#Back To The Future
The Arsenal legend is frontrunner to return to his old club, who are struggling in Ligue 1.
Horan helped change the culture and turn Mayo into a highly-competitive outfit during his previous four-year stint.
A decade after taking charge of Tipperary, Liam Sheedy looks on the verge of a second spell as county boss.
Biff grew up to look like Pat Kenny, somehow.
Donegal’s ‘El Animal’ is back in action after 11 months of injury woe, and he feels like a new man in and out of the ring.
Cahill will return to English football once again, coming back to the club where he made his professional debut 21 years ago.
The Rebels are looking for a new manager.
Technology is way outpacing lawmakers who need to prepare for major changes.
The striker claims he has no interest in a switch to the Chinese Super League.
The Premier League club have just released their change strip for next season.
Dublin’s conditioning blew Roscommon away on Saturday night in Croke Park.
The Cork native added that “the door is always open” for Con O’Callaghan to hurl with the county.
Whoever owns this car went all out.
The new section houses 2,600 fans.
The British Pathe footage from 1935 is remarkably clear.
Martin Heydon’s tribute to Back to the Future has fallen foul of a copyright issues.
“I’m never going to get up to 88 in this traffic.”
Winter Time begins tonight.
A loudmouth bully with a huge casino empire? “Think, McFly! Think!”
The future is here, as predicted by Back to the Future II.
We salute your chutzpah on this day of days.
Flat screen TVs! Skype! Flying cars! The future is now.
Keep and eye out for Marty and the Doc… Today’s the day they travelled to, in Back to the Future II.
How well do you remember Doc and Marty’s adventure?
It’s October 21, 2015… AKA The Future.
Reid, 33, is going back to the way things used to be.
The former junior minister has been approached about running in Roscommon.
It is 2015 after all.
Lexus has shown off one in a new ad campaign.
Finally, says you.
The jersey will be familiar to Irish fans though.
Past peformance is no guarantee of future return according to the Limerick boss.
I was sitting in a sandbox with my kids when I found out I had won European bronze -- Roisin McGettigan
The Wicklow native can look forward to getting her hands on the medal she is owed from the 2009 indoor Championships.
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
The province’s CEO, Garrett Fitzgerald, will address the media in Limerick this afternoon.