Posts Tagged ‘Other Sports’

Great news coming from Bulgari after four so-called Bulgarian football fans who are suspected of being part of the racist chants on Monday night have been arrested. England’s 6-0 Euro 2020 qualifier win over Bulgaria in Sofia was stopped twice in the first half following racist chanting by home supporters. “Work is still ongoing to […]

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Mick McCarthy and Irish football fans have been given a boost ahead of their crucial upcoming EURO 2020 qualifiers. McCarthy had been dealt a tough hand for the Republic of Ireland’s upcoming games. Both members of his ever-present center-back pairing, Shane Duffy and Richard Keogh, were ruled out of the games. Keogh will likely not […]

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Manchester United go into this campaign with little expectation on them given last season’s sixth placed finish, but with the acquisitions of Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka in defence, it’s hard to argue the Reds have not strengthened well in the transfer window.  With this in mind, the question must be asked – are Manchester […] Read the rest of this entry »
It has been a great weekend for Irish sports teams with both the Rugby league and union getting victories and the Football team getting a 0-0 draw against Denmark Read the rest of this entry »
Real Madrid’s sluggish start to the season has gone from bad to worse and their 1-0 defeat at Sevilla on Saturday has seen bookmakers shorten the odds on Barcelona to regain their La Liga title. The reigning champions were handed some tricky fixtures to open their title defence but they have just a solitary win [...] Read the rest of this entry »
The Republic of Ireland team to face Kazakhstan in Friday evening’s 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying Group C opener (kick-off 5pm Irish time) has been named. James McCarthy has received his first competitive start.  The Wigan midfielder cried off from the ill-fated Euro 2012 campaign to be with his ill father who was diagnosed with [...] Read the rest of this entry »
“Shambles” – the word used by James McClean to describe the Republic of Ireland’s setup at the recent European Championships. Such was the reaction to the calamitous campaign of the Irish at the time that McClean’s view did not receive much recognition.  The fact that so little was made of that “shambles” comment is probably [...] Read the rest of this entry »