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Chris Kelleher

Student whose interests lie in sports ranging from Darts to MMA, with the likes of Golf, Boxing and Soccer in between. Closet wrestling fan and a lover of sports psychology and stiff jabs.

Watch: Footage Of Conor McGregor Back In Training After New York Tribulations

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Conor McGregor in sanctioned action. His boxing match with Floyd Mayweather last year aside, it’s been 18 months since the former two-weight UFC champion has stepped into an Octagon. He has made noises about a comeback, but the 29-year-old’s hiatus from MMA has been characterised by controversies outside of scheduled fights, notably in last …

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Sir Alex Ferguson Out Of Intensive Care Per United Statement

Manchester United have announced some hugely positive news concerning the health of Alex Ferguson. The 76-year-old, who won 13 Premier League titles in his time at the club, was admitted to hospital on Saturday due to a brain haemorrhage he suffered. Ferguson underwent a successful surgery, but remained in a serious condition, with the recovery period after proving crucial to …

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John O’Shea Announces Retirement From International Football

The Ireland legend has called time on his career with Ireland. O’Shea has confirmed that Ireland’s upcoming friendly against the United States on June 2 will serve as his farewell match. The Waterford man has earned 116 caps for his country, scoring three goals, the most infamous of which was a last minute goal in a 1–1 draw against Germany at Gelsenkirchen, …

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Kick-Off Time For PRO14 Final On Saturday May 26th Changed

It has been announced in a Guinness PRO14 press release that the final will now kick-off 30 minutes earlier than scheduled. The first-ever final will be contested by the winners of the semi-finals between Glasgow Warriors and Scarlets, and Leinster vs. Munster, which both take place on the weekend of May 18. The Aviva Stadium will host the final in …

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Watch: Last Gasp West Brom Win Over Spurs Gives Baggies Added Hope Of Survival

Incredible scenes at the Hawthorns on Saturday showcased West Brom’s never-say-die attitude, which has reaped dividends under caretaker boss Darren Moore. The equation for the Baggies today was simple – defeat Tottenham or seal their fate as a Championship team next season. Stoke City confirmed their relegation earlier in the day with a 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace, so the …

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