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The Lions’ Den: England Squad Named

England manager Roy Hogdson has named his squad for the upcoming clash with Ireland at Wembley. There’ll be no switch of allegiance for young Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy. He earns his first call-up to the senior side. Meanwhile, Ashley Cole, who will celebrate his 100th appearance, could captain the team as could Wayne Rooney against the country of his grandmother’s birth. Continue reading →

Pilkington Says I Do for Wembley Date

Giovanni Trapattoni has named his provisional Irish squad for the upcoming bumper four match series involving the World Cup qualifier with the Faroe Islands and the glamour fixtures with England in Wembley and Spain in New York. Norwich’s Anthony Pilkington is included but is due to be married in the middle of the packed two-week schedule. Continue reading →

Win the Ultimate Fan’s Experience with Heineken’s Road to the Final

With Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Borussia Dortmund battling it out to reach the UEFA Champions League decider, Heineken has unveiled the latest instalment of its ‘Road to the Final’ campaign with the launch of a brand new TV ad. To celebrate, Heineken is offering one lucky Irish fan and three friends an opportunity to get a seat at this season’s competition finale in London. Continue reading →

Sponsored Post: Heineken – Road to the Final

We’ve already seen some exceptional drama in the Champions League this week as the tournament builds to a thrilling conclusion in Wembley Stadium. The two German clubs Dortmund and Bayern will join La Liga’s Barca and Real Madrid in the final four after an amazing series of quarter-final games. Champions League sponsors Heineken’s brilliant new ad asks Póg Mo Goal followers, if you were lucky enough to get your hands on a golden ticket, which road to the final would you take? Continue reading →

Wembley to NYC: Game On for Irish

Giovanni Trapattoni’s mobile bill is set to soar this summer as he’ll need to name a bumper Irish panel to cater for a gruelling four matches in two weeks. There’s sure to be room for squad hopefuls and possible recalls as Ireland prepare for a historic meeting with England in Wembley, a World Cup qualifier, and a reunion with Spain in New York. Continue reading →

The Return of Ronaldinho

The day after he turned 21, all eyes at Wembley will be on Brazil’s latest superstar Neymar but the followers of the Selecao will also be hailing the return of another hero, the grinning teeth and smiling feet of the one they call Ronaldinho Gaúcho. Continue reading →