Ireland’s Euro 2016 adventure is continuing in glorious style thanks to one of our greatest ever nights which could inspire a new generation, writes Fionn O’Dea in Lille.
While many predicted Italy to challenge for the title, Azzurri fans had little hope going in to the European Championship. Ahead of Ireland’s do-or-die clash, the Italian’s winning start has come as a surprise, writes Antonio Ferrara.
After Swedish optimism, Irish fans’ hopes were shattered with the Boys in Green beaten in Bordeaux. With one more shot at redemption, we’re down but we’re not out, writes Fionn O’Dea in France.
Belgium’s loss to Italy means they face Ireland in desperate need of a response. Francois Fourneau has the view from Red Devils fans who can’t wait to mix with their Irish counterparts, and though confident they can win, hold some fear of the Boys in Green.
This time the team is matching the Green Army at the European Championship, writes Fionn O’Dea in Paris.
The Republic of Ireland are back on the European stage and ready to face Sweden, Belgium, and Italy at Euro 2016. We outline the reasons for their Green Army of fans to dream.
Shane Long’s sensational winner to down the world champions Germany secured his place in Irish sporting history forever but it is Jon Walters’ battling style which has become the symbol of the team.
An early loan spell with Royal Antwerp means John O’Shea probably understands the Belgium side he’s up against at Euro 2016 better than most Irish players, writes Cian Manning.
Belgium great Enzo Scifo and his forgotten goal at the 1990 World Cup in Italy. Reposting from Póg Mo Goal magazine #1.