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Watch: Aiden McGeady Scores Yet Another Screamer For Preston

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 14: A defeated Aiden McGeady of the Republic of Ireland applauds the crowd after the EURO 2016 Group D Qualifier match between Scotland and Republic of Ireland at Celtic Park on November 14, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Aiden McGeady continued his fine domestic form for Preston by scoring another cracking goal in the Championship. McGeady netted his eight Championship goal of the season as North End went down 3-2 to Huddersfield Town. McGeady has enjoyed a renaissance under Simon Grayson since joining on loan from Everton last summer. McGeady’s form has been particularly impressive since Christmas where …

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The Inclusions Of Sean Maguire & Cillian Sheridan Are Essential For Ireland Long Term

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin 17/3/2017 Shamrock Rovers vs Cork City Cork CityÕs Sean Maguire celebrates scoring a penalty and the winning goal

Martin O’Neill needs to blood the likes of Sean Maguire and Cillian Sheridan to ensure Ireland have a solution to the country’s long term attacking issues. Robbie Keane’s long anticipated retirement last summer brought with it the never-ending concerns that Ireland’s attacking department has entered a critical point. Strangely, Ireland’s current strikers have some of the best goal scoring records …

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Ronald Koeman Provides Heartening Positivity As Séamus Coleman Begins Recovery

DUBLIN, IRELAND - MARCH 24: Ireland player Seamus Coleman in action during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Republic of Ireland and Wales at Aviva Stadium on March 24, 2017 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Ronald Koeman’s visit to Ireland will no doubt boost the recovery of Ireland defender Séamus Coleman following a horrific broken leg in a clash with Welsh defender Neil Taylor during last month’s World Cup qualifier in Dublin. Coleman is currently recuperating at home in Donegal and was visited by Koeman and Everton captain Phil Jagielka yesterday as well as fitness …

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Seamus Coleman Expected To Return To Action Sooner Than Anticipated

Seamus Coleman was the subject of signs of support at Goodison Park on Sunday as Everton fans held banners aloft for their stricken defender who was injured in the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup qualifier with Wales last month following a horror tackle by Neil Taylor. While the worldwide support will boost the 28-year-old’s morale, reports today suggest the Irish captain could …

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Eamon Dunphy And John Giles Call For Roy Keane To Stop Giving Ireland Press Conferences

Ireland’s recent World Cup qualifier seems to have devoted as much attention to the managers’ media comments than the actual game itself, and now the legendary punditry duo Eamon Dunphy and John Giles have given their take. Seamus Coleman’s broken leg aside, the biggest talking points to come from that match at the Aviva were in relation to Roy Keane’s …

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James McCarthy Could Miss Ireland’s Tie With Austria

Everton's James McCarthy during Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Everton at White Hart Lane, London, 05 Mar 2017 (Photo by Kieran Galvin/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

James McCarthy is already a doubt for Ireland’s clash against Austria in June. According to the Irish Independent, the Everton midfielder could be ruled out for the Dublin clash with his ongoing hamstring injury again playing havoc with his season. McCarthy missed Ireland’s draw against Wales after aggravating the problem during the warm up for the game. The ex-Wigan man …

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Niall Quinn Launches Staunch Defence Of Martin O’Neill In Ronald Koeman Spat

O'Neill Koeman Quinn

Niall Quinn has waded feet first into the increasingly petulant spat between Everton manager Ronald Koeman and Ireland boss Martin O’Neill. The row between Koeman and O’Neill, which has been played out via the media and in full view of the public, centres  (as it usually does) around James McCarthy, the midfielder suffering from a hamstring strain which was aggravated …

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