With the two countries due to meet in Dublin, Philip Greene discusses the mixed fortunes of Ireland and Scotland.
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In the wake of the controversy surrounding FIFA, there are now more questions to be answered regarding the FAI, writes Daniel Collins.
With Copa America 2015 under a week away Ellis King identifies the most influential attacker each nation has to offer.
With Holland slipping up again, Danny T Owen looks at how far they have fallen, and why the absence of Nigel De Jong could be key.
As England prepare to play their World Cup opener against France on Tuesday, Lisa Higgins looks at the prospects for the lionesses.
Philip Greene weighs in on the Jack Grealish debate ahead of tomorrow’s game between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium.
Alan Moore discusses irony in the context of the latest FIFA revelations, as well as past World Cup bids under Sepp Blatter’s watch.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little look at a big week for FIFA and preview the Champions League Final, as well as Ireland’s clash with England.
Ahead of this week’s clash between Ireland end England, Gerry Farrell looks at the history around fixtures between the two nations.
The 2015 Women’s World Cup is promising to be the biggest tournament yet, for both the sport and Canada, as Lisa Higgins explains.