Ewan MacKenna

Ewan MacKenna

Business of Sport

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Ewan MacKenna: Celtic FC might be financially strong, but all the sense of drama is long gone from Scottish football

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Ireland may have united behind the rugby team, but the game remains a preserve of the well-off.

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Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: The League of Ireland needs to work within its limitations and not try to be what it can never be.

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Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Why on earth was anyone surprised by what Davy Fitzgerald said?

Ewan MacKenna: The how' goes against the why'. There is nothing fair about fair play guidelines

Ewan MacKenna: The how' goes against the why'. There is nothing fair about fair play guidelines

Next month, that's how things are supposed to become in European football.

Ewan MacKenna: Huge strides of social progress have been made in recent times, but we've now been reminded of what closeted gay players still face in the dressing room

Ewan MacKenna: Huge strides of social progress have been made in recent times, but we've now been reminded of what closeted gay players still face in the dressing room

If your jaw hasn't snapped shut yet, don't bother trying to force it closed now. A quick read of the following and it will just drop once more.

Ewan MacKenna: Why is Kenneth Egan receiving so much vitriol when all he is trying to do is give something back to the community he comes from?

Ewan MacKenna: Why is Kenneth Egan receiving so much vitriol when all he is trying to do is give something back to the community he comes from?

Question: Is there a sportsperson in Ireland that has suffered more unwarranted abuse than Kenneth Egan?

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Ewan MacKenna: The Irish athletes should summon up the courage to tell the truth about Putin's putrid Games

Ewan MacKenna: Without home comforts to rely on, Ireland have lost the Six Nations before they even kick off

Ewan MacKenna: Without home comforts to rely on, Ireland have lost the Six Nations before they even kick off

We know. You're excited. There's the hope from the narrow New Zealand loss, the expectation because of the brilliant mind of Joe Schmidt, even just the fact that it's our opening game of the Six Nations.

Ewan MacKenna: Whether David Moyes turns things around or not, Manchester United remain a licence to print money

Ewan MacKenna: Whether David Moyes turns things around or not, Manchester United remain a licence to print money

If you've never come across the story of John Spano, it's worth a quick revisiting.

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Ewan MacKenna: 2013 provided plenty of sporting highlights, but we shouldn't let past glories blind us to problems in the present

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Ewan MacKenna: Cricket has escaped from a long-standing social and political taboo to become just another game that we Irish can enjoy - and win.

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Ewan MacKenna: Nelson Mandela's death has reminded us that Irish rugby was frequently on the wrong side of the apartheid argument.

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Ewan MacKenna: Nelson Mandela's death has reminded us that Irish rugby was frequently on the wrong side of the apartheid argument

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Glitz and glamour marked the World Cup draw last Friday, but the people of Brazil have had their pockets picked