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This is a list of all the Ireland or Irish soccer articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

pat bonner concentrating in goal for celtic

Pat Bonner: A One Club Celtic Goalkeeper

There are soccer players around the world whose lone moment will be remembered forever. Even a stellar career can be ruined by an embarrassing own-goal or a costly penalty miss. Luckily for Pat Bonner, he belongs to a more encouraging …

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Looking Through A Soccer Tennis Net

Soccer Tennis: History, Rules, Equipment And How To Play

Soccer Tennis is a sport that is played with a soccer ball and a net. As the name suggests, this sport works as a hybrid of Soccer and Tennis. A soccer tennis game consists of a court divided by a …

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Gary Speed playing for Newcastle United

Gary Speed: The Welsh Cult Hero

If there ever was a death that shook the soccer world, then the untimely death of Welsh player and manager Gary Speed was it. Speed ultimately took his own life, and it was something that no one saw coming. It …

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Irish Football Association: History And Formation

The socio-political complexities of the Irish Question ensured that the development of football in Ireland would follow a different pattern to that in England and indeed other parts of the United Kingdom. Certainly, the political unrest and limited industrialization (and …

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