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League Of Ireland Roundup: Dundalk Continue Incredible Defensive Record

Following round six of League of Ireland Premier Division action, things are beginning to heat up nicely near the summit.  Champions Cork City remain top of the pile, but only just, following a 1-1 draw at Limerick. Former City player Billy Dennehy’s early goal put the Shannonsiders 1-0 up but John Caulfield’s side struck back through a Kieran Sadlier penalty …

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Watch: All The Goals From City’s Dismantling Of Arsenal In The Carabao Cup Final

Manchester City’s quadruple dreams may have been dashed by a determined Wigan Athletic recently, however, the treble still remains a distinct possibility with the Citizens lifting the first available piece of silverware aloft at the expense of Arsenal on Sunday.  Commanding possession and taking three times more shots than their opponents City were full value for their 3-0 victory in …

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Liam Miller: A Boy From Cork Who Got To Live The Dream

Take a stroll down Cork’s main thoroughfare, St. Patrick’s Street, on a Saturday afternoon and the footballing attire you’re most likely to see is that of Celtic and Manchester United, with Liverpool, Chelsea and a couple of other cross-channel giants on display too. Growing up in Cork this sense of connection to places, and football clubs, hundreds of miles away …

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Watch: All Four Of Aguero’s Goals During Man City’s 5-1 Rout Of Leicester

Manchester City were on fire again on Saturday as they made yet another step towards the Premier League title by beating Leicester City 5-1. City’s opening goal, coming from Raheem Sterling in the third minute, set the tone and from there Pep Guardiola’s men were simply unstoppable. Netting City’s second in the 48th minute after Jamie Vardy had levelled proceedings, Sergio Aguero …

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Former Ireland International Liam Miller Has Passed Away

Former Ireland international Liam Miller has passed away aged 36.  The ex-Manchester United and Celtic man, who would have turned 37 next week, made 21 appearances for Ireland in a career which lasted 16 years. Starting out at Celtic, Miller then transferred to Manchester United in 2004 before spells with Sunderland, Hibernian, Melbourne City and hometown club Cork City amongst …

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