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This Manchester United tweet had fans thinking a star signing was on the way
All was not as it seemed.
Roma manage to troll all the other transfer reveals
This is truly a work of art.
QPR?s match against FC Union Berlin was rained off so the players did some co...
The players made hay while the sun most certainly did not shine.
Conor McGregor?s latest sparring partner is a former critic
He’s finally got Malignaggi in the ring.
Which Premier League side stands to benefit most from a summer AFCON?
With the Africa Cup of Nations set for the summer, who is that good news for?
Could the ?Kante Rule? revolutionise fantasy football for defensive midfielders?
Traditionally fantasy football is about attacking players – is that about to change?
Can Manchester United win the league after they won the first Manchester derb...
When your local derby is anything but local.
Peter Stringer to join Donncha O’Callaghan at Worcester Warriors
Former Ireland scum-half Peter Stringer has agreed a six-month contract with Worcester Warriors.
Celtic to face UEFA action following "illict banner" in Linfield clash
Celtic have been hit with UEFA disciplinary action over an alleged "illicit banner" which was displayed during their Champions League victory over Linfield at Parkhead.
Pablo Zabaleta welcomed former team-mate Joe Hart to West Ham in his own way
After Joe Hart joined West Ham on a season-long loan, the two-time Premier League champion received quite the introduction from his former Manchester City colleague Pablo Zabaleta.
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The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth holds off Matt Kuchar to win third major
Jordan Spieth wins The Open at Royal Birkdale by three shots after an enthralling battle with Matt Kuchar.
Women's World Cup: England beat India by nine runs in thrilling final at Lord's
Anya Shrubsole takes 6-46 as England win the Women's World Cup thanks to a nine-run win over India in a pulsating final at Lord's.
Froome wins fourth Tour de France title in five years
Britain's Chris Froome wins the Tour de France for the fourth time in five years as Dylan Groenewegen sprints to victory on the Champs Elysees.
The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth earns 'hardest, entirely anticipated win' at Roy...
Everyone assumed Jordan Spieth would win The Open when the final round began on Sunday - but no-one predicted how. Tom Fordyce describes the drama.
England women earn controversial Euro 2017 win over Spain
England need a point from their final group game to be sure of a place in the Women's Euro 2017 last eight after beating Spain.
Chelsea 'solemnly' apologise for Kenedy's social media posts
Chelsea issue an apology to Chinese fans after Brazilian player Kenedy posts offensive comments on social media.
Kinghorn wins second gold as GB finish with 39 medals
Sammi Kinghorn wins gold on the final day of the World Para-athletics Championships as Britain finishes with 39 medals, their best tally for 19 years
IAAF president Coe cannot guarantee clean World Championships
IAAF president Lord Coe says he cannot guarantee next month's World Athletics Championships in London will be drug free.
We want Neymar to stay - Barca coach Valverde
Coach Ernesto Valverde reiterates his desire to keep Neymar at Barcelona after the Brazilian scored twice in a 2-1 friendly win over Juventus.
Manchester City: Benjamin Mendy set for medical before move from Monaco
Monaco defender Benjamin Mendy travels to the United States for a medical before his Ł52m transfer to Manchester City.
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Davy Fitzgerald: More to come from Wexford
Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald believes that his side can go on to bigger and better things despite the disappointment of their Championship exit to Waterford.
Speith 'no Michael Jordan' but dreaming of career Slam
Jordan Spieth celebrated a "dream come true" following his remarkable Open victory at Royal Birkdale.
Hurling semi-final draw on Morning Ireland
The draw for the 2017 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals will take place on Morning Ireland at 8.35 on Monday, July 24.
Titles for London-bound Barr, Mageean, Gregan & English
Thomas Barr, Ciara Mageean, Brian Gregan and Mark English all won at the Irish Life Health National Championships at Morton Stadium as they gear up for next month's World Championships in London.
Waterford through to semis after seeing off Wexford
Waterford never trailed as they saw off Wexford's challenge to book their place in the All-Ireland semi-final with a 1-23 to 1-19 win at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Irish heroes prepare to come home after superb Worlds
The curtain came down on a brilliant Para Athletics World Championships for Ireland on Sunday evening, with the ten-strong team packing seven medals into the suitcases as they prepare to come home.
Murray wins the Barbasol Championship
Grayson Murray carded a three-under-par final round to overhaul overnight leader Scott Stallings and win the Barbasol Championship.
McStay names Roscommon team to face Mayo in quarters
Kevin McStay has named his Roscommon team to face Mayo in the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals a full week before the two collide in Croke Park.
Froome secures fourth Tour win as Martin finishes sixth
Chris Froome savoured his fourth Tour de France title as Dan Martin secured a best-ever sixth place finish after stage 21 of the race in Paris
Remaining teams won't fear Waterford - Derek McGrath
Waterford manager Derek McGrath is delighted to reach another All-Ireland hurling semi-final, but doesn't believe the three other sides remaining in the Championship will fear the Deise.