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Irish U19 International Ryan Johansson Grabs Brace For Bayern In UEFA Youth League

Irish underage international Ryan Johansson found the net twice for Bayern Munich’s U19s in their 6-0 UEFA Youth League victory over Olympiacos. Johansson didn’t start the game but after coming on at half-time with Bayern 1-0 up, he found the net twice as the German side ran riot over their Greek opponents. The 18-year-old grabbed his first goal, cutting inside …

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Stephen Kenny Names Irish U21 Squad Ahead Of Upcoming Qualifiers

Stephen Kenny has named his Irish U21 squad ahead of their upcoming European Qualifiers against Armenia and Sweden. As expected, Tottenham striker Troy Parrott is not involved after Mick McCarthy confirmed that he would be in the senior squad for their games against New Zealand and Denmark. Aaron Connolly is also not involved for the same reasons while Liverpool’s Caoimhin …

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Granit Xhaka Has Been Stripped Of The Arsenal Captaincy

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Granit Xhaka has been stripped of the Arsenal captaincy. Arsenal manager Unai Emery confirmed on Tuesday evening that the armband has been taken off the Swiss midfielder. The decision was made after Xhaka’s outburst towards Gunners fans at the Emirates. The Swiss midfielder was booed by Arsenal supporters when substituted off against Crystal Palace in a match at the end …

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Liverpool Will Play Two Games In Two Days In December

Liverpool will play two games in the space of 24 hours in December after the EFL confirmed that the date of Carabao Cup quarter-final will not change. Jurgen Klopp’s team will play Aston Villa on Tuesday, December 17 at Villa Park in the EFL Cup. The following day, they will play in the Club World Cup semi-final in Qatar. Klopp …

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Troy Parrott Will Be Part Of Ireland Squad For Games Against New Zealand And Denmark

Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Troy Parrott will be in the Republic of Ireland squad for the upcoming games against New Zealand and Denmark. Parrott doesn’t turn 18 until February and has only made one senior appearance for Tottenham Hotspur, but he is the highest-rated talent in Irish football. The Dubliner has already scored three times for Ireland Under-21s. He …

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Glenn Whelan Emerges As Injury Concern Ahead Of Danish Showdown

Hearts midfielder Glenn Whelan has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of Ireland’s upcoming double header against New Zealand and Denmark at the Aviva Stadium. Whelan was forced off after 25 minutes with a hamstring injury while playing for Hearts in their 3-0 Betfred Cup loss to Rangers over the weekend. The 35-year-old has been an integral part of the …

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Shamrock Rovers Win Shootout To Claim First FAI Cup In 32 Years

Shamrock Rovers defeated Dundalk on penalties to win their first FAI Cup in 32 years, as Gary O’Neill’s winning spot-kick proved decisive in the shootout. The game began with Rovers in the ascendancy and getting the better of the ball, Jack Byrne especially finding his range of passing early, with the absence of Dundalk’s Chris Shields allowing the Irish international …

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Troy Parrott Named On Tottenham Bench Ahead Of Everton Clash

Irish U21 international Troy Parrott has been named on the Tottenham bench for the first time in the Premier League ahead of Spurs’ clash with Everton this afternoon. The 17-year-old has never made a squad in the top flight for Spurs but is included among the substitutes for the game at Goodison Park. Tottenham captain Harry Kane did not travel …

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Richard Keogh Reportedly Sacked For Not Wearing A Seatbelt

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The Richard Keogh saga continues after reports emerged that the Republic of Ireland international was sacked by Derby for not wearing a seatbelt in the car accident that led to two of his teammates’ arrests. On Tuesday evening, the club announced that they have terminated Keogh’s contract “with immediate effect for gross misconduct.” The former Derby captain suffered a serious …

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