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# straight talking

Last month
May 2023
# straight talking
The commonality and subtle differences between John Kiely and Giannis Antetokounmpo
The Limerick boss and Milwaukee star both took issue with the media narrative, but challenged it in contrasting ways.
This year
# straight talking
Swansea reject two bids for Ireland striker Obafemi
The Republic of Ireland international has been linked with a move away from the Swans.
Last year
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No time for Kerry 'cute hoorism' as Gary O'Neill eyes Champions League progress with Rovers
Hoops midfielder accepts progress in Europe is a driving force as club bid to build on domestic dominance.
All time
# straight talking
Vogue had no business asking Kendall Jenner to address rumours she's gay
Newsflash: woman comes out as straight.
# shots fired
'Embarrassing' - Keane has a pop at Liverpool and Spurs for lack of trophies
The ex-Manchester United midfielder believes the clubs should have more to show for themselves over the past decade.
# straight talking
'When I see Gibbs with the armband, you're in huge trouble' - Keane slams 'average' Arsenal
Ireland’s assistant boss didn’t mince his words on ITV last night.
# carra
Liverpool have sixth-best squad and no Plan B - Carragher
The former Reds defender says a top-four finish would be a success, but admits Jurgen Klopp needs a different approach.
# straight talking
Student who called out David Cameron for 'waffling': 'I don't care if I was rude.'
Last night’s Sky News Brexit debate got heated.
# straight talking
Van Gaal: United were not the better team
The Red Devils had one shot on target in their 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace.
# straight talking
Barack Obama used the n-word while discussing racism
The US President was speaking on a comedian’s podcast.
# straight talking
Rio Ferdinand believes Fifa and Uefa have let football down over racism
The events of the past week have accentuated the failings to adequately address the issue in the sport.
# il trap
Former Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni claims Mario Balotelli will have career regrets
Some straight talking from the 75-year-old.
# straight talking
'Every day you know you're going to be in pain' -- Jennings happy to see the back of pre-season
We asked the flanker about the difficulties of training hard as you get older and got a predictable response.
# straight talking
John Giles thinks the Leeds owner is a 'headbanger'
The club’s former player has described recent events surrounding the team as a “disgrace”.
# straight talking
Roy Keane says England players didn't perform, dismisses Rooney criticism
Roy Hodgson’s men failed to win a game in Group D, as Costa Rica and Uruguay progressed into the knockout stages.
# straight talking
Sean Cavanagh: 'If I go through on goal in the last five minutes, somebody's going to rip me down'
Cavanagh believes most inter-county players would have replicated his foul in last summer’s championship.
# cork like
Is this the most straight-talking car ad on DoneDeal?
‘She’s in great running order but ‘The Man’ says I need some paperwork to put her on the road.’
# straight talking
Interview: Bland GAA interviews could be here to stay laments Off The Ball’s Joe Molloy
The Newstalk presenter feels many counties took note of Joe Canning/Henry Shefflin media sensation last year.
# Intense
Tomás O'Leary: English Premiership is much tougher than the PRO12
The Ireland scrum-half believes there are no easy games in England and has his eyes set on an international comeback.
# straight talking
Interview: Donaghy taking nothing for granted ahead of Limerick clash
Kerry star is also the latest player to call for goal-line technology to be introduced.