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Friday 8 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Boys in Green

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Irish Eye: Walters the difference for Pulis's Potters
After the international break, it was business as usual cross-channel this weekend. We take a look at how the Irish players got on.
Time to shine: the players that need to deliver tonight
Ger McCarthy looks at three Republic of Ireland players who need to step up to the mark ahead of the crucial Euro 2012 fixtures with Slovakia and Russia.
Irish Eye: Best on the double for Newcastle
Read about Leon’s goals and more in our weekly review of Ireland’s representatives in England and Scotland.
Irish Eye: Long on song for the second week running
There were plenty more goals for Ireland’s representatives in England and Scotland this weekend. Find out who did what in our weekly review.
Irish Eye: Given quick to settle at Villa
We take a look at how Ireland’s footballing exports fared cross-channel this weekend.
Irish Eye: Connolly on song as Saints get off to a flyer
We take a look at how Ireland’s footballing exports fared cross-channel this weekend.
Westwood gunning for Given's Ireland spot
Sunderland’s new goalkeeper thinks his time will come ‘in due course’.
Barcelona to host Irish qualifier - if Andorra get their way
UEFA will make decision on request from Andorran FA in the wake of talks with Irish officials.
Ireland v Italy
We went minute-by-minute for the international friendly in Liege. It was surprisingly fun.
In pictures: FYR Macedonia 0, Republic of Ireland 2
Robbie Keane reaches 51 for his country, as Ireland keep up the pressure at the top of Group B. Here’s our gallery.
Kevin Doyle to miss crucial Macedonia trip
Wolves striker is facing another month on the sidelines after he aggravated a knee injury against Sunderland.
Ireland to play Italy in Liege friendly
Giovanni Trapattoni will prepare his side for a date with his home country in a Belgian challenge game next month.
Kevin Doyle may miss rest of the season
Wolves striker will have scan today to determine extent of medial ligament injury.
Vote with your feet: 'The real campaign has begun'
Saturday night’s alright for chanting as fans urged to bring the Lansdowne roar once again.
Out of the Traps: seven Irish debuts in the Italian era
As Ireland are set to introduce a couple of new faces against Wales tonight, Kevin Coleman reflects on some of the first caps during the Trapattoni regime.
Fahey given shot to impress against Welsh
Knee injury for Keith Treacy sees the Dubliner given shot at redemption after poor performance in November friendly.
Trap names provisional squad for Carling Nations Cup opener with Wales
Trapattoni looks to tried and tested Irish players for tournament opener.
Irish Eye: David Norris worth a look for Trap
The Ipswich skipper is in impressive form. And his mother is from Kildare, writes Ronan Hunt-Murphy.
Irish Eye: it's the Long way up for Reading
Giovanni Trapattoni has a ready-made, in-form striking partnership at his disposal at the Madejski Stadium, writes Ronan Hunt-Murphy.
Irish Eye: Clarke shines for Villains on good weekend for Boys in Green
Michael Maher refelcts on a busy schedule of Premier League games for the Irish cross channel.
Irish Eye: Kenny live for high-flying QPR
Ronan Hunt Murphy reflects on the Irish stars’ performances in the lower leagues cross-channel.
Irish eye: It's all white on the night for Long and Keane in Championship
Shane Long hits twice on a weekend when the schedule is decimated by the adverse weather.
Irish eyes: Ciaran Clark takes the headlines after top-flight double
It was a good weekend for the Boys in Green in England and Scotland’s top flights.
Irish Eyes: the Championship
In the first of a new weekly column, Greenscene’s Ronan Hunt-Murphy, reflects on another Championship weekend for the Irish.
Ireland end 2010 with meek home defeat to Norway
Go west: what happens when Trap looks to US-born players?
As Giovanni Trapattoni flicks through a New York-area phonebook in search of ‘Irish-sounding names’, American soccer blogger Elliott Turner asks ‘where will all this recruitment business end?’
Who is Trap planning on picking this week?
A raft of withdrawals ahead of the Norway friendly means the Ireland manager is about to shuffle his deck.
Ireland wants an apology, asks Henry?
Frenchman compares Paris handball to Robbie Keane penalty against Georgia.
Young, gifted and Red
Remember the name, this young Irish talent is about to hit the big time