Classic Matches

Northern Ireland’s FIFA World Cup moments Part 1

 

The countdown to a FIFA World Cup can evoke memories of days gone by when the Green and White Army used to make their mark on the competition. More »

Northern Ireland Manager

Could Brendan Rodgers manage Northern Ireland?

The longer that David Moyes remained in charge of Everton, the less his name was mentioned in conversations for the job in charge of the Scottish national team. Roles in the Premier League, especially comfortable ones, are now more prestigious than those of the Home Nations national jobs.

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Northern Ireland

Manchester: the spiritual home of the GAWA in England

While most football supporters in England were settling down to watch the Three Lions take on Denmark last night, a small corner of Manchester was fixed on Northern Ireland’s fixture against Cyprus.

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Irish FA

O’Neill: ‘Cyprus friendly is big test’

Boss Michael O’Neill has said that tonight’s friendly in Cyprus is a big test for the players.

Northern Ireland have three friendly fixtures ahead of the Euro 2016 qualification campaign which starts in September.

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Northern Ireland

The return of Whiteside Can’t Jump

I’m pleased to say that Whiteside Can’t Jump has returned. Both Simon and I are committed to returning to the blog and we’re going to do everything we can to make it bigger and better than it was before. There will be more player news, hopefully more discussion on the players around the squad and maybe the odd podcast or two during the year.

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