Sports

Santo to be an early Christmas present for Arsenal fans

Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt has all but confirmed that the end is nigh for Unai Emery in north London. The Athletic are reporting this morning that Arsenal will part ways with the Spaniard this morning, but this has not been confirmed at time of going to press. he Gunners are now without a win in seven for the …


Health

What is Movember?

This month, thousands of men around the world are growing their moustaches. Either Charlie Chaplin is slowly infiltrating the men’s fashion scene or there is a perfectly valid reason for this. Thankfully, the latter is true. We all know someone who has taken part in Movember but there’s little said about what Movember actually is. In the abyss of the …


UL offered to host Lyric FM as Limerick relocation controversy rumbles on

President of UL Dr. Des Fitzgerald wrote to RTÉ in an attempt to sustain LyricFM’s presence in Limerick by offering the campus as a more cost-efficient location. The news was first reported by the Limerick Leader this morning, The email was written in late September, as rumours began to swirl at the time that Lyric FM was being earmarked for …

How Ireland can qualify for Euro 2020

After a torrid Nations League campaign, Irish football was in crisis. Step up, Mick McCarthy. The former defender’s second reign in the Irish hot seat started better than he could have imagined. 10 points from a possible 12 had us all dreaming of summer 2020 at the European Championships. We could almost see the demand for campervans on the rise …

Racism in football: A blight on the beautiful game

By: Joseph Saunders We all love football. That’s not up for debate. However the beautiful game has been tarnished over recent months by inhumane acts of racism from the stands at football matches worldwide. England beat Bulgaria by six goals to nil last month, but you wouldn’t hear much about the result as some of the players were subject to …