Ireland face the daunting prospect of having to beat Italy in their final Group E game if they are to advance to the knockout stage of EURO 2016.
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Ahead of the Republic of Ireland’s huge game with Belgium on Saturday, there a few talking points around Martin O’Neill’s team selection.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little break down Ireland’s draw with Sweden and look back at the first round of games from EURO 2016.
Paul Little discusses the impact that Jonathan Walters’ injury will have on the Irish team if he forced to miss the rest of EURO 2016.
Ireland’s second game of Euro 2016 sees them take on Belgium in Bordeaux, and here’s a guide to what you can expect from that city.
One of the best Republic of Ireland performances in recent memory wasn’t quite enough to claim three points on Monday evening.
Ahead of Sweden’s first EURO 2016 game tomorrow, Alan Moore looks at what might have been for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Ahead of Ireland’s opening Euro 2016 game against Sweden on Monday, here’s some hints and tips those in Paris.
Martin O’Neill will be the Republic of Ireland’s manager for the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign after agreeing terms on a new two-year deal.
Gerry Farrell rewinds more than five decades to take a look at Ireland’s often forgotten qualifying campaign for the 1964 European Nations’ Cup.