Alan Moore returns with another column, this time discussing the fine lines surrounding patriotism in Russia.
Posts Tagged ‘James McClean’
James McClean’s decision to not wear a poppy while playing Premier League football is about to become a hot topic of conversation once again.
Daniel Collins gives his take on the FAI and whether Ireland should continue to pursue players who qualify for the national side through grandparents.
Daniel Collins discusses the the hollow advice offered to James McClean by FIFA’s Jim Boyce.
Daniel Collins takes a look into the curious context of national anthem disengagement following the latest incident involving James McClean.
Daniel Collins believes it’s time to put the fuss over James McClean and his stance on the poppy to bed.
An analysis on the discussion of the Irish player eligibility matter discussed at the 50th plenary session of the British Irish Parliamentary Assembly.
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.
Ciaran Kelly looks at the Italian who is set for a new challenge after this year’s World Cup.
Ciaran Kelly on the man who is favourite to take over from Giovanni Trapattoni.