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This year
'I thought we played bloody well' - Andy Farrell proud of Ireland
The Lions have their leading man in Farrell but what about Ireland?
Lions tours aren’t everyone’s cup of tea but they remain a big beast in rugby.
Last year
'Some people handled that brilliantly, some people didn’t' - Farrell
Andy Farrell: 'We're a good side that has nowhere near reached its potential'
'We're a good side that has nowhere near reached its potential' - Farrell
'The best game I've been involved in' - Farrell hails Ireland's character
'We warmed-up on the bus and won the game easily. It’s just mentality'
'There are certain players that give a sense of confidence... He's one of them'
All time
Andy Farrell steers a happy Ireland camp to an outstanding autumn
'I love the way that he's unorthodox in his play' - Farrell backs Baloucoune
Farrell laments lack of first-half grit as Ireland are left 'feeling sorry for ourselves'
'I’m a coach who likes to trust his gut and that won’t change' - Andy Farrell
Andy Farrell's defence is pivotal if Ireland are to make history at the World Cup
Farrell faces up to the toughest test for a defence coach in rugby
Farrell wants Ireland's defence to be a try-scoring weapon against France
Ireland's Andy Farrell confirmed as Lions assistant coach
'It’s priceless for growing' - Ireland's Farrell on learning from the Lions
'I don’t think we’ve set the bar anywhere yet' - Farrell wants Ireland benchmark
'You get one opportunity in your career to create history that's so special'
'The man is still an animal' - Heaslip impressed by Farrell's Ireland intro
FIFA's policeman vows match-fixing won't ruin World Cup
Teen idol Farrell has eyes trained on 1 direction only