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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Upheaval

This year
Laois searching for new manager after Billy Sheehan departs
A brutal defeat last month at the hands of Down in the semi final of the Tailteann Cup brought the curtain down on his reign.
Last year
Why Irish teams don’t qualify for the Champions League - and how that could be about to change
A little-known Luxembourg club has launched a case that may reshape football as we have come to know it.
Should South Africa join the Six Nations at Italy's expense?
There could be change ahead with SA Rugby aligning itself to the Northern Hemisphere.
All time
O'Donnell set for Dundalk job as St Pat's get Clancy green light
The42 understands that the head coach informed Saints owner Garret Kelleher of his desire to move to Oriel Park in a meeting yesterday.
'Ultimately we let him down' - Preston boss departs, leaving Irish international gutted
Alan Browne was one of many Irishmen to play under Alex Neil’s stewardship.
Two Champions Cup games cancelled due to Covid-19 cases in Exeter squad
There could be huge ramifications for Munster, Ulster, and Connacht in Pool B.
Wales rocked ahead of Ireland clash as defence coach quits
Byron Hayward has left his role just five days ahead of the Nations Cup meeting with Ireland.
FAI move remaining Cup quarter-finals due to international call-ups
All the games will take place on Friday, 20 November.
Waterford FC doctor resigns as club reports second suspected Covid-19 case
Today’s game with Sligo was postponed over a suspected Covid-19 case discovered yesterday.
Stewart Donald resigns as Sunderland chairman
He became a household name after prominent role on Netflix show, Sunderland ‘Til I Die, but Donald quit club today.
Barcelona deny corruption after six board members resign over 'hands in the till' claims
The Spanish club continues to embroiled in political crisis under their current president Josep Maria Bartomeu.
Saracens' interim CEO resigns less than a month into his year-long term
Edward Griffiths returned to the club earlier this month after leaving in 2015.
Jared Diamond: 'It would be imprudent for Ireland to give itself over to self-pity and hatred from the past'
Pulitzer-Prize winning historian Jared Diamond talks about how countries recover – or don’t – from massive crises.
Bath-linked Ryan leaves role at Worcester Warriors
Donncha O’Callaghan and team-mates will have a new man in charge this season.
‘Politics is a dirty world’: AAA activist quits after bitter row over council seat
Bernadette Rynne claims she was passed over for a council seat, but AAA members in Dublin West dispute her account.
Ulster players enthused by Kiss appointment as unhappy Anscombe departs
The Australian may remain in charge of the province for the entire season.
Column: Straight talk on Bosnia has been sadly lacking during Ireland’s EU presidency
Ireland can no longer afford, financially or morally, to go along with the EU’s current hopeless policy in Bosnia. Now is an opportune time for a fundamental rethink of how the EU should deal with the political situation there, writes Patrick Nulty.
U21 boss Cunningham expresses interest in managing Galway hurlers
Anthony Cunningham would jump at the chance to lead the Galway senior hurlers, despite the fact that current boss John McIntyre remains in a job.