Ciaran Kelly on Sunderland midfielder James McClean, who has played himself into contention for a Euro 2012 place since his move from Derry City.
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Ciaran Kelly picks his all time Republic of Ireland team.
Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at an important decade ahead for Irish international football.
Gianfranco Zola turns 45 today and Ciaran Kelly pays tribute to the Chelsea legend.
Ciaran Kelly discusses the lost genius of Joe Cole who, after battling a series of injuries and tough competition at Chelsea, has an uncertain future after a poor season at Liverpool.
Damien Duff has returned to training with the Republic of Ireland squad today after a calf injury kept him out of the weekend’s game with Italy. The winger’s availability for Wednesday’s final qualifier is a boost for coach Giovanni Trapattoni who is without the services of the suspended Glenn Whelan as Montenegro visit Croke Park. […]
London side Fulham have signed Irish international Damien Duff from Newcastle United for a fee believed to be about £4m. The 30-year-old joins the Cottagers on a deal believed to match his Newcastle wages of £60,000 per week. He began his career with Blackburn Rovers, where his new boss Roy Hodgson handed him his first […]