FIFTY years on from Liverpool and Celtic’s first competitive meeting, Brendan Rodgers could make the Bhoys serious players again, writes Richard Purden.
IRISHMAN John Giles has finally admitted to his involvement in a hilarious prank played on Jack Charlton during their time together at Leeds United.
Former Republic of Ireland footballer Gary Breen on being second generation Irish, the Euros and missed chances for a World Cup title
GARY BREEN remembered being one of the boys of summer,…
A LONDON-BASED football team packed with graduates of UCC are appealing for supporters to turn up for the biggest game of their short existence on Saturday.
A NOEL McGEE header in the closing minutes gave the Irish Defence Forces a 1-0 victory over the UK Armed Forces in Kilkenny on Wednesday.
THE grandson of former Ireland international Charlie Hurley has voiced…
‘I don’t feel safe near any Muslim’ – Former Galway United club director Mike Buckley sparks racism row
A FORMER director of Galway United has triggered a racism…
FROM the man who raised the Tricolour above the GPO to the messengers on bikes delivering updates to those in command, we look back at 1916 heroes who doubled up as sporting icons.
DUNDALK and Shamrock Rovers off to winning starts, while Galway shock St Pat’s in the opening weekend of the League of Ireland.