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How Sheffield United’s Irish Quartet Became Key To Premier League Return

On Sunday, Sheffield United’s promotion back to the Premier League was confirmed following Leeds United’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa. The result for third-placed Leeds as well as United’s victory over already-relegated Ipswich on Saturday meant that the Blades ensured their spot in the top flight for the first time since the 2006/2007 campaign. Chris Wilder’s men, in only their …

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The Non Top-Six Alternative Premier League Team Of The Year

This season, the PFA Team of the Year was unsurprisingly dominated by the Premier League’s top two with ten of the eleven selected playing for either Manchester City or Liverpool. The two sides have been in scintillating form this season and it’s difficult to argue with the inclusion of any of the players involved given their quality. Manchester United’s Paul …

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The Irish Team Of The Year From Across The English Leagues

Over the past week the Teams of the Year in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two were announced, with five Irish players included across four divisions. Middlesbrough’s Darren Randolph was included in goal in the Championship’s best XI, Luton’s James Collins and Sunderland’s Aiden McGeady were in the third tier equivalent while Bury pair Joe Murphy and …

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The Main Talking Points Ahead Of Tonight’s Crucial Dublin Derby

Shamrock Rovers host rivals Bohemians tonight in one of the most highly anticipated Dublin derbies in recent memory. The pair currently sit first and second in the Airtricity League Premier Division with Rovers looking to clinch their ninth win on the spin at Tallaght Stadium tonight. Bohemians have already defeated the Hoops this campaign and have had their number over …

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Here’s The Champions Cup Team Of The Weekend As Voted By You

Champions Cup Team Of The Weekend

Earlier this afternoon we asked you to vote on your best XV from the two semi-finals of the Heineken Champions Cup which took place at the weekend.  There was some obvious decisions and some very tight calls and unsurprisingly, Saracens and Leinster dominate the team with these two sides set to meet in the final on Saturday, May 11. Champions …

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In Or Out: Assessing Manchester United’s Player Pool As Change Needed

If Manchester United’s season has taught us anything it’s that wholesale changes are required under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford. Under Jose Mourinho, some of the squad struggled and despite the initial boost that Solskjaer’s appointment brought with it, they are falling victim to the same pitfalls that plagued them at the beginning of the campaign. It has become …

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