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2018 Schedule
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11dPA Sport

Ireland keeper sent off in U17 Euros shootout

Republic of Ireland Under-17s exited the European Championship in controversial fashion when goalkeeper Jimmy Corcoran was sent off in the shootout.

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63dPA Sport

Topal scores as Turkey edge out Ireland

Ireland handed senior debuts to Declan Rice, Scott Hogan and sub Matt Doherty and first starts to Alan Browne and Sean Maguire in Antalya

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64dPA Sport

Ireland strikers can't replace Keane - O'Neill

Martin O'Neill has admitted he cannot expect his current crop of Republic of Ireland frontmen to live up to the heroics of predecessor Robbie Keane.

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78dPA Sport

Everton's Coleman to make Ireland return

Seamus Coleman is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time since fracturing his leg in March 2017.

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80dPA Sport

NI boss slams Ireland's 'Catholic' recruiting

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has claimed the FA of Ireland targets Catholic players to switch allegiance and play for the Republic.

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83dPA Sport

Keane takes interim charge of ISL side ATK

Robbie Keane will take his first steps into management this weekend after being put in temporary charge of Indian Super League side ATK.

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102dPA Sport

Miller remembered for 'living his dream'

Liam Miller, who died on Friday after battling oesophageal cancer, was honoured by mourners on Monday as someone who deeply loved his family.

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105dAssociated Press

USMNT to travel to Ireland for June friendly

The United States will play the Republic of Ireland in a friendly in Dublin on June 2, a matchup of teams that failed to qualify for the World Cup.

122dESPN staff

O'Neill, Keane sign new Ireland deals

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has signed a contract extension until 2020 alongside his backroom staff.

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135dPeter O'Rourke

Stoke contact Ireland's O'Neill - sources

Stoke City have sounded out Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill over the club's vacant manager's job, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC.

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191dESPN staff

O'Neill hints at Republic of Ireland stay

Martin O'Neill has indicated that he plans to stay on as Republic of Ireland manager despite the nation's failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

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192dESPN staff

Hareide thanks Ireland for 'giving us space'

Denmark manager Age Hareide thanked Republic of Ireland for giving Christian Eriksen the space within which to thrive.

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192dJohn Brewin

O'Neill tips hat to 'world-class' Eriksen

Martin O'Neill admitted his Ireland team were "well beaten" by a "world-class" player in Christian Eriksen after Denmark's 5-1 win in Dublin.

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192dESPN staff

Eriksen magic puts Denmark in World Cup

Christian Eriksen's hat trick helped Denmark qualify for the 2018 World Cup with a 5-1 win over Republic of Ireland.

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193dJohn Brewin

O'Neill urges Ireland to be 'expansive'

Martin O'Neill has warned the Republic of Ireland they may have to score twice to beat Denmark to a place at the World Cup finals in Russia.

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195dPA Sport

O'Neill: Ireland may need two goals to win

Martin O'Neill has warned the Republic of Ireland they may have to score twice to beat Denmark to a place at the World Cup finals in Russia.

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195dMark Ogden

Ireland frustrate Denmark in 0-0 draw

Ireland's plan seemed to work in Copenhagen as Martin O'Neill's side shut Christian Eriksen down and earned a 0-0 playoff first-leg draw.

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195dPA Sport

Rep of Ireland hold Denmark to 0-0 draw

The Republic of Ireland held Denmark to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their UEFA World Cup playoff in Copenhagen on Saturday night.