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Wes Hoolahan To Train With Cambridge United Ahead Of New Season

Former Irish international Wes Hoolahan will be joining League Two Cambridge United to train with the first team squad during the opening weeks of pre-season. Hoolahan spent last season at Championship club West Brom but didn’t see much first-team action at the Hawthorns starting just four games throughout the year. The 37-year old however could see more regular football at …

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FAI Board Member John Earley Resigns “With Immediate Effect”


John Earley has resigned from the Football Association of Ireland’s board with “immediate effect.” Irish football’s governing body made the announcement on Wednesday evening. Earley is the third board member to step away from the FAI since March. The Tipperary native has been on the board since 2015 and was the chair of the underage committee. According to the association, …

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Keane “Guarantees” Luca Connell Won’t Become Another Declan Rice

Ireland assistant manager Robbie Keane has insisted that talented midfielder Luca Connell will not become another Declan Rice despite reported interest from England in persuading him to play for the Three Lions. Connell has represented Ireland since U17 level and was recently called into the senior squad by Mick McCarthy for the qualifiers against Denmark and Gibraltar but was forced …

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Five Irish U21 Stars Who Could Step Up To McCarthy’s Senior Squad

On Saturday, Ireland’s U21s suffered a heartbreaking penalty shootout defeat to Mexico in the third/fourth-placed playoff at the Toulon Tournament. Stephen Kenny’s men impressed throughout the prestigious competition with a fourth-place finish their best performance ever in Toulon. Victories over China and Bahrain and two draws with a strong Mexican side earned the 21s deserved plaudits with the future looking …

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“Why Should We Go And Chase People? We Are F***ing Ireland”

Ireland assistant manager Robbie Keane has hit out at the recruitment of English born-players for the senior squad outlining that they shouldn’t be chasing anyone to come and play. Mick McCarthy had recently been pursuing Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford, who qualifies to play for the Boys in Green, but despite promising initial discussions, the Irish boss outlined that the …

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Ireland’s Jayson Molumby Named Among Best Players At Toulon Tournament

Ireland U21’s captain Jayson Molumby has been rewarded for his excellent displays at this year’s Toulon Tournament by being named as one of the competition’s top four players. Stephen Kenny’s men finished fourth after losing to Mexico on penalties in the third/fourth-placed playoff but put in a number of fine performances as they reached the semi-finals for the first time ever. …

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Go And Watch Daniel Mandroiu While You Can, He’s A Special Talent

“In Dublin’s fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on Danny Mandroiu.” Friday night’s Dublin derby was an absolutely brilliant showcase of everything that makes the League of Ireland special, as Bohemians once again got the better of their bitter rivals Shamrock Rovers. A sold-out Dalymount Park witnessed a fantastic game of Friday night …

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“We Don’t Have Much Respect For Them. They Look Down On Us” – James Talbot On Shamrock Rovers

James Talbot

“We’ve got heart, we’ve got passion, something that I don’t think they have.” James Talbot has said that Shamrock Rovers have no “heart” or “passion.” The Bohemians goalkeeper claimed that he doesn’t have “much respect” for Rovers, as they “look down” on him and his teammates and “don’t think we’re good players.” Talbot made the comments following the Dublin derby …

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