Soccer - Today’s News
Soccer - Tuesday 18 November, 2014
The Ipswich man is having a memorable debut in the Avivam Stadium this evening.
Ireland were looking to end the year on a high against the Americans tonight.
The debutant had an immediate influence as the Irish side went ahead.
Rapes by ‘monsters’ are actually a much rarer disease on the world. The greater epidemic is the violent men that can be found in kitchens, sports grounds and hotel rooms around the world.
Also, Katie Taylor won her first fight at the world championship.
The Irish Sports Council have launched a new campaign.
The Arsenal boss also denied talk of a rift between Alexis Sanchez and the ex-Real Madrid man
If Ireland v USA isn’t as awesome as we hope, there’s plenty more.
When the word ‘house’ has got nothing to do with a living space.
Several changes have been made to the team that were beaten by Scotland on Friday.
“Unless Martin O’Neill gets a grip of it then it’s going to get worse.”
The Argentine attacker says he is focused on winning trophies with the Catalan club this season.
The 26-year-old has agreed to stick with the Saints for next season, while goalkeeper Conor O’Malley has also joined.
“We have targets we are looking at for next summer.” says the Old Trafford boss.
The world game’s governing body believes it has unearthed evidence of misconduct during its investigation into the World Cup bids.
Cyrus Christie and David McGoldrick are set to start, while further changes from the Scotland game are expected.
The Everton boss also says it’s too soon to say if he’ll play this weekend.
Put your knowledge of Ireland’s opponents tonight to the test.
The article appeared on the association’s website.
Come on, relive it and let us know where you were.
“We still have to win at home — everything depends on what happens in our home matches.”
We spoke to the American-based commentator about Jurgen Klinsmann, Robbie Keane and the Martin O’Neill era.
The Beautiful South singer has stepped down as patron of the club.
Soccer - Monday 17 November, 2014
He may not be playing at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow night but the Ireland captain is an example to aspiring footballers.
The Ireland assistant boss is in the headlines again after a tense media showdown at the weekend.
Everything you need to know about Jürgen Klinsmann’s young side.
Who’s the star on top of that tree? It’s YOU.
Today marks the anniversary of the Irish team’s pivotal qualifier with Northern Ireland.
We’ll also have news on a Conor McGregor opponent and a new face at Leinster.
He’s like Giles, Dunphy and Brady rolled into one.
The Aston Villa number one says characters like Keane are needed in the game.
The footballers are on their way to Mexico for the World Cup this month
The Ireland manager also confirmed that Cyrus Christie and David McGoldrick would start tomorrow night.
The Dutch coach thinks Louis van Gaal’s training methods are to blame for the club’s injury crisis.
Bill Kenwright has rubbished the claims made by the Ireland number two.
Alan Madden of Arsene About won’t get many better goals than this.
Robben knows that cutting inside to shoot pays his bills.
The Ireland assistant does not think he’s been a distraction.
The hosts had previously lost every qualifier they competed in since entering the competition for the first time in 1990.
The full-back believes competing for a spot under Brendan Rodgers is helping him to develop.