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The Ireland stalwart cruised through 90 minutes for a strong second string side on Tuesday afternoon, helping the Tynecastle kids defeat St Mirren 3-1 at Oriam...
The 31-year-old striker bombarded her with a string of abusive messages that saw him send 100 texts a day...
He missed the 2018 championship but still picked up a Celtic cross for his trouble as Dublin made clinched the four in a row...
“I’m sure all the Celtic fans will be out supporting Leinster because I believe Glasgow are all Rangers supporters”...
Leo Cullen will want the rest of his hands on deck for the Guinness PRO14 decider at Celtic Park...
If Leinster beat Munster on Saturday week then they’ll play at the iconic Glasgow ground of Ryan’s heroes in the PRO14 final...
The Irish Times report that the Dublin billionaire would not have a controlling interest...
Gavin Bazunu set for early Manchester City switch with Shamrock Rovers resigned to losing stopper before season kicks off
The 16-year-old was to remain with the Hoops – who have flatly denied that Celtic are to become shareholders in the club – until he finishes his Leaving Cert in the summer...
Talks are due to continue later this month once Shamrock Rovers major shareholder Ray Wilson comes back from Australia...
Hampden Park holds over 51,000 while Celtic Park’s capacity is 60,832...
The stadium will be the first non-traditional rugby union stadium to host the final...
Continue reading “Travel to Celtic v Manchester United with SuperCupNI and Hannons Coaches” on Dublin Live.
It caps off an odd couple of weeks for the former Manchester City, Celtic, and Hibernian star...
Hundreds of Celtic fans in uproar after Dublin pub cancels pre-booked event to ‘protect’ England World Cup fans
Hoops fans had booked a function room for a meet-up before going to Tallaght to watch their friendly with Shamrock Rovers...
Bayo, Jullien, Boli improves, Fraser is back, James on the left, Wanyama chat, AIK and of course the game at Mordor...
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15:00 25 August 2019
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UEFA Europa League
18:00 29 August 2019