By Laura Varley RTÉ recently announced an exciting new deal with the Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA). This will see a collaboration that will include the increased televising of club and league games. The plan, which will be in place from 2019 until 2022, will exist in conjunction with the present GAA coverage on TG4 and Eir Sport. RTÉ will simultaneously air at least … [Read more...] about Finally, a deal we can all agree on
By Markus Krug The world loves a good anti-hero. The charming rule-breaker of the movie, who does questionable things with just enough genius for us to love him. It seems the football world has just found such an anti-hero in Argentinian coach Marcelo Bielsa. The Leeds United boss took full responsibility after it was brought to light that someone at LUFC had spied on the … [Read more...] about Bielsa spygate: Impressive, but not right
By Darragh Nolan Few among us could have anticipated a premature end to Andy Murray’s illustrious career. Whether we have seen the last of the three-time Grand Slam winner, or he bows out on home soil at Wimbledon this summer, he has already carved out a historic resumé at the age of just 31. He delivered a win at the sport’s most famous tournament that was 77 years in the … [Read more...] about Andy Murray was a true great during tennis’ golden age
By Owen Kennedy The Boys in Green kick off their Six Nations campaign against England on 2 February. Two of our matches are home games, England and France, whilst we will be facing Wales, Scotland and Italy away. The past ten months have shown huge change in the Irish Squad, winning the Grand Slam on St. Patrick’s Day against England, and the hype of the upcoming World Cup … [Read more...] about Ireland’s 2019 Six Nations: new faces, same game plan?
By Daniel Brennan Following the long overdue sacking of the perpetual source of footballing misery called Jose Mourinho, Manchester United shocked the entire footballing world with the appointment of former United player and club legend, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as caretaker manager until the end of the 2018/19 season. After underwhelming stints at Norwegian … [Read more...] about There’s Ole one man for the Manchester United job, and it’s Solskjaer