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  • UCD's Watts set to join Leicester August 28, 2016
    Dylan Watts, one of the stars of UCD's Europa League campaign last year, is poised to sign for England's Premier League champions, Leicester City for an undisclosed fee. He is expected to make his debut on Tuesday for Leicester's U-23 development team if the transfer goes through on time.
  • Friendly celebration has a new significance August 28, 2016
    For a fixture previously only notable because of its odd regularity on the Irish international calendar, Wednesday's meeting with Oman has now assumed a lot of significance. This is no longer a mere friendly, nor even just a chance for the home crowd to show appreciation for Euro 2016.
  • Guardiola shakes things up to get City feeling the love August 28, 2016
    Pep Guardiola has acknowledged that keeping his 30-man Manchester City squad happy will be impossible, saying the only reason players ever criticise him is because they are not being chosen.
  • Vardy strike resumes Foxes' normal service August 28, 2016
    The thunder and lightning were relentless and so were Leicester City for the majority of the game, as the Premier League champions got their title defence up and running with a victory that was far more convincing than the scoreline suggests. Jamie Vardy registered his first goal of the season and Wes Morgan scored the […]
  • Chelsea throw down gauntlet to rivals as Hazard inspires rout of Burnley August 28, 2016
    The fanfare has been reserved up to now for the contenders up in Manchester, the focus fixed rather more on the resumption of a duel between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho now to be played out over a city divide. Yet, slipping beneath the radar down in the capital, Chelsea are a team revived under […]
  • Homophobic tweeter Gray needs to show the world on camera why he's a changed character August 28, 2016
    The first England squad of Sam Allardyce's reign is named today and whatever you think of Andre Gray - whether you have decided he has all the personal charm of head lice, or you would rather take a more sympathetic view - we can probably assume that if he was ever being considered as an […]
  • Hughes fumes after Stoke lose out to another penalty August 28, 2016
    Stoke manager Mark Hughes fears he will have to change his whole approach to defending after another disputed penalty decision went against them. The 1-0 defeat at Everton was settled by Shay Given's own goal - Leighton Baines' penalty rebounded off the post and the goalkeeper - after Phil Bardsley was penalised for tangling with […]
  • Show us the money: how Lotto millions got British in the medals August 28, 2016
    Ireland's athletes deserved credit for their efforts in Rio as they tried to keep themselves focused as the Olympics Council of Ireland was engulfed in controversy over tickets.
  • Frustrated Liverpool unable to punish slow-starting Spurs August 28, 2016
    Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are two teams with similar aspirations and comparable styles, unlikely to be separated by much at the far end of the season.
  • Moyes backs Defoe to edge way into Sam's squad August 28, 2016
    David Moyes has refused to rule out Jermain Defoe edging his way into Sam Allardyce's first squad as England manager. Defoe won and converted a penalty as Sunderland claimed a 1-1 Premier League draw at Southampton, with Jay Rodriguez hitting a late equaliser for the hosts.