Ireland face another arduous World Cup qualifying campaign, but with shifted expectations, they should start playing and winning like favourites, writes Feargal Brennan.
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It was an emotional night at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin as Robbie Keane earned the last of his 146 caps for the Republic of Ireland against Oman.
One of Ireland’s most iconic sporting venues, Dalymount Park, is set to be revamped ahead of Dublin’s hosting of the EURO 2020 group stage and last 16.
The Republic of Ireland’s all-time leading goal scorer Robbie Keane will bring down the curtain on a superb international career next Wednesday.
With the 2018 World Cup qualifiers on the horizon, Patrick Mills picks a few players who could play a part in the Republic of Ireland’s campaign.
Irish website Póg Mo Goal has launched another edition of its superbly put together magazine, with contributions covering a wide variety of topics.
Alan Moore discusses the plight of Belarus champions BATE Borisov in the wake of their Champions League defeat in Ireland against Dundalk.
As the warm summer days of Paris and Bordeaux begin to slowly fade into memories, focus turns to September and Ireland’s chances of World Cup qualification.
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.
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.