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Roy Keane’s tribute to deceased former teammate
Roy Keane recently paid tribute to his former teammate at Rockmount Paul McCarthy, who died suddenly last month, writes Stephen Barry.
So Shaquille O'Neal believes the world is flat...
He?s pretty tall, so maybe he has a better perspective than the rest of us?
Bastian Schweinsteiger wishes he'd done more at Man Utd, but the fans all lov...
The German is leaving the Premier League, and took to Twitter to say goodbye.
Nate Diaz blasts Dana White on Twitter and rubbish claims he keeps turning do...
We don?t recommend talking about your boss like this on Twitter?
Manchester United are set to welcome Alex Ferguson back to the dugout
What a sight this will be for fans of the Old Trafford side.
Paul Pogba's brothers were dancing on TV, so naturally Paul Pogba danced along
Pogba likes to dance.
This Blackpool player assisted himself in a League Two game, and it's making ...
There?s a bit of Usain Bolt about this.
Benik Afobe's goal, planes over The Hawthorns and all the other important Pre...
Messages in the sky told the story of just how divided Arsenal fans are over Arsene Wenger?s future.
Nine memes that pretty much sum up how Irish rugby fans are feeling right now
The Six Nations came to a close with defeat for England in a dramatic finale.
Emotions are running high after Ireland upset England's bid for another rugby...
The home side were ferocious!
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Lewis Hamilton dominates Australian Grand Prix practice
Lewis Hamilton puts in a scintillating performance to set the pace in second practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
'I was terrified of men, now I fear no-one' - from poverty & abuse to boxing ...
From a childhood of hunger and abuse to double Olympic champion, Claressa Shields has been fighting all her life.
David Haye told to explain pre-Tony Bellew fight behaviour
David Haye is called before boxing authorities to explain his behaviour in the build-up to his bout with Tony Bellew.
England's style used to be like rugby - Podolski
England used to be "like a rugby" team but have a brighter future because they "play more football now", says ex-Germany forward Lukas Podolski.
McIlroy knocked out of WGC Match Play despite not playing
Rory McIlroy is eliminated from the WGC Match Play, with a day of the group stages to go, as Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen wins 4&3.
How cricket is helping to heal Rwanda
Audifax Byiringiro, a Rwandan cricketer, tells his harrowing story of escaping the 1994 genocide and how cricket has helped play a part in the healing process.
British Swimming investigates bullying claims
British Swimming is conducting an investigation after multiple bullying claims by Paralympians about a coach, the BBC learns.
England chants in Germany 'disrespectful' - FA chairman Clarke
Behaviour of a section of England fans during the friendly in Germany was "inappropriate, disrespectful and disappointing", says FA chairman Greg Clarke.
Formula 1: Harder, better, faster in 2017? The new season kicks off in Melbourne
With new rules and new-era cars, Formula 1 takes a step into the unknown as the 2017 season starts in Australia this weekend.
How Syria won their 'most important match'
Syria faced Uzbekistan in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and BBC Sport's Richard Conway was there.
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O'Neill rubbishes talk of Wales slump
Martin O'Neill has warned his Republic of Ireland players not to be taken in by suggestions that Wales are suffering a Euro 2016 hangover.
McIlroy out of Match Play despite walkover, Lowry exits
Former champion Rory McIlroy crashed out of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play despite winning a match without hitting a single shot, while Shane Lowry is also out after defeat to Jon Rahm.
Redmond: Cluxton kick birth of 'phenomenal' Dublin
The origins of the all-conquering Dublin football team can be traced back to Stephen Cluxton's match-winning free against Kerry in the 2011 All-Ireland Final, according to Blues legend Charlie Redmond.
On the box: Your guide to all the weekend sport on TV
Ireland come face to face with a Welsh galactico, Mayo prepare for a crucial Omagh showdown and Cork City look to make an early title statement - it's your guide to the best of the weekend's sporting fare and a comprehensive guide of where to watch it.
Ireland v Wales: The Opposition - 5 Key Areas
The Euro 2016 semi-finalists are in town for Friday's World Cup qualifier and while Chris Coleman's side have not enjoyed the greatest start to the campaign, they will certainly be looking to secure the victory at the Aviva to kick-start their journey on the road to Russia.
At a glance: Weekend's Allianz Football League action
It's the penultimate round of games in the 2017 league and there's still an awful lot to play for in each of the four divisions, writes James McMahon.
Michael Keane happy to switch Ireland for England
epublic of Ireland youth international Michael Keane says playing for England was always his dream and didn't have to think twice once the Three Lions showed an interest.
GAA digest: Niall Morgan returns in goal for Tyrone
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has made two changes for the Allianz Football Division One clash with Mayo at Omagh, with a couple of further positional switches.
Irish World Cup bid boosted by review visit - Potts
Ireland's Rugby World Cup Oversight Board Bid Director Kevin Potts believes that the timing could not have been better for the visit of the World Rugby Technical Review Group.
Spurs granted permission to play home games at Wembley
Tottenham moved one step closer to playing home games at Wembley next season after their application to host 27 matches at the stadium's full 90,000 capacity was approved.