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    Been doing a podcast for a few weeks covering Irish football in the ten years from 2000, in the most recent episode I'm joined by Mark Kennedy of Hawkeye Sidekick and Stockholm based Irish journalist Philip O'Connor to discuss Brian Kerr's reign from January 2003 until October 2005.
    You can listen here: https://player.acast.com/irish-footb...the-wrong-time
    All episodes are here: https://shows.acast.com/irish-football-fans/episodes
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    In the latest of our series on Irish international football in the 2000's. I'm joined by Mark Kennedy of Hawkeye Sidekick and The Bottomless Pit Of Football to discuss the reign of Steve Staunton as Ireland manager
    https://shows.acast.com/irish-footba...the-wrong-time

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    In the latest podcast episode, I'm joined again by Mark Kennedy of Hawkeye Sidekick and Philip Flanagan of The Bottomless Pit Of Football to discuss the appointment of Giovanni Trapattoni as Republic of Ireland manager, and the qualifying campaign for World Cup 2010


    https://shows.acast.com/irish-footba...lian-gentleman
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    Ahead of the return of Premier League action this week, I'm joined by Mark Kennedy and Philip Flanagan to review the season to date and what we can expect from Irish players in England's top tier in the remaining games
    https://shows.acast.com/irish-footba...f-the-football

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    After our review of Irish players in the Premier League last week, I'm joined again by Mark Kennedy of HawkeyeSidekick to review the Championship season, and look ahead to the remaining nine games in England's second tier
    https://shows.acast.com/irish-footba...e-championship
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    Aaron Connolly reaches 30 career appearances, Anthony Pilkington's first goal since November, a disappointing red card trend continues, and more in the round up's return: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...29638205196335
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    Alan McCormack and Michael Harriman promoted with Northampton to League One after beating Exeter 4-0 in the play off final
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    Ward, Collins, and McClean start together for the first time, Cyrus Christie's first goal since September 2018, Josh Cullen's 60th appearance for Charlton, and more in the midweek round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...50120272751638

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    John Egan's first Premier League goal, four Irish substitutes are named by a Premier League team for the first time since October 2015, Paddy Madden's first red card in English football, and more in the weekend round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...38983862674797
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    Kevin Long starts, Robbie Brady and Jimmy Dunne on the bench for Burnley at West Ham; it goes hard to note Driscoll-Glennon in the squad as well without being able to include him in the 'Irish Abroad'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demesne Lad View Post
    Kevin Long starts, Robbie Brady and Jimmy Dunne on the bench for Burnley at West Ham; it goes hard to note Driscoll-Glennon in the squad as well without being able to include him in the 'Irish Abroad'.
    He's from Liverpool, entirely possible he does qualify.
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    Eoin Doyle on the move, from Swindon to Bolton. (BBC Wiltshire)

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