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Business of Sport: Keane with plenty to prove after another stormy year

Business of Sport: Keane with plenty to prove after another stormy year

The Spread

The Spread

Net profit: sports books scoring highly

Net profit: sports books scoring highly

On the Spot

On the Spot

Business of Sport: The song, the spin, the story

Business of Sport: The song, the spin, the story

After his latest public relations disaster, the embattled John Delaney is now running out of lives, writes John Fallon

Domestic woes leave LoI’s players with little to cheer

Domestic woes leave LoI’s players with little to cheer

Falling attendance and plunging prize money will result in many League of Ireland players facing the prospect of Christmas on the dole, writes John Fallon

The Spread

The Spread

Ewan MacKenna The confessions of a sports memoir ghostwriter: long hours, little reward, and four books not opened since I wrote them

Ewan MacKenna The confessions of a sports memoir ghostwriter: long hours, little reward, and four books not opened since I wrote them

On the Spot

On the Spot

Billy Stickland

The Spread

The Spread

Tough in the rough

Tough in the rough

While golf’s big-name stars burn brightly, others freeze in remote orbits on the satellite tours, writes Brian Keogh

Ewan MacKenna: Tennis is a big-ticket sport whose relationship with drugs has never been adequately addressed

Ewan MacKenna: Tennis is a big-ticket sport whose relationship with drugs has never been adequately addressed

Back Newcastle in the Tyne/Wear shoot-out

Back Newcastle in the Tyne/Wear shoot-out

Savvy brands put second screens first

Savvy brands put second screens first

More and more people are engaging in social media while watching sport on TV, write Mick O’Keeffe and Joanne O’Sullivan

English television scuppers Irish league’s Friday nights

English television scuppers Irish league’s Friday nights

The Premier League’s plan to play Friday night matches will put pressure on attendances for League of Ireland fixtures, writes John Fallon