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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# What might have been

This year
England's loss has been Ireland's gain with impressive Andy Farrell
The Wigan native goes up against his homeland for a Grand Slam on Saturday.
Last year
'I think I changed Joe Schmidt's mind, which is hard to do'
Jamie Hagan told The42 Rugby Weekly Extra podcast about his ‘sliding doors moment’ at Leinster.
All time
'I was better at Gaelic than I was at soccer'
Seamus Coleman on the difficulty of picking one sport over another.
'I’d say it was tough enough for him...he would more than likely be playing with Galway as well'
Had it not been for bad injury luck, a third Mannion brother might be part of the Galway team tomorrow.
Ex-United chairman reveals talks were held with Wenger to succeed Ferguson
The Frenchman was the club’s “number one choice” to take over at Old Trafford in 2001.
Disappointment for Tori Pena and Greg Broderick on a mixed day for the Irish in Rio
Both athletes fell short in their quest to progress.
'I played it a bit wrong... but this company has a $4.2 billion price tag because of me'
Conor McGregor elaborated on his dispute with the UFC at tonight’s press conference for UFC 202.
The best teams that never won the Euros - the definitive list
Who would you add to the list?
Dan Carter reveals how he nearly quit rugby to join the Superbowl champions
The fly-half’s autobiography was released today.
Ireland miss out on landmark win after falling just short against Australia
A 23-run defeat in Stormont for John Bracewell’s side.
I almost signed Aaron Ramsey - David Moyes
The United boss says he was close to signing the Arsenal star while he was manager at Everton.
Football would be a scary place if Anderson Silva played for Brazil
The UFC legend should stick to the Octagon.