carding a disappointing 71 on Friday.
Boxing authorities reject Conlan's 'cheats' claims, as IABA call for review of judging process
The stats also suggested the Belfast native was hard done by, as Russian Vladimir Nikitin was declared the victor by unanimous decision.
A Wicklow artist has responded to the Repeal controversy with a mural of his own
It went up yesterday.
Russian doping whistle-blower hits back after being barred from the Olympics
The 30-year-old said that the move would discourage future whistle-blowers from coming forward.
After last week's embarrassment, Celtic blitzed their Gibraltar opponents tonight
Brendan Rodgers’ side made light work of Lincoln Red Imps.
'We want to play the game the right way' - Dublin boss Gavin on Connolly flashpoint
The forward was singled out for special attention by Westmeath yesterday and reacted angrily.
UK forces over-stretched and under pressure in Iraq and Afghanistan
The report sets out the challenges faced by British troops.
Can't take a call? You can do more than just reject it
Especially if you know you’ll ring the person back later that day.
Leo hits back at criticism, says he's "totally committed" to forming government
The acting Health Minister was responding to comments made this afternoon by Fianna Fáil and Independent TDs.
"There's no truth in it whatsoever" - Siptu says Luas drivers are NOT asking for old pay deal
The Sunday Times reported today that Luas workers were looking for Transdev to re-table the deal agreed upon at the Workplace Relations Commission last month.
Repeat of Dortmund performance can turn semi-final around -- Kolo Toure
‘We know we can do it, we just need to believe.’
Bohemians issue statement following crowd trouble at Dalymount Park
Tonight’s match was interrupted owing to crowd disturbances, with members of the Gardaí ultimately having to intervene.
Conor McGregor: 'It is easy for those on the outside to criticise our way of living'
The Irish MMA star was speaking in reaction to the death of Portuguese fighter Joao Carvalho.
Dublin City Council is standing by its controversial 1916 banner
The banner generated a lot of criticism when it was unveiled at the beginning of the week.
Most Irish people want to see the Constitution changed to keep us out of wars
The research was commission by independent TDs Clare Daly and Mick Wallace.
'There's no basis for it' - Nash responds to running mate's 'disappointing' sexism claims
Nash was responding to remarks made by Senator Mary Moran last night.
Students in Pakistan urged not to celebrate 'vulgar and indecent' Valentine's Day
Pakistan’s President Mamnoon Hussain is against the holiday.
Vatican hits out at Charlie Hebdo for showing God carrying an assault rifle
The picture comes with the caption: “One year after: The assassin is still out there.”
This is how the government is responding to the flooding
Environment Minister Alan Kelly said local authorities have been provided with all the resources they requested.
Across Paris graffiti artists send message of defiance to attackers
The attacks earlier this month left 130 dead and hundreds more injured.