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Ireland’s Euro 2020 Playoff Path Confirmed

Euro 2020

The Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2020 playoff path was confirmed at a draw on Friday morning. If they are to reach the tournament, they will have to come through two away games.  Ireland failed to qualify directly for Euro 2020, finishing third in qualification Group D behind Switzerland and Denmark, a result that was confirmed on Monday night following a …

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Euro 2020 Seeding Confirmed Ahead Of Draw On Friday

The Republic of Ireland still have a chance to reach Euro 2020 despite finishing third in Group D behind Switzerland and Denmark. On Monday night, Denmark confirmed their spot at Euro 2020 at Ireland’s expense thanks to the 1-1 draw in Dublin. Mick McCarthy’s side must now beat Slovakia away in a one-legged playoff semi-final on March 26, 2020. Should …

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Damien Delaney Calls For Kenny To Replace McCarthy Before Euro 2020 Playoffs

Damien Delaney has called for Stephen Kenny to immediately replace Mick McCarthy as the Republic of Ireland manager following the team’s failure to qualify automatically for Euro 2020. Kenny, the Ireland Under-21 coach, will succeed McCarthy as the senior team manager in August 2020. However, following the 1-1 draw with Denmark on Monday night, which confirmed Ireland’s place in a …

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Player Ratings As Spirited Ireland Draw With Denmark In Dublin

The Republic of Ireland 1 Denmark 1. Ireland have failed to qualify directly for Euro 2020 and will need to come through a Nations League play-off next March after failing to beat the old enemy Denmark in Dublin. Mick McCarthy’s side were aggressive, spirited and committed, and the Danes did not, by any means, set the world alight at the …

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Ireland Confirm Matchday Squad For Crucial Qualifier With Denmark

Ireland Squad

The Republic of Ireland have confirmed their matchday squad for tonight’s crucial Euro 2020 qualifier with Denmark.  The Boys In Green know that if they secure a win tonight they will secure a spot in next summer’s European Championships while a loss will see Mick McCarthy’s side go through to the Nations League playoffs as the final opportunity to clinch …

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Troy Parrott: Walking Out In The Green Jersey In My Hometown Was The Best Feeling I’ve Ever Had

Troy Parrot is now the third-youngest player to represent the Republic of Ireland.  At 17 years and 283 days, Parrott became the youngest player to play for Ireland since Robbie Keane in 1998 with his appearance against New Zealand and he marked the occasion with an assist. In Ireland’s 3-1 win over the All Whites at a bitterly-cold, and sparsely …

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Player Ratings As Ireland Record Comfortable Victory Over New Zealand

Republic of Ireland 3 New Zealand 1. Mick McCarthy’s much-changed side recorded a comfortable win over modest opposition at a bitterly-cold, and sparsely populated, Aviva Stadium on Thursday night. Derrick Williams, Sean Maguire and Callum Robinson got the goals, after Callum McCowatt opened the scoring for New Zealand. And here is how we rated the Ireland players: Kieran O’Hara – …

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McCarthy Names Exciting Ireland XI To Face New Zealand

Ireland New Zealand

Mick McCarthy has named his Republic of Ireland side to face New Zealand over 24 hours before kick-off in the Aviva Stadium. As previously confirmed, Tottenham striker Troy Parrott will become the youngest player to make his debut since Robbie Keane, who also made his international debut at 17. Parrott is named in an exciting front three alongside Robbie Brady …

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Aaron Connolly An Injury Doubt For Ireland’s Upcoming Games

Aaron Connolly has emerged as an injury doubt for the Republic of Ireland’s upcoming games. Ireland play New Zealand in a friendly on Thursday before facing Denmark in a crucial Euro 2020 qualifier on November 18, a game they must win to qualify for the tournament next summer. Both games will be at the Aviva Stadium and Mick McCarthy could …

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