Posts Tagged ‘martin o’neill’

Ireland meet Wales in their first UEFA Nations League match in Cardiff tomorrow evening at 7:45pm. But what exactly is the Nations League I hear you ask?  UEFA have decided to fill the void between World Cup and European Championship tournaments and their associated qualification tournaments with another mini-league called the UEFA nations league.  This […] Read the rest of this entry »
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has reduced his squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying play-off games against Denmark. In the first leg of the play-off, the Irish team travel to the Parken Stadium on Copenhagen, on Saturday next, 11th November, with the second leg being played before a sell-out crowd at the [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has reduced his squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying play-off games against Denmark. In the first leg of the play-off, the Irish team travel to the Parken Stadium on Copenhagen, on Saturday next, 11th November, with the second leg being played before a sell-out crowd at the [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Due to a knee complaint, Jonathan Walters is the key absentee from Martin O’Neill’s provisional Republic of Ireland squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying play-off with Denmark in November. Ireland will travel to the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen for the first leg on Saturday, 11th November before hosting the second leg game in [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Martin O'Neill spoke ahead of the crucial European Qualifier in Austria later this month. Read the rest of this entry »
His diminutive stature wasn’t an issue in the Dutch league but the Championship is a different kettle of fish completely. He will no doubt be targeted for some special treatment by some of the leagues less cultured midfielders. Read the rest of this entry »
Ireland showed a willingness to transition the ball from defence to attack with a frequency we haven’t seen for some time. They were all composed in possession and seemed to feed off one another, growing more in confidence as the game wore on. Read the rest of this entry »