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Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Have Spain finally solved the problem that has haunted them for a decade?
Savour the last chance to watch a true master in action
Back from recent international exile, Toni Kroos dictated the tempo as Germany eased past Scotland.
Ranking the 10 teams most likely to win the Euros
France, England and other sides who are expected to be there or thereabouts.
Was James McClean right about the Stephen Kenny era?
Portugal v Ireland, international friendly
How a sports book ‘no one's going to want to read’ became ‘a masterpiece’
This month
June 2024
Do you agree with our Ireland team to face Portugal?
'I love being under pressure' - The Irishman who marked Mbappe
Robbie Keane to step down as Maccabi Tel Aviv manager
Ireland’s Man of the Match on finally beating a ‘good nation’
Last night’s win should not determine John O’Shea’s future as Ireland manager
The interim boss oversaw an impressive victory against Euros-bound Hungary.
Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Hungary
Ireland v Hungary, International Friendly
Do you agree with our Ireland team to face Hungary?
'We’re trying to be a more high-pressing attacking team... We don't want to just sit in'
'You newspapers like to create headlines about England. I have always been committed to Ireland'
The unlikely hero behind Real Madrid's latest Champions League triumph
Full-back Dani Carvajal had scored just 16 career goals before tonight.
Ireland's teen sensation reflects on a landmark night
Last month
May 2024
Ireland facing relegation as bold attacking gamble fails to pay dividends
Is Damien Duff truly hated?
Caoimhín Kelleher hints at imminent Liverpool exit
'My confidence was at an all-time low. Hopefully, I can get myself into the team now'
Cancer links, environmental concerns and the years-long argument over banning artificial pitches
The use of rubber crumb has caused concern for both health and environmental reasons.
‘I didn't think I'd ever come back… But kids come along and things change’
Ex-Man City youngster impresses Kenny on full League of Ireland debut
Last-gasp Danny Grant goal leaves Stephen Kenny and Pat's frustrated
The former Ireland boss was moments away from his first win since taking over.
'Winning silver in Tokyo was amazing… But it’s hard staying at the top'
Do you agree with our Premier League team of the season?
4 years ago, he was working 8-5 in the US. Now, he’s playing in the Irish top flight
When will Pep Guardiola leave Man City?
Seamus Coleman gives update on Everton future
‘If I mentioned Stuart Lancaster, Ronan O'Gara, Andy Farrell… Who’s our footballing equivalent?’
Aiden McGeady, Martin O'Neill and the crisis at Man United
One year on from Ireland call-up, Farrugia reflects on 'tough' few weeks
The most naturally gifted footballer in Ireland can still be a major asset
'It's great to have him on the pitch. He felt good'
Shamrock Rovers left frustrated by dogged Bohemians
Filip Piszczek had put his side ahead in the first half but Celtic loanee Johnny Kenny responded.
'It's the fiercest derby of them all'
Ahead of tonight’s clash between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers, League of Ireland legend Mark Rutherford recalls playing for both clubs.
Adam McBurney signs for Connacht from Edinburgh
April
April 2024
Redemption for Man United outcast Sancho and 3 other Champions League talking points