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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Sympathy

Last year
'It’s uncomfortable and I feel sorry for them' - Guardiola on Chelsea
Sanctions have cast uncertainty over the immediate future of the Blues.
All time
'He has come halfway across the world as a young guy... it's a disaster for him'
Niall Scannell shared Munster’s disappointment for RG Snyman, who could be out for up to a year.
Mikel Arteta rues 'sad' story of Jack Wilshere
Mikel Arteta played alongside Jack Wilshere for Arsenal and says the injury-hit midfielder was so gifted he could have been a great.
'It's very difficult. I want the best for Manchester City' - Arteta
The Spanish coach’s current club could benefit at the expense of his former team.
McIlroy: People like to kick Reed when he's down
The Holywood native feels the 2018 Masters champion had been given a particularly rough time.
'I feel sorry for the players like Parisse and Ghiraldini' - Irish sympathy for Italy
Keith Earls and CJ Stander also underlined that they’re focused on their own jobs against Samoa.
O'Driscoll: 'If I was Toner I'd be feeling very sorry for myself and wondering whether it was justified'
‘You don’t want to alienate yourself by putting your foot in your mouth and saying something you can’t take back.’
Over 1,000 people turn out for candlelight vigil in Dundalk for murdered Japanese man
Sasaki (24) was stabbed killed after he was attacked last week in the town.
Ben Youngs' absence leaves Lions feeling subdued on 'Messy Monday'
Warren Gatland spoke about the difficult situation that prompted the England scrum-half to withdraw from the squad.
'I've grown up with him since I was 15’ - Darren Randolph gutted for Rob Elliot
The Ireland goalkeepers know each other from their days at Charlton together.
Drogba leaps to defence of PSG's Aurier following homophobic jibe at Blanc
“How can young players learn from their mistakes if they are not given the proper support and advice?
"I wouldn't like it if the Greeks started telling me what to do"
Irish Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has expressed disappointment at a lack of resolution in the Greek situation.
Both friends and rivals offered nice tributes to Rio Ferdinand after the death of his wife
The football world rallied around around the QPR defender.
'It's a dark enough place' - Kearney feels for O'Brien after latest injury blow
Leinster will look to the likes of Rhys Ruddock to fill the potential ball-carrying deficit created by injuries to O’Brien and Cian Healy.
Book of condolence for Gaza victims to be opened tomorrow in Dublin
Lord Mayor Christy Burke repeated his call for negotiations to end the violence.
Woman who had just been raped told to "quit crying" by 911 operator
However, the operator will receive no disciplinary action.
Two people killed in separate overnight road crashes
Both incidents took place in the early hours of this morning.
Munster GAA pay tribute after tragic deaths of Limerick referee and Clare handballer
Shane Hourigan and Barry Nash tragically died in road accidents in recent days.
Minister: John Perry is like thousands of small business owners across Ireland
Brian Hayes has said he has a lot of sympathy for fellow junior minister John Perry who had a €2.47 million judgment ordered against him in the courts this week.
Allegri backs banned Conte
Milan Boss thinks Conte’s continued ban is hurting Italian football.
Column: ‘We Irish are defined by a lack of empathy’
The national begrudgery that was once a joke has become a sneering reality in the recession, writes Lisa McInerney.
Scientists unlock mystery of 'sympathy pain': when we feel somebody else getting hurt
Some people are so good at imagining other people’s pain that they physically feel it themselves – and it’s linked to the ‘phantom pain’ amputees suffer in their missing limbs.