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# Same Old Story

This year
Northern Ireland lose 1-0 (again) as Slovenia close in on Euros qualification
Michael O’Neill’s side have now lost five of their eight Euro 2024 qualifiers on a 1-0 scoreline.
Last year
Manchester United blow lead again in Southampton draw
It is the third time in a row that United have coughed up a first-half lead.
All time
Ulster fail to rise to the Challenge as Leicester seal comeback win
Ulster lost 33-24 to Leicester in tonight’s Challenge Cup semi-final.
Gio Reyna and Christian Pulisic give USA victory over Northern Ireland
A superb strike from Niall McGinn gave Northern Ireland late hope.
Leinster outplay Munster to win fourth Pro14 title in a row
Leinster defeated Munster 16-6 with Jack Conan getting the game’s only try.
More unrest in Marseille as Hungarian supporters clash with police inside stadium
It’s the second time there’s been unsavoury scenes at the Stade Velodrome during Euro 2016.
Frustration for Gary Neville as Valencia blow a big chance to build confidence against Barca
Trailing 7-0 from the humiliating first-leg, the struggling side lost a lead once again.
Mayo set their sights on five-in-a-row after battling win over Galway
Cillian O’Connor kicked 0-9 as Mayo booked their place in the Connacht SFC final.
Will Hillary Clinton's campaign offer anything different to the usual guff?
Her opening video was pretty predictable, for the most part.
It started as an epic but ended in a whimper as Djokovic thwarts Murray in Australian Open final
The two slugged it out early on but it was a four-set win for the Serb in the end.
Ticketmaster delaying refunds process as Garth Brooks situation 'still ongoing'
However the Environment Minister said he’s not going down the road of emergency legislation.
POLL: Who would you like to see win this year's Ballon d'Or?
The least surprising shortlist of all-time features Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Andres Iniesta.