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Last week
17th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
'The results and performances that we got were in spite of Vera being our coach'
Diane Caldwell has hit out at the management of Pauw following her departure.
'The results and performances that we got were in spite of Vera being our coach'
Diane Caldwell has hit out at the management of Pauw following her departure.
This month
September 2023
Longford Town confident alleged racial abuse 'did not occur' during Kerry FC draw
Kerry FC alleged that one of their players had been subjected to racial abuse following a clash between the sides.
Last month
August 2023
Spain coach Jorge Vilda criticises Luis Rubiales over ‘inappropriate’ behaviour
Spanish Football Federation president Rubiales has been provisionally suspended by Fifa.
This year
Down GAA hit out at 'vindictive actions' after plane banner seen during Donegal match
The banner carried a message aimed at the county board secretary.
PSG coach Galtier 'deeply shocked' by racism accusations
The PSG coach has been accused of making racist remarks about players when he was coaching Ligue 1 club Nice last season.
'It’s an interesting article but it’s nearly irrelevant at this stage'
Ireland Women head coach Greg McWilliams responded to a report published by the Telegraph.
Richarlison: I wasn’t 'mutiny leader' behind Conte's Tottenham exit
A journalist on TyC Sports accused Richarlison and Cristian Romero of giving Spurs an ultimatum over Conte’s future.
Harrington issues statement after refusing to answer questions during Off The Ball interview
The Olympic champion has issued a statement this evening.
Harrington issues statement after refusing to answer questions during Off The Ball interview
The Olympic champion has issued a statement this evening.
Manchester United bounce back with comfortable victory over Real Betis
Marcus Rashford, Anthony, Bruno Fernandes and Wout Weghorst were on target.
'I'm a bit disappointed' - Ireland boss Pauw defends team tactical approach
‘It is not that I love a deep block, I love winning.’
Cork soccer club vows to defend reputation over referees' boycott
Club said CCTV shows ‘very significant discrepancies’ between the statement made by the Cork Branch of the ISRS and the video evidence.
Tánaiste announces €2 million in emergency aid for Turkey and Syria following earthquakes
Countries around the world have rushed to dispatch aid, personnel and equipment to help rescue efforts in the regions.
'Croke Park looks tired but we now know what it can and can't take' - GAA reacts to criticism
It’s hoped that the condition of the surface will return to normal when the schedule of events eases and the weather improves.
'Unbelievable how I was sent off' - Clifford criticises All-Ireland final red card
The Fossa star made the remark during his acceptance speech.
Amid Chelsea interest, Benfica condemn 'disrespectful' Enzo Fernández approach
The 21-year-old Argentine was voted best young player at the World Cup.
Last year
David Beckham makes first statement on his Qatar World Cup deal
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid player had appeared very little in public during the tournament.
'Angry' Vera Pauw considering legal action in response to NWSL allegations
The Republic of Ireland women’s national team manager spoke at a press conference this afternoon.
Toulouse proved too strong, but Munster can make trip to Northampton with confidence
Graham Rowntree insists his squad’s progress won’t be derailed by Sunday’s Champions Cup defeat at Thomond Park.
Manchester United release statement in wake of Ronaldo claims
Meanwhile, Jamie Carragher believes the Portugal star ‘wants to be sacked’ by the club.
Russell says Scotland omission 'good for him' after starring role in Racing win
The 30-year-old kicked 18 points and laid on two tries as the Parisians beat Montpellier 38-31.
Rangers bounce back from Liverpool embarrassment with Motherwell win
Malik Tillman and John Lundstram found the net for Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side.
Wounded Australia write to World Rugby over refereeing concerns
French referee Mathieu Raynal sparked uproar in Australia last Thursday.
'His team does it all the time' - Cheika hits back at All Blacks over illegal play jibe
New Zealand accused the Pumas of bending the rules during their historic Rugby Championship win.
Varadkar hits out at 'sworn political opponents' as DPP directs no charges in GP leak affair
Varadkar says allegations against him are “politically motivated and often highly personalised
'Maybe Eamonn’s comments were a bit stretched' - Moving past AFLW saga, and Leinster final regrets
Vikki Wall has defended her manager after coming under fire for his comments earlier this year.
'When you lose a big game, you want to get it out of your system and play again'
Leo Cullen was pleased to see his Leinster team deliver a positive response to their Champions Cup final defeat by hammering Glasgow at the RDS yesterday.
Liverpool CEO says over 5,000 fans have submitted accounts of Paris chaos
‘Nobody should experience what our fans experienced both before or after the match.’
Liverpool: Authorities ‘deflecting responsibility’ for Champions League chaos
Uefa and French government ministers claimed ‘industrial level’ ticket fraud was to blame for the scenes outside the match in Paris.
'Bizarre' and 'unfair' - Meath boss under fire for criticising Dublin stars
Retired Dublin star Noelle Healy was responding to the Meath manager’s remarks about Sinéad Goldrick and Lauren Magee.
Mexico bans away fans after league game suspended by violence
Fifa have condemned a ‘barbaric incident’ that left 26 people needing hospital treatment.
Coveney summons Russian ambassador to express Ireland's 'strong views' on actions in Ukraine
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney says that Russia is in “severe breach” of international law.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney says that Russia is in "severe breach" of international law.
Amid claims the IFSC was being used as a "funnel" for Russian money, Coveney says Ireland will enforce EU sanctions.
The Russian ambassador to Ireland Yury Filatov has previously said that EU sanctions will result in a 'proportionate' response from Moscow.
Fears of invasion mount as separatist leaders ask for Russia's help against Ukraine 'aggression'
US sanctions Russia for 'beginning' invasion of Ukraine
WTA still 'concerned' over Peng Shuai after new denial
The Chinese tennis player has issued a further denial of sexual assault allegations.
Jesse Lingard denies asking for time away from Man Utd after move fell through
The 29-year-old attacking midfielder has hit back at Ralf Rangnick’s claim.
Tipperary's Billy Seymour scores 0-11 to keep TUS Midwest’s Fitzgibbon hopes alive
They bounced back from a 30-point loss to UL last week with an eight-point win over TU Dublin.
All time
IRFU expresses disappointment and 'refutes the overall tenor' of women's letter
The union views the letter as “outside interference” during the two ongoing reviews into women’s rugby.
Waterford FC owner 'backed into a corner' over controversial sacking of Bircham
Richard Forrest has had his say on a dramatic day for the club.
'Reasonable person' Jones defends methods amid criticism over high staff turnover
A report in The Times cited anonymous accounts from players and former coaching staff to portray Jones as a harsh taskmaster.
GPA respond to GAA's 'surprisingly conservative' financial projections for Proposal B
The players’ body are ‘delighted’ that the Association’s figures show ‘no meaningful financial impact’ for the league-based championship.