The latest EURO 2016 podcast reflects on Ireland’s last 16 exit to France and discusses the fallout from England’s shock defeat against Iceland.
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Still riding on a high after a successful European Championships, Ireland should move on and look forward to a successful campaign for the 2018 World Cup, writes Alan Moore.
With Roy Hodgson resigning following the EURO 2016 defeat to Iceland, England are now on the look out for a new manager ahead of the World Cup qualifiers.
Despite Ireland exiting the European Championships, a number of players did their career prospects plenty of good with some excellent performances.
James Fenton describes what Robbie Brady’s dramatic match winner against Italy meant to entire nation.
“Tell mammy send money” read a banner in the crowd as Robbie Brady prolonged stay at EURO 2016 for another week with a late goal against Italy.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little are in celebratory mood after Ireland beat Italy to reach the knockout stage of EURO 2016.
Taking in the action from two very different ends of the soccer spectrum in Philadelphia, Sean Maslin finds much work to do to bridge the divides.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little pick up the pieces from Ireland’s defeat to Belgium, and look at the state of play in the other EURO 2016 groups.
Fikri Jermadi remembers Jimmy Murphy – the man responsible for bringing Wales to the World Cup 58 years ago and holding Manchester United together through tragedy.