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'Whatever happens, happens' - Ulster's Kiwi winger relaxed with future plans up in the air
Matt Faddes: ‘I’ve turned off social media and I’m not looking at what’s going on in New Zealand.’
Cork City takeover hits the rocks and club faces possibility of move away from Turner's Cross
Grovemoor Ltd were unable to agree a lease with the Munster Football Association, who own the club’s home ground, and have thus pulled out of the move.
Italy hopeful of fulfilling Irish U21 fixture following Covid quarantine in Iceland
The Irish squad left Dublin today for a game now shrouded in uncertainty.
Premier League is not immune from cost of pandemic, says CEO
The UK government is reviewing the 1 October date for the return of spectators to sports venues amid a rise in coronavirus cases.
'With or without me' - Conte throws Inter future into doubt after Europa League final defeat
The former Chelsea and Juventus boss could be on the way out after a little over a year in the job.
Ryanair to cut a fifth of its flights in September and October as restrictions hit bookings
The airline also took aim at the Irish government over the operation of the Green List.
Dundalk's Champions League opponents affected as Slovenian league postponed over virus outbreak
The Lilywhites are supposed to face Celje in Hungary next week.
'That opt-in or opt-out clause applies for referees as much as players' - concern among officials ahead of GAA return
Meath whistler David Coldrick says ‘there are referees that have very valid concerns.’
Liverpool’s matches against Everton and City could be played at neutral venues
A final decision on the venue for the Merseyside Derby is expected on Monday.
Tadhg Kennelly's future in doubt with Sydney Swans - reports
The 2005 Premiership winner is the club’s latest high-profile casualty following cuts due to Covid-19.
Parents of 10-month-old waiting for vital transplants face uncertainty due to Covid-19
Uncertainty lingers in the lives of parents who have seen their children’s procedures halted due to Covid-19
GAA have plan B in place to protect this year's provincial championships
With Health Minister Simon Harris warning there may not be mass gatherings in 2020, we answer the key questions that every sports fan is asking.
Ending Premier League season by 30 June ‘not raised’ during conference call
It had been reported as many as nine teams favoured finishing the campaign by that date.
Women's football facing 'almost existential threat'
The sport is vulnerable amid the Covid-19 crisis, according to global players’ union FIFPro.
Scottish Rugby makes pay cuts amidst 'uncertainty' over November Tests
Argentina, New Zealand and Japan are due to visit Murrayfield later this year.
International Rules Series due to take place in Ireland in November postponed
There is little certainty about when the series might makes its comeback.
'The IRFU have done it in the most equitable way' - Carty on pay deferrals
The Connacht out-half says these are uncertain times for many rugby players.
Could the Olympics be cancelled outright? 'I think there is a chance. Let's be realistic'
Olympian and current secretary of the European Olympic Committee Athletes Commission, David Harte, speaks to The42.
'Except for wartime, I have never felt so worried' - doubts grow in Japan over Tokyo Olympics
Officials like Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and IOC chief Thomas Bach have repeatedly insisted preparations should continue.
Slovakia call for Euros play-off with Ireland to be postponed
Bosnia have asked for their clash with Northern Ireland to be called off, too.
FAI developing contingency plan to protect LOI clubs amid coronavirus uncertainty
Staging games behind closed doors would have a devastating impact on clubs in Ireland.
'He has to leave with his head up,' Mourinho says of Inter target Eriksen should he depart Spurs
The boss was asked about the Danish midfielder and his future following Tottenham’s FA Cup win last night.
New life in New York leaves seven time All-Ireland winner and Cork star's future in doubt
Orla Cotter recently moved to the Big Apple – and is unsure whether she’ll be involved for a 15th consecutive season on home soil.
What will happen to prisoners held under European Arrest Warrants in a no-deal Brexit?
Instead of European Arrest Warrants, extradition orders will be issued, which are more “cumbersome”, “costly”, and more political.
Clare hurling panel frustrated by 'lack of clarity' surrounding managerial selection
The Banner County’s senior hurling panel has released a statement raising a number of concerns.
2020 AFLW season still up in the air as ugly dispute rumbles on
Eighteen Irishwomen are currently on lists, as the plot thickens.
Mkhitaryan in the dark over Arsenal future after Roma loan
The midfielder has made a temporary move to Italy and is unsure where his long-term future lies.
Rory McIlroy unsure about revamped Tour Championship format
The Holywood man is isn’t sure the format will help boost the FedEx Cup finale’s prestige.
'They're checking his eligibility' - Ireland await news on Johansson after paperwork sent to Fifa
Mick McCarthy was asked about the Bayern Munich midfielder at today’s squad announcement.
Bayern prospect Johansson's eligibility for Ireland thrown into doubt
The FAI and the player’s representatives are liasing with Fifa over the issue, but Johansson today admitted he may yet play for Sweden.
Neil Lennon admits he remains unsure about his Celtic future
The former Hibs boss is adamant he will be coaching next year, but it may not be at Parkhead.
St Pat's write to FAI over Uefa licensing
It is understood the matter relates to European qualification.
Solskjaer: Herrera will give his all despite PSG rumours
The Man United manager says Herrera’s uncertain future may be contributing to his recent injury problems.
Loan scheme for first-time buyers needs another €600m - but government yet to decide on stumping up cash
The uncertainty over the future of the scheme means prospective buyers face an “anxious wait”, according to Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath.
Brexit causing a headache for Open Championship organisers ahead of Portrush staging
‘Would I be wanting to do Portrush in the year that we would be potentially leaving the European Union without a deal? No’, said the R&A’s Martin Slumbers.
Sarri 'not sure' if he still has backing of Chelsea players after poor run of results
The Blues have now lost three of their last five games after suffering defeat to Man United in the FA Cup.
Brexit: A stormy week for Britain as UK firms issue warnings and move HQs
Sony and Dyson this week announce that they were moving their headquarters out of Britain.
Declan Rice will meet Mick McCarthy to discuss Ireland future
The manager revealed today that he has already spoken to the player’s father.
Tottenham boss Pochettino will meet with key defender to discuss future
Toby Alderweireld has been heavily linked with an exit from the club.
Wenger's departure affecting Wilshere's Arsenal contract renewal
The midfielder’s contract expires at the end of the season.