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New Leeds badge met with fury and ridicule by fans
The club says they consulted 10,000 people but, within an hour, a petition raced past 10,000 signatures to stop the club using the new crest.
James McCarthy pictured smiling in hospital bed after successful surgery on h...
His teammate Seamus Coleman says he’ll be with McCarthy “every step of the way”.
Kick It Out raises 'serious concerns' over Phil Neville's suitability for Eng...
New England Women’s boss Phil Neville should be facing the possibility of punishment from the Football Association over "misogynistic and sexist" tweets, Kick It Out has said.
Roger Federer ’very excited’ to play semi-final newcomer at Australian Open
Federer is happy to see players make their breakthroughs at the Australian Open to bring fresh blood to the sport.
Doubts over Chris Robshaw and Mike Brown add to England’s injury crisis
England have now seen 16 players ruled out of the start of their title defence, a number that will climb to 18 if Robshaw and Brown fail to recover.
Rory McIlroy has ’spring back in my step’ after positive return to action
Rory McIlroy will pursue a first win since September 2016 with a "spring in his step" after exceeding expectations on his return to action.
Michael O’Neill expects to sign new Northern Ireland contract
"The discussions were very, very positive so I look forward to having something to announce."
Wales star Liam Williams could miss entire 6 Nations
An irritated Gatland suggested the option of surgery on the problem should have been taken up earlier.
New England Women’s manager Phil Neville apologises for sexist tweets
Not a great first day in the job.
Seamus Coleman: 'It's fantastic to feel like a footballer again'
Coleman showed his determination to get back into first-team contention by making a strong tackle in the early stages.
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'He was regarded as a genius - now rattled Mourinho looks outdated'
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is "looking outdated" and his personality has changed, says ex-Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.
Pogba can't be happy at Man Utd - France manager Deschamps
France coach Didier Deschamps says Paul Pogba "can't be happy" finding himself out of favour at Manchester United.
Serena Williams: Miami Open tournament director says seeding rules should change
Seeding rules are a "kind of punishment" for players after maternity leave and "should be changed", says the Miami Open tournament director.
Fiorentina rename training ground after tragic captain Astori
Fiorentina will rename their training ground after former captain Davide Astori, who suddenly passed away aged 31 earlier this month.
World Rugby to look at Spain's World Cup qualifying defeat by Belgium
World Rugby said it will investigate the "context of events" around Belgium's controversial win over Spain in a 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifier.
Mercedes boss Wolff predicts three-way fight for F1 title
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says he expects the new season to be a "three-way fight" with his team, Ferrari and Red Bull.
West Indies beat Zimbabwe to close in on World Cup place
West Indies move to the brink of qualification for the 2019 World Cup with a narrow four-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in Harare.
'It's almost time for them to rip it up and start again' - Guscott on where E...
England have been rocked to the core and must use the summer tour to South Africa to rebuild their confidence, says Lions great Jeremy Guscott.
Lyon face European ban after Uefa crowd trouble charges
Lyon face a European ban after being charged by Uefa over crowd trouble at Thursday's Europa League defeat by CSKA Moscow, while on a suspended ban.
England winger Watson 'out for six months' with Achilles injury
England and Bath back Anthony Watson will miss the remainder of the season with an Achilles injury.
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'It's not the way to finish a game'
Limerick manager John Kiely and Clare co-boss Donal Moloney were agreed that a free-taking competition was an unsatisfying way to decide Monday's epic Allianz Hurling League quarter-final contest between their sides.
Central contracts key to Irish success - Lenihan
RTÉ rugby analyst Donal Lenihan believes the IRFU's policy of centrally contracting players gives Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt a major advantage over other teams in the Six Nations.
Limerick beat Clare in historic shootout to reach semis
Colin Ryan scored the sudden-death winner for Limerick in the first ever Allianz Hurling League free-taking competition after an epic quarter-final encounter with Clare at the Gaelic Grounds.
Late Rovers penalty makes Limerick pay the price
Shamrock Rovers claimed their first away points of the season thanks to Graham Burke's penalty fifteen minutes from time, in a 1-0 win over Limerick.
6 challengers to Grand Slam champs for World Cup spots
There were a whole host of Irish players watching on enviously as Joe Schmidt's team secured the Grand Slam on top of the Six Nations title on Saturday.
Cork ease past Bohs to stretch their lead at the top
Cork City moved four points clear at the top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division as they comfortably defeated Bohemians 3-0 at Turner's Cross.
Kilkenny leave it late to squeeze past battling Offaly
Kilkenny may have secured the semi-final berth in the Allianz league that everyone expected them to earn this afternoon, but they were made to fight for every minute of their clash with Offaly at Bord na Móna O'Connor Park
Pogba "cannot be happy" at United, says Deschamps
Paul Pogba "cannot be happy" with his current situation at Manchester United, according to France boss Didier Deschamps.
Sligo earn last-gasp draw after dour tussle with Offaly
Niall Murphy's pointed free deep in injury-time salvaged a point for Sligo against Offaly in a dire game of football in O'Connor Park in Tullamore on Monday afternoon.
AIL round-up: Dublin University strike late
There were wins for Dublin University and UCD in Division 1A of the All-Ireland League today.