Arsène Wenger: Success or Failure?

Eoghan Dalton examines Arsène Wenger’s tenure to date at the Gunners. Arsenal football club is a unique case. The stability over the past eight trophy-less years is what’s made sure the club hasn’t fallen apart, what with the debt incurred from the new stadium. Yes, it’s been a long and frustrating time for fans, yet you’ll find that top four finishes are crucial, especially in … Continue reading Arsène Wenger: Success or Failure?

Seán Óg Ó hAilpín: “You have to make the most of life for what it is and that’s what I’ve done”

Current Affairs and Sport Editor Dylan White talks to the iconic hurler of his generation, Seán Óg Ó hAilpín, about his recently published autobiography. It goes without question that Seán Óg Ó hAilpín (or Seán Halfpenny as he was known until he was seven) is a one-of-a-kind Irish sportsman and a legendary figure in the eyes of GAA fanatics across the country. Now, he tells … Continue reading Seán Óg Ó hAilpín: “You have to make the most of life for what it is and that’s what I’ve done”

Still United?

Eoin Mc Sweeney looks at Manchester United’s deteriorating form under David Moyes. So Manchester United’s fall from grace is finally complete. That loss against Olympiakos in the first leg of their round 16 tie of the UEFA Champions League has followed a litany of poor results and firsts for a once mighty club. This season, Swansea won at Old Trafford for the first time, the … Continue reading Still United?

Does It Really Mata?

Simon Bracken takes a look at what Manchester United’s record signing Juan Mata can bring to the Red Devils. A January transfer window which threatened to pass without incident, much to Sky Sports News’ horror, in the end threw up one of the most surprising deals in recent memory. Juan Mata’s move from Chelsea to Manchester United for £37.1m was undeniably the story of the … Continue reading Does It Really Mata?