David Moyes has broken his silence after his sacking as Manchester United manager – and pointedly made no mention of his players.

Strachan stays silent on Moyes

Gordon Strachan will not “patronise” David Moyes by joining in the great debate about the recently-sacked Manchester United manager.

More

Mertesacker: Ozil will shine if he keeps at it

Mesut Ozil must take criticism on the chin and achieve greater consistency to succeed at Arsenal next season, according to Per Mertesacker.

More

FA income hit by lower TV rights deals

The Football Association suffered a £34m hit in income from broadcast rights last season, the governing body’s annual report has revealed.

More

Wednesday's horse racing tips

Check out today's horse racing tips from courses around Ireland and the UK.

More

Moyes 'incredibly proud' to have managed United

David Moyes has spoken of his gratitude to Alex Ferguson for giving him the chance to manage Manchester United.

More

latest

Penney: Hanrahan could feature against Toulon

Munster coach Rob Penney hasn’t ruled out JJ Hanrahan playing some part in his sides' Heineken Cup trip to Toulon this weekend.

More

Taste of GAA to represent world famous Barbarians against Clontarf

There will be a hint of the GAA on show tonight at Castle Avenue when Clontarf host the world-famous Barbarians in a rugby game commemorating the Battle of Clontarf. ...

More

Scholes to assist Giggs at United

Paul Scholes has been added to Ryan Giggs’ backroom staff at Manchester United.

More

Barca's transfer ban put on hold

Barcelona will be able to sign players this summer after FIFA announced that the club’s transfer ban will be put on hold pending an appeal.

More

Van Gaal favours Keane as United assistant

The early front-runner for the Manchester United job, Louis Van Gaal, is reported by the Irish Examiner to want former United captain Roy Keane as his assistant ...

This story is enriched with multi-media content

More

Mourinho could field weakened side against Liverpool

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is considering surrendering the Premier League title to Liverpool by fielding a weakened team at Anfield on Sunday to prioritise the Champions ...

More

From New York to national league final via the pub for Premier star Bergin

Tipperary midfielder Kieran Bergin is revelling in his new found role with the county’s hurlers after a near decade-long stint in the United States watching his ...

More

Ryan: Unfair to point the finger at Donal O’Grady

Limerick hurling manager TJ Ryan last night issued a statement expressing his dismay at the crisis which has rocked the county following the shock departure of Donal ...

More

GAA launches mental health support pack

The GAA will today launch a new campaign to help tackle the stigma surrounding talking about mental health.

More

Higgins: I'm just a journeyman now

John Higgins labelled himself nothing more than “a journeyman” after a second successive first-round exit at the Dafabet World Championship.

More