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Thursday 21 September 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# straight Talk

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Sulley Muntari accuses referee who sent him off of lacking 'balls'
The Pescara midfielder has seen his one-match ban rescinded on appeal, after he challenged racist abuse aimed at him.
'I try to be honest and direct and I don't think about consequences' - Mourinho on criticising players
What’s Portuguese for hairdryer?
'Some fellas will die for it, everyone is different' - Wexford boss Dunne on absent stars
The Model County supremo was without a host of big hitters for last night’s heavy defeat to Dublin at Croke Park.
'The game being played in Nowlan Park is a disgrace, it's all down to money' - Lillis
Laois senior football team manager Mick Lillis didn’t hold back when asked for his views on playing Dublin at Nowlan Park next month.
Tipperary chairman slams Tyrone for 'type of play and intimidation' in All-Ireland U21 final
Michael Bourke had plenty to say during his address to Tipperary delegates at Thursday night’s annual convention.
'All this talk about deserving one, that’s b******t, you have to make it yours'
Oulart-the-Ballagh and Wexford legend Martin Storey doesn’t have much time for excuses as his club chases an elusive Leinster senior title.
'It's beginning to follow them around like a bad smell' - Tyrone savaged on The Sunday Game
Colm O’Rourke and Ciaran Whelan didn’t mince their words last night.
Mario Balotelli is wasting everything - Mancini
The Nerazzurri coach fears the striker could throw away his career just like Adriano
'We took a guy off the bar to play 10 minutes for Connacht, that's where we're at'
Connacht coach Pat Lam lamented his squad’s injury crisis after another heavy defeat all but ended his side’s European Cup hopes.
Munster are at a crossroads, admits Paul O'Connell
Hard work will pay off for off-form Reds, as London Irish visit Limerick.