Gary Neville claimed clubs should be relegated, Jamie Carragher called Liverpool an "embarrassment" and Prime Minister Boris Johnson demanded answers as plans for a new European Super League came to light.
DIVISION Two newcomers Down will be allowed no time to find their feet in the dog-eat-dog second tier as they kick off their campaign against last year’s All-Ireland finalists Mayo in the northern section opener in Castlebar.
Danske Bank Premiership: Portadown 1 Cliftonville 2
CLIFTONVILLE secured their top-six spot in the Danske Bank Premiership with victory at Portadown on Saturday night and will now turn their sights to reeling in those in front of them.
FORMER Celtic and Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has revealed he had not one, but two run-ins with Antrim GAA in his youth – and quipped he would do his damnedest to wreck the 50th anniversary celebrations of MacRory and Hogan Cup double winners St Mary’s later this month.
SAFFRON Business Forum successfully held a virtual discussion on Growing the Economy post-pandemic: Lessons in Leadership yesterday where former Galway Allstar Kevin Walsh spoke about the importance of creating a winning culture within a team environment.
Anthony Joshua is "100 per cent" convinced his eagerly-anticipated showdown against fellow Briton Tyson Fury in a bout that would see all four major heavyweight titles on the line will happen this year.
FOR Coleraine the unwritten rule at the start of every season under Oran Kearney has become qualification for Europe though by the time the split comes around in the Irish Premiership, the Bannsiders boss also wants to be in with a realistic shot at the title.
THE Fermanagh players – including experienced duo Tiarnan Daly, Chris Snow and Hogan Cup winner Conor Love - will run out like a “herd of bullocks” when they take the field for training on Monday night, predicts manager Ryan McMenamin.