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From The42 'I trust in myself,' says under-fire De Gea as United goalkeeper looks to next season Fresh Start

'I trust in myself,' says under-fire De Gea as United goalkeeper looks to next season

‘Let’s keep improving, let’s keep fighting for this club and let’s try to win trophies next season.’

'I'm not afraid to say that I want to go on a Lions tour and that's my ambition'

Andrew Conway is feeling refreshed after lockdown and wants to continue his growth as a player.

Tipp boss Sheedy: GAA championship behind closed doors 'would give the nation a lift'

The two-time All-Ireland winning boss also believes it’s time to consider re-opening club grounds.

French Open rescheduled, Roland-Garros officials confirm

The French Open was due to start in May but the Grand Slam will now take place in September due to coronavirus.

'Two seasons' in 2020, learning from past hurt and welcoming back 'massive leaders' for championship

Donegal defender Emer Gallagher believes the ‘hurt’ of 2019 will stand to the three-in-a-row Ulster champions this year.

Jacob Stockdale determined not to be defined by a poor World Cup

The 23-year-old is excited to link with Jordan Larmour and Andrew Conway in Ireland’s back three.

From The42 'I fully expect Dublin to play better next year' - Brolly on life after Gavin Looking Forward This post contains videos

'I fully expect Dublin to play better next year' - Brolly on life after Gavin

The Round Towers clubman stepped down as manager today.

'It is difficult to come off the high of the World Cup. It’s something you don’t address'

The Ireland women’s hockey team are chasing Olympic qualification after facing challenging times in recent months.

From The42 'We had a few drinks but it was put to bed after that' - Galway look to All-Ireland final after dethroning Cork Looking Forward This post contains videos

'We had a few drinks but it was put to bed after that' - Galway look to All-Ireland final after dethroning Cork

The Tribeswomen halted the Munster side’s drive for three-in-a-row at the weekend.

After 'freak accident' in 2015, TOD targets spot in Schmidt's World Cup plan

The 32-year-old Munster man was injured in a warm-up game four years ago.

'The worst months of my life' - Former world number one opens up about tennis struggles

Naomi Osaka says she hasn’t had much fun playing the sport since her Australian Open triumph.

'Stade Français' owner says he's willing to invest €100m of his money in five years'

Leinster’s success continued with the Pro14 trophy on Saturday but they’re already looking forward.

'I've been very lucky' - Casillas admits football future is uncertain as he leaves hospital

The Spanish goalkeeping was training with Porto when he suffered a heart attack.

Allegri says he'll stay on at Juventus despite Champions League quarter-final exit

The Italians were bundled out of Europe by Ajax last night.

From The42 Beirne puts hand up as Ireland look to reinforcements for France clash Boosts

Beirne puts hand up as Ireland look to reinforcements for France clash

James Ryan, Cian Healy and captain Rory Best will all be back in the mix.

'Whatever game is in front of us we have to go out and win - no matter what'

Galway forward Shane Walsh reflects on Galway’s 2018 campaign and looks ahead to the new season.

'My phone would not stop lighting up. People reached out that were going through an extremely difficult time'

Dublin footballer Shane Carthy wrote a moving blog post about his experience with depression before Christmas.

From The42 European weekend provides final audition for Schmidt's November squad Selection

European weekend provides final audition for Schmidt's November squad

The Ireland head coach is due to name his squad next week.

'We’re not getting too down on ourselves this early in the season'

Rory Scannell says Munster can’t look past Ulster this weekend as they look to steady the ship.

Contact skills, Crusaders clips, five stars - Leinster look to get even better

Number eight Jack Conan explains how Leinster’s coaches are working to improve again.

Mayo boss: 'The group will dust themselves down over the winter and look to re-energise'

Stephen Rochford didn’t believe the choice of venue was a factor in his side’s 2018 exit last night.

Ireland set for fixture bonanza including marquee Tests against top-tier nations

Warren Deutrom says Ireland will play up to 65 games over the next five years.

From The42 Munster set off for South Africa with a Champions Cup semi-final to come Tour

Munster set off for South Africa with a Champions Cup semi-final to come

The belief in Munster’s squad has been greatly boosted by their win over Toulon at Thomond Park.

From The42 'We always look at people with disabilities and think about what they can't do' Goldsmyth

'We always look at people with disabilities and think about what they can't do'

Jason Smyth on embracing challenges and change as he enters the twilight of his career.

June tour of USA and Japan looms into view for Schmidt after Six Nations

There may be chances for more new caps when Ireland head on tour this summer.

'Sh*t happens' - Pogba issues defiant response after Liverpool mishap

The Red Devils midfielder was defiant after a poor display at home to the Reds on Sunday.

'We've accepted it, we've moved on' - Tom Parsons puts 2016 in the rearview mirror

Mayo’s long wait for Sam goes on.

'If we do the same things we did last year, we won't be in the top six'

Pat Lam’s Connacht know they will have to bring new attacking ideas into the mix.

McGregor expects trilogy fight with Diaz but not before he defends his featherweight title

The UFC featherweight champion plans to move back down to 145lbs after next month’s UFC 202 rematch.

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From big sporting wins for Ireland right down to the best personal moments. Warning: warm fuzzies ahead.

21 must-see blockbusters to look forward to in 2016

Get your Cineworld membership, stat.

McIlroy believes surgery will make him even better

Northern Irishman has gone under the knife and expects it will take his game to a new level.

From The42 2011 has little bearing for Milner-Skudder and the latest breed of All Blacks Eyes Ahead

2011 has little bearing for Milner-Skudder and the latest breed of All Blacks

Many of the current World Cup squad watched the 2011 victory on television.

'At that stage it kind of hits you': Henry Shefflin on the novelty of life after Kilkenny

The King made his first media appearance since his inter-county retirement on Tuesday.

From The42 Sexton alone not enough to restore Leinster to right side of 'the fine margins' Opinion

Sexton alone not enough to restore Leinster to right side of 'the fine margins'

The eastern province are becoming accustomed to dogfights, but have the pedigree to be so much better.

It might be two months away but Rory McIlroy is eyeing up the big prize at Augusta

With one eye on the Masters, the world number one is focused on improving his game at the Dubai Desert Classic.

11 must-see blockbusters to look forward to in 2015

Unlimited cards at the ready.

From The42 Poll: Will Leinster top Pool 2 of the European Rugby Champions Cup? Looking Forward This post contains a poll

Poll: Will Leinster top Pool 2 of the European Rugby Champions Cup?

On paper this should be a relatively straightforward task for Matt O’Connor’s men.

Henry Shefflin's hurling future - he's 'looking forward to making that decision'

No white smoke yet on the Kilkenny legend’s future.

The mourning period has passed for Dublin hurling - Andy Kettle

The county chairman is now concerned with finding a suitable replacement for outgoing manager Anthony Daly

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