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Greenlight: For Aiden O’Brien ‘Irishness’ Was Never A Decision, It Was Natural

So often when it comes to ‘Granny Rule’ players and the Irish national team, many assume the situation is black and white. “We should be picking Irish born players who want to play for Ireland!” “He’s only picking Ireland because he’s not good enough for England!” Familiar cries of foul when talk of an English born footballer representing the country …

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Millwall Promise Life Bans For Fans Guilty Of Racist Chanting

Millwall have said they will ban for life any supporters found guilty of racist chanting during a win over Everton Saturday as the Football Association launched their own inquiry into a video published online. English second-tier club Millwall knocked Premier League side Everton out of the FA Cup with a dramatic 3-2 victory. But there was crowd trouble outside The …

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Ireland Keeper David Forde Released By Millwall

UEFA European Championship Qualifier, Boris Paichadze National Arena, Tbilisi, Georgia 7/9/2014 Georgia vs Republic of Ireland Ireland's David Forde dejected after Georgia's goal Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Ireland keeper David Forde has been released by Millwall following their promotion to the Championship according to BBC Sport. The Galweigen spent the season with Portsmouth, helping them to promotion in League 1 where he has an array of experience. Forde joined the Lions in 2008 from Cardiff City and was one game away from reaching 300 appearances for the London club. …

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Millwall’s Win Over Leicester Turns Ugly After Post-Match Pitch Invasion

Millwall’s 1-0 win over reigning Premier League champions Leicester turned ugly on Saturday after fans invaded the pitch following the full-time whistle. A late Shaun Cummings goal was enough to secure The Lions the win and a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals, but celebratory scenes quickly turned sour with reports of missiles being launched by fans on the pitch. Millwall fans …

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Analysis: The FA Cup Fourth Round Was Certainly One To Remember

SUTTON, GREATER LONDON - JANUARY 29: Jamie Collins of Sutton United (L) scores his sides first goal from the penalty spot during The Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round match between Sutton United and Leeds United at Borough Sports Ground on January 29, 2017 in Sutton, Greater London. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

This weekend has brought about some shock results that will go down in FA Cup history, with Wolves, Lincoln City, Oxford, Millwall and Sutton United amongst those to hit the headlines. It is also the first time in the history of the competition that two non-league teams have progressed to the fifth round. The first game of the round saw …

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The Championship: Points Deduction Heats Up Battle For Survival

With Blackpool already relegated from the Championship to League 1, two unwanted positions in the relegation zone remain.   As of Wednesday night, the battle to avoid the drop was seen as a melee between Millwall and Rotherham. Wigan sat in 23rd position 5 points from safety needed to win both remaining games and get some other favourable results to …

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Premier League Heroes: Everton’s Tim Cahill

Tim Cahill become one of the most high profile Australian footballers of all time during his eight seasons at Everton. The attacking midfielder was known for getting stuck in, his incredible heading ability, pace, vision, skill and loved to score important goals at crucial moments. Tim Cahill was born on the 6th of December 1979 in Sydney, Australia and began …

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5 Talking Points From Bradford’s 2-0 Win Over Sunderland

Yet another FA Cup upset was caused by League One’s Bradford City, this time against Sunderland, as Phil Parkinson’s men dispatched of Premier League opposition for the second time this year. Here are some of the main talking points from today’s fifth round tie. 5. The pitch The surface today at Valley Parade certainly wasn’t conducive to attractive football. Sunderland struggled …

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The FA Cup: Five Possible Upsets This Weekend

It’s FA Cup third round weekend and here we look at five ties which could just possibly cause some upsets as plenty of non-league and lower league clubs still find themselves in the mix.  West Brom vs Gateshead  In a time of transition for West Brom this could be a tougher test than it first looks. Gateshead, currently 11th in the …

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Sky Bet Championship – Matchday 5 Review

Matchday Five in the Sky Bet Championship is over and a few teams are standing out with some great early showings, while others are standing out for the wrong reasons with some second-rate performances. With this round of fixtures over the Championship is taking a two week break due to the International Break which is accommodating friendlies and European Championship …

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