Dave Wood laments the abrupt ending of a groundbreaking co-managerial era, that an official club statement has described as “the finest sustained spell of success in [Barrow AFC's] 111-year history”.
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There’s an Irishman ripping up the Premier League with his stellar, hard-working performances. Get the lowdown on Sunderland’s new wing wizard James McClean, who joined the club from Derry City last August.
Ryan Kelly looks at the issue of player eligibility which has once again come to the fore through former Northern Ireland international Gerry Armstrong.
Ryan Kelly looks at the progress of promising Irish youngster Shane Duffy who is now getting some game time on loan at Scunthorpe United.
BPF co-editor Neil Sherwin caught up with Republic of Ireland international Liam Miller who has just completed a move to Perth Glory in the A-League.
Following Northern Ireland’s embarrassing 5-0 loss to Ireland in the Nations Cup, Brian Irvine revisits the debate over players and the allegiances.
With Il Trap’s contract with the FAI due to expire after the 2012 European Championships, Willie Gannon looks at what they future may hold for the Italian.
It’s been a difficult few days for the Republic of Ireland with just one point to show from two games, and Neil Sherwin looks at some of Giovanni Trapattoni’s puzzling squad selections.
The Republic of Ireland are to face Brazil in a friendly in March, but the game will be played at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium in London. International sports event promoter Kentaro has announced the fixture, which was given to the FAI as part of a compensation packag for the Thierry Henry handball incident in the World [...]
Cardiff City player, and former captain, Stephen McPhail has been diagnosed with cancer, a club statement has revealed. The statement read: “Cardiff City midfielder Stephen McPhail has been diagnosed with a stage one malt lymphoma, previously known as a pseudo lymphoma. Treatment is expected to last for three weeks with a return to playing football [...]