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# Walsall pact
Aston Villa and Ireland U19 winger embarks on League Two loan move
Tyreik Wright will continue his development by spending the remainder of the season with Walsall.
# Bantam power
Ex-U21 international defender joins the Irish contingent at Bradford City
Niall Canavan has signed an 18-month deal after the Bantams paid an undisclosed fee to Plymouth Argyle.
# The Joshua Spree
Championship side opt against recalling in-form Ireland U21 striker
Rotherham United’s Joshua Kayode has been progressing well during a spell at Carlisle United.
# The Swindon lot
League One loan move for Ireland and Bournemouth goalkeeper Mark Travers
The 21-year-old Kildare native is to spend the remainder of the season at Swindon Town.
# Down in Albion
Millwall have club-record bid for Jayson Molumby rejected – report
The Republic of Ireland midfielder had a successful loan spell with the Championship club last season.
# Rover and Out
Season-ending injury rules Williams out of World Cup qualifiers
The versatile Blackburn Rovers defender has undergone surgery after sustaining a hamstring injury.
# In The Action
Aaron Connolly hits the net and goes off injured during six-goal draw between Brighton and Wolves
The Ireland striker had an eventful first-half against Wolves.
# Nicosia later
Ireland international Jack Byrne announces Shamrock Rovers departure
The 24-year-old playmaker enjoyed a hugely successful two-year spell with the League of Ireland club.
# case for the defence
Clark set for new deal at Newcastle as Bruce sings Irish international's praises
After a nine-month absence, the defender has now made seven consecutive starts in the Premier League.
# Donegal Catch
Ireland winger Ronan Curtis plays down prospect of January transfer
The Portsmouth star has attracted Championship attention since making the move from the League of Ireland.
Ireland draw Portugal and Serbia in World Cup qualifiers
The road to Qatar begins in March for Stephen Kenny’s Boys in Green.
Irish international's goal gives Wayne Rooney first win as interim manager
Jason Knight was on target for Derby today.
# Brussels scout
Cullen in good Kompany as he bids for a role in World Cup qualifiers
The Anderlecht midfielder impressed after being introduced during Ireland’s recent clash with Bulgaria.
# Taking Flight
Millwall boss praises 'excellent' Parrott after Irish youngster makes full debut
The first league start of Troy Parrott’s club career came in Millwall’s Championship clash with Reading tonight.
# latest
Stephen Kenny's job safe as senior players and staff back Ireland boss in video investigation
An FAI statement confirmed that the Republic of Ireland manager has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
# Interview
A breakthrough at Liverpool and senior caps for Ireland in a career to be proud of
‘It’s phenomenal to look back at the kind of world superstars you were in a dressing room with.’
Irish international's excellent season in League One continues
Ronan Curtis scored his seventh and eighth goals of the campaign amid a Portsmouth win.
# Sidelined
Ireland striker ruled out for 10 weeks after suffering injury against Wales
Norwich City have confirmed that Idah damaged a ligament in his knee.
# Reports
FAI to investigate video shown to Ireland players before England clash
Stephen Kenny’s side suffered a 3-0 defeat in an international friendly played last week at Wembley.
# signing off
Former Ireland and Liverpool midfielder Darren Potter retires at 35
Potter featured for the Reds during their Champions League-winning season of 2004-05.
# Jack of All Trades
Ireland U21 midfielder thriving ahead of crucial double-header of qualifiers
Jack Taylor heads off on international duty after scoring in each of Peterborough United’s last three games.
# off to wembley
Ireland's clash with England on Thursday to be broadcast live by RTÉ
The game will be played behind closed doors at Wembley.
# Didsy
Ireland striker David McGoldrick announces shock retirement from international football
McGoldrick retires ‘to concentrate on his club career and family’.
# The Troy is back in town
'Possibly he'll go away with Ireland, although I don't think that's necessarily the best course of action'
Millwall boss Gary Rowett addresses Troy Parrott’s imminent return.
# Faith
Ireland U19 midfielder rewarded with new Preston North End deal
Adam O’Reilly has signed a new contract which commits him to the Championship club until 2023.
Browne and McClean both hit the net in Championship wins as Idah sees red late on
Browne scored twice as Preston defeated Huddersfield.
# On the Knight train
Ireland's newest senior international has enjoyed 'a crazy 18 months'
Nineteen-year-old Jason Knight won his first cap in last Wednesday’s defeat to Finland.
# Reaction
Self-critical Connolly frustrated by 'selfish' moments in Ireland's defeat to Finland
The Boys in Green are still searching for their first win under Stephen Kenny after losing in Helsinki.
# Setback
Irish player returns second positive Covid-19 result on retest and will miss Finland game
The player is now out of the squad for the game in Finland.
# Talking Points
Ireland's best performance since Euro 2016 deserved more
Stephen Kenny’s men were a penalty shootout away from the play-off final.
# Reaction
Kenny: Slovakia performance proves quality of Irish players
The Irish boss heralded his players for showing ‘tremendous qualities as Irishmen.’
# Opinion
Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Slovakia
It was a heartbreaking night as the Irish side were beaten on penalties.
# Late Drama
Connolly and Idah miss Slovakia game for sitting too close to Covid-positive FAI staff member on flight
The players were found to be sitting 10 and 30 centimetres too close to the member of staff, and an FAI appeal to the HSE was unsuccessful.
# Heartbreak
Ireland's Euros dream over in shoot-out defeat to Slovakia
Matt Doherty and Alan Browne missed their penalties at the end of a goalless draw in Bratislava.
Slovakia v Ireland, Euros play-off
Ireland faced Slovakia, for a chance to play Bosnia or Northern Ireland in the final.
# Ready
'We're definitely in a much better place than we were four weeks ago'
Stephen Kenny leads Ireland into tomorrow night’s European Championship play-off in Slovakia.
# Covid-19
Lobotka and Skriniar join Slovakia's list of absentees for Ireland play-off
The Serie A pair have been ruled out of tomorrow night’s vital game in Bratislava.
# impression
'He’s the best I’ve worked with in terms of attention to detail and man-management'
Republic of Ireland winger Callum O’Dowda looks ahead to Thursday’s crucial clash with Slovakia.
# gone til november
Parrott to be sidelined for 'five or six weeks' following injury in Millwall debut
The 18-year-old Dubliner is enduring another lay-off after damaging his ankle in a recent defeat to Burnley.
# On the Move
Ireland midfielder Josh Cullen signs for Vincent Kompany's Anderlecht
The 24-year-old has left West Ham United after 15 years.