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Graeme Souness On The Irish Players Who Left The Biggest Impression On Him

Graeme Souness has opened up on the Ireland players who left the biggest impression on him throughout his career in football.  Speaking ahead of the Premier League’s return this week, the former Liverpool captain singled out two former Irish international teammates as having left an impact on him. Souness also put John Giles, Irish footballing legend, in a bracket alongside …

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The Best Irish Wonderkids To Sign On FIFA 20 Career Mode

If you’re looking to add some long term quality to your FIFA 20 career mode team or even bring in a talented youngster on loan for the season, then we’ve got you covered. With a brilliant generation of Irish youngsters coming through the ranks at a host of Premier League teams, the Boys in Green are proving strong options for …

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Eoin Murchan – The Unlikely Legend

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September 14, 2019 Following a pulsating opening 35 minutes, Dublin and Kerry, at 0-10 apiece, look poised to repeat the drama of their drawn All-Ireland final just two weeks earlier.  Kerry had finished the half strong while all 10 of Dublin’s points came from open play. The tension was palpable and there was a feeling that this was to go …

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Lar Corbett On How Babs Keating Left Tipperary A “Broken Team”

Michael ‘Babs’ Keating was considered one of the greatest hurlers of his generation, winning two All-Ireland medals with Tipperary. He proved just as successful in his first stint at managing the Premier County, guiding them to All-Ireland glory in 1989 and ’91. However, his ‘second-coming’ as Tipperary boss produced no medals for the county who seemed to go from bad-to-worse. …

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A Look At How Four Provincial Irish Football Teams Would Line-Up

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With no inter-county football or provincial rugby on the horizon, we have decided to ignite some tribal rivalry that is so unique to Ireland now that football looks set to return. We have updated our four provincial Irish football teams with a lot of changes from our 2016 and 2017 editions but we have still managed to construct four sides.  Let’s …

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Five Best Players To Never Win The Champions League

Since the Champions League replaced the European Cup in the 1992/1993 season, some of the game’s greatest names have lifted the famous trophy. Helping your club reach the pinnacle of European football has been viewed by many as a hallmark of the game’s most iconic players, but there have been some superstars who have never achieved such success. Here we …

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“It Was A Horrible, Horrible Feeling” – John Hayes On Munster 2000 Heartbreak

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“Yeah…,” John Hayes replied with a weary sigh. A long pause follows before ‘The Bull’ begins his explanation as to what went wrong in south-west London, with the heartbreak of that day 20 years ago still very much inflicting pain despite the two decades which have passed since that groundbreaking 1999/2000 season. Today is the 20 year anniversary of Munster’s …

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Five Of The Biggest Hurling Controversies To Rock The GAA

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Cork great Seán Óg Ó hAilpín revisited one of the greatest sagas in hurling on The Sunday Game over the weekend by admitting his regrets over the Cork 2009 hurling strike.  This prompted us to take a trip down memory lane to relive some of the biggest hurling controversies to rock the world of GAA. Here are five of the …

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