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Serie A kicks off this weekend and Omar Almasri looks at the sides that will be looking to occupy the top positions come May.
Domm Norris has all the info on a possible big money move to Russia for Samuel Eto’o.
Manchester City claimed the weekend’s Dublin Super Cup but the event was far from popular with supporters of the League of Ireland.
Following on from yesterday’s first part of the Robbie Keane biography, Willie Gannon concludes the journey taken by Ireland’s record goal scorer.
Often an opinion divider, always a goal scorer, Robbie Keane is one of Ireland’s best strikers of all time, and Willie Gannon provides us with a concise overview of the Tallaght native’s career thus far.
Manchester United should have enough quality to see off Schalke 04 in Wednesday night’s Champions League semi final as long as they approach the game correctly and produce a professional display writes Ger McCarthy.
Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy looks ahead to Wednesday night’s Champions League quarter final second legs and analyses Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan’s ‘mission impossible’ task of overturning their first leg defeats.
Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy analyses the second legs of the Champions League quarter finals taking place on Tuesday night with the Premier League showdown between Manchester United and Chelsea likely to produce an instant classic.
Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy looks at the main talking points following Tuesday night’s Champions League quarter-final first leg tie in the Santiago Bernabeu.