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Michael O’Connor Confirms He Will Switch Allegiance To Northern Ireland

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Michael O’Connor has announced his intention to switch allegiance from the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland.  The former Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers striker is currently plying his trade at Linfield represented the Republic of Ireland at under-19 level where he scored in a win over Austria back in 2016. Many are surprised by O’Connor’s intentions given that his former …

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Linfield V Celtic: A Match 50 Years In The Making

Someone at UEFA appeared to be having a laugh when they pulled the club set up for Catholic immigrants out of the hat to be the opponents of a historically Protestant club at Windsor Park. In Belfast. On July 12. The PSNI intervened to prevent that potential catastrophe from happening, so instead Linfield will host Celtic Friday in the Northern …

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The Setanta Sports Cup: Is It Worth It Anymore?

With the news that the draw for the quarter-finals of the Setanta Sports Cup – which was due to take place today – has been postponed question marks surround the positives of staging the tournament at all. According to the BBC, the reasoning behind the postponement is said to surround fixture scheduling problems. Linfield have pulled out of the competition …

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Warren Feeney Named As Linfield Manager

On Saturday evening after the season had come to a close, Linfield announced a replacement for manager David Jeffrey. Former Northern Ireland international Warren Feeney was selected for the post. David Jeffrey had announced his intention to end his 17-year managerial career at Windsor Park in February, and speculation was rife as to who would replace the man who has won …

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Danske Bank Premiership – Final Matchday Round-up

The weekend just past was a disappointing weekend for many Irish League football fans – the end of the season. For the last 8 months fans up and down the country have spent Saturdays religiously watching their team up and down the country, and for fans who don’t have a cup final to look forward to, they have an agonising …

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