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Joel Slattery

Joel Slattery
Sub-editor at Pundit Arena. Bad at predictions, Joel was also slightly uncomfortable writing this bio in the third person. Twitter: @JoelSlattery

Watch: Harry Kane Nets Superb Brace As Spurs Hammer Huddersfield In Early Kick-Off

Tottenham Hotspur can sit back, relax and enjoy the weekend after easing to a 4-0 win over Huddersfield in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off. Ahead of another exciting weekend of Premier League action, Spurs were impressive in their comfortable win over the newly-promoted side. In what was a potentially tricky clash, particularly after playing mid-week, the Londoners showed no signs of …

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‘Awful For The Club Player’ – Twitter Reacts To News Of Hurling’s Championship Restructure

2017 GAA Congress, Croke Park, Dublin 24/2/2017 A view of the conference Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

It was a historic day for the GAA as a Special Congress voted to change the structure of hurling championship. In a mammoth change from the traditional knock-out championships, the provincial competitions will now be played on a round-robin basis. The Liam MacCarthy Cup will also be limited to just ten counties – five in Leinster (including Galway) and five …

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Conor Counihan In Line For Return To Inter-County Management [Report]

Former Cork football boss Conor Counihan is rumoured to be in line for a return to inter-county management.  The All-Ireland winning manager led his native county to glory in 2010 and has reportedly had talks with the Wexford county board. Seamus McEnaney left the role after just one year in charge. The Monaghan man led the south-east side to promotion …

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Martin Keown Launches Attack On ‘Selfish’ Sergio Aguero

Arsenal legend Martin Keown has claimed that Sergio Aguero was selfish and unprofessional to go to a mid-week concert in Holland. The Argentina striker was involved in a car accident in the Netherlands, but Keown says he shouldn’t have been there in the first place. Writing in his column in the Daily Mail, the former Gunners defender wrote: “(A)s a …

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Ronald Koeman Blasts Everton’s Crisis Of Confidence: ‘We Are Scared To Play Forward’

After a disappointing 2-2 draw in the Europa League mid-week, Everton manager Ronald Koeman bemoaned his side’s lack of confidence going forward. The Toffees are winless after three rounds in Europe and will be happy to get back to domestic action this weekend. With just two wins from nine games so far this season, Everton go into Sunday’s clash with …

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Incredible Harry Kane Stat Shows How Valuable The Striker Is To Spurs

Harry Kane is having a fantastic year, even by his own high standards. The Spurs and England striker scored a hat-trick Tuesday night as Tottenham Hotspur had a convincing 3-0 win in the Champions League against APOEL in Cyprus. After the hat-trick in Cyprus, Kane already has five goals in this season’s Champions League and has 34 goals in 2017 in all …

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All-Ireland Champions Limerick Dominate Shortlist For U-21 Hurling Team Of The Year

After beating Tipperary, Clare, Cork, Galway and Kilkenny, it is no surprise that the u-21 hurling Team of the Year nominations are dominated by All-Ireland champions, Limerick. Pat Donnelly’s side have 13 players named in the 45-man shortlist. First reported by the Limerick Leader, there have also been a five-player shortlist for Player of the Year. This too is dominated …

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