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10th June, 2018

The Irish football fan, North and South, has long been accustomed to watching a World Cup without his or her own team to cheer on. It is a sorry state of affairs that neither side qualifies for the tournament especially often, though perhaps not inconsistent with what we should expect, given the population of the island.

Moreover, the fact that it’s becoming incredibly rare to see an Irish player play in the Champions League group...

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