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Celtic manager Neil Lennon has hit back at SFA performance director. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has accused Mark Wotte of being “insecure and paranoid” after the Scottish Football Association performance director(...)

Only 40 per cent of emigrants expect to return to Ireland at some stage and just 21 per cent of those who had emigrated expect to return within three years, a survey has found.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Only 40 per cent of the present generation of Irish emigrants intend to return to Ireland, according to new research. The feelings of ne(...)

Former Sunderland manager believes he had earned more time than he was given at the club. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Martin O’Neill believes he should have been given the chance to replicate his achievement of last season and save Sunderland from relegation. (...)

Shane Hegarty at the Harbour in Skerries, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ireland’s reputation for producing sought-after authors of fantasy fiction has been further bolstered by the announcement that(...)

It’s a football cliché that “teams are made in the image of their manager”. Although we would struggle to explain the actual mechanisms involve(...)

Picture this: you are out shopping in the company of your smartphone or android, and you spot some tempting tuna, or cod or hake. The price loo(...)

 Jim Jefferies of Dunfermline. Photograph:  Lynne Cameron/PA Wire. Jim Jeffries of troubled club Dunfermline. Photograph: Lynne Cameron /PA

Millions – hang on James Alexander Gordon’s every word as he reads out the football results on BBC radio each Saturday afternoon, enjoying, if (...)

Referee Bobby Madden sends off Celtic's Victor Wanyama during the 1-1 draw with St Mirren. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Celtic held by St Mirren
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  • March 31, 2013, 16:18

St Mirren 1 Celtic 1: Paul McGowan’s late penalty gave St Mirren a share of the spoils against 10-man Celtic in a controversial Clydesdale Bank(...)

“It was the Irish government that imposed the farthest-reaching guarantee for its banking system at the start of the crisis – on its own initiative,” said German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble. Photograph: Eric Luke

On a dismal Tuesday night, 600 Berliners have braved the snow and a bitter, Siberian wind to fill the Deutsches Theater. Six bankers prowl the (...)

I once brought an alarm clock to a hayfield. I did this ridiculous thing during the school holidays when I was condemned to long hours of makin(...)

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