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Ireland to play Barbarians
The Irish Rugby Football Union and the Barbarians have confirmed that they will play a match at Thomond Park on May 28, 2015.
Coyle: Cahill is outstanding
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is an outstanding player for both club and country, says former Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle.
Jedinak: Players back Warnock
Skipper Mile Jedinak says Crystal Palace’s performance in the 3-1 victory over Liverpool proves the players support manager Neil Warnock.
Arrivabene new Ferrari boss
Ferrari have appointed Maurizio Arrivabene as their new Team Principal, replacing Marco Mattiacci who himself only took the post in April.
Lallana calls for Liverpool unity
Adam Lallana says Liverpool's players must "fight for their lives" to turn around the club's form - starting on Wednesday.
'Rory's box office' says Lee
Rory McIlroy can dominate golf ‘for the next 10 to 15 years’ says Sky Sports golf pundit Rob Lee .
And so begins one of the busiest and most enjoyable weeks of the American football season...
Merc rivals fear repeat in 2015
Mercedes’ rivals already fear they could be in for a repeat of the team’s 2014 dominance next season because of the engine advantage enjoyed by F1's new all-conquering force.
Bell backs positive approach
Ian Bell insists England want to play a "positive, aggressive" brand of cricket as they get ready for the start of the one-day series against Sri Lanka.
Brentford mull ground-share
Brentford have told Sky Sports News HQ that they are looking into the possibility of ground-sharing or adapting their current ground should they win promotion to the Premier League.
Berbatov back at Bayer Leverkusen
It’s eight years since Dimitar Berbatov played at the BayArena. He scored the winner for Tottenham that night and yet more remarkable was the scene that greeted his substitution. The applause of the Spurs fans was drowned out by the reception he received from Bayer Leverkusen supporters.
Derby face keeper decision
Derby will this week assess the fitness of goalkeeper Lee Grant before deciding whether or not to further extend Jack Butland's loan.
Hansen back at Workington
Workington have confirmed the signing of Kenneth Hansen in a surprise move which sees the Dane return to his first British club.
Abdi to step up Watford return
Watford midfielder Almen Abdi will step up his comeback from injury with a run-out for the club's Under-21 side on Tuesday evening.
Adkins aims for upturn in fortunes
Reading boss Nigel Adkins is determined to turn around his side's poor run of form in the Sky Bet Championship.
Symons challenges Fulham charges
Fulham manager Kit Symons has challenged his side to go on another unbeaten run in the Sky Bet Championship.
Holloway keen to build on point
Millwall boss Ian Holloway believes his side's display in the goalless draw with south London rivals Charlton bodes well for the rest of the season.
Foundation first class - Powell
Huddersfield manager Chris Powell said there is no better club in the country at supporting local schools and the community through its own charity.
Charlton wait for Buyens update
Charlton are sweating on an injury suffered by influential midfielder Yoni Buyens in the draw against Millwall.
Hyypia keen to stop penalty debate
Brighton boss Sami Hyypia has vowed to sort out his side's spot-kick duties after his players argued over who would take their latest penalty.
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