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# Different Strokes

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# Different Strokes
The wild paths of Coventry and Man City since Premier League relegation
The two sides dropped out of England’s top flight together in 2001 and this week illustrated the contrasting nature of their fortunes.
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# Different Strokes
A tale of two careers as Galway's Joshua Smith searches for hope while best friend Willi Orban battles Bayern Munich for glory
‘We’re like brothers so when I came here he joked that I could be the king of Ireland’ – Galway United’s new American centre back is ready to make an impression.
# Different Strokes
Confidence, rather than 'Leinster style' the key difference for Ireland in 2019, says Lancaster
Leinster’s senior coach was drawn into the autopsy of Ireland’s disappointing year by Isa Nacewa and Brian O’Driscoll.
# Different Strokes
O'Donovans' mentor Dominic Casey named World Rowing coach of the year
The Skibb clubman took the honour in Berlin last night.
# Different Strokes
9 things you'll know if you and your other half are from different counties
Sure you could be from different worlds.
# Different Strokes
Diaz: I was the 'money fight' long before McGregor - but they tried to shut me up
Nate Diaz criticises UFC and media ‘push’ that has made McGregor a superstar.
# oui oui
"The Liffey is like a hip version of the Seine", according to The Huffington Post
One travel writer has fallen in love with the city.
# Different Strokes
A US national team swimmer is set to represent Ireland at the Olympics
Shane Ryan is changing his sporting citizenship.
# Different Strokes
Some of your ancestors were fat and some of your ancestors were thin
New research has shown our ancestors began to diversify earlier than we think.
# Different Strokes
McIlroy welcomes proposed putting change
“Skill and nerves are all part of the game,” says the world number one as golf chiefs try to phase out anchored putters.
# Putting Green
The Irish in America: Different strokes for Rory, Pádraig, Darren and Graeme
The Green Jacket evaded the clutches of the Blarney Boomers but there were Top-10 finishes for Harrington and McDowell