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Opinion: Issues Martin O’Neill Needs To Address Before Serbia Match

Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland picked up a point away to Georgia on Saturday night – a result some of the country’s more pessimistic fans may have settled for before kick-off. Having watched the match, even the most optimistic supporters of the Boys in Green will be delighted with the point. The performance has got the football community in Ireland …

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Watch: Roy Keane Can’t Believe The ‘Mind-Boggling’ Transfer Fees In Today’s Market

Republic of Ireland Press Conference, FAI National Training Centre, Dublin 29/8/2017 Assistant Manager Roy Keane

Roy Keane is a man never scared of sharing his thoughts when it comes to any topic of debate in football – and the Ireland assistant manager has just shared his thoughts on the rising prices in transfer markets. Speaking to the assembled press ahead of Ireland’s crucial 2018 World Cup Qualifiers against Georgia and Serbia – Keane was quizzed on his …

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RTÉ Retains Rights To Future Ireland Qualifiers And Tournaments

TOPSHOT - Ireland's midfielder Wesley Hoolahan (R) celebrates with Ireland's midfielder Robert Brady after scoring during the Euro 2016 group E football match between Ireland and Sweden at the Stade de France stadium in Saint-Denis on June 13, 2016. / AFP / PHILIPPE LOPEZ (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

RTÉ have won the rights to broadcast Republic of Ireland football qualifiers up as far as the World Cup 2022, as well as the rights to the following tournaments. The Irish public broadcaster made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon, staving off any potential interest in the rights from rivals such as TV3 and Sky Sports. In a statement, RTÉ Head of Sport Ryle …

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Watch: Kenny Cunningham Drops Absolutely Baffling Piece Of Punditry After Super Cup Final

Kenny Cunningham has sent WhatsApp groups around the country into fits of hysteria with an absolutely baffling comment after Manchester United’s Super Cup clash with Real Madrid. For those who may not have watched a lot of football last season, Ander Herrera was comfortably Manchester United’s standout performer and, when the season came to a close, the Spaniard deservedly won the …

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Multiple Reports Claim Roy Keane Is Being Considered For International Job

With Ireland’s crunch qualifiers against Serbia and Georgia coming up next month, multiple reports are now claiming that Roy Keane is being considered for an intriguing international gig. Couple of reports in Israel claiming they want Roy Keane in charge for the Euro 2020 qualifiers — Paul O’Hehir (@paulohehir) August 8, 2017 Having been dismissed by Ipswich in 2011 after …

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The New Ireland Jersey Is Getting A Much Better Response After The Official Unveiling

On Tuesday morning, some pictures were leaked of the first New Balance Ireland kit and they didn’t get a very good response. Posted on Pundit Arena’s Facebook page, one of the best comments claimed that the jersey was ‘like something your granny would bring back from her holiday in Lanzarote.’ On Twitter, the jersey didn’t do much better with countless …

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Fans Are Absolutely Hating The Supposed New Irish Jersey


Leaked images emerged this morning of what could be New Balance’s first effort as the Republic of Ireland’s official jersey manufacturer. There’s no confirmation as of yet that this will actually be new strip but it has already induced quite the reaction from fans. From the rounded collar to the orange trim to the somewhat unnerving shade of green they …

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