The All-Ireland Rugby World Cup bid underlines how poor a legacy has been left by the Irish soccer boom, writes Dave Donnelly.
Archive for the ‘Ireland’ Category
We’re into the final days of 2014 so there’s no better time to reflect on the year that was and some of the great stories from the past 12 months.
With four teams still in with a shout of winning the Danske Bank Premiership, Matt Gault looks an exciting title race.
Neil Sherwin caught up with Ireland and Perth Glory striker Andy Keogh who has had a great start to his A-League career.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little break down the Champions League action, rate Lionel Messi, and discuss the latest John Delaney fiasco.
Kieran Burke examines the motivations behind the protest during Ireland’s win over the USA.
Photographer Alwyn Robinson attended the Ireland v USA game on behalf of Back Page Football, here’s some of his excellent shots.
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,
After decades of disappointment competition qualification is a genuine possibility for Northern Ireland, as Dean Murray writes.
James McClean shouldn’t need to justify his decision to wear a poppy but it’s the reality of the society we live in, writes Dave Donnelly.