# Eamon Dunphy

Last year
Dunphy: 'More than any other single individual, Pele made football 'the beautiful game''
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes Pele’s influence in the world game will be everlasting.
All time
# a saga retold
The Premier League club Ireland might have had: an oral history of the Dublin Dons
More than 25 years ago, an Irish consortium led by Eamon Dunphy tried to buy Wimbledon FC and move it to Dublin. Some of the key players recall the story, and wonder what Irish football might look like now had it happened.
'Nowadays, footballers stop being normal people from the age of 11 or 12'
Author Simon Kuper is our guest on this week’s episode of Behind the Lines.
# i'll tell you who wrote it
Years of Lead: the story of Eamon Dunphy and Liam Brady’s fractious decade
Kevin Brannigan excavates the writing of one of Ireland’s favourite pundits on another.
# Analysis
How Ireland learned to stop worrying and love Jack Charlton
A look back at the troubled early days and the scepticism that greeted the Irish manager’s appointment.
# Star Sides
Dunphy, Giles and Brady reveal their best Premier League team selections
The punditry trio debated their picks on the latest episode of Dunphy’s podcast The Stand.
# Setback
How the 'lowest moment' of his life shaped a future Ireland manager
Killian Brennan and Billy Dennehy recall playing under Stephen Kenny during a turbulent spell at Shamrock Rovers.
# Artane
'Remember, these names, they were all real people': Vigil marks 39 years since the Stardust disaster
A permanent plaque listing all 48 names was unveiled.
# Political Football
Showbiz, Baby! Bertie, Eamon Dunphy and a Celtic Tiger pop culture low-point
In September 2001, the then-leader of the country appeared as a guest pundit on RTE show The Premiership.
# hold it there colette
'The band is back' - Dunphy, Giles and Brady set for TV reunion
The trio will be part of Premier Sports’ soccer coverage over the Christmas period.
# Hindsight
Stephen Kenny: 'Rice and Grealish should still be playing for Ireland'
The former Dundalk manager was speaking on Eamon Dunphy’s The Stand podcast.
# Reaction
Roy Keane, Jack Charlton and Eamon Dunphy feature in our World Cup '94 newspaper review
A look back at how Ireland were covered before, during and after the competition.
# the big debate
Eamon Dunphy, former Rose of Tralee and UKIP's Welsh leader set to feature in first European TV debate
The first proper debate takes place on Virgin Media One tomorrow night.
# Unimpressed
'He made a bit of an eejit of himself' - Dunphy criticises Sadlier and tennis ball protest
The ex-Ireland international said his former RTÉ colleague was “trying to make a name for himself”.
# leaving neverland
'Deeply suspicious': Sam Smyth and Eamon Dunphy wrote concerned letter to Jackson accuser in 1988
Smyth recalled covering the singer’s visit to Cork as part of the ‘Bad’ tour.
# showbiz
'I was so f*****g insensitive... I thought, 'Jesus... I shouldn’t be doing that''
In an exclusive long-form interview, Eamon Dunphy talks to The42 about RTÉ, criticism, regrets, legacy, and Glenn Whelan.
# Robbie v Eamo
Keane doesn't want to be 'one of these players who becomes fat, drinking and playing golf all the time'
The Republic of Ireland’s new coach believes he still has a lot to offer in the game.
# Support
'John Delaney rang me for a bit of advice'
Ireland and Leeds legend John Giles gave advice to the FAI CEO and Stephen Kenny prior to the announcement of the new Boys in Green boss.
# ask me anything baby
Quiz: How well do you know Eamon Dunphy?
After 40 years with RTÉ, Dunphy has left the broadcaster.
# Opinion
Irish football’s love-hate relationship with Eamon Dunphy highlights a deeper generational divide
The veteran pundit announced his departure from RTÉ during the week.
# this guy
Spoofers, jumping the fence and this fella Ronaldo: The fire of Eamon Dunphy's analysis
Football punditry on RTÉ will be a far less entertaining prospect from here on in.
# Hes gone
13 of the best reactions to Eamon Dunphy leaving RTÉ
Insert your own ‘he’s leaving RTÉ for a young one’ joke here.
Eamon Dunphy is leaving RTÉ
After 40 years with RTÉ, Dunphy intends to focus on his podcast, ‘The Stand’.
# eamo
11 tweets that show how conflicted we are as a nation about Eamon Dunphy
He can be a bit of a spoofer in fairness now.
# scathing
Dunphy: 'I don’t know how Roy Keane can go on television and open his mouth'
The RTÉ pundit claims the Ireland assistant boss has become a ‘caricature’, while branding his team ‘the most backward football nation in the world right now’.
# Punditry
'YouTube what Eamon has got away with over the years - that's why people love watching him'
Damien Duff and others on what differentiates the RTÉ panel from their competitors.
# Row
'You're a f***ing b****cks, Eamon' - John Waters storms off Dunphy's podcast
The interview lasted just 13 minutes.
# No Chance
Dunphy: Real Madrid will win the Champions League 'no matter what Liverpool do'
Both Liverpool and Real Madrid are battling to get into the Champions League final.
# Advice
'Declan Rice should get off Twitter...the kid should keep quiet and get on with his work' - Dunphy
Eamon Dunphy was critical of Rice’s decision to acknowledge his error on social media.
# admittance
Eamon Dunphy says he was 'completely wrong' about Ronaldo
The former Irish international was a vocal critic of the star in the past.
# His biggest fan
Dunphy: 'Players like Wes have gone out of fashion, unless you’re Lionel Messi'
The 35-year-old has today called time on his international career.
'Some of the Irish team were spat on as they made their way to the team bus'
In an extract from his book, Eoin Hand recalls the difficult end to his reign as Ireland manager.
It's about the journey* - 10 best bits from Ireland's World Cup qualifying campaign
*Not the destination, right?
# not a fan
'I'd say he's a smashing lad to go out with, but does he win matches?'
Eamon Dunphy isn’t a Paul Pogba fan anyway.
# saying sorry
RTÉ apologises following Eamon Dunphy and Joe Brolly's criticism of Barry McGuigan
Des Cahill acknowledged a lot of people were unhappy with an episode of Ireland’s Greatest Sporting Moment that aired two weeks ago.
# dynamic duo
Dunphy proposes Dundalk boss Kenny for the Ireland job and Kerr's return
The RTÉ pundit would like to see Martin O’Neill replaced with the Lilywhites manager.
# Your shout
'Is he still a good manager?' - Should Martin O'Neill stay on for two more years?
Eamon Dunphy claims that the evidence is there to show that the Ireland boss is no longer a good manager, but what do you think?
O’Neill executes with a game plan - Hoolahan could be the missing piece of the puzzle
Ireland need to take the game to Denmark on Tuesday and a rested Wes Hoolahan could be the man to unlock an untested defence.
# Unimpressed
'It takes courage to get on the ball and play the way Hoolahan plays'
The RTÉ panel were critical of Ireland’s performance in Copenhagen on Saturday night.
# Justice
'I was misled': Eamon Dunphy defends visiting Tom Humphries in psychiatric hospital
Dunphy’s comments on the Tonight Show last night sparked criticism, as he said Humphries was given “just about the right sentence”.