Soccer - Today’s News
O'Neill hints at handing debuts to uncapped quartet as Brady named stand-in captain for Iceland friendly
Daryl Horgan, Conor Hourihane, John Egan and Andy Boyle could all make their international bows at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow night.
The Germans leaked their first goal since July, but they still extended their perfect record in Russia 2018 qualifiers.
Danny Blind was dismissed from his role after overseeing a morale-sapping 2-0 loss to Bulgaria on Saturday.
The veteran striker put Gareth Southgate’s side on the road to victory and was happy to be playing international football again
“Am I ready? I don’t know and nobody knows, but I also need to learn my job.”
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Jamie Ward and Conor Washington got the goals in Windsor Park this evening.
Fred Grim will take charge of the team for Tuesday’s friendly against Italy.
Keith Fahey on feeling homesick in England, thriving at St Pat’s and life with Giovanni Trapattoni’s Irish side.
Defoe and Vardy get the goals in Wembley snoozefest.
The Louth native was superb in City’s 2-1 win over Dundalk.
“It will obviously take some time but Seamus has got great determination,” the Ireland boss said.
The Dutch side were abject in their loss to Bulgaria their star man was scathing, though he refused to single out debutant Matthijs de Ligt.
The tackle on Seamus Coleman was naturally the main talking point.
The former Longford Town player was forced to retire at 27 due to a heart problem.
Stephen Kenny felt that his side were worthy of at least a point against Cork City yesterday at Turner’s Cross.
At the halfway point the Boys in Green find themselves joint-top of Group D.
Nottingham Forest’s Irish goalkeeper Stephen Henderson on setbacks, social media and settling down.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Manager Chris Coleman defended the Real Madrid star’s challenge.
‘Liverpool Legends’ team beat their Real Madrid counterparts 4-3 in a charity match today.
Ollie Horgan’s side won for the second time this season thanks to a late goal from Ciaran O’Connor.
An early goal from Paul O’Conor was enough to secure all three points for the visitors.
Mark O’Sullivan scored twice as Waterford got the better of Wexford in the south-east derby.
After a difficult start to the season, it’s now four games without defeat for the Gypsies.
An early Gary Shaw strike was cancelled out by a thunderous Kurtis Byrne volley before Josh O’Hanlon’s glancing header
The Aston Villa defender was himself sidelined for eight months after breaking his ankle in 2012.
The champions took on the pace-setters this afternoon in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
It was a fantastic afternoon of football in the sun.
They were beaten 3-0 by Sweden earlier today, but have a huge fixture on Tuesday.
The Ireland captain is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
The only goal of the game in Tallaght Stadium was a scrappy finish by Olamide Shodipo.
Martin O’Neill was content with a draw in Dublin last night.
The suggestion was made that some bad challenges by Irish players in the first half provoked worse tackles from Wales.
Former Ireland U19 midfielder Jimmy Keohane is keen on League of Ireland success after five years in the UK.
5 talking points from Friday’s controversy-filled World Cup qualifier between Ireland and Wales.
‘Every country in the world is doing it’ – King defends lack of homegrown players in Ireland U21 squad
The manager has played down criticism after just five Republic of Ireland-born players featured in his latest selection.
The Wales manager insisted red carded Neil Taylor is “not that type of player”.
'I think Taylor was in tears afterwards. He knows the pain Seamus was in because he's been there before'
Ireland striker Shane Long doesn’t believe there was any malice in the Welsh defender’s tackle.
Soccer - Friday 24 March, 2017
Marcel Koller’s side come to Dublin in June.