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Unai Emery poised for Arsenal job

Arsenal are set to appoint Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor, according to reports.

Arsenal to appoint Unai Emery as new manager- reports

Arsenal will appoint Unai Emery as their new manager, according to reports.

Jono Gibbes is 95% certain to take over at La Rochelle: reports

Jono Gibbes is all but nailed on to become La Rochelle's next coach, according to reports in France.

Proud moment: Manchester United hand Northern Ireland teenager Ethan Galbraith a professional contract at Old Trafford

Northern Ireland youngster Ethan Galbraith has signed his first professional contract with Manchester United.

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Santi Cazorla departing Arsenal after injury-plagued spell

Midfielder Santi Cazorla is leaving Arsenal after six years with the club.


Former Liverpool chief hopes Nashville hit the right note in MLS

Former Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre has vowed to adhere to Nashville’s penchant for entertainment after being hired by the city’s Major League Soccer expansion franchise.


Grant Holt pins down new role as professional wrestler

Former Norwich striker Grant Holt has signed a deal to become a professional wrestler, World Association of Wrestling has announced.


Comment: Onwards for North West 200 after one of the best in years

Well the dust has settled over what was a very, very good North West 200, one of the best in years, all done and dusted for 3.45pm, unheard of in recent times.

Seven Ulster players called up to Ireland squad for U20 World Championships

Seven Ulster players have been included in Ireland's squad for the upcoming World Rugby U20 Championships.


Ticket details as Celtic to play pre-season fixture in Ireland this summer

Shamrock Rovers have announced that Scottish champions Celtic will come to Dublin on Saturday, July 7 for a pre-season friendly.

All you need to know about Sean Scannell and Niall Keown as duo close in on Northern Ireland switch

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill could soon see his panel bolstered by two more English-born recruits.


My best event in 38 years - race chief Whyte after thriller in sun

This year's Vauxhall International North West 200, by comment consent the best in living memory, showcased the famous road race in all its glory.


How a stronger Rangers would help Celtic in Europe, explains Republic of Ireland boss O'Neill

Martin O'Neill believes Celtic's European ambitions would benefit from a "strong Rangers" side.

Holywood lad Tom McKibbin set for European Tour debut at just 15

Holywood GC's rising star, Tom McKibbin, will make his European Tour debut at the innovative new Shot Clock Masters tournament at Diamond Country Club in Altzenbrugg, near Vienna, on June 7-10.

Comment: Ulster may be seeing light at end of a dark tunnel after crucial play-off win

Well, they did it. With their backs to the wall from a wrecking ball of a season buffeted by unprecedented turbulence, Ulster finished with a flourish.

Windsor too soon but Leeds fans will invade Belfast for Frampton bout, vows Warrington

Josh Warrington would have no qualms about travelling to Belfast to take on Carl Frampton but the new IBF featherweight champion is doubtful a bout can be arranged for this summer.


How the Ulster players rated during Champions Cup play-off victory over Ospreys

Ulster secured Champions Cup rugby for next season as they put a glossy finish on an otherwise dull season with Sunday's win over Ospreys.

La Rochelle meeting didn't affect Ulster's play-off preparation, insists departing Gibbes

After a bizarre end to his time in Ulster, departing head coach Jono Gibbes denied his mid-week trip to La Rochelle had any effect on the team's preparation for yesterday's key Champions Cup play-off with Ospreys.

Jono Gibbes refuses to rule out La Rochelle move after Ulster exit

Departing Ulster coach Jono Gibbes has refused to rule out a move to La Rochelle.


Republic of Ireland duo ready to make Northern Ireland switch, confirms Michael O'Neill

Michael O'Neill has confirmed he's hoping to add two former Republic of Ireland Under-21s to his Northern Ireland squad.

Sunday, May 20

Ulster secure Champions Cup place with Ospreys victory

Ulster will be playing in next season’s Champions Cup after a brace from Craig Gilroy helped them defeat the Ospreys 35-12 in their Champions Cup play-off at Kingspan Stadium.

New IBF featherweight champion Josh Warrington eyeing Carl Frampton fight

Josh Warrington would have no qualms about travelling to Belfast to take on Carl Frampton but the new IBF featherweight champion is doubtful a bout can be arranged for this summer.

Champions Cup play-off LIVE: Updates as Ulster take on Ospreys in crunch Kingspan clash

It's winner-takes-all at Kingspan Stadium as Ulster face Ospreys for a place in next season's Champions Cup. We'll keep you up to date throughout the game right here on our live blog.

Saturday, May 19

North West 200: Race results as Glenn Irwin seals Superbike double and Seeley treble completes Carrickfergus dominance

Glenn Irwin has won both of the Superbike races at this year's Vauxhall International North West 200 while fellow Carrickfergus man Alastair Seeley grabbed three wins over the course of the week.

Friday, May 18

William Dunlop forced to pull out of North West 200 following crash

Following a crash during Thursday evening’s Superstock race, Temple Golf Club Yamaha’s William Dunlop has withdrawn from Saturday’s races at the 2018 Vauxhall International North West 200.

Best and Henderson both out as Ulster make five changes for Champions Cup play-off clash against Ospreys

Only a win will seal Champions Cup rugby for Ulster next season, but they'll have to do it without international duo Rory Best and Iain Henderson.

Jono Gibbes will NOT accept job as La Rochelle coach

Talks between Ulster head coach Jono Gibbes and La Rochelle did take place yesterday but the departing Kiwi will not be taking a job in France, the Belfast Telegraph understands.

Thursday, May 17

North West 200: All you need to know as Seeley, Hickman and Jessopp earn opening victories

Alastair Seeley, Peter Hickman and Martin Jessopp were the winners on the opening night of racing at the North West 200.

Live North West 200: Qualifying times, racing schedule and updates as Seeley secures double pole - May 17

The North West 200 racing gets under way this evening. We'll keep you covered with lots of updates from today's three races right here on our live blog.

North West 200: A guide to the ultimate white knuckle ride with Phillip McCallen

To give you an idea of what a lap of the 8.9mile North West 200 feels like from the saddle, and to bring back memories of 1992 when I won a record five races in a day, let me be your guide around the white-knuckle ride that is the Triangle…