Where are the new Roys in green?

With Ireland facing a pair of must-win games in World Cup qualifying, Emmet Ryan looks at how this could be the last bow for the bulk of this generation

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
6th October, 2017
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill at a press conference ahead of the final World Cup qualifiers. Pic: Getty

The best news for Ireland of late in football has been who won't be playing against them on Monday. The news that Gareth Bale would be missing both of the final two qualifiers for Wales was the best news Martin O'Neill and company could have hoped for this weekend. Knowing that the star of the side that stands between the boys in green and second place in the group won't be playing is as good...

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