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Monday 20 March 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# An Irishman Abroad

Last year
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'When I started going over first, I was the only non-Russian speaking person everywhere I went'
Irish coach Mark McDermott reflects on almost six years working with Russia Rugby.
All time
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'We have the highest regard for Diarmuid' - Dublin door not closed for Connolly
The star forward last lined out for Dublin in a league game in February.
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Diarmo's winning matches! Connolly points Donegal Boston to senior championship title
Diarmuid Connolly scored 0-12 for Donegal Boston in the final.
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'I was with Munster for 13 years and my appreciation of what I had there has gone through the roof'
Donnacha Ryan is preparing to face his former club in Sunday’s Champions Cup showdown, but the 34-year-old has gained a fresh perspective since moving to France.
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'It's a bit surreal, to say the least': The Limerick man trying to change football in Cambodia
Conor Nestor has landed his first professional coaching job – in the country’s capital of Phnom Penh.
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Premier League takeovers, GAA family ties, and Football Manager: The life of Dr Tom Markham
If that wasn’t impressive enough, the football finance expert from Dublin also make sports documentaries in his spare time.
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A complete history of GAA jerseys popping up at unlikely sporting events
Kerry people love The Masters.
# Irish Eye
'One of the young lads passed to Edgar Davids and he goes ‘f*** sake, I played for Barcelona. Play it in harder!'
Dubliner Mark Byrne has experienced highs and lows during a 10-year spell in English football, but the Gillingham midfielder wouldn’t swap it for anything.
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Cillian Sheridan on his blistering start to life in Poland and aspirations to earn an Ireland recall
The Cavan-born striker is fronting Jagiellonia Bialystok’s challenge for a first league title in their history.
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'You become paranoid and think: ‘Are my team-mates talking about me?''
Irish striker Cillian Sheridan reflects on his career so far and discusses the challenges of adapting to life as a footballer on the continent.
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Bleedin' Rapid! Kevin Doyle scored a crucial away goal for Colorado last night
Rapids trail 2-1 after the first leg of the MLS Western Conference final.
# Jarlath regan
"Of course I'm going to save my brother's life" - Irish comedian on donating his kidney
“My brother rang me and said ‘Jar would you come over and test to see if you’re a match?’”
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"I've worked hard" - Miriam O'Callaghan doesn't care that you know how much she earns
“Do I mind that it’s published? I don’t really to be honest.”
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At least one Irish striker found the net yesterday, as Kevin Doyle helped Colorado to a big win
His third goal of the MLS season.
# ear candy
8 essential episodes of An Irishman Abroad you need to listen to
Haven’t listened to An Irishman Abroad? You’re missing out.
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Jack Byrne shines yet again in Holland with another stunning long-range goal
The Ireland U21 international is really beginning to find his feet in the Eredivisie.
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'There's a lot of similarities between Munster and Toulon' - Paulie looking forward to French journey
The former Ireland skipper is anxious but excited about his family’s big move.
# john boy
Aiden Gillen is OK with everyone calling him John Boy
The actor revealed all in an interview for the podcast An Irishman Abroad.