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Should Martin O'Neill's Ireland squad be given an official homecoming in Dublin?

The team arrive home this afternoon.

Image: Chris Radburn

MARTIN O’NEILL AND his Ireland will arrive home to Dublin this afternoon after their Euro 2016 journey came to an end yesterday afternoon.

Large crowds of family, friends and supporters are expected to greet the Boys in Green after they reached the knockout stages of the competition for the first time.

There have also been calls for the team to be given a civic reception in the capital, with an official homecoming planned for Northern Ireland at Belfast’s Titanic Quarter later.

But should Dublin City Council hold a civic reception for the squad on the back of their campaign or is it going a step too far after reaching the round of 16?

Should Ireland be given an official homecoming?


Poll Results:

No, lets not get carried away (4327)
Yes, they deserve a heroes' welcome (2873)


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