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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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Stevens On Jack Byrne: Bigger The Occasion The Better He Will Play

Sheffield United and Ireland defender Enda Stevens is confident that domestic call-up Jack Byrne will be a strong addition to the 23-man squad as the Boys in Green prepare for their games against Gibraltar and Georgia. The Rovers midfielder was drafted into the squad to replace Callum O’Dowda, who suffered an injury playing for his club Bristol City, becoming the …

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How Can We Improve Irish Football?

As another World Cup draws to its conclusion and with nations such as Costa Rica, Mexico and United States impressing, it is a fitting time to assess the state of Irish football.   It is twelve years since we have seen the Boys in Green compete at football’s biggest stage. While Seamus Coleman and James McCarthy are bright spots on the horizon, they seem to be …

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