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You Have Five Minutes To Name This One Premier League Player

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We’re back with another Premier League brainteaser that will test your knowledge of the niche records in the division. Since the English top-flight was rebranded as the Premier League in 1992, only one footballer has been sent-off before the age of 18. Can you name this player? So, we’re looking for you to name the first and only player in the …

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Four Areas Stephen Kenny Must Address As Incoming Ireland Manager

Stephen Kenny’s long awaited arrival as Ireland’s new manager came a little earlier than expected in unusual circumstances on Saturday. The Dubliner has taken the reins and will already be thinking about how his team will shape up now that Mick McCarthy has made way. Lets explore how Ireland could look under the former Dundalk boss. _____ Productivity Kenny will …

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The Alternative Premier League Team Of The Season (So Far)

When the 2019/2020 Premier League season eventually goes down in the history books, it will be remembered as unquestionably the most bizarre campaign of all time. Coming to a halt with nine games left and Liverpool just two games away from their first ever Premier League title, 19/20 has been an unprecedented rollercoaster for all involved. Around this time of …

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Man City Announce Death Of Guardiola’s Mother From COVID-19

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Manchester City have announced the sad passing of Dolors Sala Carrió, the mother of manager Pep Guardiola, as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The 82-year-old was residing in Barcelona where the family are from. In a short statement, the club expressed their deepest sympathies for Guardiola and her family. “The Manchester City family are devastated to report the death …

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Quiz: Can You Name The Top Scorer From Every Premier League Season?

Since the Premier League began in the 1992/1993 season it has seen a wide array of brilliant goalscorers grace the English top flight. Players from far and wide have impressed in front of goal with their exploits helping sides stave off relegation, win league titles and qualify for European competitions. Some have topped the goalscoring charts consistently while others have …

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The Winners & Losers From Ireland’s Managerial Change

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Stephen Kenny is the new Republic of Ireland manager, having replaced Mick McCarthy with immediate effect. Kenny has stepped-up from the Under-21s and McCarthy has stepped away with the Euros postponed until the next year and the playoffs postponed indefinitely. The FAI, ultimately, saw no logic in delaying the scheduled handover between managers. It certainly represents a new era for …

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FAI Reveal They Are Targeting November For Slovakia Playoff Game

The FAI’s Interim CEO Gary Owens has outlined that he is hopeful Ireland’s European Championship playoff can take place in November to give new manager Stephen Kenny time with his new squad. The game in Bratislava against Slovakia had been set for the end of March but was postponed until June before being suspended indefinitely by UEFA due to the …

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FAI Confirm New Senior & Under 21 Coaching Staff

The FAI have confirmed that Jim Crawford will take over as the new Ireland U21 manager as Stephen Kenny takes charge of the senior international side. Crawford, who was Kenny’s assistant, will be joined by former Irish defender John O’Shea in the role, while Keith Andrews makes the jump up to the senior side. Kenny and Andrews will also be …

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Damien Duff Set To Join New Ireland Coaching Setup

Damien Duff is reportedly set to return to the Republic of Ireland international setup as a part of incoming manager Stephen Kenny’s new backroom staff. Kenny was confirmed as the new senior manager on Saturday as the FAI outlined that Mick McCarthy would be stepping aside from the role allowing the former Dundalk boss to take the reigns. The suspension …

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“It’s Bittersweet But I Fully Support It”- Mick McCarthy On FAI Decision

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Mick McCarthy has said that he will “fully support” new Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny who succeeds the 61-year-old in the role.  McCarthy was contracted by the FAI until July 31st with U21 boss Kenny set to take over following the completion of Ireland’s Euro 2020 campaign. However, that plan was thrown into confusion following the worldwide outbreak of …

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FAI Confirm Mick McCarthy Departure As Kenny Steps Into The Hotseat

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The FAI have confirmed that Stephen Kenny will take up the role as manager of the Republic of Ireland senior side with immediate effect. It was originally planned that Kenny would take charge after Ireland’s Euro 2020 campaign but the global Covid-19 pandemic has seen the competition rescheduled for next year while Ireland’s qualifier with Slovakia has also been postponed. …

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