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Irish rapper MuRli has released a powerful new video filmed at Dublin’s Dalymount Park for his song “Till The Wheels Fall Off” written in the aftermath of a racist incident on a football pitch.
Now as a club owner, David Beckham continues to make his mark on the American and world game.
On the Premier League’s return, Sean Cuddy pens a short story, a tale of love and football.
Stephen Kenny must unearth a goalscorer if his Ireland reign is to ignite.
Ahead of his first game in charge, Craig Banks explores the extraordinary rise of new Irish manager Stephen Kenny and the players to watch out for.
Feargal Brennan examines differing trends in migration, new players and their connection with the country and how the Boys in Green are set for a new era led by young players that reflect modern Irish society.
Regardless of what happens next, Newcastle United need to define what they stand for.
The return of the beautiful game is imminent as governments around the world have begun to ease lockdown restrictions and the Premier League inches towards a restart.
During this time of quarantine, Paris store Le Ballon FC has released an exclusive new t-shirt with all proceeds from sales going to purchase PPE for frontline workers in France.
Lou Reed Foster charts Gaizka Mendieta’s journey from Serie A outcast to Middlesbrough marvel.