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Oisin McQueirns is a digital journalist at Pundit Arena. Massive fan of Leeds United, Ric Flair and Trusting The Process. Contact him here oisin@punditarena.com
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“For Now He Can Fight Second-Rate Fighters Who Lose 7 Out Of 10 Fights”

UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has ruled out a potential rematch with Conor McGregor even if The Notorious One defeats Donald Cerrone in January. The pair met in October 2018, with Khabib successfully defending his 155lb belt against McGregor, winning in the fourth round via submission. McGregor will make his return to the octagon in January as he takes on …

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Liverpool Learn Potential Opponents For Champions League Last 16

Holders Liverpool have learned their potential opponents for the last 16 of the Champions League following the conclusion of the competition’s group stages on Wednesday night. Jurgen Klopp’s men finished top of their group after defeating RB Salzburg on Tuesday night and will likely face a tricky tie in the next stage of the tournament. If they are to reach …

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Troy Parrott Named On Spurs Bench For Clash With Bayern Munich

17-year-old Irish striker Troy Parrott has been named on the Tottenham bench ahead of their Champions League clash with Bayern Munich. Should Parrott come on in Munich it will represent only the fourth appearance of his senior career and comes off the back of Spurs boss Jose Mourinho bringing him off the bench for his Premier League debut against West …

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Irish U21 Midfielder Gavin Kilkenny Set To Agree New Deal At Bournemouth

Ireland Under-21 midfielder Gavin Kilkenny is set to sign a new long-term deal at Premier League club Bournemouth after impressing in his first campaign with The Cherries first team. Kilkenny burst onto the scene during Bournemouth’s pre-season and made his first-team debut in the League Cup against Forest Green in August, before featuring in the defeat to Burton Albion in …

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Preston Pull Out All The Stops As They Ramp Up Interest In Caoimhin Kelleher

Championship side Preston North End have reportedly ramped up their pursuit of signing Liverpool and Ireland Under-21 goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher on loan in January. According to a report from the Daily Star, Liverpool’s Loan Pathways & Football Partnerships Manager Julian Ward had the red carpet rolled out for him as he visited the club. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp had previously …

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FAI “Unable To Accept” Invitation To Attend Oireachtas Committee

The Football Association of Ireland have confirmed that they will not be accepting the invitation to attend Wednesday’s Oireachtas Committee. Minister for Sport Shane Ross, the FAI and Sport Ireland had all been invited by The Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport Tourism and Sport to attend Wednesday’s meeting to discuss the financial trouble that the Association finds itself in. Ross …

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Johnny Sexton Set To Miss Ireland’s Opening Two Six Nations Games

New Ireland head coach Andy Farrell will likely be without Leinster out-half Johnny Sexton for the first two games of next year’s Six Nations against Scotland and Wales. According to report by Des Barry on independent.ie. Sexton will miss 8-10 weeks of action after suffering a significant medial tear to his right knee. With the Six Nations campaign getting under …

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England Reportedly Keen To Persuade Irish Prospect To Switch Allegiance

England are reportedly interested in persuading Celtic’s Irish U19 international Armstrong Okoflex to switch international allegiances. Okoflex was born in Dublin and is an Irish underage international most recently featuring in three games for Tom Mohan’s U19s but he has also represented England at U16 and U17 level. According to a report in The Telegraph, England are keen on persuading …

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Leinster Confirm Johnny Sexton To Miss Northampton Clash

Leinster out-half Johnny Sexton will miss the eastern province’s Champions Cup clash with Northampton on Saturday at the Aviva Stadium following a knee injury picked up at the weekend. Sexton came off injured in Leinster’s convincing victory over the Saints on Saturday after 42 minutes when he landed awkwardly following a tackle from Matt Proctor. Leinster confirmed that Sexton would …

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