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# The Waiting Game

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Jose Mourinho in no rush to return to football following Tottenham sacking
The 58-year-old lost his job following a disappointing second half of the season.
'You couldn't look forward to a better match than a county final. We'll wait as long as we have to'
Cork footballer Mark Collins and former county team-mate Daniel Goulding on the postponement of county senior finals next Sunday.
Wimbledon faces prospect of cancellation as organisers prepare for 'emergency meeting'
The 2020 tournament is set to start in London on 29 June.
'It's a player's call, to say whether he's available for selection' - Dublin wait on Cluxton fitness
The All-Ireland winning captain was forced off in the first half of the Leinster semi-final against Longford.
Storm Emma may hit this weekend's GAA fixtures with decision due on Friday
There’s 33 games across the football and hurling leagues scheduled for this weekend.
'I know what I’d give but I’d be slightly biased' - Delaney calls for leniency from Fifa
The FAI has made its submission to world football’s governing body over comments made by Martin O’Neill and James McClean.
Galway's 11-week wait for Connacht senior action - 'It is a strange situation'
The Tribesmen finally make their 2016 Connacht bow on Saturday.
'None of us are enemies - we'll shake hands regardless of who is on that plane to Rio'
The waiting game is nearly over for Ireland’s marathon runners with their Olympic fate set to be delivered in the coming weeks.
Progress: FF and FG will meet to discuss minority government
Talks are expected to happen next week.
'It's not fair to tell people waking up in emergency accommodation they have to wait'
Sinn Féin said while the two political parties are figuring out who will govern, crises in housing and health continue.
Still a football pitch after five years: The sorry history of the Cork science park
Why a plan that could bring locals thousands of high-end jobs has barely gone anywhere.
"United, we'll never be defeated" - Bríd Smith finally triumphs in Dublin South Central
The battle between AAA-PBP’s Bríd Smith and Fianna Fáil’s Catherine Ardagh was finally settled this evening after a nerve-jangling day of waiting.
A decision was expected today but Rob Heffernan's wait for Olympic medal goes on
The Cork athlete is in line for a bronze medal.
Real Madrid transfer ban suspended during appeal
The Fifa sanction has been lifted while they appeal to world football’s governing body.
You can't buy adult eBooks in Germany until after 10pm
It’s been ruled that an old law for adult films applies to eBooks.
All eyes are on Ryanair as Etihad agrees to sell its piece of Aer Lingus
Your move Mr O’Leary, your move.
Women will earn as much as men ... in 2058
Most women in the US will have to wait 43 years to close the salary gap, but Irish women could have to hold out even longer.
Don't book that trip to Vegas just yet, McGregor fight could be 'mid-summer'
May is a maybe.
Appealing a social welfare decision? Sit tight, it'll be a while
The average waiting time for a summary decision is seven months.
Could Revenue go after unpaid water charges? You'll find out next week
Taoiseach Enda Kenny would not explicitly rule out Revenue pursuing unpaid water charges as he repeatedly stated that all will be revealed next week.
Dubliners may have to wait five years for a directly-elected mayor
Fingal County Council is still not on board with the idea, though.
'Ming' Flanagan will tell us if he is running for Europe after St Patrick's Day
The independent TD is not playing down rumours that he will run for the European Parliament in Midlands North-West.
8 of the worst little waits in life
Oh would you ever HURRY UP!
WATCH: Cookie Monster learns about self control from Tom Hiddleston
You know Tom Hiddleston, he was in The Avengers and Thor.
Brian O'Driscoll to start the Heineken Cup final
The Leinster side is unchanged from that which beat Toulouse in the semi-final with Northampton also at full-strength for the big showdown in Cardiff tomorrow afternoon.