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Connacht captain John Muldoon signs contract extension - Irish Independent;

Connacht captain John Muldoon signs contract extension - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentConnacht captain John Muldoon signs contract extensionIrish IndependentThe westeners confirmed the news today, meaning Muldoon will be available to them for the 2017/18 season. "It's hard to believe next season will be my 15th with Connacht," said Muldoon. "In one way the time has flown by but we have also changed ...European Champions Cup: What's needed to progress?Irish TimesWhat the Irish provinces need this weekend in the Champions CupRTE.ieJohn Muldoon signs on for Connacht for another yearIrish MirrorThe42 -Irish Rugby (press release) (registration) -EPCRugby.com -Galway Independentall 21 news articles »

The Left Wing: 'It makes perfect sense to me' - Luke Fitzgerald on targeting of star players - Irish Independent;

The Left Wing: 'It makes perfect sense to me' - Luke Fitzgerald on targeting of star players - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentThe Left Wing: 'It makes perfect sense to me' - Luke Fitzgerald on targeting of star playersIrish IndependentOn this week's episode of The Left Wing, Luke Fitzgerald breaks down big wins for Munster, Leinster and Connacht and discusses the targeting of Johnny Sexton and Conor Murray by opposing teams. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. Sexton was hit high and ...and more »

Gordon D'Arcy Explains How Conor Murray Must Tweak His Technique To Avoid Being Targeted - Balls.ie;

Gordon D'Arcy Explains How Conor Murray Must Tweak His Technique To Avoid Being Targeted - Balls.ie

Irish TimesGordon D'Arcy Explains How Conor Murray Must Tweak His Technique To Avoid Being TargetedBalls.ieDespite being an unashamed 'Lonnacht', Gordon D'Arcy was full of praise for Munster's victory at Glasgow in the Champions Cup last Saturday. In a particularly fascinating Irish Times column entry, the Leinster and Ireland legend provided some superb ...The Morning Sports BriefingIrish Timesall 3 news articles »

Robbie Keane confirms he has had offers from Championship - but not Leeds United - Irish Independent;

Robbie Keane confirms he has had offers from Championship - but not Leeds United - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentRobbie Keane confirms he has had offers from Championship - but not Leeds UnitedIrish IndependentRobbie Keane has confirmed he is considering offers from the Championship and expects a decision to be made in the "next couple of weeks". Share. Email. Go To. Comments. Preston North End are the bookies favourites to land the Irish goalscoring record ...Keane to decide future in 'next couple of weeks'RTE.iePNE target Keane is hot propertyLancashire Evening PostRobbie Keane Offers Update On His Future In An Interview With Jim White This MorningBalls.ieThe Irish Sunall 5 news articles »

Liverpool leave Joel Matip out of squad for FA Cup replay against Plymouth - Irish Independent;

Liverpool leave Joel Matip out of squad for FA Cup replay against Plymouth - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentLiverpool leave Joel Matip out of squad for FA Cup replay against PlymouthIrish IndependentJoel Matip has been left out of Liverpool's squad for the FA Cup replay at Plymouth 1 Joel Matip has been left out of Liverpool's squad for the FA Cup replay at Plymouth as the row over his eligibility continues. Liverpool have erred on the side of ...Jürgen Klopp seeks legal advice over Joël Matip sagaIrish TimesJurgen Klopp omits Joel Matip from Liverpool squad after taking legal adviceSportsJOE.ieKlopp unhappy as Matip could miss 8 games 'without doing anything wrong'The42Irish Examiner -Mirror.co.uk -Telegraph.co.uk -Liverpool Echoall 264 news articles »

Irish Olympic boxer Adam Nolan retires to enjoy a 'few years of hurling' - Irish Independent;

Irish Olympic boxer Adam Nolan retires to enjoy a 'few years of hurling' - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentIrish Olympic boxer Adam Nolan retires to enjoy a 'few years of hurling'Irish IndependentIrish Olympic boxer Adam Nolan has announced his retirement from the ring at the age of 29. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. Nolan, a five-time National Senior Elite champion who fought in the 2012 London Olympics, made the announcement today on ...Irish 2012 Olympian Adam Nolan retires from boxingThe Irish Sunall 2 news articles »

Peter O'Mahony a major doubt for Munster - Irish Examiner;

Peter O'Mahony a major doubt for Munster - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerPeter O'Mahony a major doubt for MunsterIrish ExaminerMunster's director of rugby Rassie Erasmus will address the Conor Murray controversy for the first time at the weekly media briefing in Limerick today, with concern now also focusing on the availability of captain Peter O'Mahony, writes John Fallon.Comment: There's plenty more to Munster's revival than emotionIrish Independentall 3 news articles »

Dublin footballer Kevin McManamon scoffs at sports psychology sceptic Joe Brolly - Irish Mirror;

Dublin footballer Kevin McManamon scoffs at sports psychology sceptic Joe Brolly - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorDublin footballer Kevin McManamon scoffs at sports psychology sceptic Joe BrollyIrish MirrorKevin McManamon reckons he owes his success at Dublin to sports psychology and claims those who are sceptical about its value are “naive”. Share. ByPaul Keane. 07:00, 18 JAN 2017. Sport. Dublin's Kevin McManamon celebrates scoring his side's third ...Sports psychology saved my Dublin career - McManamonIrish IndependentPsychology student Kevin McManamon eager to go againIrish TimesMcManamon: I want to be better than 2016Herald.ieDublin Live -Business World (press release) (blog) -The Irish Sun -Balls.ieall 14 news articles »

Norwich boss Neil denies Robbie Brady move to Premier League is imminent - Irish Independent;

Norwich boss Neil denies Robbie Brady move to Premier League is imminent - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentNorwich boss Neil denies Robbie Brady move to Premier League is imminentIrish IndependentSunderland are prepared to match Burnley as boths clubs seek Robbie Brady's signature. Photo: 1 Sunderland are prepared to match Burnley as boths clubs seek Robbie Brady's signature. Photo: Stephen Pond/Getty Images. Norwich City boss Alex Neil ...Robbie Brady 'not anywhere near' Premier League transferThe42Brady suitors 'nowhere near' on transfer feeRTE.iePremier League Clubs "Not Anywhere Near" Robbie Brady Deal98FMIrish Times -The FA -Vitalfootball -Herald.ieall 58 news articles »

Limerick's James Ryan: Defeat to Cork was a real 'eye-opener' - Irish Examiner;

Limerick's James Ryan: Defeat to Cork was a real 'eye-opener' - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerLimerick's James Ryan: Defeat to Cork was a real 'eye-opener'Irish ExaminerLimerick's returning star James Ryan has backed manager John Kiely's scathing assessment of Sunday's 21-point hammering at the hands of Cork in the Munster senior hurling League, writes Jackie Cahill. Ryan, who made his seasonal bow as a half-time ...Seven goal Cork make early statement against LimerickIrish TimesKiely demands response after Limerick humiliationIrish Independent7 goals for Cork hurlers as they cruise to 21-point victory over Limerick at Gaelic GroundsThe42Limerick Leader -Evening Echo Cork -Sunday World -BreakingNews.ieall 16 news articles »

Eddie Jones reveals the ridiculous distances a rugby player is expected to run in a game - SportsJOE.ie;

Eddie Jones reveals the ridiculous distances a rugby player is expected to run in a game - SportsJOE.ie

SportsJOE.ieEddie Jones reveals the ridiculous distances a rugby player is expected to run in a gameSportsJOE.ieThe England captain must pass a gruelling fitness test on Wednesday, or he won't play any part in the country's Six Nations opener against France. If Hartley fails, he'll be replaced by Eoin Farrell as captain for the game in Twickenham on February 4th.Suspended Dylan Hartley faces simulated game to prove fitness for 6 NationsBreakingNews.ieDylan Hartley faces Six Nations fitness testYahoo SportsDylan Hartley Must Complete Fitness Test In Order To Start For England In Six NationsPundit ArenaTelegraph.co.uk -Sport24 -Daily Mail -The Guardianall 17 news articles »

Rory O'Loughlin has home comforts in mind as Leinster face Castres - RTE.ie;

Rory O'Loughlin has home comforts in mind as Leinster face Castres - RTE.ie

RTE.ieRory O'Loughlin has home comforts in mind as Leinster face CastresRTE.ieRory O'Loughlin has home comforts in mind as Leinster bid to secure a Dublin quarter-final in the Champions Cup. The triple champions are already through to the knock-out stage, courtesy of a 57-3 demolition job on Montpellier last weekend. Leo Cullen ...'I won't be running away with myself'Irish IndependentRory O'Loughlin harboured doubts about career before breakthroughIrish TimesWing whizz O'Loughlin about to sign fresh two-year contract for LeinsterHerald.ieThe Irish Sunall 6 news articles »

Plus: Louis van Gaal retires, and a player is booked for proposing to his girlfriend - Eurosport.co.uk;

Plus: Louis van Gaal retires, and a player is booked for proposing to his girlfriend - Eurosport.co.uk

Eurosport.co.ukPlus: Louis van Gaal retires, and a player is booked for proposing to his girlfriendEurosport.co.ukUsually after some sort of BUST UP with a WANTAWAY player, a manager will either SNUB his truculent charge or demand CLEAR THE AIR TALKS with him. Not in the case of ANTONIO CONT…sorry…Antonio Conte and Diego Costa, it seems. The striker ...Louis van Gaal: 28 players boss gave Manchester United debuts toDaily StarEx-Man United manager Van Gaal says he may not coach againDaily MailVan Gaal tragedy ends coaching careerSBS - The World Game90min -Manchester Evening News -Irish Independent -SkySportsall 80 news articles »

Mickey Harte: 'I have not met anyone who does not enjoy playing for Tyrone' - Irish Independent;

Mickey Harte: 'I have not met anyone who does not enjoy playing for Tyrone' - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentMickey Harte: 'I have not met anyone who does not enjoy playing for Tyrone'Irish IndependentMickey Harte, pictured at yesterday's launch of the GAA Healthy Clubs initiative, insists inter-county players set their own standards. Photo by Cody Glenn/Sportsfile. Last week the GAA, in conjunction with the GPA and ESRI, launched a research project ...Mickey Harte: Playing inter-county football is not 'a chore'The42'Our clubs are not starved of their county players', insists HarteHerald.ieMickey Harte has no intention of walking away as Tyrone boss anytime soonThe Irish Sunthe Irish Newsall 6 news articles »

'Pogba can deal with Twitter emoji pressure' - Zlatan jumps to defence of Manchester United team-mate - Irish Independent;

'Pogba can deal with Twitter emoji pressure' - Zlatan jumps to defence of Manchester United team-mate - Irish Independent

Irish Independent'Pogba can deal with Twitter emoji pressure' - Zlatan jumps to defence of Manchester United team-mateIrish IndependentZlatan Ibrahimovic believes Paul Pogba can cope with the constant focus at Manchester United, with the veteran striker finding such external pressure child's play compared to his own high standards. Share ...Pressure brings out my best, says Zlatan IbrahimovicIrish ExaminerKen Early: Mourinho reverts to type with Fellaini substitutionIrish TimesZlatan prefers title over personal accoladesESPN FCSportsJOE.ie -Herald Sun -SkySports -Manchester Evening Newsall 1,423 news articles »

Former Kildare legend Earley to replace Dessie Farrell as GPA chief - Irish Independent;

Former Kildare legend Earley to replace Dessie Farrell as GPA chief - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentFormer Kildare legend Earley to replace Dessie Farrell as GPA chiefIrish IndependentFormer Kildare footballer Dermot Earley is set to be named as the next CEO of the Gaelic Players' Association (GPA) this afternoon. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. Earley is tipped to replace Dessie Farrell, who stepped down shortly before Christmas.Earley set to replace Farrell as GPA chief executiveThe42Dermot Earley to be appointed todayIrish ExaminerDermot Early set to be named GPA chief executiveRTE.ieThe Irish Sunall 7 news articles »

Conor McGregor and Collison brothers feature on annual Forbes 30 Under 30 list - Irish Independent;

Conor McGregor and Collison brothers feature on annual Forbes 30 Under 30 list - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentConor McGregor and Collison brothers feature on annual Forbes 30 Under 30 listIrish IndependentConor McGregor is one of a number of Irish people to have been included in the annual Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Europe this year. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. The publication said that the 28-year-old UFC fighter is "known for his aggressive ...UFC star Conor McGregor sports Dolce & Gabbana loafersDaily MailConor McGregor: Anderson Silva challenges dwarf lightweight championDaily StarFloyd Mayweather fires back at Dana WhiteFox SportsThe Sun -MMAjunkie.com -Forbes -Metroall 98 news articles »

HIA under increased scrutiny after controversy surrounding Murray and Sexton incidents - Irish Independent;

HIA under increased scrutiny after controversy surrounding Murray and Sexton incidents - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentHIA under increased scrutiny after controversy surrounding Murray and Sexton incidentsIrish IndependentIt is the topic that rugby would rather didn't dominate the agenda after an exciting weekend of action, but concussion and the management of head injuries remains front and centre of the oval-ball world after high-profile incidents involving two of ...Stuart Lancaster: 'Sexton was targeted – but not maliciously'Irish TimesStuart Lancaster says key players not being targeted in a 'malicious way'Irish ExaminerLancaster defends 'robust' HIA, says Sexton is 'raring to go'RTE.ieThe42 -98FM -Sport24 -Citizenall 16 news articles »

Rory McIlroy to undergo MRI as Graeme Storm edges play-off - Irish Times;

Rory McIlroy to undergo MRI as Graeme Storm edges play-off - Irish Times

Irish TimesRory McIlroy to undergo MRI as Graeme Storm edges play-offIrish TimesRory McIlroy - deprived of a season-opening success by England's Graeme Storm in a three-hole play-off at the BMW South African Open - is to undergo an MRI scan on his injured back at a Dubai hospital on Monday. “There's so much to play for this season ...Graeme Storm sees off Rory McIlroy in dramatic South African Open play-offIrish IndependentBeaten McIlroy to have back scanRTE.ieMcIlroy loses dramatic playoff final to Graeme Storm in South African OpenIrish MirrorSkySports -South China Morning Post -USA TODAY -Eyewitness Newsall 193 news articles »