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Former Irish International Andy Keogh Joins Indian Super League

Former Irish international striker Andy Keogh is headed to the Indian Super League to join NorthEast FC following a brief spell in Saudi Arabia. The 33-year-old had found the net eight times in 17 games for Saudi Arabian second division side Al-Qadsiah who he joined following his release from Australian side Perth Glory. Keogh had a memorable spell in Australia …

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Watch: A-League Keeper Dribbles Into Midfield In 90th Minute, Inevitable Happens

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Australia’s premier football division, the A-League, has garnered a bit of a reputation for being bizarrely entertaining and this morning’s action definitely didn’t disappoint.  Dubliner Andy Keogh’s Perth Glory took on Tim Cahill’s Melbourne City FC in the nib Stadium. The game got off to a dramatic start with the hosts opening from the penalty spot inside the first five …

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5 Internationals Who Could Finish Their Careers In The LOI

With the the likes of Stephen McPhail, Keith Fahey and Liam Miller deciding to come back to Ireland in recent times, here we have selected five more of the Irish footballing diaspora we could see potentially coming back to Ireland.  5. Kevin Doyle Having had two failed loan attempts at Crystal Palace and QPR, from his parent club Wolves, it is difficult …

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A-League Festive Roundup – Part 1

The festive period has seen a huge number of games since our last A-League roundup in week 11.  In part one of our roundup, we take a look back at Adelaide, Brisbane, Central Coast Mariners, Melbourne City and Melbourne Victory’s current situation following the festive games, as we enter a three-week break for the Asian Cup. Adelaide United Josep Gombau’s men had fallen a long …

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A-League Team Of The Season So Far

We’ve reached the halfway stage in the A-League, and now it’s time to take a three week break for the Asian Cup. Gavin Bergin is here with his team of the season so far.   GK: Vedran Janjetovic (Sydney FC) While his side may be struggling to score at the other end, Janjetovic is personally having perhaps the best season …

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A-League Roundup Week 11: Jets Finally Take Flight

Gavin Bergin is here with a roundup of all the A-League week 11 action.    Phil Stubbins would not be a household name amongst most casual football observers. The man from Hull moved to Australia in 1988 and quickly became involved in the Australian National Soccer League with Heidelberg United in Melbourne. He was to spend many years – briefly …

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A-League Roundup Week 9 – Who Needs A Football Pitch?

Gavin Bergin is here with a round-up of all the news and action coming from the A-League in week nine. Australia is a country renowned for its sporting pedigree. Regularly troubling the higher echelons of the medals table at the Olympics, recognised as world leaders in Cricket, Rugby Union and Rugby League, and a world leader in sport science. Football in Australia, spearheaded …

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A-League Roundup Week 7 – The Top Four Roll On

Regular A-League analyst Gavin Bergin is here with the roundup of all the A-League action from week 7. Last week’s column detailed the supposed re-birth of Brisbane Roar, which in hindsight was just a bit premature. Less than a week later, Roar’s hierarchy took the decision to sack last season’s double-winning coach Mike Mulvey. People in charge at the club stated that …

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A-League Roundup Week 5 – What’s The Story? (Perth Glory)

Gavin Bergin is here with a roundup of all the action from week five in the A-league. As alluded to in our season preview, last season at Perth was, at best chaotic, and at worst a complete shambles. In-fighting and club politics led to the sacking of the manager, and apparently some serious soul searching among those involved at the club. …

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A-League Round 3 Review – Farewell David Villa, We Barely Knew You

Gavin Bergin is here with a round up of round three in the A-League. The biggest story this week is that David Villa will be leaving Melbourne City but there is also plenty of other action to discuss. There’s a quote in ‘The Usual Suspects’ from Kevin Spacey’s character Verbal, where he is talking about the legendary bad guy Kaiser Soze when he says: “The greatest …

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A-League Roundup Week 2 – Sydney Is Sky Blue

Gavin Bergin gives the run-down of all the action from a busy week of action in the A-League.  The Sydney Derby. It doesn’t have quite the same ring to it as the Milan Derby, El Clásico, El Superclásico, Old Firm, Merseyside or Manchester Derby. Yet you’d be hard pressed to find a match with as good an atmosphere as was …

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A-League Roundup Week 1 – Duffer Delights

We’re off and running in A-League Season 10. After all the build up and what felt like a never ending pre-season, this was the real thing – preceded with an excellent montage of the highlights of A-League seasons past. All week long the question had been whether star man David Villa would start for Melbourne City. In the end, he …

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A-League Preview Part 2

Gavin Bergin is here with Part 2 of his A-League Preview, as the new seasons gets underway. Newcastle Jets It’s been an off-season of huge changes at the Jets, with no fewer than 12 of their first team squad departing the club. Phil Stubbins has been appointed to oversee what is sure to be a hugely transitional season for the …

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PA Rankings: Best Irish Strikers

Brian Barry is here to take us through the latest PA Rankings of Irish strikers, following a disappointing series of summer friendlies. After three friendlies, with a high of challenging Italy and a low of a trashing by Portugal, Ireland break for the summer, knowing that the Euro 2016 Qualifiers are just around the corner. Martin O’Neill seems keen to …

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