Póg Mo Goal Magazine

The Norse God of Ewood

From issue 8 of Póg Mo Goal. Signed to replace Damien Duff, Norwegian midfielder Morten Gamst Pederson became an unlikely star at Blackburn Rovers and lit up the Premier League.

The Other Fergie’s Time

From Póg Mo Goal Issue 7. The Ferguson name is revered in football but Alex’s lesser known younger brother Martin cut his coaching teeth in Waterford, writes Cian Manning.

When Roy Took on the World

From issue 7 of Póg Mo Goal. Roy Keane, the driving force leading Ireland to the Far East in 2002 by Craig Banks.

Magazine Feature: The Business of Boots

From the brand new Póg Mo Goal Issue 7. Memorable football boots from the 90s onward have spawned a growing community of enthusiasts and collectors – and some people are making a lot of money.

Póg Mo Goal Magazine Issue 7

The 7th edition of the Póg Mo Goal magazine is now available to order. With added pages Ireland’s only football magazine features excellent feature writing, beautiful photography and illustrations from contributors across the globe.

Magazine feature: The long journey home

Shamrock Rovers are a giant of Irish football but spent years as nomads when forced to leave their south Dublin base. One fixture stands out as the moment the Hoops hit rock bottom, writes Macdara Ferris in Póg Mo Goal magazine Issue 6.

Póg Mo Goal, The Podcast

To coincide with the launch of the brand new Issue 6 of the Póg Mo Goal Magazine, we’ve launched our first-ever podcast, with a difference.