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Belfast Telegraph

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Past articles by Graham:

New bid to create All-Ireland football plan back on table

Irish businessman Kieran Lucid says he believes a new 'split-season' format with a cross-border dimension could revive football in the north and south. → Read More

Burglary at my home had huge effect on my family, says Rodgers

Football boss Brendan Rodgers has admitted a burglary at his Glasgow home had a huge psychological impact on him. → Read More

The guy must have a few quid: Neil Lennon wants to meet Hearts fan who threw coin

Fuming Neil Lennon expressed his anger and disgust last night after he was struck on the face by a coin thrown from the crowd during a ferocious Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle. → Read More

Exclusive: IFA and FAI to make all-Ireland bid to host Euro U21 Championship

The Irish Football Association and the Football Association of Ireland will make history tomorrow when they unveil plans to submit a joint bid to host the Uefa Under-21 Championship in → Read More

Anxiety drove me to suicide attempt, says Irish League referee Tavinder

An Irish League referee has revealed how a long battle with anxiety almost led to him taking his own life three years ago. → Read More

Irish League star reveals agony over sister's murder and health battle of daughter (2)

Irish League footballer Stephen McAlorum has revealed how the murder of his teenage sister Megan rocked the family. → Read More

Crusaders boss Baxter tells personal hell behind title challenge

Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter has revealed how his father George fought for his life during the club's title charge last season. → Read More

Cliftonville striker Donnelly suspended for betting breaches

A top Irish League footballer has been hit with a heavy suspension by the Irish Football Association for a breach of betting regulations. → Read More

All national anthems are worthy of respect says Irish FA's ex-president

Former Irish Football Association President Jim Shaw has reacted to the Irish Cup final National Anthem controversy by saying he believes all anthems should be respected. → Read More

Kristina powers up Northern Ireland boxers' fight for success

Northern Ireland boxers continued to pack a significant punch on the Gold Coast with Kristina O'Hara leading the charge in the medal rush at the Commonwealth Games. → Read More

Ards delight after legend Colin Nixon snubs Glentoran

Ards chairman Brian Adams has admitted he feared Colin Nixon would leave the club to take charge of Glentoran and he's relieved the Oval legend is going nowhere. → Read More

Cup final goal hero Scullion in comeback glory bid

Larne ace David Scullion was close to quitting football as he struggled to recover from a hip operation but now he's dreaming of firing in another Irish Cup final winner. → Read More

How the memory of my brother inspired charity: ex-Northern Ireland player

Former Northern Ireland and Manchester United footballer Pat McGibbon has admitted he didn't grieve properly when his brother Phillip took his own life. → Read More

Linfield stars have real belief in Healy, says Lowry

Stephen Lowry says the Linfield players are fully behind manager David Healy as they aim to finish a turbulent season on a positive note. → Read More

Glentoran's Robbie McDaid determined to take chance to silence Windsor roar

Glentoran's new goalscoring hero Robbie McDaid is now relishing the chance to shoot down Linfield at Windsor Park today. In his younger years, the Omagh man was brought to a few Big Two → Read More

Footballers' Lives with Paul Heatley: 'The priest gave me the Last Rites'

Our exclusive series about life on and off the pitch in Irish League football continues with Crusaders ace Paul Heatley on his eventful journey to the top. → Read More

Northern Ireland v New Zealand: Michael O'Neill relishing difficult test

Michael O'Neill feels New Zealand will be tricky opponents for his World Cup finals hopefuls tonight. → Read More

McCartan out to emulate Northern Ireland legend Jennings

Shay McCartan won't be the first Newry man with a Gaelic games background to showcase his sporting talent with the senior Northern Ireland side, but if he can remain on the same pathway → Read More

Northern Ireland can strike it hot in Baku, says upbeat Michael O'Neill

Michael O'Neill is confident his Northern Ireland side can find the goals in Azerbaijan next month to keep their World Cup qualifying bid on track. → Read More

Scottish Cup final: Brendan Rodgers confident Celtic players will hold their nerve to clinch treble

Brendan Rodgers has backed his Celtic players to hold their nerve and celebrate an astonishing domestic treble today. → Read More