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This year
'Hopefully all Manchester will be blue and they can come to support us'
Pep Guardiola labels Wednesday’s Premier League clash with Arsenal “a final” as he urges City fans to play part.
Jurgen Klopp and Erik ten Hag call for end to tragedy chants
Manchester United and Liverpool meet at Anfield tomorrow.
Last year
Man United target Antony says Ajax are refusing to let him leave the club
‘Today in a meeting with the board I expressed my interest in leaving the club, this time with a considerable offer on the table.’
Buffalo supermarket shooting accused pleads not guilty to hate crime charges
Nineteen-year-old Payton Gendron appeared in court in connection with an attack at Tops Friendly Supermarket in May this year.
UK police confiscate 880 passports of England fans ahead of Germany game
Gareth Southgate has called on travelling supporters to behave themselves ahead of trip to Munich.
'No war please': Russian star into final with peace plea
Andrey Rublev made a plea for peace after notching an eighth consecutive victory.
All time
Graham Potter advises people to have Covid jabs after ‘tragic’ death of relative
The Brighton manager revealed his cousin’s husband died last week after contracting coronavirus, aged just 48.
Rapinoe asks Ronaldo and Messi to 'help' in fight against racism, sexism
The United States international won the women’s Ballon d’Or this week.
'Fans shout at you like a monkey then ask for a photo' - Eto'o calls for racism to be eradicated from football
The retired striker spoke in the context of the non-punishment of Cagliari fans for racist chanting to Romelu Lukaku.
Brazil legend Marta gives emotional speech to the next generation after her side bows out
The all-time leading scorer in World Cups asked the next generation to step up after her side were eliminated from this year’s tournament.
Liverpool CEO calls for respect from fans after reported trouble in Barcelona
Footage has emerged showing two separate incidents of individuals being pushed into fountains.
Conor McGregor pleads not guilty after Miami arrest
McGregor was not present at today’s hearing.
Rihanna calls for an end to gun violence as her cousin is killed
The pop star took to Instagram to post an emotional call.
Appeal for mourners to attend funeral of Irishman who died alone in Manchester
The Council of Irish Associations in Manchester are making funeral arrangements.
Man (63) jailed for nine years after stabbing partner when she said she wanted to leave
The Cork man had pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of his partner last year.
Teen to go on trial accused of €8k spending spree with stolen bank card
The 17-year-old is charged with 26 counts of theft.
Ex-England footballer Gascoigne fined after pleading guilty to racially-aggravated offence
The 49-year-old admitted using “threatening or abusive words or behaviour” during An Evening With Gazza in Wolverhampton.
Police in Belfast appeal for calm after murder of prominent loyalist
The man has been named as prominent loyalist John Boreland.
Lineker urges Vardy to choose Leicester over Arsenal
The former striker-turned-pundit says the Foxes’ 24-goal star should reject the north Londoners’ advances.
Man pleads not guilty by insanity to murdering mother with mug
The trial of Bijan Afshar is expected to last three days.
Widow pleads for lost phone with husband's last messages to be returned
She said the phone was very precious to her as it has photos and messages on it.
Tsarnaev broke down as family said he was a gentle child who cried watching The Lion King
Five family members who took to the stand yesterday.
Porterfield pleads with ICC to ensure Ireland haven't played their last World Cup game
The Ireland captain said he was ‘proud’ of the team’s performances.
United must NOT sack Van Gaal... even if they don't get fourth, insists Neville
The Red Devils face a tough fight to qualify for the Champions League.
After botched executions, Boston bombing suspect asks US to rule out death penalty
Federal death penalty cases are relatively rare in the United States, and are often reserved for the most heinous and notorious crimes.
Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder of wife
Andrzej Benko has pleaded not guilty to the alleged attack on his wife.
Man, 20, pleads guilty to assaulting former Ireland cricketer Jesse Ryder
Ryder was put into an induced coma following the assault outside a Christchurch bar earlier this year.
Update: ‘I am not racist,’ insists new Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio
The Italian’s arrival at the Stadium of Light has already stirred controversy due to his far right-wing politics.
Jill Meagher accused denies murder, pleads guilty to rape
Adrian Ernest Bayley, 41, also pleaded not guilty to two separate rape charges.
Pics: Seán FitzPatrick and former Anglo execs back in court
The former head of the now defunct bank was back in court today ahead of his and two other former bank executives’ trial next year.
Former City starlet Michael Johnson reveals mental health problems, asks for privacy
“I would be grateful if I could now be left alone to live the rest of my life.”
Wilshere urges Walcott to stick with Arsenal
The England international has acknowledged that “everybody at the club wants Theo to re-sign”.
Ronaldo should come home to United, says Evra
The French full-back also says that his former teammate is “better than Messi”.
Hillsborough probe must end sick taunts - Rodgers
The Liverpool manager also recalled the “propaganda” written about the event at the time.
Bin Hammam set for hearing as he seeks to overturn ban
The controversial ex-FIFA presidential candidate has taken his appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Ring calls on airlines not to 'rip off' fans travelling to Euro 2012
The minister has said he expects an increase in prices ahead of the tournament, but has urged companies not to charge supporters excessive amounts.
Lennon tells Celtic fans to end sectarian chants
The manager claims that it’s only “a tiny group” of supporters who are misbehaving.
Stokes hoping for call-up to face Estonia, despite 'misunderstanding'
Anthony Stokes is keeping his fingers crossed that Giovanni Trapattoni isn’t holding any grudges.
O'Sullivan asks county board for 'help' in International Rules dilemma
The Kerry star is still hoping to be able to travel to Australia for the forthcoming series.