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# clean slate

Last year
'I really would love for the obvious evolution to be visible for people'
Ireland head coach Greg McWilliams on the evolution of his squad and prioritising squad depth.
Cork 'focusing on All-Ireland' return as new chapter opens against last year's nemesis
The Rebels are now under the watchful eye of Shane Ronayne.
All time
Northern Ireland try to move on after controversial defeat to Switzerland
Ian Baraclough’s side are unlikely to qualify for next year’s World Cup after they lost on Saturday.
2016 All-Star and Carnacon midfielder re-joins Moyles' Mayo set-up
Fiona McHale – who’s one of four Carnacon players to return – had been absent since 2018.
The FAI has settled a €368k bill with An Garda Síochána for policing major football matches
The FAI’s ability to repay the monies owed follows a €55 million government package which saved the organisation last year.
All-Star midfielder and Carnacon great open to Mayo return under new management
Fiona McHale has been absent from the set-up since 2018.
Vettel contemplated retirement amidst Ferrari failure before Aston Martin switch
The quadruple world champion is starting afresh.
Dublin defender Cooper set for return as he enjoys life under childhood hero Farrell
‘It is nice to get a different voice and different perspective,’ the six-time All-Ireland winner says.
Concern after Leinster championship scrapped, as Dublin boss dismisses talk of dominance
2020 is a season of change in ladies football.
Banners, tickets and more - John Delaney holds 'clear-the-air' talks with Irish supporter groups
There’s ‘still plenty of work to do but a real desire was shown from all to get back on track’ according to one fans group.
New management for Kerry ladies as they look to put 2018 struggles behind them
The Kingdom will hope they can focus on the football under Donal O’Doherty.
'We want the best for Mayo' - Players leave the door open for 12 departed team-mates in 2019
Sarah Rowe is happy to draw a line under the row and move on.
Karius wants to put Champions League blunders 'in the past' and bounce back at Besiktas
Despite Jurgen Klopp wanting to keep him at Liverpool, the goalkeeper is looking forward to a spell at Besiktas.
'It was a brilliant 2017 but it's 2018 now' - Blues Sisters hope to end another drought
Sinéad Goldrick and Dublin are chasing an elusive Lidl Ladies National League Division 1 crown.
Preston appoint new manager after losing LOI enthusiast Simon Grayson
Boyle, Horgan, Maguire, O’Connor and more have a new man to impress at Deepdale.
Leo says he won't be 'best friends' with Micheál Martin but it's time to start afresh
Leo Varadkar said there will be more disappointments than appointments for his colleagues as he selects his new Cabinet.
FAI-backed candidate elected new Uefa president
Aleksander Ceferin defeated Dutch FA president Michael van Praag by 42 votes to 13 in today’s election.
Six months after a €32 million windfall, the Irish founder of Hassle is on the way out
The company was sold to a German rival in July.
5 big questions for Ulster ahead of the new rugby season
So much change means very little is certain for the northern province.
UEFA changes the rule that saw Roy Keane miss the 1999 Champions League final
Bookings will no longer be carried forward to the semi-finals of the Champions League and Europa League, UEFA said.
Calamitous Latvian goalkeeper has an opening day of the season to forget
Some days you get the bear, other days the bear gets you.
We're not scared of Keane, insists Alex Pearce
The Reading defender says Ireland’s players want to learn from the new assistant manager.