Ciaran Kelly picks his all time Republic of Ireland team.
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Ciaran Kelly takes a look at Chelsea young gun Daniel Sturridge whose progress could be crucial to the Enlish national team.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
It’s Manchester Derby time again and Neil Sherwin is here to preview the much anticipated clash at Old Trafford.
17 – In number seventeen of Hold The Back Page, Ciarán and Chris talk about Ireland versus Norway, Steven Gerrard’s injury against France, Robert Pires, Michael Jackson look-a-likes, as well as how many people had a bet on Sunderland’s 3-0 win over Chelsea. Cathal Dervan of the Sunday Star is on the line to discuss Trapattoni’s future and the state of the Irish national team, while goalkeeping blogger Aidan Elder talks about Shay Given, Joe Hart and England’s ‘keeper situation. In ‘Tip/Off’ this week, we’ve selected Fulham v Manchester City.
Peter Butler reviews the current England goalkeeping conundrum and looks towards the future.
As Joe Hart returns to Manchester City to battle for the club’s number one shirt, Ben Trasler looks at the plight of the often forgotten sub keeper.
As the song went; “What a difference a year makes”. That can be said for a number of players who have gone from World Cup no-hopers to having a realistic chance of a spot in the 30-man preliminary squad which is announced today. Before this season, Bobby Zamora had spent nearly six years on the [...]
There is a massive selection headache for Ruining Football with the double gameweek for four teams heavily influencing the starting eleven. Another week, another gamble. The subject of this week’s shot in the dark is the returning Aaron Lennon with Tottenham having two massive games that will define their season. The pacy winger has been [...]
The annual PFA award nominations were announced this week, and were again showing a distinct lack of originality and imagination, further questioning the integrity of both the Player of The Year gong and its little brother, the Young Player of The Year. After Ryan Giggs was honoured as the player of the 2008/09 campaign, despite [...]