The build-up was destined to be overshadowed by events off the field, but Ireland are in good shape to grab a result when it matters in Glasgow,
Archive for the ‘European Championships’ Category
After decades of disappointment competition qualification is a genuine possibility for Northern Ireland, as Dean Murray writes.
Gerry Farrell looks back at a monumental result for Ireland against Scotland in 1987.
Ayo Anibaba has a look at three things that England can do in order to stand a better chance in future tournaments, particularly the next European Championships.
Paul Little discusses Roy Hodgson’s decision to give Raheem Sterling a reprieve for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia.
A look at the impressive start made by the home nations as they battle for Euro 2016 qualification.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little revel in Ireland’s dramatic equaliser against Germany, round up the other Euro 2016 talking points, and look ahead to the weekend’s Premier League games.
The international break attracts the ire of many football fans but Conor Kelly believes that it has plenty of offer.
Gerry Farrell rewinds to the last century and looks at one of the most historically important games between Ireland and Germany.
Matthew Amalfitano looks at how the Azzurri have evolved since Antonio Conte was given the job after the World Cup.