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Opinion: Reluctantly Irish? It’s Time We Focus Entirely On Developing Our Own Talent

BELGRADE, SERBIA - SEPTEMBER 05: Head coach Martin O'Neill of Ireland reacts during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Serbia and Ireland at stadium Rajko Mitic on September 5, 2016 in Belgrade. (Photo by Srdjan Stevanovic/Getty Images)

Why do we bend over backwards to accommodate the ‘reluctant Irish’? Time after time, every effort is afforded to coax individuals to play for the Republic of Ireland when their heart quite clearly belongs to another land. It’s time we start developing the next Robbie Keane and Damien Duff rather than be preoccupied converting other nation’s also rans. There’s something …

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Twitter Reacts As Dundalk Record Remarkable Win Over Maccabi Tel Aviv

Ciaran Kilduff Dundalk

Dundalk have created history tonight, by beating Israel side Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Europa League. The League of Ireland champions were full value for the three points after a dominant display. GOAL DUNDALK!!!! — Dundalk FC (@DundalkFC) September 29, 2016 Ciarán Kilduff gave them the lead after 71 minutes, after a superb cross from Daryl Horgan. 72: Goal!!!!! It’s that …

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Twitter Reacts As Dundalk Claim A Late Europa League Draw At AZ

UEFA Europa League Group Stage, AFAS Stadion, Alkmaar, The Netherlands 15/9/2016 AZ Alkmaar vs Dundalk Dundalk's Ciaran Kilduff celebrates scoring the equaliser with after the game with manager Stephen Kenny Mandatory Credit ©

League of Ireland champions Dundalk got their Europa League group stage campaign underway tonight with a hugely positive result. Stephen Kenny’s side came away from the AFAS Stadion with a 1-1 draw courtesy of a late goal from substitute Ciaran Kilduff, who had replaced Patrick McEleney only a few minutes previously. The home side took the lead through a Stijn Wuytens header on …

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League Of Ireland: Can We Produce Our Own International Players?

Shane McDonnell attempts to understand why there are no international players in the League of Ireland, and why there is no attempt to produce players capable of playing on football’s biggest stage. In the past two years, several former Irish internationals have returned to the League of Ireland to see out the remainder of their careers. Keith Fahey, Liam Miller …

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Champions Hope To Continue 100% Record Against Sligo

Defending Premier Division champions Dundalk welcome a struggling Sligo Rovers side to Oriel Park this Friday night. Dundalk will be hoping to maintain their 100% start to the season, whilst Rovers are still seeking their first win of the campaign. Dundalk currently sit top of the league and manager Stephen Kenny will be hoping that The Lilywhites’ current run of form against …

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League Of Ireland: 2014 PFAI Awards Predictions

The SSE Airtricity League Of Ireland Player of the Year nominations have been made, and there are a few interesting choices in the mix. The Team of the Year for both divisions has been decided as well as the Goalkeeper of the Year award. Here’s Shane McDonnell’s view of the nominations for 2014. SSE Airtricity Premier Division Player of the Year …

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Dundalk Vs Cork City – Three Possible Lilywhite Heroes

The title deciding game at Oriel Park between Dundalk and Cork City is just days away so here at Pundit Arena we have picked out three players who could make the difference for the Lilywhites come Friday night.  Daryl Horgan Signed from Cork City in the off-season, the tricky attacking midfielder will want to prove that his move away from Leeside was a …

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7 League Of Ireland Stars Destined For The UK

There have been some standout young performers in the League of Ireland this year and Nigel Naughton is here to give us ‘7 LOI Stars Destined For the UK’. Although the perceived attitude in Ireland is that if you aren’t in England at 16, you won’t make it, there are a number of talents who have bucked that trend. The …

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