Roy Keane’s lost film reviews -  E.T: People say he is cute and adorable, all this . . . but where’s his loyalty? Hides in your wardrobe and breaks your kids hearts and then f**ks off back to whatever planet he came from? No, a big disappointment for me, that little fella. Only out for himself. Worst behaviour I’ve seen since Veron.

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New Donegal manager Rory Gallagher was formerly a selector under Jim McGuinness. Here he departs a team huddle prior to the start of the All-Ireland semi-final in 2012. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Donegal bring in former number two who has reputation for being intensely driven

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers took a chance on the controversial striker Mario Balotelli and it has not paid off so far. Photograph: Getty Images.

Brendan Rodgers must have know the Italian striker was no replacement for Luis Suarez

Diarmuid Connolly: “It was in the second half, when the home crowd was in a state of shock, that he had arguably his best spell in a Dublin jersey, bringing the fight to Donegal  at Croke Park.” Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

This week’s All Star award seems an overdue recognition for the gifted Dublin and St Vincent’s forward

Aiden McGeady takes on Germany’s Jerome Boateng during their Uefa Euro 2016 qualifier at Arena Auf Schalke in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Photograph: EPA

Dunphy, Giles and Brady should rediscover innocent pride for Martin O’Neill’s side

Ireland’s Marc Wilson clashes with Thomas Mueller of Germany during the Group D qualifier at the Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen on Tuesday night. Photograph: Getty Images

O’Shea goal turns usual story of another gutsy defeat to a rush of pure Irish elation

John O’Shea scores a stoppage time equaliser against Germany  in Gelsenkirchen. Photograph: Alex Grimm/Bongarts/Getty Images

Take that, Angela Merkel! Payback as Germans stunned by Irish recovery

No signs of vulnerability: Germany coach Joachim Löw answers  questions at a press conference  in Essen. Photograph: Roland Weihrauch/EPA

Joachim Löw will give his new defence time, and seems unfazed by defeat to Poland

Clare All Star  Conor McGrath and Sean Collins celebrate after last week’s hurling final victory  over Crusheen. Both players will be in action in the football final against Éire Óg as Cratloe aim to complet the double. Photo: James Crombie /Inpho

Following their senior hurling final win last week, club bid to add football title to complete a feat last achieved in 1914

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