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Watch: Sergio Aguero Clashes With Wigan Fan After FA Cup Loss

Sergio Aguero

Sergio Aguero could be in trouble… Manchester City’s dream of the quadruple is over for this season, after they were dumped out of the FA Cup by Wigan Athletic, who now go on to the quarter-finals where they take on Southampton. The Latics took the lead in the 79th minute through Will Grigg, and held on for a famous victory. …

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Wales Boosted As Three Lions Declared Fit For Ireland Showdown

Toby Faletau

Wales head to Dublin this weekend, aiming to get their Six Nations campaign back on track after a loss against England in Twickenham. Warren Gatland’s side picked up an opening-day win over Scotland despite a host of injuries, and a win over Ireland would propel them right back into the title conversation. The Welsh will be boosted even further this …

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Toulon Owner In Hot Water Over Remarks About “Mormon Side Of EPCR”

TOULON, FRANCE - DECEMBER 13: Mourad Boudjellal, owner of RC Toulon looks on during the European Rugby Champions Cup pool three match between RC Toulon and Leicester Tigers at Felix Mayol Stadium on December 13, 2014 in Toulon, France. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal is in hot water, as the EPCR are bringing a misconduct complaint against him over remarks to the publication RugbyRama. Boudjellal was speaking in relation to the alleged homophobic remarks of Mathieu Bastareaud while playing against Benetton last month. The club’s owner jumped to a controversial defence of the giant midfielder. “At no point did Mathieu Bastareaud make …

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Tipperary Take Exemplary Approach To Managing Fitzgibbon Cup Workload

Tipperary’s season is well and truly up and running, as they recorded their second consecutive win of the Allianz National Hurling League on Saturday evening. Victories over Waterford and Wexford leave the Premier in a solid position in Division 1A, as they look towards the final two games. Next Sunday, they head to Nowlan Park to face Kilkenny, and there’s …

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All The Results From The Weekend’s National League Fixtures

Hurling took centre stage this weekend in the Allianz National Leagues, however, there was also a number of big ball fixtures around the country. Limerick and Tipperary were able to put their feet up on Sunday after they won their Saturday evening clashes. Elsewhere, Laois defeated Antrim in Division 1B. On Sunday, a scintillating first half performance saw Clare come …

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‘The Offside Lines Weren’t Straight’ – BT Panel Discuss Mental VAR Decision During Manchester United Vs Huddersfield

There was a baffling moment of VAR madness during Manchester United’s victory over Huddersfield on Saturday evening. Manchester United defeated Huddersfield in the FA Cup on Saturday evening after two well-taken goals from Romelu Lukaku. However, in the aftermath of United’s victory, all anyone can talk about is a phenomenally baffling moment that followed a VAR consultation before halftime. A …

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George Groves Outfoxes Chris Eubank Jr. As Gruelling Bout Goes The Distance

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 17: George Groves of England lands a punch on Chris Eubank JR of England during their WBSS Super Middleweight bout at the Manchester Arena on February 17, 2018 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Mark Robinson/Getty Images)

George Groves saw off the challenge of Chris Eubank on Saturday night to reach the World Boxing Super Series final. There was to be no knockout however, with Groves claiming the victory on points (117-112, 116-112, 115-113) after the fight went the distance in Manchester. The two British super-middleweights faced off in what was one of the most eagerly-anticipated domestic …

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Five Things We Learned From The League Of Ireland Opening Weekend

League of Ireland Week 1

The return of the SSE Aitrticity League Premier Division this weekend saw no end of drama in the five opening matches. On the opening night, defending champions Cork City threw away a two-goal lead before winning late on at St. Pat’s, Bohemians stunned Shamrock Rovers with three goals in ten second half minutes to win the Dublin derby, newly-promoted Waterford …

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All The Big Results From Saturday’s GAA Games


It was a bumper weekend of GAA action on Saturday, with three Allianz National Hurling League games down for decision, as well as the Sigerson Cup final, All-Ireland Club Football Championship semi-final and more. The big tie of the day was in Thurles, as Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford side attempted to maintain their 100% start to 2018 against Tipperary, but a …

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