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“It Made My Blood Boil” – Seamus Coleman Responds to Danish Criticism

Ireland captain Seamus Coleman hit back at Danish players’ pre-match criticism of the Boys in Green following their 1-1 draw in Copenhagen on Friday evening. Coleman’s side put in a promising display away from home against their familiar foes but went behind midway through the second half thanks to an excellent header from Southampton’s Pierre – Emile Hojbjerg. They grabbed a …

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“We Wanted To Go Out And Prove A Point” – James McClean Hits Back After Danish Criticism

“We wanted to go out and prove a point.” Ireland earned a hard-fought 1-1 draw against Denmark on Friday night in Copenhagen. Mick McCarthy’s side came from behind to record a valuable result in the Euro 2020 qualifier. Shane Duffy capped a brilliant individual performance by powering a header beyond Kasper Schmeichel late in the second half. Pierre-Emile Hoejbjerg opened …

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Mick McCarthy Confirms Alan Judge Wrist Injury After Denmark Draw


“If he didn’t have bad luck, he wouldn’t have any luck at all.” Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Alan Judge broke his wrist during the Republic of Ireland’s draw with Denmark. McCarthy’s side claimed a valuable 1-1 draw against the Scandinavian side in Copenhagen, and Judge played a big part in the result. The Ipswich Town midfielder came off the …

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Liverpool Confirm Release Of Promising Young Irish Trio

Liverpool have announced that Irish trio Conor Masterson, Glen McAuley and Corey Whelan will leave the club at the end of their contract in the summer. The news of Masterson’s departure had been expected after the Lucan native’s struggles for fitness over the last couple of campaigns as well as his fall down the pecking order at Anfield. The Irish …

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Ireland Have Named Their Team To Play Denmark

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The Ireland team has been confirmed. The Republic of Ireland XI to play Denmark has been named. Mick McCarthy has made no changes from the team that beat Georgia 1-0 in Dublin back in March. The national side are in Copenhagen to take on familiar foes. This will be the fifth meeting between the nations since November 2017 and it …

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Ireland 21s Pick Up Impressive Point Against Toulon Hotshots Mexico

Stephen Kenny’s Irish U21’s picked up an impressive point against one of the Toulon Tournament favourites Mexico at the Stade Parsemain on Thursday evening. Ireland were coming off the back of an incredibly impressive 4-1 victory over China in their first game of the prestigious tournament, after goals from Adam Idah (x2), Aaron Connolly and Zach Elbouzedi gave them the …

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Denmark’s Thomas Delaney Claims Ireland Are ‘Most Annoying Opponent’

Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney wasn’t shy in expressing his feelings about another clash with Ireland, calling the Boys in Green “the most annoying opponent” to play against. Delaney wasn’t involved the last time the pair clashed in Aarhus, a 0-0 draw, but played in the three previous games over the past two years famously comparing trying to score against Ireland to …

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