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The Irish Times
Arts for arts sake? Writers on the value of an arts degreehalf-right and half-wrong. Tommy Conlon is a sportswriter, ghostwriter, Sunday
Arts for arts sake? Writers on the value of an arts degree
The Irish Times / Posted 5 hours ago
half-right and half-wrong. Tommy Conlon is a sportswriter, ghostwriter, Sunday Independent columnist and co-author with Ronnie Whelan of Walk On: My Life in Red I took a degree in history at TCD so long ago that the era probably now merits a... Read more
7h
The Irish Times
To BA or not to BA: writers explore the merits of an arts degreehalf-right and half-wrong. Tommy Conlon is a sportswriter, ghostwriter, Sunday
To BA or not to BA: writers explore the merits of an arts degree
The Irish Times / Posted 7 hours ago
half-right and half-wrong. Tommy Conlon is a sportswriter, ghostwriter, Sunday Independent columnist and co-author with Ronnie Whelan of Walk On: My Life in Red I took a degree in history at TCD so long ago that the era probably now merits a... Read more
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chroniclelive
'It's extraordinary he wasn't knighted' - Ron Atkinson discusses the great Bob PaisleyKennedy’s 78th-minute effort cancelled out Norman Whiteside’s early strike, and
'It's extraordinary he wasn't knighted' - Ron Atkinson discusses the great Bob Paisley
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
Kennedy’s 78th-minute effort cancelled out Norman Whiteside’s early strike, and eight minutes into extra time, Liverpool’s Ronnie Whelan struck the winning blow. Paisley famously walked up the Wembley steps to collect the trophy with Liverpool... Read more
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The Anfield Wrap
This Week In LFC History - Xabi Alonso Scores 70-Yard Wonder Strike Against Newcastlein an absolute exhibition for the few — 13,498 — in attendance at Anfield. Fir
This Week In LFC History - Xabi Alonso Scores 70-Yard Wonder Strike Against Newcastle
The Anfield Wrap / Posted 8 days ago
in an absolute exhibition for the few — 13,498 — in attendance at Anfield. First half goals from Ian Rush, John Wark, Ronnie Whelan and Steve McMahon set Liverpool on their way, at 4-0. After the break, Wark added his second, McMahon added... Read more
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The Anfield Wrap
This Week In LFC History - The Reds Put Nine Past Crystal Palaceas they eased to a staggering victory. Steve Nicol opened the scoring with a le
This Week In LFC History - The Reds Put Nine Past Crystal Palace
The Anfield Wrap / Posted 15 days ago
as they eased to a staggering victory. Steve Nicol opened the scoring with a left footed finish, after a layoff from Ronnie Whelan. The scorer then turned creator playing a weighted through ball to Steve McMahon — who signed for the Reds on... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Were you on the Kop in 1987 when the Reds played Oxford?their new heroes for themselves. The game was attack against defence almost fr
Were you on the Kop in 1987 when the Reds played Oxford?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 19 days ago
their new heroes for themselves. The game was attack against defence almost from the start with Nicol, Steve McMahon and Ronnie Whelan all going close.John Aldridge celebrates the first goal for Liverpool against Oxford After 13 minutes, Barnes... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
'Why Souness didn't work out and why the Class of 2014 reminded me of '88'were in when he first arrived back at Anfield. I’m sure he thought the old guar
'Why Souness didn't work out and why the Class of 2014 reminded me of '88'
Liverpool Echo / Posted 20 days ago
were in when he first arrived back at Anfield. I’m sure he thought the old guard – players like me, Rushy, Barnesy, Bruce, Ronnie Whelan and Ray Houghton – still had the same sort of control over the dressing room that he had when he was a player.... Read more
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The Anfield Wrap
11 Players We Lost That We Could Have Lovedabout Sheedy’s departure as affecting our destiny. There has never been a shout
11 Players We Lost That We Could Have Loved
The Anfield Wrap / Posted 21 days ago
about Sheedy’s departure as affecting our destiny. There has never been a shout of ‘if only we’d kept him’. Why? One name — Ronnie Whelan. Sheeds and Wheelers (I’ve just made that up) came through in the same Liverpool Central League side (aka ‘the... Read more
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Herald.ie
Draw is on the cards in group of fine margins Ronnie Whelan – 05 September 2016 02:30 AM I won't say I'm confident about t
Draw is on the cards in group of fine margins
Herald.ie / Posted 23 days ago
Ronnie Whelan – 05 September 2016 02:30 AM I won't say I'm confident about tonight's World Cup opener against Serbia, but I'll be disappointed if Ireland don't leave Belgrade with a point. At the start... Read more
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Herald.ie
We won't see the like of Robbie again Ronnie Whelan – 31 August 2016 02:30 AM Robbie Keane was a wonder. We are ve
We won't see the like of Robbie again
Herald.ie / Posted 28 days ago
Ronnie Whelan – 31 August 2016 02:30 AM Robbie Keane was a wonder. We are very unlikely to ever see a striker like him again from Ireland. There have been many tributes to him since he announced he would hang... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Podcast: What's the problem with Mamadou Sakho?bombing forward, but was quite happy with a draw at White Hart Lane. Read More
Podcast: What's the problem with Mamadou Sakho?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
bombing forward, but was quite happy with a draw at White Hart Lane. Read More He also says Jordan Henderson is the new Ronnie Whelan – sort of. Andy is still loving Sadio Mane and everyone agrees Joel Matip has made a good first impression as... Read more
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