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John Hartson Urges Rangers To Concede League Title To Celtic

Former Celtic striker John Hartson has urged Rangers to concede the Scottish Premiership title to their Old Firm rivals following the league’s suspension amid the coronavirus outbreak. Celtic currently sit 13 points clear of Rangers having played a game more, with eight games left to be played in the league as the Bhoys look to secure their ninth title in …

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Quiz: Name The Leeds Team From Their FA Cup Win Over Man United?

January 3rd, remember the date. Leeds United may have won promotion back to the Championship and may look destined for that illustrious return to the Premier League, but the 2010s haven’t been the kindest of years for the club. A spell in League One, countless managers and a host of mid-table Championship finishes have seen Leeds fans suffer their fair …

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Alan Shearer Opens Up On Famous Run-In With Roy Keane

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Newcastle legend Alan Shearer has opened up on one of his many run-ins with Roy Keane after speaking on BBC’s Match of the Day programme on Saturday night.  Shearer was joined by host Gary Lineker and Ian Wright as the trio compiled the Top-10 captains in the Premier League era. Keane ultimately finished in fourth position on the Top-10 list …

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Former Real Madrid President Lorenzo Sanz Dies Of Coronavirus

Lorenzo Sanz

Former Real Madrid President, Lorenzo Sanz, has died at the age of 76 after he was hospitalised due to contracting Coronavirus (Covid-19).  His son, Lorenzo Sanz junior, confirmed that this father, who was president of the famous Spanish club between 1995 and 2000, had sadly passed away. Sanz oversaw two Champions League titles during his time as president. “My father …

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Cork City To Stop Paying Players Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Cork City have taken the decision to stop paying their players and staff from next week onwards due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic sweeping the nation.  The League of Ireland club announced today that they would cease all payments after this week as they would not be in a position to pay anyone due to the league having been shut …

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Quiz: Name The Last 12 Irish Footballers To Play For Liverpool

After spending the best part of a decade in the wilderness, Liverpool have reannounced themselves as a force in world football once again.  Back-to-back Champions League finals, including one win, coupled with a dominant Premier League run that saw them six points from lifting the trophy until the Covid-19 outbreak called a halt to this season’s campaign. Liverpool are once …

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“It Probably Did Knock Me For Confidence” Jack Byrne On His First Time With The Ireland Squad

Jack Byrne

Jack Byrne has been speaking about his experience of first being called up to the Republic of Ireland squad back in 2016. Byrne has two Ireland caps, both won under Mick McCarthy thanks to his performances in 2019 with Shamrock Rovers. The Dubliner made his international debut against Bulgaria last September in a brilliant cameo appearance when he came off …

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Sean Cox Has Returned Home For The First Time In Almost Two Years

Sean Cox

Sean Cox has returned home for the first time in almost two years. The Irish Liverpool supporter was the victim of a life-changing attack in April 2018 when he attended the Champions League semi-final against Roma at Anfield. Cox was attending the game with his brother, Martin, when he was attacked by away supporters. Two men were jailed for the …

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Charlie Austin Has Detailed His Experience After Contracting COVID-19

Charlie Austin

Charlie Austin has revealed that he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and has detailed his experience fighting the illness. The West Bromwich Albion centre-forward warned others not to take the condition lightly. Austin said that his temperature reached 39.7 degrees Celcius and he experienced cold sweats. He described the last week fighting the illness as “intense” and described COVID-19 …

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FAI Target June 19th As Return Date For League Of Ireland Season

The Football Association of Ireland and the National League Executive Committee have outlined that they are targeting June 19th as the date for the resumption of the SSE Airtricity League in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The domestic leagues were suspended late last week, with the new schedule now meaning that The Premier Division will finish on Friday, December …

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Gary Neville Proposes “Festival Of Football” Idea To Finish Season

Gary Neville has proposed a ‘festival of football’ idea to finish out the footballing season after it was suspended following the recent outbreak of the coronavirus. The virus has decimated the footballing calendar over the last few weeks, with leagues across Europe postponed indefinitely amid trying times for the sport. The general consensus is that all leagues must be completed …

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Ireland Internationals Donate Generous Sum To Clubs In Need

A group of Republic of Ireland internationals have come together to help Irish clubs who are struggling financially due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19).  James McClean, Kevin Long and Enda Stevens, who are clients of Integrity Sports, are among those to have jointly donated €25,000 to an emergency fund to help League of Ireland players whose employment has been …

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Former Cardiff City Midfielder Peter Whittingham Has Died Aged 35

Peter Whittingham

Former Cardiff City midfielder Peter Whittingham has sadly died. He was just 35-years-old. Whittingham had been in the hospital for over a week after suffering a head injury following a fall in a pub in Barry. On Thursday afternoon, his passing was confirmed. The midfielder played over 450 times for Cardiff. He was part of the Bluebirds team that reached …

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Sligo Rovers Forced To Temporarily Layoff All Staff & Players

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Sligo Rovers have been forced to temporarily layoff all staff due to the League of Ireland being shut down as the country tackles the spread of COVID-19.  Sligo said the decision was an “extremely difficult” one and it was made because the club has little or no income due to the league being suspended. As it stands, it looks like …

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Free Football Manager Offer Has Been Extended

Football Manager

Fancy your chances in football management?  Always wondered whether you’d be a Gary Neville or a Gary Monk when it comes to handling the dressing room? Well, you need not fret any longer as Football Manager 2020 has been made free and available to play on streaming service Steam for another next week, finishing next Wednesday, April, 1st. These are …

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