Posts Tagged ‘Greenwatch’

Waterford-born striker Noel Hunt (27) has agreed a new two-year contract to stay present club Reading FC until the summer of 2013. Hunt has scored 19 goals in 47(+29) appearances in a Reading shirt, and has become a full Irish international since moving to Madejski Stadium from Dundee United in the summer of 2008. Injuries [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Despite further speculation over the weekend regarding the international future of Wigan’s James McCarthy it is now understood that the midfielder has decided that his future lies with the Republic of Ireland. It is believed that the player has agreed to make himself available for Ireland’s Euro 2012 qualifier against Macedonia next month. Reports at [...] Read the rest of this entry »
A total of 4 players played with one game apiece in the EPL, Championship and SPL while a further two players took to the field of play on continental Europe. Anthony Stokes was the day’s star player as once again showed his value to Celtic showing manager Neil Lennon that he was wrong not to [...] Read the rest of this entry »
It was a big day of Football in England and Scotland with Manchester United looking to put neighbours City in their place in the EPL, Cardiff, Norwich, Swansea and Leeds all looking to capitalise on Nottingham Forest and QPR not playing in the Championship and in Scotland where Rangers were looking to close the gap [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Last weekend we continued our fantastic recent form (unbeaten in 8 games) with a 1-0 away win over Portimonense. It was particularly pleasing for me too because I made my first appearance since the Christmas break and although I was only on the field 10 minutes it proved to be an effective cameo as we [...] Read the rest of this entry »
After 90 plus minutes of Tuesday’s Carling Nations Cup tie at the Aviva Stadium two questions appear to have been answered. The first is who should be Ireland’s first choice left back after Kevin Kilbane’s extended caretaker occupation of that role, the answer is Ciaran Clark. The second question is what sort of task lies [...] Read the rest of this entry »
There was league action in England and Cup action in Scotland in what was yet again another high scoring weekend in the Premier League and Irish footballers played their part in the net busting stakes with James McCarthy, who was called in the full Irish squad for the Wales match and Leon Best amongst the [...] Read the rest of this entry »