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# The more things change

Last year
United boss Erik ten Hag puts ‘unnecessary’ defeat down to lack of self-belief
Brighton claimed their first-ever victory at Old Trafford thanks to a first-half brace from Pascal Gross.
All time
Brady throws for five TDs in comeback win, while Odell Beckham torches the Cowboys once more
‘OBJ’ scored three touchdowns, two of them rushing scores, as the Browns racked up almost 50 points in Dallas.
Joyce off the mark as Galway edge Mayo on penalties following late fightback
Galway trailed by six points with only minutes remaining but forced a shootout with a late, late burst.
Four years after Ray Rice, the NFL proves few lessons have been learned
The organisation’s attitude towards domestic violence is once again in the spotlight, writes Steve O’Rourke.
FIFA president Blatter to stand for fifth term, says luxury watches are a 'non-problem'
The 78-year-old has been FIFA’s leader since 1998, but has faced growing criticism from European football chiefs.
Swansea put their faith in Monk as permanent boss
The club’s former defender has taken them to 13th in the league during his period as interim manager.
Seanad abolition was proposed 80 years ago
The former Fianna Fáil leader Eamon De Valera proposed abolition as part of his party’s 1933 General Election Manifesto.