Author Archives: Shane Brennan

Galway footballers one step closer to promotion

Galway footballers one step closer to promotion

image: By Shane Brennan The Galway footballers have increased their chances of promotion after a dramatic victory against Down in Pairc Elsler. Optimism is clear to see in the west these days after yet another victory. This time the Tribesmen made it more difficult for themselves having to play the final 25 minutes of the game

Taylor Set To Face Koleva

by Shane Brennan Katie Taylor is set for a fight against ‘Hell’s Baby’ Koleva in her latest outing on the English stage in Manchester on March 25th. The fight is on the undercard of the lightweight rematch between Jorge Linares and Anthony Crolla. Taylor saw off Italian Monica Gentili comfortably, last time out at the

300 Disabled fans Set To Watch United

Image Source by Shane Brennan 300 Manchester United disabled supporters are set to watch their team play at Old Trafford, as the club takes the decision to relocate 2,600 season ticket holders. Following talks with the Human Rights Commission and the Manchester United Disabled Supporters Association, the permission was granted. The changes will result in

Guardiola Rules Manchester City Out Of Title Race

by Shane Brennan Pep Guardiola has ruled his Manchester City side out of the title race after Everton inflicted the heaviest defeat of his managerial career. Manchester City were left humiliated after they suffered a 4-0 defeat at Goodison Park. Everton’s teenagers ran the show as Tom Davis conducted operations from midfield, scoring a wonderful

Liverpool’s Coutinho Set To Return

Image Source by Shane Brennan Philippe Coutinho is set to make his return to the bench, as Liverpool look to return to winning ways at St Mary’s stadium tomorrow evening. The Brazilian star has been out since November since picking up a nasty injury against Sunderland. Coutinho’s return comes as a welcome tonic to Jurgen

Ben Woodburn becomes Liverpools Youngest goalscorer

Image Source by Shane Brennan On Tuesday  evening Ben Woodburn made history as he became Liverpool FCs  youngest ever scorer at just 17 years and 45 days, to secure Liverpool’s place in the semi-finals of the league cup after a nervy night at Anfield.  Ahead of the game, Liverpool had many injuries including Daniel Sturridge, Roberto