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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# The Morning Score

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# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
One Irishman picks up another award in Britain, Newcastle prepare to name new boss and Paul O’Connell says patience is a virtue.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Robbie Keane could be reunited with a former manager in January, Ulster looking for options as weather bites and G-Mac picks up another award.
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The Morning Score: Monday
Keano on the brink of exit, Graeme McDowell shows what he’s made of and the race for the apprentice’s crown goes to the wire.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Voting set to get underway in Zurich, Keano has an important cup win and Lebron gets ready for a hostile reception
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The Morning Score: Wednesday
Trap takes a hit on his wages, a Cats legend bows out and there’s major changes afoot for one Irish rugby province.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Mourinho denies humiliation despite five-goal rout and Brian O’Driscoll prepares for lay-off.
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The Morning Score: Monday
Brian O’Driscoll may miss Clermont games, De La Salle seal a historic win and Aiden McGeady has a spectacular end to his first Russian season.
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The Morning Score: Friday
Arsene Wenger seems to be in a spot of bother, Trap to take a pay cut and Cork prepare to lose another GAA star.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
The Morning Score: Rooney’s back in the game, the FAI leave a dozen staff go and Paul O’Connell is set for a comeback at last.
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The Morning Score: Wednesday
Graeme McDowell out to take his chance, end of the road for The Bull and Real Madrid players pull a fierce stroke. You have to see this.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Good news for Irish golf fans, soccer refs make a decision passing the Scottish picket line and Ancelotti says he’s going nowhere.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Monday
The Morning Score: Declan Kidney counts the cost of a bruising encounter with the All Blacks, another Wicklow club game is marred by ugly scenes and William Gallas’ hand goes sadly unshaken.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
Keane takes another swipe at the FAI, Trap is made to back-track after ‘insensitive’ comments and the biggest knock-out I’ve ever seen.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Little to take from a defeat with Norway, Kidney likely to cause debate with surprising team selection and one Irishman is off to a flier in Hong Kong.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
The sports stories you need to know with your first coffee: United fans hopeful as Glazers set to pay off their loan, boxing set for massive showdown and the Aviva will welcome some big names next summer.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
Bohs attepmt to secure their future, Mickey Harte makes an interesting Rules Series proposal and the Aviva Stadium ticket fiasco is set to rumble on.
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The Morning Score: Thursday
The Meath management saga at last concludes, tempers frayed in the Premier League and BOD warns Ireland of Samoa challenge.
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The Morning Score: Wednesday
Tipperary name their ‘dream team’, the temperature rises in Manchester and Ricky Nixon reveals the Dublin nightclub of choice for AFL tourists.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
A shock Tour switch for an Irish golf star, guess who’ll lead Kilkenny next season and the FAI will investigate a dangerous incident during a dramatic night in Bray.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Monday
O’Gara makes an emotional plea, there’s a winner in Shanghai and the Meath manager saga takes another twist.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
Brian Kerr denies Newcastle switch on the cards, De Villiers under pressure ahead of Ireland clash and Molinari leads in Shanghai.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Declan Ryan in line for Tipp job but Premier bosses say hunt goes on, get Duffer back in your Fantasy Football teams and Richard Hughes is grounded in his quest for the jockeys’ prize.
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The Morning Score: Wednesday
Bale makes headlines again, Padraic Maher gets award nod and Kenny Egan heads for Florida
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The Morning Score: Tuesday
Clubs’ action is just the ticket as IRFU change their mind, Cork lose another O hAilpín and a World Series win gets the party going.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Monday
A former Ireland boss may be in line for a Premier League job, the country’s rugby clubs are ready to revolt as IRFU chiefs to meet today and G-Mac stays in the groove.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
Hoop dreams about to be realised at last, Malthouse goes in hard on Irish press and English decides that bank job a wiser move than following Sheedy in Tipp.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Pep Guardiola gets ready to swap Las Ramblas for Coronation Street, it’s first blood to the Giants in the World Series and Paulie’s on the road to recovery.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Robbie in line for an Italian job, Cork get a decision from their football manager and it’s an interesting start for the new-look Miami Heat overnight.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Tipp are set to re-apppoint a bone fide legend as boss, another Irish manager could be counting a massive tax-free wedge and a young Dub is preparing for his Old Trafford debut.
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The Morning Score: Friday
Every morning, The Score brings you a round-up of the day’s biggest stories
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Cork bid to keep Conor Counihan in top job, Ferguson vows to sort Rooney situation this morning and Marcus Horan ruled out of November Tests.
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The Morning Score: Wednesday
Some crowd trouble mars Shamrock Rover’s semi-final replay joy, the world speculates on the colour of Wayne Rooney’s next jersey and Paul McGinley is line for a big early promotion this morning.
# Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Rooney threatens to cross town, Cork hurlers check their mobiles for texts from Denis Walsh and Declan Kidney ponders his Lions future