WHILE most would agree that the Lisbon Lions are the finest side Jock Stein ever managed, former Celtic player and captain Andy Lynch makes the case for the short-lived double winning side of 1976-77, writes Richard Purden.
Category: Comment & Analysis
Comment & Analysis
For an organisation depicted as conservative, the GAA has a recent habit of being a lot more radical than people imagine
A debate on the issue of the anthem and the flag at GAA games is inevitable, and inevitably there’ll be an outcry, writes Garry Doyle.
GALWAY have been excluded because the Leinster counties don’t want to travel and the Leinster Council want to stage all of their matches within the province, writes Christy O’Connor.
WHY beat the All Blacks once when you have the chance to do so twice? That’s the plan. Trouble is, there are 15 New Zealanders who have other intentions.
UNDER Martin O’Neill, good things have happened in stoppage time for the Republic of Ireland, writes Garry Doyle.
MONEY changing hands clearly smacks of some form of professionalism, but GAA clubs are suffering from the number of players leaving Ireland to play AFL, writes Christy O’Connor.
WHEN James McClean scored Ireland’s winning goal against Austria, it became clear that the Derry man is pivotal to Ireland’s hopes of qualifying for the World Cup, writes Jack Martin.
Austria v Ireland: Despite their poor start, Austria won’t be viewing Ireland’s visit with any trepidation
WITH first-choice striker Shane Long and his deputy Daryl Murphy out of the trip to Austria, Ireland will have to turn to Jon Walters for a tricky trip to Vienna.
Conor McGregor v Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205: What time is the fight, what TV channel can I watch it on and what are the odds?
EVERYTHING you need to know about Conor McGregor’s next fight as the Irishman takes on Eddie Alvarez in New York on Saturday night.
IT’S not quite as straightforward as forgetting history ever happened and going back to the way we were, but perhaps that’s not a bad thing, writes Jamie Casey.