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# Woe

Last year
2022
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Leicester defender scores two own goals as Liverpool narrowly prevail
It was a night to forget for Wout Faes.
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Harry Kane will bounce back 'stronger' from penalty miss
Jordan Henderson praised the England star after his costly error.
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Germany great resigns as sporting director
Oliver Bierhoff has stepped aside two years early after his country crashed out in the group stage for the second consecutive World Cup.
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'We can't blame Lukaku' for World Cup exit
Timothy Castagne has expressed support for his Belgium teammate.
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Lewandowski's miserable World Cup run continues as penalty miss proves costly
Guillermo Ochoa was the hero as Mexico held Poland.
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Derry's league campaign concludes in frustration as Sadou Diallo out of cup final
The red card will have irked Ruaidhri Higgins more so than the defeat to Dundalk.
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Hours after sacking manager, relegation-threatened Hull lose again
Georgian Shota Arveladze has left the club after only eight months in charge.
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Eddie Jones believes Darcy Swain’s dismissal inadvertently helped Australia
England were dismal as they stumbled to a 30-28 defeat.
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Heartbreak for West Ham in Frankfurt as red card proves costly
Left-back Aaron Cresswell was sent off early on and Hammers manager David Moyes was also dismissed from the sidelines
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Over 2 years on from €100 million move, Eden Hazard's nightmare spell continues
The Belgium international has suffered another injury setback.
All time
# Respect
Lewis Hamilton to be knighted just days after F1 title woe
The 36-year-old matched Michael Schumacher’s record seven world titles in 2020.
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Juventus struggle as post-Ronaldo era begins
Kalidou Koulibaly scored a late winner as a 2-1 triumph for Napoli put them top of Serie A.
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Longford's 23-game winless run continues as Finn Harps move up to 8th
Town are 14 points adrift at the bottom of the table.
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Jurgen Klopp speaks to Alisson about the keeper’s ‘killer’ errors
The German coach looked forward after a bad afternoon at Anfield.
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Sheffield United make unwanted Premier League history amid loss
The Blades have now made the worst start of any team in the top-flight’s modern era.
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Real Madrid recovery halted by three Valencia penalties and own-goal
‘There is no justification, no excuses,’ said Zinedine Zidane afterwards.
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Djokovic to lose ranking points, $250,000 prize money after US Open DQ
A statement from the US Tennis Association detailed the immediate sanctions.
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Rafa Benitez hits rock-bottom in China
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s Guangzhou R&F extended Dalian Pro’s wretched winless start to the season.
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'This defeat is on me,' says under-fire Real Madrid defender
Raphael Varane insisted on facing up to his two mistakes against Manchester City.
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Leeds' Premier League promotion hopes suffer setback
Junior Hoilett opened the scoring on 35 minutes, before Robert Glatzel doubled Cardiff’s advantage.
# Report
Rodriguez's rocket hands Man United fifth defeat in a month
Burnley secured their first league win at Old Trafford since 1962.
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Monaco fire the same coach they sacked last year
Leonardo Jardim’s second stint in charge of the club has ended.
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Fans riot as Cruzeiro relegated from Brazilian top flight for first time in 98-year history
Ze Rafael and Dudu scored for Palmeiras as they won 2-0 in Belo Horizonte.
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Another Arsenal loss increases pressure on Unai Emery
The Gunners were beaten 2-1 by Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League this evening.
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Ireland's miserable record at Rugby World Cups rolls on in Tokyo
‘Maybe you put too much pressure on,’ said Ireland captain Rory Best after the latest defeat.
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'This is probably the most difficult time since I've been here. I don't know what is happening'
David de Gea couldn’t prevent his side from slipping to yet another disappointing result on the road.
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James McClean goal not enough as Stoke's disastrous start continues
Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest’s victory saw them go top of the Championship.
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Ex-Chelsea star criticises 'disrespectful' Barkley after penalty miss
Eidur Gudjohnsen was not impressed with the England international.
# Going Well
Embarrassing own goal hands Northern Ireland fifth straight win
Kevin Malget had a night to forget at Windsor Park on Thursday.
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Cardiff relegated from Premier League after Palace loss
Neil Warnock’s men will be spending next season in the Championship.
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Steven Gerrard set to finish first season empty-handed as Aberdeen stun Rangers
The Ibrox outfit were dumped out of the cup and consequently missed out on a semi-final against Celtic.
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CSKA complete home and away double over Real Madrid but still finish bottom of their group
The Spanish side suffered their biggest-ever home defeat in Europe.
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'U13s normally can clear the ball with either foot' - Steven Gerrard unimpressed with Rangers defender
The Liverpool legend criticised Connor Goldson and lamented the basic errors made by his side.
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'I haven't been selected for whatever reason when I have been back fit'
Ireland striker Scott Hogan is hoping to put aside frustration at club level ahead of two crucial Nations League games.
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Despite over €100 million spent this summer, West Ham remain bottom of the league and point-less
Adama Traore scored a last-gasp injury-time winner to hand Wolves a 1-0 victory.
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Here are all the goals from today's World Cup final
A mishap meant France took an early lead, before Ivan Perisic equalised and Antoine Griezmann scored from the penalty spot.
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Analysis: Ireland's poor preparation and tactics costs them against Denmark
The Boys in Green’s World Cup dream died in humiliating fashion at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday.
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Humiliation for Italy as they fail to reach World Cup for first time since 1958
Sweden emerged victorious in Milan, thanks to a 1-0 aggregate victory.
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Lyon beat Everton to pile pressure on Koeman
Meanwhile, Italian Serie A high-flyers Lazio came from behind to win 3-1 at Nice, after Mario Balotelli had opened the scoring.
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Fresh humiliation for Dutch football as Holland fail to qualify for 2018 World Cup
They could only beat Sweden 2-0 on Tuesday when they needed an unlikely 7-0 victory.