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# top talent

Last year
'One of the most exciting young talents in the game' - Man City sign Australian star Fowler
The 19-year-old striker arrives from Montpellier.
All time
Ireland U21 captain Molumby thriving alongside Dubliner Williams in the Championship
The Waterford native is currently on a season-long loan at Millwall from Brighton.
'For us, the case is closed' - Sancho dropped by Dortmund for disciplinary reasons
The German club insist they do not have plans to sell the England teenager in the next window, however.
'I thought someone was on a wind-up' - Connolly's whirlwind week with Brighton and Ireland
The Galway teenager scored his first two Premier League goals last Saturday, and now is in line to make his senior international debut.
15 new signings that we're excited to watch in the League of Ireland this season
This Friday’s SSE Airtricity League openers can’t come soon enough.
Liverpool defender Alexander-Arnold makes shortlist for best young footballer in the world prize
Having scooped the Gold Boy award in 2017, PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe is favourite to win it back-to-back.
Another Graham Burke wonder-strike sets Rovers on their way to stunning win over champions Cork
The Hoops enjoyed a 3-0 win against John Caulfield’s side tonight.
'Patrick has to work harder than other players at his fitness. He wasn’t born a natural athlete'
Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny is hoping his star man can put a run of games together for the business end of the season.
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One of the League of Ireland's finest footballers is in talks with an English club
St Patrick’s Athletic star Chris Forrester is negotiating personal terms with Peterborough United after the clubs agreed an undisclosed fee.
Leinster's Jack McGrath reveals he was close to joining another province
The loose-head is a mainstay in Matt O’Connor’s team but often found his way blocked by Cian Healy and Heinke van der Merwe.