Tony Mogan takes a trip down memory to look at Ireland’s successful under 18 side of 1998 and fills us in on what happened to the players involved.
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Ciaran Kelly delves deep into the character of one of football’s most currently talked about men.
Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at an important decade ahead for Irish international football.
In this week’s Off The Cuff, Ed compiles a top five list of the best and indeed the worse Premier League signings of the season. Keeping up appearances are one half of the Manchester City backline, a heroic defender making his mark in the Midlands, and a certain £20million Italian midfielder who so far hasn’t […]
After Emmanuel Adebayor’s infamous celebration in front of the Arsenal fans a few weeks ago, we’ve had two very contrasting examples of the right way to celebrate after scoring a goal, especially against your old club. As the celebration becomes somewhat of an art form in football, the Michael Jackson moonwalk, the gymnastic somersault or […]
With just over a month of Premier League action behind us, which of this summer’s new signings have impressed the most? BPF looks at ten of the best transfers, including Arsenal’s sterling £10million centre half , Liverpool’s flying wing back and Sunderland’s new star striker. Thomas Vermaelen │ Arsenal The big Belgian defender has become […]
We asked for your views – as well as scouring Irish forum Boards.ie – on the aftermath of tonight’s game against Cyprus on Ireland and their chances of making it to South Africa, the squad and Trapattoni’s tactics. Weakpoint in midfield? Our midfield is shocking, Whelan and Andrews can’t play together, they’re the exact same […]