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Stephen Kenny Provides Update On Dan Crowley’s Eligibility & Stephen Ireland

Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has given an update on the eligibility of Birmingham City midfielder Dan Crowley Crowley had confirmed in 2019 that he would be applying for an international transfer from England to Ireland having represented both countries at underage international level. Speaking last August, then manager Mick McCarthy outlined that there were some ‘eligibility issues’ over …

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Mick McCarthy Reportedly Interested In Vacant Bristol City Job

Former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy is reportedly interested in becoming the new manager of Bristol City following the club’s sacking of Lee Johnson. McCarthy left his position with the Irish national team in April, with Stephen Kenny taking over and according to a report in The Sun, he would like an instant return to club management. The role …

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Will Smallbone Sets Up Danny Ings For Stunning Southampton Opener

Republic of Ireland underage international was in the thick of the action for Southampton as he set up striker Danny Ings for a sensational finish against Watford. Smallbone was handed his first Saints start since the restart and his sixth appearance in total this season for Ralph Hassenhutl’s men against strugglers Watford at Vicarage Road. The 20-year-old had featured predominantly …

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Quiz: Name Every Player To Score Over 100 Points For Ireland

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In our latest rugby quiz, we are asking you to name Ireland’s top points scorers of all-time. Each of these players have scored over 100 points for Ireland. However, to make this quiz a little easier, we have only included players who have represented the country within the last 25 years. Time for your daily dose of rugby trivia. 🙌 …

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How Well Do You Know The International Rules Series?

It’s not often that players from the GAA or the AFL get to represent their country and therein lies the beauty of the International Rules Series. Whilst the 2020 series return may have been cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, Ireland and Australia have clashed on 20 occasions dating back to the first series in 1984. What we want to …

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Pundit Arena Daily Rugby Trivia Challenge – Day 45

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Welcome to day 45 of Pundit Arena’s daily rugby trivia challenge. Each day, we’ll give you 20 questions and 20 clues, similar to a crossword, and you have to guess the answers before the time runs out. Time to test your rugby knowledge. 💪🏉 Anything over 15/20 is a great score today. https://t.co/2go8XssDhI — Pundit Arena (@PunditArena) June 21, 2020 …

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Roy Keane Hits Out At New Ireland Assistant Manager Keith Andrews

Roy Keane has hit out at new Ireland assistant manager Keith Andrews calling the 38-time capped midfielder a ‘bulls***ter.’ Andrews was appointed to the role alongside Damien Duff earlier this year to assist new manager Stephen Kenny after the former Dundalk boss took over from Mick McCarthy. The former Irish midfielder worked with Kenny at U21 level and had been …

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Warren Gatland On His Shock Sacking As Ireland Head Coach

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There is no disputing that Warren Gatland is one of the best rugby coaches in the world at the moment. The New Zealand native led Wales to four Six Nations titles, including three Grand Slams, and to two Rugby World Cup semi-final appearances during his 12-year stint in the country. It’s that record that has seen him chosen to coach …

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Stephen Kenny Names Midfield Trio Who Could Come Into Irish Squad

Irish manager Stephen Kenny has outlined that midfielders James McCarthy and Harry Arter could return to the international fold ahead of his first game in charge of the Boys in Green. The FAI confirmed on Wednesday that Kenny’s first game would come in the UEFA Nations League against Bulgaria in September, with the crucial Euro playoff against Slovakia taking place …

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