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Watch: Irish Prospect Conor Shaughnessy Supplies Beautiful Assist For Leeds V Ipswich


Leeds United continued their strong start to the new Championship season with victory against Ipswich on Saturday, with Irish prospect Conor Shaughnessy creating one of the goals. The 21-year-old has become something of a fixture in the Leeds starting lineup under new manager Thomas Christiansen, and his contribution for the opener will mean that he’s going some way to solidifying …

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Quiz: Can You Name The 18-Man Squad From Ireland’s First Clash With Georgia In 2003?

European Championship Qualifier 11/6/2003 Republic of Ireland vs Georgia Manager Brian Kerr and assistant manager Chris Highton

Ireland and Georgia have something of an interesting record against each other, even though it only dates back around fourteen years. Since those Euro 2004 qualifiers, the two nations have met in the campaigns for the 2010 World Cup, Euro 2016 and now the 2018 World Cup in what is becoming a regular occurrence. Of the eight previous encounters between Ireland …

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15 Years On From Saipan Mick McCarthy Says He Wouldn’t Change A Thing

World Cup 2002 Republic of Ireland 21/5/2002 Manager Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane pass each other during training Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Andrew Paton

Fifteen years on from that famous incident in Saipan, which threatened to derail the Republic of Ireland’s 2002 World Cup preparations, former Ireland manager Mick McCarthy has reflected on the events involving Roy Keane’s departure from the Irish training camp and the summer of debate that followed. Speaking to Second Captains’ Richie Sadlier, the Ipswich Town boss said he had no …

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