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Irresistible force meets immovable object and the outcome is good for Irish racing
It is a staggering indication of Willie Mullins' resources that he can surrender 60 horses yet believe no staff will be let go.
Mullins says split with O'Leary 'purely over money
Champion horse trainer Willie Mullins doesn't see either side backing down in the disagreement which saw Michael O'Leary withdraw 60 of his horses from Mullins' stable.
Heartbreak City gets Melbourne ticket
Heartbreak City is to be prepared for the Melbourne Cup after Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock bought into the Ebor winner.
Elliott gets cream as Mullins axed
Gordon Elliott will get up to 20 horses arising from the shock split between champion owner Gigginstown and champion trainer Willie Mullins, notably Appleā€™s Jade and Don Poli.
New Kid' to keep show on the road for Mullins
Dozens of horses left Closutton yesterday and those pondering replacements may consider backing New Kid In Town to take Clonmel's feature for Willie Mullins today.
Giannou into Socceroos squad for Degenek (AAP)
Striker Apostolos Giannou is a late addition to the Socceroos squad for their next two World Cup qualifiers after Milos Degenek suffered a knee injury.
Southgate vows England 'stability' as Allardyce admits 'judgement' error (AFP)
London (AFP) - Gareth Southgate promised to bring some "stability" to the England set-up on Wednesday after Sam Allardyce admitted an "error of judgement" was behind his shock exit as the national side's manager.
Allardyce reflects on 'error of judgement' (AAP)
Sam Allardyce has not ruled out a return to management after his reign as England coach to an embarrassingly early end.
England should wait for Wenger: ex-FA boss (AAP)
Former FA executive director David Davies believes Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger would be the ideal man to take over as England manager.
Rogic's Celtic draw with Man City in ECL (AAP)
Socceroo Tom Rogic was in the thick of the action for Celtic as Manchester City came from behind three times to draw 3-3 in a Champions League classic.
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