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Goolbridge

Goolbridge is an amazing new football t-shirt brand from Spanish illustrator Jorge Lawerta. With designs featuring the unique style of the Valencia artist it is one for true football culture fans. Continue reading →

He is Zlatan

Ireland will open their Euro 2016 campaign against Sweden in the Stade de France on June 13. All eyes will be on their mercurial frontman, the main threat we must snuff out. Reposting from Póg Mo Goal magazine #1, He is Zlatan. Continue reading →

Andriy’s Final Farewell

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost four years since Euro 2012, a tournament that delivered its fair share of drama and memorable moments. One of these, writes Adam Murphy, was the brace from Andriy Shevchenko that saw his Ukraine side beat Sweden in their opening group game. Continue reading →

Up the Duff – The Comeback Kid

He’s had to wait almost two years between his first and second caps but an impressive display in his home debut against Switzerland has some tipping Shane Duffy for a place in Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad. Having suffered a life-threatening injury on international duty six years ago, the Derry native knows all about comebacks. Continue reading →

The Reign of Zidane

He’s the man of the moment. Zinedine Zidane takes charge at Real Madrid, becoming the youngest manager in twenty years, the latest chapter in an extraordinary career. From World Cup glory to infamy, Champions League wonder goals, to documentaries, Zizou is a legend of the game. Continue reading →

He is Zlatan

Ireland will open their Euro 2016 campaign against Sweden in the Stade de France on June 13. All eyes will be on their mercurial frontman, the main threat we must snuff out. Reposting from Póg Mo Goal magazine #1, He is Zlatan. Continue reading →

All to Play Off For…10 Talking Points

Before the Germany clash in Dublin, we’d have taken a play-off spot with both hands but humbling the world champions caused Irish fans to dream. A frustrating night in Warsaw raised doubts again but Ireland still have a shot at Euro glory. At the end of a qualifying campaign with a final act to play, here’s ten talking points. Continue reading →