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13th June, 2016
Assistant team manager Roy Keane celebrates a goal in his playing days. Pic: RollingNews.ie

As well as being an opportunity for the tourism industry, more Irish people will holiday at home to join in the celebrations, according to SFA director Patricia Callan.

She called on the public to buy Irish during the tournament, saying “if everyone spent just €20 a week extra on Irish products, the result would be an extra spend of €170 million on Irish made products during Euro 2016. This would have a significant impact for...

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