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Alan Browne To Miss Denmark & Gibraltar Games Through Injury

Preston midfielder Alan Browne is set to miss Ireland’s upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Denmark and Gibraltar through injury. The 24-year-old has been released by manager Mick McCarthy after picking up a calf injury in training and will be a big blow to Ireland’s plans. The FAI confirmed that the decision was taken following a scan in Portugal where the …

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Alan Browne Underlines Ireland Midfield Credentials With Scintillating Performance

Alan Browne turned in an absolutely fantastic performance as his Preston North End side beat Blackburn by a scoreline of 4-1. With the Mick McCarthy-era of Irish football set to begin its second chapter shortly, Alan Browne made a real statement in Deepdale this evening as The Lilywhites welcomed Blackburn for today’s Championship clash. Two assists and a goal saw …

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Alan Browne Out Of Wales Game Due To Injury

International Friendly, Antalya Stadyumu, Turkey 23/3/2018 Turkey vs Republic of Ireland Ireland's Alan Browne

Alan Browne came into the international break off an early goal of the season contender. His strike against Bolton Wanderers at the weekend was the culmination of some fine form with Preston North End, and he looked set for his first competitive cap with the Republic of Ireland. Some goal by @Alan__Browne #pnefc pic.twitter.com/VhP0Pvjnw9 — Anthony Ⓜ️ (@mcainey88) September 1, …

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Watch: Alan Browne Scores A Genuine Stunner Against Bolton

Irishman Alan Browne set Deepdale alight on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to secure all three points. He scored on the opening day of the season, and after a string of good performances which didn’t contribute to the scoresheet, Browne returned to it with a bang against Bolton Wanderers. Callum Robinson gave the Lilywhites an early eleven minute lead, and …

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Irish Prodigy Exclusive: 16-Year-Old Adam O’Reilly On Upcoming Preston Debut

Ahead of his impending first-team debut with Preston North End, Richard Barrett caught up with sixteen-year-old prodigy, Adam O’Reilly. Nestled between the leafy suburbs of Blackrock and Rochestown, the traditionally working-class area of Mahon in the south-east of Cork city is home to many things. The cultural juxtaposition of booming multi-national company HQs with the hardship of neglected council estates …

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The 15 Brightest Irish Prospects According To Football Manager

Football Manager Ireland

With Ireland having missed out on World Cup qualification, the future of Irish football has once again come under scrutiny. Long-serving players such as Wes Hoolahan, Glenn Whelan, John O’Shea and Daryl Murphy are all at the tail-ends of their careers and could well have retired from the national side by the time the Euro 2020 qualifiers roll around. This, …

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