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.
Feargal Brennan ponders the scenario of Stephen Kenny taking charge for Ireland’s Euro 2020 play-off.
Seamus Coleman, Katie McCabe, Paul McGrath, and Robbie Keane join a host of Irish sports stars to support national efforts to combat COVID-19.
Sheffield United’s Irish contingent is flying the flag in the top flight.
Embed from Getty Images Ireland Host Denmark Needing Full-Three to Qualify for Euro 2020 The good news for Mick McCarthy’s Ireland side is that they have put themselves in position to qualify for Euro 2020 with just one game remaining. […]
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.
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?