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Tadhg Creedon

Tadhg Creedon
A History and Politics student at University College Cork, Tadhg Creedon lives for sport. He has a vast array of knowledge on many sports like socceer , american football and rugby but his expertise is on GAA.

Thomas Muller : The Ultimate Competitor

When Thomas Muller was invited by Germany’s kit designers to help create a new shirt , he picked up a pen and approached a table draped with the classic white top clean of all usual markings. Muller first drew in the three stars that signifies the number of World Cups won by his nation. He also inked a “?” mark …

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Now For Louis Van Gaal’s Next Trick

There is quite clearly one star in the current Dutch squad, and he’s wearing a suit with a bright orange tie. His name is Louis Van Gaal and he’s about to lead the country to the World Cup Final. At the end of extra-time against Costa Rica, Louis Van Gaal made the type of call that can define or destroy a career. …

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World Cup: Euro Blockbuster & South American Thriller In Store

A wonderful evening of quarter-final action awaits us on Friday with bitter European rivals France and Germany going head-to-head in Rio and Colombia and Brazil doing battle in Fortaleza. Tadhg Creedon previews the two massive encounters. Game 1:  France v Germany, Rio de Janeiro (5pm).  The quarter-finals begin with a European grudge match between two sides capable of playing wonderful football …

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Who Needs Suarez? We Now Have James Rodriguez

Were you watching Mr. Suarez? Uruguay, with their ridiculously embittered ‘no-one likes us , we don’t care’ stance on the Luis Suarez biting scandal, were on the receiving end of bad karma in Rio as the Grim Reaper came calling in the form of young Colombian sensation James Rodriguez.  Almost every neutral wanted Uruguay to be eliminated on Saturday night …

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Overlooked CONCACAF Nations Taking World Cup By Storm

There was a time when distinguishing predator from prey at a World Cup wasn’t too difficult a task. The predator being the European and South American nations and the prey being teams from the CONCACAF region. But that has not been the case in Brazil , where the oft-overlooked CONCACAF teams have made a major statement. While the European and …

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World Cup – Who Will Make The Last 16?

So here we are now, less than a week before the knockout stages begin next Saturday as the last round of do-or-die and dead rubber group games come thick and fast over the next few days.  Group A  If it was not for the terrible refereeing of Yuichi Nishimura in the World Cup opener , hosts Brazil could easily have …

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Top Four WC Talking Points: England Bow Out, France Progress

1. England Betrayed Their Form Players And Paid The Price How many times have we heard this one before, England crash out early at a major tournament. The game with Uruguay promised so much for England after their positive performance against Italy. England fell almost completely flat, as Luis Suarez made the Three Lions pay dearly for some defensive lapses. If England’s best center …

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2013 All-Ireland Football Finalists Both In Action On Sunday

Dublin Croke Park hurling

Summer is well and truly here with the busiest weekend of the championship coming this Saturday and Sunday. There are eight championship games in all in both codes, six in football and two in hurling. Football takes centre stage on Sunday as the All-Ireland finalists of last year are both in action live on RTE. At 2pm. on Sunday afternoon …

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