We were left ashen-faced by Seamus Coleman's injury as Ireland took another step towards Russia 2018
But what direction is it headed?
Six months after the Olympic Games took place in Rio de Janeiro, the dilapidated stadiums are a reflection of the IOC’s empty promises to that impoverished city
We’ve reached the stage where the best defence of his position is to implicitly admit he’s not up to the job
Everyone here is winning, except for the sport and its fans
Remember a time when the GAA was something you could tell people abroad about with pride?
Ill-thought-out interference with its ruling bodies is not going to attract women to the upper echelons of Irish sport
Connacht was the miracle job for the New Zealander, but Bristol is the dream job
Jose Mourinho’s appointment was the board failing to confront the real issue
The IRFU is calling up more and more foreign-born players
This weekend, I was supposed to interview Lance Armstrong. It didn’t happen – and here’s why