Category: Irish Football

The Honeymoon is over for O’Neill

Posted by David Meier - March 10, 2014 - Breaking News, Domestic News, European Football, Irish Football, World Football
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  Well the bedding in process for Martin O’Neill came to earth with a big bang last Wednesday night.I took myself over to the Aviva stadium to see how things were settling down and hopefully to cheer on an Irish win.What I was to witness was both a surprise and disappointment at the same time […]

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Ireland get the Germans again

Posted by David Meier - February 26, 2014 - Breaking News, European Football, Irish Football
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    On Sunday morning in Nice we finally found out who the Republic of Ireland would face in qualification for the 2016 European Championships.Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane were in attendance to witness the draw,that would shape the new Ireland management teams future.A lot of TV coverage here in Dublin could only add to […]

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Martin names first Irish Squad

Posted by David Meier - February 26, 2014 - Breaking News, European Football, Irish Football
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              So the searching has finished and Martin O’Neill has finally named his first squad for the upcoming friendly against Serbia in Dublin.Himself and Roy Keane have put in the hours to try and find the perfect formula to get the Republic of Ireland to France 2016.Up and down […]

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Airtricity League is nearly Here

Posted by David Meier - February 11, 2014 - Breaking News, European Football, Irish Football
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The Airtricity League of Ireland kicks off on March 7th and I for one can not wait.The upcoming season promises to be the best ever as players and fans alike gear themselves up for the battles ahead.A lot of movement has been done in the transfer market and the managerial merry go round has been […]

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Irish Soccer Legend John Giles

Posted by David Meier - January 25, 2014 - Breaking News, Irish Football, World Football
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  Just less than a month ago, World football lost one of it,s greatest sons.I am talking about the death of Portugese legend Eusebio. After his death, tributes were paid from all corners of the soccer world and beyond.Kings,Queens and Governments played homage to the hero of the 1966 World Cup Finals.I never got to […]

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Roy Keane Out and About

Posted by David Meier - January 14, 2014 - Breaking News, Irish Football, World Football
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  One of the main complaints aimed at previous Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni was that he very rarely went to watch his international players live.The wily Italian chose to watch the players on TV in the comfort of his home in Italy.In fact it was only after he had a dressing down from his FAI […]

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Republic of Ireland seeded for Euro 2016

Posted by David Meier - December 30, 2013 - Breaking News, Irish Football, World Football
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  Great news for new Irish soccer manager Martin O’Neill has the year 2013 comes to a close. UEFA have decided on the seeding for the 2016 European Championship to be held in France.Ireland will go into pot two, which opens the door for a real possibility of qualification. As we know UEFA have increased […]

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Robbie Keane Injured “OH NO”

Posted by David Meier - December 17, 2013 - Breaking News, Irish Football
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Ireland captain Robbie Keane has undergone ┬ásurgery to rectify an on going ankle problem.Before going under the doctors knife Keane moved to reassure the fans that it was just something that had been niggling away at him,and he just wanted to finally get it sorted.This injury though threw a few questions into my mind about […]

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David Langan an Irish Soccer Hero

Posted by David Meier - November 25, 2013 - Breaking News, Irish Football
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On the 15/2/1957 a future Irish soccer star David Langan was born in Dublin.Over the last year I have got to know Davy and I have to admit I am a bit in awe of the guy,as I use to go to Lansdowne Road many years ago to cheer him on whilst playing for the […]

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Ireland on the Up

Posted by David Meier - November 23, 2013 - Irish Football
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Well what a week that was in Irish international football.With the new management team of Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane in place the team took on Latvia and Poland.I have had a look at everything surrounding the two games and hope to lay out my views over the next couple of paragraphs. First up was […]

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