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Done Deal: Robbie Brady Finally Completes Move To Burnley

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria 12/11/2016 Austria vs Republic of Ireland Robbie Brady of Ireland

An entire month’s worth of transfer speculation has finally come to an end with confirmation that Robbie Brady has completed his move to Burnley. The Irish international looked at one point to be on his way to Crystal Palace, especially after the Eagles agreed an initial £9m fee with Norwich last week, but they backed out of the deal once …

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Robbie Brady Turns Down Sunderland Apporach

WEST BROMWICH, ENGLAND - MARCH 19: Robbie Brady of Norwich City celebrates scoring his team's first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City at The Hawthorns on March 19, 2016 in West Bromwich, United Kingdom. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Robbie Brady reportedly turned down a move to Sunderland with manager David Moyes suggesting he had an interest in bringing the Dubliner to the Stadium of Light. The Independent reported that Brady was offered a route back into the Premier League with the struggles. In fact, Brady seems to have been just one of a number of players to reject the …

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Colm Horgan Named New Captain Of Galway United

Irish Daily Mail FAI Senior Cup Second Round, Dalymount Park, Dublin 20/5/2016 Bohemians vs Galway United Bohemians' Ayman Ben Mohamed with Colm Horgan of Galway United Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Galway United fans are eagerly awaiting the new campaign to kick-off next month, with the visit of neighbours Sligo Rovers to Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday evening for the first pre-season game of the year. United fans have reason to be optimistic this season under a new management team led by former Wexford Youths manager Shane Keegan. Keegan has made …

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Robbie Brady’s Move To Crystal Palace Looks To Have Fallen Apart

2016 UEFA European Championship Round Of 16, Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Lyon, France 26/6/2016 Republic of Ireland vs France Ireland's Robbie Brady at the end of the game

Sunderland have accepted a 14-million pound offer for Patrick Van Aanholt meaning that their pursuit of Robbie Brady looks to be over. Sky Sports have reported that the 26 year old who joined the Black Cats in 2014 from Chelsea looks set to team up with former Sunderland boss Sam Alardyce at Selhurst Park. With both teams in a relegation dog …

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Noel King’s Ireland Under-21 Side Receive Tough European Championships Draw

UEFA Under 21 EURO 2017 Qualifier, RSC, Waterford 2/9/2016 Republic of Ireland vs Slovenia Republic of Ireland manager Noel King Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Ireland’s under-21 side face a tough task in reaching the 2019 European Championships in Italy. The underage Boys in Green have been drawn against Germany, Israel, Norway, Azerbaijan and Kosovo. Noel King’s side have failed to impress in their last several Euro qualifying campaigns, with the 2015 version resulting in a fourth place finish behind Italy, Serbia and Slovenia. This …

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Crystal Palace Agree Deal With Norwich To Sign Robbie Brady [Guardian]

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Stadion Rajko Mitic, Belgrade, Serbia 5/9/2016 Serbia vs Republic of Ireland Ireland's Robbie Brady

The chase for Robbie Brady’s signature looks to have been won, with the Guardian reporting that Crystal Palace have had a bid accepted for the Irish international. As many as eight Premier League and Championship clubs were in the hunt for the winger at one point, with Leicester, Burnley and Newcastle among the standout interested parties. However, the report claims that …

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Munster Confirm Three New Signings And Six Contract Extensions

Chris Farrell of Grenoble during the Top 14 match between Racing 92 and Grenoble on November 19, 2016 in Colombes, France. (Photo by Dave Winter/Icon Sport) (Photo by Dave Winter/Icon Sport via Getty Images)

Munster have confirmed three new players to be added to their ranks next season, as well as tying six current players down for a longer period of time. Rassie Erasmus’ rejuvenated side have been in flying form recently, securing a home Champions Cup quarter-final against Toulouse as well as sitting in second place in the Pro12 table. While tentative speculation surrounding …

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