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# unfamiliar territory
When a Liverpool legend lined out for Shelbourne amid the '90s heyday of PL-LOI crossovers
Mick Neville on how Ian Rush ended up playing for the Irish side against Brondby.
# unfamiliar territory
'Al-Qaeda attacked near to where I was living.... Any foreigner was now a legitimate target'
In an extract from his autobiography, former Man United and Everton star Andrei Kanchelskis recalls a brief stint living and playing football in Saudi Arabia.
# unfamiliar territory
'The Irish team were heading for some godforsaken place called Keetmanshoop'
Donal Lenihan recalls when the Irish team travelled to a town in the middle of the desert in southern Namibia
# unfamiliar territory
David Moyes plus 8 other British and Irish managers who have worked abroad
Brian Kerr, Bobby Robson and John Toshack are among those to feature.
# unfamiliar territory
Fighting in Dublin opened my eyes, says UFC star Gunnar Nelson
“People in the past have thought I was an Irishman, and some people probably still do. “