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Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
When will Pep Guardiola leave Man City?
This month
May 2024
Aiden McGeady, Martin O'Neill and the crisis at Man United
Last month
April 2024
Will Man City rue letting go a strong contender for Player of the Season?
Is it all but over for Erik ten Hag?
How Ireland’s ‘British’ style belatedly caught England off guard
What next for Caoimhín Kelleher?
March 2024
Nobody beats their old boss and few ever beat Guardiola - Arteta on cusp of something special
How a mid-game tweak inspired Shamrock Rovers' second-half demolition of Bohs
What people don't like to admit about the Ireland managerial search
126 days on from Stephen Kenny’s departure, fans are still no closer to knowing the identity of his successor.
There was one subtle but significant difference to the Stephen Kenny era last night
Ireland earned a creditable draw with Belgium in John O’Shea’s first game as interim boss.
Ranking the 13 major signings of Ten Hag's Man United
The decision that could alter the course of the Premier League title race
Liverpool were left frustrated late on as Man City breathed a sigh of relief.
'I give them everything 24/7, hugs, kisses, kicks up the arse, nights out'
This year
Pochettino wants Chelsea to be brave but whatever way they play it Man City will be too good
Is football broken?
Manchester City’s routine win over Copenhagen was the latest non-contest in an increasingly uncompetitive sport.
Bradley a rising star but Alexander-Arnold likely to be more important against Arsenal
The €30 million man who said 'no' to Bayern Munich
Last year
Man United's biggest problem underlined against Liverpool again
The Red Devils performed better than expected on Sunday but long-term concerns remain.
'We were so soft' - Is Pochettino's allure at risk amid Chelsea chaos?
If he is no longer the coach who can get the best out of young players with shedloads of talent, then what sets him apart from the rest?
Why didn't Man United buy Harry Kane?
The former Tottenham star has been consistently linked with the Red Devils in recent years.
Tomorrow will tell us a lot about Arsenal as title contenders
The Gunners are top of the table with some pundits tipping them to triumph.
The incredible stat that highlights one of the best performances of the season
Aston Villa earned a stunning 1-0 win over reigning champions Man City on Wednesday.
Was Roy Keane right all along about Man United?
The club legend has been heavily critical of Red Devils players for years now.
Eddie Howe under pressure to keep Newcastle on upward trajectory
VAR has inhibited goal celebrations - this is the worst of its many crimes
What does Spurs' dramatic turnaround say about Man United?
Marcus Rashford the epitome of Man United's unpredictability
Has Ireland's attack dramatically improved in the post-Vera Pauw era?
Is it set to be the most open Premier League title race in years?
Gibraltar win gives a glimpse of what might have been under Stephen Kenny
Last night's game felt like the end of an era
De Zerbi must prove against Liverpool that Brighton have not been figured out
Liverpool were hard done by, but their inflammatory response was irresponsible
Social media rabbit hole re-opens old wounds and debate for Irish stars
Postecoglou an antidote to all that’s wrong with the Premier League
Are Man United suffering from giving the manager too much power?
Is the FAI's indecision harming Irish football?
Maguire and Richarlison sagas highlight the good and bad of modern football
Stephen Kenny may go but his principles must remain
Stephen Kenny's Ireland tenure beginning to feel doomed