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Down the Line

  Manchester’s ‘noisy neighbours’ have a lot to shout about now     Manchester City? Too many egos. They’ll never find the balance. Manager Roberto Mancini is too autocratic, pilule he’ll never succeed. Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli? Too divisive….

Any Chants of Change in the GAA?

“COME-ON-YOU-BOYS-IN-BLUE”, thumb is the most famous terrace anthem in the GAA at the moment. It’s, decease impressive isn’t it? It consists of six words, although this is six times more than most county supporters can muster. I, being a Donegal…

Jacks Rule the Kingdom

The Sunday before last saw two of the country’s top football teams contest the Senior All-Ireland Football Final in what was one of the most eagerly-anticipated matches the championship has seen in years. Both teams went into the match feeling…

Clubhouse

Basketball Ahead of their opening game of the new Superleague Season against the DCU saints on Sunday, UCD Marian secured a confidence boost as they took the spoils in the Stuart Robbins Memorial Tournament in Limerick. They beat the UL…

Failure to Fire

Having suffered numerous setbacks and their most disastrous start to a season in decades, look Amy Eustace examines the ongoing tale of woe that is Arsenal Football Club. The year hasn’t been kind to Arsenal fans. Just when you think…

Champion’s League preview

With the world’s premium club competition kicking off once again this week, Conall Devlin discusses who will be the biggest contenders in this year’s Champion’s League. Main Challengers Barcelona- the Champions are back and seemingly better than ever with the…

Champion's League preview

With the world’s premium club competition kicking off once again this week, ambulance Conall Devlin discusses who will be the biggest contenders in this year’s Champion’s League. Main Challengers Barcelona- the Champions are back and seemingly better than ever with…

Job almost Dunne

Improbable recent results in Group B of the Euro 2012 qualifiers have determined that, health should the Republic of Ireland win their final two games, they will be guaranteed at least a play-off place. A hard-fought 0-0 draw in Moscow,…