O’Neill, Petrov and Hartson have just arrived for the first press conference, there will be a press conference for both Manchester Utd and Celtic/Republic of Ireland separately #LiamMillerTributepic.twitter.com/ruzZY761wn
When asked what to expect of the match competition wise, O’Neill noted that some of his players were “On the portly side” but were “ready to give everything… for the first 3 minutes at least” which was met with laughs by the press #LiamMillerTribute
Michael Lyster watching a clip from his first time presenting @TheSundayGame. “No autocue back then, you learned your lines”. Barring a replay, his final episode will be this Sunday pic.twitter.com/mPVT6CD7nX
Michael Lyster will present RTÉ’s The Sunday Game Live for the final time when Dublin and Tyrone play in the All Ireland Senior Football Championship final, after which Joanne Cantwell will take over as anchor.
Following their first League of Ireland defeat in 13 matches last night….
…Ashley Hall writes;
The story of Dundalk FC and its achievements in domestic and European competitions continues to be told on film with the release of another production, funded by the Club’s main sponsor, Fyffes.
The storyline of this latest video (above) deals with the Club’s response to the challenge being set by rivals and its disappointment at having missed out on winning their fourth league title in a row last year.