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    Parrott is spurred on for future success

    The Republic of Ireland national side is at something of a crossroads, with Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane leaving. Mick McCarthy is tasked with holding things together in the short term, before making way for the chosen one, Stephen Kenny. After a poor run of results (cough) with the under 21s that has gone back […] More

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    McCarthy confirmed as Ireland manager for two years

    Mick McCarthy has been confirmed as the new Republic of Ireland manager, with Stephen Kenny set to replace him after Euro 2020. McCarthy assumes the role of senior manager for the second time, while Kenny will leave League of Ireland champions Dundalk to take over the U21 team. Former Wolves boss Terry Connor  and Robbie […] More

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    Cork win latest battle in ongoing war

    “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” American Football coach Red Sanders first enshrined that line in the sporting lexicon some six decades ago, its staying power having stood the test of time right through those intervening years. Athletes the world over have built careers atop that rock of wisdom, the need to go above […] More

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    Kenny hoping for “one of the great performances in Irish football history”

    Stephen Kenny says the prospect of playing Celtic in the Champions League “is a marvellous incentive” to overcome Rosenborg tonight. Dundalk must score against the Norwegian side in Trondheim tonight if they are to progress to the next round of qualifiers after a 1-1 draw at Oriel Park last week. David McMillan put the Lilywhites […] More