Player Profiles

From Monchengladbach to Austria – Conor Noss is starting to realise his potential

In November 2019, a German born footballer with the second name of Noss made his debut for Ireland at under-19 level against Denmark, catching the eye of many at the Showgrounds. The FAI were alerted of Conor Noss’s eligibility for Ireland through his Dublin born mother in 2019 and was soon after handed his first […]

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10 Granny Rule Recruits for the New Ireland boss to Consider

With Ireland’s next manager set to be named in the not so distant future, we take a look at some granny rule options that could be very realistic recruits for the incoming boss. Interestingly, several have worked under one of the men heavily linked with the job….. Kasey McAteer (Leicester City) It seems that Kasey

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Weekend in Review: Idah shows up in the clutch as Aidomo Emakhu puts the Championship on notice in your weekly Irish player review!

I’m absolutely delighted now that we can start reporting on our Irish lads playing in the Uk and further afield again. When we are waiting on something for so long it often feels very anticlimactic but this weekend certainly did not disappoint with an Adam Idah winner at the death, Will Smallbone bringing out his

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Scouting Series – 5 Irishmen to watch out for next season

With the vast bulk of our Irish internationals set to kick off their season, Bill Gaine of Irish Football Blog gives his 5 players to watch out for this season. (1)Tyler Goodrham – Oxford United A new name to most Irish Football Fans, but somebody you will be hearing a lot more about in the

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