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Moorefield manager, Ger Brennan, has been appointed as the new manager of Louth following Mickey Harte's dramatic departure last month

Joining Brennan will be former Ireland rugby international James Downey as High Performance Coach, former Down All-Ireland winner James McCartan and DCU professor Niall Moyna as selectors, while Moorefield's David Whyte will serve as transitional coach.

Brennan spent a season as coach of Carlow under St Kevin's clubman Niall Carew, has coached Wicklow outfit Bray Emmet’s while he is also in his second season as manager of Moorefield.

The two officials at the centre of the VAR controversy in Liverpool's Premier League defeat to Tottenham on Saturday have been stood down for this weekend.
Darren England and Dan Cook were in charge of VAR when Luis Diaz's goal was incorrectly disallowed during Spurs 2-1 win.
The referee body, the PGMOL, called the incident a "significant human error".

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag says the club is going in the right direction, despite a poor start to the season.
With just three wins from their first seven matches, United are 10th in the Premier League table.
Tonight, they host Galatasaray in the Champions League - two weeks on from losing their opening fixture in Group A against Bayern Munich.
Kick off is at 8pm.

Elsewhere, Arsenal are away to Lens in Group B.

After picking up their first win in the Premier League at the weekend, Luton return to action this evening.
They welcome another newly promoted side, Burnley, to Kenilworth Road.
Kick off is at half seven.

James Ryan trained fully with the Ireland squad in Tours today, as they step up preparations for Saturday's World Cup meeting with Scotland.
The Leinster second row only took a limited part in training last week due to a hand injury.
But assistant coach Mike Catt confirmed Ryan will be fit for this weekend's clash in Paris.

Mark Allen is back in action at the English Open this afternoon.
The Antrim native plays Wu Yize of China in the first round proper at lunchtime.

Josh Rock and Daryl Gurney are among the players on stage at the World Grand Prix
Antrim native Rock goes up against Michael van Gerwen in Leicester this evening.
Gurney is due on stage shortly before 10pm for his meeting with Luke Humphries.

Theres a seven-race card at Galway this afternoon, with the first off at 1.50.

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