Cailean Coffey


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Start Date: Aug. 5, 2020, 10:09 p.m.


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'You learn in football that sometimes things can happen, and you need to remember nothing is forever' - Wales defender Chris Gunter

Now, since making the change to Charlton this summer, Gunter has been a consistent presence in the League One club’s defence. Despite his difficulties at club level, Gunter has continued to play a crucial role as part of the Welsh ...

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International Friendly Preview: England -v- Republic of Ireland

It's the first meeting between the sides since the passing of legendary World Cup winner and Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton.

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Filippo Giovagnoli proud of 'polite' players amid disappointment of defeat to Arsenal

Dundalk manager Filippo Giovagnoli was proud of his side's performance, as they fought valiantly throughout.

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Europa League Preview: Arsenal -v- Dundalk

While Arsenal had started the season relatively well, winning their opening three fixtures in the Premier League, it’s fair to say it’s been tough going following the international break for the London based side.

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Katie McCabe: 'We want to boost the morale of the nation'

A win and they’ll qualify for a play-off spot but remain in contention for an automatic qualification spot

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'It's a cup final, winner-takes-all' - Jarrett looks ahead to crunch Ukraine clash

It hasn't been the easiest couple of months of Rianna Jarrett.

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Leanne Kiernan: We've never qualified for a major tournament and this is probably our best chance

It’s been three years since Republic of Ireland striker Leanne Kiernan made the move across the Irish sea to join West Ham United’s women’s team. Since then, she’s become a fixture in some of the biggest games in women’s footballs ...

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Vera Pauw: You can see the gap between the Irish-based players and the professionals is getting closer

This Friday’s game, away to Ukraine, is one of the most important matches ever played by a Republic of Ireland’s women team. As the teams gathered in Dublin before taking their FAI chartered flight to Ukraine (the first time the ...

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Matt Doherty demands patience ahead of Slovakia play-off

It’s been a hectic few weeks for Irish international Matt Doherty. He completed his move from Wolves to Spurs for €16.7m (over €1m of which is expected to be handed over to previous club Bohemians), started off the season with ...

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Callum O'Dowda: In the meetings we are well drilled in attacking play

It hasn’t always been the easiest start to Callum O’Dowda’s international career. He was given his first cap in a World Cup qualifier against Moldova in October of 2016 by Martin O’Neill. Since then, he’s played 19 more times for ...

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'We probably took the fans for granted' - Callum Robinson admits ahead of Crunch Euro 2020 Play-off

Football, especially at the elite level, has changed considerably over the past 7 months. Stadiums that were once full of thousands of fans are now empty, and the chorus of cheers from rapturous attendees has now turned into silence broken ...

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Robinson hoping club form will fire him into Kenny's starting XI

With four games under their belt, the majority of the Ireland squad descended on Dublin fit and raring to go ahead of their Euro 2021 Play-Off match against Slovakia on Thursday.

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'Winning the group is unrealistic' - Vera Pauw dampens expectations ahead of Germany trip

With three matches left to play in Group I on route to qualifying for Euro 2021 (which will take place in 2022), Ireland sit atop the group unbeaten.

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All eyes turn to Spain as the women's Champions League takes centre stage

For the longest time, during some of the darkest months of the COVID-19 lockdown, it looked unlikely that we’d see any football for the remainder of the 2019/20 season.

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WNL Preview: Peamount United -v- DLR Waves

Peamount have had the perfect start to the WNL, with victories against Treaty United and Cork City.

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Niamh Fahey and Rachel Furness named captain and vice-captain at Liverpool

Republic of Ireland defender Niamh Fahey has been named as the captain of Liverpool’s women’s team.

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WNL Report: Peamount United 5-0 Treaty United

Reigning Women’s National League Champions Peamount United took on newcomers Treaty United with the League finally kicking off in venues across the country on Saturday, after being postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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WNL Season Preview: Peamount United

This Peamount side is littered with Republic of Ireland internationals, but it’s Farrelly in the centre of midfield that pulls it all together seamlessly.

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Bohemians WNL partner with Inner City Helping Homeless Charity

Bohemians have today announced that in their first season in the Women’s National League, the club’s jerseys will feature the logo of the Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH) charity.

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