The All-Ireland Rugby World Cup bid underlines how poor a legacy has been left by the Irish soccer boom, writes Dave Donnelly.
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The only thing remarkable about Adu is that people thought he was remarkable at age 13, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
Thierry Henry has retired. For many admirers, his jaw-dropping deception in Paris leaves a smudge on an otherwise stellar legacy.
With four teams still in with a shout of winning the Danske Bank Premiership, Matt Gault looks an exciting title race.
The controversy over the use of artificial turf at the 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to FIFA’s misogyny, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
Niall Noonan on the story of Carlos Henrique, football’s greatest fraud who forged a two decade career for himself on the back of a lie.
Dean Murray discusses the decision by Real Sociedad to give David Moyes a new lease of life in La Liga.
The build-up was destined to be overshadowed by events off the field, but Ireland are in good shape to grab a result when it matters in Glasgow,
After decades of disappointment competition qualification is a genuine possibility for Northern Ireland, as Dean Murray writes.
James McClean shouldn’t need to justify his decision to wear a poppy but it’s the reality of the society we live in, writes Dave Donnelly.