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Another Manchester United Player Commits His Future To The Club

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 26: Jesse Lingard of Manchester United runs with the ball during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Sunderland at Old Trafford on December 26, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Manchester United have a huge game with Liverpool coming up this weekend but Jose Mourinho has been busy trimming his inflated squad with the departure of Morgan Schneiderlin to Everton and rumoured interest in Memphis Depay from Lyon. Marouane Fellaini has, however, penned a new contract with the club signing a 12-month extension to his current deal, and The Sun …

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England Vs France To Go Ahead On Tuesday Night

It has been confirmed today that England versus France will go ahead on Tuesday night in Wembley as planned. There were security doubts following the events which unfolded in Paris last night, including bombs going off in the vicinity of Stade de France while France hosted Germany. However, the FFF and the FA have decided to go ahead with the …

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Five Facts After The First Weekend Of The Rugby World Cup

After two long rugby-less days, the World Cup resumes tomorrow, and to whet your appetite, here are five interesting facts after the weekend’s action. _____ Struggling All-Blacks? Sunday was the first time New Zealand did not score four tries in a Pool game since 1999. Their 26-16 victory over Argentina was also their smallest winning margin in a Pool game …

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Ireland Praised As Having The Best Rugby Fans in the World

Ireland’s Pool D games against Italy, at the Olympic Stadium in London, and France, at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, were always likely to be full houses, considering the proximity of the World Cup, and the amount of expats living in England. But reports suggest that Ireland’s clash with Romania is likely to fill the 90,000 seats of Wembley. Remarkable …

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Watch Kerry Take on Dublin in Wembley in 1976

Kerry took on Dublin in Wembley in 1976 Some rare gems have been mined since British Movietone started opening their archives and uploading footage online. Although much of their footage is associated with British political developments, on occasion items relating to Ireland can be viewed. However we were shocked to find this clip of Kerry and Dublin battling it out in …

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Carl Froch Continues To Troll Boxing Fans.

As of late, Carl Froch seems to be having great fun at the expense of hardcore boxing fans. Some people have been suggesting in recent weeks that Floyd Mayweather’s claim that he will fight Andre Berto or Karim Mayfield in his final bout is an attempt to “troll” the boxing world. This may be the case, but even a ruse …

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VIDEO: Man Climbs Wembley Arch

Most children’s dreams are to climb the steps of Wembley. Stunt-man James Kingston concluded that such a dream is a bit tame, so he decided to climb the arch instead. The 24 year-old scaled the iconic arch, and of course filmed it, for what is a jaw-dropping view. Climbing such heights wouldn’t be everybody’s cup of tea, but in fairness, it would be …

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Premier League Clubs Take Note, West Ham Are Schooling You

So far West Ham are the only club to announce a fall in season ticket prices as a result of the increased TV rights deal which will come in to effect for the 2017/17 season.    Surely several more Premier League clubs will follow suit but as it stands West Ham are the first club to reduce their season ticket …

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Bankers & Bonkers: Betting Preview For Aston Villa vs Liverpool

Liverpool and Aston Villa are two sides chasing very different league goals, but Sunday afternoon’s FA Cup semi-final tie provides the perfect sub-plot to a season in which both sides haven’t conquered what they set out to do back in August.  Get a £25 risk free bet with Matchbook.com here.   Villa have come back from what looked like a …

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Could An NFL Franchise In London Work?

This past weekend saw the final NFL game in London for the 2014 season, with the Dallas Cowboys overcoming the Jacksonville Jaguars by a comfortable 31-17 margin, but could an NFL franchise work in London? This was the third sellout clash of the series, following the other successful games, featuring the Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins and the Oakland Raiders. …

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Dublin Selected As Host City For Euro 2020

The Aviva Stadium, Dublin has today been accepted as one of the hosts for Euro 2020. It is a historic day for Irish football and Irish sport in general as Ireland is set to host its first ever major football tournament, alongside twelve other European cities.  Dublin will host four matches altogether, including three group games as well as a last 16 …

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