WATCH: Ashley Young rolls back years and scores vintage curler
Ashley Young rolled back the years against Fulham today after he scored a vintage Young curler to the back post after a great run and cheeky nutmeg. Ashley Young goal #MUFC — markwesto31 (@markwesto31) December 8, 2018 Quality finish from Young! #MUFC #GGMU #MUNFUL Read more
Salah hat-trick sends Reds top, for now

A hat-trick from striker Mohamed Salah has given Liverpool a win at Bournemouth to propel them to the top of the Premier League for a few hours at least.

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WATCH: Mo Salah makes a complete fool of the Bournemouth goalkeeper TWICE before scoring hat-trick
Mo Salah was back to his brilliant best against Bournemouth today after the Egyptian king netted 3 against the Cherries including this outrageous bit of trickery as Salah fooled Bournemouth’s Asmir Begovic not once but twice before scoring his third. What a goal from salah, That... Read more
Former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness signs coaching deal with US soccer team

Jim McGuinness is to continue his soccer career in the USA.

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Damien Delaney leaves Cork City by mutual consent

The former Republic of Ireland international returned to the club in July after nearly 20 years in the English leagues, with his final six seasons being spent with Crystal Palace.

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Chelsea lose further ground in title race after being hunted down by Wolves

Chelsea slipped 10 points behind Manchester City in the Premier League title race after a shock defeat at feisty Wolves.

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500 tickets secured for Ireland fans hoping to attend Mick McCarthy’s Euro 2020 opener

The FAI have confirmed they’ve secured 500 tickets for Irish fans planning to attend Mick McCarthy’s first game back at the helm against Gibraltar on March 23.

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Cork City goalie and Shamrock Rovers defender among three new Derry City signings

Declan Devine has made a trio of new signings at Derry City.

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Irish goalie’s stunning point-blank save up for FA Cup’s save of the round

What a reaction!

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‘No hiding place’ for Shane Duffy as he apologises for headbutt red card

“I’m disappointed in myself for even getting myself into the situation.”

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Southampton appoint Ralph Hasenhüttl as new manager

He joins on a two-and-a-half-year deal, taking over from Mark Hughes, who was sacked on Monday.

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WATCH: Manchester City’s Ederson pulls off the cheeky no-look pass
Manchester City’s Ederson showed his his level of confidence once again against Watford in the Premier League after the Brazilian Goalkeeper pulled off the cheekiest no-look pass from a Premier League keeper, ever! Ederson producing no-look passes 😂🙈 — James John (@JamesJohn2427) December 4, 2018... Read more
WATCH: Manchester United fan Andy Tate releases Christmas single
Well known and outspoken Manchester United fan Andy Tate has put his name in the mix for Christmas number one after the die-hard reds follower released a single titled ‘Since Fergie’s Gone’ on social media. The song is 3 minutes and 33 seconds long and feature... Read more
DJ apologises for asking Ballon d’Or winner Ada Hegerberg about twerking

French DJ Martin Solveig has been widely criticised for asking the winner of the women’s Ballon d’Or trophy, Lyon’s Ada Hegerberg, if she could twerk on stage.

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Modric wins 2018 Ballon d’Or

Real Madrid and Croatia star Luka Modric has claimed the 2018 Ballon d’Or at a ceremony in Paris.

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Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane being linked to vacant Southampton job

Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane are among those being linked to the vacant Southampton job.

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Southampton looking for new manager after parting company with Mark Hughes

Southampton have parted company with manager Mark Hughes, the club have announced.

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Tony Galvin claims Euro giants still see us as gallant losers

Thirty years after being ridiculed by his Tottenham clubmates while playing for Ireland, Tony Galvin believes the superiority complex remains alive and well amongst Europe’s elite.

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Guide to the Euro 2020 draw and all of your main questions answered

At the end of an atrocious year for the Irish football team, results will be off the agenda for a couple of hours at least when Dublin hosts the Euro 2020 draw tomorrow.

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The battle of the North London improvers

The most-improved player award isn’t always the most coveted of titles, ranking somewhere above ‘clubman of the year’ but well below the more meaningful individual honours; but for two players at Sunday’s North London derby it is a story worth telling.

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