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Charlie Redmond: Diarmuid Connolly Has To Start Against Tyrone

One of the big talking points ahead of the this Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final is what will Dublin do with Diarmuid Connolly? Do they start him, despite the fact that he hasn’t played in 12 weeks since being suspended for the now infamous incident against Carlow? Do they use him as an impact sub? With this contest set to go …

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Sky Sports Analysts Select Combined Arsenal-Liverpool XI Ahead Of Weekend’s Premier League Clash


Sky Sports football analysts Phil Thompson and Charlie Nicholas have selected their Arsenal-Liverpool combined XIs ahead of Sunday’s clash between the two rivals, that will be shown live by the British broadcaster. Thompson was a long-time assistant manager and former player at Liverpool. He put seven of Jurgen Klopp’s players into his side but did go for Arsenal’s Petr Cech …

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Kerry And Mayo Have To Do It Again After Croker Classic

Kerry and Mayo have to do it all over again after a thrilling draw in Croke Park this Sunday afternoon. It ended 2-14 apiece after this instant classic at GAA HQ. The sides will have to do it all over again next Saturday after this memorable encounter – a match that the football championship badly needed after one-sided quarter-finals. There …

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Limerick Beat Galway In Thurles Thriller To Reach All-Ireland Final

Limerick will play Kilkenny in the All-Ireland u-21 final after beating Galway 2-23 to 2-19 after a tense battle in Thurles. Pat Donnelly’s men finished the game the better side and will now meet Eddie Brennan’s Cats on September 9. Great performances from Peter Casey, Barry Nash, Robbie Hanley and Colin Ryan were key from the Shannonsiders. Galway, despite goals …

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Jose Mourinho Insists Chelsea Are Favourites For Premier League Title

Never one to mince his words, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that Chelsea are the favourites to retain the Premier League title they won last May. The Blues got off to a poor start to the campaign as they seek back-to-back successes but nonetheless, being the champions counts for something, he said. Mourinho, the former boss at Stamford Bridge, …

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