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Today’s News

Duffy: Ireland will qualify for Euros if they repeat Danish performance in March

The Brighton defender was remaining optimistic after last night’s setback.

Episode 10 of the Behind The Lines podcast - featuring David Goldblatt - is out now

The renowned author and journalist joins Gavin Cooney for an in-depth chat.

Recurring attacking problems expose Ireland's need to break from obsession with their past

The old ‘Put ‘Em Under Pressure’ couldn’t mask the fact that this is a side that can’t be relied upon to create goalscoring chances from open play against anyone.

Leinster look back to 'huge lesson' learned in Toulouse last season

The Top14 leaders look set to deliver a statement of intent in front of their home support.

'People will say there's positives to take from it but at the moment, we're all gutted'

Alan Browne reflected on a disappointing evening for the Irish team.

'He's brilliant' - Blade pushes Ireland claims as Boyle shines for Connacht

22-year-old Conor Fitzgerald is another youngster impressing for Andy Friend’s side.

Have Ireland blown their best chance of qualifying?

Plus, were there signs of progress despite the disappointing result?

The 4 teams Ireland could face in the Euro 2020 play-offs

Northern Ireland, Wales, Bosnia and Slovakia all may lie ahead.

Zebo set for 'special occasion' on return to Thomond Park to face Munster

The Racing 92 man is hopeful new Ireland boss Andy Farrell will call him up to the national squad.

Yesterday’s News

Age Hareide: 'We didn't play well and were lucky to get away with a draw'

The Danish boss was impressed by the Irish performance, but his side have moved onto Euro 2020 at their hosts’ expense.

McCarthy 'immensely proud' of Irish players on another nearly-night

The Irish manager stressed the positives as his side now head for the play-offs.

Switzerland qualify for Euros as winners in Ireland's group while Spain end campaign with 5-0 rout

Vladimir Petkovic’s side scored a 6-1 win over Gibraltar to claim top spot.

Azzurri complete stunning campaign with remarkable 9-1 rout of Armenia

Roberto Mancini’s Italy turned on the style in their final Group J game.

Plenty to admire in Ireland's effort but lack of quality in the box the killer again

David McGoldrick was unsurprisingly named man of the match but he failed to show a killer instinct in front of goal.

Another Danish draw not enough as Ireland consigned to Euro 2020 play-offs

Ireland didn’t want for effort, but they were ultimately not good enough to beat familiar opponents.

Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Denmark

Ireland’s hopes of automatic qualification ended on a disappointing night for Mick McCarthy’s men.

As it happened: Ireland v Denmark, Euro 2020 qualifier

Relive all the drama as Mick McCarthy’s charges played out a dramatic draw against the Danes.

'His running stats and his ability with high-speed running are always really exceptional'

Stephen Kenny has praised Zack Elbouzedi ahead of Ireland’s clash with Sweden at Tallaght Stadium tomorrow evening.

'For the two of us to pick up our first All-Stars on the same night was extra special'

Galway and Kilkerrin-Clonberne twins Louise and Nicola Ward are hoping for a week of firsts as they line out in the All-Ireland club final on Saturday.

Few surprises as McCarthy names Irish side to face Denmark

Alan Browne and Conor Hourihane both start as the manager makes three changes from the side that lost in Geneva.

'A pitch is a pitch at the end of the day' - No real complaints after late venue switch for All-Ireland club finals

Saturday’s senior and intermediate finals have been moved from Parnell Park.

Analysis: Aki and Copeland shine as gritty Connacht dig in for crucial turnovers

Andy Friend’s side made some vital breakdown steals in their victory over Montpellier.

Ireland U17s win again to finish first qualifying phase with 100% record

Colin O’Brien’s side put four goals past Israel this afternoon to secure another convincing win in Cork.

Airbnb signs 'landmark' €453m deal with the Olympics

IOC President Thomas Bach says the partnership will bring the Games into ‘the digital age’.

International Rules Series to be played in 2020 and 2022

The GAA has confirmed matches in Ireland and Australia.

Furlong and Doris among Leinster doubts ahead of trip to Top14 leaders Lyon

Sean Cronin will step up his training as he returns from neck injury.

'We have made mistakes': Saracens drop appeal, accept €6.4m fine and 35-point deduction

Defending Premiership champions must accept the penalties “with humility”, says chairman Nigel Wray.

Munster confirm Mathewson will leave province after Racing clash

The 33-year-old initially joined as short-term cover when Conor Murray was injured.

Everton had the chance to sign Robertson, Maguire and Haaland - Ex-director of football

Steve Walsh claims the Toffees turned down what could have been shrewd deals.

Parrott and Byrne in, Hogan and O'Dowda out - Ireland matchday squad confirmed for Denmark showdown

Mick McCarthy’s 23 for the crunch Euro 2020 qualifier at the Aviva Stadium tonight is in.

North London derby draws record crowd as Ireland captain helps Arsenal to victory

Niamh Fahey also played in front of a bumper attendance at Anfield.

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'There's nothing else to do in Kilcoo but play football. You go to Mass and have a few sheep, that's really it'

Kilcoo’s Man of the Match Aaron Branagan gave a memorable post-match interview yesterday.

Folau claims Australian bushfires are 'God's judgement' for gay marraige

The sacked Australia star has sparked outrage with his latest comments.

Hope rather than logic sustaining Ireland ahead of qualification finale with the Danes

There is little evidence that Ireland can pull off the win they need against Denmark tonight – but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.

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The New England Patriots clinched their 19th straight winning NFL season.

Joseph to take Japan to next Rugby World Cup, ruling out All Blacks role

The Kiwi led the Brave Blossoms to their first World Cup quarter-final last month.

'Where does he need to improve, where do you want me to start?' - Roy Keane slams 'sloppy' Rice

The former United star, who coached Rice with Ireland, said there was a long list of deficiencies in his game

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Elsewhere, the Kings snapped Boston Celtics’ 10-game winning streak.

Cullen wants squad to move past World Cup 'anti-climax' as Lyon lie in wait

Leinster were far from their best despite making a winning start to their Heineken Champions Cup campaign against Benetton on Saturday.

Kenny hopeful marathon travel doesn't hurt Irish U21s in crucial qualifier with Sweden

While his side play after a lengthy trip back from Armenia, opponents Sweden have had a free week in the build-up.

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