# Peterborough United

Last year
# like a fine wine
Veteran Irish goalkeeper makes debut as QPR's Premier League dream dented
37-year-old Keiren Westwood only signed for the club this week.
# Ready to go
Zinchenko to play for Man City despite Ukraine invasion
The 25-year-old sent a since-deleted social media message that was fiercely critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
# standing out
Aleksandar Mitrovic makes history in the Championship
The Serbian star became the first player to score 32 goals in the division.
# London Recalling
Ireland U21 captain recalled from Championship loan by West Ham
Conor Coventry made 12 appearances during his time on the books at Peterborough United.
All time
# Pick That Out
Ireland midfielder Jack Taylor nominated for Championship Goal of the Month
The Peterborough United player has been nominated for his long-range strike in a 2-1 win away to Hull City.
# Wrap
Mitrovic treble helps Fulham up to third as Bournemouth miss chance to go top of Championship
Elsewhere, a rare Craig Forsyth goal earned Derby a vital 1-0 home win against Reading.
# Posh boy
Ireland U21 captain to get Championship experience as West Ham agree loan
Promising midfielder Conor Coventry has joined Peterborough United for the rest of the season.
# Wrap
Norwich restore lead at top of Championship as Sunderland continue push for promotion in League One
The Canaries sit 10 points clear at the top of the table.
# Dedication
'I was considered not to be Irish... I could have buckled at any stage and drank'
John O’Flynn reflects on his career with Cork City, Peterborough United, Limerick and others.
# Upset
Newcastle held by League One side Rochdale, Hendrick on target for Burnley
Steve Bruce’s team had to settle for a draw after 40-year-old Aaron Wilbraham equalised in the 79th minute.
# Academic
Ireland's latest call-up O'Malley skips exams to link up with senior squad
The former St Patrick’s Athletic goalkeeper is studying to be a financial analyst, having earned a degree at Maynooth University.
# Moving On
Irish midfielder Forrester placed on transfer list by his League One club
Peterborough boss Steve Evans has put 13 players on the transfer list.
# The Posh
Irish owner sells half his stake in League One club to Canadian investors
Darragh MacAnthony has been owner at Peterborough since 2006.
# Commitment
Peterborough defender Steven Taylor resorts to sweeping snow off the pitch mid-game
It was well worth the effort in the end as the Posh claimed a 2-1 win.
# Posh
The country's 'best young goalkeeper' Conor O'Malley makes UK move
The League One club is owned by Darragh MacAnthony and counts Chris Forrester as one of their standout players.
# Report
John Terry sent off on return as Chelsea progress in FA Cup
Willian, Michy Batshuayi and a brace from Pedro ensured an easy win for the Londoners.
# big occasion
Former League of Ireland star Chris Forrester captains his side against Chelsea today
The 24-year-old midfielder has become an integral part of the Peterborough team.
# Big stage
Ireland's Chris Forrester can look forward to glamour FA Cup tie with Chelsea next month
The 24-year-old Dubliner impressed in last season’s tournament and will be hoping for more of the same at Stamford Bridge.
# Clashing
Why football teams should never wear the same colours as the stewards
Peterborough United’s luminous change strip resembles the high-visibility jackets worn by stadium staff.
# Ex-pats
Ex-LOI star Chris Forrester still has a knack for scoring special goals in England
The Peterborough United captain has found the back of the net this afternoon.
# Happy Days
A good week for Irish youngster Chris Forrester just got even better
The former St Pat’s player has signed a new long-term contract with Peterborough.
# Captain Fantastic
After a superb debut season in England, there's more good news for Chris Forrester
The 23-year-old Dubliner has been named as Peterborough’s new skipper.
# Handbags
Chris Forrester shown red card after clash with former Ireland U21 midfielder
The ex-St Patrick’s Athletic midfielder picked up two yellow cards in 20 seconds at the end of the first half last night.
# High hopes
'I think he's destined to play at a higher level' - Kilbane backs Forrester to make step up
The former Ireland international-turned-pundit says the midfielder will go far if he keeps doing what he’s doing.
The Peterborough boss deserves an Oscar for his touchline acting
Graham Westley provided a bit of light entertainment at The Hawthorns yesterday.
# Irish Eye
Forrester ready to test himself against Premier League opposition after bright start to life in England
The former St Patrick’s Athletic midfielder is likely to be involved in Peterborough’s FA Cup tie against West Brom this afternoon.
# The boy's done good
Peterborough chairman labels 'priceless' Forrester the best player he's ever signed
The former St Patrick’s Athletic star has impressed since moving to England.
# Thanks but no thanks
Peterborough not willing to 'take a risk' on League of Ireland star
Former Sunderland forward Patrick McEleney has seen his proposed move to the League One club fall through.
# Potential
Another League of Ireland player could be about to make the move to England
Peterborough could be about to sign the starlet, whose asking price is understood to be £150,000.
# Believe in Carrick
'There's so much Carrick in him it's scary' - Ex-Pat's man Forrester drawing high praise
His manager is very impressed with him.
# promise
One of Ireland's brightest prospects scored his first goal in English football on Saturday
The former St Pat’s player has got off the mark in League One.
# Early Days
One of Irish football's brightest prospects made his debut cross-channel last night
The Dubliner only completed his move to the League One side on Saturday.
# Posh Deal
One of Ireland's brightest young talents completes move across the water
Chris Forrester is on his way to Peterborough.
# The Posh
One of the League of Ireland's finest footballers is in talks with an English club
St Patrick’s Athletic star Chris Forrester is negotiating personal terms with Peterborough United after the clubs agreed an undisclosed fee.
# Anger
Peterborough's Irish chairman unlikely to endear himself to players after Twitter tirade
The club have now lost four of their last five matches, and are five points off the playoff places.
# surreal
The Barnsley keeper dribbled the ball in his box unchallenged for 2 minutes today
Themselves and Huddersfield knew they were safe.