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Daily Archives: September 29, 2017

Cork’s Buckley eyeing the double after semi-final win

Cork City’s Gary Buckley has one eye on a league and cup double after he scored the winning goal in his side’s narrow 1-0 FAI Cup semi-final victory over Limerick. With the semi-final coming just four days after a draining league game with champions Dundalk,

Peter Lorimer: Leeds United to buy memorabilia of club legend

Peter Lorimer has served as a fans’ representative on the Leeds board of directors Leeds have announced their intention to buy memorabilia of club legend Peter Lorimer which were put up for auction. The club discovered “treasured possessions” including medals and Scotland caps of the

Transfer gossip: Timo Werner, Jack Wilshere, Reece Oxford, Ademola Lookman

Barcelona have joined Liverpool and Real Madrid in being interested in 21-year-old RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner. (Mundo Deportivo, via Talksport) Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 25, wants an extension to his Gunners contract after returning to first-team football. (Goal) Tottenham are considering a move for

Relegation confirmed for Drogheda as Derry ease to win

By Garry Ferry Drogheda United’s stay in the Premier Division finally came to an end as they were comfortably beaten by Derry City at Maginn Park. The game was only three minutes old when Derry were gifted the lead thanks to a shocking attempt at

Hamilton Academical 1-4 Rangers – BBC Sport

Highlights: Hamilton Academical 1-4 Rangers Defender Declan John scored a double as Rangers came from behind to beat Hamilton Academical in the Premiership. Danny Redmond fired Accies ahead after a minute but John’s brace and Daniel Candeias’ drilled effort made it 3-1. The visitors had

Liverpool Ladies 0-3 Reading Women

Kelly Chambers’ Reading finished sixth in 2017’s transitional Spring Series Reading earned their first win of the Women’s Super League One season with a deserved 3-0 victory at Liverpool. England midfielder Fara Williams’ brilliant, dipping volley opened the scoring and Remi Allen doubled the lead