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Biggest Irish Sports Stars on Twitter

Follow @Nigeltails We often hear in the media the battle by the various sporting organistions in this country for the hearts and minds (and bodies!) of the Irish sporting public. Who is winning this battle in the real world? It is hard to say. However it is much easier to measure in the Twittersphere, if…

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Sports Sentiment Index

This is some of the most in depth research ever conducted on our sporting allegiances, preferences and habits and the research clearly proves that we are an island that loves our sport. 2011 was a tremendous year in Irish sport, including a Heineken Cup victory, two super All-Ireland Finals and a victory of the highest…

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Tabloid Tales

This week’s ‘Tabloid Tales’ features three stories from around the globe that hit the red tops headlines over the past few days, including the heroics of a gardai and local neighbours in Mullingar, the balancing act of a daredevil, and David Beckham’s brush with the law. The story of a heroic rescue was detailed in…

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Sports Pic of the Day

Robbie Keane is on the move again and he is to join up with David Beckham to front the LA Galaxy attack. The 31 year old Irish international described the €3.4 million move as a “massive opportunity”, and admitted he became interested in a move to Los Angeles after speaking with former England captain David…

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Sports Pic Of The Day…

  Robbie Keane’s chances of a move during the current transfer window suffered a set back yesterday when Birmingham City learnt Keane was looking to imporve on the €75,000 he currently earns each week with Spurs. 30 year old Keane is seeking regular first team football but may have priced himself out of a move to what…

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Sports Pic Of The Day

  Today’s sports pic of the day shows Robbie Keane equalising for Tottenham in last night’s League Cup tie against London neighbours Arsenal. The sides drew 1-1 after 90 minutes however Arsenal overwhelmed Spurs in extra time scoring three golas to progress into the fourth round.