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Watch: Cillian Sheridan’s Fine Form Continues For Title Chasers Jagiellonia

Cillian Sheridan

Cillian Sheridan continued his fine form for Jagiellonia in the Ekstraklasa as his side defeated Piast Gliwiche 1-0. Sheridan joined the Polish side in February following two seasons with Cypriot side Omonia. The well travelled Cavan man has also enjoyed exotic spells at CSKA Sofia and APOEL where he appeared in the Champions League. Sheridan could find himself playing Champions League …

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Players To Opt For Other Nations Having Represented Ireland

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - AUGUST 13: Bacary Sagna of Manchester City (L) attempts to black Lynden Gooch of Sunderland (R) shot during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Sunderland at Etihad Stadium on August 13, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Irish football has been long associated with the famous ‘granny rule’. FIFA regulations have served Ireland well with many recruits becoming key players in the past. However, in recent years some players have jumped back to the country of their birth with some Ireland born and raised players even opting to represent other nations. High profile players like Michael Keane, Patrick Bamford …

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What Would A British And Irish Lions Football Squad Look Like?

LENS, FRANCE - JUNE 16: Adam Lallana of England and Aaron Ramsey of Wales compete for the ball during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group B match between England and Wales at Stade Bollaert-Delelis on June 16, 2016 in Lens, France. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

With the Lions squad recently announced, we take a look at a potential British and Irish football Lions squad.  It is impossible to please every fan with these kinds of selections and is always open to opinion and discussion. The following squad consists of 25 players and tries to involve players from each of the five countries. International form is …

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Cork City Legend Colin Healy Calls Time On Lengthy Playing Career

Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Final, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 6/11/2016 Cork City vs Dundalk Cork's Colin Healy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Former Cork City, Sunderland and Celtic man Colin Healy has announced his retirement.  Healy, who recently turned 37, calls time on a career which saw him represent Ireland 13 times whilst winning the Scottish Premier League and Scottish Cup with Celtic as well as the FAI Cup twice with Cork City. Last year’s cup triumph at the Aviva Stadium was …

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Cork City’s John Caulfield Fires Back At Stephen Kenny’s ‘Astonishing Attack’

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Dalymount Park, Dublin 14/4/2017 Bohemians vs Cork City Cork City manager John Caulfield

The rivalry between the League of Ireland’s top two clubs Dundalk and Cork City has escalated with John Caulfield’s response to Stephen Kenny’s remarks last week. Kenny gave an interview to Dundalk’s official website last week in which he bemoaned the lack of penalties his side have ben given in the past year, compared to Cork City’s thirteen in that time. In …

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Watch: St Kevin’s Boys Offer Huge Hope for Irish Football With Genk Victory

St Kevins

The famous St. Kevin’s football club sent out a gentle reminder of the talent that they nurture at schoolboy level after a fantastic 3-0 victory over their Genk counterparts in the under-13 Academy cup. The Shanowen Road side comfortably dispatched the Belgians 3-0 in the prestigious youth tournament that also contains youth sides from Barcelona, Depotivo La Coruna, West Bromwich Albion and …

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