Andrew Smith explores whether or not the so called minnows of Europe are showing improvement and becoming more competitive.
Posts Tagged ‘northern ireland’
As we approach the home stretch of Euro 2016 qualification, the competition looks as open as ever, with the potential for an unexpected winner, writes Ellis King
Northern Ireland are in the midst of their best qualifying campaign for years, evoking memories of when they almost went to Euro 84, writes Aidan Williams.
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.
Alan Moore discusses the lack of top brass support when it comes to having major sporting events in Ireland.
An analysis on the discussion of the Irish player eligibility matter discussed at the 50th plenary session of the British Irish Parliamentary Assembly.
Rich Nelson looks at the upcoming game between Northern Ireland and Finland which will see an international first for the hosts.
With four teams still in with a shout of winning the Danske Bank Premiership, Matt Gault looks an exciting title race.
After decades of disappointment competition qualification is a genuine possibility for Northern Ireland, as Dean Murray writes.
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.