Irish Soccer News

  Everybody who follows soccer knows about the rivalry between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. These two superstars have been battling it out ever since their first matchup in the 2007/2008 season. They are the best two players of their generation, and there’s no definitive answer as to who is better.   If you want […] Read the rest of this entry »
RTE Sport announced on Tuesday revamped coverage of the SSE Airtricity League with Friday night soccer to kick off this coming Friday on our screens on RTE 2 as well as the RTE Player. The first game of 18 games to be broadcast by the national broadcaster will be live on the 15th of February […] Read the rest of this entry »
The transfer window in the Premier League was closed on 31 January and it brought us a few surprises. Of course, the team changes we have witnessed are not as spectacular as the ones that we usually see in the summer transfer period which is logical. Namely, most clubs are making their big transfers in […] Read the rest of this entry »
Troy Parrott is swiftly becoming a name on the lips of many fans. This for good reason; with a prolific goalscoring record at youth level, along with a humble mentality, he is performing well. He is already involved in the Republic of Ireland set up, impressing Martin O’Neill. Thus far, he hasn’t been able to […] Read the rest of this entry »
Liverpool take on West Ham on Monday night at the Olympic Stadium in the East End of London and a win for the Reds would mean that would climb 5 points ahead at the summit of the Premier League. So with that in mind I have decided to predict the Liverpool team for tonights game. […] Read the rest of this entry »
Scottish Premiership side Hibernian have announced the departure of manager Neill Lennon and assistant manager Garry Parker by mutual consent. The duo were suspended by Easter Road bosses last Friday and they were not on the sideline for Hibs game with St Mirren on Saturday  a game in which Hibs won . Eddie May and […] Read the rest of this entry »
Scottish Premiership side Hibernian have announced the departure of manager Neill Lennon and assistant manager Garry Parker by mutual consent. The duo were suspended by Easter Road bosses last Friday and they were not on the sideline for Hibs game with St Mirren on Saturday  a game in which Hibs won . Eddie May and […] Read the rest of this entry »