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# carling-nations-cup - Monday 9 January, 2012

One-hit wonder: Carling Nations Cup set to be abandoned

IFA President Jim Shaw has said that he does not envisage the home nations tournament happening again.

# carling-nations-cup - Monday 30 May, 2011

The Morning Score: Monday Early Doors This post contains videos

The Morning Score: Monday

Ireland win the Carling Nations Cup, Tipp see off the Rebels, and Luke Donald is on top of the world.

# carling-nations-cup - Sunday 29 May, 2011

Republic of Ireland 1-0 Scotland: As it happened

Robbie Keane’s 49th international goal gave Ireland a 1-0 win over Scotland in this evening’s Carling Nations Cup decider.

# carling-nations-cup - Friday 27 May, 2011

Talking points: the League of Ireland action

The FAI moved the Airtricity League programme to last night because of tonight’s Carling Nations Cup game between Wales and Northern Ireland.

# carling-nations-cup - Wednesday 25 May, 2011

The Morning Score: Wednesday

Trap’s boys rout the North, Cork name a side for their Munster championship opener and Rafa Nadal survives a scare at the French Open.

# carling-nations-cup - Tuesday 24 May, 2011

As it happened: Republic of Ireland v Northern Ireland

We were live from the Aviva Stadium as the Boys in Green showed no mercy with Nigel Worthington’s young side.

Missed calls: Has anyone seen James McCarthy?

Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni says he can’t get through to the Wigan midfielder. What’s going on?

The Morning Score: Tuesday Early Doors This post contains videos

The Morning Score: Tuesday

Jimmy Mc goes missing, another tragedy hits the cycling world, and Maradona claims he wasn’t the only Argentinian footballer on drugs in 1994.

# carling-nations-cup - Monday 23 May, 2011

Cox gets the nod but Dunne out as Trap names side to face North

Giovanni Trapattoni hands an international debut to the West Brom man in Carling Nations Cup clash with Northern Ireland tomorrow night in Dublin.

# carling-nations-cup - Thursday 19 May, 2011

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The Daily Fix: Thursday

All the news of the day you might have missed…

Three for the price of one: FAI offers Nations Cup freebies to fans

Ticket holders offered free admission to Wales’ matches against Northern Ireland and Scotland in Dublin next week.

# carling-nations-cup - Friday 13 May, 2011

Northern Ireland fans’ charity game in Dublin off amid ‘sectarian fears’

Dublin officials, reportedly, advise against supporters having pre-match kick-about.

# carling-nations-cup - Wednesday 11 May, 2011

IFA slam fans’ plans for Aviva boycott

Association defends decision to require fans to travel to Carling Nations Cup on official buses costing £30 per person.

# carling-nations-cup - Tuesday 10 May, 2011

‘God Save the Queen’ set for Aviva Stadium airing

The Irish Football Association denies speculation that the British anthem won’t be played at the all-Ireland Carling Nations Cup clash over security fears.

# carling-nations-cup - Wednesday 4 May, 2011

Ward in, Hoolahan misses out as Trap announces squad

Irish manager picks extended squad for upcoming games against Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

# carling-nations-cup - Tuesday 12 April, 2011

Doyle targets Nations Cup return

Irish striker is likely to miss Wolves’ Premiership run-in, however.

# carling-nations-cup - Wednesday 23 February, 2011

Cash-strapped FAI lower ticket prices

Association announces that tickets will be reduced by up to 25% for the remainder of 2011.

# carling-nations-cup - Sunday 13 February, 2011

James McCarthy still wants to play for Ireland, says father

James McCarthy still wants to play for Ireland, says father

Roberto Martinez weighs in with his two cents again but McCarthy Snr says Jimmy Mc is up for Ireland.

# carling-nations-cup - Thursday 10 February, 2011

Martinez has latest word in Ireland’s James McCarthy saga

Jimmy Mc has been the centre of attention all week. And he wasn’t even in Dublin for the game with Wales.

# carling-nations-cup - Wednesday 9 February, 2011

Talking points: Messi wins the battle of the giants as Scots impress in Dublin Mop-up This post contains videos

Talking points: Messi wins the battle of the giants as Scots impress in Dublin

Here’s everything you need to know after a busy night of international football.

The Back Pages: Wednesday Media This post contains images

The Back Pages: Wednesday

How did this morning’s sports pages spin last night’s victory over Wales and the day’s other major stories?

The Morning Score: Wednesday

Ireland kick off their Nations Cup bid against Wales in Dublin on a busy midweek for international football.

# carling-nations-cup - Tuesday 8 February, 2011

Talking points: Gibson’s magic salvages reputation of Nations Cup Mop-up This post contains videos

Talking points: Gibson’s magic salvages reputation of Nations Cup

It wasn’t vintage football. In fact, at times it was hardly entertaining. We bring you a round-up of the night’s main talking points so that you don’t have to sit through the highlights.

The night in photos: Ireland 3-0 Wales Snap Happy This post contains images

The night in photos: Ireland 3-0 Wales

Missed the game? These photos tell you all you need to know.

International minute-by-minute: Ireland 3-0 Wales

Ireland ran out 3-0 winners with goals from Darron Gibson, Damien Duff and Keith Fahey. We had all of the action from tonight’s Carling Nations Cup opener in our minute-by-minute coverage here.

The Morning Score: Tuesday Early Doors This post contains videos

The Morning Score: Tuesday

We look forward to Ireland versus Wales this evening, keep an eye on Jamie Heaslip’s return from injury, and check in with Ireland’s cricketers in their World Cup warm-up match against Kenya.

# carling-nations-cup - Monday 7 February, 2011

Irish eye: the greening of the Premier League on a good weekend for our boys

It’s was a promising round of Premier League games for Trap’s boys ahead of the Carling Nations Cup kick-off tomorrow night.

The Morning Score: Monday

Lombardi Trophy back with the Pack, Cork come out on top, and Kevin Doyle takes a top award.

# carling-nations-cup - Friday 4 February, 2011

Fahey given shot to impress against Welsh

Knee injury for Keith Treacy sees the Dubliner given shot at redemption after poor performance in November friendly.

# carling-nations-cup - Wednesday 2 February, 2011

Steady as she goes: Ireland unchanged as FIFA release latest world rankings

Trapattoni’s men remain in 35th spot as Spain come out on top of the pile once again.