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Daily Archives: July 22, 2017

Galway go back to basics & grind it out

Galway captain Gary O’Donnell said the Tribesmen “went back to basics” after their shock Connacht SFC final loss to Roscommon, and are now showing their true colours as they eye a summer march on Sam Maguire. Donegal were hammered in Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier

Tamba Hali asks if he’s wanted by Kansas Chiefs anymore

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali went on a Twitter rant Saturday, wondering why he played only seven snaps in last season’s AFC divisional round playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Hali also played a limited amount of snaps in a Week 4

Healy steps down as quarter-final pairings confirmed

The pairings for the first two All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-finals are known, while Peadar Healy has stepped down as Cork manager. Mayo will take on Connacht champions Roscommon while Galway’s reward for their thumping win over Donegal on Saturday is a last-eight meeting with

Man City close on £52m Mendy, Kolarov heads for Roma

Manchester City hopes of making Monaco’s Benjamin Mendy the world’s most expensive defender moved a step closer on Saturday night, with fellow left-back Aleksandar Kolarov departing for Roma to clear the decks. Kolarov’s anticipated move to the Stadio Olimpico was confirmed late on Saturday evening,

Portsmouth fan dies during pre-season clash

Portsmouth have confirmed the death of a fan who fell ill during their friendly against Bournemouth on Saturday. The spectator received treatment during the interval of the the match, which Premier League side Bournemouth won 2-1, but it was unsuccessful. A statement on www.portsmouthfc.co.uk read: