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#In his pomp

# in-his-pomp - Monday 2 March, 2020

From The42 Tonight's clash with Arsenal offers Curtis an ideal chance to stake Euro 2020 play-off claim In His Pomp

Tonight's clash with Arsenal offers Curtis an ideal chance to stake Euro 2020 play-off claim

The Ireland winger will be looking to impress Mick McCarthy.

# in-his-pomp - Thursday 9 January, 2020

From The42 Ronan Curtis lands second League One Player of the Month award in a row In His Pomp

Ronan Curtis lands second League One Player of the Month award in a row

The Ireland international scored in four consecutive games for Portsmouth in December.

# in-his-pomp - Wednesday 27 November, 2019

From The42 Ireland international Ronan Curtis scored this goal after just 33 seconds last night In His Pomp This post contains videos

Ireland international Ronan Curtis scored this goal after just 33 seconds last night

It came as the Portsmouth striker’s seventh of the season.

# in-his-pomp - Friday 11 October, 2019

From The42 Curtis to return for Portsmouth tomorrow after being ruled out of Ireland squad In His Pomp

Curtis to return for Portsmouth tomorrow after being ruled out of Ireland squad

The attacker was replaced in the set-up by Aaron Connolly.

# in-his-pomp - Wednesday 28 November, 2018

From The42 'Hopefully the new manager will see my potential' - Curtis continues fine form In His Pomp

'Hopefully the new manager will see my potential' - Curtis continues fine form

The Ireland attacker provided a goal and an assist as Portsmouth stayed four points clear of Sunderland.