Celtic thrashed 7-1 by PSG in European nightmare

PSG 7 - Celtic 1: Celtic suffered another night of European anguish against Paris St Germain in a 7-1 thrashing in the Parc des Princes.

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England rugby players decide not to give Samoa any of their match fee

England's players have opted against giving a portion of their match fee to their Samoan counterparts ahead of Saturday's clash at Twickenham.

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Willian the star as Chelsea crush 10-man Qarabag to qualify for Champions League knockout stage

Qarabag 0 - Chelsea 4: Willian scored twice and was fouled for two penalties as Chelsea cruised into the Champions League knockout stages with a 4-0 win over 10-man ...

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Irish player dodges punch as mass brawl ends not-so-friendly match

Limerick-born Leeds United defender Paudie O’Connor had a lucky escape last night as he ducked a punch from an opposition player.

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London Assembly demands to see accounts of London Stadium company

London Assembly members have demanded to see the financial accounts of the company that owns West Ham's London Stadium home amid concerns it is heading towards insolvency. ...

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I don't crucify myself after losses, says Brian Cody

Kilkenny manager Brian Cody says he remains confident in the talent pool around the county heading into 2018.

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Oumar Niasse becomes first Premier League player to receive ban for diving

Everton striker Oumar Niasse has been banned for two matches after his appeal against a simulation charge was rejected, the Football Association has announced.

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My family were upset by false MS rumours, says Mayo defender Lee Keegan

Mayo defender Lee Keegan has shot down rumours that he is suffering from a serious illness.

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Women’s European Basketball Championship confirmed for Cork next year

Cork has secured next summer’s FIBA Women’s European Basketball Championship for Small Countries.

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Andrei Kanchelskis on why he called Fergie a 'Scottish b**tard'

Andrei Kanchelskis once called Alex Ferguson a “Scottish b**tard” in the Man United dressing room - and didn't even get the 'hairdryer' treatment.

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All-access documentary follows trials and tribulations of Dublin Ladies football team

For three years in a row, Dublin’s ladies footballers became the ‘nearly story’ of Ladies GAA.

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Liverpool to investigate claims that fans were mistreated by Seville police

Liverpool are investigating claims that fans were mistreated by Spanish police with some allegedly assaulted and denied entry to the stadium before the 3-3 Champions ...

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Dr Crokes thrown out of East Kerry Championship

Dr Crokes have been thrown out of the East Kerry SFC (O'Donoghue Cup) and could face a potential fine for not fulfilling last Sunday's semi-final fixture against ...

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Player scores twice before rushing off pitch in time to see birth of his son

Wigan's Ryan Colclough had a day to remember yesterday after scoring twice before dashing to see the birth of his son.

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We let ourselves down against Sevilla, says Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson

Jordan Henderson admits his Liverpool team-mates let themselves down by throwing away a tangible victory at Sevilla to squander the chance of early Champions League ...

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Warren Gatland has 'no issues' with Sean O'Brien after Lions criticism

Former Lions coach Warren Gatland has revealed that he has spoken with Sean O'Brien after the Leinster flanker criticised the coaching methods used during the New ...

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Ronan O'Gara to join Crusaders next year

Ronan O'Gara will leave Racing 92 at the end of December, the French side have confirmed.

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Colin O’Riordan signs two-year extension for Sydney Swans

Hopes in Tipperary that they might Colin O’Riordan back in the fold have been dashed by news that the former All-Ireland minor winner has signed a two-year contract ...

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Sevilla coach diagnosed with prostate cancer

Sevilla coach Eduardo Berizzo has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, the club have confirmed.

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Ronnie O'Sullivan survives scare to progress in Belfast

Ronnie O'Sullivan survived a scare to book his place in the second round of the Northern Ireland Open in Belfast.

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Man City below their best in Champions League win, says Pep Guardiola

Raheem Sterling hit a late winner as an unusually subdued Manchester City secured top spot in their Champions League group with a narrow victory over Feyenoord.

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Losing three-goal lead was a 'misjudgement', says Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists their squandering of a three-goal lead in the 3-3 draw with Sevilla was a "misjudgement" by his players and he has no concerns ...

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Son Heung-min nets winner as Tottenham beat Dortmund

Son Heung-min proved the scourge of Borussia Dortmund again as his late winner ensured Tottenham will go through to the Champions League last 16 as group winners.

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Sterling struck late winner as Man City secure top spot with win over Feyenoord.

Raheem Sterling struck a late winner as Manchester City secured top spot in Champions League Group F with a 1-0 win over Feyenoord.

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Liverpool throw away three-goal lead in Seville

Liverpool squandered a three-goal half-time lead to throw away the chance of early Champions League qualification.

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'I take huge pride in this, especially as a goalkeeper': Mark McNulty wins Player of the Month award

Cork City goalkeeper Mark McNulty has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for November.

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Nemo Rangers will face a different Dr Crokes on Sunday, warns Buckley

Johnny Buckley reckons AIB All-Ireland club football title holders Dr Crokes are a superior force now to the version that was "blown away" by Nemo Rangers when they ...

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Ian Keatley: ’I feared my Ireland career was over’

Ian Keatley doesn’t massage the truth, writes Brendan O’Brien.

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Tomás Ó Sé 'a big loss' for Nemo Rangers, admits Kerrigan

Nemo Rangers star Paul Kerrigan has admitted they'll miss the guile and experience of Kerry legend Tomás Ó Sé in Sunday's AIB Munster Club Senior Football Championship ...

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FIFA issues life bans to three former officials for corruption

FIFA has dished out life bans to the former presidents of the Guam, Nicaraguan and Venezuelan football associations for corruption, its ethics committee has announced. ...

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Ruby Walsh confident he will recover in time for Cheltenham

Ruby Walsh is confident he will be fit to ride at the Cheltenham Festival in March.

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Everton striker becomes first Premier League player to be retrospectively charged with diving

Everton striker Oumar Niasse has been charged with simulation by the Football Association after he won a controversial penalty in Saturday's Premier League draw ...

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Quiz: Do you know every Premier League club’s most used substitute?

Who are the supersubs for the likes of Manchester United, Tottenham and Burnley?

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Football rumours: Pulis' successor and Arsenal, Man Utd keeping an eye on Portugal midfielder

What's being said online and in the papers.

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I need Daniel Sturridge focused on Liverpool, says Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes striker Daniel Sturridge needs to put aside any concerns he may have about his place in the side for the good of the club's ...

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Craig Bellamy declares interest in Wales job

Craig Bellamy has declared his interest in becoming the next Wales manager.

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Jose Izquierdo goal snatches point for Brighton

Jose Izquierdo snatched a point for Brighton as they twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Stoke.

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Mike Ashley receives formal bid for Newcastle United

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has received a formal offer for the club, Press Association understands.

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Charleville and Douglas GAA clubs facing €2,500 fines as they are thrown out of Cork Premier U21 Hurling Championship

BothCharleville and Douglas GAA clubs have been thrown out of the Cork Premier U21 Hurling championship and face up to €2,500 in fines each as a result of the ...

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Manchester United brew up another big-money deal

Manchester United's portfolio of global affiliates has gained a proud new addition, with German firm Melitta filling the club's urgent vacancy for an official coffee ...

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Latest: 'Deeply saddening' that racism is still part of football, says Cyrus Christie

LATEST: Republic of Ireland defender Cyrus Christie has tonight responded to racist messages targeting him on social media.

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Leeds United face possible disciplinary action for fans’ behaviour

The first return to Elland Road of Boro boss Garry Monk made for a feverish atmosphere on Sunday.

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Michael Cheika’s behaviour during England match under investigation

Cheika walked out of a post-game interview when asked about his conduct.

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Michael O’Neill not a contender for West Brom job as Baggies seek top-flight experience

Despite being the bookies’ early frontrunner, the Northern Ireland manager is not a contender for the job.

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‘You little s***’: Phil Taylor slams Derry darts player before walking out of TV interview

“Let him cry a little bit because I don't give a s**** to be honest with you.”

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David Haye forced to withdraw from Tony Bellew rematch after 'freak accident'

Haye was due to fight Bellew at London's O2 Arena next month.

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Warren Gatland: ‘There are one or two people I’d like to get into a corner of a room on their own with me’

Wales coach Warren Gatland prepares to face New Zealand again admitting he would like to get some people "into a corner of a room on their own" after last summer's ...

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Galway camogie row rumbles on with further accusations and denials

Galway camogie has been embroiled in another war of words.

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‘Champions handle the tough situations’, says Pep Guardiola after losing John Stones

The Premier League leaders appear short of defensive cover.

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