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How A Much-Changed Ireland Should Line Up Against Moldova

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Ireland’s slim hopes of qualifying for next year’s World Cup in Russia will almost certainly crumble to dust if they don’t beat Moldova on Friday night. The good news, however, is that the runners-up spot (if not a playoff place) is still very much in Ireland’s hands. The task (but the execution) is simple: two wins from two guarantees second …

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Watch: Aiden McGeady Runs Length Of Pitch To Celebrate In Front Of Former Club’s Fans

What ever happened to not celebrating against your old club? In recent weeks we have seen Romelu Lukaku goad his old club Everton’s fans after finding the net against them at Old Trafford and this afternoon, Irish international Aiden McGeady demonstrated that trotting off with your hands raised in an apologetic manner is fast running out of fashion when he …

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Ireland Facing More Injury Problems Ahead Of Serbia Clash

Dublin , Ireland - 7 June 2017; Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill during squad training at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. (Photo By David Maher/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Ireland’s injury problems could be set to mount ahead of Tuesday night’s must-win World Cup qualifier against Serbia. The 1-1 draw in Tbilisi on Saturday has put a serious dent in Martin O’Neill’s hopes of progressing from the group automatically, but securing all three points at the Aviva will put them back in the driving seat going into the final …

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