Cathal Dervanby Cathal Dervan
- Rory McIlroy back to his best with an Australian Open win
- Roy Keane settling in nicely with the Republic of Ireland again, for now
- The Roy Keane and Martin O’Neill show begins!
- Let’s give Roy Keane a clean slate in new Irish soccer role
- Irish government to honor former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson
There is always, as that Chelsea “hero” John Terry will gladly tell you, a reward for those who do the right thing in life -- and also for those who don’t.
Some months ago, before we knew of Tiger Woods’ sins or Terry’s indiscretions, Thierry Henry was the villain of the peace as far as Irish football fans were concerned.
There are many ways to spot the onset of Grumpy Old Man syndrome -- an obvious one is when top sports stars really start to annoy you with their behavior.
I am a middle aged man. At least I hope I am. At 46 years old, I am at an age when I would gladly live to twice my current status.
The tour guide on the bus thought his first words were funny, hilarious in fact as he greeted us on our arrival into his native city on Friday afternoon.
He wasn’t to know that our phones had just started hopping with rumors that Gerry Ryan was dead, and that nobody was really in the mood for his hilarity.