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James McClean delighted with Ireland performance

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Ireland midfielder James McClean hailed a professional performance from his Ireland team-mates after contributing 2 goals in their 7- 0 rout of Euro 2016 qualifying opponents Gibraltar in Dublin yesterday.

Robbie Keane scored a hat-trick inside 12 first-half minutes - including the opener after just six minutes - to give the home side a decisive lead in the Aviva Stadium and take his individual tally in international football to 65.

Martin O'Neill names 27 man squad to face Gibraltar in Euro 2016 qualifier

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David Forde Millwall
Shay Given Aston Villa
Keiren Westwood Sheffield Wednesday
Rob Elliot Newcastle United

Richard Keogh Derby County
Marc Wilson Stoke City
Seamus Coleman Everton
John O'Shea Sunderland
Alex Pearce Reading
Ciaran Clark Aston Villa
Stephen Ward Burnley

Jeff Hendrick Derby County
Glenn Whelan Stoke City
Darron Gibson Everton
Aiden McGeady Everton
Jon Walters Stoke City
Anthony Pilkington Cardiff City
James McClean Wigan
Robbie Brady Hull City
Stephen Quinn Hull City
David Meyler Hull City
Wes Hoolahan Norwich City

Robbie Keane LA Galaxy
Shane Long Southampton
Daryl Murphy Ipswich Town
Kevin Doyle Crystal Palace
Anthony Stokes Celtic

First training session for new Ireland management team

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The Ireland squad has held its first training session under the new management team of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane, with a large media contingent in attendance.

County Derry born O'Neill was confirmed as successor to Giovanni Trapattoni last week. His assistant organised much of today's session ahead of Friday night's friendly against Latvia at the Aviva Stadium.

Speculation mounts on Martin O'Neill Ireland appointment

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Speculation is mounting that Martin O'Neill could soon be unveiled as the new Ireland manager.

A number of bookmakers have suspended betting on the next Irish boss after a flurry of bets saw O'Neill backed off the market.

It's reported that the FAI recruitment team of Ray Houghton and Ruud Dokter will present their report to the Football Association of Ireland early next week.

Darron Gibson "It's great to be back"

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Darron Gibson is relishing his return to the Ireland set-up & is ready to prove himself to the fans.

"It's great to be back and I'm enjoying the week, but it feels like I'm starting all over again and I have to prove myself once more to the fans," explained Gibson to reporters at the Irish training camp in Malahide.

Noel King announces final 23 man Ireland squad

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Noel King today announced his final 23 man Ireland squad to face Germany and Kazakhstan.

Newcastle's Rob Elliot receives his first senior call up & Paul Mc Shane, Stephen Quinn and Paul Green are on standby.

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Trapattoni's Ireland reign comes to an end

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Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni and assistant Marco Tardelli have had their contracts with the Football Association of Ireland ended by mutual consent.

The Italian duo's departure came after what the FAI described as an "amicable" meeting this morning.

Ireland suffered their second successive defeat in Vienna last night.

Richard Dunne returns as Trapattoni names Ireland squad

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Richard Dunne has been included in the provisional Ireland squad for the crucial World Cup double header with Sweden and Austria next month.

Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni watched yesterday as Dunne helped his new club QPR to a 1-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

Dunne, who enjoyed a solid pre-season, played the full 90 minutes for QPR and showed no sign of the groin problems that caused him to miss all of last season.

Trapattoni names starting 11 for Wales clash.

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Giovanni Trapattoni has named his starting eleven for tomorrow night's friendly international against Wales in Cardiff.

Instead of the Italian's favoured 4-4-2 formation, Trap has opted for 4-5-1 with Shane Long as the lone frontman and Wes Hoolahan playing in a deeper role behind the target man.

spirited Ireland go down to world champions

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Spain defeated Ireland 2-0 in a friendly international at Yankee Stadium New York early this morning.
As expected the reigning World and European champions controlled the majority of possession early in the game but an Ireland team missing six first team regulars, defended well and grew into the game as it progressed.

Trapattoni names eleven to face Spain

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Giovanni Trapattoni has named his starting eleven for tomorrow night's clash with world champions Spain at Yankee Stadium in New York.

Connor Sammon will partner Robbie Keane in attack.

Everton's Seamus Coleman moves into midfield for the New York clash with Paul McShane slotting into the back four alongside Sean St Ledger, Darren O'Dea and Stephen Kelly.

Depleted Ireland fly to New York for Spain clash

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Giovanni Trapattoni's depleted Ireland squad travelled to New York yesterday for a friendly clash with Spain, minus a number of senior players who have been excused for various reasons.

Marc Wilson (operation), Jon Walters (knee), Aiden McGeady (wedding), Wes Hoolahan (foot), Keiren Westwood (shoulder), Richard Dunne (speaking to clubs about his future), John O'Shea (bereavement) and Glenn Whelan (rest) will not make the trip to play Spain on Tuesday night.

Keane Hat-Trick secures World Cup qualifying win

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Ireland captain Robbie Keane celebrated his record breaking 126th international cap with a hat-trick as Ireland defeated the Faroe Islands 3-0 in a Group C World Cup qualifier in Dublin.

The LA Galaxy striker opened the scoring after five minutes following some excellent build-up play by Wes Hoolahan and Aiden McGeady, before adding his second in the 55th minute, getting on the end of a Seamus Coleman cross.

Keane at the double as Ireland defeat Georgia

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Robbie Keane celebrated his record-equalling 125th cap with two goals as Ireland ran out easy 4-0 winners over Georgia.

The game turned in the 20th minute when Georgia had goalkeeper Giorgi Loria sent off for bringing down Shane Long after he was sold short by a backpass, and from there on Ireland had it relatively easy as they prepare for next Friday's World Cup qualifier against the Faroe Islands.

Trapattoni prepared for England challenge

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Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni has challenged his Ireland players to prove they are every bit as good as England's in Wednesday night's friendly international at Wembley.

It will be the first meeting between the two countries since the abandoned game in Dublin in 1995.