From issue 7 of Póg Mo Goal. Roy Keane, the driving force leading Ireland to the Far East in 2002 by Craig Banks.
It was our pleasure to play a part in the epic new RTE FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 promo featuring Ruesha Littlejohn which includes an appearance of the Póg Mo Goal magazine.
As the Irish women’s football team prepares to take their bow on the global stage, one player has been blazing her own trail for club and country. Re-posting from Póg Mo Goal Issue 8 by former Irish international Seana Cooke.
Home-grown managers were largely ignored in Ireland until Brian Kerr guided underage teams to Europe’s summit earning a too short-lived stay at the top of the Irish football pyramid. From Póg Mo Goal Issue 7.
As a new documentary charts the extraordinary career of Liam Brady, here we post our profile from Issue 6 of one of the greatest Irish players ever to play the game.
It was thanks to Angel Di María and his goal that Argentina and their divine superstar could finally touch glory at the Copa America. By Bruno Rodrigues from Póg Mo Goal Issue 7.
USA defeating England at the 1950 World Cup is one of football’s all-time greatest upsets but the scorer of the goal, Haitian immigrant Joe Gaetjens, would meet a tragic end in his homeland. From Póg Mo Goal Issue 8.
Velibor ‘Bora’ Milutonović started life fleeing the Nazis and went on to hold a record so unique, it’s unlikely to ever be broken, one that’s spread across 16 years, five World Cups, five countries and three continents. From Póg Mo Goal Issue 7, by Ryan Kilbane.
The iconic Brazilian football shirt became a symbol in the divisive political climate and the Presidential election. Repost from Póg Mo Goal Issue 6 by Bruno Rodrigues.
A magical few weeks in Southeast Asia for Brian Kerr’s young Boys in Green in the late 1990s remains a defining period for Irish football. From Póg Mo Goal Issue 8 by Macdara Ferris.