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# speaking up

This year
Cork City hands lifetime bans to two fans who aimed chants at Rovers manager Stephen Bradley
Bradley said those responsible should spend a day on a hospital ward to understand the severity of their actions.
Cork City hands lifetime bans to two fans who aimed chants at Stephen Bradley
The Shamrock Rovers manager said those responsible should spend a day on a hospital ward to understand the severity of their actions.
Real Madrid file hate crime complaint after Vinicius targeted by racist abuse
Real Madrid forward Vinicius Junior opened up on the disgusting abuse he has received after game with Valencia had to be paused.
Last year
Bale says Wales can 'shed a light on the problems' in Qatar during World Cup
Bale has echoed the Football Association of Wales’ determination to speak out on human rights and LGBT issues surrounding the World Cup.
Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins reveals he was sexually groomed by a coach at the age of 13
The 2012 Tour de France winner and three-time Olympic champion said he did not feel he could speak up at the time.
All time
'I've got a text off one or two fellas saying they've now gone and spoke to someone'
Ireland’s Keith Earls says he takes pride in the reaction he’s received since opening up about his mental health.
'I’ll support Cliodhna, she’s my teammate' - Eddy's comments leave Ireland squad in difficult position
Ireland players Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe and Nichola Fryday were asked about Anthony Eddy’s recent interview during a team media event today.
Andy Murray welcomes ATP investigation into allegations against Alexander Zverev
Zverev denies the claims made by his former girlfriend Olga Sharypova, which first surfaced nearly a year ago.
'My lane has been given to lessons at times when I go training' - Paralympic champion Keane
Ellen Keane says that access is often a problem for her compared with Olympic athletes.
'We don't want it to happen' - Henderson leads Liverpool players in united front against Super League
A number of the club’s squad have posted identical messages on social media.
Ryan confident Ireland can find quick fix for communication issues
The squad’s communication on the pitch was flagged as an issue by attack coach Mike Catt.
Sterling calls for black managers to be given 'right opportunities' in football
‘It’s not just taking the knee, it is about giving people the chance they deserve.’
McPhail comes out fighting for Rovers as critics over 'B Team' mount
‘The Limerick thing, people keep thinking we jumped in and seen a gap there. We didn’t. We were always going to apply,’ the Hoops’ sporting director insisted.
Lancaster pushing Leinster's introverts to come out of their shells
‘What I found over here is a lot of the players are quiet, they are detail-orientated.’
Get your voice heard: How to be more assertive in meetings
Use your body language and choose words carefully.
Agger: 'Brendan Rodgers didn't appreciate what I contributed at Liverpool'
The Danish skipper says the breakdown of his relationship with the Reds’ manager led to his departure from the club.
IRB 'don't believe' in Anglo-French European Cup venture
“We strongly believe it should be a European competition,” declared IRB chief executive Brett Gosper.