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The Ireland Form XI Going Into The World Cup Qualifier Against Wales

Martin O'Neill Roy Keane Ireland

With the countdown to the crunch tie with Wales well underway, we look at Ireland’s form team going into the Dublin clash. It has been a good few months for Irish football. Some Irishmen are enjoying their most productive seasons to date, and there has been a surge in the amount of young Irish players coming through in the Championship. This following …

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Watch: Pep Guardiola Made A Beautiful Gesture To Ireland’s Harry Arter After Bournemouth vs City

Pep Guardiola and Harry Arter seem to have a special relationship despite the fact that the Irishman has never played for the Manchester City boss. Speaking earlier this season, Bournemouth and Ireland midfielder Harry Arter stated that every coach in world football could learn something from Pep Guardiola. Arter stated that he had never seen a team play like City …

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Which PL Relegations Would Have The Biggest Impact On The Ireland Team?

STOKE ON TRENT, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 15: John O'Shea of Sunderland reacts during the Premier League match between Stoke City and Sunderland at Bet365 Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Stoke on Trent, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Having looked at the best outcome for the Republic of Ireland national team resulting from potential Premier League promotions, we now look at the scenario for Irish players in the relegation scrap. In the past the relegation of Reading, Wolves and Hull has wiped out a large proportion of Irishmen from the top flight. Last season, three regulars in Rob Elliot, Wes Hoolahan …

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Non-League Player Gets Seven-Month Ban For Offensive Tweets To Harry Arter

Republic of Ireland Squad Training, Ernst-Happel Stadium, Vienna, Austria 11/11/2016 Harry Arter

A non-league footballer has been banned from all football activity until August as a result of several offensive tweets sent to Bournemouth and Ireland midfielder Harry Arter, reports BBC Sport. Former Hitchin Town player Alfie Barker received the seven-month suspension from the FA on Monday, though with one month technically already served, he would be free to resume his football career …

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Harry Arter Responds To Vile Troll In Revealing Interview

BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND - JANUARY 12: Harry Arter of Bournemouth celebrates as he scores their first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between A.F.C. Bournemouth and West Ham United at Vitality Stadium on January 12, 2016 in Bournemouth, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

In an intriguing and wide-ranging interview with the Daily Mail, Harry Arter spoke about a number of issues – his injury torment, the influence of Eddie Howe, and the heartbreak of his still-born daughter. Talking to Jamie Redknapp, Arter had a quick and forthright answer when asked about an idiot who abused him about the worst thing that can happen to …

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That’s A Wrap: Irish Football’s All-Star XI For 2016

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: Harry Arter of Bournemouth during the Premier League match between Manchester City and AFC Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium on September 17, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

With 2016 drawing to a close, we take a look at the Irish players position-for-position that made a huge impact on 2016. This team is certainly up for discussion. _____ GK: Darren Randolph After establishing himself as Irish number one just in time for the Euros, the Bray man put in some key performances for Ireland. Having finally broken into …

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Hayden Triggs And Pat Lam Exemplify Rugby’s Changing Culture

When you’re a journalist you come across all different types of people. You talk to people with a clear agenda, you talk to people who just want to be heard, you talk to people who are used to the media and those who aren’t. In sports journalism you often want to talk to those who haven’t received a near undergraduate degree in …

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How An Injury Plagued Ireland Side Should Line Up Against Austria

Republic of Ireland Squad Training, FAI National Training Centre, Abbotstown, Dublin 9/11/2016 Harry Arter

Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland take on Austria on Saturday evening with a number of injury concerns already hitting the squad. Shane Long’s absence from the preliminary 35-man panel showed the absolute dearth of quality Ireland now have in the striker role, while the subsequent withdrawals of Stephen Ward, James McCarthy, Cyrus Christie and Stephen Quinn from the final squad …

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Ireland: McCarthy’s Replacement Will Indicate O’Neill’s Intent

Republic of Ireland Training, Gannon Park, Malahide 6/6/2015 Manager Martin O'Neill with James McCarthy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Martin O’Neill’s Ireland travel to Vienna on Saturday to take on Austria in a vital World Cup qualifier at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion. Ireland are nicely placed at joint-top in the group with Serbia. Having steadily improved the team’s performances since his appointment, Saturday’s team selection will be a key indicator of O’Neill’s belief in this group of players. Austria really flattered …

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Watch: Sky Sports Pundits Fawn Over “Sensational” Harry Arter

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: Harry Arter of Bournemouth during the Premier League match between Manchester City and AFC Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium on September 17, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Harry Arter has been one of the most impressive midfielders in the Premier League so far this season. The Republic of Ireland international has been the driving force for Bournemouth in the centre of the field, and has come in for numerous plaudits. He has yet to make a competitive appearance for the Boys in Green. Martin O’Neill has preferred …

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Moldova V Ireland: Confirmed Lineup, Hoolahan Starts

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 6/10/2016 Republic of Ireland vs Georgia Republic of Ireland team

The Republic of Ireland continue their World Cup qualification campaign with a trip to Moldova, their first ever game against tonight’s opponents. Nothing less than three points will be accepted as Ireland look to keep up the pace in what is sure to be a tight contest with Wales, Austria and Serbia for the top two spots. For tonight’s game, …

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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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Republic of Ireland V Georgia: Everything You Need To Know

DUBLIN, IRELAND - SEPTEMBER 07: Jonathan Walters of the Republic of Ireland shields the ball from Solomon Kvirkvelia of Georgia during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group D qualifying match between Republic of Ireland and Georgia at Aviva Stadium on September 7, 2015 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

As has become a frequent occurrence, the Republic of Ireland take on Georgia tonight in a qualifier for a major tournament. In fact, so common have Georgia been as an opponent, Brian Kerr, Giovanni Trapattoni and Martin O’Neill all had their first competitive matches in charge of Ireland against them. As was the case in the previous campaign for Euro …

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Video Analysis: Breakdown Of Ireland’s Attack & Set Pieces

Shane Long and Jonathan Walters both of Ireland celebrate after goal during the International friendly football match between Republic of Ireland and Netherlands at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland on May 27, 2016 (Photo by Andrew Surma/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

“They are very dangerous with corners and free kicks. That’s football for them,” said Dutch manager Danny Blind after the Republic Of Ireland’s 1-1 draw with Holland at the Aviva Stadium. It’s not the first time an opposing manager has paid Ireland a backhanded compliment under Martin O’Neill but it is a telling sign of how we’re viewed by Tier 1 …

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