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Substitute Rory Patterson came off the Derry City bench to score two goals against St. Patrick’s Athletic and help the Candystripes lift the FAI Ford Cup at the end of a dramatic showpiece at the AVVIA Stadium. The game was a repeat of the 2006 final – which was the last football match to be [...] Read the rest of this entry »
It appears that Sunday’s FAI Cup final will be Trevor Croly’s last match as St. Patrick’s Athletic assistant and he will take over as Shamrock Rovers manager early next week. Croly emerged as a serious candidate for the position earlier in the week and speculation intensified on Monday when he and Pat’s manager Liam Buckley [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Liverpool host Newcastle at four o’clock in Anfield this Sunday as both sides look to escape the mid table affair their season has become. Liverpool have dropped too many points by drawing with opposition they would normally be expected to beat and you have to feel that if they don’t start winning soon, Brendan Rogers’ [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Manchester United can go top of the league tomorrow, if only for a couple of hours, should they beat Arsenal at Old Trafford tomorrow. That will make it four runs on the trot for Alex Ferguson’s side as reds continue to look as dangerous as ever under the Scot’s stewardship. We’ll have live updates of [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Sir Alex Ferguson refuses to believe that referee Mark Clattenburg made racist comments towards any of Chelsea’s players. Chelsea have formally submitted a dossier of evidence to the FA containing players’ accounts of Clattenburg’s alleged racist remarks towards some of Chelsea’s players. Police and FA officials are investigating the allegations but the official strenuously denies [...] Read the rest of this entry »
1. Will Wenger give Walcott the opportunity he craves? While the narrative of this weekend’s game between Manchester United and Arsenal is sure to centre around Robin Van Persie’s first outing against the cub he used to captain, it will be interesting to see who Wenger selects to fill the void left by the prolific [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Richard Dunne is eyeing a return to club action after successfully completing a second operation on his long-term groin injury. The Aston Villa defender is hoping to complete his rehabilitation and return to training in two weeks. Dunne has been has been forced to watch from the stands since Ireland’s disastrous Euro campaign and the [...] Read the rest of this entry »