Alan Moore took in the friendly between Russia and Lithuania over the weekend as the hosts began their preparations for the next World Cup.
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A single goal from Ciaran Clark was enough for the Republic of Ireland to beat Switzerland at the Aviva Stadium, and Alwyn Robinson was on hand for Back Page Football.
Andy McDougall discusses recent examples of English born footballers turning out for Scotland and whether there is a more elegant solution to the question of nationality in football.
Alan Moore returns with another column, this time discussing the fine lines surrounding patriotism in Russia.
As Japanese coach Toshiya Miura leaves Vietnam, Fikri Jermadi looks back at the silk and steel impact of his reign.
Phillip Greene discusses Ireland’s expectations at Euro 2016 in light of Conor McGregor’s win in Las Vegas.
Thomas Wyer discusses the reasons why China is about to burst onto the scene, both internationally and domestically.
The Republic of Ireland will face Belgium, Sweden and Italy after being drawn in Group for next summer’s European Championships in France.
Feargal Brennan discusses some of the possibilities for Ireland ahead of today’s Euro 2016 draw.
A country with no league system, perennial choking, relegation threats, poor finances – FC Vaduz are at the intersection of it all, writes Sarthak Kumar.