As Ireland makes plans for Euro 2012, Andrew McCarten looks at a man who will be touch and go to make the trip.
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Scott Parker has been drawing a lot of praise for his recent Spurs performances and Ciaran Kelly looks at the midfielder’s career to date.
Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at an important decade ahead for Irish international football.
Ciaran Kelly takes us back 15 years to the day with a look at one of the worst signings in West Ham’s history.
Neil O’Hara shares his thoughts on the growing influence of diving in the modern game.
“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” — Victor Hugo You are sitting in your dark room; smoking off your cigs and lungs, the night has darkened everything but the light of your monitor screen and the moonlight creeping inside your room off your window signals some […]
Under fire Ipswich Town manager Roy Keane has today been given the club’s backing despite an horrendous start to the season that has seen them pick up just five points from their opening ten games, leaving them rooted to the bottom of the Championship. When asked to comment on the situation, chief executive Simon Clegg […]
Ian Walsh brings us his weekly column Home Views, where he looks at Irish football and players. Today, he examines why Shane Supple decided to quit football with Ipswich Town for ventures elsewhere. A little over a month ago Shane Supple walked away from Ipswich Town just weeks after being awarded a lucrative new contract […]