— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) December 2, 2018
Enough to send you potty.
— Irish Examiner Sport (@ExaminerSport) November 22, 2018
Mick McCarthy returns as Roy Keane leaves? It’s funny how things (Sai) pan out in the end pic.twitter.com/5HNZWsO26g
— Mike Mc Loughlin (@zuroph) November 22, 2018
The Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys and Westlife are getting back together and Mick McCarthy could be the new Ireland manager…. again…. are we going into 2019 or 1999? https://t.co/orEPiSLSf0
— Allanah (@AllanahScully) November 22, 2018
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) November 19, 2018
Copenhagen Aarhus., Denmark.
Michael Obafemi (above with mother Bola and brother Affy) made his senior international football debut last night when he was brought on as a substitute during the Republic of Ireland’s goalless draw with Denmark.
Mr Obafami, who was born in Dublin and plays for Southampton in the Premier League, was also eligible to represent England or Nigeria but committed to play for the Republic of Ireland earlier this month.
James McClean this evening.
Thomas Russel writes:
James McClean scores for Ireland [in crucial World Cup play off qualifier away to Wales] & the national broadcaster, RTÉ, has geo-blocked broadcast of the match to his hometown, Derry.
Was it for this, indeed?
The usual suspects will doubtless say they don’t care about the north. I’d say they’ll take the goal, though.
Free this afternoon?
The Republic of Ireland take on their Spanish counterparts at the Tallaght Stadium, Dublin in a ‘do or die’ Euro 2017 qualifier.
Kick off is 2pm and the match will be broadcast LOIVE on Setanta Sports.
Rep. of Ireland 0 Spain 3
Louise Quinn was named player of the match.