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McCarthy Runs Rule Over Derby’s Jason Knight After Strong Weekend For Ireland Players

Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy ran the rule over Under-21 midfielder Jason Knight on Friday as he continues to prepare for the upcoming Euro 2020 playoff against Slovakia. McCarthy watched the talented 19-year-old midfielder in Derby County’s 1-1 draw with Fulham last weekend while also keeping an eye on Harry Arter, who could be in contention for an international …

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Dundalk Manager Does Not Deny Trying To Sign Troy Parrott

Troy Parrott continues to be linked with a move away from Tottenham Hotspur, despite signing a new contract a couple of weeks ago. The Ireland striker has impressed with his performances at youth level with Spurs, scoring six goals in four games in the UEFA Youth League this season. Parrott was handed a Premier League debut on the back of …

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Man City Launch Appeal Against Two-Year UEFA Ban

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Manchester City have lodged an official appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport [CAS] following their two-year ban from all European competitions.  The ban is set to start from the beginning of next season after the club breached UEFA’s Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations. They were also fined £30 million for the offence. Now, the club have …

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Neville & Carragher Rank English Football’s Greatest Teams On MNF

Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville chose Bob Paisley’s Liverpool from the 1970s as their greatest English club side on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football. The former England duo ranked some of the finest club teams the English game has ever seen, as Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side arguably showed their credentials as contenders with another Premier League win over West Ham. …

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VAR Admit Mistake Mid-Game In Not Sending Spurs’ Lo Celso Off

VAR officials admitted they got a red card decision wrong during Tottenham’s defeat Chelsea on Saturday conceding that Giovanni Lo-Celso should have been sent off for a challenge on Cesar Azpilicueta. The Argentine midfielder caught Azpilicueta with what appeared to be a stamp on his leg in a tackle that looked for all the world as though it would be …

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“I Have Faith That He Is More Than Capable Of Doing A Job For Mourinho”

Former Tottenham and England midfielder Jamie Redknapp believes that Irish striker Troy Parrott is more than capable of “doing a job” for Jose Mourinho amid Spurs’ injury crisis. The north London club are without their two recognised centre-forwards this season, Harry Kane and Son Heung-min through injury with Parrott the only fit striker at the club. Despite this though, Mourinho …

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Quiz: Name The Man United Team From The 2017 Europa League Final

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There was once a time when Man United were the greatest superpower in world football boasting many of the world’s best players. Fans had become accustomed to seeing the Red Devils dine at the top table of football, both domestically and in Europe. However, since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, the club have slowly been in decline. …

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Shane Long Admits Ireland Squad Omission Was “Killer Blow”

Shane Long has admitted that his recent omission from Mick McCarthy’s Republic of Ireland squad was a ‘killer blow’ But the Southampton striker outlined that he has not fallen out with the Ireland manager. Long has yet to feature for his country since McCarthy took over the role at the beginning of 2019, and has yet to even be included …

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Brian Kerr Has Held Talks About Returning To The FAI

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Brian Kerr is set to hold further discussions with the Football Association of Ireland following recent talks with the organisation’s new chairman, Roy Barrett. Kerr has served as FAI technical director, youth team manager and manager of the senior team. But the Dubliner, despite his tremendous success as an underage coach in the 1990s, was frozen out by the previous regime. …

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