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    Kenny replaces McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager

    Stephen Kenny has replaced Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect, the FAI has confirmed. Both managers have agreed to the change due to the ongoing delays to the European Championship play-offs caused by the coronavirus pandemic. McCarthy’s contract was due to expire on July 31st, with the Boys in Green originally […] More

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    Ireland draw Bulgaria, Finland and Wales in Nations League

    The Republic of Ireland have drawn Bulgaria, Finland and Wales in League B of the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League. Stephen Kenny will be at the helm for the Boys in Green’s campaign in Group 4, which will see Ireland face Wales in the competition for the second year running. The matches against Bulgaria, Finland and […] More

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    Coleman to miss Euro 2020 play-off

    Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Seamus Coleman will miss the upcoming Euro 2020 play-off against Slovakia. The Ireland captain hobbled off with a thigh injury in the 28th minute of Everton’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United in the Premier League last weekend, and won’t be available for the trip to Bratislava […] More

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    Report: Coventry signs new West Ham deal

    Republic of Ireland underage international Conor Coventry has signed a new long-term contract at West Ham. The Guardian reports that the Hammers have tied down the 19-year-old midfielder on a three-and-a-half-year deal amid interest from a number of clubs. Coventry’s previous deal was set to expire in the summer. Midfielder Coventry, who is part of […] More

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    Midweek Roundup: Cunningham and Williams hit milestones

    This article was originally published on Irish Abroad, who you can follow on Twitter here. Tuesday, 1st October 2019 Championship Blackburn 1-1 Nottingham Forest Coincidentally, both Greg Cunningham and Derrick Williams made their 250th career start in this game Wigan 1-0 Birmingham City In his first appearance in two months, Anthony Pilkington scored his first goal of […] More

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    This article was originally published on Irish Abroad, who you can follow on Twitter here. Friday, 27th September 2019 Championship Stoke City 2-3 Nottingham Forest James McClean scored his fifth goal for Stoke, all of which have been in the league League 1 Blackpool 2-1 Lincoln City Sean Scannell ‘s opener was his first goal […] More

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    Midweek Roundup: Amond scores his fifth goal of the season

    This article was originally published on Irish Abroad, who you can follow on Twitter here. Tuesday, 17th September 2019 League 1 Bristol Rovers 1-1 Gillingham Thomas O’Connor scored his first goal of his career Portsmouth 2-2 Burton Albion John-Joe O’Toole was sent off for the second time for Burton, 11 months after his last red […] More

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    Weekend Roundup: Collins, Maguire and Hendrick find the net

    This article was originally published on Irish Abroad, who you can follow on Twitter here. Saturday, 14th September 2019 Premier League Brighton and Hove Albion 1-1 Burnley Jeff Hendrick marked his 100th appearance in the Premier League with his first goal of the season Sheffield United 0-1 Southampton David McGoldrick made his 50th appearance for […] More

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    Weekend Roundup: Hogan scores, Amond hits milestone

    Saturday, 17th August 2019 Premier League Everton 1-0 Watford Seamus Coleman was booked for the first time since October 2018 Championship Barnsley 2-2 Charlton Josh Cullen was booked for the first time this season Stoke City 2-2 Derby County Scott Hogan scored his first goal for loan club Stoke in his 100th appearance in the […] More

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    Weekend Roundup: Maguire scores, Obafemi returns

    Saturday, 10th August 2019 Premier League Seven Irish players were named in the starting XI of today’s Premier League games for the first time since January 2018  Bournemouth 1-1 Sheffield United Sheffield United are the first team to name four Irish players in the starting XI of a Premier League game since Burnley in May […] More

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    Dundalk beat Riga on penalties

    Dundalk have beaten Riga on penalties to reach the second round of Champions League qualifiers. The Lilywhites beat the Latvian champions 5-4 on penalties following a scoreless stalemate after extra time. Gary Rodgers saved two spot kicks in the shootout – another flew over the crossbar – with Sean Hoare keeping his cool to score […] More

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    Richie Towell joins Salford City

    Richie Towell has joined Salford City on a free transfer. The Irish midfielder has spent the last two years on loan at Rotherham United from Brighton, but has now moved to the newly promoted League Two club owned by the Class of ’92. Towell says Salford are a club “with a lot of ambition”, and the […] More

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