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# all or nothing

Last year
2022
# all or nothing
Watch: Amazon release trailer for fly-on-the-wall Arsenal documentary
Cameras captured behind-scenes footage of a typically dramatic Arsenal season.
All time
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'2020 will be remembered as the hardest championship that there’s been in Dublin'
Ballymun Kickhams will face Ballyboden St Enda’s in a mouthwatering Dublin SFC final.
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'How the f*** did we lose that? It’s the f****** same every single game'
Dele Alli and Eric Dier argue in latest scene from Spurs’ All or Nothing series
# rose tinted glasses
'Other people have been s**t in training but play every game. It’s not fair'
The latest batch of episodes of Amazon Prime Video’s All or Nothing documentary series is released on Monday and features a row between Danny Rose and Jose Mourinho
# all or nothing
Jose Mourinho reacting to coverage of his appointment an early highlight in new Spurs series
All Or Nothing is available on Amazon Prime now.
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Documentary reveals Mourinho's desire to make Kane a 'movie star' footballer
The series airs from Monday on Amazon Prime.
# good tv
Trailer released for Spurs documentary which centres around Mourinho’s arrival
All Or Nothing – the access-all-areas show filmed by Amazon which will be released at the end of the season – captured an eventful campaign at Tottenham.
# all or nothing
Using annual leave and taking career breaks to chase the Olympic dream
Shane O’Donoghue, Stephen Cole and Daragh Walsh talk about putting their lives on hold to pull on the green jersey.
AS IT HAPPENED
Mayo v Galway, All-Ireland SFC qualifiers
Mayo took the coveted Super 8s spot after a dramatic encounter.
# Hard Knocks
IRFU decline proposal for behind-the-scenes series on Schmidt's Ireland
The discussions never advanced beyond an informal stage.
# Analysis
Man City documentary jibes likely to add to Jose Mourinho's frustration
The United coach has endured a difficult few weeks, owing to a lack of transfer activity and the precarious-looking Paul Pogba situation.
# Big Money
Amazon pay Man City reported £10 million fee for documentary series
Pep Guardiola’s high-scoring City are strong favourites to win the Premier League title.
# all or nothing
Stack returns and Mayo unchanged as sides named for semi-final double-header
Sligo and Tyrone have also shown their hand ahead of their All-Ireland intermediate semi-final.
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Cork, Galway, Mayo and Donegal name sides for quarter-final double-header
There are two big clashes down for decision in Mullingar tomorrow.
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O'Neill out for another big scalp but poor showing will call into question timing of new deal
Ireland’s Euro 2016 hangs in the balance and victory over Italy is vital if they are to remain in the competition past the group stages.
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Wallabies skipper defends attacking approach in demoralising loss to England
Stephen Moore’s side passed up opportunities to kick for goal when trying to reel in Eddie Jones’ side.
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'It's not the end of the world. Keep your head up. We still have one more chance' - Randolph
Ireland’s number one is staying positive despite the disappointment of their latest result at Euro 2016.
# Perry's last stand
This ousted Fine Gael TD is taking his own party to court next week
Fine Gael’s John Perry’s High Court action against his own party will go ahead next week.
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Rescued: The banking inquiry will now write a much shorter report
Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty said the committee was attempting a “rescue operation”.
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Simon Thornton leads the Irish challenge with Dunne and McGrane well placed at Q-School
But it was a miserable day for Ruaidhri McGee.
# fight fire with fire
'Camping outside our box for 90 minutes is a recipe for disaster - we have to be positive'
Martin O’Neill insists Ireland can’t afford to head into Monday’s Euro 2016 play-off second-leg in a defensive mindset.
# all or nothing
Ireland fighting to keep qualification hopes alive as O'Neill's first campaign hangs in the balance
Failure to secure three points would effectively put the Boys in Green out of the running for a place at Euro 2016.
# all or nothing
'Sixth didn't appeal to me, I wanted to win': Rob Heffernan speaks after his mid-race withdrawal
The Corkman admits he ‘wasn’t great’ mentally and will have to learn from today’s experience.