Republic of Ireland 1 Poland 1: Shane Long's injury-time equaliser keeps Ireland's hopes of qualifying for the European Championships alive
A draw was far from the ideal result for the Republic of Ireland but the manner in which it was achieved suggested that discounting Martin O’Neill’s men from reaching the 2016 European Championship would be premature. For the third time in their five matches in this campaign Ireland scored a la
An injury-time goal from Shane Long earned Ireland a draw against Poland, after Slawomir Peszko had put the hosts ahead in the first half Continue reading...
Speaking ahead of his team's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Sunday, Ireland manager Martin O'Neill stresses that the importance of the match 'should not be missed'. Ireland are currently fourth in the table, but could draw level with group leaders Poland if they win. The match will take…
• Win would draw Ireland level with Group D leaders • ‘Games at home will shape our destiny,’ says O’Neill • Paul Doyle: Why clock is ticking on O’Neill and Keane Home advantage has been a rather alien concept to the Republic of Ireland in recent years. The team’s best performances c
Derry City move up to fifth in the Premier Division thanks to a comfortable 3-0 win over Drogheda United at the Brandywell.
Score updates from the Brandywell as the Candystripes go up against Drogheda in a Premier Division clash.
O’Neill and Keane were unveiled as the Republic’s dream team but they need results as they face Poland in a Euro 2016 qualifier in Dublin on Sunday • O’Neill needs to be brave against Poland in showdown It is time for the dream team to deliver. When Martin O’Neill announced that Roy Keane