Posts Tagged ‘soccer’

Ireland 3 Bulgaria 0  Ireland once again left it late in Dublin to see off Bulgaria at the Aviva Stadium in an international friendly on Tuesday. Mick McCarthy opted to field an inexperienced side for the game with no fewer than 10 changes from the side that drew with Switzerland last week. Bulgaria had 9 […] Read the rest of this entry »
Ireland v Bulgaria, 7.45pm, RTE 2 and Sky Sport Ireland and Bulgaria meet at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday evening in an international friendly. Preview Let’s look at Bulgaria first. They travel to Dublin on the back of a heavy loss to England at Wembley in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. Gareth Southgates men running out […] Read the rest of this entry »
European Championship 2020 qualifier Group D Thursday 5th September, Aviva Stadium David McGoldrick rescued what could be a priceless point for Ireland with his first competitive goal for his country after 85 minutes.  What a way to get your 1⃣st international goal! 😍 David McGoldrick rises highest in the box and heads home a late, […] Read the rest of this entry »
Dutch coach Vera Pauw has been announced as the new manager of the Ireland women’s soccer team. RTE Sport reported that Pauw attended Tuesday nights UEFA 2021 Qualifier with Montenegro in a spectating role and she now takes up the position as head coach with immediate effect. Pauw has a huge amount of experience having […] Read the rest of this entry »

2019 Champions League winners, Liverpool, have been drawn against Napoli, Salzburg and Genk in Group E of the Champions League group stage for 2019/20. The draw was made in Monaco on Thursday in which it pitted Klopp’s men against Napoli for the second year in a row. Premier League winners last season Manchester City will […]

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Michael Obafemi scored the second senior goal of his career for Southampton in a tight 1-0 win over Fulham in last night’s Carabao Cup tie. Obafemi’s goal will take Southampton through to the third round of the competition in which they made it all the way to the final, just three seasons ago.    It […]

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Mick McCarthy has announced his provisional squad for next months games with Switzerland and Bulgaria. The Swiss tie is a part of the qualifying for Euros, while the Bulgarian game will act as a friendly. McCarthy has included Tottenham Hotspur attacker Troy Parrott in the squad, while Nathan Collins of Stoke City and Kieran Sadlier […] Read the rest of this entry »