Larry Ryan - Columnist - IRISH EXAMINER

LARRY RYAN: Victims need to be heard too

Not too long ago, on a weekday morning, a woman rang the sports desk. The woman hadn’t been speaking long before it became evident her voice was shaking with anger.

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LARRY RYAN: The return of Liverpool's living legend

Football autobiographies tend to set their stall out early doors.

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LARRY RYAN: Corkness is on the rise

There’s something unmistakable in the air. A threatened ideology is blossoming again. A people are emboldened.

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LARRY RYAN: One clear eye helps terrace talk to persuade

Terrace talk has been one of Examiner Sport’s more popular features.

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LARRY RYAN: Ennui and hubris among Manchester's rival managers

Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson opened our eyes this week to the life of a top top player.

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LARRY RYAN: Fans thinking outside the box for viewing habits

We are living in uncertain times.

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LARRY RYAN: The week the banter died

Seemingly, the Trumpian dynamic has its limits.

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LARRY RYAN: The parable of Rob Hennelly in three acts

Larry Ryan breaks down the Rob Hennelly episode...

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LARRY RYAN: Big Sam none the wiser but a whole lot richer

It may seem swift, Big Sam’s fall, but that is the way things go, in the precarious world of football. You lock things in while the going is good. That is all Sam was doing. Locking in his value.

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LARRY RYAN: Time only waits for Arsene Wenger

As gloom continues to engulf Jose Mourinho, we are unsurprised to learn this week of his burning desire to break Arsene Wenger’s face.

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LARRY RYAN: Mayo playing sweet music in the house of pain

Every time, you look for a sign. Each time, it’s more of a stretch.

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LARRY RYAN: Lost in wilderness of the international break

The displaced gathered listlessly in shopping centres and parks and various public amenities last Saturday afternoon.

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