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It’s said that familiarity breeds contempt which, depending on who you ask is starting to become true for Ireland and their newest international rivals, writes Ryan Kilbane.
From 17-24 November the Goal Hanger is hosting a gallery in Angel, Islington, London featuring some of the biggest football illustrators such as David Squires and prints signed by BBC’s John Motson.
Jamie Whelan charts Bohemians’ journey over the last ten years, from the abyss and back again, near collapse to a return to European competition.
The Dalymount Park redevelopment will see one of Ireland’s most storied clubs leave their home for a complex groundshare with their north Dublin neighbours.
Ian Wright visits Dennis Bergkamp at his home in the Netherlands and the interview is superb viewing.
Troy Parrott is the name on many Spurs’ and Ireland fans’ lips right now. And this season he may find himself with more opportunity to play for the first team. With Fernando Llorente’s departure and with no replacement thus far, could Parrott be in line to become Harry Kane’s back-up?
In his second spell in charge, is Mick McCarthy about to lead Ireland back to the big time?
Conor Hourihane has fought his way up from the very bottom of the English football pyramid. Now his best may be yet to come.
Rick Stolk is a photographer from The Netherlands. For 3 years he’s been capturing empty football pitches around Italy.
Ryan Kilbane explores how the Ireland under 21s win against Sweden can show the blueprint for a potential future.