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#Republic Of Ireland

# republic-of-ireland - Yesterday’s News

No late moving of goalposts as Uefa confirm Slovakia as Ireland's play-off opponents

It was thought that the governing body might change their own rules to make it easier for Ireland to qualify for Euro 2020 as co-hosts, but that hasn’t happened.

# republic-of-ireland - Wednesday 20 November, 2019

Kevin De Bruyne labels Euro 2020 format a 'scandal'

Dutch boss Ronald Koeman says he is so perplexed that he might not bother showing up for the draw.

Here are the highlights of the Ireland U21 side's superb win against Sweden Fantastic Four This post contains videos

Here are the highlights of the Ireland U21 side's superb win against Sweden

Stephen Kenny’s youngsters came from behind in Tallaght to register another very impressive victory.

# republic-of-ireland - Tuesday 19 November, 2019

Nine-man Ireland see U19 Euro hopes dashed by Austria

Goals either side of half-time from Chelsea academy prospect Thierno Ballo and Chukwubuike Adamu were enough to down Tom Mohan’s side.

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.

# republic-of-ireland - Monday 18 November, 2019

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

'It could be the last big night for me, and I'm going to cherish and enjoy it as much as I can'

Glenn Whelan is aware tonight’s clash with Denmark is among the last of his big games in an Irish shirt.

# republic-of-ireland - Sunday 17 November, 2019

Captain Duffy eager to give Richard Keogh something to celebrate after latest Danish clash

The Brighton defender will lead Ireland out for the first time in tomorrow’s effective play-off at the Aviva Stadium.

McCarthy: 'I guess the only surprise to everyone tomorrow will be if we win'

The Irish manager may believe his side are being written off ahead of tomorrow’s Euro 2020 qualifier with Denmark, but he isn’t lacking in confidence.

# republic-of-ireland - Saturday 16 November, 2019

'If it was up to some lads I wouldn't kick a ball again, but they've no education in the game'

James McClean is at odds with his critics ahead of Ireland’s must-win Euro 2020 qualifier with Denmark.

# republic-of-ireland - Friday 15 November, 2019

The day Troy Parrott got his five-a-side team disqualified from a charity tournament…

The42 gets to the bottom of the eligibility fiasco which left Troy feeling sick as a Parrott in the summer of 2018.

# republic-of-ireland - Thursday 14 November, 2019

'Walking out in the green jersey in my home town of Dublin is the best feeling I’ve ever felt'

Troy Parrott and Mick McCarthy reflect on the 17-year-old’s senior Irish debut.

Parrott getting closer to moment of glory for Ireland as Brady reminds McCarthy of his set-piece prowess

Tonight’s friendly against New Zealand was an important opportunity for the two Dubliners.

Bright prospects and lesser lights impress as Ireland see off New Zealand in Aviva friendly

Derrick Williams, Sean Maguire and Calllum Robinson all netted their first Irish goals in a comeback win.

As it happened: Ireland v New Zealand, international friendly

Catch up on all the action as Mick McCarthy’s side defeated the All Whites.

Arsenal youngster sees red as Ireland U19s suffer late heartbreak

Switzerland came from behind to get the better of Tom Mohan’s side in this afternoon’s opening Euro qualifier.

Fringe players and prospects given chance to shine against NZ, but few spots against Denmark at stake

Mick McCarthy has already named his team for tonight’s friendly with New Zealand – just don’t expect many of them to be involved on Monday night.

# republic-of-ireland - Wednesday 13 November, 2019

Fringe players given chance as McCarthy takes surprise step of naming team to face New Zealand

As was expected, Troy Parrott will make his senior debut tomorrow night.

Troy Parrott and Jack Byrne to start for Ireland in friendly with New Zealand

The Spurs striker will become Ireland’s third-youngest senior international tomorrow night.

# republic-of-ireland - Tuesday 12 November, 2019

'It’s coming down to Monday, and I’ll do everything to get there'

Alan Judge has endured more bad luck than most, but is eager to play his part in Ireland’s push for Euro 2020.

'It kills me when I'm not involved' - Brady eager to make up for lost time in defining week

The Burnley midfielder is aiming to force his way back into the Irish line-up for Monday’s effective play-off with Denmark.

# republic-of-ireland - Monday 11 November, 2019

Mick McCarthy says VAR is 'ruining football as a spectacle'

The Irish manager gave his thoughts on the technology after David McGoldrick’s goal against Spurs was chalked off on Saturday.

McCarthy: Youngsters to get chance in New Zealand game that 'doesn't have same importance' as Danish clash

Jack Byrne, Troy Parrott, and Lee O’Connor are all likely to feature in Thursday’s friendly.

# republic-of-ireland - Sunday 10 November, 2019

Aaron Connolly emerges as injury doubt for upcoming Irish double-header

The Brighton striker was taken off at half-time against Manchester United earlier today.

# republic-of-ireland - Monday 28 October, 2019

Randolph hopeful of recovery while Parrott 'has real chance of starting' v New Zealand

Mick McCarthy has also played down worries over the fitness of Shane Duffy and Glenn Whelan, and said Troy Parrott has a ‘real chance’ of a senior debut next month.

# republic-of-ireland - Thursday 24 October, 2019

Ireland fall eight places in Fifa World Rankings

Belgium, world champions France, Brazil and England continue to occupy the top four positions.

# republic-of-ireland - Wednesday 23 October, 2019

McCarthy considering capping Troy Parrott in upcoming friendly with New Zealand

QPR’s Ryan Manning is also in contention for a first senior cap next month.

# republic-of-ireland - Wednesday 16 October, 2019

'We get written off a lot. The lads are used to it. We use it as motivation'

Goalkeeper Darren Randolph is defiant in the face of deepening doubts over Ireland’s Euro 2020 hopes.

# republic-of-ireland - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

'I don’t think that system caused us to have an inability to pass the ball to one another'

Mick McCarthy also admitted Aaron Connolly endured a tough night in Geneva.

McCarthy concedes Ireland were beaten by 'a considerably better team'

The Republic of Ireland manager saw his side go down 2-0 to Switzerland in Geneva this evening.

Ireland running out of Euro 2020 chances as they are outclassed in Swiss defeat

Seamus Coleman was sent off as Mick McCarthy’s side fell to a 2-0 loss in Geneva.

The Swiss goals that ended Ireland's unbeaten run in the Euro 2020 qualifiers Goals This post contains videos

The Swiss goals that ended Ireland's unbeaten run in the Euro 2020 qualifiers

Haris Seferovic and Edimilson Fernandes gave the home side a deserved victory this evening in Geneva.

As it happened: Switzerland v Ireland, Euro 2020 qualifiers

Mick McCarthy’s side faced Switzerland on Tuesday night in Euro 2020 qualification.

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