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# soccer - Saturday 29 January, 2011
It’s trophies not cash that motivate El Nino, writes Paul Ring.
# soccer - Friday 28 January, 2011
Reds get their man at last as Ajax accept latest offer.
Wife of former Sky Sports presenter says that sexist remarks were just ‘banter’.
# soccer - Thursday 27 January, 2011
Wolves and Ireland striker glad to nip back to Dublin today, he says.
Fans expecting bigger story than Bale transfer article vent frustration.
The sacked Sky Sports football pundit is reportedly planning to sue for ‘unfair dismissal’. Should he have been fired in the first place?
There’s a couple of empty seats in the studio at the moment. Here’s a couple of double-acts that could easily get the magic chalkboard going again.
West Ham to land Ireland skipper on loan until end of the season in bid to avoid relegation.
Former television pundit likely to take a case of unfair dismissal against the station.
# soccer - Wednesday 26 January, 2011
Sky Sports presenter says he’s sorry for leaked sexist remarks while ‘devastated’ Andy Gray issues apology too.
The plot thickens as another video emerged last night. Who’s next?
# soccer - Tuesday 25 January, 2011
I know it’s exhausting but here’s the latest leaked tape from Sky Sports. Richard Keys doesn’t do himself any favours at all.
Lauren Murphy knows more about football than most men. And she says under-fire Sky duo Gray and Keys should be shown the door.
Andy Gray was not forgotten by those at the Reebok last night. Though Bolton’s vocal support weren’t too optimistic about his job opportunities.
Keys hangs on after apology to female official while sideline reporter suspended.
# soccer - Monday 24 January, 2011
Trapattoni looks to tried and tested Irish players for tournament opener.
The Ipswich skipper is in impressive form. And his mother is from Kildare, writes Ronan Hunt-Murphy.
Heat is turned up on long-standing TV pair after sexist comments as criticism pours in from across the game.
Paul Ring has plenty to reflect on after a busy weekend throughout Europe.
# soccer - Friday 21 January, 2011
There’s an awful lot of game-changing points on offer this week. Here’s how to have them in the back pocket, this time next week.
# soccer - Thursday 20 January, 2011
Watch all the goals from the replay at Elland Road last night.
FAI refused to leave First Division club face the Catalan giants.
# soccer - Wednesday 19 January, 2011
Manchester United legend lands director of football role with famous Big Apple franchise.
Got any of those book vouchers left from Christmas? Paul Ring has a handful of suggestions.
# soccer - Tuesday 18 January, 2011
Steve Bruce is not a happy man tonight despite the big cheque that’s in the post from Randy Lerner.
C U L8r: Everton bid farewell to tech-savvy South Africa midfielder.
The United Park club will cease to exist after this month if €200,000 is not found.
The Ireland skipper needs to get out of Tottenham. But what are his options?
# soccer - Monday 17 January, 2011
There was plenty to pick from but this is our super-fave.
Giovanni Trapattoni has a ready-made, in-form striking partnership at his disposal at the Madejski Stadium, writes Ronan Hunt-Murphy.
Paul Ring rakes over a busy weekend of football action throughout Europe.
# soccer - Friday 14 January, 2011
Andrew Cole says he was sorry to see his former Manchester United team-mate lose his Ipswich Town job. But he’ll be back.
They’re back! Our Fantasy Football experts return from a too-long absence to run the rule over the weekend’s points potential.
# soccer - Thursday 13 January, 2011
John Rooney is plucked from relative obscurity at Macclesfield Town to play with the New York Red Bulls.
Kenny Dalglish and Darren Ferguson this week returned to former clubs. But is it a good idea?
# soccer - Wednesday 12 January, 2011
David Miliband has been invited to join Sunderland’s top brass. We take a look at few more unusual football board members.
# soccer - Tuesday 11 January, 2011
Rumours of Avram Grant’s imminent departure from Upton Park began to gather pace this morning.
Irish vote is cast by Jimmy Magee and Paul Kelly. Do you agree with their decision?
Ireland invited to take part in new ‘home nations’ tournament with England, Scotland, the North and Wales
The Boys in Green may be included in a new tournament including the so-called home nations.
# soccer - Monday 10 January, 2011
Glentoran striker Matty Burrows is the centre of attention ahead of the Puskas Award announcement tonight.