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  1. Roy Keane's case over alleged road rage incident postponed until next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    Republic of Ireland assitant manager Roy Keane will not appear in court today after his case for an alleged road rage incident was pushed back until April 8. Former Manchester United captain Keane, 43, had been summonsed to go before Trafford Magistrates' Court after police received a report he had behaved aggressively in the incident in January. Keane was on the sideline on Sunday during Ireland's dramatic 1-1 draw with Poland at the Aviva Stadium.

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  2. Eamon Dunphy slams 'terrible flop' and 'wojusly overrated' James McCarthyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    James McCarthy's absence from Ireland's defeat to Scotland has become a source of controversy after Roy Keane inferred that the player was being put under too much pressure by his club. Photo: David Maher / SPORTSFILE RTE soccer pundit Eamon Dunphy has joined fellow analyst Liam Brady in criticising Republic of Ireland midfielder James McCarthy after the 1-1 draw with Poland.

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  3. Republic of Ireland 1-1 Poland: Substitute Shane Long's strike...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Daily Mail

    Welcome home, lads: Suarez and Torres receive emotional, heroes' reception at Anfield as Carragher and Gerrard play host to all-star charity game featuring likes of Balotelli, Henry, Terry and Drogba 'If I ever play in England again, it will be for Liverpool': Suarez reunited with Gerrard as Barcelona star refuses to rule out Kop comeback Super sub Long pounces at the death to keep Ireland's Euro 2016 hopes alive after pulsating draw with Poland I won't go out... I just sit at home miserably: Wenger admits he goes into 'quarantine' when Arsenal lose He's still got it: Watch moment Henry wows Anfield crowd as his audacious pass to Babel splits defence during All-Stars match Torres stunned after fans sing his song as striker returns to Anfield Chelsea prepare A 75m Bale swoop with Blues in pole position to pip Man City to signing thanks to FFP rules Fletcher's worth that Lamborghini after ... (more)

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  4. Dion Fanning: Victory would capture hearts of the publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Independent.ie

    Niall Quinn remembers the days before the good old days. One afternoon, the Irish squad took a stroll around the city as they often did under Jack Charlton.

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  5. Republic of Ireland vs Poland: Irish football eager to reclaim the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | The Independent

    Martin O'Neill's team look to produce tonight and remind the nation's other sporting heroes who's boss Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Wednesday lunchtime, Dublin.

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  6. It is time for Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane to prove their worthRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | Daily Mail

    It is time for Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane to prove their worth as Republic of Ireland face Poland at the Aviva Stadium 18 months ago, Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane were given A 1million and A 600,000-a-year salaries, and asked to qualify for Euro 2016 It is the game which, ultimately, could define the success or otherwise of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane's expensive Republic of Ireland tenure. Installed amid much fanfare 18 months ago, A 1million-per-year O'Neill and his assistant Keane, with a A 600,000 salary, were given a remit of qualification for Euro 2016, a task made easier by the expansion to a 24-team format.

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  7. Martin O'Neill defends James McCarthy after Liam Brady questions his passion for IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | Independent.ie

    James McCarthy's absence from Ireland's defeat to Scotland has become a source of controversy after Roy Keane inferred that the player was being put under too much pressure by his club. Photo: David Maher / SPORTSFILE Martin O'Neill says he has no reason to doubt the commitment of James McCarthy after Liam Brady questioned if the Everton star was passionate about playing for Ireland.

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  8. Roy Keane looks really excited as he accompanies Ireland squad to 'I, Keano'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | Independent.ie

    The Republic of Ireland soccer team saw their assistant manager in a whole new light last night as Roy Keane and the Boys in Green went to the theatre in a break from their Euro 2016 preparations. Ireland face off with Poland tomorrow, but thoughts turned to all things Saipan, Dunphia and long-running feuds as the players and management took in the musical 'I, Keano'.

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  9. Keane tells Ireland to make life uncomfortable for PolesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Football.co.uk

    Roy Keane says the Republic of Ireland need to pull the welcome mat from beneath Poland's feet if they are to take three points from a crucial European Championship qualifier in Dublin on Sunday. Keane, the assistant to manger Martin O'Neill, has called for Irish fans and players to turn the Lansdowne Road stadium into the fortress of old.

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  10. Ex-Liverpool midfielder: Kane not as good as Fowler or Newcastle greatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Business News

    Former Liverpool and Sunderland midfielder Jason McAteer has taken to social networking site Twitter to make his opinion about Harry Kane clear. The former Republic of Ireland international believes that the Tottenham Hotspur striker is a very good player, but he does not rate him as highly as some others do.

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  11. I, Keano takes his Boys in Green to the theatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Independent.ie

    The Republic of Ireland soccer team saw their assistant manager in a whole new light last night as Roy Keane and the Boys in Green went to the theatre in a break from their Euro 2016 preparations. Ireland face off with Poland tomorrow, but thoughts turned to all things Saipan, Dunphia and long-running feuds as the players and management took in the musical 'I, Keano'.

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  12. Republic of Ireland vs Poland: Pressure builds on Martin O'Neill as Irish urged to 'go for it'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Independent

    There has been some dispute over terminology in Dublin this week, with Republic of Ireland winger James McClean describing tomorrow night's qualifier with Poland as "must-win", assistant manager Roy Keane, of all people, stepping back from that, and manager Martin O'Neill, after sounding measured yesterday, coming round to a rallying call. "You can talk until you're blue in the face," O'Neill said towards the end of a long week of daily press briefings.

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  13. Jon Walters: I scrapped with Roy Keane now classical music keeps me ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Daily Mail

    Jon Walters is the kind of footballer who holds up an imaginary substitutes' board when a referee goes down injured, who picks up a matchday programme hurled in his direction and has a flick through. During Stoke's victory at Aston Villa last month, his reaction to referee Roger East's attack of cramp was more comic than concerned.

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  14. Sunderland striker still confident the goals will flowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Northern Echo

    STEVEN FLETCHER insists that his goalscoring drought has not affected him and that he remains firmly focused on helping Sunderland climb away from relegation trouble. The Black Cats are deep in trouble after failing to win any of their last eight matches and were branded the worst team in the Premier League earlier this week by Harry Redknapp.

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  15. Manchester United legend Gary Neville set to be inducted into...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Daily Mail

    Recently named Pundit of the Year, the former Manchester United defender, who won eight Premier League trophies at Old Trafford, is to now be inducted into the English Hall of Fame. Neville, 40, joins fellow former Three Lions full back Stuart Pearce in this year's list of inductees at the National Football Museum in Manchester.

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  16. Quinn: Poland strong across pitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Independent.ie

    Stephen Quinn has warned the Republic of Ireland not to be fooled into believing they only have to shackle lethal striker Robert Lewandowski to get the better of Poland. The Republic entertain the Group D leaders at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday evening looking for a victory which would take them level with the Poles and get their campaign back on track after November's 1-0 defeat in Scotland.

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  17. Stephen Quinn: Republic of Ireland must stop Robert Lewandowski,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Daily Mail

    Stephen Quinn has warned the Republic of Ireland not to be fooled into believing they only have to shackle lethal striker Robert Lewandowski to get the better of Poland. The Republic entertain the Group D leaders at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday evening looking for a victory which would take them level with the Poles and get their campaign back on track after November's 1-0 defeat in Scotland.

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  18. Gibson withdraws from Ireland squadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Goal.com

    Winger James McClean believes he can overcome an ankle injury in time for Ireland's must-win Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland but the Everton midfielder has been ruled out By Jack O'Toole Republic of Ireland midfielder Darron Gibson has been ruled out of the Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Sunday with a groin injury but James McClean is confident of overcoming an ankle problem to feature. McClean sat out training again on Wednesday after complaining of a sore ankle on Monday, but says he should be able to recover to play after X-rays revealed there was no serious damage done.

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  19. Victory is all that matters as Keane stares down PolandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Sunday Herald

    Roy Keane insists the Republic of Ireland will head into Sunday's Euro 2016 showdown with surprise Group D leaders Poland with nothing but victory in mind. Roy Keane insists the Republic of Ireland will head into Sunday's Euro 2016 showdown with surprise Group D leaders Poland with nothing but victory in mind.

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  20. VIDEO: Keane says Ireland won't settle for a drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | RTE.ie

    Roy Keane insists the Republic of Ireland will go into their crucial Euro 2016 qualification game against Poland with the intention of taking all three points. While defeat would be a major blow in Ireland's qualification hopes, a draw may not be the worst result, but the Ireland assistant manager insists Martin O'Neill is sending his charges out to win.

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