Kevin Brannigan explores if the reality of the 1990s jars with our memories
With the news of his appointment as General Manager of Linfield, former Shelbourne, Bohemian, Shamrock Rovers and Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon will be treading a path he has done before in his playing days.
On a trip to Paris, Kevin Brannigan takes in a Red Star game, who provide an alternative to the commercialism on show at Parc Des Princes, for locals and tourists alike.
In 1996, the IRA exploded a bomb in the centre of Manchester. Years later, former commander of that organisation-turned politician, Martin McGuinness sat down with a Manchester United fanzine to discuss his love for the club. It was a peculiarity probably confined to the north of England and Irish mentality, writes Kevin Brannigan.