Ciaran Kelly ponders what comes next for the Republic of Ireland when Giovanni Trapattoni’s tenure comes to an end.
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In gloomy times for the Republic of Ireland, Ciaran Kelly looks at a youngster who may bring some brightness.
Ahead of Ireland’s opening game tomorrow, Ciaran Kelly looks at the man in charge – Giovanni Trapattoni.
Irish writer Daniel Collins discusses the Irish eligibility issue which can see Northern Irish born footballers play for the Republic.
The all-Irish national team debate has cropped up again. This time, Gerry Adams and his Sinn Féin friends are behind a merger writes Daniel Collins.
Ryan Kelly looks at a problem that is all too common for League of Ireland clubs when selling their better players.
Ciaran Kelly shares his thoughts on the outstanding Premier League performers this season.
Daniel Collins takes a deeper look at the issue of politics in Irish football which has come to the fore again recently.
Daniel Collins looks at the reasons why players born in the north of Ireland have been declaring for the Republic.
Ciaran Kelly on Sunderland midfielder James McClean, who has played himself into contention for a Euro 2012 place since his move from Derry City.