Irish stars Keane, Hoolahan, Long and Brady hit up Temple Bar pub for a good old sing-song

We’ve seen worse boys bands.

Ireland boy band auld dub Brady, Long, Keane and Hoolahan. Source: Facebook/John JP Deery

AFTER MONDAY’S HEROICS at the Aviva Stadium, Ireland’s players have been taking part in some well-deserved celebrations around Dublin.

The team got together in Copper Face Jack’s hours after their 2-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina and, before flying back to their respective clubs yesterday, a quartet of Robbie Keane, Wes Hoolahan, Robbie Brady and Shane Long paid a visit to The Auld Dubliner in Temple Bar.

Kit man Dick Redmond, who has become famous for wearing a Superman costume in the dressing room the other night, was also present.

Robbie Keane Auld Dub Team kit man Dick Redmond joins in. Source: Facebook/John JP Deery

A pub known for its live traditional music (and pricey pints), the lads even got up to perform a couple of numbers.

Long Auld Dub Long on the mic. Source: Facebook/John JP Deery

With Long on guitar and Brady and Hoolahan supplying backing vocals, Ireland captain Keane belted out ‘If I Were a Marrying Man’, before Long took centre stage for a rendition of ‘Black Velvet Band’.

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