Ireland Republic - Setanta Cup
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SOCCER RTÉ 2, 11.05pm-0.10am. Discussion ... SOCCER Sky Sports 1 from 4.55pm. European ... (7.45) Czech Republic v Kazakhstan ... SOCCER Sky Sports 5 from 7.40pm ... (7.45) Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland ... (7.45) Faroe Islands v Northern Ireland.
The Morning Sports Briefing
“As has been the case with other World Cup squad selections, there was always going to be some risk-taking when Joe Schmidt and his coaches finalised Ireland's 31-man squad, and uppermost among these is the apparent decision to pick only two ...
Premier League team news
Republic of Ireland internationalHarry Arter remains sidelined with a groin injury. Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is set to hand a first Premier League start to recent recruit Gokhan Inler. Ranieri changed his entire team for the 4-1 League Cup win at ...
Pat Fenlon looking to Shamrock Rovers to avenge cup defeat
With just one win in seven games against the other four teams in the top five this season, Shamrock Rovers' manager Pat Fenlon knows the importance of greatly improving on that if his side is to mount a challenge for the title. “I think the big one for ...
Injury forces Keith Fahey into early retirement
Former Republic of Ireland international Keith Fahey has been forced to retire from football due to persistent hip and injury problems that have sidelined him since the cup game between Shamrock Rovers and his former club St Patrick's Athletic earlier ...
John Hartson: We'd beat Ireland all day long
Where Ireland are — and I follow the Republic of Ireland, I've played with a lot of the guys and played under Martin for five years — I just think that they're going through a difficult period. ... He was poor in the FA Cup final, very poor. ... By ...
About Ireland Republic - Setanta Cup
The Setanta Sports Cup is a club football competition featuring teams from both football associations on the island of Ireland. It was inaugurated in 2005 as a cross-border competition between clubs from the League of Ireland from the Republic of Ireland and the Irish League from Northern Ireland.