GOING into lockdown in Madrid as this Coronavirus crisis accelerated incredibly has been surreal — and the feeling from here is that Ireland will soon follow a similar path.
Fraser Robertson covered Ireland games regularly during Mick McCarthy's first stint in charge of the national team.
That’s better than Turin,” said the buddy on WhatsApp.
We are the rats, the Aviva Stadium is our lab, and we’re going to get our arses electrocuted no matter what happens, writes Tommy Martin
Justin Rose has backed Pádraig Harrington to be Europe’s next Ryder Cup captain.
From her upcoming wedding to just how she got her big break as a Sky presenter, Rachel Wyse reveals all to
The lads from Sky, who landed on a mercy mission Thursday, reminded me why I’ll never go to a World Cup, writes Larry Ryan
Former France full-back Bacary Sagna reckons Paul Pogba will "shine" at the World Cup in Russia.
The broadcaster added the word "again" to Sterling's statement, which significantly changed its meaning.
Gareth Southgate has decided against selecting Joe Hart or Jack Wilshere.
Sam Allardyce’s five-and-a-half-month reign at Everton could end later today with Marco Silva being lined up for the Goodison Park hot-seat.
However, the Scottish Football Writers manager of the year Steve Clarke admits he doesn't know how Gerrard will get on in his new role in charge of Rangers.
Bradley Wiggins' former coach Shane Sutton has urged the five-time Olympic champion and former Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman to explain their use of therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) for banned medication.
The England head coach has reiterated his decision to no longer use public transport.
Chris Froome insists he has “done nothing wrong” and has defended his decision to return to racing at the Ruta del Sol.
West Bromwich Albion are said to have turned down a bid from Derby County for Republic of Ireland international James McClean.
"I thought you just asked me that question before. I thought I’d answered it."
Former Scotland striker Charlie Nicholas has labelled the Scottish Football Association an "embarrassment" over its failed pursuit of Michael O’Neill.
West Ham are working with West Brom and Jake Livermore to discover what sparked the England midfielder's altercation with home fans at the London Stadium.
Philippe Coutinho is still a wanted man, according to the Daily Mirror.
Claude Puel was last night confirmed as Leicester’s new first-team manager.
Martin was thrilled with Ireland’s World Cup playoff draw — Leo less so.
Liverpool are hoping to end a run of indifferent Premier League form this lunchtime.
Roy Hodgson is aiming to help Crystal Palace achieve their "enormous potential for growth" after being confirmed as the club's new manager.
Former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Stephen Roche believes it would be "humanly impossible" for Chris Froome to win all three grand tour races in one year.
Latest: TV presenter Kirsty Gallacher has been banned from driving for two years and ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid community work by a UK court today.
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has denied undergoing a medical with Chelsea on transfer deadline day.
Deadline day was briefly lit up by a puzzling piece of transfer news from Chelsea.
Philippe Coutinho has submitted a transfer request that has been rejected by Liverpool.
Ireland international goalkeeper Darren Randolph has admitted his hopes of playing at next year’s World Cup hopes influenced his decision to leave West Ham for Middlesbrough.
Alexis Sanchez has revealed he knows in his mind where he will be playing next season but has stopped short of announcing his plans.
Joe Schmidt will be hoping Steve Hansen doesn’t bear a grudge when the All Blacks head coach helps pull Ireland’s 2019 World Cup pool opponents out of the bag during today’s draw in Kyoto, Japan.
Arsene Wenger offered no update on his contract situation at Arsenal yesterday but did say plans for his future are “not sorted completely”.
Radoslaw Sikorski posted a video to Twitter purporting to show people lying injured in the road on Westminster Bridge.
Diego Costa will be absent for Premier League leaders Chelsea's clash at Leicester, with his future uncertain.
Jim Furyk was last night named as the United States captain for the 2018 Ryder Cup in France and immediately confirmed 2016 skipper Davis Love III will serve as one of his vice-captains.
Tiger Woods admitted there had been “some pretty dire times” during his 15-month injury absence after a closing 76 saw him finish 15th at the Hero World Challenge, 14 shots behind winner Hideki Matsuyama.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has called his side "phenomenal" after their 1-1 draw with Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Things go from bad to worse for David Moyes.
Andy Murray says whoever tops the rankings at the end of the season will rightfully be the world's best tennis player.
A murder accused stabbed a fellow Cork prison inmate in the heart and smiled as he told a witness: “If I get a life sentence it doesn’t matter”, a jury has heard.
A man has gone on trial for the alleged murder of a fellow inmate at Cork prison last year.
Danny Willett has revealed his parents and wife were targeted by rowdy Ryder Cup fans.
Seluk told Sky Sports News: "Why must I apologise to Guardiola? I don't know the words I must apologise for because I didn't do anything.
Russia’s tennis team will be allowed to compete at the Rio Olympics this summer after the International Tennis Federation (ITF) backed the decision not to impose a blanket ban on the country’s competitors.
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