Ahead of this Friday’s friendly with the Dutch, James Fenton spoke to Republic of Ireland striker Daryl Murphy who is aiming to net his first goal in green.
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The Republic of Ireland are firm underdogs to progress to the knockout stages of the European Championships but Feargal Brennan believes it can be done.
A look at the options available to Martin O’Neill as he ponders his 23-man Ireland squad for the European Championships.
With just one round of the regular season remaining, just four points separate the top five teams in the A-League, including Perth Glory.
Dale O’Donnell caught up with Irish skipper John O’Shea after last night’s Euro 2016 warm game against Slovakia.
The Republic of Ireland and Slovakia played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at the Aviva Stadium last night, with all goals coming in the first half.
The first round of League of Ireland action kicked-off tonight, Back Page Football’s James Fenton was at Tolka Park to watch Shelbourne host Cobh Ramblers, in a bid to get their season off to the right start in the chase for promotion.
Gerry Farrell presents the greatest eleven of League of Ireland players who’ve pulled on the green shirt, from the recent Bohemians legend Glen Crowe to the legendary Johnny Giles.
Alan Moore returns with another column, this time discussing the fine lines surrounding patriotism in Russia.
Fikri Jermadi recalls how Damien Duff caught everyone’s attention in Malaysia way back in 1997 and how his return six years later signalled his rise to football’s top table.