A Polish Football Association official was arrested for “ticket-touting” outside the Aviva Stadium on Sunday before the Euro 2016 qualifier, an Irish court has heard today.
Monaghan’s Dick Clerkin says recently-appointed playing rules committee chairman Jarlath Burns was wrong to describe Saturday’s Dublin-Derry game as “the death of Gaelic football”.
Our football analyst offers a reality check after the drama of a last-gasp equaliser against the Poles— why James McClean should replace Aiden McGeady and the doubts that still persist about James McCarthy.
It’s almost ten days on, but the sense of relief has yet to flush fully from Ian Madigan’s system though his attention has long turned towards the Champions Cup quarter-final with Bath.
It was hard to know which prompted the greater sense of outrage last Saturday night: the way Dublin and especially Derry went about the joyless business of trying to get a result in Croker or Jarlath Burns declaring via Twitter that the game signalled ‘The death of Gaelic football’, writes Kieran Shannon.
Tiger Woods has dropped out of the world’s top 100 golfers for the first time since 1996.
One of the biggest racing crowds of the year is expected to be boosted next weekend by confirmation that the Fairyhouse Grand National meeting will be AP McCoy’s last Irish engagement before his retirement.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has conceded to being a worried man in the wake of Sebastian Vettel’s Malaysian Grand Prix victory.