Philip Greene takes a look at Ireland’s Euro 2016 qualifying campaign and the tactical fluidity employed by Martin O’Neill.
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Philip Greene discusses Ireland’s win over Germany and how the historic win could be a springboard to a ‘new Ireland’.
Daniel Collins gives his take on the FAI and whether Ireland should continue to pursue players who qualify for the national side through grandparents.
The chance to the return to the Premier League with Leiecester may be attractive for Martin O’Neill, but he should stay the course, writes Patrick Mills.
Gerry Farrell dips his toe into the muddy water that is the international future of Aston Villa starlet Jack Grealish.
Alan Nolan looks at some of the players who could freshen up the Ireland squad ahead of the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
A loss in Scotland means Ireland have no room for error as they welcome group leaders Poland to Lansdowne Road.
James Hunt believes that getting rid of Gus Poyet won’t solve the bigger issues at the Stadium of Light.
James Nolan looks at some of the candidates to take over the Irish captain’s armband from Robbie Keane.
The build-up was destined to be overshadowed by events off the field, but Ireland are in good shape to grab a result when it matters in Glasgow,