Where Eagles Dare, Switzerland’s Immigrant Story

Irish teams of the past have relied on the sons of emigrants. As Ireland get set to face Switzerland in a crucial Euro 2020 qualifier, the visitors will boast a side with players whose families fled war and poverty to settle in the Alpine nation, and their football team is reaping the rewards, as Jamie Whelan explores.

Issue 5: The Victory That Got Away?

On their way to becoming the legendary Lisbon Lions, Jock Stein’s Celtic took on a plucky Yugoslavian side who nearly derailed the Hoops’ trophy winning campaign. Jelena Đureinović from Issue 5 of Póg Mo Goal Magazine.

Confectionery Misconceptions

Peeling back the wrapper to discover a treat shrouded with confusion, chaos and hot take opinions – there is more to the simple Tunnocks caramel wafer than what you will read on Twitter, writes Bohemians fan Jamie Whelan on the latest League of Ireland furore.

Is Qatar Ready for the 2022 World Cup?

Thousands of migrant labourers have been holding strikes in Qatar this month as they protest poor working conditions on World Cup 2022 construction sites.

Issue 5: Ticker Tape & Argentinian Steak

For a motley crew of the League of Ireland’s finest, football paradise was found in South America, writes Macdara Ferris from Póg Mo Goal Magazine Issue 5. 

Mark Travers – the cherry atop AFC Bournemouth’s cake

Irish-born goalkeeper, Mark Travers made his debut for AFC Bournemouth against Tottenham Hotspur on the penultimate weekend of the Premier League season and what a debut it was. Without his polished performance, it is unlikely that Bournemouth would have won the game against their illustrious opponents, now bound for the Champions League final.