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# Football family

This year
'Troy Parrott has the absolute ideal skillset to be an Evan Ferguson strike partner'
The Football Family podcast heard that the Ireland international needs to establish himself at Excelsior Rotterdam.
'These stories, there’s so, so many of them and Rose's is a perfect example'
Why life as a professional footballer is not for everybody was discussed on the Football Family podcast.
'There are two wildly different but plausible scenarios in my head'
Football Family podcast previews Ireland’s World Cup opener against Australia.
'Vieira is one of the most down-to-earth people. He’d come out and play two-touch with you'
Crystal Palace midfielder Killian Phillips sat down with David Sneyd for this week’s Football Family podcast.
'Ferguson has taken that leap . . . but there still needs to be a degree of caution'
The Ireland striker’s new deal with Brighton was discussed on today’s Football Family.
Last year
Do you agree with our League of Ireland Team of the season?
Shane Keegan and David Sneyd made their selections on the latest episode of The42′s Football Family.
'They have been made aware that Roy Keane may be interested...I just can't see it happening'
Tom English spoke to the Football Family this week, to give the lowdown on Roy Keane’s rumoured return to management with Hibernian of Scotland.
'It looked like he might leave...that goal against Leeds seems to have transformed him'
Matt Doherty’s return to form at Tottenham was under discussion on this week’s episode of the Football Family.
'The lads were joking, 'Pick a fight with Conte, it would be great for your profile'
Diarmuid O’Carroll, who took charge of Morecambe at Spurs in the FA Cup on Sunday, was a guest on this week’s Football Family.
All time
'The idea that we just sit in and defend is totally pointless, because Ronaldo is going to get you'
The latest episode of the The Football Family podcast is here ahead of Ireland’s World Cup qualifier tie with Portugal.
'If I'm thinking I’m f*****g Busquets walking around, I’m no use'
Shane Keegan sat down for a hilarious chat with League of Ireland legend Chris Shields in a special episode of The Football Family.
The Football Family on Euro 2020: Are England favourites to beat Germany?
A free clip from the latest Euro 2020 edition of our football podcast.
Goal, Player, Game, Flop and Pundit of Euro 2020 so far - do you agree with our selections?
The Football Family podcast hand out a few awards now that the group stages are finished.
'The only difference now is my reasons for thinking England won't win the Euros have changed'
The Football Family podcast look back on England’s wretched draw with Scotland and the rest of the Euro 2020 action.
'How can I say anything bad about him?': Klopp and Gerrard offer sympathies to Mourinho
Liverpool icons Jurgen Klopp and Steven Gerrard have praised Joe Mourinho in light of his sacking by Manchester United.
The moment James McCarthy's father knew he had something special
Dad John is no stranger to Gaelic football — himself a former All-Ireland winner with Dublin.
What really goes on in the dressing room? Ireland's super-kitman gives us an insight
Dick Redmond talks O’Neill and Keane behind the scenes, and his own ‘passion, hobby and life’.
From unprecedented loss to collective pride: The League of Ireland really is a true 'football family'
‘Like any family, there are lows and highs and if we share in the loss, we also share in the good moments,’ writes John O’Sullivan.
'A special lady' - Tributes paid after passing of Cork City club legend Noelle Feeney
She dedicated the past three decades of her life to the Leesiders.
'He is a good coach but his personality is s***' - the war of words at Man City continues
Manchester City need to instruct Pep Guardiola not to treat Yaya Toure badly because he is part of the club’s “family”, his agent says.
Dundalk release reasonably-priced tickets for Champions League tie at Aviva Stadium
The Lilywhites are calling upon Irish fans to get behind them for next Wednesday’s first leg in Dublin.