Tottenham appear to have done good business this summer as Mauricio Pochettino completed the signings of Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon to go along with Tanguy Ndombele, prompting comparisons with three of the most dramatic transfer days in the club’s history — but they have not all ended well.
The same day Roy Keane adorned the front page of this paper by flying back into his hometown to launch the Liam Miller tribute match also happened to be the 25th anniversary of him joining Manchester United for a then record British transfer fee.
The rise and fall of Arsène Wenger: An insider’s account of how the historic success of Arsenal’s greatest manager ultimately contained the seeds of his own downfall.
Liverpool great Kenny Dalglish thought he was being sacked for a second time when he was called into manager Jurgen Klopp’s office for a conference call with owner John Henry – only to discover he was being immortalised at Anfield.
Time is a great healer, so they say, its medicinal properties strikingly on show on the box this week as Roy Keane and Kenny Dalglish amicably revisited the transfer row which had put them at odds with each other in the summer of 1993.
Felix Healy is the only Irishman, north or south, to make the leap from domestic leagues to a major international tournament. spoke to him about 1982, the World Cup, balancing his days playing football with nights as a gigging musician and a life less ordinary.
Our reporter visits the new Cork Prison which is due to open by the end of the year. The cure to chronic back pain can be as easy as putting one foot in front of the other, according to Ireland’s top physio; The Minister for Transport today said he supports the TDs who are the subject of a High Court action by the businessman Denis O'Brien.