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Watch: Was This The Most Pivotal Moment Of The 2017 Six Nations?

The dust is settling on another momentous Six Nations, where England defended their title but were denied an historic winning streak by Ireland in the final game of the championship. Looking back over the 15 matches played over the last seven weeks, there were many talking points and individual moments of glory that left fans awestruck. CJ Stander’s hat-trick of …

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Watch: “We’re Very Close To Inking It” – Conor McGregor Promises To Shock The Boxing World Against Mayweather

Conor McGregor flew into New York overnight to support fellow Irishman Michael Conlan on his professional boxing debut against Tim Ibarra on St. Patrick’s Day and took the opportunity to warn the boxing world that they have no idea what’s coming when he faces Floyd Mayweather. Theirs has been a merry dance that has lasted since mid-2016 at this stage. …

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 13: Arsene Wenger, Manager of Arsenal looks on during the Premier League match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on December 13, 2016 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

‘Wenger Out’ And ‘Wenger In’ Banners Fly Over Arsenal’s Game With West Brom, Summing Up Their Season

Arsenal look to get their Premier League campaign back on track today against West Brom at The Hawthorns and Gunners fans appear to have chosen this game to express their feelings over manager Arsene Wenger in the form of banners flying overhead. Arsenal were dumped out of the Champions League in recent days by Bayern Munich in a 10-2 aggregate …

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Statistics Destroy Any Notion That Paul Pogba Is An Expensive Flop

Since his return to Manchester United last summer, Paul Pogba has been the subject of massive scrutiny by fans and critics alike, the kind that only a world record transfer fee can bring. The midfielder arrived back to Old Trafford following an extremely successful four season spell with Juventus. While he was off winning successive Serie A league titles in …

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Eddie Jones Reveals England Will ‘Take It To Another Level’ Against Ireland To Secure Greatness

England head coach Eddie Jones has warned that while he expects Ireland to deliver their best performance of the championship on Saturday, England are ready to take it to another level in order to secure back-to-back Grand Slams. Having already secured the title for the second consecutive year, Jones announced a formidable side to face an Ireland side looking to …

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England Fans React To Eddie Jones’ Team Choice To Face Ireland

England head coach Eddie Jones named his final match day side of the 2017 Six Nations on Thursday and ahead of the potentially historic clash with Ireland in Dublin on Saturday, fans of the Red Rose are uncharacteristically reserved about the team announcement. Jones has made a number changes to the side that decimated Scotland last weekend in Twickenham, with …

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Eddie Jones Names His England Team To Take On Ireland In Historic Six Nations Clash

England head coach Eddie Jones is taking no chances ahead of their final Six Nations match against Ireland by naming an almighty starting XV that will be tasked with making history in Dublin on Saturday. Having already equalled New Zealand’s 18-game winning streak last weekend against Scotland, England now have the opportunity of setting the benchmark to a mark never …

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Astonishing Details Emerge Regarding Bernard Jackman’s Grenoble Departure

Top 14 strugglers Grenoble and Bernard Jackman have parted ways with immediate effect following an announcement on Tuesday that their adventures together had come to an end. Jackman joined up with the French side in 2011 and first worked as a consultant before assuming a coaching role at the club last year. Grenoble have unfortunately struggled under the Irishman’s leadership …

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