Liam Brady believes the lack of emerging talent is linked to Kerr’s absence from an active role in Irish football and that he should be brought back into the fold.More
Average golfers have a saying: ‘It’s not how, it’s how many’.More
If I come away from the studios tonight having enjoyed the game in Copenhagen, I will be surprised if our last match in Cardiff has proved to be the template — although a repeat of the same result would certainly be very welcome.More
Liam Brady believes Ireland’s victory fully vindicates the FAI’s decision to agree a contract extension with Martin O’Neill.More
The really brave call by Martin O’Neill would be to put Robbie Brady in at left-back. That's not to be critical of Stephen Ward; it’s just that, in the context of tonight’s all or nothing game, our chances of success would be better served by playing Brady in that position, writes Liam Brady.More
Any honest assessment of Martin O’Neill’s stewardship of the Irish team has to begin with the acknowledgement that he has not been dealt a great hand in terms of the quality of the players at his disposal, writes Liam Brady.
If the Aviva is not to see a repeat of the Dinamo Arena tonight, then the results of lessons which hopefully have been learned against Georgia will need to be urgently applied against Serbia.More
We’ve been far too tentative at the start of a number of games in the campaign so far, and unforgivably sloppy too at times. That has to be avoided in Tbilisi, writes Liam Brady.More