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Alex Neil on verge of becoming Sunderland boss after Roy Keane deal falls flat
The club could not finalise a deal to bring the Corkman back to the Stadium of Light.
All time
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Munster GAA schools discover playing rule u-turn 6 days before knockout games
Gaelic football sides in Munster have found out they must play under the new sin-bin, advanced mark and kick-out rules.
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Super 8s schedule to change in 2020 and GAA could move games from Croke Park
The decisions were taken at the GAA’s Central Council meeting over the weekend.
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Cork's radical plan is defeated but issue for GAA at a national level is not going to go away
The same problems persist at club level around the country.
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Faletau to captain Wales for the first time as Gatland makes 10 changes for clash with Italy
The Welsh are in action on Sunday in Cardiff.
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Munster club kingpins to face new 'Super Six' format in 2018 Limerick hurling championship
Na Piarsaigh will be aiming for back-to-back titles for the first time.
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5 ways to change up your fitness routine this summer
Get outdoors while you can, writes personal trainer David Last
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Fixing All-Ireland senior finals for mid August a GAA target to ease club chaos
Aogán Ó Fearghail feels it’s key to tighten up the season.
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Need some gym inspiration? Here’s a quality upper body session
Bored with your current routine, change it up.
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Limerick senior panelist brought into attack for Munster intermediate clash with Tipperary
Limerick make two changes from last month’s victory over Clare.
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This Fine Gael TD thinks the O'Flynn case raises 'serious issues' about how Nama does its business
Michael Creed says we need “developers and we need developers in funds”.
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Alan Brogan: 'I'd like to see the tap and go'
The Dublin star believes adopting the new rule would help to curb the practice of cynical fouling.
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McCarthy’s inclusion gives me freedom to experiment, says Trapattoni
The Republic of Ireland boss has indicated that he will not necessarily stick to 4-4-2 when using the Wigan midfielder.