James Clark and Josh Bennett of The Football Sack preview the upcoming Hyundai A-League season.
Right, let’s get one thing out of the way first – the Adidas Copa Mundial is the finest football boot of all time. It’s simple, reliable, and doesn’t make you look like you deserve a good kicking. With that in mind, we were a bit skeptical about the new white version that Adidas have released […]
The A-League kicks off in less than two weeks and Fox Sports in Australia have put together a TV advertisement to plug their coverage of the season. It features Mark Bosnich, Harry Kewell and Alessandro Del Piero amongst others, as well as Emile Heskey who provides the “Time to Shine” ad’s big finish.
According to the Irish Times, Dirk Kuyt is back at the Anfield club and will play on the right hand against Sunderland tomorrow.
The All Ireland Hurling Final replay takes place today at Croke Park and Arsenal’s Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla have a message for the Clare team.
They may have been on opposite sides in last weekend’s Manchester Derby but Vincent Kompany and Marouane Fellaini are both part of the Warrior stable and will be wearing the company’s latest offerings. Kompany took to Instagram to help launch the orange and yellow version of the Skreamer (see right) earlier this week. The Skreamer […]
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon discuss the fall out from the Manchester Derby, the rest of the Premier League action, the midweek League Cup games, and Noel King’s appointment as temporary Ireland manager.
As debate continues over who will replace Paolo Di Canio, a replacement could be right on Sunderland’s doorstep.
The face of RTE’s Irish football coverage for as long as most of us can remember, Bill O’Herlihy, turns 75 today. The ringmaster in what is more often than not a circus involving Liam Brady, Eamon Dunphy and John Giles amongst others, “Billo” has covered 17 World Cups and European Championships to date. Here’s a throwback […]
Footballers can be very clever when it comes to gaining an advantage but Tottenham Hotspur’s defender Jan Vertonghen took things to a new level with this successful attempt to put off Aston Villa striker Niklas Helenius. Bizarrely, it wasn’t deemed worthy of a penalty. Gif via SB Nation