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  1. Pragmatic future awaits Ireland

    Gareth Maher

    It felt like Christmas had arrived early when the Republic of Ireland landed Martin O'Neill, and Roy Keane, as their new management ticket. But the festive period is now over. Having been around football long enough, O'Neill knew that the hype sur...

    Blog | November 19, 2013
  2. Pragmatic future awaits Ireland

    Gareth Maher

    It felt like Christmas had arrived early when the Republic of Ireland landed Martin O'Neill, and Roy Keane, as their new management ticket. But the festive period is now over. Having been around football long enough, O'Neill knew that the hype surro...

    Blog | November 19, 2013
  3. Consistently inconsistent

    Gareth Maher

    Nothing is ever guaranteed in football, yet when the Republic of Ireland targeted clinching second place in Group C of their World Cup qualifiers it actually did look like being a real possibility. That was until the games started. Yet to fully s...

    Blog | October 16, 2013
  4. Republic of Ireland must aim for higher standards.

    Gareth Maher

    Nothing is ever guaranteed in football, yet when the Republic of Ireland targeted clinching second place in Group C of their World Cup qualifiers it actually did look like being a real possibility. That was until the games started. Yet to fully sha...

    Blog | October 15, 2013
  5. Irish pride at stake in Germany

    Gareth Maher

    Anything other than a sweeping win for Germany in Cologne on Friday night would be considered a massive shock. And that is exactly how the Republic of Ireland wants it to be. Back in their role as howling underdogs, the team will be led by interim b...

    Blog | October 10, 2013
  6. Ireland playing for pride vs. Germany in World Cup qualifer

    Gareth Maher

    Anything other than a sweeping win for Germany in Cologne on Friday night would be considered a massive shock. And that is exactly how the Republic of Ireland wants it to be. Back in their role as howling underdogs, the team will be led by interim bo...

    Blog | October 09, 2013
  7. Return for the new King

    Gareth Maher

    Not many people outside of the Republic of Ireland will know who interim manager Noel King is. In fact, quite a few of the team's senior players won't know him either, but he is exactly what is required right now. As he took his seat in front of t...

    Blog | September 30, 2013
  8. Return for the new King

    Gareth Maher

    Not many people outside of the Republic of Ireland will know who interim manager Noel King is. In fact, quite a few of the team's senior players won't know him either, but he is exactly what is required right now. As he took his seat in front of the...

    Blog | September 30, 2013
  9. Ireland awaits special appointment

    Gareth Maher

    It appears that the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) wants to wrap up the appointment of their new manager quite quickly, although this is not a straightforward decision. - Greatest managers: Trapattoni - Delaney: Trapattoni's tumultuous re...

    Blog | September 12, 2013
  10. Gareth Maher says Ireland must choose their next manager wisely

    Gareth Maher

    It appears that the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) wants to wrap up the appointment of their new manager quite quickly, although this is not a straightforward decision. - Greatest managers: Trapattoni - Delaney: Trapattoni's tumultuous reign...

    Blog | September 11, 2013
  11. World Cup dream is over but new era beckons for Republic of Irela...

    Gareth Maher

    Once the ball fell to Austria's David Alaba inside the Republic of Ireland's penalty area in their World Cup qualifier, it was inevitable that he would score and ignite the beginning of the end of Giovanni Trapattoni's reign. • Report:&...

    Blog | September 10, 2013
  12. World Cup dream is over but new era beckons for Republic of Irela...

    Gareth Maher

    Once the ball fell to Austria's David Alaba inside the Republic of Ireland's penalty area in their World Cup qualifier, it was inevitable that he would score and ignite the beginning of the end of Giovanni Trapattoni's reign. • Report:&nb...

    Blog | September 10, 2013
  13. Ireland's World Cup dreams take a blow

    Gareth Maher

    It all started so brightly, despite the appearance of dark clouds just ahead of kick-off, as the Republic of Ireland supporters began to believe that only could Sweden be slayed, but a World Cup ticket could be secured too. Having only beaten the...

    Blog | September 06, 2013
  14. Maher: The Republic of Ireland lose to Sweden

    Gareth Maher

    It all started so brightly, despite the appearance of dark clouds just ahead of kick-off, as the Republic of Ireland supporters began to believe that only could Sweden be slayed, but a World Cup ticket could be secured too. Having only beaten the F...

    Blog | September 06, 2013
  15. Moment of truth for Republic of Ireland

    Gareth Maher

    Crunch time. The business end. Call it what you like, but there is no doubt that the Republic of Ireland have arrived at the most important stage of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. While many expect to be nervously chewing on fingernails as th...

    Blog | September 04, 2013
  16. Maher - Moment of truth for Ireland against Sweden

    Gareth Maher

    Crunch time. The business end. Call it what you like, but there is no doubt that the Republic of Ireland have arrived at the most important stage of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. While many expect to be nervously chewing on fingernails as they...

    Blog | September 04, 2013