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It’s Kylian Mbappé’s World And We’re All Just Living In It

Last night at Old Trafford, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United fell to French Champions PSG in a performance reminiscent of Mourinho-esque days of old. The home side were thoroughly outplayed in Solskjaer’s first European game at the helm of the Manchester club, with PSG showing the world that even in Neymar and Cavani’s absence they are still one of the elite teams …

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Declan Rice: The Timeline Of A Very Brief Love Affair With The Boys In Green

The Irish footballing world is still reeling from the news that star midfielder Declan Rice will continue his international career with Gareth Southgate and England. Rice has been embroiled in an international tug-of-war between England and Ireland since August when then manager Martin O’Neill outlined that he had been left out of the squad as he was still deliberating over …

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FAI Release Statement Following Declan Rice England Switch

Declan Rice FAI

The FAI have released a statement confirming that Declan Rice will switch his international allegiance from the Republic of Ireland to England.  Rice confirmed the news this afternoon via his social media accounts and the FAI have been quick to release a statement. It reads: The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that Declan Rice (West Ham United) has opted …

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Declan Rice Has Chosen To Represent England At International Level

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice has chosen to represent England at international level following a lengthy statement on his Twitter account this afternoon. Rice has been embroiled in an international tug-of-war between England and Ireland since August when then manager Martin O’Neill outlined that he had been left out of the squad as he was still deliberating over his international …

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Dundalk’s Michael Duffy On Season Ambitions & Life After Stephen Kenny

With the start of the Airtricity League season just over a week away, one of the biggest storylines ahead of the new campaign surrounds the defending champions Dundalk. Over the break, the Lilywhites lost their talismanic manager Stephen Kenny, who had masterminded four league titles in the last five seasons, including two doubles as well as an unprecedented European run, to …

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The Run-In: Analysing The Title Contenders’ Remaining Fixtures

On Wednesday evening, Manchester City returned to the top of the table for the first time since December following a victory over Everton at Goodison Park. Guardiola’s side overtook rivals Liverpool on goal difference, although the Reds still have a game in hand over their Manchester counterparts. The victory also took City five points clear of third place Tottenham who have …

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