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# Boys in Green

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Ireland's Call: Put your question to Declan Kidney and Brian O'Driscoll in New Zealand
We are giving you the opportunity to put your best comment forward to the Irish rugby team days before they face the All Blacks.
'Football is a cruel sport sometimes' says grateful McShane after call-up
The Hull City defender was conscious that his fortune meant disappointment for his friend, Kevin Foley.
Foley feels 'betrayed' after axing from Euro 2012 squad
The Wolves defender insists he was fit to play against Bosnia but was told to rest until he reached the training camp in Italy.
Sunshine, a love of football and excellent facilities – some of the other reasons why Ireland went training in Italy
I’ll see your Miss Italy Stefania Bivoni and I’ll raise you a John Delaney.
Open thread: Aiden McGeady or James McClean at Euro 2012 - who would you pick?
The Spartak Moscow winger was in electric form and may have done enough to ensure a starting role at Euro 2012.
'Extremely deceptive': Call for Sinn Féin to remove Euro 2012 posters
Campaign posters launched earlier this week have caused controversy but Sinn Féin insisted today it will not be removing them.
16 days to Euro 2012: The road to Germany ’88
Thank you, Gary Mackay.
Give Ireland fans free texts and reduced tariffs at Euro 2012 - Senator
Labour senator Jimmy Harte has called on mobile phone companies to help out the estimated tens of thousands of fans who will be heading to Poland next month.
Here's your 'Euro 2012 banner built entirely of fizzy drinks cans' picture of the day
Now that’s dedication.
VIDEO: Irish football fans prepare for Poland odyssey by building their own campervan
Next stop, Gdansk for these clever supporters.
Irish Eye: Bad day for Ireland's Aston Villa contingent
Ciarán Clark was not a happy man after Ashley Young’s theatrics, while Anthony Stokes missed out on a Scottish Cup final place. Andy Keogh, at least, is flying for Millwall…
Azzurri may call upon Super Mario after Giuseppe Rossi is ruled out of Euros
The Villarreal striker suffered torn ligaments in his knee training today and will miss the meeting with Ireland as well as the entire tournament.
Bring back the cup, boys: Tickets for Bosnia game to go on sale tomorrow
Irish fans will say a final farewell to their Euro2012 hopefuls on 26 May.
Rafa Benitez: 'You need to trust Trapattoni on McClean decision'
The former Liverpool boss also believes that Ireland’s opening Euro 2012 clash with Croatia in Poland will be crucial to their hopes of progressing.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
All the day’s main news as well as the bits and pieces that you may have missed…
Forward thinking: Trap earmarks 'Totti' role for Robbie
“At this moment, I want to give Robbie the opportunity to play between the midfield and a striker.”
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Your nightly round-up of the day’s biggest news stories…
Here are the lyrics to Ireland's soccer anthem for Euro 2012
All together now…
Stirling's haul helps Ireland past Kenya
Paul Stirling chipped in 65 runs as Ireland beat Kenya by eight wickets in their second T20 test in Mombasa this afternoon.
Irish Eye: Duffer hits his half-century at Blackburn
Damien Duff hit the 50-goal milestone on Saturday, but he wasn’t the only familiar face to get his name on the scoresheet. Here’s how the Boys in Green got on across the water this weekend.
Ireland matches to be screened for faithful fans at Eucharistic Congress
Worshippers will be able to follow Euro 2012 while attending the religious festival in Dublin this summer.
Irish Eye: Simon says thanks for the opportunity
Simon Cox knows how to play himself into the headlines, as do a number of other Irish internationals. Here’s how the Boys in Green got on across the water this weekend.
The sporting year in review: March
Howzat?! It was the month the country tried to understand cricket while the rugby lads beat England and Stephen Ireland opened his mouth again.
Irish Eye: Hoolahan on song for the Canaries
Join us on our weekly review of how the Irish representatives got on across the water last weekend.
Irish Eye: Ward captains Wolves to a crucial win
Read about Stephen’s captaincy and all of the rest in our weekly review of Ireland’s representatives cross-channel.
Emigrants to miss out as RTÉ cannot broadcast Euro 2012 games online
Irish abroad will miss out on RTÉ’s coverage of our first European Championships appearance in 24 years.
Open thread: have the gods of the draw been kind to Ireland?
Ireland have been drawn alongside Spain, Italy and Croatia for Euro 2012. Join us in our open thread to thrash out the questions that really matter this evening.
Irish Eye: Delap and Whelan get Stoke back to winning ways
Want to know how your favourite Irish footballers got on across the water this weekend? We’ve got all the details right here.
Irish Eye: Another Stokes double as Celtic close the gap
Irish Eye is back after the international break. Here’s how the Boys in Green got on across the water this weekend.
Lucky man: how a ticketless Irish fan ended up in Estonia's dugout
Cork student Conor Cunningham went to Tallinn without a ticket – but nicked a team tracksuit to get the best seat in the house.
Poll: should Giovanni Trapattoni now get a new contract?
John Delaney insists he’ll sit down with Trap after qualification is achieved. Should the Italian be rewarded with another deal?
Player ratings: how the Boys in Green fared...
You’ve seen the action in Tallinn. Here’s how we thought Trap’s side performed.
Walters to start for Ireland in Tallinn
Manager Giovanni Trapattoni named 10 of his starting 11 this week, holding back on choice between Walters and West Brom forward Simon Cox.
Poll: did Trap get his squad decision right?
It could be the last squad Giovanni Trapattoni ever names with Ireland. Do you think it’s the right one for the play-offs?
Irish Eye: Doyle saves McCarthy's blushes, for now
Once again, we’ve travelled around the grounds in England and Scotland. Here’s our report card on the Irish lads in action.
Irish Eye: Quinn's worth a derby draw for Blades
It was a quiet weekend for the boys in green in England’s top divisions, but there were plenty of goals in the lower leagues. Here’s the weekly round-up.
Irish Eye: Debut disappointment for Pompey's Henderson
It was a relatively quiet weekend for Ireland’s footballers cross-channel. Here’s a round-up of how they got on.
Irish Eye: Saint Cillian's brace breaks Hearts
Want to know how your favourite Irish footballers got on across the water this weekend? We’ve got all the details right here.
Irish Eye: Treacy on target, but Burnley fall short
Want to know how your favourite Irish footballers got on across the water this weekend? Well that’s handy, because we’ve got all the details right here. Andy Reid scored…