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If Ever A Man Deserved A Goal For Ireland, It Was David McGoldrick

How sweet last night must have been for Ireland’s number nine. For David McGoldrick, Ireland’s 1-1 draw against Switzerland at the Aviva Stadium felt like a landmark moment in his near 15-year career as a professional. Coming off his debut month as a Premier League footballer, and finally featuring consistently at international level, the 31-year-old netted his first goal for …

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“He Has A Good Football Brain, But Off The Pitch He’s A Bit Of A Dope”

Sheffield United striker David McGoldrick is hoping that he and fellow Blade Callum Robinson can bring their new found strike partnership to the international stage when Ireland face Switzerland on Thursday night. McGoldrick and Robinson started three of Sheffield United’s first four games in the Premier League with the Blades managing a solid start to life back in the top …

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Why Sheffield United’s Irish Quartet Will Be Key To Premier League Survival

On Saturday, Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium will play host to Sheffield United’s first Premier League game for nearly 12 years. After over of a decade of hovering between the second and third tiers of English football The Blades finally returned to where so many of their fans believe they belong after achieving promotion from the Championship  in stylish fashion last year. …

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How Sheffield United’s Irish Quartet Became Key To Premier League Return

On Sunday, Sheffield United’s promotion back to the Premier League was confirmed following Leeds United’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa. The result for third-placed Leeds as well as United’s victory over already-relegated Ipswich on Saturday meant that the Blades ensured their spot in the top flight for the first time since the 2006/2007 campaign. Chris Wilder’s men, in only their …

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Five Irish Players With A Point To Prove Under Mick McCarthy

Last week Mick McCarthy decided on his final 23-man squad for Ireland’s European qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia. The new Irish boss will have a difficult decision over his starting XI as the Boys in Green look to qualify for their third European Championships in a row. Among McCarthy’s squad are a handful of players with a point to prove, …

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Plenty Of Irish Goalscoring In The Football League On Matchday Two

It’s still early August, but the domestic season in England is already in full swing. A host of Irish players are making their presence felt in clubs across the Football League. In the Championship, two players on the fringes of the Ireland squad had crucial roles in their teams’ respective wins. Having arrived from Ipswich Town in the summer, David …

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Martin O’Neill Cuts Five Players From The Ireland Squad To Face Moldova

Republic of Ireland Press Conference, FAI National Training Centre, Dublin 5/10/2017 Manager Martin O'Neill

Martin O’Neill has trimmed his Republic of Ireland squad ahead of Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Moldova in Dublin. With an initial 30-man panel to choose from, cuts were always necessary and to that end, the manager has decided that James McCarthy, Daryl Horgan, David McGoldrick, Jonny Hayes and uncapped Aiden O’Brien will not be involved. James McCarthy won’t be …

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Watch: Irish Prospect Conor Shaughnessy Supplies Beautiful Assist For Leeds V Ipswich

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Leeds United continued their strong start to the new Championship season with victory against Ipswich on Saturday, with Irish prospect Conor Shaughnessy creating one of the goals. The 21-year-old has become something of a fixture in the Leeds starting lineup under new manager Thomas Christiansen, and his contribution for the opener will mean that he’s going some way to solidifying …

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Scott Hogan Has Finally Declared For Ireland

Martin O’Neill has reveald that, after a long time of deliberation, Scott Hogan is about to finally declare for the Republic of Ireland. The 25-year-old Manchester-born striker has two Irish grandparents and has been a long-term target of Martin O’Neill. The attacker caught the eye during a prolific spell at Brentford. Hogan has worked his way up through the non …

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