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#An Irishman Abroad

# an-irishman-abroad - Friday 20 April, 2018

'I was with Munster for 13 years and my appreciation of what I had there has gone through the roof'

Donnacha Ryan is preparing to face his former club in Sunday’s Champions Cup showdown, but the 34-year-old has gained a fresh perspective since moving to France.

# an-irishman-abroad - Sunday 4 February, 2018

'It's a bit surreal, to say the least': The Limerick man trying to change football in Cambodia

Conor Nestor has landed his first professional coaching job – in the country’s capital of Phnom Penh.

# an-irishman-abroad - Sunday 24 December, 2017

Premier League takeovers, GAA family ties, and Football Manager: The life of Dr Tom Markham

If that wasn’t impressive enough, the football finance expert from Dublin also make sports documentaries in his spare time.

# an-irishman-abroad - Monday 10 July, 2017

A complete history of GAA jerseys popping up at unlikely sporting events

Kerry people love The Masters.

# an-irishman-abroad - Sunday 14 May, 2017

'One of the young lads passed to Edgar Davids and he goes ‘f*** sake, I played for Barcelona. Play it in harder!'

Dubliner Mark Byrne has experienced highs and lows during a 10-year spell in English football, but the Gillingham midfielder wouldn’t swap it for anything.

# an-irishman-abroad - Saturday 13 May, 2017

Cillian Sheridan on his blistering start to life in Poland and aspirations to earn an Ireland recall

The Cavan-born striker is fronting Jagiellonia Bialystok’s challenge for a first league title in their history.

# an-irishman-abroad - Sunday 5 March, 2017

'You become paranoid and think: ‘Are my team-mates talking about me?'' An Irishman Abroad This post contains videos

'You become paranoid and think: ‘Are my team-mates talking about me?''

Irish striker Cillian Sheridan reflects on his career so far and discusses the challenges of adapting to life as a footballer on the continent.

# an-irishman-abroad - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

Bleedin' Rapid! Kevin Doyle scored a crucial away goal for Colorado last night An Irishman Abroad This post contains videos

Bleedin' Rapid! Kevin Doyle scored a crucial away goal for Colorado last night

Rapids trail 2-1 after the first leg of the MLS Western Conference final.

# an-irishman-abroad - Wednesday 24 August, 2016

From TheJournal.ie "Of course I'm going to save my brother's life" - Irish comedian on donating his kidney Jarlath Regan

"Of course I'm going to save my brother's life" - Irish comedian on donating his kidney

“My brother rang me and said ‘Jar would you come over and test to see if you’re a match?’”

# an-irishman-abroad - Friday 19 August, 2016

From The Daily Edge "I've worked hard" - Miriam O'Callaghan doesn't care that you know how much she earns An Irishwoman Abroad

"I've worked hard" - Miriam O'Callaghan doesn't care that you know how much she earns

“Do I mind that it’s published? I don’t really to be honest.”

# an-irishman-abroad - Sunday 19 June, 2016

At least one Irish striker found the net yesterday, as Kevin Doyle helped Colorado to a big win An Irishman Abroad This post contains videos

# an-irishman-abroad - Wednesday 20 April, 2016

From The Daily Edge 8 essential episodes of An Irishman Abroad you need to listen to Ear Candy

8 essential episodes of An Irishman Abroad you need to listen to

Haven’t listened to An Irishman Abroad? You’re missing out.

# an-irishman-abroad - Monday 14 March, 2016

Jack Byrne shines yet again in Holland with another stunning long-range goal An Irishman Abroad This post contains videos

Jack Byrne shines yet again in Holland with another stunning long-range goal

The Ireland U21 international is really beginning to find his feet in the Eredivisie.

# an-irishman-abroad - Tuesday 3 November, 2015

‘There’s a lot of similarities between Munster and Toulon’ – Paulie looking forward to French journey

The former Ireland skipper is anxious but excited about his family’s big move.

# an-irishman-abroad - Tuesday 8 April, 2014

From The Daily Edge Aiden Gillen is OK with everyone calling him John Boy John Boy

Aiden Gillen is OK with everyone calling him John Boy

The actor revealed all in an interview for the podcast An Irishman Abroad.