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# responsibility

Last year
De Gea: 'I cost my team three points today'
The Man Utd goalkeeper requested a post-match interview with Sky Sports.
All time
Catt and Farrell put the onus on Ireland's players to make better decisions
The Irish attacking effort was poor last time out in the Six Nations against France.
'I've got to look in the mirror' - Perth takes blame for Champions League exit
The Dundalk boss carried a resigned tone after his side’s 3-0 loss to Slovenian champions Celje.
Solskjaer accepts blame for Man United form
The Red Devils are two points above the Premier League relegation zone after another loss.
Leo Cullen: Leinster must learn and 'be better' after off-field incidents
The province’s head coach said steps have been taken to ensure there isn’t a repeat of the events of last May.
There's a typo on the new Australian $50 note (but 46 million of them are already printed)
In circulation since October, the note spells the word responsibility incorrectly.
Brilliant Bleyendaal typifies Munster attitude in most tragic season
‘As a rugby team, we had the responsibility and privilege to galvanise the town.’
Jurgen Klopp calls on Liverpool to embrace title challenge
The German coach says the Reds must start enjoying their football again.
'It's not the State's problem, it's the family's': Care system to adopt tough love approach
The chief executive of Tusla said the agency wants families to share more power and responsibility, and to “own their problems”.
Robbie Brady inherits Ireland number 10 shirt from Robbie Keane
As they kick off the post-Robbie Keane era, the Boys in Green have a new man donning the famous Number 10 shirt
On the eve of election, government ploughs €10 million into making sure estates are looked after
The money will be used to streamline the ‘taking in charge’ process.
Niall Quinn on the key player in Sunday's Manchester derby
The Sky pundit also gives his thoughts on Jürgen Klopp, Shane Long and Sunderland-Newcastle.
Bale can beat Juventus for Real Madrid... if he turns up, says Keane
The world’s most expensive player had a nightmare as his side lost the first leg 2-1.
The ethical questions raised by Ebola this year
What is our responsibility?
Giggs gives detailed team-talks about our opponents, says Louis van Gaal
Assistant manager has impressed in his new role.
David Beckham keen to start against Barcelona
The former Manchester United midfielder may benefit from the suspension of Blaise Matuidi.
Column: Why I should be allowed to vote at 17
I will inherit the actions of the electorate’s decisions for decades to come, so why shouldn’t I be able to influence government policy too, asks Adam Houlihan.
Column: Ireland will never care for its people until we admit our own guilt
Revelations over child deaths are just the latest in a long line – and nothing will change unless we move beyond scapegoats, writes Aaron McKenna.
8 big trends to look out for in Ireland this year
Cocooning, DIY health, and deal frenzies: Red C Research has come up with what it thinks will be the major trends for Irish society for 2012.