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# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Yesterday’s News

Is it time for Irish football to invite Brian Kerr in from the cold? Absent Friend This post contains videos

Is it time for Irish football to invite Brian Kerr in from the cold?

There have been calls for the FAI to use the former manager’s expertise, more than 10 years after he parted ways with the association.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Saturday 18 November, 2017

Analysis: Ireland's poor preparation and tactics costs them against Denmark Woe This post contains videos

Analysis: Ireland's poor preparation and tactics costs them against Denmark

The Boys in Green’s World Cup dream died in humiliating fashion at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Friday 17 November, 2017

Ireland dealt huge blow as Man City defender Campbell ruptures knee ligaments

The full-back requires surgery after picking up the injury in the Women’s Champions League last night.

The 21-player Ireland squad that will face the reigning European champions

Amanda Budden is one of the players included to take on the Netherlands, after missing the Slovakia trip due to college commitments.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Wednesday 15 November, 2017

After World Cup failure, what's next for Ireland?

It is more than a year until the Boys in Green’s next qualifier for a major tournament.

5 young Irish players that deserve a chance now that the World Cup dream is over

Declan Rice and others who may be given an opportunity to impress in the coming months.

Ireland could be part of 2018 event with World Cup absentees - reports

The US Soccer Federation officials are looking into hosting matches next year.

'Bang out of order' - McClean blasts critics for 'sticking the boot in' when they're down

The Ireland winger is certain they can bounce back from last night’s drubbing by Denmark.

Last night's debacle is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Irish football's problems Opinion This post contains videos

Last night's debacle is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Irish football's problems

The Boys in Green suffered an embarrassing 5-1 World Cup play-off loss to Denmark at the Aviva Stadium.

'I'll speak to John Delaney in the next couple of weeks' - O'Neill to have 'a real think' about his future Gutted This post contains videos

'I'll speak to John Delaney in the next couple of weeks' - O'Neill to have 'a real think' about his future

The Ireland boss accepts that his side were well-beaten by Denmark in their World Cup play-off second leg.

7 Irish players facing uncertain futures after World Cup play-off exit

Tuesday night could spell the end for a number of veteran footballers’ international careers.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Tuesday 14 November, 2017

Ireland's system horribly exposed and the talking points from tonight's play-off defeat

Christian Eriksen proved his worth, while Martin O’Neill’s future in the job has come into question.

'Let me finish' - Martin O'Neill involved in another tense post-match interview on RTÉ Frustration This post contains videos

'Let me finish' - Martin O'Neill involved in another tense post-match interview on RTÉ

The Ireland boss was unsurprisingly not in the best of moods after his team were beaten 5-1.

This emotional James McClean post-match interview is hard to watch Distraught This post contains videos

This emotional James McClean post-match interview is hard to watch

The West Brom winger suggested the occasion may have got to some players.

Here's how we think the Boys in Green rated in their World Cup play-off

Ireland’s hopes of reaching the finals in Russia were ended tonight.

As it happened: Ireland v Denmark, World Cup qualification play-off

Ireland faced Denmark, with the winner set to earn a spot in Russia next summer.

Poll: One last hurdle - how do you think tonight's World Cup play-off will go? Crystal Ball Gazing This post contains a poll

Poll: One last hurdle - how do you think tonight's World Cup play-off will go?

Ireland’s campaign started over 14 months ago and draws to a close tonight.

'This is stuff you dream of as a kid. Everybody wants to play at a World Cup and we're 90 minutes away'

The returning David Meyler is itching to get back into the Ireland team after missing the first leg against Denmark.

Can Ireland silence Danish critics and more talking points

We preview tonight’s crucial World Cup qualification play-off at the Aviva Stadium.

Everton starlet aiming to help Ireland's youngsters maintain unbeaten run Preview This post contains videos

Everton starlet aiming to help Ireland's youngsters maintain unbeaten run

Harry Charsley is likely to feature as Noel King’s side face Norway later today.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Monday 13 November, 2017

'He doesn't know the players' - Denmark hit back at David Meyler comments

The Hull midfielder claimed the Boys in Green have more heart and desire than their rivals.

Do you agree with our Ireland starting XI to face Denmark?

Martin O’Neill has some difficult calls to make ahead of Tuesday night’s World Cup play-off at the Aviva.

'Ireland just want us to make a mistake... I haven't got the patience to play like that'

Denmark boss Age Hareide expects his side to be dominant again in Dublin tomorrow night.

Ireland all set for the very real prospect of penalty shootout drama tomorrow night

If no goals are scored in 120 minutes at the Aviva Stadium, the World Cup play-off will be decided by spot kicks.

'It puts things into perspective' - O'Neill lends support to his former Celtic player Miller

The pair worked together at the Glasgow giants, and news has emerged that the 36-year-old is battling cancer.

Former Irish international Liam Miller receiving treatment for cancer

The ex-Celtic and Cork City player is 36.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Sunday 12 November, 2017

The Irishman who was 'better than George Best' and other little-known stories Green Shoots This post contains videos

The Irishman who was 'better than George Best' and other little-known stories

Author and journalist Michael Walker chats to The42 about some of the game’s pioneers.

He's admitted he can't buy a goal right now, but Shane Long needs to start for Ireland

Tuesday’s second leg against Denmark would be the ideal place to break his duck.

After years in the footballing wilderness, Ireland's hero last night is finally getting due recognition Profile This post contains videos

After years in the footballing wilderness, Ireland's hero last night is finally getting due recognition

Darren Randolph was deservedly named man of the match in Copenhagen.

Bendtner: Maybe we thought Ireland would attack more instead of just kicking the ball away

The ex-Arsenal striker says Denmark now have the advantage ahead of the second leg in Dublin.

'If we can keep Denmark out on their home patch, we can do it on ours' - Duffy

Ireland’s centre-half is confident of another cleen sheet in Tuesday’s World Cup play-off second

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Saturday 11 November, 2017

'The onus is on the home side to try to break the team down. We've set out with a gameplan'

Martin O’Neill said he was “very pleased” with the Irish players’ effort this evening.

Ireland's World Cup play-off on a knife edge after draw away to Denmark

Martin O’Neill’s men held the home side to a 0-0 stalemate at Parken Stadium tonight.

As it happened: Ireland v Denmark, World Cup qualification play-off first leg

Ireland took on Denmark, with a spot in Russia 2018 up for grabs.

Callum O'Dowda named in Ireland team to face Denmark in tonight's World Cup play-off

The Boys in Green are away in Copenhagen for the first leg.

Letter from Copenhagen: After a 15-year wait, Ireland's time for World Cup return beckons

Ben Blake is in the Danish capital, where travelling fans are on the hunt for tickets and paying over-the-odds for pints.

Martin O'Neill on the cusp of becoming Ireland's most successful manager since Jack Charlton

The upcoming games with Denmark will have a huge impact on the manager’s legacy.

Poll: How do you think Ireland's World Cup play-off against Denmark will go tonight? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: How do you think Ireland's World Cup play-off against Denmark will go tonight?

The first leg kicks off at 7.45pm tonight.

# republic-of-ireland-soccer-soccer - Friday 10 November, 2017

How will Denmark set up against Ireland in tomorrow's World Cup play-off?

The home side have got plenty of experience throughout the team.

Two years on from the goal that nobody saw, Brady is hoping for another big night in Copenhagen

The Dubliner has come up with a couple of massive moments for Ireland in recent years.

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