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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# turmoil

This year
'It's sad but it's the only way to protect my mental health' - Three players quit France team
Captain Wendie Renard says she won’t be going to the World Cup ‘under these conditions’.
All time
How are the Irish provinces' opponents shaping up for Europe?
Bath, Clermont, Stade Français, and Wasps provide the opposition this weekend.
Rassie Erasmus seriously ill when coaching Springboks to glory - reports
The 47-year-old transformed the national team from a laughing stock to world champions.
Timeline: How the death of George Floyd led to violent protests and a Trump threat to deploy the military
Here’s how events have escalated in the last eight days.
British Airways set to cut 12,000 jobs and warns it'll take 'several years' for air travel to return to 2019 levels
IAG announced the planned job cuts as it revealed that revenues plunged 13% in the first three months of 2020.
Maguire 'will be happy he didn't sign for Man Utd' - Huth
The Leicester defender was a top target for the Red Devils over the summer, but no deal was done and he signed a new contract with the Foxes.
Galway 2020 boss steps down just a few months after creative director resigned
Hannah Kiely is the latest to step down from a project that has faced criticism.
'It's not the first altercation between players and staff' - O'Neill responds to leaked WhatsApp audio
The Ireland boss identified Stephen Ward when asked about the message, as his side prepares for tomorrow’s friendly with Poland.
Denmark could field team of amateurs against Wales over player dispute
Ireland’s Nations League opponents are in crisis, with the senior squad involved in a row with the football federation.
Australia PM Turnbull clinging on as he defies 'bullies' trying to oust him
Turnbull said his rival Peter Dutton had sought to intimidate people into trying to remove him.
Mayo rocked by departure of 10 players including Staunton ahead of All-Ireland championship opener
It’s understood the departed group are citing player welfare issues.
Ramos insists Spain are 'together' as former Real defender Hierro takes over
The sacking of Julen Lopetegui has not impacted the unity of the squad, the Spanish captain says.
Evening Poll: Do you think it's okay to cover for a co-worker because of their drinking?
A new HSE study revealed some interesting trends.
Jamaican bobsleigh coach quits, threatens to take her sled home
Not ideal preparation for the Olympics.
Leeds sack coach and seek their 10th new manager in six years
Sunday’s announcement came a day after a 4-1 home thrashing at the hands of Cardiff City.
Samoan Rugby Union declared bankrupt ahead of Scotland and England Tests
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) are set to offer some financial support.
Players' union launch petition to keep five Aussie Super Rugby sides as Force future threatened
Reducing the number of Australian franchises in Super Rugby could have big consequences, the union warned.
Political turmoil over the Maurice McCabe whistleblowing smears
Pressure is increasing on government ministers and Tusla over who knew what about the Maurice McCabe story.
Heart telling Benitez to drop a division with Newcastle, 'but you have to use the brain'
The Magpies romped to a stunning 5-1 win over Tottenham, but the former Real Madrid boss says he has yet to make a decision over his future at St James’ Park.
How did it get to this? Here's the events which led to this week's Fifa arrests
From World Cup announcements to high-profile arrests, Wednesday was another dark day for the sport.
UCI disbands independent Armstrong commission
WADA and USADA had refused to co-operate with the commision’s inquiries.
Foreign investment in China in first fall for three years
The fall comes amid economic turmoil in developed markets and a slowdown in the country.
Um, really? ECB makes video celebrating 10 glorious years of the euro
They may have missed that whole eurozone crisis thing.