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Promising Ireland U21 Defender Signs New Contract At Liverpool

UEFA Under 21 Championship 2019 Qualifying Round Group 5, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin 9/10/2017 Republic of Ireland vs Israel Ireland’s Corey Whelan

Liverpool under-23 captain Corey Whelan has agreed a new contract to keep him at Anfield for the foreseeable future. The Irish U21 international, who has been at the club for around a decade despite only turning 20 last Sunday, has put pen to paper on new terms with the club that he has been a lifelong fan of. ✍️ Congratulations, …

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Watch: Ryan Manning Scores 25-Yard Screamer For QPR’s Under-23s

Ryan Manning continued to build a reputation for himself with a well-taken strike for QPR’s under-23s on Friday afternoon.   The Galwegian scored a left-footed effort from outside the box as his side defeated Barnsley 3-2. Manning was also recently named in Noel King’s Irish under-21 side to take on Azerbaijan and will hope to reproduce the same magic in …

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Noel King Names Exciting Ireland Under-21 Side To Face Azerbaijan

5 March 2014; Republic of Ireland manager Noel King. UEFA Under 21 Championship Qualifier, Republic of Ireland v Montenegro, Tallaght Stadium, Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: Piaras O Midheach / SPORTSFILE (Photo by Sportsfile/Corbis via Getty Images)

Noel King has announced his Ireland under-21 side for the clash against their Azerbaijan counterparts in Baku next month’s U21 European Championship qualifier. There are some familiar faces in the squad with regulars Josh Cullen, Harry Charsley and Reece Grego-Cox again called upon along with exciting prospects Declan Rice of West Ham and Connor Ronan of Wolves – both of …

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Noel King’s Ireland Under-21 Side Receive Tough European Championships Draw

UEFA Under 21 EURO 2017 Qualifier, RSC, Waterford 2/9/2016 Republic of Ireland vs Slovenia Republic of Ireland manager Noel King Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Ireland’s under-21 side face a tough task in reaching the 2019 European Championships in Italy. The underage Boys in Green have been drawn against Germany, Israel, Norway, Azerbaijan and Kosovo. Noel King’s side have failed to impress in their last several Euro qualifying campaigns, with the 2015 version resulting in a fourth place finish behind Italy, Serbia and Slovenia. This …

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O’Neill & O’Donoghue’s Relationship Reminiscent Of The Cosell-Ali Dynamic

Three International Friendly, Turner's Cross, Cork 31/5/2016 Republic of Ireland vs Belarus Martin O'Neill announces his squad for Euro 2016 to RTE's Tony O'Donoghue Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Since Martin O’Neill took charge of the Ireland team there have been far more ups than downs. RTÉ’s Tony O’Donoghue has been there to cover them all. The pair’s post-match interviews have ranged from spiky disagreement to mutual jubilation. There is, though, an underlying mutual respect throughout. The RTÉ man isn’t afraid to ask difficult questions and O’Neill doesn’t hold …

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Ex-Waterford United Man Called-Up To Ireland U-21 Squad

Ex-Waterford United man and Accrington Stanley loanee Sean Maguire has been called-up to Noel King’s Irish under-21 side ahead of their game against Andorra tomorrow night.  That qualifying match ironically brings Maguire back to where it all started at his former club Waterford United’s home ground. Currently on-loan at Accrington Stanley from West Ham, manager King is pleased to have someone …

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Pundit Arena’s Top 20 Post-Game Interviews

In light of Kieran Donaghy’s outburst on Sunday, we rank our twenty most entertaining post-game interviews. Did we leave any out? Let us know! 20. Rampage Jackson dry-humps reporter! He may be a beast in the Octagon, but it looks like Rampage Jackson also has a ‘softer’ side. Although it may not be too soft after this… _____ 19. Roy …

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The Obscure Irish XI: A Team Of Cult Heroes

The Republic of Ireland senior football team has enjoyed (and endured) a storied past. From the high points of Italia ’90 to the embarrassment of Euro 2012, there have been many ups and downs. Central to this fluctuating past was the ’emergence’ of certain obscurities. Names like Lapira,  Branagan and O’Cearuill left lasting impressions. The PA Team decided to sit down and create a team …

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