2020 European Qualifying Group D: Switzerland v Republic of Ireland (tonight, Stade de Geneve 7.45pm)
NINETY minutes away from the Euros. Only 90 minutes. It seems tantalisingly close, but it still feels a million miles away.
2020 European Qualifying Group D: Georgia 0 Republic of Ireland 0 REPUBLIC of Ireland defender Shane Duffy believes his Brighton team-mate Aaron Connolly has the big-game mentality to start against Group D rivals Switzerland in Geneva tomorrow night.
Danske Bank Premiership: Ballymena United 1 Crusaders 1 CRUSADERS manager Stephen Baxter has denied Saturday’s draw at Ballymena was a case of two points dropped in the Danske Bank Premiership title race.
Danske Bank Premiership (All games today, 3pm) Ballymena United v Crusaders BOTH side had comfortable assignments mid-week in the League Cup, Ballymena hammering Dollingstown 6-0 and Crusaders putting four past Limavady United.
2020 European Qualifying Group D: Georgia v Republic of Ireland: (today, Boris Paichadze National Arena, 2pm Irish time) AFTER breaking his duck in the English Premiership earlier this season, Callum Robinson is determined to get off the mark on the international stage against Georgia today.
2020 European Qualifying Group D: Georgia v Republic of Ireland: (today, Boris Paichadze National Arena, 2pm Irish time) AT this rate, the Republic of Ireland players must be on first name terms with their Georgian counterparts and the ground staff at the Boris Paichadze National Arena in Tbilisi.
2020 European Qualifying Group D: Georgia v Republic of Ireland SCOTT Hogan revealed he was shocked to find himself named in Mick McCarthy’s Euro 2020 Qualifier squad for the upcoming double header against Georgia and Switzerland after a lack of game-time at Stoke City this season.
2020 European Qualifying Group D: Georgia v Republic of Ireland REPUBLIC of Ireland defender Derrick Williams has backed the methods of ousted Aston Villa youth team coaching duo Kevin MacDonald and Tony McAndrews after the pair were accused of bullying players.
FAMILIAR names and faces adorn the press room of the Feyenoord Stadium, among them Ruud Gullit, Leo Beenhakker, Wim Jansen, Ernst Happel, Arie Haan, Wim van Hanegem, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Jaap Stam – and Ronald Koeman.