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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 26 October, 2016


# coybig - Monday 24 October, 2016

Republic of Telly examines how Ireland fans have struggled to deal with life post-Euro 2016 Comedy Sketch This post contains videos

Republic of Telly examines how Ireland fans have struggled to deal with life post-Euro 2016

Charlie Bird reports on the issues facing the Green Army as they come down from the highs of France.

# coybig - Friday 21 October, 2016

Ireland set to play Euro 2016 surprise package Iceland in Dublin

The friendly will take place four days after a massive World Cup qualifier against Wales.

# coybig - Wednesday 19 October, 2016

Don't panic - Robbie Brady was back in action for Norwich last night

Newcastle move top of the Championship table as Norwich held at Craven Cottage.

# coybig - Sunday 9 October, 2016

Matchwinner McClean admits he was having a 'stinker' before quickfire double

The West Brom winger popped up to send Ireland joint-top of Group D.

# coybig - Saturday 8 October, 2016

What team should Ireland start against Moldova?

Martin O’Neill has to cope with a number of absentees for tomorrow’s World Cup qualifier.

# coybig - Friday 7 October, 2016

Robbie Brady released from Ireland squad - but there's good news on Shane Long

Long expected to train on Saturday as Ireland set off for Moldova.

A win is a win - but the stats from last night show Ireland were lucky to get all three points

A Séamus Coleman goal was the difference between the two sides.

# coybig - Thursday 6 October, 2016

'We were poor and the manager gave us a rollicking at half-time' - Coleman

Ireland’s skipper was chuffed to score his first goal in a green shirt but admitted their performance left a lot to be desired.

# coybig - Wednesday 5 October, 2016

Duffy relied on 'family and good people' to get him through 'difficult' period

The Ireland defender says his move to Brighton has give him ‘a new lease of life’.

# coybig - Tuesday 4 October, 2016

Harry Arter set to miss Georgia game but Ireland fans needn't worry about his commitment

Fellow midfielder James McCarthy is hoping to be fit in time for Thursday’s qualifier according to Roy Keane, however.

Keane: Money will bring greed but football is still the greatest game on the planet

Ireland’s assistant boss says there is a lot of great work being done behind the scenes at clubs.

'If they've got 10 minutes spare I’d probably pick the whole lot of them!' - O'Neill praises Dundalk

The Ireland boss described the Lilywhites’ Europa League win over Maccabi Tel Aviv as the ‘best ever.”

# coybig - Monday 3 October, 2016

Uncapped pair called up as Ireland hit with a string of injuries ahead of World Cup qualifier

With several players unavailable, Manchester City goalkeeper Ian Lawlor and Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney have been added for Thursday’s clash with Georgia.

# coybig - Thursday 29 September, 2016

Everton boss unhappy with McCarthy's Ireland call-up, asks for player to be 'protected'

The Toffees midfielder has been included in Martin O’Neill’s squad despite the fact that he hasn’t recovered from groin surgery.

# coybig - Wednesday 28 September, 2016

'The door is open for him, and if he wants to play for us then great but if not we move on'

Kevin Kilbane believes Ireland shouldn’t wait around on Brentford striker Scott Hogan.

# coybig - Friday 23 September, 2016

We'll Leave It There So: Fresh faces in Irish squad, O'Neill's new contract and today's sport

Elsewhere, Burnley striker Andre Gray has been slapped with a four-game ban for homophobic tweets he posted in 2012.

'I’m really chuffed, I didn’t expect it at all' - Ireland's new goalkeeper is eager to impress

Danny Rogers and Conor Hourihane are the two new faces in Ireland’s 33-man squad.

'He has a number of options' - Ireland have made contact with in-form striker Hogan

Martin O’Neill revealed that he has met with the player’s agent about the possibility of declaring for the Boys in Green.

3 months after it was 'agreed', Martin O'Neill has finally signed his new Ireland contract

Roy Keane and the rest of the backroom staff have also agreed to extend their stay.

Conor Hourihane gets first senior Ireland call - but no place for Dundalk's Horgan

Martin O’Neill names 33-man squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers.

Will O'Neill embrace the chance to freshen the squad and other Ireland talking points Road To Russia This post contains videos

Will O'Neill embrace the chance to freshen the squad and other Ireland talking points

Ireland manager Martin O’Neill names his squad for next month’s World Cup double-header, later today.

# coybig - Thursday 22 September, 2016

Championship's joint-top scorer Hogan plays down Ireland call-up

The Brentford striker has been on fire since returning from two serious injuries.

# coybig - Tuesday 20 September, 2016

There was plenty of Irish interest in the League Cup but still no sign of injured Richie Towell

Daryl Murphy was handed a Newcastle debut by Rafa Benitez.

# coybig - Friday 16 September, 2016

What does a player like Daryl Horgan have to do to get an Ireland call-up?

Dundalk’s European heroes have shown that they can handle themselves against top-class opponents, writes John O’Sullivan.

# coybig - Thursday 15 September, 2016

Burnley paid a lot for Jeff Hendrick - but that doesn't guarantee he'll play

Ireland international could be set for his first start against champions Leicester.

Irish fans to be awarded by Uefa for their 'outstanding contribution' to Euro 2016

Supporters of Northern Ireland, Wales and Iceland will also be honoured.

No change for Ireland in Fifa rankings as Wales break into top 10 while Spain and Italy drop out

It’s 31st again for Martin O’Neill’s side.

# coybig - Monday 12 September, 2016

Good news on Robbie Brady's injury ahead of Ireland's World Cup qualifiers next month

Brady suffered a quad injury while playing for Norwich City on Saturday.

# coybig - Friday 9 September, 2016

'I've still got the Irish shirt and tracksuit - I'll treasure the experience for the rest of my life'

Jon Macken only made one Irish appearance – in 2004 – the same year he scored in a Manchester derby against the team where it all began.

# coybig - Thursday 8 September, 2016

James McCarthy a doubt for Irish qualifiers next month after Ronald Koeman confirms surgery

Martin O’Neill’s side face Georgia and Moldova early next month.

'Martin O'Neill is a genius - I have that opinion of the man. He's incredible.'

John Hartson on Martin O’Neill and the influence of Brian Clough on his management style.

'If someone says he shouldn't be starting because of that, f**king hell'

Shane Duffy is Ireland’s future defensive leader, according to Kenny Cunningham.

# coybig - Wednesday 7 September, 2016

'Everyone looks at the Euros with rose-tinted glasses...but it wasn't that good'

Richard Dunne believes criticism of the Irish performance in Belgrade stems from the feel-good summer adventure.

# coybig - Tuesday 6 September, 2016

Happy Richard Dunne Day! It's 5 years since one of Irish football's greatest performances The Iron Curtain This post contains videos

# coybig - Monday 5 September, 2016

WATCH: Early Jeff Hendrick effort has Ireland leading Serbia

They’re no great shakes, lads.

As it happened: Serbia v Ireland, World Cup qualifier

The road to Russia went through Belgrade tonight.

Ireland's World Cup qualifier gets the green light despite heavy rain in Belgrade

A pitch inspection took place at the Red Star Stadium this evening and the surface has been deemed playable.

Should Coleman be captain and key questions ahead of Ireland's World Cup qualifier

The Boys in Green are in Belgrade to take on Serbia tonight.

Letter from Belgrade: Graffiti on the walls but atmosphere may not be so hostile for Ireland

The Red Star Stadium has been an intimidating place to visit over the years, but the Serbian national team is going through a difficult period at the moment.

# coybig - Friday 2 September, 2016

'Jeff can be anything. He's got a hell of a career ahead of him'

Burnley’s new record signing is set to play a major role in Ireland’s challenge for a place at the 2018 World Cup, says Niall Quinn.

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