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Euro 2016: Come On You Boys In Green

Here we go again. Another big tournament. Another tough group. This time however, there is a sense of realism about the Irish team and supporters. Few are muttering “If we can just win that game, who knows.” It seems as though the calming presence of Martin O’ Neill and the brutal honesty of Roy Keane, has combined to create an …

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The Irish Media & The Germany Game – Why So Negative?

‘It could be a long night for Ireland against Germany’ The Irish Times sports pages this morning leave the reader feeling anything but optimistic. We’re told that Ireland must pull something special out of the bag or else Germany will dismantle the Irish once more. Not the best accompaniment to your morning’s cereal and certainly not one for the soul. …

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Why Ireland Will Outscore The Germans

Ireland can be quietly confident heading into tomorrow night’s crunch clash with Germany, writes Conor Heffernan. Germany is struggling and Joachim Loew knows it. The defeat to Poland confirmed a German weakness that Loew had hoped desperately was in the past. It haunted Germany during the initial stages of the World Cup and is rearing its ugly head once more. …

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