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Anthony Stokes Offered Return To Iran Following Turkish Exit

Former Irish international striker Anthony Stokes has been offered a return to football with Iranian side Esteghlal after his recent release from Turkish club Adana Demirspor. According to a report in the Scottish Sun, Stokes is mulling over an 18-month offer from the club who currently sit 5th in the Iran Pro League. Stokes spent the 2018/2019 season playing in …

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Anthony Stokes’ Contract Cancelled By Turkish Team Adana Demirspor

Anthony Stokes

Anthony Stokes has had his contracted terminated by Turkish second division side Adana Demirspor. The former Republic of Ireland striker joined the club in July, but only made six appearances, scoring one goal. Adana announced his departure with a brief statement, which reads: “The contract of Anthony Stokes was terminated after a report of the club’s technical committee and the …

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Anthony Stokes Has Joined Turkish Second Division Side Adana Demirspor


Anthony Stokes is on the move again. The former Republic of Ireland and Celtic striker has joined Turkish second division side Adana Demirspor – the 11th club of Stokes’ career. The club confirmed the news on Tuesday afternoon. Welcome Anthony Stokes #AdanaDemirspor pic.twitter.com/SKrSn7D6ku — mavisimsekler.com (@Demirsporum) July 16, 2019 The Dubliner has been without a club since leaving Tractor Sazi …

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Former Ireland Striker Anthony Stokes Makes Shock Move To Iran

Former Republic of Ireland international Anthony Stokes has taken his career in a surprising new direction. Having been released by Greek side Apollon Smyrni in April, the 29-year-old had recently been training with Scottish Premiership side St. Mirren, possibly with a view to returning to the league in which he has had the most success in his career. However, Iranian …

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The Inclusions Of Sean Maguire & Cillian Sheridan Are Essential For Ireland Long Term

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin 17/3/2017 Shamrock Rovers vs Cork City Cork CityÕs Sean Maguire celebrates scoring a penalty and the winning goal

Martin O’Neill needs to blood the likes of Sean Maguire and Cillian Sheridan to ensure Ireland have a solution to the country’s long term attacking issues. Robbie Keane’s long anticipated retirement last summer brought with it the never-ending concerns that Ireland’s attacking department has entered a critical point. Strangely, Ireland’s current strikers have some of the best goal scoring records …

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Five Marquee Signings That Could Light Up The League Of Ireland

PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 12: David Forde of Portsmouth celebrates his teams third goal during the Sky Bet League Two match between Portsmouth and Mansfield Town at Fratton Park on November 12, 2016 in Portsmouth, England. (Photo by Harry Murphy/Getty Images)

The League of Ireland close-season has seen some impressive signings recently. With players like Conor Clifford and Paddy McCourt entering the league this season, some other potential recruitments could light up the Premier Division.  One of the major stumbling blocks for League of Ireland clubs in the past have been down to wage demands but signings of Damien Duff’s ilk …

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The Ireland Team That Scraped Past San Marino 10 Years Ago: Where Are They Now?

Post San-Marino Papers 8/2/2007 Bad Reacation to Republic of Ireland's 2-1 win over San Marino in the paper headlines Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

Although it is possibly still fresh in the minds of Irish football fans, Ireland’s bizarre 2-1 victory over lowly San Marino reached its ten-year anniversary this week (February 7). Despite being a strong Ireland team on paper, the Boys in Green struggled to get to grips with one of world football’s worst ever teams. Stephen Ireland popped up with a last-minute winner in …

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Anthony Stokes Could Be Back Playing In The Champions League If Touted Move Materialises

WIGAN, ENGLAND - AUGUST 13: Anthony Stokes of Blackburn Rovers gets away with the ball during the Sky Bet Championship League match between Wigan Athletic and Blackburn Rovers at DW Stadium on August 13, 2016 in Wigan, England. (Photo by Daniel Smith/Getty Images)

Anthony Stokes could be a about to put his Blackburn Rovers nightmare behind him with a potential transfer to Polish League leaders Jagiellonia Bialystok on the cards The Independent have reported that the Dubliner could be on his way to Poland with Champions League football a realistic possibility for next season. The striker, who has represented Celtic in the competition previously, …

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5 Players Who Could Replace Robbie Keane

The day looms ever closer when Robbie Keane must inevitably end his international career. The world’s highest scoring international player currently playing the game has been a great servant to Ireland but we must, at some stage, find a replacement.  It is difficult to select any member of the current Ireland squad who could replace Keane but here we take a look at …

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Five Ireland Players Who Should Feature Against USA

Following Ireland’s 1-0 defeat to Scotland at Celtic Park last Friday, we pick out five players who should feature against the USA in an effort to give Martin O’Neill something different to think about heading into Ireland’s next round of competitive fixtures. Robbie Brady  The Dubliner came on in the 68th minute to replace Shane Long on Friday and provided much …

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Irish Football: Where Have All the Strikers Gone?

Brian Barry questions the depth of the Republic of Ireland squad in attack, as they prepare for the games with Gibraltar and Germany. In light of the opening group game, and Martin O’Neill’s latest squad announcement, this Ireland supporter is fully optimistic that the Boys In Green will qualify for France in 2016. However, in a squad which features many the exciting …

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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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